Guide for Authors



The Journal Economy and Management ISSN 2084-963X tries to give their readers knowledge in the field of economic sciences, including changes taking place in the World enterprises, public and non-profit sector organizations. The issues raised by the authors are devoted, among others, to economic, management, demographic and cultural issues describing the dynamics of the process of economic and social transformation, including the dynamics of integration processes within the European Union. The notebooks contain works from the following departments: - Dissertations and articles - contain original creative works, methodological theses, theoretical analyzes. - Materials and research messages - present empirical works based on author's own research. - Reviews and discussions - contain analytical reviews or discussions of books, textbooks, etc. in the area of economic sciences.


The Journal Economy and Management ISSN 2084-963X is committed to meeting and upholding standards of ethical behaviour at all stages of the publication process. We follow closely the industry associations, such as the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICJME) and World Association of Medical Editors (WAME), that set standards and provide guidelines for best practices in order to meet these requirements. Below is a summary of our key expectations of editors, peer-reviewers, and authors.


The Journal Economy and Management ISSN 2084-963X is a bimonthly peer-reviewed academic journal. It covers both theoretical and empirical economics. It was estab-lished in 2012 in Poland management by Scientific Publishing House IVG in United Kingdom www.publishinghouseivg.co.uk and Naukowe Wydawnictwo IVG in Poland www.wydawnictwoivg.pl


The Journal aims to publish articles that presents original, discussion research papers in a field of economics and management. Highly selective, widely cited articles of cur-rent relevance that will have a longterm impact on economics research. The analytical, interpretive, and empirical studies in a number of areas including monetary theory, fiscal policy, labour economics, development, micro- and macroeconomic theory, international trade and finance, industrial organization, social economics and also to modern economics prosperity. The Journal publish also about management of organization, R&D, innovation and about current economic, political and business information from selected countries, as well as about ecology and environmental protection.

The Journal Economy and Management are essential reading for all economists wishing to keep up with substantive new research in the discipline.


Frequency since 2019: 2 issues/year | ISSN: 2084-963X (print, electronic version, access to the research articles: open access and pay)

Frequency 2012-2018: 6 issues/year | ISSN: 2084-963X (print, electronic version, access to the research articles: open access and pay)

web site:

- www.eiz.groupivg.com

- www.jam.groupivg.com

- Eshop New Store


Articles written in polish and english language are being accepted.


List of published articles.

Access to the reaserch articles by online OPEN ACCESS and PAY.

Access to the Journal Economy and Management by online Eshop New Store.




Editorial Board the Journal Economy and Management


Editor of the Scientific:

Prof. dr hab. Jerzy Olszewski prof. nadzw. UEP Poznan University of Economics, Poland

Editor in Chief:

Mgr Aleksandra Fudali, Szczecin, Poland e-mail: office@publishinghouseivg.co.uk

The Scientific Committee:

Prof. UG dr hab. Sylwia Pangsy-Kania The Faculty of Economics of the University Gdansk, Poland

Prof. dr hab. Wlodzimierz Szpringer Faculty of Management University of Warsaw, Poland

Prof. zw. dr hab. Jerzy Kisielnicki Faculty of Management University of Warsaw, Poland

Prof. UW dr hab. Grzegorz Karasiewicz Faculty of Management University of Waraw, Poland

Prof. UZ dr hab. Arkadiusz Swiadek Faculty of Economics and Management University of Zielona Góra, Poland

Scientific Reviewer of Journal:

Prof. UZ dr hab. Arkadiusz Swiadek Faculty of Economics and Management University of Zielona Góra, Poland

Prof. US dr hab. Joanna Wisniewska The Faculty of Economics and Management of the University of Szczecin, Poland

Prof. US dr hab. Krzysztof Janasz The Faculty of Economics and Management of the University of Szczecin, Poland



Preparing and submitting your paper


The Instructions for Contributors is an excellent place to find guidance on both broad and specific information about a journal. This should be the author's first resource for varied information on a journal's subject area coverage, accepted article types, manuscript style notes, special forms of submissions and specific post-publication author policies. Authors will increase production and publication efficiency for their manuscript if they read the instructions for their journal carefully and ensure that their submission follows the desired guidelines.


Submitting your paper

The Instructions for Contributors document for journal will explain the process for submitting your paper to that particular title, including guidance on additional information you should include alongside your manuscript. A growing proportion of our journals now use an online submission system These systems allow authors to submit and track their paper online, and help us to make sure the editorial process is both efficient and fully accountable.

Peer review The peer-review process plays a critical role in both the evaluation and development of scholarly material submitted for publication. Its purpose is to ensure that published papers meet rigorous academic standards, through objective and independent assessment by experts in a given field. Peer review is not simply a filter for acceptance or rejection. For all authors it is an important step in a collaborative editorial process. The ultimate goal is to refine the content and expression of a paper to maximise its contribution to scholarship.


Revisions

The editor(s) will make a decision regarding your paper based on the reviewer reports. It is common for an article not to be accepted in first draft and you may be asked to revise and resubmit. Sometimes the revisions requested are minor; other times they may be more substantial. If this happens, you will be given the reviewer reports and, possibly, some additional comments from the editor(s). These should advise you on what you need to revise before submitting a next draft.


Accepted papers

Once accepted, your manuscript will be prepared for publication. Many journals will ask their authors to prepare a final version of their manuscript according to the journal's particular style. If you are asked to do this you should follow carefully the guidelines sent to you by the editor and any instructions about how to submit images or other files. At this stage you will usually be asked to sign a form to define copyright terms and declare any conflicts of interest. Some research funding bodies require authors to deposit their manuscript at this stage – the version defined as the 'Accepted Manuscript' – in an institutional or subject repository. The Press' policies to support authors in meeting these obligations can be found here.


Article processing charges

The costs of publishing are typically, but not always, paid through an article processing charge (APC) that is met by the author or the author’s funding body or institution. Only authors of accepted articles are charged APCs and the payment process begins after an article has been accepted.

Our standard APC for journal is GBP Ł100 (plus VAT or local sales tax where applicable).



How to publish? – Step by step


If you plan to submit an article to one of our journals, or have any questions during the publication process, this helpdesk will guide you through manuscript submission, production and the services you can expect after your article’s publication.


Use the Submission Form. Read the Instruction for Authors.


Before you start

The following topics will be important during the early stages of writing your article.

  1. Guide for Authors
  2. Open Access and Pay
  3. Royality for Author
  4. Editorial standards

Turning your manuscript into an article:

  1. Preperation - Manuscript preparation (reference styles, artwork guidelines, etc.);
  2. Submission - Electronic submission - Reviewing and acceptance - Managing copyright – The "MyPublication" process;
  3. Production - Copy editing and language polishing - Data processing and type setting - Article Tracking - Checking your article: proofing procedure - e.Proofing;
  4. Publication - Publishing your article - Publishing your article in a journal issue (print, electronic version, OPEN ACEESS and PAY).
  5. Indexing in Data Base (the most popular).



Guide for Authors


Editorial Board accepts articles that were not submitted elsewhere and concerns to the Journal profile. Full information for Author you can read from downloads materials Information for Authors

The Journal Economy and Management handles a submission fee of GBP 100 Ł (full fee).

The article should be submission through the Submission Form.

Only authors of accepted articles are charged APCs and the payment process begins after an article has been accepted.

A paper may be rejected by the Editors without being sent for review, should a paper be inconsistent with the Aims and Scope of the Journal as set out on the Journal website, or not adhere to the style requirements as outlined in the Guide for Authors. Furthermore, the Editors may also desk reject a paper and suggest more suitable outlets if, in their assessment, the paper was unlikely to be accepted following the full review because of insufficient contribution or quality. The submission fees are used to support journal related activities.

Submitted articles should be of a scientific nature and present the results of original research of an empirical, theoretical or analytical character. The article should present the current state of knowledge, the methodology of research, the research process and the results of research with references. Footnotes and bibliography should be prepared with the System Harvard.


Polish article should have title, key words, abstract in polish and eng. language, content od paperwork, summary in polish and eng. language, bibliography, info about author/co-authors. The abstract in Polish and English should not be shorter than 5 lines and not longer than 15 lines. The article should be divided in no numbered parts. The article should consists of following parts: introduction with the aim and research hypothesis, material and methods, conclusions and references. Reference to the publications of other authors in the test of the manuscript, should provide to the Harvard System (a surname and a year in brackets as well as a page number, e.g. [Surname year, p. 5]. The list of bibliography should be presented in the alphabetic order and contained all reference from the article.


Journal author rights

In order for Journal Economy and Management to publish and disseminate research articles, we need publishing rights. This is determined by a publishing agreement between the author and the Journal Economy and Management. This agreement deals with the transfer or license of the copyright to the publisher of Journal Economy and Management and authors retain significant rights to use and share their own published articles. The Journal Economy and Management supports the need for authors to share, disseminate and maximize the impact of their research and these rights, in Journal Economy and Management proprietary are defined below:

1. For subscription articles - Authors transfer copyright to the publisher as part of a journal publishing agreement, but have the right to: Share their article for Personal Use, Internal Institutional Use and Scholarly Sharing purposes.

2. For open access articles - Authors sign an exclusive license agreement, where authors have copyright but license exclusive rights in their article to the publisher. In this case authors have the right to: Share their article in the same ways permitted to third parties under the relevant user license.


Protecting author rights

Copyright aims to protect the specific way the article has been written to describe an experiment and the results. The Journal Economy and Management is committed to its authors to protect and defend their work and their reputation and takes allegations of infringement, plagiarism, ethic disputes and fraud very seriously. If an author becomes aware of a possible plagiarism, fraud or infringement we recommend contacting their publishing contact who can then liaise with our in-house legal department. Note that certain open access user licenses may permit quite broad re-use that might otherwise be counted as copyright infringement.



OPEN ACCESS and PAY

Open Access policy allows you to post your original Elements manuscript online. The work is contracted under standard publishing terms and therefore any reproduction of the posted text is governed by the usual copyright restrictions. While your manuscript is under review with us and before it is under contract, you may deposit it as you wish. However, there are restrictions on online posting of the final version that has been accepted at the start of production and of the published book (see below). When posting a manuscript or published work, please ensure you: Include appropriate wording such as: ‘This material has been published in [Title] by [Author]. This version is free to view and download for personal use only. Not for redistribution, resale or use in derivative works. © insert copyright holder.’The version of the manuscript that has been accepted for publication. This version may include revisions resulting from peer review but may be subject to further editorial input by Scientific Publishing House IVG. The version that is formally published.



Ethical standards

The Journal Economy and Management ISSN 2084-963X is committed to meeting and upholding standards of ethical behaviour at all stages of the publication process. We follow closely the industry associations, such as the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICJME) and World Association of Medical Editors (WAME), that set standards and provide guidelines for best practices in order to meet these requirements. Below is a summary of our key expectations of editors, peer-reviewers, and authors.

Submitted scientific article should have an original nature, they have not been published and are not being considered publication elsewhere. Affiliation and each Co-Author’s contributions in the creation of a scientific article should be disclosed (ghostwriting and guest authorship barrier). Sources of funding research presented at a scientific article or the source of its creation should be disclosed by indicating information about the contribution of scientific research institutions, associations and other entities (financial disclosure). Authors who supply the manuscript is responsible for provided information. All detected cases of ghostwriting and guest authorship will be exposed, including notifying the appropriate entities (institutions employing the authors, science societies and associations, etc.).

According to Ministry of Science and Higher Education (www.nauka.gov.pl):

- ghostwriting takes place when someone has made a substantial contribution to publication, without revealing his participation as one of the authors, or without being mentioned in the acknowl-edgments enclosed to the publication;

- guest authorship (honorary authorship) takes place when the authors contribution is insignificant, despite of declaration.



Criteria for selecting scientific articles for publication

Scientific article should be relevant to journal profile specified in section Journal profile. Authors are require to convey to Journal property copyrights to their manuscript, including the rights to its reproduction and distribution (copyright transfer agreement) and declare that manuscript is not submitted elsewhere for publication (Declaration_for_Authors_1). According to antighostwriting and guest authorship Journal policy, Authors are required to submit signed declaration about their contribution made by each other in manuscript (Declaration_for_Authors_2).

Two positive reviews by external reviewers determine acceptance of an article for publication, and two negative ones determine rejection. Submitting a revised version of scientific article and a written response to the reviewers’ comments by using Form for review's response available in Downloads within the time specified by the Editorial Board. The standard time to submit revisions is seven days after obtaining information by the Author of the results of the two reviews.



Reviewing procedure

Review process of the submitted articles to the "Journal Economy and Management” is consistent with the recommendations of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education in Poland and includes the following steps:•Editorial Office selects articles submitted to review process according to consistency with the topic, editorial standard and assess initially form and substance of manuscript.

• The scientific article should correspond to the journal profile and also the article should meet the journal editorial standards presented in template with editorial standards available in section Information for Authors.

• Each article is evaluated by two, independent, external reviewers, experts in the given academic field. The reviewers are not affiliated with the Publisher of the "Journal Economy and Management” and with the research center represented by the author.

• Authors and reviewers do not know their identity (so-called double-blind review process).

• Review has a written character and clearly indicate whether the article is suitable for publication, whether it requires adjustment or whether reviewed text is not suitable for publication.

• Based on the results of the evaluation, the Editorial Office decides whether the article is suitable for publication, whether it requires adjustment or whether reviewed text is not suitable for publication.

• Article will be accepted by Editorial Office after obtaining two positive reviews.

• Editorial Office publish once a year on the Journal website and in the last issue of the Journal in current year the whole list of reviewers.


Royalty for Authors


Typically, an author can expect to receive the following royalties: 50% margin of each sold licences for article in system OPEN ACCESS and PAY (licences for re-print and for readers) web sites: www.eiz.groupivg.com and Eshop New Store.

The Authors is still owner copyright own article.



Editorial standards


Polish article should have title, key words and abstract in Polish. English articles have title, key words and abstract in English (Polish abstract is not obligatory).

The abstract in Polish and English should not be shorter than 5 lines and not longer than 15 lines.

The article should be divided in no numbered parts.

The article should consists of following parts: introduction with the aim and research hypothesis, material and methods, conclusions and references.

Reference to the publications of other authors in the test of the manuscript, should provide to the Harward System (a surname and a year in brackets as well as a page number, e.g. [Surname year, p. 5].

The list of bibliography should be presented in the alphabetic order and contained all reference from the article.

The reference should be presents to the Harward System in the following way: author’s (author’s) surname, initials of the first name, year of the publishing if there is more than one paper of the same author published in a given year, after the year it is necessary to mark particular items a, b, c, etc.; title of the paper, bibliographical abbreviation of the publishing house and place of publishing, Number of volume, book and numbers of pages.


Example: Surname, N., year, Title, Publishing house, Place of publishing.

Surname, N., year, Tile, Journal, no. vol. X, p. XX-XX.

Surname, N., year, Tile, [in:] Surname, N., year,

Title, Publishing house, Place of publishing, p. XX-XX.


Article format

- 170x240 mm B-5.

- Margin setting: top 2,5 cm, bottom 2,5 cm, left 2,5 cm, right 2,5 cm;

- Letter size for headline 16 Times New Roman; text 12 cm and 1/5 line spacing. Whole text should be both side align.



Parts of the text (for example):

Tabe of context

Title

Abstract

Indroduction

Subtitle of the part 1

Subtitle of the part 2

Subtitle of the part 3

Summary

Bibilography

List of tables

List of drawings

List of pictures

Info about Author/Authors - Academic degree, Name and Surname, Affiliation -

the full names of the respective universities or other independent research institutions.

ERIH PLUS encourages journals also to include author addresses (either email or postal addresses).


Size of research paper should not exceed 8 pages including tables and figures (between 0,5 and 0,9 publishing sheet).


Help and Support


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