Submission Preparation ChecklistAs part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
- The submission has not been previously published and it is not considered to be published by another journal.
- The submission file is in Microsoft Word or Open Office.
- The Scientific paper consists of Abstract, Keywords, JEL Classification, Introduction, Literature review, Methodology, Results and discussion, Conclusion, References and Brief description of Author/s.
- The article does not exceed the set length.
- The text is formatted (Times New Roman, font size, spacing) according to the Guidelines for the Authors.
- URLs for the references have been provided, where available.
- Only visual data, images, etc. over which the author(s) have copyright are used unless permission has been obtained and acknowledged.
- The citation is done in APA style according to the Guidelines for Authors.
- The article has been proofread and corrected for errors.
The scientific paper is a written and published report describing original research results. A well-written scientific paper explains the scientist's motivation for providing a research, the research design and execution, and the meaning of the results. Scientific papers are written in a style that is exceedingly clear and concise. Their purpose is to inform an audience about an important issue and to document the particular approach they used to investigate that issue.
If English is not the researcher’s first language, then proofreading by a native speaker might be helpful.
Research Notes present initial findings and reflections or problems concerning fieldwork and research in general. Research Notes should be between 1000 to 2000 words. While not reviewed, these will be subject to editorial review as such the right, if deemed inappropriate, to not to accept them will be reserved.
Reviews of existing work or short essays aimed at stimulating debate should be between 1000 to 2000 words. These will be subject to editorial scrutiny and as such the right, if deemed inappropriate, to not accept them will be reserved.
Reviews of Existing Work
Reviews of existing work or short essays aimed at stimulating debate should be of between 1000 to 2000 words. These will be subject to editorial scrutiny and as such the right, if deemed inappropriate, to not to accept them will be reserved.
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