THE KEY MISSION OF SCIENTIFIC JOURNALS issued by «ECONOMIC EDUCATION» publishing house – is to accumulate best Russian and foreign scientific articles on the relevant topics and to ensure dynamic exchange of scientific knowledge.

1. Explicitly demonstrate various useful and reliable information on subject topics to Russian and international scientific community.
2. Contribute to the active exchange and promotion of Russian research among the scientific community of our country and foreign countries through the establishment and maintenance of active links with the leading universities in Russia and other countries.
3. Ensure the cooperation and invite foreign scientists to publish their works in our journals with the help of foreign member of our editorial boards.
4. Act as the information platform for the dialogue and exchange of knowledge between leading scientists and practitioners.
5. Contribute to the development of international cooperation between «Economic Education» publishing house with global scientific centers for the publication of scientific articles and monographs for the promotion of scientific knowledge in Russian and abroad.
6. Inform the international scientific and professional community on scientific achievements of authors published in the journals of «Economic Education» publishing house.

READERSHIP – Russian and foreign scientists, postgraduates, doctoral students and practitioners looking for scientific and professional information.
Authors submitting their articles for publication agree to the open access to their publications in e-databases.

PUBLICATION FREQUENCY of magazines of the publishing house «Economic Education» – 6 issues per year


The Publication Ethics and Publication Malpractice Statement approved by мagazines «Today and Tomorrow of the Russian Economу», «Scientific Review. Series 1. Economics and Law», «Scientific Review. Series 2. Human Sciences»  is based on guidelines and standards developed by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE). The Statement includes respective responsibilities and requirements for authors, reviewers and editors of the мagazines


Originality of work. By submitting a manuscript to ane magazine of the publishing house «Economic Education», the author(s) warrant that the manuscript is their own, original work and that it has neither been published previously nor is currently being considered for publication elsewhere. They also warrant that the sources of any ideas and/or words in the manuscript that are not their own have been properly attributed through appropriate citations and/or quotes.
Absence of redundant publications. An author should not normally publish manuscripts describing essentially the same research in multiple journals or publication venues. Such redundant publication is generally considered to constitute unethical publishing behavior, and if discovered may result in a manuscript under consideration being rejected, or a published article being retracted.
Information accuracy. Authors of manuscripts reporting on original research should present an accurate account of the work performed, accompanied by an objective discussion of its significance. Underlying data should be represented accurately in the manuscript. The manuscript should contain sufficient detail and references to permit others to replicate the work. The fabrication of results and the making of fraudulent or knowingly inaccurate statements constitute unethical behavior and may be cause for rejection or retraction of a manuscript or published article.
Conflicts of interest. Where the manuscript reports on commercial software, hardware, or other products, authors must include a declaration at the beginning of the manuscript in which they must either state that no conflict of interest exists or describe the nature of any potential conflict. All sources of financial support for the research should also be disclosed in the manuscript.
Authorship of the manuscript. The authors’ names should be listed on the article in order of their contribution to the article, and all authors take responsibility for their own contributions. Only those individuals who have made a substantive contribution should be listed as authors; those whose contributions are indirect or marginal (e.g., colleagues or supervisors who have reviewed drafts of the work or provided proofreading assistance, and heads of research institutes/centers/labs) should be named in an «Acknowledgments» section at the end of the article, immediately preceding the Reference List. The corresponding author must ensure that all appropriate co-authors and no inappropriate co-authors are included on the article, and that all listed co-authors have seen and approved the final version of the article and agreed to its publication.
Correction of errors. Where an author discovers a significant error or inaccuracy in an article of his/hers that has been published in BFU, he/she has an obligation to promptly notify the editors and cooperate with them to correct the article or retract it as appropriate.


Decision making.  Editor-in-Chief has ultimate responsibility for deciding if a manuscript submitted to the journal should be published, and in doing so is guided by the journal’s policies as determined by the editorial board and constrained by such legal requirements as shall then be in force regarding libel, copyright infringement, and plagiarism. The Editor may consult with the Deputy Editor-in-Chief and other members of the editorial team, as well as with reviewers, in making publication decisions.
Non-discriminatory approach. The editors of magazines of the publishing house «Economic Education» will evaluate manuscripts for their intellectual content without regard to the race, color, gender, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, ethnic origin, citizenship, or political philosophy of the author(s). They will not disclose any information about a manuscript under consideration to anyone other than the author(s), reviewers and potential reviewers, and in some instances editorial board members, as appropriate. Additionally, the editors will make every effort to ensure the integrity of the blind review process by not revealing the identity of the author(s) of a manuscript to the reviewers of that manuscript, and vice versa.
Assessment of moral hazard. When evaluating a manuscript for publication, in addition to considering standard criteria pertaining to the rigor of the manuscript, the quality of its presentation, and its contribution to humanity’s stock of knowledge, the editors will also seek evidence that ethical harms have been minimized in the conduct of the reported research. They will question whether the benefits outweigh the harms in the particular study’s case. Since magazines of the publishing house «Economic Education» welcomes the submission of manuscripts from any country, it is necessary to recognize that laws and regulations regarding research ethics and ethical approval vary worldwide. As such, the editors may need to seek clarification in this regard with the author(s) and request that they supply a letter from the relevant institutional ethics committee or board that approved the research.
Cooperation with the COPE. The editors will be guided by COPE’s Guidelines for Retracting Articles  when considering retracting, issuing an expressions of concern about, and issuing corrections pertaining to articles that have been published in magazinesof the publishing house «Economic Education». They are committed to working closely with research organizations and institutions in line with COPE’s advice on Cooperation between Research Institutions and Journals on Research Integrity Cases.


Terms and conditions of cooperation. Reviewers perform work for the magazines of the publishing house «Economic Education» on a volunteer basis. Given that most of these individuals are in full-time employment, their reviewing activities for magazines must, by necessity, not be their top priority. Reviewers are free to decline invitations to review particular manuscripts at their discretion, for example, if their current employment workload and/or other commitments make it prohibitive for them to complete a review in a timely fashion and to do justice to the task in the available timeframe. They should also not accept manuscript review assignments for which they feel unqualified.
Promptness. Reviewers who have accepted manuscript assignments are normally expected to submit their reviews within four weeks. They should remove themselves from the assignment if it becomes apparent to them at any stage that they do not possess the required expertise to perform the review, or that they may have a potential conflict of interest in performing the review (e. g., one resulting from competitive, collaborative, or other relationships or connections with any of the authors, institutions, or companies associated with the manuscript).
Confidentiality policy.  Privileged information or ideas obtained by reviewers through the peer review process must be kept confidential and not used for personal advantage. Any manuscripts received for review must be treated as confidential documents, and must not be shown to or discussed with others except as authorized by the Editor-in-Chief.
Objectivity standards. When conducting their reviews, reviewers are asked to do so as objectively as possible, refraining from engaging in personal criticism of the author(s). They are encouraged to express their views clearly, explaining and justifying all recommendations made. They should always attempt to provide detailed and constructive feedback to assist the author(s) in improving their work, even if the manuscript is, in their opinion, not publishable.
Manuscript assessment. Reviewers should identify in their reviews relevant published work that has not been cited by the author(s), together with any instances in which proper attribution of sources has not been provided. They should call to the responsible editor’s attention any major resemblances between a manuscript under consideration and other published articles or papers of which they are aware, as well as any concerns they might have in relation to the ethical acceptability of the research reported in the manuscript.