There are some technologies how to write scientific texts. You should tell about the relevance, it can be said in one phrase. If you write a work that “grew” from nowhere, if it isn’t told where the work came from, if it isn’t told how it relates to other works in this area, 99% of reviewers will simply close it on the first page and will not even be considered further. Everyone has too much to do, so you have to prove that you have done something new that deserves publication in this magazine. In this case, it must be presented in an appropriate way. You just wrote a job, and after you got it back, you need to think about the requirements of the magazine. You just need to follow certain guidelines, how to write these articles. One of the settings: you have to show what’s new in this science you did. It is very good sometimes to write about the field of possible applications, if you have done something new and where it can be applied, you can write about it, the reviewers like it very much.
Don’t think up terms that aren’t accepted in the world. For whom is the article written? It is written for the scientific community, if you use terminology and notation other than in the community, why you should expect that the community will look at your work. No one will look.
In addition, try not to use designations that, with typographical errors, can distort the meaning of the text.
When you write the 30th article, the process is already established, but if you write your first article, then try the following method. If you want to formulate some idea, write a sentence, look at it, try to write this thought in the form of another sentence, and do the same in 3-4 ways. And now, when you look at five ways of writing one thought, when you do it 20 times, then, believe me, from 21 times you will write correctly.
A very important thing is that the sentences should be short, you can’t write sentences of 6-7 lines. In scientific articles, however, try to avoid long sentences of 4-6 lines.
Another recommendation for writing an article in the magazine: don’t abuse footnotes, no editions like footnotes, the fewer footnotes, the better, try to put thoughts into the main text. There are few journals in the humanities, where large footnotes make sense. There are books where footnotes take up more space than the main text. This doesn’t apply to basic economic, and especially mathematical texts. Editors don’t like footnotes, as they make the process of layout difficult.