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Edited By: Jeffrey Sheen
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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 208/332 (Economics)
Online ISSN: 1475-4932
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Notes for authors
1. The editors will give preference to articles which are succinctly written. Articles should be typed double spaced, and should not normally exceed 25 pages of A4 in total. Overlong papers will be returned without consideration.
2. Submission of a paper will be held to imply that it is original work, and that it has not already been published or is under consideration for publication elsewhere.
3. Enquiries can be sent to Professor Jeffrey Sheen, Department of Economics, Macquarie University, North Ryde, NSW 2109, Australia. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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5. The introduction, conclusion and abstract should be written for the non-specialist. Lengthy mathematical presentations should, whenever possible, be located in appendices. Articles will not usually be published if they are minor variations of existing analyses or of interest only to very small and specialized audiences, or if they are mainly descriptive.
6. Sections of the paper should be numbered in Roman numerals; figures and tables in Arabic numerals. Tables and diagrams should be self-contained. A condition of acceptance is that illustrations should be of professional quality and ready for reproduction. If possible, they should be suitable for reduction to single column width.
7. Mathematical notation should be as simple as possible. Equations should be identified by consecutive Arabic numbers (in parentheses) at the conclusion of the equation. All variables should be italicised.
8. Any footnote attached to the main heading should be designated by an asterisk. All other footnotes must be designated by numerals in continuous sequence.
9. All references should be listed alphabetically by the author at the end of the manuscript. The listing style should be that used in recent issues of the journal, and is illustrated by the following examples:
Goldstein, A. (2000), ‘Nobel Laureates Describe Internet as Simply Better Telecommunications’,The Dallas Morning News, 10 March.
Madden, G. and Coble-Neal, G. (2002), ‘Internet Forecasting and the Economics of Networks’, in Loomis, D. and Taylor, L. (eds), Forecasting the Internet: Understanding the Explosive Growth of Data Communications, Regulatory Economics and Policy Series, 39. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston; 105–130.
Nellist, J.G. and Gilbert, E.M. (1999), Understanding Modern Telecommunications and the Information Superhighway. Artech House, Boston.
Shapiro, C. (1999a), ‘Exclusivity in Network Industries’, George Mason Law Review, 7, 1–11.
Smyth, R. and Mishra, V. (2009), ‘The Publication Decisions of Judges on the County Court of Victoria’, Economic Record, doi: 10.1111/j.1475-4932.2009.00553.x
Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman (1998), ‘Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman 1997–98 Annual Report’. Available from: http://www.tio.com.au/publications/annual_reports/documents/Tio99ar.pdf
Wigand, R. (1997), ‘Electronic Commerce: Definitions, Theory and Context’, Information Society, 13, 1–16.
World Trade Organization (1997), The Agreement on Basic Telecommunications Services. WTO Publications Service, Geneva.
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10. References in the text should be made by giving the author’s name followed by year of publication in parentheses.
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