General requirements

Editorial policy of the “Economic Strategies” magazine is aimed at publishing articles that are distinguished by scientific novelty, relevance, and practical significance. Articles proposed for publication in the “Economic Strategies” should meet the following requirements:

  • correspond to the subject of the magazine (see Information on the edition);
  • reflect the author’s contribution to setting and development of the chosen scientific problem; both falsification of the data and information, used in the article, and appropriation of ideas or words without reference to the source of information or their presentation as one’s own achievements, are unacceptable (see Publication ethics);
  • rely on the works of other domestic and foreign scientists and specialists and contain relevant references;
  • comply with the technical requirements for design adopted in the magazine (see Articles formatting requirements)


Articles formatting requirements

Manuscripts sent to the editorial office of the “ES” magazine should be prepared in accordance with the below requirements.

Technical parameters:

  • format: *.doc or *.docx;
  • article size: 20 thousand characters including spaces (0.5 p.s.);
  • page parameters: all margins – 2 cm;
  • font Times New Roman; size 14;
  • leading (line spacing) – 1.5;
  • first line indent – 1.25;
  • subheadings inside the article – Times New Roman font, size 14, style – bold (for the first level), light italic (for the second level);
  • do not use automatic hyphenation or special formatting characters such as soft hyphens, non-breaking spaces and hyphens, section breaks, etc.;
  • the main type of quotation marks is French « Christmas trees»; for quotation marks inside a quoted fragment German “paws” are used
  • in headings in English language all significant words are capitalized.

Article’s structure

An article should contain information on the author, information about the article, the text of the article, sources.

Information about the author

The surname, name, patronymic (in full), affiliation of the author (academic degree, scientific title, position, place of work, postal code, e-mail, phone) are indicated. The data is provided in Russian and English.

FULL NAME of the author is written in lowercase letters – font Times New Roman, size 14, style – bold, aligned simultaneously on the left and right margins; affiliation – font Times New Roman, 14 point size, style – regular, alignment to the left and right margins simultaneously.


Ivan Ivanovich Ivanov — doctor of economics, professor, senior researcher at the Institute of Economics of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

101000, Moscow, Sretensky boulevard, 6/1, building 1, office 4.




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Article Information


The heading of the article is written in lowercase letters – Times New Roman font, size 14, style – bold, aligned simultaneously on the left and right margins. The data is provided in Russian and English.

After the heading, codes are indicated: UDC, JEL, etc.


Volume of the abstract to the article – 150–200 words.

Text of the annotation should be informative, meaningful (reflecting the main content of the article, describing methods of research conducting and their scientific significance), well structured. It is necessary to use syntactic constructions inherent in the language of scientific and technical documents, avoid complex grammatical constructions; the abstract shouldn’t contain tables, figures, subheadings and numbered lists. It is not desirable to use abbreviations in the text of the abstract (if used, decoding is required).

Abstract is provided in Russian and English.

When writing an abstract in English, you should use special English terminology, follow the rules of punctuation, word usage and syntax. Translation should be executed or edited by a professional translator or native English speaker. Machine translation is not allowed!


Number of keywords (phrases) – 5–8. The length of each phrase, if possible, should not exceed two words.

Provided in Russian and English.

Text of the article

The article should contain an introduction, 3–4 titled paragraphs and a conclusion. The text should be carefully proofread by the author, who is responsible for scientific and theoretical level of the published material.

When specific persons of Russian origin are mentioned in the text of the article, the initials and surname are indicated (D.I. Mendeleev), foreign – the full name and surname (firstly mentioned in the article) (Michael Porter).


Formulas in the article should be typed using the MS Equation, MathType editors with the possibility to edit. The author is responsible for the correct use of symbols, formulas and figures. All formulas should be numbered. Formulas are numbered on the right.


Tables (if there are more than one) should be numbered (continuous numbering) and should have thematic headings. The table number and heading are aligned to the left and right margins at the same time, the font is Times New Roman, the size is 14, the font style is bold.

Author should avoid using a large number of words in tables, as well as highlighting cells or text. It is necessary to indicate the sources of the data given in the tables (see Sources).


Illustrations in the article should be extremely clear, graphically expressive and presented in separate files in their original format, permitting to be edited and changed without additional contact with the authors (*jpeg, *jpg, *tiff, *xls).

All figures should be numbered consecutively and captioned (heading). Figure number and heading are aligned to the left and right margins at the same time, font Times New Roman, size 14, style – bold.

Objects in drawings created by means of MS Word should be grouped. Objects, created by means other than MS Word, should have either *jpeg (or *jpg) or *tiff extension, with a resolution of 300 dots per inch (dpi).


Notes are made in the form of an after-text list, arranged in the order of mentioning. Numbering is sequentially throughout, upper case is applied.


Sources of information are formalized in the form of an off-text bibliographic list, arranged in the order of citation.

References in the text, tables, and figure captions are indicated by Arabic numerals in square brackets (for example, [1], [2–10]) and, if necessary, a specific page is indicated (for example, [1, p. 29]).

Bibliographic description of publications is made in accordance with the state standard, for example:

Article in a magazine

Aganbegyan A.G. 25 years of new Russia. Economic and social level: marking time // Economic strategies. 2018. No. 1. P. 6–21

Abstracts of reports

Shmotko S.N. Problems of child homelessness and crime, approaches to their solution in the history of Russia // Actual problems of social work in the region: Abstracts of the scientific-practical conference reports. Tyumen, November 23–24, 2000. Tyumen: Vektor Book, 2001, pp. 157–159.


Zolotarev V.A., Sokolov Y.F. Resurrected from the ashes. Russia. XVII Century. (Military history of the Russian state / Edited by V.A. Zolotarev). M.: INES, RUBIN, 2012. 360 p.

Multi-volume editions

History of the Great War. 1941–1945: In 2 volumes / Introducing article by V.E. Fortov; preface by V.A. Zolotarev. 2nd ed., add. (Military history of the Russian state / Edited by V.A. Zolotarev). M.: INES, RUBIN, 2015.

Training manuals

Polkovnikov G.V. English company law: law and practice: Textbook. M., 1999. 19 p.

Electronic resources

Institute for Economic Strategies [Website]. URL:

Ageev A.I. Bets are made [Electronic resource] // Economic strategies. 2020. No. 1. URL:

For electronic sources that have a Digital Object Identifier (DOI), it is necessary to include it at the end of the bibliographic record:

Sundiev I.Y., Frolov A.B. Global change: what to do? [Electronic resource] // Economic strategies. 2020. No. 1. DOI:

The list includes only sources that are mentioned in the text of the article.

Editorial board does not accept

  • articles published or accepted for consideration in other publications;
  • articles that do not meet the above requirements.

The average publication time in case of a positive decision – 3-5 months.