Author Guidelines

-Articles not published or submitted for publication elsewhere are accepted either in Turkish or English.

-Manuscripts should be typed on one side of a A4 sized paper and should not exceed 25, single spaced pages with the Times New Roman 11-font character size. Only e-mail posts are welcomed for article submissions.

-The first page should include (i) the title of the article; (ii) the name(s) of the author(s); (iii) institutional affiliation(s) of the author(s); (iv) an abstract of not more than 100 words in both English and Turkish; (v) keywords. The name, address, e-mail address, phone and fax numbers, affiliated institution and position, and academically sphere of interest of the author(s) should be indicated on a separate page.

-Tables, figures and graphs should be numbered consecutively and contain full references. The titles of the tables, figures and graphs should be placed at the heading of them; the references of tables, figures and graphs should be placed at the bottom of them. Decimals should be separated by a comma. Equations should be numbered consecutively. Equation numbers should appear in parentheses at the right margin. The full derivation of the formulae (if abridged in the text) should be provided on a separate sheet for referee use.

-Footnotes should be placed at the bottom of the page.

-All references should be cited in the text (not in footnotes), and conform to the following examples:

It has been argued (Safran, 1975: 83-100)....

Josh (1992a: 32-38) states....

(Robinson, 2002: 382-9).

(Carlos-Kawani & Marry-Kawani, 1999: 446-10; Stiglitz, 1997: 102-227).

-References should appear at the end of the text as follows:

Books: Kenen, P.B. (1989), The International Economy, Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, Inc.

Periodicals: Langeheine, B. & U. Weinstock (1985), "Graduate Integration", Journal of Common Market Studies, 23(3), 185-97.

Articles in edited books: Krugman, P. (1995), "The Move Toward Free Trade Zones", in P. King (ed.), International Economics and International Economic Policy: A Reader, New York: McGraw-Hill, Inc., 163-82.

Other sources: Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey (2003), Financial Stability, Press Release. March 24. Ankara, <>.

Chang, R. (1998), "The Asian Crisis", NBER Discussion Paper, 4470, National Bureau of Economic Research, Cambridge, Mass.