Guidelines for authors
The text should be prepared in MS Word format. Font: Times New Roman 12 pt., line spacing 1.5. Standard margins. The text should be approximately one publishing sheet (40,000 typographic characters including spaces). The text must be preceded by the author's data, including:
● the author's name, surname and affiliation (font: Times New Roman 12 pt., bold),
● the title of the article (font: Times New Roman 14 pt., bold),
● the e-mail address,
● the ORCID number,
● an abstract in Polish (font: Times New Roman, 10 pt., maximum 100 words), and
● key words (font: Times New Roman, maximum 5 positions)
Placed at the end of the text, after the references, should be a list of figures and tables as well as an abstract with key words in English (font: Times New Roman, 10 pt., maximum 300 words).
The references should follow the patterns below:
● An article in a journal:
Chojnicki Z., Czyż T. 2003. Polska na ścieżce rozwoju gospodarki opartej na wiedzy. Podejście regionalne (Poland on the path of development of a knowledge-based economy. A regional approach). Przegląd Geograficzny, 75: 23?29.
● A chapter in a collective work:
Parysek J., Ratajczak W. 2002. Analiza składowych głównych, jej korzyści i ograniczenia z punktu widzenia badań geograficznych (Principal components analysis: its advantages and limitations from the point of view of geographical research). [In:] H. Rogacki (ed.), Możliwości i ograniczenia zastosowania metod badawczych w geografii i gospodarce przestrzennej. Bogucki Wyd. Nauk., Poznań, pp. 61-73.
● A book publication:
Kaczmarek T. 1996. Rola funkcji administracyjnych w rozwoju średnich miast Wielkopolski (Role of administrative functions in the development of medium-sized towns of Wielkopolska). Bogucki Wyd. Nauk., Poznań.
● Tables should have a concise, not excessively long heading.
● Tables can be put in the appropriate place in the text, at its end, or in separate files.
1. Prepared in MS Excel, MS Word, or Corel Draw formats
They should be submitted in the format in which they have been prepared. Figures prepared in Corel Draw should not be saved as *.tif or *.jpg.
2. Scanned figures
They should be saved in the *.tif or *.jpg format (if in *.jpg, then choosing the smallest compression level and the highest quality - the smaller the file, the worse its quality, which should be avoided) at a resolution of a minimum of 300 dpi and a width of 126 mm.
3. Figures prepared in other programs
They should be exported, preferably to such formats as *.wmf. *.emf or *.eps; if this is not possible, then to *.tif or *.jpg (if to *.jpg, then choosing the smallest compression level and the highest quality) at a resolution of a minimum of 300 dpi and a width of 126 mm.
● Files with figures are best named in accordance with their numbering in the text rather than in a descriptive way.
The parcel can be preceded by e-mail correspondence with attachments.
THE EDITORIAL BOARD DOES NOT RETURN MATERIALS SUBMITTED.
The principles of COPE are respected.
Rafal Lemanski - Secretary
Regional Development and Regional Policy
Bulletin of the AMU Faculty of Human Geography and Planning
ul. B. Krygowskiego 10, 61-680 Poznań, Polande-mail: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org