Guide for Authors

 Commitment to Publishing Ethics

Dear Editor-in-chief of the Scholarly Journal of .............

 

Please kindly be notified that herewith is attached an article titled.................... for the submission to that journal. Author(s) will remain highly committed not to have published this article or part of this article in any format and in any journal, nationally or internationally. Moreover, the author(s) undertake not to submit this article to other journals until the closing remark on the article is announced by the journal office. The authors express that the present article is the result of research activities conducted by the authors as in the following table, and that all professional and ethical rights akin to this article, are duly secured. It is evident that the authors have to consider legal consequences with reference to the above- mentioned rights and duties.

* If the present research is conducted under any organizational or institutional sponsorship, please fill out this part:

Author(s) declare that this research is conducted under the financial sponsorship of .............., and that the sponsor's informed consent has been obtained to publish the findings and results of this article in this scholarly journal.         

                       

Email Address

Affiliation

University Degree

Author's Full Name

No.

 

 

 

 

1

 

 

 

 

2

 

 

 

 

3

 

 

 

 

4

 

 

 

 

5

* Authors' names appear in this table in accordance with their appearance in the article.

         

Corresponding Author's Full Name & Signature

 


Conflict of Interest

 

Conflict of Interest Disclosure Form (CIDF) allows all authors of an article to declare that they adhered to the general principles of publication ethics and thus avoided plagiarism, misconduct, data fabrication and falsification, and duplicate submission/publication concerning the manuscript submitted to this journal for publication. In addition, they should declare whether they have any financial interests in submitting and publishing their article and/or have received any funding for the conduct of the study and/or preparation of the manuscript. The corresponding author, on behalf of all other authors, completes, signs, and submits this form and certifies that all the information provided is correct. By signing this form, the authors acknowledge that all rights to use a part or all of the materials used in their manuscript, such as text excerpts, tables, figures, etc., are reserved for the Journal.

Corresponding author:

Email:

Affiliation:

Telephone:

Manuscript title:

Corresponding author:

Date:

       Signature:

 

         

 

Authors are required to use the following format and send their papers in two separate files:

 -A cover page

 -paper without the name(s) of author(s) and any information.

 1. A cover page should include the following items:

      1.1 Title: Title should be concise and informative.

      1.2 Author name(s) and their affiliations.  author(s) affiliation(s) should be presented below the name(s): Department, University, City, Country.

 Provide the full postal address of each affiliation(s).

      1.3 Email of corresponding author.

 

2. The paper without the name(s) of author(s) and any information (articles should be between 5000-7000 words)

    2.1 Title: Titles should be concise and informative.

    2.2 Highlights: Provide minimum of 2 and maximum of 5 highlights and each in separate line.

    2.3 Abstract: It should not exceed 200 words.

    2.4. Keywords: Provide a maximum of 6 keywords.

    2.5. JEL Classification Codes: Please provide up to 6 JEL codes. The codes may be accessed at: www.aeaweb.org/journal/elclasjn.html

   2.6 Introduction

In this section, the research problem should be discussed concisely and precisely. The phenomenon under study and its importance, what we know (the brief literature) and do not know about it (the research gap), and how we know (your solution), and finally what we probably learn after conducting this study (the contributions and new insights), should be introduced. In last paragraph, the plan of paper should be introduced.

   2.7 The main part of the paper (including theoretical background/ methodology/ model specification/ modeling approach/ framework of analysis/ empirical results, or…)

   2.8 Discussion

   2.9 Concluding Remarks

Read guidelines thoroughly. Papers should follow submission guidelines of our journal.

Papers should be submitted electronically to http://www.jep.sbu.ac.ir

Manuscript has been 'spell checked' and 'grammar checked'

All references mentioned in the Reference List are cited in the text, and vice versa

Upon receipt of the paper, a confirmation e-mail will be sent electronically.

1- All manuscripts should be submitted in Microsoft Word 2007 (or upper) format with 1 line spacing.

2- Please use 12- point Times New Roman or Similar font. Margins should be 3-centimeters on the top, bottom, and sides. 

3- All papers must include an abstract (150-250 words) with Keywords (about five words) and JEL Classification.

Fully reference all prior work on the same subject and compare your paper to that work.

4- Formulas if any should be typed in Microsoft Equation 3.0.

5- APA standard should be used for the References format.

 

Some examples for References format (APA Standard):

 

1) Articles:

Aldemir, Ş. (2007). The Impacts of Exchange Rates on Import Prices in Turkish Economy: 1988- 2004. International Economic and Foreign Trade Policies, 1, 53-57.

 

   If you don’t have enough information of an article or a book …, please write the link after “Retrieved from”. For discussion papers, working papers…, you should write the link too. Examples:

 

Carzonery, M., Cumby, R., & Diba, B. (1998). Is the Price Level Determined by the Need of Fiscal Solvency? NBER Working Paper, 6471, Retrieved from http://faculty.georgetown.edu/cumbyr/papers.

 

2)  Books

Baltagi, B. H. (2008). Econometric Analysis of Panel Data. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons Ltd.

 

3)  Master's Thesis and Doctoral dissertation

Unpublished master’s thesis:

Swinton, M. A. (1984).  Family Stress in Phenylketonuria (Unpublished Master's Thesis). University of Auckland, New Zealand.

 

 

 

Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation

Murray, B. P. (2008). Prior knowledge, two teaching approaches for metacognition: Main idea and summarization strategies in reading (Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation), New York Fordham University.

 

 4)   Conferences

Hughes, H. (2002). Information Literacy with an International Focus. In K. Appleton, C. Macpherson, & D. Orr (Eds.), International Lifelong Learning Conference: Refereed papers from the 2nd International Lifelong Learning Conference,Rockhampton: Central Queensland University Press.

 

5)  Websites

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. (2011). Australia's health 2004. Retrieved from http://www.aihw.gov.au/publications/index.cfm/title/10014.

 

 6)     Online Databases of Dictionaries

Endep(2016). In MIMS online. Retrieved February 2, 2016, from https://www.mimsonline.com.au/Search/Search.aspx.

 

* If you have repetitive writer(s) of books or articles…, please use ten space lines instead of the name of repetitive writers:

 

Hahn, E., Michele, C. Z., & Marcelo, S. (2007). Exchange Rate Pass-Through in Emerging Markets. ECB, Working Paper, 739, Retrieved from http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?