Bank and Policy Journal. Guidelines for Authors


Rules for preparing articles.
Authors should follow the following rules when preparing their articles. These rules are very important. As the Editorial Board of the Journal, we have made it easy for authors to compile articles.
We have the following rules.
In general, the article should consist of the following sections.
1. Title of articles
2. All information about the authors
3. Abstract part
4. Keywords. May contain 5-8 keywords.
5. Introduction part.
6. Discuss the main text or the problem
7. Conclusion part
8. Literature section - References.

Now we will explain them.
It doesn't matter if the titles of the articles can be long or short.
In the information about the authors, the authors must write their name, surname and patronymic, name of the company they work for, academic degrees, jobs and home addresses, positions, telephone numbers, ORCID numbers and email addresses.
There is no need to format articles in any format. It doesn't matter if the article is uppercase or lowercase. We change all this in the publication of articles.
The main format of the articles is: Microsoft Word, Time New Roman 12 font, all sides 2 cm, spacing 1.
The abstract of the sentences can be a minimum of 150 and a maximum of 500 words. There should be no paragraphs in the abstract. And there should be three main issues: the relevance of the article, the scientific novelty of the article and the non-repetition of the problem.
In keywords, the author should use mainly words related to the text. Otherwise it will be deleted or changed by the Editor.
Authors of articles must strictly follow the appropriate order of the text.
At the end of the article is a summary of the results and achievements.

At the end of the bibliography, all used references should be given in Apa style.  There are two ways to place references in the text of articles. We give an example.

1. Apa 7 styles (Mammadov, 1972)
2. Coding (example [12,3]). This style is intended mainly for Azerbaijani authors. Because this is required by the Higher Attestation Commission under the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan.

Cite as for articles
Uma Shankar Yadav, Ravindra Tripathi, Mano Ashish Tripathi, & Mammadov Nasir. (2022). MSME industries in Uttar Pradesh with special focus on (ODOP) Aligarh lock industry and Moonj craft of Prayagraj. Bank and Policy, 2 (3), 17–29. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6508308

Reference for books.
Mammadov A. (1979) Politics, Baku, Azerneshr, 90 p.

For internet resources

Uma Shankar Yadav, Ravindra Tripathi, Mano Ashish Tripathi, & Mammadov Nasir. (2022). MSME industries in Uttar Pradesh with special focus on (ODOP) Aligarh lock industry and Moonj craft of Prayagraj. Website: https://bankandpolicy.org/subject-areas/social-sciences-education-economics/29-msme-industries-in-uttar-pradesh-with-special-focus-on-odop-aligarh-lock-industry-and-moonj-craft-of-prayagraj.html

For conferences

Humeyir Ahmadov. (2021). JADIDISM MOVEMENT AND ITS INTEGRATION INTO THE EDUCATION SYSTEM OF THE TURKISH PEOPLE. Science, Education and Innovations in the Context of Modern Problems Conference, Baku, Azerbaijan, November, 2021, 4(2), 9–14. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6284077



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