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Russian version ISSN: 2686-6706 (Print) ISSN: 2686-6714 (Online) Subscription index: 65055
'Science Management and Scientometrics' Journal
Dear authors and readers!
Starting from the issue 2, 2019 the name of the scientific journal
has been changed.
The new name of the journal is "Science Governance and Scientometrics".
The journal continues to be indexed in all declared databases.

Requirements for Article Formatting

1. Articles, including illustrations and tables, should be submitted electronically (Microsoft Word, single spacing, Times New Roman font, size 12 (size 10 for illustrations and tables), justified alignment, 1.25 cm paragraph indentation; page margins: top – 2 cm, bottom – 2 cm, left – 2 cm, right – 2 cm).

2. Article length: not less than 20 and not more than 40 thousand characters with spaces (excluding the abstract, keywords and references).

3. The UDC code should be indicated at the beginning of the article (in the upper left corner), the title of the article after a line break (in bold, uppercase letters, center alignment); the initials and surname of the author after a line break (in bold, lowercase letters with a capital first, right alignment); brief information about the author after a line break: place of employment (full official name of the organization), city, country, contact email (italic font, right alignment). If the article is written by a group of authors, the initials and surname of the next author and brief information about them are included after a line break. In addition, it needs to be specified which author is the contact person on publication issues regarding the article.

4. The abstract of the article is written after a line break.

An abstract is a summary of the article, i.e. a synopsis. The structure of the abstract should correspond to the structure of the scientific article and include the following main sections:

  • subject, topic, aim of the study;
  • methods or methodology of the study;
  • results of the study;
  • area of application of the study’s results;
  • conclusions.

Abstract length: 200-250 words.

It is recommended to use the titles of the listed main sections, as well as the phrases presented in Appendix 3 in the text of the abstract.

The abstract’s heading is written with a paragraph indentation on the left, in bold. The text of the abstract is written on a new line with justified alignment.

5. Keywords are put after a line break, with no more than 10-15 words or set expressions. The keywords heading is written with a paragraph indentation on the left, in bold. Keywords are written on the next line separated by a comma, no full stop after the last word.

6. The title of the article, author/authors, information about the author/authors, the abstract and keywords are written IN ENGLISH after a line break. The formatting rules are the same as for the Russian version (Appendix 1, Appendix 2).

7. The text of the article is written after a line break. It is recommended to keep the following structure of the article (the title of each section is written in italics, with the first letter capitalized, justified alignment):

  • introduction (the subject, aim and objectives of the study should be covered);
  • methods or methodology of the study (including the data that the study was based on);
  • the main section (should include the results of the study, and state the field of application of the results);
  • conclusion (should elaborate on the degree to which the aim was achieved, and provide suggestions and recommendations).

When using abbreviations in the text, it is necessary to explain what they stand for. For example, "federal executive bodies (FEB)."

Bibliographic reference numbers are provided in square brackets in the order of reference, with the page number specified in the event of direct citation. It is prohibited to use unpublished materials as references. It is also unacceptable to include sources not referred to in the bibliographic list of references.

8. If necessary, the Acknowledgement is written after a line break in Russian and English.

This section specifies the sources of funding for the study (grant, state assignment, state contract, etc. with mandatory indication of the numbers of agreements, contracts, etc.), and expresses gratitude to colleagues who were not co-authors of the article, but participated in the discussion of the article's materials or in any other way supported its writing; reviewers of the article.

The Acknowledgement heading is written with a paragraph indentation on the left, in bold.

9. References are written after a line break. The References heading is written in bold lowercase letters with the first letter capitalized, aligned to the center. References should be formatted in accordance with GOST R 7.0.5-2008 (Appendix 4).

10. References in English follow after a line break. The References heading is written in bold lowercase letters with the first letter capitalized, aligned to the center. References in English should be formatted in accordance with the Rules for Formatting References in English (Appendix 4).

11. If desired, the information about the author in Russian and English (Author Information) is written after a line break. The Author Information heading is written with a paragraph indentation on the left, in bold. Information about the author is provided after a line break: full name, academic degree, academic title, position, sphere of scientific interests. If the article is written by a group of authors, the information about the next author is provided after a line break. Information about each author should contain no more than 250 characters.

12. Figures and tables in the text of the article should have the following headings:

  • tables – at the top, center alignment (bold font, size 10, the word Table is written in full, followed by the number of the table, full stop, then the name of the table);
  • figures – at the bottom, center alignment (bold font, size 10, the word Figure is written in full, followed by the number of the figure, full stop, then the name of the figure).

Each table and figure should have a reference in the text. The font size in figures and tables is at least 10. It is prohibited to use fill; the color of the outlines is black (Appendex 5).

13. All illustrations presented in the article (tables, figures, diagrams, drawings) are submitted additionally as separate files. Illustrations are presented in two versions: color (for the website) and black and white (for printing). The black and white version should have no more than four shades of gray, in addition to that, hatching of different directions and shapes of the stroke can be used.

File formats and requirements:

  • tables: DOC/DOCX (Microsoft Word);
  • charts and graphs: XLS/XLSX (Microsoft Excel). Source data is provided in the same file;
  • figures, diagrams, drawings: DOC/DOCX (Microsoft Word), PPT/PPTX (Microsoft PowerPoint).

Scanned images are not accepted.

 

Sample Article Formatting (Appendix 1

The UDC code

 

LEGAL REGULATION OF INNOVATIVE ACTIVITY IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION

 

I. I. Ivanov

 

Russian Research Institute of Economics
Politics and Law in Science and Technology (RIEPL),
Moscow, the Russian Federation, ivanov@mail.ru

 

Abstract

 

Keywords

 

Text

 

Acknowledgements

 

References

 

Author Information

Ivanov Ivan Ivanovich (Ivanov I.I.), Candidate of Sciences (PhD) in Economics, currently holds the position of Senior Lecturer at Lomonosov Moscow State University and gives a course of lectures on foreign economic relations. His scientific interest is focused on macroeconomics and international economic affairs. He is the author of the monographs Economy and International Relations and The Global Economy Today.

 

Sample of Formatting a Co-authored Article (Appendix 2)

The UDC code

 

LEGAL REGULATION OF INNOVATIVE ACTIVITY IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION

 

I. I. Ivanov

 

Russian Research Institute
of Economics, Politics and Law
in Science and Technology (RIEPL),
Moscow, the Russian Federation, ivanov@mail.ru

 

S. L. Smirnov

 

Institute of Legislation and Comparative Law
under the Government of the Russian Federation,
Moscow, the Russian Federation, smirnov@mail.ru

 

Abstract

 

Keywords

 

Text

 

Acknowledgements

 

References

Author Information

 

Recommended Phrases for Use in the Abstract (Appendix 3)

This article examines the problem...

This article attempts to identify the main causes of...

The article touches on the topic...

The article is about...

The article focuses on a comprehensive study...

The article focuses on the current problem...

The aim of the article is to analyze...

The article elaborates on the problems...

The article elaborates on the processes...

The article examines the characteristic features...

The article considers the key stages...

The study’s objective was to try and evaluate...

The article analyzes...

The article describes the views on...

The article substantiates the idea of...

The article pays considerable attention...

The study primarily consists of an analysis...

The article defines the concept...

This article analyzes the views of the researchers...

The author traces the formation of...

The author seeks to trace the process of...

The article generalizes practical experience...

The article substantiates the idea...

The article follows...

The article presents a comparison...

Particular attention is paid to...

The article analyzes the concepts...

The article presents an analysis of scientific research...

...is used as key evidence of...

The author focuses on...

It identifies and describes the characteristic features of...

Based on the studies of ... it has been establishe...

The author arrives at the conclusion...

After analyzing..., as well as engaging..., it is established...

This issue has not been studied extensively and requires further research...

The article summarizes new material on the subject...

The author suggests...

The author gives a general characterization...

This view will be of interest to specialists in the field of...

The article summarizes the results of studies...

The issue of... remains a discussion point

 

Rules for Formatting the List of References (Appendix 4)

Formatting of References in English in scientific articles for the Science. Innovation. Education Journal is based on the Harvard standard. This standard requires a certain order for bibliographic information.

N Source type An example of a reference in English according to the Harvard standard
1 Book (monograph) (1 author) SUNGUROV, A.Y. (2015) How political innovations arise: «Think Tanks» and mediating institutions. Moscow: Political Encyclopedia Publishers. 383 p. (In Russian).
2 Book (monograph) (2 or 3 authors) VOLKOV, M.V., SIDOROV, A.V. (2015) The modern economy. Saint Petersburg: Piter Publishing House. 155 p. (In Russian).
3 Book (4 authors or more) BOGOYAVLENSKIY, S.B. et al. (2003) The insurance. Moscow. The Economist. 874 p. (In Russian).
4 The book is edited by YADOV, V.A. (ed.) (2005) Social transformations in Russia: theories, practices, comparative analysis. Moscow. Flinta. (In Russian).
5 Chapter from a book PISLYAKOV, V.V. (2014) Bibliometric indicators in the Thomson Reuters information resources. Guide to scientometrics: science and technology indicators. Yekaterinburg: Ural University Press. P. 75-109. (In Russian).
6 Online resource STEPANOV, V. (2002-2006) The Internet in professional information activities. Available from: http://textbook.vadimstepanov.ru [Accessed: 18th February 2012]. (In Russian).
7 Article in a printed journal (1 author) BALATSKY, E. V. (2017) The institution of efficient contract in science: problems and solutions. Science. Innovations. Education. No. 3 (25). P. 35–60. (In Russian).
8 Article in a printed journal (2 or 3 authors) GLAZYEV, S.Y., CHUSHKIN, V.I., TKACHUK, S.P. (2013) The EU and EurAsEc: similarities and differences between integration models. Russian economic journal. No. 3. P. 73-79. (In Russian).
9 Article in a printed journal (4 authors and more) GOLIKOV, S.D. et al. (2014) Budget and legal operations status on receipting state confiscated property. Economy and society. No. 12. P. 511-514. (In Russian).
10 Article in an online journal (*) KIRSANOV, K.A. (2011) Biological, social and intellectual abilities of an individual in different educational paradigms. Science of science. No. 1. Available from: http://naukovedenie.ru/sbornik6/4.pdf/ [Accessed: 12th August 2012]. (In Russian).
11 Using a foreign reference in an article LEWIN, K. (1951) Field Theory in Social Science: Selected theoretical papers. New York: Harper & Brothers.
12 Regulatory document RUSSIA. THE GOVERNMENT OF MOSCOW. (2004) Moscow Government Resolution No.35-PP of 27.01.2004 On the Unified State Exam. Education in documents. 3. P. 5-6. (In Russian).
    RUSSIA. PRESIDENT OF RUSSIA. (2008) Presidential Decree No. 1144 of 30.07.2008 On the President’s Prize in science and innovation for young scientists. ConsultantPlus legal reference system. (In Russian).
    RUSSIA. GOVERNMENT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION. (2016) Decree No.15 of 20.01.2016 On the procedure for granting subsidies from the federal budget to subjects of the Federation to build the infrastructure of industrial parks and technoparks. Available from: http://government.ru/docs/21509/ [Accessed: 16th February 2016]. (In Russian).

[*] If the reference is provided for material available only in databases and by subscription, then it is enough to refer to the main page of the database. Otherwise, specify the full address.

 

The general order of bibliographic information:

  1. The surname and initials of the authors are provided in capital letters. The last name is followed by a comma.
  2. The initials are followed by the date in parentheses.
  3. The title of the book, the title of the chapter from a book, the title of the article published in a journal or on a website, the title of the regulatory document (TRANSLATED, not transliterated). The title of the book, the article published on a website, and the regulatory document should be italicized; the title of the chapter from a book, the article published in a journal is written without italicization.
  4. The title of the journal (when formatting an article from a journal), the title of the book (when formatting a chapter from a book), or the title of the website (when formatting an article, a news item or regulatory document published on a website) (TRANSLATED, not transliterated). The title of the journal or book is italicized, the name of the website is provided without italicization.
  5. City (when formatting references to books).
  6. Publishing house (when formatting references to books).
  7. Pages (when formatting references to articles; in the event of direct text citation, the page number in the source is given directly in the text of the article in square brackets after the source number, for example: [20, p. 185]).
  8. If the source is in Russian, a note is added: (In Russian).

All entries are separated by a full stop (exception: City: Publishing House).

 

Examples of Formatting Tables and Figures (Appendix 5)

Table 1. Table name

Header Header Header Header
Data Data Data Data
Data Data Data Data

 

Figure 1. Figure name