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In order to participate in scientific measures, you should follow some mandatory items:

  1. Fill in the registration form for participation
  2. Prepare the materials according to the Requirements for the document execution (see below).
  3. Send the materials to committee via e-mail @ materials must have formats doc, rtf.
  4. Attach (snapshot) a receipt of the registration fee to committee e-mail @. In format jpg, doc, pdf.
Materials are necessary to sign: Participant’s surname_article, Participant’s surname_fee. The confirmation of a receipt of materials, the organizing committee sends out within 1-2 working days.
NB! In case of discrepancy of submitted materials to format of a scientific event, the conference fee is fully refunded within 3 banking days.

For the media, general Provisions:
  1. The media representatives may attend meetings only in the case of pre-registration and official accreditation.
  2. To be accredited for the participation in the Conference may the media representatives, registered in accordance with the Law.
  3. Pre-registration for the media representatives is required.
  4. The number of the media representatives who can participate in the conference, is not limited.
  5. One-time registration for the media representatives is valid during all days of the Conference.
For the registration procedure, to committee e-mail you should send info@science-genesis.com
  1. Your name,
  2. Employee identification
  3. Contact telephone number and e-mail address
A confirmation of registration the organizing committee sends within 2 working days. In the case of non-receipt of the confirmation, please contact the organizing committee.

A registered media representative must:
  • check the authenticity of the communicated information;
  • when using the official information and quoting statements of participants of the conference, follow the "The rules of mentioned sources."

Politics of references

When using the information, quoting the statements of participants of scientific events, the ready materials must include a reference

  • Print media - any article or interview, written in the course or at the end of the scientific event, should include a reference to the event, with the date and venue.
  • Radio - any program or interview recorded during the event, should include a reference to this event, with the date and venue.
  • Television - any program or interviews taken on the territory of the scientific event should include a reference to the event, with the date and venue.
  • Internet-media - any article or interview, written in the course or at the end of the research event, should include a reference to the event, with the date and venue (with placement of the logo).

Requirements for the document execution
 Paper size  A4, orientation-book
 Field  Top and bottom edge – 2 cm, left - 2 сm, right - 2 cm
 Main font  Times New Roman
 Font size of the main text  14 pt
 Line spacing  sesquialteral
 Text alignment  breadthwise
 Paragraph  1,25 cm
 Page numbering  no
 Images and tables  permitted in accordance with generally accepted standards
 Making a list of references In square brackts [1, с. 2], references are at the end of text.
Size of the thesis from 3 to 5 pages included
Size of the article From 5 pages


AN EXAMPLE OF DOCUMENT EXECUTION
Thematic Conference (Section Nr *)
Ivanov I.I.
Dr.sc.oec, prof.
,
Finance University affiliated to the Government of the Russian Federation
Department of Public Administration
Moscow, Russian Federation


Ivanova A.A.
Dr.sc.oec, A.P.

Finance University affiliated to the Government of the Russian Federation
Department of Public Administration
Moscow, Russian Federation


PAPER TOPIC
Text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text textт… [1, p. 2].

Literature:
  1. Accounting Regulations "Income" 9/99: Order of the Russian Finance Ministry from 06.05.1999 Nr 32n.
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