Formal and editorial requirements
An article to be published in the scientific Journal of Management and Financial Sciences should be submitted to the Office of the Collegium of Management and Finance:
- in the written form: printed article in duplicate
- in the electronic form: article together with the abstract and key words in the Word file to be mailed to the editor’s address (firstname.lastname@example.org);
- with an enclosed statement to confirm that the article has not been submitted and is not being considered for publication elsewhere (personally undersigned);
1. ARTICLE STRUCTURE
1.1. The text of the article printed in the Research Papers of the SGH Collegium of Management and Finance (10-25 standard typescript pages) should consist of four parts:
1.1.1. Introduction – which presents the main motivation for undertaking a given research topic, describes the research problems and presents major theses and objectives;
1.1.2. Main part – which divides the content of the article into headed sections;
1.1.3. Summary – i.e. major conclusions with possible indication of further research;
1.2. Article abstract - shown on the official website of the SGH Collegium of Management and Finance (maximum 1,000 characters without spaces) - should include a synthetic presentation of the area of the undertaken analysis, major research problems and conclusions drawn by the author(s) of the article.
1.4. JEL Classification Codes
2. TECHNICAL INFORMATION
2.1. Text in the Word, in DOC format.
2.2. Standard typescript page:
2.2.1. Number of characters: 1 800 on one page, i.e. 30 lines: 60 characters with spaces each;
2.2.2. Recommended font: Times New Roman or another serif font with Polish characters, 12 p;
2.2.3. Interline spacing 1.5.
2.3. Continuous numbering in the entire work (bottom centre).
2.4. Bottom footnotes should be edited according to the following patterns:
Pattern 1. Bottom footnote elements for compact publications (books)
- individual author – initials of the first and second name(s); if there are a few authors, names of all of them should be indicated in the order displayed on the title page or only the first author’s name with et al. remark added.
- corporate author – name of collective editor, i.e. institution or organisation;corporate author – name of collective editor, i.e. institution or organisation;
- collective work (many authors of study) – initials of first and second name(s) of the author(s) of the chapter, chapter title.
2.Full title of the book (with additions, e.g. subtitle).
3.Name of scientific editor in the case of collective work.
4.Issue marking (number, changes and completions).
7.Place of publishing.
8.Year of issue.
9.Number of volumes, when the description refers to a multivolume publication.
10.Name of series and number of volume within the series.
11.Number of page or pages, when a fragment is cited.
Pattern 2. Bottom footnote elements for continuous publications (magazines, literary series etc.)
1.Article author(s) – initials of first and second name(s).
3.Description of publication in which the article is published:
- magazine title in inverted commas;magazine title in inverted commas;
- name of causative institution necessary, if it is e.g. a bulletin, review or paper);
- publisher’s name;
- place of publishing;place of publishing;
- date and sections marking;date and sections marking;
- page(s) number.
Pattern 3 Bottom footnote elements for legal documents
1.Number of article referred to.
2.Full name of act.
3.Full date of issue.
4.Number of Journal of Laws.
6.In case of amendment – marking: as amended.
7.(Possibly also effective date).
Other legal documents:
1.Number of article referred to.
2.Kind of legal act (e.g. ordinance, resolution, order recommendation, directive).
3.Number/year of issue.
4.Name of body issuing legal document.
5.Full date of announcement.
6.Title of legal act
7.Full information about place/time of publication (e.g. Official Journal of NBP, No.24, item 43 or “Official Journal”, No. L 204 of 12July1998).
Websites: main domain and full date of material download.
References should be divided into:
- legal documents,
- compact publications,compact publications,
- press and occasional articles,
- Internet materials.Internet materials.
- References in case of compact publications and articles should be set in alphabetical order (with regard to authors’ names), and in case of legal documents with regard to the rank and date of publication (from the latest till the oldest).
2.6. Figures and tables:
- Supplementary materials (figures and tables) should be in a black and white editable version. Recommended programmes: Word and Excel.Supplementary materials (figures and tables) should be in a black and white editable version. Recommended programmes: Word and Excel.
- Figures and tables should be entitled and separately numbered.
- The source should be indicated for each of them. If the article author is at the same time the author of supplementary materials, the indicated source should be: ”Own material.” The source should be indicated for each of them. If the article author is at the same time the author of supplementary materials, the indicated source should be: ”Own material.”
- Every figure and table reference must have a superscript number in the text as on typesetting their original position may change.
Supplementary print screen materials (e.g. document copies available on www or graphic design of specialist programmes) in case of poor quality (low resolution) and no possibility of reconstruction in typesetting, may not be allowed for printing. Supplementary print screen materials (e.g. document copies available on www or graphic design of specialist programmes) in case of poor quality (low resolution) and no possibility of reconstruction in typesetting, may not be allowed for printing.