Guide for Authors
- To assist authors an appropriate form will be supplied by the editorial office. Alternatively, authors may like to download a copy of the form
- Manuscript can be written in any language
- Email the formatted manuscript in electronic form, to firstname.lastname@example.org
Font face Eurostile. Title: Font in 11 point, name of the Author in 12 point, notes in 8 point, text and other elements in 10 point.
a) references in body of text ( Alvaro, 1995: 706) with references at the end;
b) full references made in end notes.
Please note the following examples
W. Leontief (1951), The structure of American Economy,1919-1939: an Empirical Application of Equilibrium Analysis, Oxford University Press, Londra, (Orig. pub. 1941).
- Journal articles
R. Byron (1978), The estimation of large social account matrices, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A 141: 359-67.
J. R. Millar (1972), The Social Accounting Basis of Keynes' Aggregate Supply and Demand Functions, The Economic Journal, 82 (326): 600-611.
For unpublished lectures or symposia, include title of the paper, name of the sponsoring society in full, date.
Figures and tables
Figures and tables should be in a finished form suitable for publication and put inside the given format. Number figures and tables consecutively with Arabic numerals, in order of appearance in the text. Type each table and figure with a short descriptive title typed directly above and with essential footnotes below.
Equations should be typewritten and with the number placed in parentheses at the right margin. Reference to equations should be simply (1), (2), etc.
pmYY + YM = Z = ZC + ZF + ZE