The first issue of the journal «Property Relations in the Russian Federation «was published in 2001

 

The contents of all previously published issues of the magazine, combined in one file, can be viewed here, and annotations, key words and full texts of scientific articles on the portals of electronic library systems «NEB», «KyberLeninka» and «RUKONT».

 

The founder and publisher of the magazine is the oldest educational institution in Russia in the field of evaluation «International Academy of Evaluation and Consulting».

 

The publication is registered in the Ministry of the Russian Federation for Press, Broadcasting and Mass Media. The registration certificate of PI No. 77-7264 of 19.02.2001. ISSN 2072-4098.

 

The journal is included in the List of leading peer-reviewed scientific journals and publications in which the main scientific results of the thesis for the degree of doctor and candidate of science should be published. The latest edition of the List is posted on the website of the Higher Attestation Commission (our magazine is roughly at 682nd position), and the decision of the Academic Council of Moscow State University on recommendation of the Academic Council of the Faculty of Law is recommended for publication of articles by dissertators and applicants in the areas of legal sciences listed below.

We offer post-graduate students, applicants and doctoral candidates to post on their pages our articles corresponding to the headings of the publication. The requirements for the materials are available below.

 

The journal's materials are placed on the Internet, in addition to the sites of scientific electronic libraries, in the information bases of SPS «Garant» and «ConsultantPlus».

The edition is registered in the system of the Russian index of scientific citation.

Since 2013 abstracts of all scientific articles are published in the All-Russian Institute of Scientific and Technical Information of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

 

Texts of articles published in the journal from 2003 to the last year inclusive can be obtained in free access on the NEB and KyberLeninka portals, for fee on the RUKONT portal, for the current year for a small fee on the NEB website. Annotations and key words in Russian and English for all scientific articles and reviews published in the journal from 2009 to the present are placed in the public domain on these portals.

 

The concept is an all-Russian information-analytical and scientific-practical journal the only monthly publication included in the Higher Attestation Commission list, regularly covering practically all economic and legal aspects of property relations in our country.

 

Topics and scientific directions of the journal, formulated in accordance with the requirements of the Higher Attestation Commission in accordance with the current nomenclature of specialties of scientific workers, are as follows:

 

ECONOMIC SCIENCES (08.00.00)

Economy and management of national economy

• property policy issues

• land issue

• property management

• evaluation of various objects

• crisis management

• judicial practice in the sphere of property relations

 

Finance, money circulation and credit

• property management

• evaluation of various objects

 

LEGAL SCIENCES (12.00.00)

Civil law

• property policy issues

• land issue

• property management

• judicial practice in the sphere of property relations

 

Financial right; tax law

• property policy issues

• property management

 

Land law; natural resource law; environmental law; agrarian law

• property policy issues

• land issue

• judicial practice in the sphere of property relations

 

Administrative law

• property policy issues

• property management

• judicial practice in the sphere of property relations

 

Our authors are leading specialists of the largest Russian companies, certified appraisers, legal advisers of leading Russian companies, researchers and practitioners in the field of property relations, representatives of ministries and departments dealing with property policy issues.

 

Our subscribers are administrations of cities and towns of Russia, property management committees, land committees, technical inventory agencies, registration chambers, large realtor and appraisal firms, leading scientific libraries of the country, higher education institutions, as well as large industrial companies of the Russian Federation such as «Gazprom», «LUKOIL», Russian state company «Russian Railways» and others.

 

Our awards prizes of the festival-competition «Golden LOGODA» in the nomination «The best edition for appraisers» in 20032008.

 

Periodicity magazine (A4 format, 120 pages) is published monthly on the last working day of the month.

Chief Executive Editor

Novokreshchennykh Victor: +7-916-936-77-91, +7 (499) 230-02-06 . 220

e-mail: iovrf@mail.ru, iovrf@yandex.ru


 

RULES OF WORK WITH AUTHORS AND COPYRIGHT MATERIALS

  

Details of the provisions of the editorial ethics are available below.

The articles that come to the editorial board are subject to compulsory two-way anonymous review (see the review procedure here) and to check the Internet service AntiPlagiat.ru for illegal borrowing.

 

When receiving a positive opinion of the reviewer with the author (authors), the term for the publication of the material is coordinated. As a rule, the placement of an article in a journal issue takes place no later than six months after its adoption for publication, but it is possible to increase the period in case of overflow of the editorial portfolio. When the publication time is agreed, the editors always take into account the author's well-reasoned wishes (preparation for the defense of dissertations, reports on grants, relevance of the topic of the article, etc.).

 

After viewing the material by the editor and proofreader, the text is sent to the author (s) for approval. After reviewing the edited text of the article, the author (authors), together with the agreed text, sends to the editorial office their consent to the publication of the article in the journal and to the posting of its electronic version on Internet sites and in information databases where the journal's materials are presented (on the sites of the Scientific Electronic Library, KyberLenininka, in the SPS bases «Garant» and «ConsultantPlus», etc.). In a conciliatory letter, the author (authors) also guarantees that he / she has exclusive rights to the article being transferred and that it is the original work of the author(s). The conciliation letter signed by the author (authors) should be sent to the editorial office either in the form of a scanned copy by e-mail, or by fax or by regular mail. (All contact details of the editorial office can be found on the «Contacts» page.) The form of the conciliation letter is sent to the author by the editorial staff together with the edited text of the article by e-mail (see the form of the conciliation letter here). In the event that a conciliation letter is not submitted to the editorial office, an article for publication is not allowed!

 

The editorial board does not insist on transferring exclusive copyright to the journal to the magazine and does not object to the placement of material in other publications, but asks to confirm its consent to publish the article in our journal and its copyrights by signing this conciliation letter. If, after publication in our magazine, the article is placed in other publications, it is necessary that there it was stated that the material had previously been published in a certain issue of the journal «Property Relations in the Russian Federation». If the article is published in another publication earlier than it will be printed here, then the author (authors) MUST inform the editors about this and further decide on the feasibility and possibility of publishing the material in our journal.

 

REQUIREMENTS TO MATERIALS, PRESENTED BY THE AUTHORS FOR PUBLICATION IN THE JOURNAL


The material for publication is sent by the author to the editorial office at the e-mail address iovrf@mail.ru in the form of files created or saved in Microsoft Office 2003. The volume of the article placed in one issue of the journal is no more than 40 000 printed characters with badges (not approximately more than 20 pages of A4 format, typed through one interval font Times New Roman 14th pin). If the article has a larger volume, the author will be asked to publish it in parts in two or more issues of the magazine.

 

The text of the article may contain any graphic and tabular material. When creating graphic objects, it is necessary to take into account that the black and white block of the magazine is printed. Illustrations should have sequence numbers and names, their dimensions together with the signature no more than 165 x 255 mm in book format and not more than 255 x 165 mm in landscape. In the text of the article there should be a link to each figure, diagram or graph. You must specify the sources of all the data used to create the graphic.

 

Diagrams, diagrams, graphs are represented either as separate files in the format of the graphics editor in which they were made, or as objects embedded in the MS Word document that have kept connections to these files.

Formulas (complex) are executed only in the formula editor MathType (in MS Word 2007 or 2010 this editor is available on the «Add-ins» tab). It is necessary that all variables in them be described (deciphered), the formulas themselves are numbered and interpreted in the text of the article. All Latin and Greek letters must have a one-to-one relationship with the designated variable (for example, k and K are considered different variables), be of the same size and have the same form of spelling. The upper and lower indexes must be executed using the appropriate options of MS Word or the formula editor. In mathematical formulas, graphs, diagrams, block diagrams, it is not allowed to use a font size less than 8.

Tables should be placed in the text of the article, their width is not more than 165 mm in book format or 255 mm in landscape. For each table in the text there should be a reference, for example, «... see Table. 1» or «... (Table 1)». The word «Table» is located on the right, after it is placed the serial number of the table. Below the center of the page is its name. Each column and row of the table must have a name, it is not allowed to have empty cells (in the case of an objective lack of information, dashes are placed in the cells). If necessary, data sources are indicated below the table. When preparing tables, you should use Arial font at least 10th pin (in some cases, you can use the number 9). Pouring cells is only possible in extreme cases, when these cells are particularly discussed in the text. All the boundaries of the tables are performed in the form of single lines thickness of 0,50,75 points.

 

The list of references is given at the end of the article in accordance with accepted standards of bibliographic description. Footnotes should be located at the bottom of each page and have a continuous numbering throughout the article (see GOST R 7.0.5-2008).

 

The title of the article is shown in bold, the surname, name, patronymic, position, scientific titles of the author (authors), place of work, city of the company or institution where he works, as well as contact information of the author (one of the authors, if the article has several authors): e-mail address or business phone or fax. This information will be published in the journal (requirement of the Higher Attestation Commission).

 

In addition to the text of the article, the author submits to the editors the abstract of the article (no more than 500 characters) and keywords (57 words or phrases) in Russian and English. Examples of annotation and keyword list can be found here.

 

You can see the examples of the article elements here.

 

 PUBLICATION ETHICS

The editorial board and the editorial board of the magazine use norms and international standards established by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) in their activities.

 

Ethics of authorship of scientific publications

The author (or collective of authors) realizes that he is responsible for the novelty and reliability of the results of scientific research, which implies observance of the following principles:

  • the authors should provide reliable results of the research;
  • the authors must ensure that the results of the research presented in the submitted manuscript are completely original. Borrowed fragments or statements must be made with a mandatory indication of the author and the source. In the case of using fragments of others' works and (or) borrowing the statements of other authors, the article should contain appropriate bibliographic references with the obligatory indication of the author and the source;
  • all persons who have made a significant contribution to the study should be identified as co-authors of the article;
  • the authors should disclose conflicts of interest that may affect the evaluation and interpretation of their manuscript, as well as the sources of financial support for the project (grants, government programs, projects, etc.);
  • the authors are obliged to notify the editorial office immediately if an error is found in any submitted by them for a publication accepted for publication or already published work, and also to assist the editorial staff in correcting the error. In case the editorial board finds out about a mistake from third parties, then the authors must immediately correct the error or provide evidence of its absence;
  • the authors must comply with the provisions of copyright legislation. Materials protected by copyright can only be reproduced with the permission of their owners.

Ethics of reviewing scientific publications

The editorial staff of the journal selects reviewers independent in respect of materials considered for publication, having sufficient experience and not having a conflict of interest. The editorial staff keeps confidential the personal data of reviewers. The reviewer carries out a scientific examination of copyright materials, guided by the following principles:

  • the manuscript received for review should be considered as a confidential document that can not be passed on for review or discussion to third parties without authorization from the editorial office;
  • the reviewer is obliged to give an objective and reasoned assessment of the results of the research;
  • unpublished data obtained from submitted manuscripts should not be used by the reviewer for personal purposes;
  • the reviewer is obliged to notify the journal if he has found any conflict of interest or any other circumstances preventing him from forming a fair and impartial assessment of the article;
  • the reviewer, who believes that he is not a specialist on the issues under consideration in the article, should immediately report the impossibility of reviewing the article submitted to him.

Ethics of editing scientific publications

In its activities, the editorial staff, staff of the editorial and publishing group and members of the editorial board of the journal are responsible for the publication of the author's works, which makes it necessary to follow the following principles:

  • the editorial board places information materials for authors (a list of necessary requirements for the formulation of articles, the procedure for reviewing and reviewing articles) on the journal's website;
  • the editorial board decides whether to accept or reject publications based on the results of the manuscript verification for compliance with the requirements for registration, as well as the results of the review. The editorial board has the right to reject the publication of an article with signs of libel, insult, plagiarism or copyright infringement;
  • the editorial board guarantees the holding of confidential, independent, honest and objective review of the articles;
  • the editorial board has the right to reject the article without conducting an independent review in case it is deemed to be inappropriate for the magazine;
  • the editorial board guarantees that materials not accepted for publication will not be used in own research of members of the editorial board of the journal;
  • the editorial board undertakes to promptly consider each claim for unethical behavior of the authors of the submitted and already published articles, regardless of the time of its receipt and take adequate measures against such authors.