Scientific journal Bulletin of the National Institute of Business
The scientific journal Bulletin of the National Institute of Business acts as a link between scientists and wide audience of readers, providing the opportunity to communicate and open access to the information. The main goal of the journal is to publish high-quality research and modern scientific data on economics, which will be available to a wide range of readers. This journal is useful for the development of scientific research, enterprises and companies of various forms of ownership, because it provides answers to questions to broaden horizons.
According to the open access policy, immediately after the next issue of the journal is published, all published works are posted on the website of the Bulletin. The full texts of these articles are available for review, without any fees or special conditions. Access to articles is unlimited. Articles can be found on the official website of the journal, the RSCI, the CyberLeninka Scientific Electronic Library, etc. The journal is indexed in international scientometric databases and seeks to expand their list.
Terms of publication
After submitting the manuscript to the editorial board of the journal "Bulletin of the National Institute of Business", the paper pass the following:
- checking by the editorial board for the presence of a complete set of documents, correlation of the paper to the subject of the journal, the correctness of the text and the presence of all the necessary sections of the article;
- two-level quality control of the manuscript: peer review and plagiarism check.
This check takes 3 weeks, during which the author is informed about the passage of one or another stage.
If the article fully meets all the requirements, then it can be published in the current issue of the journal.
Peer review is a review and expert assessment of a scientific article submitted for publication in order to determine its level of preparation, the feasibility of publication, and compliance with requirements. This process is important for the author in order to improve the skills of presenting scientific results and for a journal that seeks to publish only high-quality and proven articles of a high scientific and technical level.
Therefore, the review of all articles submitted for publication to the Bulletin of the National Institute of Business is a mandatory procedure.
Experts with an academic degree and a list of published articles in prestigious journals on the topic of the reviewed article are involved in peer review. Reviewers act on behalf of the scientific journal, study the manuscript and give an opinion on the expediency of its publication in the presented form.
In the Bulletin of the National Institute of Business, a two-tier system of reviewing articles has been adopted. Plagiarism is checked first. If the check is successful, then the manuscript is sent for two-way "blind" review (double-blind - the author and the reviewer do not know about each other, there is no conflict of interest between them, they have no joint work). This procedure is mandatory for all articles.
The reviewer evaluates:
- relevance of the topic and scientific novelty;
- the presence of structural elements, including detailed conclusions;
- style of presentation, the author's ability to operate with terminology.
All conclusions, remarks, advantages and disadvantages of the article are stated in the expert conclusion - reviews. When using the double-blind system, the comments of the reviewer are objective and principled, aimed exclusively at improving the scientific and methodological level of the manuscript. The originals of the reviews are kept in the editorial office for 5 years.
An article that fully complies with the editorial requirements and has scientific value is recommended for publication. This means that it will be included in the current issue of the journal.
A manuscript with fixable issues is sent to the author for revision. At the same time, the author receives a list of comments that need to be corrected or indicate the reasons why these article should be presented exactly in the form stated by the author.
After correcting the shortcomings, the work is submitted for re-review to the same expert or another scientist.
Papers in which multiple fraudulent borrowings are noted, have significant flaws and a low level of scientific value are rejected by the editorial board and are not reviewed again.