Instructions for authors
  • An article may be submitted in either Polish or English; it must be written in an impersonal form.
  • Articles should be no longer than 30 pages (Times New Roman, 12-point font, 2.5 cm margins, 1.5 line spacing).
  • Articles should be clearly separated into parts, such as an introduction, chapters/sections, and an ending (conclusions, summary).
  • References should be cited in the body of the text, not in the footnotes. Examples:
    (a) Management of natural resources exploitation is based on both economic and ecological principles [Goleman, 2009].
    (b) A similar micro approach based on simple Mincerian equations was used earlier by Prasad [2003] for Germany.
    (c) The inclusion of A.C. Pigou's theory of externalities into neoclassical analysis [Pigou, 1941, 1943, 1947] resulted in including the social costs or benefits of the aggregate supply.
    (d) For a discussion of rationing rules see, for example, Tirole [1988: 212-214].
  • As the journal is printed in black and white (with tones of gray), please ensure that no other colors are used in any charts or diagrams.
  • Any diagrams, tables or figures should be numbered.
  • References should be arranged alphabetically and chronologically. Book and journal titles should be italicized. Please follow the pattern as shown in the examples below:
    (a) Tanzi V., Schuknecht L. [2000], Public spending in the 20th Century: a global perspective, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
    (b) Levinson A. [2012], Valuing public goods using happiness data: the case of air quality, Journal of Public Economics, vol. 96, No. 9-10, October: 869-880.
    (c) Heckman J.J. [1979], Sample selection bias as a specification error, Econometrica, vol. 47, No. 1: 153-161.
    (d) Telegdy A. [2006], The effect of the public-sector wage increase on the public-private relative wages, in: Galasi, P., Kezdi, G. (eds.), The Hungarian Labour Market: 60-68, Budapest, Institute of Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
  • Along with your article, you should attach the following on a separate page, in Polish and English:
    - an abstract (of 150-200 words), which must provide information about the aim of the article, the research method, results, and conclusions;
    - keywords (four to five);
    - JEL (Journal of Economic Literature) classification codes.
  • The article should be emailed in pdf format to:
  • The submitted hard-copy version of the article must not contain any information that would make it possible to identify the author, i.e.:
    - The authors' names and their affiliations must not appear on the title page.
    - References to any previous work by the authors (books, articles, papers, etc.) should be phrased in such a way so as to prevent their identification.
    - The hard-copy version of the article must not contain any acknowledgments or references to participation in joint research projects, conferences, etc.
  • Attached to the article should be the author's e-mail address, telephone number, and place of work (affiliation).
  • An article must be accompanied by a statement in which you: a) specify the involvement (contribution) of all or any co-authors, b) declare that the work does not infringe upon third-party rights, and c) declare that you submit the article for free to be published, distributed and posted on the Gospodarka Narodowa website, pursuant to Article 50 of the Law on Copyright and Related Rights. The statement form is available for download on the magazine's website under the "For Authors" tab.
  • Articles accepted for publication may be edited in terms of both content and style.
  • The magazine reserves the right to make abridgments and adjustments in order to bring an article into line with its editorial standards. The title of an article may be changed.
  • The magazine works closely with authors throughout the process of editing the article.
  • Submitted articles are not returned.
  • Authors of articles that are published are entitled to one complimentary copies of the issue of Gospodarka Narodowa containing their article.
The procedure for qualifying an article for publication
  • Articles are qualified for publication on the basis of a peer review process.
  • Articles are reviewed by at least two reviewers who are experts in the subject matter covered by the article.
  • The review process is conducted according to a "double-blind" principle-neither the reviewer nor the author are aware of each other's identity.
  • In the event of discrepancies in the evaluation of an article by two reviewers, the article is referred to a third reviewer for a conclusive review.
  • Reviews are in writing and contain a clear conclusion as to whether or not the article can be accepted for publication.
  • Articles are reviewed in accordance with uniform evaluation criteria adopted by the Editorial Board and set out in an article evaluation form.
  • Articles are evaluated on the basis of the following criteria:
    - suitability for a magazine of this type,
    - original content,
    - contribution of new insight into the subject of research,
    - factual accuracy.
  • Reviews form the basis of the Editorial Board's final decision on whether or not an article will be accepted for publication; on each occasion, such a decision is made after a discussion.
  • Editorial Board decisions end with one of the following conclusions:
    - The article is academically irreproachable and qualifies for publication.
    - The article requires some (minor) corrections and will qualify for publication once these are made.
    - The article requires significant (major) corrections and needs to be re-reviewed once these are made and before it can be qualified for publication.
    - The article does not qualify for publication.
  • If reservations are expressed with regard to an article, its authors are expected to take these into account in a new version of the article.
  • If the authors are unable to take the reservations into account, they should make a case in writing, explaining why.
  • If major reservations are expressed with regard to an article, the new version of the article will be re-reviewed by one of the reviewers who evaluated the original article.
Additional guidelines for authors of articles accepted for publication
  • Accepting an article for publication requires the disclosure of the author's identity and affiliation. You should also provide the author's email address to respond to any letters from readers. This version should include any acknowledgements or information about the sources of financing the research (e.g. "statutory research", NCN grant, etc.).
  • The article should be emailed in Word format to:

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