Author Guidelines

Article Structure

The heading must be in Times New Roman, bold, type size 15,and left-aligned. The abstract must be composed of max 120 words, with max 5 key words. The Abstract should be indented 3.5 centimetres from the margin and must be in type size 9, italic and justified on both sides. Only the heading (Abstract) must be bold with 6 nk line spacing. The whole text must be in Times New Roman.

Author must type his/her name, academic title if any, the place of work, and e-mail address whole and complete right below the title, type size being 10.Only the names must be typed in bold letters, other information must be typed in italic letters.

For the whole text:

Paper size: Height: 24 cm              Width: 16, 8 cm

A top margin of 2 cm, a bottom margin of 2 cm, a right margin of 1,5 cm and a left margin of 2 cm must be left.

Single spaced, Times New Roman, type size 10.

The text must be justified on both sides

Indentation: left:0 cm, right:0 cm; paragraph spacing: 6 nk before and after.

References must be in parentheses.

Heading numbers must be assigned starting at the introduction. Headings and subheadings must be numbered: eg.

1. Introduction

2. Innovation Management

2.1. Elements Affecting Innovation Management.

The text must not exceed 25 pages, figures, tables, index of sources, footnotes and abstract included.

Main headings must be typed in bold capitals and type size 11.Subheadings must be in bold letters and type size 10 with only the first letters in capital and justified on both sides.

Table Headings must be typed above the tables, numbered bold and in type size 9. If the table is from another source, a caption must be included beneath the table. Figure Headings must be typed below the figuresnumbered bold and in type size 9. If the figure is from another source, a caption must be included beneath the table.

References, instead of using footnotes, must be in parentheses within the text, with the date and page number included. Eg:


……….(Aklin,1982: 210-215)

……….(İnalcık, 1985: 25-29)

When there are two or more authors: (Savcı et al, 1972: 21-27)

Sources must be listed in alphabetical order by authors’ surnames. Surnames must be in capitals; for the names only the first letters must be in capital.

For books: Author’s surname, Name. (Printing Year). The title of the book. The name of the publishing company. The place of printing. Eg:

COOKE, P. (2004). Regional Innovation Systems – An Evolutionary Approach, Cooke et al. (eds.) Regional Innovation Systems, 2nd Edition, London, Routledge.

DEMİR, A. (2001). Türkiye Ekonomisi, Remzi Kitabevi, İstanbul.

For Articles: Author’s surname, Name. (Printing Year). “Essay Title”, Journal Name, Volume (No):Page Range.

LEE, A. S. (1991). “Integrating Positivist and Interpretive Approaches to Organizational Research”. Organization Science, 2: 342-365.

For Compiled Books:YILDIRIM, M. (2016). “Endüstri İlişkileri”, M. TUNA (Der.), İnsan Kaynakları Yönetimi, Detay Yayıncılık, Ankara.

For an article from a book: PAŞA, S.F. (2000). “Leadership Qualities in Turkey”. Z. Aycan (Compiler),Administration in Turkey, Applications of Leadership and Human Resources (225-243). Publications of Turkish Psychological Association. No:21, Ankara.

For articles by an anonymous author published in ajournal: The Gulf War Syndrome (1994, June 6). Current Affairs, 143, 13.

For articles by an anonymous author published in a newspaper: “Turkey’s export has increased by 40 % compared to the previous year”. (1993, July 19). The Star Newspaper of Turkey, s. 5.

For an internet source:

Author’s name if any, owner of the website, the title of the essay or subfield if any, the date of access.

“ ....... giyim ve ayakkabı grubunda gerçekleşmiştir” (TÜİK, 2009).

 “ ……...  It will all be different from now on” (The New York Times, 2009).

In References:

TÜİK, Türkiye İstatistik Kurumu, “Tüketici Fiyatları İndeksi”,, 08.06.2009.


Krugman, P., The New York Times, “Gordon the Unlucky”,, 08.06.2009.