Author Guidelines

1. SUBMISSION OF ARTICLE TO THE EDITOR

1.1 Form of submission

All articles are accepted on-line on the website of the journal “Economics: Strategy and Practice” _________________ through the personal account of the author.

In one issue of the journal the author can publish no more than one article, including co-authorship.

The author is notified of the results of the review of the article by e-mail, as well as in the author’s personal account.

1.2 Documents

The author should prepare three types of documents: a) the title of the article with indication of personal data, c) the main text of the article, c) an annex with tables and figures.

The title. The title of the article is created in a separate file and contains the article title, information about the authors. The name of the file should include the following information – the filing date (year_month_day), the abbreviation of the journal name (JESP), the short heading of the article.

example: 2018_11_30_JESP_article heading_title

The main text of the article. All file information should be removed from the file properties. The name of the file should include the following information – the filing date (year_month_day), the abbreviation of the journal name (JESP), the short title of the article.

Example: 2018_11_30_JESP_Article heading

Annex. The annex includes figures, tables in formats that allow their editing (xls, cdr). If a manuscript has more than one appendix, they must be indicated by letters of the Latin alphabet – A, B, etc.

Example: 2018_11_30_JESP_Article heading_Annex А

Example: 2018_11_30_JESP_Article heading_Annex В

1.3 Recommendations for submitting a manuscript:

It is necessary that the author’s surname and name in English correspond to the wording in articles previously published in journals indexed in Scopus and Web of Science, in Russian – in journals indexed in RSCI (Russian Science Citation Index). To account for publications in foreign databases, authors are encouraged to obtain unique identification numbers (ORCID and ResearcherID) by registering on the websites http://orcid.org/ and http://www.researcherid.com/.

2. PUBLICATION ETHICS

The journal is guided by the principles and rules of the Committee on the Ethics of Publication (COPE) and takes all possible measures against any abuse.

When submitting an article to the journal, the authors indicate that:

– the works are independent contribution of the authors and do not represent plagiarism of other works;

– the submitted work has not been published previously;

– the article is not considered for publication in another edition;

– the article will not be published anywhere, including in electronic form in the same form, in any other language without the written consent of the publishing house of the journal Economics: Strategy and Practice.

– the publication is approved by all authors and organizations in which this work was performed;

– The authors do not have potential conflicts of interest with organizations in which the work was performed.

Any violations of the above rules should be reported directly to the chief editor.

In order to comply with the ethics of publications, the editors reserve the right to check the work for uniqueness and the absence of plagiarism.

3. COPYRIGHT

The author reserves the right to use the article after publication, including:

– publication of the final version of the manuscript on the personal web pages of the author or in institutional repositories;

– use of the article in scientific and teaching activities, provided that the journal is recognized as the source of publication.

The magazine interacts with the authors under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0) license.

In accordance with this license, the authors transfer the exclusive copyright to the journal’s publisher at no cost for any non-commercial purposes. Articles can be copied, distributed and reused, if the user provides a link to the author and his work. The transfer of exclusive copyright implies the transfer of the right to reproduce, publish, distribute and archive the article and its materials in any form, including reprint, translation, photocopying, electronic form (online and offline) or any other form and begins when the article is accepted for publication.

4. PREPARING manuscript

4.1 Manuscript Size

The volume of articles – 5000 – 7000 words, including the content of figures and tables.

The text of the article should be typed in MS Word text editor (not older than version 2003, with the extension doc or docx) using Times New Roman font, 12 sizes in one space. The indention is 1 cm. The margin of the document is 20 mm.

4.2 Title Page

The article heading in three languages. The heading should be concise and informative. Avoid abbreviations.

Information about the authors: surname, name, patronymic (in Kazakh, Russian, English), academic degree and title, full name and address of the organization – place of work (including index), position, contact phone, email address, ORCID and ResearcherID

Source of research funding. Point out the sources of funding for the study on the basis of which this article was prepared: “This study was supported … (for example, by the Foundation of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, grant (grant number) of the MES of the Republic of Kazakhstan).

Thanks. List those who provided assistance during the study (for example, in data processing, translation, editing, improving the presentation, etc.).

4.3 Main text of the article

The main text of the article is drawn up according to the following structure: “Abstract”, “Keywords”, “Classification Codes”, “Introduction”, “Literary Review”, “Methodology”, “Results and Discussion”, “Conclusions”. If necessary, additional special names of sections are allowed, as well as subsections (with continuous numbering).

4.3.1 The heading of the article in three languages. The heading should be concise and informative. Names are used in information retrieval systems. Avoid abbreviations.

4.3.2 Abstract of the article in three languages ​​(in Kazakh – Түйін, Russian – Аннотация, English – Abstract), containing information about the purpose, methods, results and conclusions of the study. Volume 190 – 200 words.

4.3.3 Keywords in three languages ​​- minimum 5 and maximum 10 keywords. Keywords should be as specific as possible and reflect the specificity of the article. Only abbreviations common in the industry are allowed. Non-standard abbreviations indicate in a footnote on the first page of the article. Avoid multiple terms (for example, with unions), abbreviations. When forming keywords, you should avoid words with an abstract meaning, or terms that can be used in other scientific disciplines.

4.4.4 List of headings .

Specify list of headings. MRNTI code (Interstate Standard, GOST 7.77-98). Learn more at http://www.nauka.kz/page.php?page_id=787&lang=1  or http://nauka.kz/upload/files/43._GOST_7.77-98.pdf Classification codes of economic literature (JEL Classification Code). Read more at https://www.aeaweb.org/jel/guide/jel.php

4.4.5 Introduction. Indicate the purpose of the work, its relevance based on previous scientific research, but avoiding a detailed review of the literature.

4.4.6 Literary review. Describe the theoretical basis and provide a detailed literary review of previous studies or a summary of them.

4.4.7 Methodology. Describe the data sources and research methodology to enable reproduction by other researchers.

4.4.8 Results and discussion. The results should be clear and concise. Provide sufficient detail to show the significance of the results. When discussing the results, rely on comparison with other scientific studies (their results, methodologies, limitations and advantages).

4.4.9. Conclusion According to the results of the previous sections, it is necessary to make a conclusion, reflect the main conclusions, the scope and scope of application of the results (implications) and limitations (limitations) of the study.

4.4.10 List of sources. The list should include at least 20 sources, including at least 50% of the sources indexed in Scopus and the Web of Science. Internet sources should be no more than 10% of the list. Self-citations – no more than 15%.

5. Formatting TABLES, FORMULAS, LIST OF SOURCES

5.1 Figures, graphs, charts

Schemes, graphs, diagrams, figures should be made in black and white format using:

– Means of text editor MS Word;

– MS Excel application tools;

– vector graphics programs (AdobeIllustrator, CorelDraw) (not a bitmap image).

Figures should be submitted in a format that can be edited.

The font size of the pictures is at least 10. All graphic materials in the text are referred to – (Figure 1). 

Graphic material is found after its first mention in the text.

Under the picture there is a “Note” indicating the data sources and other necessary information or explanations.

The name of the picture is placed after the Notes, centered. The point after the name of the picture is not put. Used through numbering of figures in the text of the article.

Example: Figure 1 – Picture title

5.2 Tables

Tables are created using the tools in the “Table” menu of MS Word. The table does not allow the use of font sizes less than 10. All tables in the text should contain references – (Table 1). Numbering tables pass-through.

The name of the table is left-alignment without paragraph indent.

Under each table, a note is necessarily placed with reference to data sources.

Sample: Table 1 – Table Name

5.3 Formulas

Formulas are typed in MachType or using Microsoft Equation and must be performed in the same style throughout the article. The text should contain references to formulas – (1). Formulas should be numbered right.

Sample: (x + a) ^ n = ∑_ (k = 0) ^ n▒ ▒ (n¦k) x ^ ka ^ (n-k)〗 (1)

Minimize the use of texts, but explain all the symbols and abbreviations used. 

5.4 The list of sources used is made in two languages;

–  in Russian

All sources of references in Russian, including foreign sources, are issued in accordance with GOST R 7.0.5–2008.

Thus, according to this standard, the sources are numbered in the order mentioned in the text. Make sure that every link in the text is also in the list of links (and vice versa). The number of the source used in the list is in square brackets, followed by a comma after the comma number of the pages. If there are several reference objects, they are combined into one comprehensive link. In this case, reference objects are separated by a semicolon. The names of foreign authors, if they are mentioned in the text of the article, should be transliterated into Russian.

Examples of a link to the source in the text: [10]; [10, p. 503-505]; [2, 18, 25]; [2, p. 35; 14, p. eight; 26, p. 4 – 13]. Unpublished sources are not included in the list of references, except for preprints published on specialized platforms (RePEC, Preprints, ResearchGate, Social Science Research Network). 

Examples

1. Mono publication with two authors

Альжанова Ф.Г., Днишев Ф.М. Креативная экономика: синергия культуры, бизнеса и технологий (мировая практика и Казахстан). – Вена, Австрия: Ассоциация перспективных исследований и высшего образования «Восток-Запад», 2015. – 276 с.

Mono publication with more than three authors

Стратегии внутрирегионального экономического взаимодействия стран Центральной Азии в условиях глобальных вызовов / К.А. Туркеева, Г.А. Бодаубаева, Н.У. Багаева и др. – Вена, Австрия: Ассоциация перспективных исследований и высшего образования «Восток-Запад», 2015. – 216 с.

Краткий экономический словарь / А. Н. Азрилиян и др. 2-е изд., перераб. и доп. – М.: Ин-т новой экономики, 2002. – 1087 с.

  1. Article in the collection

Кошанов А.К. Вехи развития науки в Институте экономики и ряд задач на новом этапе // Материалы международной научно-практической конференции, посвященной 65-летию Института экономики КН МОН РК (10 ноября 2017 г.). – Алматы: Институт экономики КН МОН РК, 2018. – 524 с. – С. 31-38

  1. Article in the journal

Бримбетова Н.Ж. Региональная политика нового качества и факторы локализации наукоемких производств // Экономика: стратегия и практика. – 2018. – №3(47). – С. 77-87

5 Features of compiling links to electronic resources

Links to Internet sites, Internet sources (does not apply to author’s articles, monographs, etc., posted on the Internet), regulatory documents (laws, decrees, acts, etc.), statistical compilations, newspaper publications are located in the text footnotes and in the list of sources are not listed. For all Internet sources, including footnotes, you must specify the date of treatment. For electronic sources that have doi (digital object identifier), it is necessary to bring it at the end of the bibliographic record.

Examples

Егоров О.И. В Казахстане будет производиться дизтопливо нового класса – К4 и К5 // Курсив 2018 [Электронный ресурс]. URL: https://kursiv.kz/sites/default/files/fresp516247018.pdf (дата обращения: 18.02.2018). 

на английском языке (следует после списка источников на русском языке)

Оформляется согласно стандарту American Psychological Association (APA). Русскоязычные источники транслитерируются с помощью https://translit.net/

  1. Article in the journal:

Dnishev F. M., Alzhanova F. G., Alibekova G. Zh. (2015). Innovative development of Kazakhstan on the basis of Triple Helix and cluster approach. Economy of Region, 2, 160-171. doi 10.17059/2015-2-13

  1. Books:

Nurlanova N.K. (2010). Regional paradigm of sustainable development of Kazakhstan: problems of theory and practice. Almaty: Institute of Economics CS MES RK, 328

  1. Chapters of the books:

Satybaldin A.A. (2016). The real sector of the economy of Kazakhstan: industrial and technical changes. In Yegorov O.I. (Ed.), The current state of the economy sectoral production potential (p. 59-104). Almaty: IE CS MES RK

  1. Electronic sources (интернетпубликации):

Kireyeva A. (2018). Assessment and identification of the possibility for creating it clusters in Kazakhstan regions. Economy of Region, 2. [Electronic source] URL: http://www.economyofregion.com/archive/2018/69/3039/pdf/ (Date of access: 13.11.2018) 

6. REVIEW POLICY

Manuscripts that do not meet the specified requirements are not reviewed by the editors and are not returned. If the article is rejected, the editors reserve the right not to lead a discussion on the reasons for rejection.

Accepted for review articles are “double-blind” review, scientific and literary editing.

After reviewing, the article is sent to the author for revision and coordination.

The finalized manuscript must be submitted to the editor within 1 month.

The final version of the article is endorsed by the author through a personal account with notification to the email address.

The publishing house reserves the right to determine the queue for publication of the manuscript in case of a positive conclusion.

At the discretion of the editorial board, Russian-language articles can be published in English, about which the authors receive timely notification, and then send articles professionally translated into English.

7. TERMS OF PUBLICATION

The journal “Economics: Strategy and Practice” is an open access journal. However, the publication process is associated with costs, including the cost of processing manuscripts when reviewing, editing, publishing, archiving, and delivering a single copy to the author. To cover these costs, the magazine charges a fee for publication. Publication fees can be made by both the research sponsor and the author.

The cost of publication is 20 000 tenge for the publication of one manuscript.

The fee is charged when accepting an article for publication. The corresponding author is responsible for making the payment before publication. Authors receive a сору of the journal.

7.1 Bank transfer

Details of payment:

Bank reference
Institute of Economics under the Science Committee of Ministry of Education and Science RK Казахстан, г. Алматы, 050010, 29 Kurmangazy street
BIN 990340001449
IIC: KZ696010131000009277
BIC: HSBKKZKX,  Beneficiary code 16, payment purpose code  861, JSC Halyk Bank

7.2 Payment cards: Visa, MasterCard