INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE TECHNICAL PREPARATION

Papers need to be submitted electronically as an attachment – open document (Word format), to the conference’s official e-mail address, as follows: edasol@edasol-au.com. In so much that papers do not fulfill the recommendations given in this booklet, they will not be submitted for review and will not be printed.

The paper needs to be written in Microsoft word, font Times New Roman (12), spacing (1). Page format must be size A4. Margins are to be, top 2.5 cm, bottom 2.5 cm, left 2.5 cm and right 2.5 cm. The work should be 30,000 characters long (approx. 16 pages). Exceptions to this are reviews which can be 50,000 characters long. The work must be redacted.

Title of paper– in CAPITAL LETTERS, centered (Times New Roman, size 16, bold). Under the title should state the surname, title and name of author (Times New Roman, size 14). Example: Surname Dr. (MR) name or surname, first name, BA ECC. In the footnote on the first page, it should state the scientific rank of the author, name and address of the institution in which the author works as well as the author’s e-mail address (Times New Roman, size 11)

Abstractshould be between 100 and 250 words and should be located at the beginning of the work, that is, under the title of the work, two spaces below (TNR, size 11, italic).

Key words:(up to 5 key words) (TNR, size 11, italic). It is required that at least one classification code from the JEL classification system be given, which is used by the Journal of Economic Literature (JEL: http://www.aeaweb.org/journal/jel_class_system.php), also one space lower.

 C  s should be written concisely, in an understandable style and in a logical order that, as a rule, includes: an introductory part, the purpose and method of research, topic development and conclusion.

Headings and Subheading

  • INTRODUCTION (TNR, size 12, bold), without text TNR size 12, two spaces after the key words, without numbering.
  • The headlines in the work should be TNR, size 12, CAPITAL LETTERS, bold, text alignment left margin. Between work titles there should be a single, blank row. Headlines should be numbered 1.:, 2.:, etc…
  • Subtitles, second level, TNR, size 12, bold, text alignment left margin
  • Subtitles, third level, TNR, size 12, bold, text alignment left margin
  • CONCLUSION (TNR, size 12, bold) text TNR, size 12 without numbering.

The summary is given in the expanded form, whose length can be up to 1/10 the length of the work.It is listed at the end of the work, after the bibliography. In the upper left corner, the name and surname of the author is to be stated (TNR, size 12). Three lines below should be the TITLE OF THE WORK in English – in so much as the work is written in one of the B&H languages, or in one of the B&H languages in so much as the work is written in English (TNR, size 14, bold). Then two lines below that should be the Summary (TNR, size 12, bold): then the text (TNR, size 11, italic). After the text, one line below, come the Key Words (TNR, size 12, bold):key word 1, key word 2 … key word 5 (TNR, size 11, italic). One space below that should follow the JEL classification (TNR, size 12, bold): E04, B12 (TNR, size 11, italic).

Referencing individuals in the textshould contain the name, middle letter and surname for first use. In subsequent references only the surname is to be cited. Titles should not be used, such as Mr., Dr., Prof, and so forth. For example: Alan s. Blinder (2006) [First reference], Blinder (2006) [subsequent references].

Organizations or government agencies in the text:In the first reference, full name with the abbreviation in parentheses should be cited. For further references, only the abbreviation should be used. For example: Social Science Research Council (SSRC) [first reference], SSRC [further references].

Referencing articles and books in the text. Provide first name and surname (name, middle letter and surname of the author and the publishing year in the first reference, with page number), where necessary. For example: Glen Firebaugh (1999) [first reference]; Firebaugh (1999) [subsequent references]; Andrea Boltho and Gianni Toniolo (1999) [first reference]; Boltho and Toniolo (1999) [subsequent references]; Albert Berry, Francois Bourguignon and Christian Morrisson (1983) [first reference]; Berry, Bourguignon and Morrisson (1983) [subsequent references]. When citing several works by the same author, the author’s surname and year of publication should be given in parentheses for each further reference. When the list of references is cited within the text, they should be chronologically sorted then alphabetically by year. When citing a work with four or more author, only the first author should be cited then et al. along with the year. For example: Stefan Folster et al. (1998). If more than one edition is used from the same year by one or more authors, the year and letter a, b, etc… should be cited. For example: 1997 a, b.

Citing authors in the text should be identical to the citation used throughout the word, with reference to the Bibliography. Suggested reference in text: [Lukacs, 2005:4].

Detailed instructions for writing the work can be found on the Journal of Economics and Market Communications – EMC Review website (www.emc-review.com).