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Author Guidelines

Detailed guidelines for authors:

  • The manuscript should be sent as an MS Word or compatible (rtf) file and a pdf file.
    The manuscript should not be longer than 20 standard typescript pages (1 page = 1800 characters; Times New Roman font, font size: 12, line spacing 1.5, margins: 2.5).
  • Illustrations in 300 dpi version with the extension Tiff should be sent in separate files, indicating their location in manuscript.
  • A written declaration of non-infringement of third party copyrights, signed by the Author, must be sent to the Editorial Office by mail or in an electronically signed file (trusted profile).
  • In the case of co-authorship, please indicate precisely the percentage contribution of the co-authors.
  • The appropriate communication address of the Editors should be clearly provided (in the case of co-authorship, please indicate the corresponding author).
  • Authors are responsible for obtaining the necessary approvals to publish any material under the copyright laws of third parties.

Manuscript preparation format (prepare the form). The main document should contain the following (in the order given):

  1. Title of the issues to which papers are sent
  2. Title of the article
    The title page should contain: the title of the issues to which the papers are submitted; title of the article; information about the author: name and surname academic title / academic degree / affiliation (with the relevant address in detail) e-mail address orcid ID (
  3. Abstract (up to 250 words). Suggestion to structure the abstract:
    • Purpose of the article,
    • Methodology,
    • Theoretical conclusions,
    • Practical conclusions,
    • Research limitations,
    • Original value,
  4. Keywords (3 to 5)
  5. Introduction, subsequent headings, conclusion (s)
  6. Final References (in APA)

Submission Preparation Checklist

All submissions must meet the following requirements.

  • A note about the author (or authors), giving the name, possible academic degree, academic center and business address and electronic address of each author.
  • Bibliography
  • The offered text containing the title and abstract (in a careful draft version, without the name of the author(s) and other information revealing the identity of the author(s).
  • In the case of original research articles and discussion notes, please also send: a) an abstract with a volume of not more than 250 words; b) 5-10 key passwords, both factual and personal, which will be placed in the index.


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  3. Personal data (name and surname, degree / academic title, address, affiliation or place of work, e-mail address, telephone number) of authors, co-authors, editors and reviewers cooperating with the Association of Management Innovators are used during the publishing process, i.e. publishing scientific publication pursuant to the provisions of art. 6 sec. 1 lit. b GDPR.
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  6. Personal data of authors, co-authors, editors and reviewers cooperating with the Journal may also be processed for marketing purposes. The legal basis for the processing of personal data for this purpose is the legitimate interest of the Personal Data Administrator - Art.6 par. 1 lit. f GDPR, and the data is stored for this purpose until a reasoned objection or request for data deletion is made, but not longer than for the time indicated in point 4 above.
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  10. Authors, co-authors, editors and reviewers cooperating with the Journal have the right to lodge a complaint with the President of the Personal Data Protection Office, if they believe that the processing of your personal data violates the provisions.
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