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Review of Business and Economics Studies is especially interested in papers presented by researches who use quantitative methods and modeling techniques with potential impact on business and policy making. Readability and good writing style are important criteria for publication. Content and presentation must be of scholarly caliber.
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Title and author. Please limit titles to 12 words. Do not use all uppercase letters, or quotation marks for whole title. List names, academic degrees, affiliations, and e-mail address of each author. Include full mailing addresses, phone numbers of author (not to be displayed in publication). The Russian version of title and author information should be provided when possible.
Abstract. The abstracts in English and in Russian (when possible) should be included in the manuscript. If you are unable to prepare a Russian abstract, please inform us in your letter. Abstracts should review the purpose, results, and significance of the paper. Abstracts should have approximately 100 – 200 words. Do not cite references. Do not use undefined acronyms or abbreviations.
Key Words. Submit up to six unique, informative key words or short phrases. Avoid overly general terms and undefined abbreviations or acronyms. Editors reserve the right to replace key words.
Text. Email us a MS Word file that includes the title, authors’ names/affiliation/contacts, English abstract, key words, manuscript, and references. Russian versions of title, abstract, and authors information should be provided when possible. Use Times New Roman 12 pt. font in the entire file, including tables, figures, headings, captions, and table notes. Use 1,5 line spacing. Do not use section or page breaks in the running text.
Equations. The author is responsible for ensuring that equations are rendered in vector form. Use Word formula editor.
Tables and Figures. Please do not submit low-resolution images or graphics, which are disproportionately large for the content. In your text please use references to illustrations with numbers. Avoid references such as see next page or see below. Number all tables and figures (in Arabic) as they are to appear in the text and ensure that all tables are mentioned in the text. Caption should be styled as:
Example: Table 1. Relationship between… Figure 1. Distribution of…
References. The author is responsible for ensuring that all references are cited completely in the text and in the list. Delete the hyperlinks. Examples of references:
Reference in the text (citation):
On the other hand, Jones et al. (1988) have reported that ...
The List of References:
A complete book:
Jones, P.J. (1980), Introduction to Algorithms, London: Methuen.
A chapter in an edited book:
Hamza, K.A. (1988), "Vision Systems", in Jones, P.J., Smith, R. & Watson, E.P. (eds), Artificial Intelligence Reconsidered (2nd edition), New York: Wiley, pp. 12-34.
An article in a journal:
Carson, P.R. (1970), "An Approach to Intelligent Planning", Journal of Applied Artificial Intelligence 38(3), 4-11.
Referencing online sources:
Coxhead, P. (2009), "A Referencing Style Guide", http://www.cs.bham.ac.uk/~pxc/refs/refs.html [accessed 17 Oct 2009].