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Author Guidelines

  1. Articles should not exceed 6.000 words, including notes, references, tables and figures.
  2. Articles can be submitted in Portuguese, English or Spanish.
  3. Articles should include an abstract in English (regardless of the paper main language) not exceeding 200 words.
  4. Texts must include up to 5 keywords (max), standing for the text's main topics.
  5. Preferably, the title must not exceed 10 words. The headlines must be numbered.
  6. Footnotes should be presented at the end of each page (endnotes should be avoided).
  7. Mathematical notations should be presented as footnotes or appendix.
  8. The text layout should fit the following the format:
    • Letter font: Arial 11;
    • Space between lines: 1,5;
    • Page Margins: top- 2,5 cm; bottom – 2,5 cm; left – 3 cm; right – 2,5 cm;
    • Graphics, figures and tables titles should be placed in the upper section;
    • Graphics, figures and tables sources should be placed in the lower section.
  9. References, listed by alphabet order at the end of the article, shall respect the following format:
    • Journals
      Blanchard, O. J., 1981. Output, the Stock Market and Interest Rates, The American Economic Review, Vol. 71 (2), pp. 132-142.
    • Books
      Fukuyama, F., 1995. Trust. The Social Virtues and the Creation of Prosperity, New York: Free Press.
    • Book Chapters
      Calabrese, F. A., 2005. The early pathways: theory to practice – a continuum, in Stankosky, M. (Ed.), Creating the Discipline of Knowledge Management, Elsevier, New York, NY, pp. 15-20.
    • Conferences
      Ekici, A. and Sohi, R. 2000. The role of pre-relational trust in .rst time supplier selection, American Marketing Association Conference Proceedings, 11, pp. 65–74.
    • Internet Sources
      Eurostat, 2007. European business: Facts and figures, Eurostat, Luxembourg, available at: http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu (accessed 24 May 2008).
    • Dissertations/ Unpublished Works
      Mehar, M. K., 1994. A Simulation Model of Corporate Finance: A Study of the Companies Listed on the NY Stock Exchange, Unpublished PhD Dissertation, University of Columbia, USA.