Financial Markets, Institutions & Instruments

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Edited By: Anthony Saunders

Online ISSN: 1468-0416

Author Guidelines

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Financial Markets, Institutions & Instruments
Leonard N. Stern School of Business
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Footnotes should be numbered in the text and grouped at the end of the manuscript. The position of diagrams and figures should be clearly marked in the manuscript and, where possible, camera-ready copy should be provided by the author.

Each manuscript should include a title page, a table of contents, and a short abstract. A brief biography for each author should also be included. Acknowledgements, if any, should be supplied on the same page as the author's biography.

References should be cited in text by author and (in parentheses) year of publication. References and/or bibliographies at the end of the manuscript should be arranged alphabetically by the author and follow the style of these examples:
Belsley, D. A. , E. Kuh, and R. E. Welsch. 1980. Regression Diagnostics . New York: John Wiley and Sons, Inc.
Dimson, P. and P. Marsh. 1984. An Analysis of Brokers and Analysts Unpublished Forecasts of U. K. Stock Returns. ' Journal of Finance 39:4:1257-92. Golec, J. 1988. 'Empirical Tests of Principal-Agent Model of Investor-Investment Advisor Relationship. 'Unpublished paper, Clark University. Hakansson, N. 1979. 'A Characterization of Optimal Multiperiod Portfolio Policies. 'Pp. 169-77 in Portforlio Theory, 25 Years After: Essays in Honor of Harry Markowitz , eds. E. Elton and M. Gruber. Amsterdam: North Holland.'

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