Обложка журнала
Title (English)
JOURNAL OF REGIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL COMPETITIVENESS
Language of publication
English, Russian
ISSN
2782-1927 (online)
Russian science citation index:
Yes 76118
Russian higher attestation Commission:
Yes K3

For Authors

AUTHOR GUIDELINES

Preparing the manuscript, authors are kindly requested to adhere to the following guidelines.

These guidelines prepared in accordance with COPE (Committee on Publication Ethics) and EASE (European Association of Science Editors) guidelines.

By submitting the manuscript, the author warrants that the paper is an original work that has not been previously published in Russian or other languages. If the paper has already been published, the author must inform the Editorial Team about the previous publication and provide written consent of the copyright holder to republish the paper. If the manuscript was written by more than one author, filling the author contributions is needed.

We do not accept:

  • previously published works or simultaneous submissions
  • submissions not meeting the below content and layout requirements

An eligible article should have the following structure:

An eligible article should have the following structure:

A. Article details

B. Article text

C. Acknowledgements

D. Information about the conflict of interest

E. References

A. Article details

The following information should precede the article text (both in Russian and English languages):

  • initial letter of the given name and surname of the author (names of multiple authors should be separated by commas), academic degree and title, official place of work and position (full official name of the organization), contact e-mail address (to be published in the journal) for each author, ORCID iD or e-library SPIN-code
  • article title
  • abstract (200-250 words; the abstract should outline the contents of the article: goals, objective and methods of research, and a short conclusion)
  • keywords (up to 10)
  • JEL codes

B. Article text

General Requirements

The editorial office accepts manuscripts not exceeding 20 pages (format settings: Times New Roman, 12pt, 1.15 line spacing, page layout: 2 cm margins on all sides, standard tab (1.27 cm)), i.e. 40,000 characters (including spaces). We only accept articles submitted as .doc/docx files.

The translation from native languages should be made by professional translators or edited by proof-readers. Machine translations will be rejected. English-language papers should be written in accordance with the rules of punctuation, spelling and syntax.

The manuscript should be structured:  

  • For research articles, the IMRAD (Introduction, Methods, Results and Discussion) format is preferred.
  • For theoretical articles and reviews, the sections "Introduction", "Methods" or “Main part” and "Results" or "Conclusion" are required.

Unstructured manuscripts are not accepted for consideration.

Tables. Tables should be formatted as MS Word tables. The text and numbers within cells should be aligned using standard tools rather than spaces or empty lines. All tables should be numbered (consecutive numbering). The author should indicate the sources of the data given in the tables. All tables should be referenced in the text of the article.

Figures. The figures should be created in a format that allows editing and configuration changes without further recourse to the author. The figures created by other means than MS Word should have *jpeg (*jpg), or *tiff extension, with a resolution not less than 300 dpi. Graphs generated using specialized software should be saved or exported as PDF-document. All figures should be numbered (consecutive numbering). If the figure is not original the author’s obligation is to indicate the authorship.

Formulas. All formulas presented in the article should be numbered. The formulas should be editable and typed in MS Equation Editor or MathType. The automatic formula numbering and cross-references to the formulas or the reference list are unacceptable.

Citation. The Journal uses the Harvard citation style. All sources referred to by the author should be mentioned in the text of the article. When creating a list of references, the author should refer to works available to reviewers and readers. Self-citation (inclusion the authors' works in the list of references) is allowed (however, no more than 10% of all references).

Links to Internet sources (news, reports, forums, videos), legal documents (laws, regulations, acts, etc.), statistical collections, newspaper publications, study guides should be put in footnotes (not in the list of sources). It is accepted to refer to dissertations/theses if these texts are available to the reader. Unpublished sources should not be referenced. For all Internet sources, including in footnotes, the date of access should be indicated.

C. Acknowledgements

The section includes all sources of external funding influencing the results, as well as information on people who contributed to the study but was not an author.

D. Information about the conflict of interest

The article should include any actual or potential conflict of interest. If there is no conflict of interest, author should write that "the author declares no conflict of interest."

E. References

The list of references in Latin script should be formatted according to the APA standard.

The reference list should include only the sources you refer to in the article. References should be arranged in alphabetical order.

All titles in Russian should be accompanied with their translations into English, with the words “(In Russian)”, enclosed in parentheses, at the end.

 

PUBLICATION FEE

Publication in “Journal of regional and international competitiveness” is free of charge for all the authors.

The journal doesn't have any article processing or submission charges.

 

COPYRIGHT AND PUBLICATION RIGHTS

All articles are published under an Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY-NC). This license allows reusers to distribute, remix, adapt, and build upon the material in any medium or format for noncommercial purposes only, and only so long as attribution is given to the creator.

It includes the following elements:

BY – Credit must be given to the creator

NC – Only noncommercial uses of the work are permitted

The author retains copyright and reserves the right to use the paper and its parts in their scientific research by including reference to the original publication in the Journal. Once published, a paper may only be republished after obtaining the written consent of the Journal, indicating copyright and referencing the publication in the Journal.

By submitting an article for publication to the Editorial Team, the author grants the Journal the following rights:

  • the right to reproduce, publish, distribute and archive the paper or its parts in any form. Each copy of the paper must contain the name of the author (authors) of the Paper, copyright and license type (CC BY-NC 4.0);
  • the right to put it into the public domain;
  • the right to use metadata of the paper by distributing them and putting in the public domain and including them in various databases and information systems;
  • to store and process personal data.

 

DERIVATION AND PLAGIARISM

“Journal of regional and international competitiveness” use native russian-language plagiarism detection software Antiplagiat to check the submissions. If plagiarism is identified, the COPE guidelines on plagiarism will be followed.

Rastvortseva Svetlana Nikolaevna  — Chief Editor
Russian Federation
Shkiotov Sergei  — Deputy Chief Editor
Yaroslavl State Technical University (Institut ekonomiki i menedzhmenta, docent)
Yaroslavl', Yaroslavl, Russian Federation
ORCID:0000-0002-6070-3950
Markin Maksim  — Executive editor
Yaroslavl State Technical University (Institut ekonomiki i menedzhmenta)
employee
Yaroslavl, Yaroslavl, Russian Federation
ORCID:0000-0002-4608-2780
Gordeev Valery  — Scientific consultant
Yaroslavl State Technical University (Department of Economics and Management)
employee
doctor of economic sciences
professor
Yaroslavl', Yaroslavl, Russian Federation
ORCID:0000-0002-1147-2295
Baynev Valery  — Member of the editorial board
Belorusskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet
doctor of economic sciences
professor
Minsk, Belarus
Voeykov Mihail Illarionovich  — Member of the editorial board
Institut Ekonomiki Rossiyskoy Akademii Nauk

Rodina Galina  — Member of the editorial board
Yaroslavl State Technical University
employee from 01.01.2015 until now
doctor of economic sciences
professor
Yaroslavl, Yaroslavl, Russian Federation
ORCID:0000-0002-2195-8600
Ladislav Zhak  — Member of the editorial board
candidate of economic sciences
Praga, Czech Republic
ORCID:0000-0003-1460-4369
Zharovvi Aleksey  — Member of the editorial board
Yaroslavl State Technical University
Yaroslavl, Russian Federation
Chub Anna  — Member of the editorial board
Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation (Kafedra "Upravlenie personalom i psihologiya", Professor)
employee
doctor of economic sciences
docent
Moskva, Moscow, Russian Federation
Shelegeda Bella Grigor'evna  — Member of the editorial board
FGBOU VO Doneckiy nacional'nyy tehnicheskiy universitet

ORCID:0000-0001-6821-6877
Yudina Tamara N  — Member of the editorial board
Lomonosov Moscow State University (Senior Researcher)
doctor of economic sciences
docent
Moscow, Russian Federation
ORCID:0000-0002-2195-8600
Harchenko Konstantin Vladimirovich  — Member of the editorial board
Federal'nyy nauchno-issledovatel'skiy sociologicheskiy centr Rossiyskoy akademii nauk (FNISC RAN)
Russian Federation
ORCID:0000-0003-3329-7755
Starikova Mariya Sergeevna  — Member of the editorial board
Belgorod State Technological University named after V.G. Shukhov
doctor of economic sciences
Belgorod, Russian Federation
ORCID:0000-0002-5293-9402
Belova Lyudmila Georgievna  — Member of the editorial board
Lomonosov Moscow State University
Russian Federation
ORCID:0000-0001-8028-0230
Andreeva Elena  — Member of the editorial board
Institute of Economics, Russian Academy of Sciences Ural Branch (Center for Regional Comparative Studies, chief)
doctor of economic sciences
professor
Ekaterinburg, Ekaterinburg, Russian Federation
ORCID:0000-0003-4975-0905
Irodova Elena Evgen'evna  — Member of the editorial board
FGBOU VPO «Ivanovskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet»
Ivanovo, Ivanovo, Russian Federation
ORCID:0000-0002-3496-6642
DEFINING COMPETITIVENESS
GLOBAL COMPETITIVENESS
REGIONS COMPETITIVENESS
NATIONAL COMPETITIVENESS
YOUNG SCIENCE
INDUSTRY COMPETITIVENESS
OPEN DISCUSSION
GLOBAL COMPETITIVENESS
Publisher
Yaroslavl State Technical University
Founder
Yaroslavl State Technical University
Date of registration of the certificate(online)
30.12.2020

Policies

 

PUBLISHING ETHICS

The journal's publisher, Yaroslavl State Technical University, is a member of the Association of Scientific Editors and Publishers (ASEP), Russia.

The actual standards relied on by the “Journal of regional and international competitiveness” are those developed by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), as well as the declaration of "Ethical Principles of Scientific Publications", adopted by ASEP: https://rassep.ru/sovet-po-etike/manifesty/deklaratsiya/

1. Responsibility of the editors of the Journal

1.1 Editors are personally and independently responsible for the content of the materials published and recognize that responsibility. The reliability of the work in question and its scientific significance should always be the basis in the decision to publish.

1.2 Editors make fair and objective decisions, regardless of any commercial considerations and provide a fair and efficient process for the independent review.

1.3 Editors evaluate manuscripts intellectual content without regard to race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, origin, nationality, and/or the political preferences of the authors.

1.4 Editors do not work with articles for which they have a conflict of interest.

1.5 Editors publish corrections, clarifications and retractions when needed.

2. Responsibility of the reviewers of the Journal

2.1. Reviewer accepts materials for review only if the reviewer can ensure the quality of his/her work. A reviewer should decline to review a manuscript if she/he feels technically unqualified, if a timely review can't be done.

2.2 Reviewer notifies the Editorial Team of any conflict of interest (if one exists) before the start of the review of the materials.

2.3 Reviewer does not send information about the manuscript and or any of the data contained within the materials to any third party. Reviewer should treat the manuscript as confidential.

2.4 Reviewer does not use the information obtained from the manuscript for any personal and or commercial purposes.

2.5 Reviewer does not make conclusions about the quality of the manuscript on the basis of subjective data, e.g. the personal relationship to the author, gender, age, religion, etc.

2.6 Reviewer should clearly support and justify the basis for their review analysis.

2.7 All reviewers work on a voluntary basis and are not paid for their work.

3. Responsibility of the authors of the manuscript

3.1 Author are expected to adhere to the following ethical guidelines. When submitting the manuscript to the Journal the author accepts these standards of publication ethics.

3.2 Author submits materials for review, which have not been previously published. If the materials has been published, the author must provide the permission letter of the copyright holder to reprint the article.

3.3 Author does not submit the same article to different journals for review.

3.4 All co-authors consent to the submission of their articles to the journal.

3.5 Author informs the Editorial Team of a potential conflict of interest.

3.6 Author takes all the necessary steps to ensure the correctness of citations in the submitted materials. Author correctly cites his/her previous work as to avoid self-plagerism in the manuscript.

3.7 Author's central obligation is to present an accurate and complete account of the research performed, absolutely avoiding deception, including the data collected or used, as well as an objective discussion of the significance of the research. Plagiarism is not acceptable in the Journal.

3.8 Author may be asked to provide the raw data in connection with a paper for editorial review and should be prepared to provide public access to such data. Author properly corresponds with the reviewer through contact with the Chief Editor and responds to comments and observations if they arise.

3.8 Author, who is acting as the contact with Journal, informs all other co-authors of all changes and suggestions from the Editorial Team, and does not make decisions regarding the article alone without the written consent of all co-authors.

4. The responsibility of the publisher of the Journal

4.1 Publisher of the “Journal of regional and international competitiveness” is Yaroslavl State Technical University.

4.2 Publisher does not affect the editorial policy of the Journal.

5 .Intellectual property

The intellectual property issues are regulated by legislation of Russian Federation and relevant international norms and agreements. Editorial Team should be sensitive to intellectual property issues and have to collaborate with the juridical department of University to avoid any violence of intellectual property laws and conventions.

 

PEER REVIEW POLICY

Manuscripts are selected for publication in the Journal according to the below procedure.

1. An incoming manuscript is registered and subjected to primary evaluation against the following formal and qualitative criteria: consistency with the general subjects of the Journal; compliance with content and layout requirements; logical and literate writing in English. Articles failing to meet these requirements will not be accepted for review, and the editors will notify the author accordingly, usually within 10 days of receiving the manuscript by the Editorial Team.

2. A manuscript accepted for review will be assigned to a member of the Editorial Team, who will communicate with the author regarding all further matters and forward the manuscript to be reviewed by experts recognized in the subject field of the article under review and having published on the topic of the article within the last three years. In disputable cases, an article may be sent to more than two experts, including external experts as well as Editorial Board members.

3, The Journal conducts a double-blind peer review of manuscripts received. The reviewer reviews the manuscript without knowledge of the authors' names. Likewise, the author does not know the name of the reviewer. Reviews usually take four to six weeks on average to complete.

4. Each review should:

  • evaluate the essence of the paper and its chances of being published
  • list of specific errors (if any)
  • suggest revisions (if any)

5. A reviewed article may be accepted for publication (5.1), returned to the author for revision (5.2), or rejected (5.3). The copies of the reviews are sent to the authors if needed.

   5.1. In case of a positive review, the editors will include the article in the portfolio for the final editorial preparation for publication (see point 6).

   5.2. Revised articles should be re-submitted to the reviewers, who will evaluate whether the revisions are consistent with their comments and/or whether the author’s refusal to revise on certain comments is reasonable. If the author declines revision, the manuscript will be withdrawn from consideration and rejected.

   5.3. In case of a negative review, the article will be considered by the Editorial Board’s working group, who will either decide on rejecting the article or on obtaining an additional review from an independent expert. The author will be notified if his/her article is rejected.

6. The authors have the right to argue the decision of reviewer to reject the manuscript and to remove it from consideration. To do this, they should send an appeal to the editorial board, addressed to the Chief Editor or Deputy Chief Editor. The appeal should include detailed reasons for the authors' disagreement with the decision of the reviewer, give reasons in favor of revising the decision, and send the revised manuscript (if such revision is appropriate). If authors and reviewers meet insoluble contradictions regarding revision of the manuscript, the Chief Editor resolves the conflict by his own authority. The decisions made by the Chief Editor are not subject to challenge.

7. The Chief Editor or Deputy Chief Editor will make and approve the final decision on the article publication date according to the usual work procedure, when compiling and structuring issues for publication. The author is informed of the final editorial decision.

8. Reviews are being kept in the editorial office for 5 years. Editors are obliged to send the copies of the reviews to the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation in case a relevant query comes in.

9. Manuscript reviews since 2023 are published on the platform of the Scientific Electronic Library (e-Library).

 

AUTHORSHIP POLICY

Authorship should be limited to those who have made a significant contribution to the conception, design, execution, or interpretation of the reported article. All those who have made significant contributions should be listed as co-authors. Where there are others who have participated in certain aspects of the article, they should be acknowledged.

 

RETRACTION POLICY

The article will be officially retracted at any stage of review or after publication if the editors or readers reveal a violation of the requirements of publication ethics.

The reasons for retraction may be the following:

  • plagiarism
  • third party expresses claims concerning copyrights for the article or its parts
  • published article has serious errors, which place its scientific value in question
  • author's request

In such cases the Editorial Team should initiate the revision, after which the article may be retracted. The Act on retraction is complied, which is signed by the Chief Editor or Deputy Chief Editor. The copy of the Act is being sent to the author of the article.

Notices of retraction appear in the next issue of the Journal. Retracted articles must be removed from the reference lists. The paper is retracted from all bibliographic databases, where the Journal is indexed and abstracted.

 

POLICY OF DISCLOSURE AND CONFLICTS OF INTEREST

Unpublished data from manuscripts submitted for consideration can’t be used for any personal research. Any information obtained through peer review and related process, which potentially can be beneficial to any party other than the author, must be kept confidential and not be used for personal gain.

Reviewers should not participate in the examination of manuscripts in the event of a conflict of interest that is a result of any competitive, cooperative, and or other interactions and relationships with any of the authors, companies, and or other organizations involved in the creation or presentation of the works.

 

OPEN ACCESS POLICY

“Journal of regional and international competitiveness” is an open access journal and is subject to the CC BY-NC license.

Journal open access policy is in accordance with the Budapest Open Access Initiative (BOAI) definition – it means that articles have free availability on the public internet, permitting any users to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of these articles, crawl them for indexing, pass them as data to software, or use them for any other lawful purpose, without financial, legal, or technical barriers other than those inseparable from gaining access to the internet itself.

All papers are assigned a Digital Object Identifier (doi).

 

FINANCIAL POLICY

“Journal of regional and international competitiveness” is funded by Yaroslavl State Technical University (founder and publisher of the Journal).

 

ADVERTISING POLICY

The Journal does not publish materials to accompany the advertising and does not sell advertising. All decisions on advertising placement are only accepted by the publisher. The Editorial Team reserve the right not to accept advertising materials, placement does not meet the publication policy.

 

PREPRINTS POLICY

Articles, which have been previously posted by the author on personal and or public websites that have no relationship to any other publishers, are allowed to be submitted to the journal.

For Authors

AUTHOR GUIDELINES

Preparing the manuscript, authors are kindly requested to adhere to the following guidelines.

These guidelines prepared in accordance with COPE (Committee on Publication Ethics) and EASE (European Association of Science Editors) guidelines.

By submitting the manuscript, the author warrants that the paper is an original work that has not been previously published in Russian or other languages. If the paper has already been published, the author must inform the Editorial Team about the previous publication and provide written consent of the copyright holder to republish the paper. If the manuscript was written by more than one author, filling the author contributions is needed.

We do not accept:

  • previously published works or simultaneous submissions
  • submissions not meeting the below content and layout requirements

An eligible article should have the following structure:

An eligible article should have the following structure:

A. Article details

B. Article text

C. Acknowledgements

D. Information about the conflict of interest

E. References

A. Article details

The following information should precede the article text (both in Russian and English languages):

  • initial letter of the given name and surname of the author (names of multiple authors should be separated by commas), academic degree and title, official place of work and position (full official name of the organization), contact e-mail address (to be published in the journal) for each author, ORCID iD or e-library SPIN-code
  • article title
  • abstract (200-250 words; the abstract should outline the contents of the article: goals, objective and methods of research, and a short conclusion)
  • keywords (up to 10)
  • JEL codes

B. Article text

General Requirements

The editorial office accepts manuscripts not exceeding 20 pages (format settings: Times New Roman, 12pt, 1.15 line spacing, page layout: 2 cm margins on all sides, standard tab (1.27 cm)), i.e. 40,000 characters (including spaces). We only accept articles submitted as .doc/docx files.

The translation from native languages should be made by professional translators or edited by proof-readers. Machine translations will be rejected. English-language papers should be written in accordance with the rules of punctuation, spelling and syntax.

The manuscript should be structured:  

  • For research articles, the IMRAD (Introduction, Methods, Results and Discussion) format is preferred.
  • For theoretical articles and reviews, the sections "Introduction", "Methods" or “Main part” and "Results" or "Conclusion" are required.

Unstructured manuscripts are not accepted for consideration.

Tables. Tables should be formatted as MS Word tables. The text and numbers within cells should be aligned using standard tools rather than spaces or empty lines. All tables should be numbered (consecutive numbering). The author should indicate the sources of the data given in the tables. All tables should be referenced in the text of the article.

Figures. The figures should be created in a format that allows editing and configuration changes without further recourse to the author. The figures created by other means than MS Word should have *jpeg (*jpg), or *tiff extension, with a resolution not less than 300 dpi. Graphs generated using specialized software should be saved or exported as PDF-document. All figures should be numbered (consecutive numbering). If the figure is not original the author’s obligation is to indicate the authorship.

Formulas. All formulas presented in the article should be numbered. The formulas should be editable and typed in MS Equation Editor or MathType. The automatic formula numbering and cross-references to the formulas or the reference list are unacceptable.

Citation. The Journal uses the Harvard citation style. All sources referred to by the author should be mentioned in the text of the article. When creating a list of references, the author should refer to works available to reviewers and readers. Self-citation (inclusion the authors' works in the list of references) is allowed (however, no more than 10% of all references).

Links to Internet sources (news, reports, forums, videos), legal documents (laws, regulations, acts, etc.), statistical collections, newspaper publications, study guides should be put in footnotes (not in the list of sources). It is accepted to refer to dissertations/theses if these texts are available to the reader. Unpublished sources should not be referenced. For all Internet sources, including in footnotes, the date of access should be indicated.

C. Acknowledgements

The section includes all sources of external funding influencing the results, as well as information on people who contributed to the study but was not an author.

D. Information about the conflict of interest

The article should include any actual or potential conflict of interest. If there is no conflict of interest, author should write that "the author declares no conflict of interest."

E. References

The list of references in Latin script should be formatted according to the APA standard.

The reference list should include only the sources you refer to in the article. References should be arranged in alphabetical order.

All titles in Russian should be accompanied with their translations into English, with the words “(In Russian)”, enclosed in parentheses, at the end.

 

PUBLICATION FEE

Publication in “Journal of regional and international competitiveness” is free of charge for all the authors.

The journal doesn't have any article processing or submission charges.

 

COPYRIGHT AND PUBLICATION RIGHTS

All articles are published under an Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY-NC). This license allows reusers to distribute, remix, adapt, and build upon the material in any medium or format for noncommercial purposes only, and only so long as attribution is given to the creator.

It includes the following elements:

BY – Credit must be given to the creator

NC – Only noncommercial uses of the work are permitted

The author retains copyright and reserves the right to use the paper and its parts in their scientific research by including reference to the original publication in the Journal. Once published, a paper may only be republished after obtaining the written consent of the Journal, indicating copyright and referencing the publication in the Journal.

By submitting an article for publication to the Editorial Team, the author grants the Journal the following rights:

  • the right to reproduce, publish, distribute and archive the paper or its parts in any form. Each copy of the paper must contain the name of the author (authors) of the Paper, copyright and license type (CC BY-NC 4.0);
  • the right to put it into the public domain;
  • the right to use metadata of the paper by distributing them and putting in the public domain and including them in various databases and information systems;
  • to store and process personal data.

 

DERIVATION AND PLAGIARISM

“Journal of regional and international competitiveness” use native russian-language plagiarism detection software Antiplagiat to check the submissions. If plagiarism is identified, the COPE guidelines on plagiarism will be followed.

                        Berendeeva Alla
Berendeeva Alla FGBOU VO «Ivanovskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet»
doctor of economic sciences

docent

ORCID:0000-0001-7537-8241
                        Berendeeva Olga
Berendeeva Olga Ivanovo Industrial and Economic College


                        Bondarenko Irina
Bondarenko Irina Higher School of Economics


ORCID:0009-0002-2483-8193
                        Bulavko Olga
Bulavko Olga Samara State University of Economics
doctor of economic sciences

professor

ORCID:0000-0002-9653-4220
                        Mityashin Gleb
Mityashin Gleb Peter the Great Saint-Petersburg Polytechnic University (Specialist po uchebno-metodicheskoy rabote Vysshey shkoly servisa i torgovli)


ORCID:0000-0003-0416-7556
                        Nagiev Muhammad
Nagiev Muhammad Azerbaijan State Oil and Industry University


                        Rastvortseva Svetlana
Rastvortseva Svetlana National Research University of Economics (Department of World Economy and International Affairs, prof.)
employee
doctor of economic sciences

professor

ORCID:0000-0002-1599-359X
                        Rodin Vladimir
Rodin Vladimir Firs Shishigin Yaroslavl State Theatrical Institute (Kandidat filosofskih nauk)
candidate of philosophical sciences

docent

ORCID:0000-0002-3783-4389
                        Rodina Galina
Rodina Galina Yaroslavl State Technical University
employee from 01.01.2015 until now
doctor of economic sciences

professor

ORCID:0000-0002-2195-8600
                        Tebekin Alexey
Tebekin Alexey Moscow State Institute of International Relations (University) MFA of Russia (department of management, professor)
doctor of economic sciences ,
doctor of technical sciences

professor

                        Tikhonova Anna
Tikhonova Anna National Research University Higher School of Economics


ORCID:0009-0007-4898-0203
                        Tianyu XIE
Tianyu XIE Lomonosov Moscow State University
student


ORCID:0009-0001-1319-6562
Rastvortseva Svetlana Nikolaevna  — Chief Editor

Russian Federation
Shkiotov Sergei  — Deputy Chief Editor
Yaroslavl State Technical University (Institut ekonomiki i menedzhmenta, docent)

Yaroslavl', Yaroslavl, Russian Federation
ORCID:0000-0002-6070-3950
Markin Maksim  — Executive editor
Yaroslavl State Technical University (Institut ekonomiki i menedzhmenta)
employee

Yaroslavl, Yaroslavl, Russian Federation
ORCID:0000-0002-4608-2780
Gordeev Valery  — Scientific consultant
Yaroslavl State Technical University (Department of Economics and Management)
employee
doctor of economic sciences

professor
Yaroslavl', Yaroslavl, Russian Federation
ORCID:0000-0002-1147-2295
Baynev Valery  — Member of the editorial board
Belorusskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet
doctor of economic sciences

professor
Minsk, Belarus
Voeykov Mihail Illarionovich  — Member of the editorial board
Institut Ekonomiki Rossiyskoy Akademii Nauk


Rodina Galina  — Member of the editorial board
Yaroslavl State Technical University
employee from 01.01.2015 until now
doctor of economic sciences

professor
Yaroslavl, Yaroslavl, Russian Federation
ORCID:0000-0002-2195-8600
Ladislav Zhak  — Member of the editorial board
candidate of economic sciences

Praga, Czech Republic
ORCID:0000-0003-1460-4369
Zharovvi Aleksey  — Member of the editorial board
Yaroslavl State Technical University

Yaroslavl, Russian Federation
Chub Anna  — Member of the editorial board
Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation (Kafedra "Upravlenie personalom i psihologiya", Professor)
employee
doctor of economic sciences

docent
Moskva, Moscow, Russian Federation
Shelegeda Bella Grigor'evna  — Member of the editorial board
FGBOU VO Doneckiy nacional'nyy tehnicheskiy universitet


ORCID:0000-0001-6821-6877
Yudina Tamara N  — Member of the editorial board
Lomonosov Moscow State University (Senior Researcher)
doctor of economic sciences

docent
Moscow, Russian Federation
ORCID:0000-0002-2195-8600
Harchenko Konstantin Vladimirovich  — Member of the editorial board
Federal'nyy nauchno-issledovatel'skiy sociologicheskiy centr Rossiyskoy akademii nauk (FNISC RAN)

Russian Federation
ORCID:0000-0003-3329-7755
Starikova Mariya Sergeevna  — Member of the editorial board
Belgorod State Technological University named after V.G. Shukhov
doctor of economic sciences

Belgorod, Russian Federation
ORCID:0000-0002-5293-9402
Belova Lyudmila Georgievna  — Member of the editorial board
Lomonosov Moscow State University

Russian Federation
ORCID:0000-0001-8028-0230
Andreeva Elena  — Member of the editorial board
Institute of Economics, Russian Academy of Sciences Ural Branch (Center for Regional Comparative Studies, chief)
doctor of economic sciences

professor
Ekaterinburg, Ekaterinburg, Russian Federation
ORCID:0000-0003-4975-0905
Irodova Elena Evgen'evna  — Member of the editorial board
FGBOU VPO «Ivanovskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet»

Ivanovo, Ivanovo, Russian Federation
ORCID:0000-0002-3496-6642

VAC

Code 5.2
Name Экономика

Mission

Scientific and practical peer-reviewed journal

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Journal of regional and international competitiveness — theoretical and practical journal dedicated to the issues of international and regional competitiveness.

The mission of the journal is to create and spread modern economic knowledge, publish the most interesting results of scientific research in the field of international and regional competitiveness, and to serve as an helpful forum for professional discussion of a broad spectrum of fundamental problems of competitiveness.

The journal accepts the following for publication: original articles, translations of published articles from Russian language journals (with the consent of the right holder for the translation and publication), reviews, events reports, and book reviews.

“Journal of regional and international competitiveness” is an open access journal and is subject to the CC BY-NC license.

The journal is covered by the following abstracting and indexing services: e-LibraryCyberLeninkaGoogle Scholar.




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