Обложка журнала
Title (English)
TRADE, SERVICE, FOOD INDUSTRY
Language of publication
Russian, English
ISSN
2782-2214 (online)
Periodicity (English)

4 issues per year (quarterly)

Russian science citation index:
Yes

REQUIREMENTS FOR ARTICLES
(taking into account the requirements of Scopus, RSCI and Crossref)

1. Mandatory elements of the article (should be contained in the file):
UDC index

TITLE OF THE ARTICLE (in English, register – all capitals)
Information about the authors:
name, middle initial, last name (transliteration)
place of work / study – without specifying the type of institution (in English)
city, country (English, Russian Federation – fully)
ORCID – if available
e-mail of corresponding author

Abstract (abstract of the article in English)
Keywords (keywords in English)
Acknowledgements (gratitude, grant – optional – in English)

TITLE OF THE ARTICLE (in Russian, register – all uppercase)
Information about the authors (full name, place of work / study – the generally accepted name of the institution without specifying the type)

Abstract of the article (in Russian)
Keywords (in Russian)
Gratitude, grant (optional, in Russian)

The text of the article (in Russian or English)

Bibliographic list (in Russian)
References (bibliographic list in English)


2. Design of the text of the article
2.1. General requirements. The volume of the article should be 20,000-40,000 characters (tracked by the editors upon admission). It is advisable to take one of the articles of the latest issue of the magazine as a design sample. Before sending, you need to check the spelling of the text (in Word).
Page parameters: margins 2.5 cm on all sides, interval one and a half, tab positions are standard (1.25 cm). Both in the text and in all objects embedded in the file, it is necessary to use the font Times New Roman, 12 pt.
The names of foreign authors mentioned in the text should be transliterated into Russian.


2.2. Abstract. The volume of the abstract to the article should be 200-250 words. The abstract shows the distinctive features and advantages of the study in order to interest the reader and encourage him/her to read the article in full. This is an independent text describing the main results of the study without referring to the article itself, so it is necessary to avoid references and abbreviations. The text of the abstract should be clear and concise, free from secondary information, and differ in the persuasiveness of the wording. The use of abbreviations in the annotation is undesirable, but if they are still used, their decoding is mandatory. The text of the annotation should not contain numbers, tables, figures, subheadings, and lists with numbering. The abstract outlines the essential facts of the paper; it should not contain material that is missing from the article itself. One should use syntactic constructions peculiar to the language of scientific and technical documents, avoid complex grammatical constructions in the text of the abstract.

2.3. Keywords. The maximum number of keywords is 10. Commas should separate words or phrases consisting of 2-3 words. Keywords help search engines to determine the topic, and the reader to find an article on the Internet. When forming keywords, words with abstract meanings or terms that can be used in other scientific disciplines should be avoided. Enumeration within a single keyword is not allowed. Keywords should be as specific as possible and reflect the specifics of the article.

2.4. Structure of the article. The article should be structured in the format IMRAD (Introduction, Methods, Results and Discussion):
Introduction: determines the nature and extent of the problems, the research associated with the previous work (usually by a brief review of literature related to the problem), explains the purpose of the study and defines any specialized terms or abbreviations that will be used later in the text;
Materials and Methods: what was done, how, when, and also how the data was analyzed and presented. Standard methods are mentioned or can be described only with reference to a literary source, if it is available. Modifications of standard methods should be described. If the method is new, you should give a detailed description of it. The description of the general procedures is unnecessary;
Results: the part in which the author talks about what he/she managed to achieve during the research; if necessary, the data is laid out in tables, graphs, illustrations;
Discussion: the author presents his interpretation of the data obtained as a result of the study, explains the meaning and consequences of the results; this element allows you to emphasize the value and novelty of the data;
Conclusions: it is advisable to focus on the identified trends, accurate results and prospects.


3. Drawings. In addition to the file with the text of the article, all drawings in the original format (*jpeg, *jpg, *png) must be transmitted in separate files, except for drawings made in the Microsoft Word text editor. Illustrations should be visual enough, graphically expressive, clear. The lines should be clear, without shadows, the text in the drawings should be readable. Numbering is mandatory for all drawings; the names of the drawings are placed under the drawing (in the center). Drawings should be provided in a format that allows editing and configuration changes without additional reference to the authors. The figures are always placed in the text after the reference to them. Captions should be duplicated in English (in Russian).
Objects in drawings created using MS Word or Visio should be grouped.
Objects created by means of other than the MS Word text editor must have the extension either *jpeg (or *jpg) or * png, with a resolution of at least 72 dpi (screen resolution) and a size of at least 1500×1500 (dots per inch), or a size of 164 mm in width and a resolution of 300 dpi. The author is responsible for the correctness of the use of symbols, formulas and drawings.


4. Tables. The number and title of the table are placed in the center. All tables should be numbered. The numbering of the tables is continuous. The title should be duplicated in English.
The table is constructed when there is a need to visually compare the essential (important for the presentation of the idea) data. For a visual comparison of data, the following principle should be observed: vertically (title above the column), data related to the entire column is grouped, horizontally (line in sidebar) - to the entire row. A table with more rows than columns is easier to read. The union of subheadings in a graph should be justified: for example, by the presence of a hierarchy within the column. Both in the graphs and in the sidebar with the headings of several steps, the logic of subordination of the lowest step to its subordinate heading should be traced. The data in the table changes according to a certain algorithm (known to the author), they are interconnected, this connection should be obvious both in the text (introducing the table into the narrative) and in the table itself. Avoid using a large number of words in tables, as well as highlighting cells or text with color. It is necessary to specify the data sources given in the tables.


5. Requirements for materials in English. The translation of materials provided in English should be performed or edited by a professional translator or a native English speaker. Machine translation is not allowed! In English-language articles, the rules of punctuation, word usage and syntax should be observed. In cases where the text of an article in English requires a large amount of editing, it can be returned to the author for revision or rejected from publication.

6. References.
References are given at the end of the article and should contain at least 25 sources. Self-citation – no more than 15%. Design of intra-text links and references:

  • the numbering of entries in the list is continuous (regardless of the source language);
  • sources are numbered according to the order of their mention in the text. The number of the source used in the article list is located in square brackets. If there are several link objects, then they are combined into one complex link, in which case the link objects are listed separated by commas. For example: [15]; [1, 15, 34]; [1, 8-22].

For all book publications, you must specify the total number of pages, for articles – the page numbers on which they are located. Unpublished sources are not included in the list of references. For all publications of the list of sources that have a DOI (digital object identifier), it is necessary to cite it at the end of the bibliographic record.
Links to Internet sites, Internet sources (does not apply to author's articles, monographs, etc., posted on the Internet), regulatory and legal documentation (laws, resolutions, acts, etc.), statistical collections, newspaper publications are located in the text in footnotes and are not indicated in the list of sources. For all Internet sources, including footnotes, it is necessary to indicate the date of the request.


Examples
6.1. Mono-edition with two authors
Kovshikov, V. A. Psycholinguistics: the theory of speech activity: textbook. manual for students of pedagogical universities [Text] / V. A. Kovshikov, V. P. Glukhov. –  Moscow: Astrel; Tver: AST, 2006. – 319 p.

6.2. Mono-edition with three authors
Obolenskaya, A. V. Laboratory work on the chemistry of wood and cellulose [Text] / A. V. Obolenskaya, Z. P. Elnitskaya, A. A. Leonovich. –   Moscow: Ecology, 1991. – 320 p.

6.3. Mono-edition with more than three authors
Socio-economic substantiation of structural transformations in mining areas [Text] / E. M. Kozakov, V. M. Popov, A. A. Rozhkov [et.al.]. – Ekaterinburg: Institute of Economics of the Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 2000. – 315 p.

6.4. Article in the collection
Danilina, G.A. Characteristics of the immune status of children permanently residing in the zone of influence of nuclear industry enterprises [Text] / G.A. Danilina // Proceedings of the VII Congress of All-Russian association of epidemiologists, microbiologists and parasitologists (July 2-8, 2002). –   Moscow: Ecos, 2002. – P. 5-15.

6.5. Journal article
Remizov, A. V. To the logic of social sciences [Text] / A. V. Remizov // Questions of Philosophy. –  1992. – No. 10. – P. 15-25.
Sadrtdinov, A. R. Promising directions for the processing of illiquid woody biomass from logging and woodworking [Text] / A. R. Sadrtdinov, L. M. Ismagilova, R. R. Mukhametzyanov // Actual directions of scientific research of the XXI century. Theory and practice. –   2014. – V. 2, No. 2-3 (7-3). – P. 117-119. Study of the bactericidal activity of aqueous extracts of the Siberian larch bark [Text] / I. V. Krotova, I. D. Grodnitskaya, A. N. Kuzina [et al.] // Vestnik KrasGAU. –  2017. – No. 5 (128). – P. 163-169.

6.6. Dissertations, abstracts of dissertations
Gromova, A.S. Phenolic compounds of the bark of some species of spruce, fir and pine: dis. … cand. chem. Sciences: 02.10.00 [Text] / Gromova Aleksandra Stepanovna. –   Novosibirsk, 1975. – 160 p.
Sabanchiev, N. A. Theoretical and methodological foundations of organizational support for strategic sustainability: author. dis. ... cand. economy Sciences: 08.00.05 [Text] / Sabanchiev Nadirsoltan Abdullaevich. – Moscow, 2009. – 165 p.

6.7. Electronic resources
Dirina, AI The right of military personnel of the Russian Federation to freedom of association [Electronic resource] // Military Law. – 2007. – URL: http://www.voennoepravo.ru/node/ 2149 (date of access: 19.09.2007).


7. References (bibliographic list in English)
Link formatting follows APA (American Psychological Association) guidelines.


7.1. Journal articles with DOI
Author, A. A. (Year of publication).Article Title. Journal Title, vol. (no.), pages. doi.
e.g. Monasturnyi, E. A. (2006). Innovative cluster. Innovations, 2, 38-43. doi:10.1037/0278-6133.24.2.225.


7.2. Journal articles without DOI
Author, A. A. (Year of publication). Article Title. Journal Title, vol. (no.), pages.
e.g. Monasturnyi, E. A. & Kulik, J. A. (2005). Social and economic development. Economy of Region, 3, 39-52.
Monasturnyi, E. A., Kulik, J. A. & Nulif, K. L. (2008). Social and economic development. Economy, 3, 52-67.


7.3. Books
Author, A. A. (Year of publication).Title of book (Edition). Location : Publisher, total number of pages.
e.g. Monasturnyi, E. A. (2006). Innovative cluster. Moscow : Nauka, 267.
Duncan, G. J. & Brooks-Gunn, J. (1997). Consequences of growing up poor. New York : Russell Sage Foundation, 350.


7.4.Chapter in a book
Author, A. A. & Author, B. B. (Year of publication). Title of chapter. In A. A. Editor & B. B. Editor (Eds.), Title of book (pages of chapter). Location: Publisher.
e.g. Monasturnyi, E. A. (2006). Innovative cluster. In J. A. Kulik (Ed.), Innovations (pp. 12-21). Moscow: Nauka.


7.5. Electronic sources (Web publications)
Author, A. A., & Author, B. B. (Date of publication). Title of article. Title of Online Periodical, volume number (issue number if available). [Electronic source] URL://www.someaddress.com/full/url/ (Date of access: DD.MM.YYYY).


IF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DESIGN OF MATERIALS ARE NOT MET, THE MANUSCRIPT MAY BE RETURNED TO THE AUTHOR FOR REFINEMENT.

ETHICS OF SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS

1. General provisions
The editorial staff, the editorial board and the publisher of the journal Trade, Service, Food Industry follow the ethical standards adopted by the international scientific community and do everything to prevent any violations of these standards.
The editorial staff, the editorial board and the publisher of the journal rely on the recommendations and standards of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), the Publication Ethics and Publication Malpractice Statement of Elsevier, the Declaration of the Association of Scientific Editors and Publishers "Ethical Principles of Scientific Publications", and also take into account the experience of reputable international journals and publishers.
The principles of ethical behavior presented below are mandatory for all parties involved in the process of reviewing and publishing a scientific article: the author(s), reviewers, the editorial staff, the editorial board and the publisher of the journal.
Compliance with the rules of ethics of scientific publications by all participants in this process contributes to ensuring the rights of authors to intellectual property, improving the quality of publications in the eyes of the world scientific community and eliminating the possibility of illegal use of copyrighted materials in the interests of individuals.

2. Author’s ethics
Authors are personally responsible for the submitted text of the manuscript, which implies compliance with the following rules:

  • submission to the journal of an original manuscript that has not been sent to another journal and is not currently under review, as well as previously not published in another journal;
  • results of the research presented in the manuscript should be an independent and original work. Excessive borrowing, plagiarism in any form, including unformulated quotations, paraphrasing or attribution of rights to the results of other people's research is unethical and unacceptable. Articles that are compilations of materials previously published by other authors, without their creative processing and their own author's understanding, are not accepted for publication by the editorial board of the journal;
  • providing reliable results of the work or research done;
  • recognition of the contribution of all persons who in one way or another influenced the course of the research or determined the nature of the submitted scientific work. In particular, the article should contain bibliographic references to Russian-language and foreign publications that were important during the research;
  • co-authors of the article should include all persons who have made a significant intellectual contribution to its concept, structure, as well as to the conduct or interpretation of the results of the submitted work. Other people who have participated in some aspects of the work should be thanked. Among the co-authors, it is unacceptable to indicate persons who did not participate in the study;
  • if significant errors or inaccuracies are found in the article at the stage of its review or after its publication, immediately notify the editorial board of the journal and make a joint decision to recognize the error and / or correct it as soon as possible. If the editorial board learns from a third party that the published work contains significant errors, the author must immediately remove or correct them, or provide the editorial board with proof of the correctness of the information provided by him/her;
  • indication of all sources of funding for the work;
  • the obligation to declare a possible conflict of interest that may affect the results of the study, their interpretation, as well as the opinions of reviewers.

3. Ethics of peer review
Reviewer carries out a scientific examination of the author's materials, his actions must be unbiased, consisting in compliance with the following rules:

  • expert evaluation should help the author to improve the quality of the text of the article, and the editor-in-chief-to make a decision on publication;
  • a reviewer who does not consider himself an expert in the subject of the article or realises that he will not be able to submit a review of the article in a timely manner, should notify the editor-in-chief and remove himself / herself from the review process;
  • or of the reviewed paper, as well as scientific supervisors of applicants for an academic degree;
  • any manuscript received from the editorial board for review is a confidential document. It cannot be discussed with other persons, except for those indicated by the editor-in-chief;
  • reviewer should be objective. Personal comments to the author are not allowed. The reviewer should express his opinion clearly and reasonably;
  • reviewer should draw the attention of the editor-in-chief to the significant similarity or partial coincidence of the reviewed article with any other previously published article.

4. Editorial ethics
In their activities, the editorial staff and members of the editorial board of the journal are responsible for the publication of copyrighted works, which entails the need to follow the following rules:

  • implementation of an independent policy for the selection and publication of scientific and practical research materials;
  • guarantee of compliance of published materials with accepted international standards and ethical principles;
  • implementation of paper on improving the journal to meet the needs of readers and authors as much as possible;
  • cooperation with authors and reviewers to ensure the high quality of the published material;
  • acceptance or rejection of the paper for publication must be based on its importance, originality, clarity and relevance of the research, taking into account the intellectual content, regardless of the author's race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnic origin, citizenship or political views;
  • ensuring the publication of materials that reflect different scientific points of view, with the right to reduce the published materials, edit them, and adapt them to the journal headings;
  • recognition of mistakes made and, if necessary, publication of corrections, clarifications, refutations and apologies.

The editor-in-chief of the journal  Trade, Service, Food Industry is responsible for making a decision on the publication of works submitted to the editorial board of the journal, determining the reliability and importance of the paper for researchers and readers, compliance with legal requirements (copyright infringement, plagiarism, libel). When making a decision on a publication, the editor-in-chief consults with the members of the Editorial Board or reviewers.

5. Publishing ethics
In its activities, the publisher is responsible for the publication of copyrighted papers, which entails the need to follow the following rules:

  • assistance in the performance of ethical duties by the editorial staff, the editorial board, reviewers and authors in accordance with these requirements;
  • providing support to the editorial staff of the journal in dealing with complaints about the ethical aspects of published materials and assistance in interacting with other journals and / or publishers, if this contributes to the performance of the duties of editors;
  • ensuring the confidentiality of any information received from the authors of the publication until the moment of its publication;
  • confidence that the potential profit from advertising does not affect the decisions of the editorial staff to accept the article for publication;
  • willingness to publish corrections, clarifications, rebuttals, and apologies when necessary;
  •  providing the editorial staff of the journal with the opportunity to exclude publications containing plagiarism and false data.

PUBLICATION PROCESS

The journal Trade, Service, Food Industry publishes in Russian (or English language) papers in all areas of trade, service, food industry, hotel business and customs, as well as related sciences. The results of original research, theoretical and review articles of interest to the scientific community are accepted for publication.
Applications for publication in the journal are accepted through the website https://tsfi-mag.ru/ru/nauka/. Before application, one need to go through a registration procedure.
The text of the article is drawn up in an online editor built into the system. The metadata is introduced in separate fields intended for this purpose.
Article file and additional materials (cover letters, etc.) are uploaded in the "file upload" section when submitting an application for publication.
The decision on publication is made by the editorial board of the journal on the basis of expert assessments of reviewers, taking into account the compliance of the submitted materials with the thematic focus of the journal, their scientific significance and relevance. The author receives an email notification about the change in the status of the application.
The manuscript submitted to the editorial office is sent for review to specialists in this field of research. The choice of reviewers is left to the editorial board of the journal. The editorial board rejects a manuscript that receives negative reviews from two independent reviewers. The article in need of revision is sent to the authors with the comments of the reviewer and the scientific editor. The authors should take into account all the comments made during the review and editing of the article, respond to each of the comments and indicate the place in the manuscript where the changes were made. In case of disagreement with the reviewer or editor, the author should briefly and clearly justify his position. The changes made by the author in the manuscript should be presented in the electronic version of the text and returned to the editorial office. The editorial board does not provide the authors with copies of the proofreading of the article on paper. The article sent by the editorial board for revision after reviewing and corrected in accordance with the reviewer's comments should be returned to the editorial board within 15 days from the date of its receipt by the authors. The article returned to the editor after a month will have a new date of receipt.

REVIEW PROCESS

All scientific articles submitted to the editorial board of the journal Trade, Service, Food Industry are subject to mandatory double-blind peer review (the reviewer does not know the authors of the manuscript, the authors of the manuscript do not know the reviewers).

1. Publisher reviews all materials submitted to the editorial office that correspond to its subject matter, with the aim of their expert evaluation. Members of and the editorial board, as well as invited reviewers-leading experts in the relevant field in Russia and other countries carry out review of articles. All reviewers are recognized experts on the subject of the reviewed materials and have published on the subject of the reviewed article within the last 3 years. The chief editor makes the decision on the choice of a reviewer for the examination of the article. The review period is 2-4 weeks, but it can be extended at the request of the reviewer.

2. Each reviewer has the right to refuse a review in the event of an obvious conflict of interest that affects the perception and interpretation of the materials of the manuscript. Based on the results of the review of the manuscript, the reviewer makes recommendations about the future of the article (each decision of the reviewer is justified):

  • the article is recommended for publication in this form;
  • the article is recommended for publication after correcting the shortcomings noted by the reviewer;
  • the article needs additional review by another specialist;
  • the article cannot be published in the journal.

3. If the review contains recommendations for correction and revision of the article, the editorial board sends the author the text of the review with a proposal to take them into account when preparing a new version of the article or to refute them (partially or completely). The revision of the article should not take more than 2 months from the date of sending an electronic message to the authors about the need for changes. The article modified by the author is re-sent for review.

4. If the authors refuse to finalize the materials, they must notify the editorial board in writing or orally of their refusal to publish the article. If the authors do not return the revised version after 3 months from the date of sending the review, even if there is no information from the authors with a refusal to finalize the article, the editorial board removes it from the register. In such situations, the authors are notified of the withdrawal of the manuscript from registration due to the expiration of the deadline for revision.

5. If the author and reviewers have unsolvable contradictions regarding the manuscript, the editorial board has the right to send the manuscript for additional review. In conflict situations, the editor-in-chief at a meeting of the editorial board makes the decision.

6. The editorial board of the publication sends the authors of the submitted materials copies of the reviews or a reasoned refusal, and also undertakes to send copies of the reviews to the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation when the corresponding request is received by the editorial board of the publication. The decision to refuse to publish the manuscript is made at a meeting of the editorial board in accordance with the recommendations of the reviewers. An article that is not recommended for publication by the decision of the editorial board is not accepted for re-consideration. A message about the refusal to publish is sent to the author by e-mail.

7. After the editorial board of the journal makes a decision on the admission of the article to publication, the editorial board informs the author about it and specifies the publication date.

8. The presence of a positive review is not a sufficient reason for the publication of the article. The editorial board makes the final decision on the publication. In conflict situations, the editor-in-chief makes the decision.

9. The original reviews are kept in the editorial office of the journal for 5 years.

PROCEDURE FOR REVOKING (RETRACTING) AN ARTICLE
(developed on the basis of the recommendations of the Scientific Publishing Ethics Council of the Association of Scientific Editors and Publishers)

1. Withdrawal of a text from publication (retraction) is a mechanism for correcting published information and notifying readers that the publication contains serious shortcomings or erroneous data that cannot be trusted. The unreliability of the data may be the result of a good-faith error or deliberate violations. Retraction is also used in the case of duplicate publications, plagiarism, and concealment of conflicts of interest that could affect the interpretation of the data or recommendations for their use.

2. The following facts are the basis for revoking the article:

  • detection of incorrect borrowing (plagiarism) in the publication;
  • duplication of articles in several publications;
  • detection of falsifications or fabrications in the paper (for example, falsification of experimental data);
  • detection of serious errors in the paper (for example, incorrect interpretation of the results), which casts doubt on its scientific value;
  • incorrect composition of authors (includes persons who did not participate in writing the article, conducting the research, etc.;
  • does not include persons who were directly involved in conducting the research and writing the article);
  • hidden conflict of interest;
  • republication of the article without the author's consent;
  • article did not pass the review procedure.

3. The initiator of the beginning of the procedure of revocation (retraction) of the article may be:

  • author(s) of the article, who sends a written reasoned appeal to the editorial board of the journal about the review of the article;
  • author(s) of the article, who sends a written reasoned appeal to the editorial board of the journal about the review of the article;
  • editor-in-chief of the journal, who prepares an informed view of the reasons for the withdrawal of the publication;
  • editorial board of another journal that sent a request to the editorial board of the journal Trade, Service, Food Industry;
  • other persons who have provided evidence of a violation of scientific ethics by the author(s) of the article (for example, participants in a conflict of interest).

4. Review (retraction) of articles in the journal Trade, Service, Food Industry is carried out as follows:

4.1. After the request of the author or another person who provided facts of violation of scientific ethics in the article, the editorial board of the journal appoints a commission that conducts a comprehensive study of the case, taking into account all available facts and opportunities to verify the ethics of the publication.

4.2. Having made a decision to withdraw the article, the editorial board indicates in the minutes of the meeting the reason for the retraction (in case of plagiarism - indicating the sources of borrowing), as well as the date of the retraction. The article and the description of the article remain on the journal's website as part of the corresponding issue of the journal, but the electronic version of the text is marked WITHDRAWN / RETRACTED and the date of retraction, the same mark is placed in the article in the table of contents of the issue.

4.3. The editorial board does not mechanically delete articles from the electronic version of the journal and from the archive on the journ website, in order to maintain correctness.

4.4. The Council on Ethics of Scientific Publications of the Association of Scientific Editors and Publishers (for entering information into a single database of retracted articles) is provided with a protocol, which indicates the date of the meeting, the composition of the meeting, the results of the examination, the reasoned decision and the completed form:

  • full name of the author and title of the article;
  • the name of the publication from which the text is withdrawn;
  • initiator of the article review;
  • the basis for the review of the article and the date of the decision;
  • link to the page on the publication's website that contains information about the retraction;
  • output of the article and DOI (if available);
  • topics (social sciences, agriculture, etc.).

4.5. Information about the revoked texts is transmitted to the databases of scientific information – National Electronic Library, CyberLeninka. Upon receipt of the request for retraction, the information about the article and the full text remain on the eLibrary.ru and in CyberLeninka, but supplemented with information about retraction. Withdrawn articles and references from them are excluded from the RSCI and do not participate in the calculation of indicators.

4.6. In case of serious moral damage to the parties to the conflict of interests, information about the fact of violation of scientific ethics may be transmitted to the place of work of the author.

4.7. The editorial board reserves the right to make its own decision regarding further cooperation with the authors of the retracted articles (complete refusal of cooperation, refusal of cooperation for a certain time, appointment of additional examination of articles in case of repeated cooperation).

Suslova Julia  — Chief Editor
Siberian Federal University (Institute of Trade and Services, director)
doctor of economic sciences from 01.01.2009 until now
docent from 01.01.2005 until now
Krasnoyarsk, Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation
ORCID:0000-0003-3127-0452
Anopchenko Tatyana  — Member of the Editorial Board
Plekhanov Russian University of Economics (Department of State and Municipal Administration, professor)
doctor of economic sciences
Academic rank Honorary Worker of Education of the Russian Federation ,
Member of the Expert Council on Higher Education under the State Duma Committee on Education and Science
professor
Moscow, Russian Federation
Gubanenko Galina  — Member of the Editorial Board
Siberian Federal University (Department of Technology and Organization of Public Catering, head of the department)
doctor of technical sciences
docent
Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation
ORCID:0000-0002-3049-0835
Demchenko Svetlana  — Member of the Editorial Board
Siberian Federal University (Department of Trade and Marketing, professor)
doctor of economic sciences
docent
Krasnoyarsk, Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation
Zhironkin Sergey  — Member of the Editorial Board
T.F. Gorbachev Kuzbass State Technical University (Department of Open-pit Mining, professor)
doctor of economic sciences
docent
Kemerovo, Russian Federation
Ivanova Galina  — Member of the Editorial Board
Siberian Federal University (Department of Technology and Organization of Public Catering, professor)
doctor of agricultural sciences
professor
Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation
Konovalova Maria  — Member of the Editorial Board
Samara State University of Economics (Institute of National and World Economy, director)
doctor of economic sciences
professor
Samara, Russian Federation
Lukinyh Valeriy  — Member of the Editorial Board
Krasnoyarsk State Agrarian University (Department of Logistics, head of the department)
doctor of economic sciences
docent
Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation
Simchenko Nataliya  — Member of the Editorial Board
St. Petersburg State University (Department of Economic Theory and History of Economic Thought, professor)
doctor of economic sciences
professor
Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation
Pushmina Irina  — Member of the Editorial Board
Siberian Federal University (Department of Technology and Organization of Public Catering, professor)
doctor of technical sciences
docent
Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation
Rozhkova Anna  — Member of the Editorial Board
Pskov State University (Department of Civil Law and Process, associate professor)
candidate of economic sciences
Pskov, Russian Federation
Tereshchenko Natalia  — Member of the Editorial Board
Siberian Federal University (Depatment of Trade Business and Marketing, professor)
doctor of economic sciences
professor
Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation
Shkolnikova Marina  — Member of the Editorial Board
Ural State University of Economics (Department of Nutrition Technology, professor)
doctor of technical sciences
docent
Ekaterinburg, Russian Federation
Scherbenko Eva  — Member of the Editorial Board
Siberian federal university (Depatment of Trade busness and marketing, professor)
employee from 01.01.1994 until now
doctor of economic sciences from 16.02.2012 until now
docent from 23.03.2006 until now
Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation
Yanova Marina  — Member of the Editorial Board
Krasnoyarsk State Agrarian University (Department of Technology of Bakery, Confectionery and Pasta Production, head of the department)
candidate of agricultural sciences
docent
Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation
Komissarova Ekaterina  — Lead Editor
Siberian Federal University (Department of Research Support, Grant Support and International Cooperation, head)
Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation
FOOD AND HOTEL INDUSTRY
CUSTOMS ACTIVITY
MARKETING AND MANAGEMENT
INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES IN THE SERVICE SECTOR
COMMODITY RESEARCH
ECONOMIC THEORY
Publisher
Siberian Federal University
Registration address
660075, 2 Lida Prushinskiy st., Krasnoyarsk
Founder
Siberian Federal University
The certificate of registration(online)
Эл № ФС77-79464 выдано Роскомнадзором
Date of registration of the certificate(online)
09.11.2020

EDITORIAL POLICY OF THE JOURNAL

The main principles of the editorial policy of the journal
Trade, Service, Food Industry is a scientific journal that publishes scientific articles on topical issues of industry science. The editorial board, reviewers and authors of the journal strive to adhere to high standards of scientific and publication ethics: transparency of interaction between the editorial board and the authors of the journal, mandatory review of all articles submitted to the journal by independent experts or members of the editorial board, free access to publications.
In its work, the editorial board of the journal is guided by the principles developed by the International Committee on Publication Ethics – COPE (https://publicationethics.org), by the Association of Scientific Editors and Publishers (ASEP) (https://rasep.ru/sovet-po-etike/deklaratsiya), and also takes into account the experience of reputable international journals and publishers. The journal is an open access publication: all users can freely and free of charge read, download, link and copy the published materials according to the principles of the Budapest Open Access Initiative (BOAI) (http://www.budapestopenaccessinitiative.org/).

The journal is published in accordance with the following basic principles of editorial policy:
1. Ethical policy of the editorial board. The editorial board of the journal is guided in its activities by the principles of professionalism, objectivity, scientific character, and impartiality. The authors, members of the editorial board, and the editor-in-chief of the journal bear the corresponding ethical obligations related to the preparation of a scientific publication and the dissemination of the results of scientific research. The interaction of the editorial board with the authors is based on the principles of transparency, honesty, courtesy, fairness and objectivity.
2. The presence of the institute of peer review. All the content of the journal, except for advertising and editorial publications, clearly marked as such, is subject to mandatory double-blind review by members of the editorial board or independent experts. The manuscripts are prepared for publication.
3. Information openness. The journal website publishes publicly available information about the publisher, the editor-in-chief, and the editorial board, the journal's description, editorial policy, rules for submitting, reviewing, and publishing scientific articles, full-text versions of all scientific articles published in the journal and other information in accordance with Russian and international standards for information openness of publications.
4. Ethical criteria of authorship. The author of the publication must be a person who was largely involved in its creation. All authors must give their consent to the publication. Copyright is respected in accordance with the Civil Code of the Russian Federation and other regulatory acts.
5. Interaction with the professional community. The editorial board of the journal strives to interact with professional industry scientific communities in order to ensure high quality of scientific publications.
6. Prevention of ethics violations. The editorial board, other reviewers, and other subjects of the publication process strive to prevent unethical behavior, prevent and correct violations of the journal's ethical principles, including conflicts of interest of the subjects of the publication process.

REQUIREMENTS FOR ARTICLES
(taking into account the requirements of Scopus, RSCI and Crossref)

1. Mandatory elements of the article (should be contained in the file):
UDC index

TITLE OF THE ARTICLE (in English, register – all capitals)
Information about the authors:
name, middle initial, last name (transliteration)
place of work / study – without specifying the type of institution (in English)
city, country (English, Russian Federation – fully)
ORCID – if available
e-mail of corresponding author

Abstract (abstract of the article in English)
Keywords (keywords in English)
Acknowledgements (gratitude, grant – optional – in English)

TITLE OF THE ARTICLE (in Russian, register – all uppercase)
Information about the authors (full name, place of work / study – the generally accepted name of the institution without specifying the type)

Abstract of the article (in Russian)
Keywords (in Russian)
Gratitude, grant (optional, in Russian)

The text of the article (in Russian or English)

Bibliographic list (in Russian)
References (bibliographic list in English)


2. Design of the text of the article
2.1. General requirements. The volume of the article should be 20,000-40,000 characters (tracked by the editors upon admission). It is advisable to take one of the articles of the latest issue of the magazine as a design sample. Before sending, you need to check the spelling of the text (in Word).
Page parameters: margins 2.5 cm on all sides, interval one and a half, tab positions are standard (1.25 cm). Both in the text and in all objects embedded in the file, it is necessary to use the font Times New Roman, 12 pt.
The names of foreign authors mentioned in the text should be transliterated into Russian.


2.2. Abstract. The volume of the abstract to the article should be 200-250 words. The abstract shows the distinctive features and advantages of the study in order to interest the reader and encourage him/her to read the article in full. This is an independent text describing the main results of the study without referring to the article itself, so it is necessary to avoid references and abbreviations. The text of the abstract should be clear and concise, free from secondary information, and differ in the persuasiveness of the wording. The use of abbreviations in the annotation is undesirable, but if they are still used, their decoding is mandatory. The text of the annotation should not contain numbers, tables, figures, subheadings, and lists with numbering. The abstract outlines the essential facts of the paper; it should not contain material that is missing from the article itself. One should use syntactic constructions peculiar to the language of scientific and technical documents, avoid complex grammatical constructions in the text of the abstract.

2.3. Keywords. The maximum number of keywords is 10. Commas should separate words or phrases consisting of 2-3 words. Keywords help search engines to determine the topic, and the reader to find an article on the Internet. When forming keywords, words with abstract meanings or terms that can be used in other scientific disciplines should be avoided. Enumeration within a single keyword is not allowed. Keywords should be as specific as possible and reflect the specifics of the article.

2.4. Structure of the article. The article should be structured in the format IMRAD (Introduction, Methods, Results and Discussion):
Introduction: determines the nature and extent of the problems, the research associated with the previous work (usually by a brief review of literature related to the problem), explains the purpose of the study and defines any specialized terms or abbreviations that will be used later in the text;
Materials and Methods: what was done, how, when, and also how the data was analyzed and presented. Standard methods are mentioned or can be described only with reference to a literary source, if it is available. Modifications of standard methods should be described. If the method is new, you should give a detailed description of it. The description of the general procedures is unnecessary;
Results: the part in which the author talks about what he/she managed to achieve during the research; if necessary, the data is laid out in tables, graphs, illustrations;
Discussion: the author presents his interpretation of the data obtained as a result of the study, explains the meaning and consequences of the results; this element allows you to emphasize the value and novelty of the data;
Conclusions: it is advisable to focus on the identified trends, accurate results and prospects.


3. Drawings. In addition to the file with the text of the article, all drawings in the original format (*jpeg, *jpg, *png) must be transmitted in separate files, except for drawings made in the Microsoft Word text editor. Illustrations should be visual enough, graphically expressive, clear. The lines should be clear, without shadows, the text in the drawings should be readable. Numbering is mandatory for all drawings; the names of the drawings are placed under the drawing (in the center). Drawings should be provided in a format that allows editing and configuration changes without additional reference to the authors. The figures are always placed in the text after the reference to them. Captions should be duplicated in English (in Russian).
Objects in drawings created using MS Word or Visio should be grouped.
Objects created by means of other than the MS Word text editor must have the extension either *jpeg (or *jpg) or * png, with a resolution of at least 72 dpi (screen resolution) and a size of at least 1500×1500 (dots per inch), or a size of 164 mm in width and a resolution of 300 dpi. The author is responsible for the correctness of the use of symbols, formulas and drawings.


4. Tables. The number and title of the table are placed in the center. All tables should be numbered. The numbering of the tables is continuous. The title should be duplicated in English.
The table is constructed when there is a need to visually compare the essential (important for the presentation of the idea) data. For a visual comparison of data, the following principle should be observed: vertically (title above the column), data related to the entire column is grouped, horizontally (line in sidebar) - to the entire row. A table with more rows than columns is easier to read. The union of subheadings in a graph should be justified: for example, by the presence of a hierarchy within the column. Both in the graphs and in the sidebar with the headings of several steps, the logic of subordination of the lowest step to its subordinate heading should be traced. The data in the table changes according to a certain algorithm (known to the author), they are interconnected, this connection should be obvious both in the text (introducing the table into the narrative) and in the table itself. Avoid using a large number of words in tables, as well as highlighting cells or text with color. It is necessary to specify the data sources given in the tables.


5. Requirements for materials in English. The translation of materials provided in English should be performed or edited by a professional translator or a native English speaker. Machine translation is not allowed! In English-language articles, the rules of punctuation, word usage and syntax should be observed. In cases where the text of an article in English requires a large amount of editing, it can be returned to the author for revision or rejected from publication.

6. References.
References are given at the end of the article and should contain at least 25 sources. Self-citation – no more than 15%. Design of intra-text links and references:

  • the numbering of entries in the list is continuous (regardless of the source language);
  • sources are numbered according to the order of their mention in the text. The number of the source used in the article list is located in square brackets. If there are several link objects, then they are combined into one complex link, in which case the link objects are listed separated by commas. For example: [15]; [1, 15, 34]; [1, 8-22].

For all book publications, you must specify the total number of pages, for articles – the page numbers on which they are located. Unpublished sources are not included in the list of references. For all publications of the list of sources that have a DOI (digital object identifier), it is necessary to cite it at the end of the bibliographic record.
Links to Internet sites, Internet sources (does not apply to author's articles, monographs, etc., posted on the Internet), regulatory and legal documentation (laws, resolutions, acts, etc.), statistical collections, newspaper publications are located in the text in footnotes and are not indicated in the list of sources. For all Internet sources, including footnotes, it is necessary to indicate the date of the request.


Examples
6.1. Mono-edition with two authors
Kovshikov, V. A. Psycholinguistics: the theory of speech activity: textbook. manual for students of pedagogical universities [Text] / V. A. Kovshikov, V. P. Glukhov. –  Moscow: Astrel; Tver: AST, 2006. – 319 p.

6.2. Mono-edition with three authors
Obolenskaya, A. V. Laboratory work on the chemistry of wood and cellulose [Text] / A. V. Obolenskaya, Z. P. Elnitskaya, A. A. Leonovich. –   Moscow: Ecology, 1991. – 320 p.

6.3. Mono-edition with more than three authors
Socio-economic substantiation of structural transformations in mining areas [Text] / E. M. Kozakov, V. M. Popov, A. A. Rozhkov [et.al.]. – Ekaterinburg: Institute of Economics of the Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 2000. – 315 p.

6.4. Article in the collection
Danilina, G.A. Characteristics of the immune status of children permanently residing in the zone of influence of nuclear industry enterprises [Text] / G.A. Danilina // Proceedings of the VII Congress of All-Russian association of epidemiologists, microbiologists and parasitologists (July 2-8, 2002). –   Moscow: Ecos, 2002. – P. 5-15.

6.5. Journal article
Remizov, A. V. To the logic of social sciences [Text] / A. V. Remizov // Questions of Philosophy. –  1992. – No. 10. – P. 15-25.
Sadrtdinov, A. R. Promising directions for the processing of illiquid woody biomass from logging and woodworking [Text] / A. R. Sadrtdinov, L. M. Ismagilova, R. R. Mukhametzyanov // Actual directions of scientific research of the XXI century. Theory and practice. –   2014. – V. 2, No. 2-3 (7-3). – P. 117-119. Study of the bactericidal activity of aqueous extracts of the Siberian larch bark [Text] / I. V. Krotova, I. D. Grodnitskaya, A. N. Kuzina [et al.] // Vestnik KrasGAU. –  2017. – No. 5 (128). – P. 163-169.

6.6. Dissertations, abstracts of dissertations
Gromova, A.S. Phenolic compounds of the bark of some species of spruce, fir and pine: dis. … cand. chem. Sciences: 02.10.00 [Text] / Gromova Aleksandra Stepanovna. –   Novosibirsk, 1975. – 160 p.
Sabanchiev, N. A. Theoretical and methodological foundations of organizational support for strategic sustainability: author. dis. ... cand. economy Sciences: 08.00.05 [Text] / Sabanchiev Nadirsoltan Abdullaevich. – Moscow, 2009. – 165 p.

6.7. Electronic resources
Dirina, AI The right of military personnel of the Russian Federation to freedom of association [Electronic resource] // Military Law. – 2007. – URL: http://www.voennoepravo.ru/node/ 2149 (date of access: 19.09.2007).


7. References (bibliographic list in English)
Link formatting follows APA (American Psychological Association) guidelines.


7.1. Journal articles with DOI
Author, A. A. (Year of publication).Article Title. Journal Title, vol. (no.), pages. doi.
e.g. Monasturnyi, E. A. (2006). Innovative cluster. Innovations, 2, 38-43. doi:10.1037/0278-6133.24.2.225.


7.2. Journal articles without DOI
Author, A. A. (Year of publication). Article Title. Journal Title, vol. (no.), pages.
e.g. Monasturnyi, E. A. & Kulik, J. A. (2005). Social and economic development. Economy of Region, 3, 39-52.
Monasturnyi, E. A., Kulik, J. A. & Nulif, K. L. (2008). Social and economic development. Economy, 3, 52-67.


7.3. Books
Author, A. A. (Year of publication).Title of book (Edition). Location : Publisher, total number of pages.
e.g. Monasturnyi, E. A. (2006). Innovative cluster. Moscow : Nauka, 267.
Duncan, G. J. & Brooks-Gunn, J. (1997). Consequences of growing up poor. New York : Russell Sage Foundation, 350.


7.4.Chapter in a book
Author, A. A. & Author, B. B. (Year of publication). Title of chapter. In A. A. Editor & B. B. Editor (Eds.), Title of book (pages of chapter). Location: Publisher.
e.g. Monasturnyi, E. A. (2006). Innovative cluster. In J. A. Kulik (Ed.), Innovations (pp. 12-21). Moscow: Nauka.


7.5. Electronic sources (Web publications)
Author, A. A., & Author, B. B. (Date of publication). Title of article. Title of Online Periodical, volume number (issue number if available). [Electronic source] URL://www.someaddress.com/full/url/ (Date of access: DD.MM.YYYY).


IF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DESIGN OF MATERIALS ARE NOT MET, THE MANUSCRIPT MAY BE RETURNED TO THE AUTHOR FOR REFINEMENT.

ETHICS OF SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS

1. General provisions
The editorial staff, the editorial board and the publisher of the journal Trade, Service, Food Industry follow the ethical standards adopted by the international scientific community and do everything to prevent any violations of these standards.
The editorial staff, the editorial board and the publisher of the journal rely on the recommendations and standards of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), the Publication Ethics and Publication Malpractice Statement of Elsevier, the Declaration of the Association of Scientific Editors and Publishers "Ethical Principles of Scientific Publications", and also take into account the experience of reputable international journals and publishers.
The principles of ethical behavior presented below are mandatory for all parties involved in the process of reviewing and publishing a scientific article: the author(s), reviewers, the editorial staff, the editorial board and the publisher of the journal.
Compliance with the rules of ethics of scientific publications by all participants in this process contributes to ensuring the rights of authors to intellectual property, improving the quality of publications in the eyes of the world scientific community and eliminating the possibility of illegal use of copyrighted materials in the interests of individuals.

2. Author’s ethics
Authors are personally responsible for the submitted text of the manuscript, which implies compliance with the following rules:

  • submission to the journal of an original manuscript that has not been sent to another journal and is not currently under review, as well as previously not published in another journal;
  • results of the research presented in the manuscript should be an independent and original work. Excessive borrowing, plagiarism in any form, including unformulated quotations, paraphrasing or attribution of rights to the results of other people's research is unethical and unacceptable. Articles that are compilations of materials previously published by other authors, without their creative processing and their own author's understanding, are not accepted for publication by the editorial board of the journal;
  • providing reliable results of the work or research done;
  • recognition of the contribution of all persons who in one way or another influenced the course of the research or determined the nature of the submitted scientific work. In particular, the article should contain bibliographic references to Russian-language and foreign publications that were important during the research;
  • co-authors of the article should include all persons who have made a significant intellectual contribution to its concept, structure, as well as to the conduct or interpretation of the results of the submitted work. Other people who have participated in some aspects of the work should be thanked. Among the co-authors, it is unacceptable to indicate persons who did not participate in the study;
  • if significant errors or inaccuracies are found in the article at the stage of its review or after its publication, immediately notify the editorial board of the journal and make a joint decision to recognize the error and / or correct it as soon as possible. If the editorial board learns from a third party that the published work contains significant errors, the author must immediately remove or correct them, or provide the editorial board with proof of the correctness of the information provided by him/her;
  • indication of all sources of funding for the work;
  • the obligation to declare a possible conflict of interest that may affect the results of the study, their interpretation, as well as the opinions of reviewers.

3. Ethics of peer review
Reviewer carries out a scientific examination of the author's materials, his actions must be unbiased, consisting in compliance with the following rules:

  • expert evaluation should help the author to improve the quality of the text of the article, and the editor-in-chief-to make a decision on publication;
  • a reviewer who does not consider himself an expert in the subject of the article or realises that he will not be able to submit a review of the article in a timely manner, should notify the editor-in-chief and remove himself / herself from the review process;
  • or of the reviewed paper, as well as scientific supervisors of applicants for an academic degree;
  • any manuscript received from the editorial board for review is a confidential document. It cannot be discussed with other persons, except for those indicated by the editor-in-chief;
  • reviewer should be objective. Personal comments to the author are not allowed. The reviewer should express his opinion clearly and reasonably;
  • reviewer should draw the attention of the editor-in-chief to the significant similarity or partial coincidence of the reviewed article with any other previously published article.

4. Editorial ethics
In their activities, the editorial staff and members of the editorial board of the journal are responsible for the publication of copyrighted works, which entails the need to follow the following rules:

  • implementation of an independent policy for the selection and publication of scientific and practical research materials;
  • guarantee of compliance of published materials with accepted international standards and ethical principles;
  • implementation of paper on improving the journal to meet the needs of readers and authors as much as possible;
  • cooperation with authors and reviewers to ensure the high quality of the published material;
  • acceptance or rejection of the paper for publication must be based on its importance, originality, clarity and relevance of the research, taking into account the intellectual content, regardless of the author's race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnic origin, citizenship or political views;
  • ensuring the publication of materials that reflect different scientific points of view, with the right to reduce the published materials, edit them, and adapt them to the journal headings;
  • recognition of mistakes made and, if necessary, publication of corrections, clarifications, refutations and apologies.

The editor-in-chief of the journal  Trade, Service, Food Industry is responsible for making a decision on the publication of works submitted to the editorial board of the journal, determining the reliability and importance of the paper for researchers and readers, compliance with legal requirements (copyright infringement, plagiarism, libel). When making a decision on a publication, the editor-in-chief consults with the members of the Editorial Board or reviewers.

5. Publishing ethics
In its activities, the publisher is responsible for the publication of copyrighted papers, which entails the need to follow the following rules:

  • assistance in the performance of ethical duties by the editorial staff, the editorial board, reviewers and authors in accordance with these requirements;
  • providing support to the editorial staff of the journal in dealing with complaints about the ethical aspects of published materials and assistance in interacting with other journals and / or publishers, if this contributes to the performance of the duties of editors;
  • ensuring the confidentiality of any information received from the authors of the publication until the moment of its publication;
  • confidence that the potential profit from advertising does not affect the decisions of the editorial staff to accept the article for publication;
  • willingness to publish corrections, clarifications, rebuttals, and apologies when necessary;
  •  providing the editorial staff of the journal with the opportunity to exclude publications containing plagiarism and false data.

PUBLICATION PROCESS

The journal Trade, Service, Food Industry publishes in Russian (or English language) papers in all areas of trade, service, food industry, hotel business and customs, as well as related sciences. The results of original research, theoretical and review articles of interest to the scientific community are accepted for publication.
Applications for publication in the journal are accepted through the website https://tsfi-mag.ru/ru/nauka/. Before application, one need to go through a registration procedure.
The text of the article is drawn up in an online editor built into the system. The metadata is introduced in separate fields intended for this purpose.
Article file and additional materials (cover letters, etc.) are uploaded in the "file upload" section when submitting an application for publication.
The decision on publication is made by the editorial board of the journal on the basis of expert assessments of reviewers, taking into account the compliance of the submitted materials with the thematic focus of the journal, their scientific significance and relevance. The author receives an email notification about the change in the status of the application.
The manuscript submitted to the editorial office is sent for review to specialists in this field of research. The choice of reviewers is left to the editorial board of the journal. The editorial board rejects a manuscript that receives negative reviews from two independent reviewers. The article in need of revision is sent to the authors with the comments of the reviewer and the scientific editor. The authors should take into account all the comments made during the review and editing of the article, respond to each of the comments and indicate the place in the manuscript where the changes were made. In case of disagreement with the reviewer or editor, the author should briefly and clearly justify his position. The changes made by the author in the manuscript should be presented in the electronic version of the text and returned to the editorial office. The editorial board does not provide the authors with copies of the proofreading of the article on paper. The article sent by the editorial board for revision after reviewing and corrected in accordance with the reviewer's comments should be returned to the editorial board within 15 days from the date of its receipt by the authors. The article returned to the editor after a month will have a new date of receipt.

REVIEW PROCESS

All scientific articles submitted to the editorial board of the journal Trade, Service, Food Industry are subject to mandatory double-blind peer review (the reviewer does not know the authors of the manuscript, the authors of the manuscript do not know the reviewers).

1. Publisher reviews all materials submitted to the editorial office that correspond to its subject matter, with the aim of their expert evaluation. Members of and the editorial board, as well as invited reviewers-leading experts in the relevant field in Russia and other countries carry out review of articles. All reviewers are recognized experts on the subject of the reviewed materials and have published on the subject of the reviewed article within the last 3 years. The chief editor makes the decision on the choice of a reviewer for the examination of the article. The review period is 2-4 weeks, but it can be extended at the request of the reviewer.

2. Each reviewer has the right to refuse a review in the event of an obvious conflict of interest that affects the perception and interpretation of the materials of the manuscript. Based on the results of the review of the manuscript, the reviewer makes recommendations about the future of the article (each decision of the reviewer is justified):

  • the article is recommended for publication in this form;
  • the article is recommended for publication after correcting the shortcomings noted by the reviewer;
  • the article needs additional review by another specialist;
  • the article cannot be published in the journal.

3. If the review contains recommendations for correction and revision of the article, the editorial board sends the author the text of the review with a proposal to take them into account when preparing a new version of the article or to refute them (partially or completely). The revision of the article should not take more than 2 months from the date of sending an electronic message to the authors about the need for changes. The article modified by the author is re-sent for review.

4. If the authors refuse to finalize the materials, they must notify the editorial board in writing or orally of their refusal to publish the article. If the authors do not return the revised version after 3 months from the date of sending the review, even if there is no information from the authors with a refusal to finalize the article, the editorial board removes it from the register. In such situations, the authors are notified of the withdrawal of the manuscript from registration due to the expiration of the deadline for revision.

5. If the author and reviewers have unsolvable contradictions regarding the manuscript, the editorial board has the right to send the manuscript for additional review. In conflict situations, the editor-in-chief at a meeting of the editorial board makes the decision.

6. The editorial board of the publication sends the authors of the submitted materials copies of the reviews or a reasoned refusal, and also undertakes to send copies of the reviews to the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation when the corresponding request is received by the editorial board of the publication. The decision to refuse to publish the manuscript is made at a meeting of the editorial board in accordance with the recommendations of the reviewers. An article that is not recommended for publication by the decision of the editorial board is not accepted for re-consideration. A message about the refusal to publish is sent to the author by e-mail.

7. After the editorial board of the journal makes a decision on the admission of the article to publication, the editorial board informs the author about it and specifies the publication date.

8. The presence of a positive review is not a sufficient reason for the publication of the article. The editorial board makes the final decision on the publication. In conflict situations, the editor-in-chief makes the decision.

9. The original reviews are kept in the editorial office of the journal for 5 years.

PROCEDURE FOR REVOKING (RETRACTING) AN ARTICLE
(developed on the basis of the recommendations of the Scientific Publishing Ethics Council of the Association of Scientific Editors and Publishers)

1. Withdrawal of a text from publication (retraction) is a mechanism for correcting published information and notifying readers that the publication contains serious shortcomings or erroneous data that cannot be trusted. The unreliability of the data may be the result of a good-faith error or deliberate violations. Retraction is also used in the case of duplicate publications, plagiarism, and concealment of conflicts of interest that could affect the interpretation of the data or recommendations for their use.

2. The following facts are the basis for revoking the article:

  • detection of incorrect borrowing (plagiarism) in the publication;
  • duplication of articles in several publications;
  • detection of falsifications or fabrications in the paper (for example, falsification of experimental data);
  • detection of serious errors in the paper (for example, incorrect interpretation of the results), which casts doubt on its scientific value;
  • incorrect composition of authors (includes persons who did not participate in writing the article, conducting the research, etc.;
  • does not include persons who were directly involved in conducting the research and writing the article);
  • hidden conflict of interest;
  • republication of the article without the author's consent;
  • article did not pass the review procedure.

3. The initiator of the beginning of the procedure of revocation (retraction) of the article may be:

  • author(s) of the article, who sends a written reasoned appeal to the editorial board of the journal about the review of the article;
  • author(s) of the article, who sends a written reasoned appeal to the editorial board of the journal about the review of the article;
  • editor-in-chief of the journal, who prepares an informed view of the reasons for the withdrawal of the publication;
  • editorial board of another journal that sent a request to the editorial board of the journal Trade, Service, Food Industry;
  • other persons who have provided evidence of a violation of scientific ethics by the author(s) of the article (for example, participants in a conflict of interest).

4. Review (retraction) of articles in the journal Trade, Service, Food Industry is carried out as follows:

4.1. After the request of the author or another person who provided facts of violation of scientific ethics in the article, the editorial board of the journal appoints a commission that conducts a comprehensive study of the case, taking into account all available facts and opportunities to verify the ethics of the publication.

4.2. Having made a decision to withdraw the article, the editorial board indicates in the minutes of the meeting the reason for the retraction (in case of plagiarism - indicating the sources of borrowing), as well as the date of the retraction. The article and the description of the article remain on the journal's website as part of the corresponding issue of the journal, but the electronic version of the text is marked WITHDRAWN / RETRACTED and the date of retraction, the same mark is placed in the article in the table of contents of the issue.

4.3. The editorial board does not mechanically delete articles from the electronic version of the journal and from the archive on the journ website, in order to maintain correctness.

4.4. The Council on Ethics of Scientific Publications of the Association of Scientific Editors and Publishers (for entering information into a single database of retracted articles) is provided with a protocol, which indicates the date of the meeting, the composition of the meeting, the results of the examination, the reasoned decision and the completed form:

  • full name of the author and title of the article;
  • the name of the publication from which the text is withdrawn;
  • initiator of the article review;
  • the basis for the review of the article and the date of the decision;
  • link to the page on the publication's website that contains information about the retraction;
  • output of the article and DOI (if available);
  • topics (social sciences, agriculture, etc.).

4.5. Information about the revoked texts is transmitted to the databases of scientific information – National Electronic Library, CyberLeninka. Upon receipt of the request for retraction, the information about the article and the full text remain on the eLibrary.ru and in CyberLeninka, but supplemented with information about retraction. Withdrawn articles and references from them are excluded from the RSCI and do not participate in the calculation of indicators.

4.6. In case of serious moral damage to the parties to the conflict of interests, information about the fact of violation of scientific ethics may be transmitted to the place of work of the author.

4.7. The editorial board reserves the right to make its own decision regarding further cooperation with the authors of the retracted articles (complete refusal of cooperation, refusal of cooperation for a certain time, appointment of additional examination of articles in case of repeated cooperation).

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Aleksandrenko Nina Siberian Federal University
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                        Alekseeva Tatyana
Alekseeva Tatyana Combine «Chulym» Rosrezerv


                        Ananina Rimma
Ananina Rimma Siberian Federal University (Department of trade and marketing, assistent)
employee


                        Arutyunyan Kristina
Arutyunyan Kristina Siberian Federal University


                        Baguzova Larisa Valentinovna
Baguzova Larisa Valentinovna Siberian Federal University (Torgovogo dela i marketinga, st. prepodavatel')


                        Balyabina Tatiana
Balyabina Tatiana Siberian Federal University
employee


                        Belan Kseniya
Belan Kseniya Siberian Federal University


                        Belonogova Ekaterina
Belonogova Ekaterina Sibirskiy federal'nyy universitet (torgovogo dela i marketinga, docent)
employee from 01.01.2002 until now
candidate of economic sciences from 01.01.2013 until now


ORCID:0000-0003-3391-3888
                        Berg Tatiana
Berg Tatiana Siberian Federal University (Department of Trade and Marketing, Associate Professor)
employee
candidate of economic sciences

docent

                        Berdnikova Ekaterina
Berdnikova Ekaterina Siberian Federal University


                        Bersenev Maksim
Bersenev Maksim Siberian Federal University
student from 01.01.2019 until now


                        Boev Vladimir
Boev Vladimir Siberian Federal University
graduate student


                        Bondareva Angelina
Bondareva Angelina Siberian Federal University


                        Valueva Ksenia
Valueva Ksenia Siberian Federal University


                        Velmyaikina Yana
Velmyaikina Yana Siberian Federal University


                        Veremeenko Olga
Veremeenko Olga Siberian Federal University


                        Veretnova Olga
Veretnova Olga Siberian Federal University
candidate of technical sciences

docent

                        Vinichuk Oksana
Vinichuk Oksana Far Eastern Federal University
candidate of economic sciences

docent

                        Voloshin Andrey
Voloshin Andrey Siberian Federal University (Department of trade and marketing, docent)
candidate of economic sciences

docent from 01.01.2020 until now

                        Vydrych Natalya
Vydrych Natalya Siberian Federal University


Suslova Julia  — Chief Editor
Siberian Federal University (Institute of Trade and Services, director)
doctor of economic sciences from 01.01.2009 until now

docent from 01.01.2005 until now
Krasnoyarsk, Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation
ORCID:0000-0003-3127-0452
Anopchenko Tatyana  — Member of the Editorial Board
Plekhanov Russian University of Economics (Department of State and Municipal Administration, professor)
doctor of economic sciences
Academic rank Honorary Worker of Education of the Russian Federation Member of the Expert Council on Higher Education under the State Duma Committee on Education and Science
professor
Moscow, Russian Federation
Gubanenko Galina  — Member of the Editorial Board
Siberian Federal University (Department of Technology and Organization of Public Catering, head of the department)
doctor of technical sciences

docent
Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation
ORCID:0000-0002-3049-0835
Demchenko Svetlana  — Member of the Editorial Board
Siberian Federal University (Department of Trade and Marketing, professor)
doctor of economic sciences

docent
Krasnoyarsk, Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation
Zhironkin Sergey  — Member of the Editorial Board
T.F. Gorbachev Kuzbass State Technical University (Department of Open-pit Mining, professor)
doctor of economic sciences

docent
Kemerovo, Russian Federation
Ivanova Galina  — Member of the Editorial Board
Siberian Federal University (Department of Technology and Organization of Public Catering, professor)
doctor of agricultural sciences

professor
Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation
Konovalova Maria  — Member of the Editorial Board
Samara State University of Economics (Institute of National and World Economy, director)
doctor of economic sciences

professor
Samara, Russian Federation
Lukinyh Valeriy  — Member of the Editorial Board
Krasnoyarsk State Agrarian University (Department of Logistics, head of the department)
doctor of economic sciences

docent
Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation
Simchenko Nataliya  — Member of the Editorial Board
St. Petersburg State University (Department of Economic Theory and History of Economic Thought, professor)
doctor of economic sciences

professor
Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation
Pushmina Irina  — Member of the Editorial Board
Siberian Federal University (Department of Technology and Organization of Public Catering, professor)
doctor of technical sciences

docent
Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation
Rozhkova Anna  — Member of the Editorial Board
Pskov State University (Department of Civil Law and Process, associate professor)
candidate of economic sciences

Pskov, Russian Federation
Tereshchenko Natalia  — Member of the Editorial Board
Siberian Federal University (Depatment of Trade Business and Marketing, professor)
doctor of economic sciences

professor
Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation
Shkolnikova Marina  — Member of the Editorial Board
Ural State University of Economics (Department of Nutrition Technology, professor)
doctor of technical sciences

docent
Ekaterinburg, Russian Federation
Scherbenko Eva  — Member of the Editorial Board
Siberian federal university (Depatment of Trade busness and marketing, professor)
employee from 01.01.1994 until now
doctor of economic sciences from 16.02.2012 until now

docent from 23.03.2006 until now
Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation
Yanova Marina  — Member of the Editorial Board
Krasnoyarsk State Agrarian University (Department of Technology of Bakery, Confectionery and Pasta Production, head of the department)
candidate of agricultural sciences

docent
Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation
Komissarova Ekaterina  — Lead Editor
Siberian Federal University (Department of Research Support, Grant Support and International Cooperation, head)

Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation

VAC

Code 4.3.3
Name Пищевые системы
Code 5.2.1
Name Экономическая теория
Code 5.2.3
Name Региональная и отраслевая экономика

GRNTI

Code 06.00
Name ЭКОНОМИКА И ЭКОНОМИЧЕСКИЕ НАУКИ
Code 65.00
Name ПИЩЕВАЯ ПРОМЫШЛЕННОСТЬ
Code 71.00
Name ВНУТРЕННЯЯ ТОРГОВЛЯ. ТУРИСТСКО-ЭКСКУРСИОННОЕ ОБСЛУЖИВАНИЕ
Code 64.00
Name ЛЕГКАЯ ПРОМЫШЛЕННОСТЬ
Code 72.00
Name ВНЕШНЯЯ ТОРГОВЛЯ

Suslova Julia
doctor of economic sciences, Professor, Head of the Department of Trade and Marketing, Director of the Institute of Trade and Services of Siberian Federal University

EDUCATION:
1993-1998 – Krasnoyarsk State Institute of Trade and Economics, specialty "Economics and management at a trade and public catering enterprise”, qualification “Economist-manager”;
1998-2000 – postgraduate study of the Krasnoyarsk State Trade and Economic Institute, full-time education, specialty 08.00.05 – “Economics and management of the national economy”;
in 2000 submitted dissertation for the degree of candidate of economic sciences;
in 2009 submitted dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Economics;
2015-2018 – Master's program at the National Research University Higher School of Economics (Moscow), major in Management, master's program in Management in Higher Education, Master's qualification.

PUBLICATIONS:
Total published 252 papers, including 200 scientific papers, of them: 12 monographs, 22 articles in peer-reviewed periodicals included in the Scopus and Web of Science databases, more than 55 articles in journals from the list the Higher Attestation Commission; 8 study guides with stamps EMD, FIED. The Hirsch index in the RSCI database – 25, in the Scopus database – 5.

EXPERT ACTIVITIES AND MEMBERSHIP IN DISSERTATION COUNCILS:

  • Chairman of the dissertation council 24.2.404.08 in the scientific specialty 5.2.3 Regional and sectoral economics (economic sciences);
  • Deputy Chairman of the Dissertation Council 24.2.404.04 in the scientific specialty 5.2.1 Economic theory (economic sciences);
  • an expert in the field of state accreditation of educational organizations;
  • Member of the Federal Educational and Methodological Association for an enlarged group of specialties and areas of training 43.00.00 "Service and Tourism";
  • Expert of the Krasnoyarsk Regional Fund for Support of Scientific and Scientific and Technical Activities (Krasnoyarsk Regional Fund of Science);
  • Member of the managerial personnel reserve of the Krasnoyarsk Territory (4th graduate of the School of Managerial Reserve, Krasnoyarsk, 2012);
  • Member of the Commission for the Development and Methodological Support of Educational Programs in Applied Economics of the Association of Leading Universities in Economics and Management.

Mission

MISSION
Creating conditions for scientific communication in the field of trade and services through the rapid publication of the most important results and achievements of scientific research.

GOAL
Creation of an international open platform for international communication and exchange of scientific information, the results of fundamental and applied research of academic and expert-analytical specialists in the field of trade, service, food and hospitality industry.

TASKS:
1. Rapid dissemination of research results to the scientific community around the world.
2. Support for advanced research in the field of trade and services.
3. Formation of an atmosphere of open scientific controversy that contributes to improving the quality and effectiveness of scientific research.
4. Highlighting current problems and drawing the attention of specialists to modern challenges of trade and services development.

PERIODICITY
4 issues per year (quarterly)

Editorial staff of the journal
journal.tsfi.2020@gmail.com
tel. +7 (391) 206-24-21

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