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Author Guidelines

  1. The Journal is published in Russian and in English. Articles can be written in either of these languages. Providing identical articles in both languages is a plus.

  2. The article sent to the editorial office must be limited to a maximum of 40 thousand printed characters (including spaces), a note, written speech, critic bibliographic work - to 12 thousand characters.

  3. Under the name of the article, authors' surnames and initials are printed together with the names of institutions and cities where they work. After that summary of no more than 600 characters in Russian and English is placed, key words (5-8 words and word expressions) and JEL Classification codes follow.

  4. The following information is placed in the note to the name of the article: "Contact information: author's surname and initials or in the event that there are several authors - surname and initials of the contact person, postal code and/or e-mail address".

  5. The Journal of the New Economic Association goes from September 1, 2016 the new system of articles' submission: all papers are accepted only in electronic form (see "Registration of Articles"). Text of the article should be saved in doc format and written in Times New Roman font, size 12. Tex format is also acceptable; in this case a pdf version of the file should also be provided in two variants - with and without surnames of the authors and reference to them (it is necessary for the purposes of sending the article to a reviewer). Pages should be numbered.

  6. Sections of the article should be numbered. Two-level numeration is acceptable.

  7. Formula numbers should be placed to the right in parentheses. If formulas are numerous independent numeration for each section is recommended.

  8. Each picture is accompanied by the number and the name placed above (e.g. Image 1). If needed notes under the pictures are possible.

  9. Each table is accompanied by the number and the name placed above (e.g. Table 1). Information on data source is placed under the table.

  10. If there are references to some literature, authors' surnames and year of publication (in parentheses) are provided in the text; it is also possible to state page numbers and sections, e.g. Ivanov (1999), p.72, 75 or Sidorov, Petrov (2003), Chapter 3.

  11. Reference index is provided at the end of the article as a list without numeration. It should be arranged in alphabetical order, Russian names come first, names in foreign language follow. Bibliographic information in reference index is provided according to the following schemes.

Book:

Author's surname and initials (year of publication). Name. Volume. Part. Place of publication: name of the publishing house.

Examples:

Нефедова Т.Г. (2003). Сельская Россия на перепутье: географические очерки. М.: Новое издательство.

Pattanaik, P. (1978). Strategy and group choice. Amsterdam: North-Holland.

Article:

Author's surname and initials (year of publication). Name of the article // Name of the magazine. Volume, issue, number of the first page-number of the last page.

Examples:

Калягин В.А., Чистяков В.В. (2008). Модель агрегирования с произвольным набором оценок // Доклады Академии Наук, т. 421, № 5,  607-610.

Gibbard, A. (1973). Manipulation of voting schemes // Econometrica 41, 587-601.

Calvo, G., and Reinhart, C. (2002). Fear of Floating // The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 117(2), 379-408.

 

12. Received articles that meet these demands are registered and sent to double anonymous review: authors and reviewers are unaware of each others' names. Relying on the reviews editorial board decide if the article should be accepted, refused or improved. The decision with explanations is sent to the authors. By the decision of the editorial board review texts or extracts from the reviews may be sent to the authors.

13. Editorial board shall have the right to refuse to consider an article that does not meet the above mentioned demands.

14. Editorial board does not hold any obligations regarding review of all incoming materials and shall not debate with the authors of the refused materials.

Information on the Journal can be found at http://journal.econorus.org/

 

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