SUBMISSION OF MANUSCRIPTS
Submissions, in English, should not exceed 30 single spaced A4 pages, including charts and tables. Papers may include diagrams and simple theoretical concepts illustrated by charts. If there are econometric results these should be discussed in the paper in a non-technical manner, in an appendix, or have the results available in a separate, publicly accessible document.
British or American spelling is acceptable provided usage is consistent. Please use Book Antiqua 11pt font. Sections/subsections should be numbered in Arabic numerals. Paragraphs should not be numbered. Notes should be kept to a minimum and placed as footnotes. For footnotes Book Antiqua 9pt single spaced should be used.
An abstract (English and Greek) of the paper, of no more than 150 words, should accompany the article. Use Book Antiqua 10pt. Also please supply up to six key words suitable for on-line searching purposes. Details should also be given of authors' affiliation, full postal and e-mail addresses.
Tables and figures should not be inserted within the pages of the manuscript but supplied in a separate Excel file, using a separate sheet for each table/figure. The desired position for each table and figure should be indicated in the text.
All tables and figures should be individually numbered with their titles typed in Book Antiqua 11pt, italics, sentence case.
All captions for figures and tables (including sources and acknowledgements) should be listed at the desired position for the chart/table and not included in the chart/table itself. Again, please use Book Antiqua 9pt font.
All charts should be inserted separately, not in panels. No markers should be used; instead lines/bars should be differentiated by thickness, type or structure. Legends should be placed at the bottom of the chart. The size of fonts should be set to 9 pt.
All equations should be inserted using the word equation editor, not as pictures.
For your convenience, this template can be used.
The Harvard references system, preferred in this journal, uses the name of the author, the date of publication and, following quoted material, the page references, as a key to the full bibliographic details set out in the list of References.