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Manuscripts should be prepared in MS Word using a normal plain font (10 or 12) for text and double spacing. Number the pages
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Section titles should be formatted as follows:
1. INTRODUCTION (SMALL CAPS)
2. DESIGN OF THE EVENT STUDY
2.1 Defining a Successful Event (Italic)
Use the equation editor or MathType for equations.
The set of tables can follow at the end of the paper or be inserted in the text directly. Tables should be of a reasonable number and size. Columns should be clearly designed and explanations should be given in footnotes below the table body.
Table titles should be formatted as follows:
TABLE 1 - Success of Intervention Operations
The set of figures can follow at the end of the paper or be inserted in the text directly.
Figures should be complete and clearly drawn. Special care should be taken to ensure that lettering and symbols are of a comparable size and readable even if reduced to fit the journalʼs page format.
Figure titles should be formatted as follows:
FIGURE 1 - Estimated Trends
The list of references should be listed in alphabetical order by author's name and then further sorted chronologically if necessary. References should appear as follows (abbreviate first names, provide issue numbers of journals):
Armendariz de Aghion, B. and J. Morduch (2005), The Economics of Microfinance, MIT Press: Cambridge, MA.
Contributions in edited volumes:
Shachmurove, Y. (1996), Dynamic linkages among Latin American and other major world stock market, in: J. Doukas, L. Lang (Eds), “Research in International Business and Finance”, JAI Press: Greenwich.
Solow, R.M. (1956), “A Contribution to the Theory of Economic Growth”, Quarterly Journal of Economics, 70(1), 65-94.
WHO (2006), World Health Statistics, World Health Organisation: Geneva.
OECD (2005), Economic Surveys: France, OECD Publications: Paris.
Ioannidou, V.P. (2002), Does Monetary Policy Affect the Central Bankʼs Role in Bank Supervision?, Paper presented at 38th Conference on Bank Structure and Competition, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, 8-10 May.
Mishkin, F. (2000), What should Central Bank Do?, Paper presented at the Homer Jones Lecture, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, 30 March.
Fantastichini, L. (1987), Destra e Sinistra oggi, Comunicazione presentata al convegno annuale della Società italiana di filosofia politica, Assisi, 20 Marzo.
Becchetti, L. and N. Solferino (2003), “On Ethical Product Differentiation”, CEIS Working Paper No. 188.
Bond, S., A. Hoeffler and J. Temple (2001), “GMM Estimation of Empirical Growth Models”, University of Bristol Discussion Paper No. 525
Stultz, R.M. and R. Williamson (2001), “Culture, Openness and Finance”, NBER Working Paper No. 8222.
For the sake of brevity, “et al.” should be used (in italics) if more than two authors are referred to. Example:
Cohen et al. (2001) or (Cohen et al., 2001) in the in-text citation.
Cohen, J., W.T. Dickens and A. Posen (2001), in the final bibliography.
Newspaper articles where author details are available can be made in reference list as follows:
Munchau W. (2006), “Prodiʼs Lamentable Poll is Bad News for the Euro”, Financial Times, April 16.
Berg, S., W. Steffen and A. Wasserman (2005), “The Price of a Failed Reunification”, SPIEGEL online International, September 5, .