International Labour Review

Cover image for Vol. 153 Issue 3

Edited By: Mark Lansky

Impact Factor: 0.643

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 15/26 (Industrial Relations & Labor); 201/332 (Economics)

Online ISSN: 1564-913X

Associated Title(s): Revista Internacional del Trabajo, Revue internationale du Travail, World of Work Report



Author Guidelines


  • Unsolicited articles are welcome and are considered on their merits. In addition, articles may be solicited by members of the Editorial Board. All manuscripts are subject to scholarly review and, once accepted, to editorial revision.
  • Manuscripts may be submitted as email attachments in English, French or Spanish (if translated from another language the original should also be provided). They should be between 7 000 and 10 000 words, with a 100-word abstract.
  • The preferred form of citation is the inclusion in the text, within parentheses, of the author’s last name, year of publication and, if applicable, page number(s). The corresponding references should be provided in an alphabetical list at the end of the text. Any notes should be numbered consecutively throughout the article, except those in tables and figures.
  • The list of references should include: for books, author’s full name, year of publication, title of book (in italics), place of publication and publisher; and for articles, author’s full name, year of publication, title of article (within quotation marks), title of periodical (in italics), and volume, issue and page numbers.
  • Tables should be numbered consecutively and presented separately at the end of the text. Diagrams and figures must be provided in a format (e.g. Excel) that can be used for final type-setting. No text should be included within diagrams. Tables and diagrams should bear a descriptive title and any notes should be numbered.
  • Authors must observe the usual rules and practices regarding the reproduction of copyright material in their articles, assuming responsibility for obtaining permission where appropriate.
  • All submissions should be accompanied by a statement that they have not already been published, and that they will not be submitted for publication elsewhere without the agreement of the Managing Editor. Upon acceptance for publication, authors will be required to return a signed copyright assignment form.

Manuscripts should be addressed to:

The Managing Editor
International Labour Review
International Labour Office
CH-1211 Geneva 22
Switzerland

Tel: (41-22) 799 7903
Fax: (41-22) 799 6117
revue@ilo.org

 

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