For authors
  • About 20-30 thousand characters with spaces (approx. 12-14 typed pages / even pages).
  • The MS Word (article should be submitted in an editable form). It is also recommended to send the article in non-editable version (.pdf) so editors would ascertain the actual appearance of the sent text (transferring a file and opening it on different computers can be subject to change).
  • Page Size: A4; all margins of 2.5 cm; line spacing of 1.5 (excluding bibliography and Internet sources, as well as abstracts and keywords, where there is a single spacing)
  • Font: Times New Roman, size of the main text - 12; summaries - 10; bibliography and Internet sources - 11.
  • The cited text should be written in simple text and enclosed in quotation marks.
  • Each section of the paper should be numbered (excluding introduction, summary and bibliography).

  • References should be placed directly in the text (in brackets) according to the arrangement (author, year of publication, page number), for example. (Wozniak, 2009, pp. 95-96).
  • If there is a bibliographic reference calling for at least two works of the same author published in the same year, in order to avoid confusion you should add the letter of the alphabet following the year), for example. (Wozniak, 2009a, pp. 95-96) (Wozniak , 2009b, pp. 10-25).
  • In the case of Internet sites rather than the surname of the author (if you cannot identify it), enter the name of the portal / website / company / office, etc.). For example. (Statistical office, 2014).
  • In the case of Internet sources page number is not required.
  • In the case of Internet sources as a year you should enter the year of publication of the material, and not the year of downloading. In case you cannot indicate the date of publication of the material on the Internet, you can indicate the year of downloading).
  • In the case of studies by many authors (4 or more authors), in the brackets you should enter only the name of the first author along with the note, et al., for example (Wozniak et al., 2015, pp. 77-79).

  • Tables and figures / diagrams should be included in the text as close as possible to reference to them.
  • The table title should be placed above the table (TNR 10 ).
  • Title of the figure / diagram / photo should be placed under the graphic form (TNR 10).
  • The table title is written in italics, and drawing / diagram / chart / pictures title in straight letters. Each table and each drawing / diagram / graph / picture (for vertical layout) levels cannot exceed the width of 126mm and height of 189mm vertically.
  • When specifying sources for drawings /figures / diagrams / pictures and tables are not added in brackets.
  • Below each table, figure or other graphic form you should indicate the source or information "developed on the basis" or "own development" (TNR 10 pt.).
  • The size of the text on the drawings / diagrams / graphs and tables should be 7-9 TNR.
  • The text in tables is written in Times New Roman (TNR), and in figures/ diagrams - Arial Narrow (AN).
  • Figure/ Diagrams / should be performed in graphic programs.
  • If the drawing / diagram is made in MS Word, auto shapes should be grouped. To author should attach to the paper sent .pdf file or folder with drawings / diagrams in .jpg, .png, .tiff, .gif or similar format.
  • Minimum resolution drawing / diagram, and especially pictures and scans should be 300 dpi. Drawings / diagrams can be performed in colour or grayscale. It is proposed to use colour only where it is actually needed.