Article title

The title of the article should offer a succinct presentation of its theme.  It should not consist in a lengthy description.

Please, do not include in the title:

  • words that refer to the research process as such (e.g., analysis, research, study, investigation); 
  • words that indicate relevance (new, modern, current);
  • expressions of evaluative ranking (best, most/least profitable, optimal);
  • general introductory constructions (to the question of, in terms of);
  • abbreviation.

As opposed to declarative sentences, the title of an article typically does not include verbs. The ideal length of the title is  seven words (not including prepositions and conjunctions). Title and subtitle can be separated by colon or dash but count as a single title.