The submitted papers must be original work without prior publication or currently being considered for publication, and will be approved by two specialists. The following conditions and procedures for the articles submission should be taken into consideration:
1. Articles must be written in English and submitted in MS-Word (doc or docx).
Their length should not exceed a maximum of 30 pages. A complete article should contain two files: the abstract file (maximum length: 120 words) and a main body text file.
2. On the first page of the abstract file the following information should be printed:
The code of classification of the submitted article should appear after the abstract according to the JEL classification system, and should be no more than 6 keywords.
3. Only the title of the article should appear at the top of the first page of the main body text file. All papers should be submitted to: email@example.com
4. Acknowledgements of references of the original source of the articles should appear after the endnotes and before the bibliographical references.
5. Tables or Graphs should be written clearly and their size should not exceed a regular A4 page. They should also be entitled and numbered accordingly (e.g. "Table 1:", "Graph 1:" etc.)
6. Paragraphs must be numbered in Arabic numbers, starting from introduction (e.g. 1, 1.1, 1.2,2, 2.1, 2.2 etc.).
7. The article should be accompanied by the bibliography directly relevant to its subject. Footnotes should be consecutively numbered and appear at the end of the article, before the bibliographical references.
8. The formulae should follow a consecutive numbering on the right hand side of the page.
9. Quotations cited in the main text or in the footnotes include the surname of the author, the year of publication and specific page numbers, for example: (Elton, 1967) or (Montesano and Brown, 2008) citing both names of two, or (Viaggi et al., 1991), when there are three or more authors.
Bibliographical references on the last page of the article should be written in alphabetical order, as follows:
i) For books: e.g. Strunk, W., and White, E. B. (1979). The elements of style. (3rd ed.). New York: Macmillan.
ii) For articles: e.g. Van der Geer, J., Hanraads, J. A., and Lupton, R. A. (2000). 'The art of writing a scientific article'. Journal of Scientific Communications, 163 (1), pp. 51-59.
10. Among the articles submitted, those that fulfill the above criteria are forwarded to referees for assessment.
11. Failure to apply the above terms will result in the rejection of the article or its return to the author for review and editing.
12. The author is informed whether or not the article submitted has been accepted or will be accepted upon improvements made based on the comments of the referee or the editorial board. When the author has completed the proofs reading of the articles no further additions or changes to the text are allowed.
13. Failure to a timely submission of the proofread article directly means that the article will not be included in the current issue.
14. Articles under review should be submitted to the following address:
Alter-natively papers may be submitted to: firstname.lastname@example.org