South African Journal of Economics
© Economic Society of South Africa
Edited By: Steve Koch
Impact Factor: 0.441
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 268/345 (Economics)
Online ISSN: 1813-6982
South African Journal of Economics has now adopted ScholarOne Manuscripts, for online manuscript submission and peer review. The new system brings with it a whole host of benefits including:
• Quick and easy submission
• Administration centralised and reduced
• Significant decrease in peer review times
From now on all submissions to the journal must be submitted online at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/saje. Full instructions and support are available on the site and a user ID and password can be obtained on the first visit. If you require assistance then click the Get Help Now link which appears at the top right of every ScholarOne Manuscripts page.
Manuscripts should be submitted in final form and accompanied by a 100 word abstract, JEL classification and Key words.
All papers should be professionally edited before submission.
Tables, equations and diagrams should be kept to a minimum. Diagrams and Figures should be clear and professionally drawn in Excel and drawn into the manuscript.
We use the Harvard method for the references, e.g.
Article in journal:
LEVINE, R. (1997). Financial development and economic growth: Views and agenda. Journal of Economic Literature, 35, 688-726.
KROLZIG, H-M. (1997). Markov-Switching Vector Autoregressions: Modelling, Statistical Inferences, and Application to Business Cycle Analysis. Berlin: Springer-Verlag.
Chapter in book:
BOURGUIGNON, F., ROBILLIARD, A. S. and ROBINSON, S. (2005). Representative versus real households in the macroeconomic modeling of inequality. In T. J. Kehoe, T. N. Srinivasan and J. Whalley (eds), Frontiers in Applied General Equilibrium Modeling. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Scanned text, Tables, Figures and Diagrams greatly reduce the quality and the font cannot be changed, causing problems, so please avoid this method.
The journal is printed in black and white. Pattern fills must never be used in the bar chart as they are proprietary to the software that created them.
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