Articles submitted to the journal should not be submitted elsewhere. Authors are responsible for obtaining permission to publish any material under copyright (see the ‘Ghostwriting’ and ‘Statement for authors’ files).
Articles must be in English. The article should begin with an abstract of up to 100 words, followed by five keywords which should describe the article’s main arguments and conclusions.
Full papers can be up to 5,000-6,000 words or maximum 40 thous. characters (including the main text, notes, and tables) and should be typed on A4 paper, in 12-point Times New Roman font, with ample margins on all sides. The entire manuscript must be 1,5 - spaced and numbered consecutively.
The title, the author’s name and her/his institutional affiliation should be at the top of the first page (please do not use headnotes).
References and the style of note citation should conform with the following examples, available here: QUOTATION GUIDELINES
More substantial editing will be returned to the author for approval before publication. No rewriting will be allowed at the proof stage. Authors will be asked to return the material to the editorial office within four days of receipt, or approval will be assumed.
Articles are qualified on the basis of a double-blind review process by external referees (see the ‘Peer Review Process’ file).