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Instructions to authors

The maximum length of scientific articles including references, notes and abstract is 10,000, and the minimum length is 6,000 words, the maximum length of Opinion-debate articles is 6500. words.

Articles must be accompanied by an abstract of no more than 200 words.

Articles must be accompanied by keywords (up to 6) and JEL classification (up to 4). The JEL classification can be found at

The main document has to be anonymous and should contain title, abstract, keywords, JEL classification and the main body of the document - strictly avoiding self-references. Please, prepare your manuscript text using a Word processing package (save and submit in .doc or .rtf format). Files must not be supplied in PDF format. Manuscripts should be one spaced, including text in tables, legends and references.

The author’s name, institutional affiliation, and full contact details (postal, phone, and e-mail), acknowledgements and a word count should be supplied on the title page which has to be attached as a separate file.

Authors should pay particular attention to the accuracy and correct presentation of citations and references in the text as well as in the reference list at the end of the manuscript. Please use the publication sheet available here.

For PhD presentation, see Publication sheet.

Language editing:
Particularly if English is not your first language, before submitting your manuscript you must have it edited for language. This is not a mandatory step at the submission stage, but may help to ensure that the academic content of your paper is fully understood by journal editors and reviewers. Moreover it becomes mandatory after acceptance for publication.