Page set-up of the manuscripts should be on A4 paper, Microsoft Word, 12 font size Times New Roman, double-spaced with margins of at least one inch-left and right, and one and half inch margin-top and bottom. Manuscripts should be arranged in the following order:
- Title page with names of the author(s) and correspondence.
- Abstract including up to six key words and JEL Classification Codes
- Introduction section
- Literature review section
- Methodology section
- Results and Discussion section
- References (Harvard Style)
Tables of results and figures must be inserted appropriately in the main text.
Mathematical equations should appear on a separate line with equation numbers aligned at the right hand margin. Full mathematical workings should accompany the article in order to assist the referees. These workings will not be published.
In the case of statistics (such as regression coefficients), author should be prepared to send to the Editor a copy of the data and details of the methodology used (possibly in the form of a self-explanatory computer printout) so that the referee may test the derivation of such statistics.
Authors of articles accepted for publication will be asked to supply the final version in electronic copy. The Editors reserve the right to reject, edit or shorten any article submitted and approved for publication. A decision on every manuscript shall be made within four months from submission date, and authors will be informed accordingly.
References should be cited according to the Harvard’s System, i.e. author(s) names and date of publication given in the body of the text and the references listed alphabetically at the end of the paper. The title of the journal or source should be given in full.