The recommended number of references is at least 35 for review papers and at least 25 for original papers. At least 50% of the references should be to papers published in the last 5 years. Self-citations should not make up more than 10–20% of all references. At least 20% of the references should be to foreign sources.
References may include scientific papers, monographs, collections of papers, conference proceedings, electronic resources (with access dates), and patents.
As a rule, references should not include dissertations and dissertation abstracts (these references are may only be included if the results of the research have not yet been published, or have not been presented in sufficient detail).
References should not include textbooks, teaching aids, lecture notes, GOST standards and other normative documents, laws and regulations, as well as archival documents (if these sources still have to be included, they are cited in footnotes ).
References are given at the end of the text and in the order they appear in the text. Each reference number is enclosed in square brackets. The number of citations in the text should correspond to the number of sources in the reference list.
All references must be formatted using the Harvard standard.
Bianchini S., Lissoni F., Pezzoni M., Zirulia L. (2016) The economics of research, consulting, and teaching quality: Theory and evidence from a technical university. Economics of Innovation and New Technology, 25, 668–691. https://doi.org/10.1080/10438599.2015.1114340
Petrakis P.E. (2014) Culture, growth and economic policy, Heidelberg: Springer
Paper in proceedings or collection
Gileva T.A., Galimova M.P., Babkin A.V., Gorshenina M.E. (2021) Strategic management of industrial enterprise digital maturity in a global economic space of the ecosystem economy. In: IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science, 816 (1), art. no. 012022
Gibbs, A. (2004), MBA Quality – An investigation into stakeholders’ perspectives, monograph, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, UK
Kline S.J., Rosenberg N. (1986) Overview of innovation. In: The Positive Sum Strategy: Harnessing Technology for Economic Growth (eds. R. Landau, N. Rosenberg). Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, 275-305
Messer L. (2015) 'Fancy Nancy' Optioned by Disney Junior. [online] Available at: http://abcnews.go.com/Entertainment/fancy-nancy-optioned-disney-junior-2017/story?id=29942496#.VRWbWJwmbs0.twitter [Accessed 31.03.2022]