REQUIREMENTS FOR SUBMITTING THE FINAL PAPERS FOR PUBLICATION IN THE SECOND CONFERENCE EDITION
1) Text font: TIMES NEW ROMAN;
2) Title of the paper: 16pt, bold, centered;
3) Name(s), Surname(s) – should be written below the title of the paper, please use no caps, 12pt, centered. Additional information about the title (e.g. Dr.), university/faculty/institution and e-mail address (not hyperlinked) should be written in the footnote;
4) Footnotes: 10pt
5) Abstract (the word itself should be written in 12pt), but the text of the abstract should be written in 10pt; and not to exceed 150 words;
6) Keywords: 10pt, not more than 5 keywords, without the JEL codes;
7) Headings: 12pt, bold, numbered (it depends on the character of the paper, if you do not want to number the headings, it’s up to you), alignment: left, please do not use caps;
8) Text: 12pt, alignment: justified, line spacing: single
9) Do not use the first line, but include the spacing between the paragraphs;
10) Endnotes are not welcomed. If you have the endnotes, please make them into footnotes;
11) References: should appear at the end of the paper and put into brackets throughout the text.
12) Bibliography: in alphabetical order, 10pt, must be on a separate page and must not exceed one page in length. Only include sources that are directly cited in the body of the text; alignment: justified, please do not write the names and surnames of the authors in caps. Please do not use the first line. Leave the spacing between them, like in the text between the paragraphs.
13) Footnotes should be kept to a minimum and numbered consecutively throughout the text. Footnotes should preferably not include formulae.
14) References should include the most relevant papers. In the text, references to publications should appear as follows: ‘Gurelli (2010, p. 53) reported that . . . ’ or ‘This problem has been a subject in literature before (e.g., Gurelli, 2010, p. 53)’. At the end of the paper, the complete references should be listed as:
Tirole, J. (1988), The Theory of Industrial Organization, Cambridge,
Mass.: MIT Press.
For contributions to collective works:
Shaked, A. and Sutton, J. (1984), “Natural oligopolies and international trade,” in: H. Kierzkowski (ed.), Monopolistic Competition and International
Trade, Oxford: Clarendon Press.
Gabszewicz, J.J. and Thisse, J.-F. (1979), “Price competition, quality, and income disparities,” Journal of Economic Theory 20: 340–359.
15) All mathematical expressions, either in-line or set-off, should be entered using an equation editor.
16) All graphs and diagrams should be referred to as figures and should be numbered consecutively in the text in Arabic numerals. Care should be taken that lettering and symbols are of a comparable size. For example: Figure 1. Happiness indicators
17) All unessential tables should be eliminated from the paper. Tables should be numbered consecutively in the text in Arabic numerals.
18) The length of the article should not exceed 10 pages. It is required to include one chapter of the article specifically about Business- University Partnership or Triple Helix approach regarding the particular socio-economic aspect the paper is about.