The National Research University Higher School of Economics invites authors to submit articles for consideration for publication in the International Organisations Research Journal (IORJ).
IORJ is open to collaboration with expert organizations, research institutions and universities studying international institutions, development of education, social science, and innovation in national and international contexts. We welcome researchers and experts in international affairs, global governance, and socioeconomic policy. We cooperate with researchers and experts from international universities and organizations and aim to acquaint Russian readers with the findings from foreign authors’ research. IORJ accepts submissions from postgraduate students from Russian, CIS and foreign universities. Our target audience includes heads and specialists from research organisations, government ministries and agencies, Russian and international experts, and the international academic community.
We look forward to seeing you among our authors!
For your attention:
IORJ is available for free. Articles should comply with the journal’s themes, be scientifically rigorous and follow the submission requirements. Failure to prepare a manuscript according to these requirements may lead to its rejection.
All submissions undergo anonymous peer reviewing. IORJ editorial staff will inform authors of the outcomes of the peer-review process.
If the article is accepted for publication, a licence agreement is signed with the authors. It is a condition of publication that authors grant a nonexclusive licence to the National Research University Higher School of Economics.
All manuscripts should be sent by e-mail to email@example.com with the subject “International Organisations Research Journal.”
1. The article (research, analytical) should be original and not previously published.
2. The article should be written in clear Russian or English and easily understandable by specialists in the field as well as by a wide audience interested in reliable information and its further discussion. If the article is translated into Russian or English, or if it is written by authors whose first language is not Russian or English, it must either be professionally translated or proofread by a native speaker before submission.
3. The length of the article including notes and tables should be about 8000 words in English or 40 000 characters in Russian.
4. The text should be 1.5 spaced; margins: top and bottom – 2.5 cm, left and right – 3 cm; font: Times New Roman; font size: title, author names – 14; text – 12; footnotes – 10.
5. The first page of the article should include the following information:
· Full names of all authors;
· Details of all authors (academic degree, position, full postal address of affiliation, e-mail);
· Article title;
· Key words (6-8); and
6. The abstract should:
· consist of 250-300 words;
· provide a comprehensive understanding of the article;
· reflect the key ideas and describe the research methods and findings;
· follow the logic of the description as presented in the article.
7. Explanatory notes should be in the form of footnotes.
8. The reference list should be alphabetical and prepared according to the Harvard System of Referencing.
9. Black and white images are recommended for use in all figures (charts, diagrams, line drawings, web pages/screenshots). If the image was created in Excel, the original Excel file with data must be included. Images created by other means should be submitted in jpg or tiff format with a minimum dpi of 300. (Note that authors may be asked to edit such images if changes are required as a result of the editorial and production process.)
10. Authors are responsible for obtaining copyright permission for any data or images they did not create themselves.