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Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
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  • Файл отправляемой статьи представлен в формате документа OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, RTF или WordPerfect.
  • Приведены полные интернет-адреса (URL) для ссылок там, где это возможно.
  • Текст набран с одинарным межстрочным интервалом; используется кегль шрифта в 12 пунктов; для выделения используется курсив, а не подчеркивание (за исключением URL-адресов); все иллюстрации, графики и таблицы расположены в соответствующих местах в тексте, а не в конце документа.
  • Текст соответствует стилистическим и библиографческим требованиям, описанным в Руководстве для авторов, расположенном на странице «О журнале».
  • Если вы отправляете статью в рецензируемый раздел журнала, то выполнены требования документа Обеспечение слепого рецензирования.

Author Guidelines

The collection of scientific works accepts articles that correspond to the thematic scope of the publication, as reflected in the UDC (Universal Decimal Classification) placed in the top left corner, as well as those that have scientific, practical, and production value. Each author has the right to submit only one previously unpublished scientific article for a single issue.

The opinions expressed by the authors may not always coincide with the views of the editorial board of the collection of scientific works. Materials that do not meet the specified requirements will not be considered. Articles that are not accepted for publication or are rejected will not be returned to the authors or subjected to review.

The article should include structural elements of a scientific article in accordance with the requirements of the Resolution of the Presidium of the Higher Attestation Commission of Ukraine dated January 15, 2003, No. 7-05/01 "On Increasing the Requirements for Professional Publications Included in the Lists of the Higher Attestation Commission of Ukraine".

In order to increase the citation indices of our authors, the editorial board recommends submitting articles written in English.

Articles for the collection of scientific works "Bulletin of the National University of Water Management and Nature Management," Series "Economic Sciences," are accepted within the following deadlines: No. 1 – until April 25, No. 2 – until July 25, No. 3 – until October 25, No. 4 – until January 25.

The article should be formatted in the Word text editor (Din Next CYR font, size 12, line spacing – 1.0). The minimum length of the article is 10 pages in B5 format.

Margins: top – 3 cm, bottom – 2.2 cm, left and right – 2.5 cm. The header/footer margin is 1.5 cm. Pages should not be numbered. Automatic word wrap is prohibited!

Paragraph indentation – 1 cm.

The text should be organized in the following order:

  1. UDC index (bold, font size 12, left-aligned).
  2. JEL (Journal of Economic Literature) codes, formatted in bold, font size 12, right-aligned. The codes can be found at
  3. Names and surnames of authors (bold, font size 12) and their credentials (academic degree, academic rank, position, or level of education achievement) in Ukrainian. ORCID ID should be provided in square brackets (right-aligned).
  4. Name of the higher education institution/research institution/company/organization where each author works/studies (italic, font size 10).
  5. Title of the article in Ukrainian (uppercase, bold, centered, one line spacing after author information).
  6. Abstract consisting of 5–7 sentences and keywords (5–7 words) in Ukrainian. Abstract should be in bold, font size 11, and the phrase "keywords" should be in bold italics (justified). Keywords should be separated by commas (word 1, word 2, word 3). The length of keywords should not exceed 250 characters (including spaces). Each publication in a language other than Ukrainian should be accompanied by an abstract in Ukrainian of at least 1800 characters, including keywords.
  7. The main text of the article (font size 12, one line spacing after the abstract, paragraph indentation – 1 cm, justified). The scientific article should meet the requirements of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine and should include the following structural elements in the textual part:
    Materials and Methods
    Conclusion, which provides conclusions from the study and briefly presents prospects for further research in this direction.
  8. Tables are numbered sequentially with Arabic numerals. The word "Table" should be aligned to the right, and there should be no period at the end. The title of the table should be centered, and there should also be no period. If the table continues on the next page, write "Continuation of Table 1"; if the table is unnumbered, write "Continuation of the Table." The font size for the table text should be 11 points.
  9. Illustrations are also numbered sequentially with Arabic numerals and labeled at the bottom. The captions for illustrations should be centered. All elements of a single illustration should be grouped as one object if they are created as an MS Word drawing. The caption beneath the illustration should be marked with the abbreviated word "Fig.," and there should be no period at the end.
  10. There should be a one-line spacing between the caption and the main text.
  11. Formulas should be centered, with numbering aligned to the right margin. The main font size for formulas should be 13 points. Formulas should be created using the Microsoft Equation 3.0 editor (not a version lower than 3.0) or MathType. This also applies to formulas and formula symbols placed within the text.
  12. Rounded parentheses should be used throughout the text. Use consistent quotation marks (« »).
  13. Hyphens should not be separated by spaces. Degree signs, percentages, minutes, and seconds should not be separated by a space from the preceding number: 6%. Abbreviations following the degree sign should be separated by a space: 20º C. Dashes between words should be separated by a space.
  14. The reference list should be in 10-point font size (each source in the text must have a corresponding reference, e.g., [4, p. 7]). It should be placed at the end of the article and formatted according to the requirements of DSTU 8302:2015. Each source in the list should have at least one corresponding citation in the article's text. The absence of such citations may result in the rejection of the article for publication. The reference list should be continuous, and the reference numbers should be bolded. Sources should be presented in square brackets [1, P. 3]. The source number and page number should be separated by a comma and space, and the source number should be separated by a semicolon, e.g., [4], [5, P. 123], [6; 10]. A period should be placed after parentheses and citations within a sentence. It is advisable to include references to foreign publications in periodicals from recent years. Automatic in-text citations are prohibited!
  15. The reference list should be duplicated in English or transliterated into Latin characters using the service and presented according to the American Psychological Association (APA) style. To create a reference list in accordance with the international style of scientific publications, APA provides an automatic citation generator available on the website
  16. The author's last name, first name, patronymic, and affiliations (in English according to the transliteration regulations of Resolution No. 55 dated January 27, 2010) should be typed in bold font, and the organization or institution where the author works or studies, city, and ORCID ID should be in regular font.
  17. The title of the article in English should be in uppercase letters, bold font, and centered.
  18. Abstract (5-7 sentences) and Keywords (5-7 words) should be formatted in bold font, while the phrase "Keywords" should be in bold italics (justified alignment). The abstract should be informative, substantial, and should use the structure and terminology typical of the English language. Keywords/phrases should be separated by semicolons (word 1; word 2; word 3). The length of the keywords should not exceed 250 characters (including spaces). Each non-English publication should be accompanied by an abstract in English, with a minimum length of 1800 characters, including keywords.

The quality and content of the article are the responsibility of the author/authors and the reviewer.

For printing the article, materials should be submitted to the e-mail address in MS Word 97-2003 format.

Payment is made to the authors only after the completion of the manuscript's plagiarism check, peer review of the article in the journal's editorial board, and recommendation for publication.

The author agrees that direct or indirect use of the materials submitted to NUWЕЕ is done without payment of royalties, and also waives the right to receive a monetary amount from the sale of copies of the journal.

Articles for the Bulletin of the National University of Water and Environmental Engineering (Series "Economic Sciences") should be sent to the email address

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