Authors Guidelines

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The article’s size is 12000 to 40000 characters (including spaces). The font is Times New Roman, the font size is 12 (in tables and figures – 11). The line spacing is 1.0, the indention is 1.0 cm, the margins are 2 cm from each side.


UDC code.
Article title.
Author’s full name.
Abstract (author’s summary).
The recommended size of the abstract is 200 to 300 words. The abstract is a concise summary of the paper. The abstract should state briefly the purpose of the research, the principal results and major conclusions. It is a quick overview of the entire paper and giving a gist of it. Citations should be avoided.
Keywords for the article should express the main content of the article, to coincide with basic terms of the study, to determine (indicate) the domain of knowledge, the subject area and the theme of the study. The number of keywords is from 5 to 15.
Text of the article (logical structure: introduction, methodology, main part, conclusions).
Bibliographic References (List of cited literature sources in Russian). The references should contain from 3 to 20 sources, including at least 2 academic foreign sources published in the last 5 years, indexed, as a rule, in the WoS and Scopus databases. It is recommended to include a source previously published in the online scientific journal BENEFICIUM (formerly called Bulletin of the Institute of Economics and Management, NovSU). Each source from the references should be cited at least once in the text; all sources are referenced within the text in square brackets: [Ivanov, 2018; 125]. Any mentioning of the names of scientists and researchers in the text of the article should be accompanied by references to their works. All references to electronic resources necessarily indicate the reference to the web page from which the text is borrowed, and the access date. The use of reference-encyclopedic and educational-methodical literature as sources (provided with the stamp of the Federal Educational and Methodological Association, etc.) should account for no more than 25% of the total number of sources. The reference list is compiled in accordance with the accepted standard (GOST R 7.0.5-2008 “Bibliographic reference”) and placed at the end of the article. Sources should be listed in alphabetical order.
References (list of cited literature sources in transliteration with English translation).
The numbering of sources should correspond to the numbering in the author’s manuscript in the Russian language. When translating the English version of the article’s title, abstract and keywords, as well as the list of references, it is necessary to use the services of academic specialists competent in this field of knowledge. The use of automatic translators is not allowed.



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