Information For Authors

Manuscripts are submitted by e-mail to or 

Manuscript files can be saved in either doc or docx format. 

Text formatting should adhere to the following specifications: Times New Roman, font size 14, line spacing 1.5, and all margins 20 mm. 

Text must be followed by the author's full name, affiliation, city of residence, e-mail address, ORCID, article title, abstract (2000-2500 characters), and 3-7 keywords. All of the above information must be written in both Ukrainian and English. 

A separate file is sent containing information about the author. It should include the author's full name, scientific degree, position, mailing address, e-mail address, and contact number. 

Illustrations, tables, and other additional materials should be sent as separate, numbered, and captured files. 

Footnotes are formatted automatically based on The Chicago Manual of Style standard. 

Additionally, REFERENCES, a list of references transliterated into the Latin alphabet, should be included in the article. 


Peer Review Process  

The manuscript is submitted electronically to or 

The editorial staff conducts a preliminary evaluation of the paper's quality. The contact information of the author, the article's format, its relevance, and compliance with the Journal's requirements are examined. The editorial office then notifies the author of the decision regarding the acceptance of the paper for review. 

If the article is accepted, peer reviewers are assigned by the editor. Referees are eminent experts in the subject matter of the manuscript, whose adherence to the principles of academic integrity has never been contested. Several referees may be invited, depending on the subject of the article, but at least two are required.

The paper is subsequently prepared for review. To preserve the authors' anonymity, their names and other identifiers are removed. For the initial evaluation, the reviewer receives the anonymized article and the reviewer's form. The report should include comments on the scientific merit of the manuscript and its readiness for publication, as well as a list of inaccuracies found in the text and potential solutions to correct them. The evaluation is then forwarded to the editor along with a recommendation to accept, reject, or revise the article.

The reviewing time is determined based on the length and difficulty of the paper. The reviewer's work is completely free of editorial staff pressure and influence.

The outcome of the evaluation is communicated to the author. The author reserves the right to reject peer review and rewrite the manuscript. In this case, the paper is rejected and publication is not considered.

The author may also comment on the recommendations of the peer review. In this instance, the editorial office discreetly transmits the author's response to the referee. Any communication between the author and reviewer must be conducted through the editorial office. If the author violates the publication ethics, the editorial office reserves the right to reject the manuscript.

After anonymous reviewers have completed the peer review process, the revised article is submitted to the editorial board. Members of the editorial board are permitted to comment. If the author rejects them, then the manuscript itself is also rejected.The editorial board must approve the paper for publication.The editorial office notifies the author once the article is published in the journal. 

The aforementioned procedure is fundamental to the publication and cannot be bypassed upon manuscript approval. All cases of force majeure that may arise during the peer review procedure must be resolved through consultations and negotiations between the author and the editorial office.