«Мировое и национальное хозяйство»
«World and National Economy»

Издание МГИМО МИД России |
ISSN: 2713-0983 |

Information for Authors

The Journal welcomes authors to submit previously unpublished manuscripts of total length not exceeding 60,000 symbols (or 8,000 words).

The manuscripts are peer-reviewed. Upon receiving the review, the editorial office resends it to the author and may ask the author to revise the manuscript. All materials are published after a round of scientific editing.

Further information can be found in the “Guidelines for Authors” section.

Guidelines for Authors

We recommend that the authors follow the below guidelines.

I. Technical specifications

The Journal accepts manuscripts in the MS Word format, preferably doc. or docx. Font Times New Roman, size 14pt, 1.5 spacing, justified alignment, paragraph - indent.

II. Article Structure

1. Title

2. Author’s name and affiliation

3. Abstract of at least 120 words including the research's aim and goals, research methodology, and author’s conclusions.

4. Keywords.

5. If the article is written in Russian, the title, author’s name and affiliation, abstract, and keywords should be given in English after the keywords in Russian.

6. Information about the author(s) should be given in the footnote and should include first and family name, academic degree, occupation title, affiliation (please, use the full name of the organization of employment), e-mail, and ORCID. If the article is written by a collective of authors, please only include the e-mail of the corresponding author.

7. Introduction that should include

  • aim of the research;
  • research question;
  • discussion on why the research is relevant;
  • short literature review of the literature. We recommend the authors to present a well-balanced review of the scientific discourse on the topic of the research reflecting alternative research results and answers to the research question as stated in other scientific publications;
  • the original hypothesis of the research;
  • research methods utilized to find an answer to the research question and structure of the article.

8. Main body of the research. This section should describe the steps taken by the author that led to the findings of the research. Separating the text into subsections would help to reflect the research process.

9. Results. In the section, simply state the findings of the article but do not interpret the results or discuss their implications. As in the previous section, use subheadings to separate different results. Results should be presented logically, i.e., in order of importance, not necessarily the order in which the research was performed.

10. Discussion (this section may be united with the Results). Compare the research results with those found in the literature: are there any contradictions? If there are, please give the possible reasons for them. Give a list of all diverging conclusions. If needed, suggest additional research that could clarify the results. Discuss what the achieved results may mean for the researchers working in the relevant field, researchers in other fields, and the general public. How could the findings be applied? State how the results extend the findings of previous studies. If the findings are preliminary, suggest future studies that need to be carried out.

11. Conclusion. State the main conclusions once again.

12. References.

III. References style and guidelines

The references list should be representative of the scope of the article. The scope of the article should correspond to the research question; however, it should not be strictly bounded by it. The referenced literature should be relevant to the research and correspond to the research question.

The Journal uses the SAGE Harvard reference style. The list of references should only include sources mentioned in the text. We recommend including only peer-reviewed sources used in the manuscript (scientific articles, books and book chapters). If the authors decide to follow this recommendation, then all other sources should be given within the main body of the text in the footnotes. References to statistical data, reports, legal acts, Internet sources should be cited in the footnotes and have links to the relevant web-addresses.

All references to scientific literature in the text must be put into brackets and specified by the authors’ last names and the year of publication (with page numbers if necessary). For instance, “as noted by Freeman (Freeman, 1987, 120).

The references list should be sorted in alphabetical order. The titles of sources in Russian should be given in their English translation. If the language of the source is different from English, please, specify it at the end of the entry, for example, “(In Russian).” or “(In Spanish).”. For the referenced articles in the languages using Latin script the reference style is the same as for English. In case the languages use different scripts the title of the article should be given in translation (if given) or transliteration. For all languages except English, please, indicate the language of the article as “(In Spanish).” or “(In Japanese).”

In case the references list cites two articles written by the same author in the same year, please, mark them by Latin letters in the alphabetical order. For instance, “Ivanov, I. I. (2020a).” and “Ivanov, I. I. (2020b).” In-text references should be stylized in the same manner.

The references should be verified. The authors should consult the publishers' websites to check all the necessary details. We also ask the authors to indicate the DOI for each reference source if available.

Type of source
In-text reference
List of references style

Article in English (one author)
(Barro, 1991)
Barro, R. J. (1991). Economic Growth in a Cross Section of Countries. The Quarterly Jounral of Economics, 106(2), 407-443. DOI: 10.2307/2937943

Article in English (up to three authors)
(Banerjee, Duflo, 2007)
Banerjee, A. V., Duflo, E. (2007). The Economic Lives of the Poor. Journal of Economic Perspectives, 21(1), 141-168. DOI: 10.1257/jep.21.1.141

Article in English (more than three authors)
(Färe, Grosskopf, Norris, et al., 1994)
Färe, R., Grosskopf, S., Norris, M., et al. (1994). Productivity Growth, Technical Progress, and Efficiency Change in Industrialized Countries. American Economic Review, 84(1), 66-83.

Article in Russian (one author)
(Bobylev, 2017)
Bobylev, S. N. (2017). Sustainable development: Paradigm for the future. World Economy and International Relations, 61(3), 107-113. (In Russian). DOI: 10.20542/0131-2227-2017-61-3-107-113

Article in Russian (up to three authors)
(Sluka, Karyakin, Kolyasev, 2020)
Sluka N.  A., Karyakin V.V., Kolyasev E. F. (2020). Global Cities as the Hubs of New Transnational Actors. Outlines of Global Transformations: Politics, Economics, Law, 13(1), 203–226. (In Russian). DOI: 10.23932/2542-0240-2020-13-1-11

Article in Russian (more than three authors)
(Ryazantsev, Pis’mennaya, Luk’yanets, et al., 2018)
Ryazantsev, S.V., Pis’mennaya, E. E., Luk’yanets, A. S., et al. (2018). Modern emigration from Russia and formation of Russian-speaking communities abroad. World Economy and International Relations, 62(6), 93-107. (In Russian). DOI: 10.20542/0131-2227-2018-62-6-93-107

Book in English
(Varman-Schneider, 1991)
Varman-Schneider, B. (1991). Capital Flight from Developing Countries. Boulder, Colorado: Westview press.

Book with multiple authors in English
(Piskulova, 2021)
N. A. Piskulova (Ed.). (2021). The Economic Dimension of Eurasian Integration. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-59886-0

Book in Russian
(Lisovolik, 2007)
Lisovolik, Y.D. (2007). Konkurentnaya Rossiya v mire “konkurentnoi liberalizatsii” [Competitive Russia in the World of “Competitive Liberalization”]. Moscow, Ekonomika Publ.. (In Russian).

Book with multiple authors in Russian
(Bulatov, Zakharov, 2019)
Bulatov, A. S., Zakharov, A. N. (Eds). (2019). South: Towards Economic Independence. Moscow: MGIMO-University. (In Russian).

Book chapter
(Spartak, 2021)
Spartak A. N. (2021). EAEU Intra-Regional Trade. In N. A. Piskulova (Ed.) The Economic Dimension of Eurasian Integration (pp. 27-66). Cham: Palgrave Macmillan. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-59886-0_2

(Sergeev, 2019)
Sergeev, E. A. (2019). Osobennosti vozdeystviya fiskal’nogo regulirovaniya ES na ekonomiki stran-uchastnits [The peculiarities of the EU fiscal regulation impact on its member states]. PhD Thesis, MGIMO University, Russia. (In Russian).

Conference article
(Lan, 2021)
Lan, Y. (2021). Evaluating the Efficiency Between Discounted Cashflow Valuation and Residual Income Valuation. In Proceedings of the 2021 3rd International Conference on Economic Management and Cultural Industry (ICEMCI 2021) (ed. R. Thurasamy, I. A. Majid, N. A. B. A. Rahman, et al.), Guangzhou, China, 22-24 October 2021. Dordrecht: Atlantis Press. DOI: 10.2991/assehr.k.211209.001

Publishing Ethics

The authors submitting their unpublished works to the Journal must adhere to the standarts of academic ethics, which implies:

  • due usage of information sources and respect for copyright;
  • correctness of the cited material;
  • validity of the references;
  • absence of plagiarism (the editorial office checks submitted manuscripts for plagiarism);
  • absence of conflict of interest.