Issue №

Deadline for submitting materials

Electronic version becomes publicly


May 31, 2024

August 30, 2024


November 30, 2024

February 28, 2025


The order of submission of a scientific article:

To publish an article in the scientific journal "Customs Scientific Journal" № 1, 2024, you must complete the author's reference by link and send an e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by May 31, 2024, the scientific article (Surname.doc).

Language of publications: English.

The email should have the subject line "Customs Scientific Journal." No. 1 2024 ”(specify the issue number of the article).

Authors will be sure to send an e-mail about receiving and reviewing the editorial board.

Warning! If you have not received an acknowledgment letter in more than 7 business days, please contact the editorial office by contact.

Academic integrity:

The Editorial Board guarantees high-quality anonymous peer-review of articles and their check for plagiarism using the software developed by the Polish company

The authors receive a letter about the results of the review - see. the review process (rejected, accepted with revisions, accepted).

The editorial board does not consider the materials, designed with deviation from the following requirements regarding the order of submission and design of the scientific article. 

Requirements for the design of a scientific article:

Volume - 12-20 pages of text, paper size - A4, margins on all sides - 20 mm, line spacing - 1,5, font size - 14, headset - Times New Roman, paragraph - 1 cm (only for the main text of the article)

The structure of the scientific article:

1. UDC;

2. title of the article;

3. surname, name, patronymic of the author (s) of the article (no more than two persons), position, place of work / study, academic degree, academic title (if any), e-mail address;

4. ORCID ID code. If the author is not registered with ORCID, be sure to create an account at;

5. abstract and keywords.

Abstract volume: 300 words minimum, 350 words maximum. The required abstract structure: Purpose, Methods, Results, Conclusions. The abstract is accompanied with 5-10 keywords or phrases; none of them duplicates the article’s title;

6. JEL classification for keywords;

7. Article text:

Introduction is an indispensable part of the work in which the author indicates the novelty of the topic and the relevance of scientific decisions. The purpose of the study should be clearly stated along with the research objectives. It is necessary to specify the methodology of the study, the logic of presentation of the studied material.

The main text should be divided into content sections with separate headings (up to 4-6 words).

The article should contain conclusions from the study (Conclusions), which presents detailed conclusions on the results of the study and the prospects for further research in this direction.

8. References. It is designed in accordance with APA Style (APA Style Reference Citations). Author (transliteration), article title (transliteration), article title (parenthetically translated into English), source name (transliteration), source (city with English language designation), publishing house (transliteration). Example:

Dikhtiievskyi, P. V., Lahniuk, O. M. (2015). Kadrove zabezpechennia sudiv zahalnoi yurysdyktsii: administratyvno-pravovyi aspekt [Staff assistance of of courts of general jurisdiction: administrative and legal aspect]. Kherson: Helevetyka. [in Ukrainian]

Bondarenko, I. (2002). Sudova systema Ukrainy ta yii reformuvannia v suchasnykh umovakh [Judicial system of Ukraine and its reforming in the modern conditions]. Pravo Ukrainy, no. 8, pp. 37–39.

The transliteration of Ukrainian names is carried out in accordance with the requirements of the Decree of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine “On streamlining the transliteration of the Ukrainian alphabet in Latin” No. 55 of January 27, 2010.

9. At the end of the article, the following information should be mentioned in Ukrainian:

- title of the article;

- surname, name, patronymic of the author(s) of the article (no more than 2 persons);

- position, affiliation, academic degree, academic rank (if any), e-mail;

- ORCID ID code. If the author is not registered in ORCID, it is necessary to create the account at;

- abstract and keywords;

Volume of abstract in Ukrainian: 300 words minimum, 350 words maximum. The required abstract structure: Purpose, Methods, Results, Conclusions. The abstract is accompanied with 5-10 keywords or phrases; none of them duplicates the article’s title.  

Rules for designing references and references:

References to the literature are given in text only in parentheses according to the example:

At the same time, every citizen of Ukraine who meets the established requirements for a candidate for the position of prosecutor has the right to apply to the Qualification and Disciplinary Commission of Prosecutors with a statement about participation in the selection of candidates for the position of prosecutor (ZU "On the Prosecutor's Office", 2015).

The time has come to abandon the so-called "indicators" in prosecutors' activities. Performance of “indicators” is directly linked to bonuses for prosecutors and evaluation of their success (Bondarenko, 2002).

Prohibition to refer to the aggressor state’s scholarly papers:

It is prohibited citing and including in the reference list russian-language contributions published in any country, incl. papers written in other languages but published in russia and belarus.

Publication conditions:

Publication is free of charge if the articles of the journal profile and their scientific value are relevant. 

If desired, an author can order a printed copy of the journal. The cost of a printed copy is UAH 800.


Anti-plagiarism policy:

Customs Scientific Journal accepts entirely original manuscripts which have not been published before and have not been submitted to other journals.

All articles are subject to checking for plagiarism using by the Polish company The editors reject articles that contain plagiarism or textual borrowings without references to their original sources with further determination of the causes and circumstances of borrowings.

Plagiarism before publishing. The editorial board analyzes any case of plagiarism on its merits. If plagiarism or textual borrowing is detected by the editors or reviewers at any stage before publishing a manuscript, the author/authors is/are informed about the need to find out whether the detected plagiarism is borrowed by the author, or the author has copyright and it was borrowed by another person and published, that is, it is not plagiarism for a peer-reviewed article. If this is not the case, the author is asked to rewrite the text or refer to their original source. If plagiarism is more than 40%, the article may be rejected.

Plagiarism check procedure. Manuscripts in which plagiarism is detected are assessed based on the amount of plagiarism: if plagiarism is less than 40%, the manuscript is sent back to the authors for content revision. At the same time, the author/authors are advised to review the text borrowings in the manuscript and resubmit the updated article. If plagiarism is more than 40%, the manuscript is rejected without editorial review.

The percentage of plagiarism is detected using appropriate software and is also assessed by the editorial board.

Plagiarism after publishing. If plagiarism is detected after publication, the editorial board can decide to retract the paper from the journal’s electronic resources.

Self-plagiarism. The editors do not encourage excessive self-citations, although they do not deny their justified use for clarifying a verbalized opinion or an appropriate reference to previously conducted and published research.