Style Guidelines for Accepted Papers
Title Page, Abstract
- On the title page, the corresponding author, if in a
university, is requested to list both the university name and academic
unit (usually a department or a school) of their "primary affiliation
only". (Additional affiliations-NBER, CIAR, etc. can be acknowledged
in the lead footnote). Please also include the e-mail address and
telephone number of the corresponding author on the title page.
- There must be an abstract. Abstracts are published in English and
French. You must provide an
abstract in the language used in the main text and you are welcome to
provide an abstract in the other language as well. The translated
abstract will be edited and may be changed slightly. The English language
version of the abstract must not exceed 100 words. This is a strict
limit. The French language version may be slightly longer.
- It is helpful if
you include a JEL classification code
following the abstract. Use up to two codes if your paper spans more
than one field.
- Please be advised that the
Journal has adopted a policy of not thanking Editors or Co-Editors in
a paper's acknowledgements
- You should acknowledge any financial support from public or
private sources that you have received for
the research contained in your paper.