Terms of Submission and Guidelines
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We will not edit the article to change the meaning or original intention of the
article. Articles with poor grammar and/or formatting will
generally not be included on the website.
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Informative articles are welcomed.
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to be placed on the web.
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deletion, you may do so by contacting us.
IRABF permission to transcribe your article as it is written into audio and/or
video. Your author bio will also be transcribed and included as it appears.
IRABF permission to distribute your article content accompanied by your author
bio to outside channels.
You may have your working paper published on our
websites, such as SSRN.
use this list to carry out a final check of your submission before you send it
to the journal for review.
that the following items are present:
has been designated as the corresponding author with contact details:
necessary files have been uploaded:
1. Cover Letter*
2. Title page (with authors and affiliations)*
3. Manuscript (without authors identifiers)*
4. Manuscript (with authors identifiers)*
5. other file
1. Use 1.5 line spacing.
2. Require maximum of 100 to 150 words for
3. Require all tables/figures to be at the end
of the paper and leave these at the end of each paper for publications.
4. Ensure that tables are formatted correctly
and can be read easily.
5. Include acknowledgements at the end of the
paper before the reference section.
6. Use a margin of 0.28" for left-hand
margin and 0.08" for right hand margin.
7. Put down maximum of 4 key words and 4 JEL
8. Use uniform on the right margin.
9. Some sort of tables note style would be
10. Mention that use of footnotes should be
limited to pertinent information needed that (avoid overuse of footnotes).