10 – 22 pages (including illustrations, tables and references)
Margins – 2.5 cm on each side
Page Numbering - Continuous throughout the article, at the bottom of the page
Abstract (max. 250 words)
The abstract should contain the following elements: aim, research methods, conclusions, originality / value of the article, implications of the research, limitations of the research.
font - Times New Roman 12
line spacing - 1.5 points
highlighting in text – semi-bold
foreign words - in italics
names used for the first time - full name (first name and surname). Afterwards, only surname
abbreviations - the first time the full term should be given together with the abbreviation in brackets; afterwards only the abbreviation should be given. Example: value added tax (VAT)
numbers with 4 or more digits – a comma should be used (e.g., 5,000; 50,000; 500,000 etc.)
decimal numbers – a decimal point (dot) should be used (e.g., 0.51 instead of 0,51)
placed in quotation marks, no italics, accurately reproduced,
any omission of a passage in the quoted text should be marked by square brackets: [...]
inclusions by the author(s) to quotations in brackets - the initials of the author(s) should be given at the end: [included by X.Y.]
Harvard style (in the text in brackets)
Any reference in the text should include the author's name, year of publication and relevant pages, e.g.: (Michalewicz 2001: 35-41). In the case of two authors, they have to be listed as follows: (Pioterek, Zieleniecka 2004: 45-51). In a situation where there are more than two authors, the lead author should be mentioned, followed by „et al.”, e.g.,: (Nowak et al., 2012: 48-66).
illustrations (drawings, charts, diagrams) should be editable, and be in black-white (no other colours!),
drawings, charts and diagrams - in source files (* xls and * .cdr), pictures - in source files (preferably * tif), resolution min. 300 dpi
illustrations should be numbered, with a title (above the illustration, Times New Roman 12) and source (under the illustration)
Oziewicz E. (ed.) (2006), Transformations in the modern world economy, PWE, Warsaw.
articles of chapters in edited volumes / joint publications:
Michalewicz A. (2001), Logistic systems supporting logistic distribution, in: Logistics distribution, ed. Rutkowski K., Difin, Warsaw, pp. 102-123.
b) articles in journals or newspapers:
Strzyżewska K. (2008), Supply management, „Logistyka a Jakość”, vol. 5 no. 3-4, pp. 31-42.
Orłowski W. (2008), Wielki wybuch, czyli giełdy w panice (Big explosion, or panic on the stock market), „Gazeta Wyborcza”, 13 October 2008, p. 3.
c) material obtained from the internet or electronic databases (the complete data of websites and date of access should be given in brackets)