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SUBMISSION OF MANUSCRIPTS
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Submissions should not normally exceed 7500 words and should be prefaced by an abstract of no longer than 150 words, together with up to five keywords, three JEL classifications and an address for correspondence. Authors submitting a manuscript do so on the understanding that if it is accepted for publication, exclusive licence of the article shall be granted to the Society.
The Cambridge Journal of Economics, founded in the traditions of Marx, Keynes, Kalecki, Joan Robinson and Kaldor, welcomes contributions from heterodox economics as well as other social science disciplines. Within this orientation the journal provides a focus for theoretical, applied, interdisciplinary, history of thought and methodological work, with strong emphasis on realistic analysis, the development of critical perspectives, the provision and use of empirical evidence, and the construction of policy. The Editors welcome submissions in this spirit on economic and social issues including, but not only, unemployment, inflation, the organisation of production, the distribution of the social product, class conflict, economic underdevelopment, globalisation and international economic integration, changing forms and boundaries of markets and planning, and uneven development and instability in the world economy.
USE OF MATHEMATICS
Authors are asked to use mathematics only when its application does not compromise realistic analysis. When mathematics is used, the major steps in the argument and the conclusions should be made intelligible to a non-mathematical reader. Authors should put the mathematical parts of their argument into an appendix.
DATA ACCESS POLICY
To facilitate the verification and replication of results, authors of accepted papers are encouraged to submit data sets, programs, and information on empirical analysis. This material will be published alongside the article on the CJE website, and can be accessed through the ‘supplementary data’ link. However, authors should not submit data or files if publication would breach the rights of a third party or if any individuals are identifiable from the data.
Please note files must be supplied in the following formats: Word document, PDF, Power point, Excel, tiff, JPEG, and eps.
All copies must be in Journal style (see a recent issue), and double spaced (including footnotes and references). Footnotes should be kept to a minimum, indicated by superscript figures in the text, and collected on a single page placed at the end of the manuscript. Please do not use the automatic footnote feature of your word processing program. Tables and figures should be attached on separate sheets at the end of the manuscript and their position indicated in the text. Citations in the text should use the Harvard System of short references (e.g. Isenman, 1980, pp. 66-7; Brown, 1975A, 1993B) with a full alphabetical list at the end in the following style:
- Isenman, P. 1980. Basic needs: the case of Sri Lanka, World Development, vol. 8, no. 3, 237-58
- Myrdal, G. 1939. Monetary Equilibrium, London, Hodge
- Phillips, A.W.H. 1953. 'Dynamic Models in Economics', PhD Thesis, University of London
- If you use EndNote and/or Reference Manager to facilitate referencing citations (not required for submission), this journal's style is available for use.
ADVANCE ACCESS CITATION
Papers published in Advance Access are citeable using the DOI and publication date. An example of an Advance Access citation is given below:
- Brammer, S and Millington, A. 'Profit maximisation vs. agency: an analysis of charitable giving by UK firms', Cambridge Journal of Economics Advance Access published April 4, 2005, doi:10.1093/cje/bei036.
The same paper in its final form would be cited:
- Brammer, S. and Millington, A. 'Profit maximisation vs. agency: an analysis of charitable giving by UK firms', Cambridge Journal of Economics, 29(4), pp. 517-534. First published April 4, 2005: doi:10.1093/cje/bei036.
COMMENTS ON PUBLISHED ARTICLES
Before submitting a comment (normally no more than 1500 words) on any article published in the Journal, a copy of the comment should be sent to the author of the original article with a request they respond to any points of possible misunderstanding. The comment should not be submitted for publication before this response has been received unless the original author does not reply within a reasonable time.
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Third-Party Content in Open Access papers
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AUTHOR SELF-ARCHIVING/PUBLIC ACCESS POLICY
For information about this journal's policy, please visit our Author Self-Archiving policy page.
The Cambridge Journal of Economics does not accept papers that have been previously published elsewhere with the exception of working papers series. The Journal’s policy regarding working paper series is:
- Pre-publication in working paper series is allowed where submission to the working paper series is prior to acceptance by the Journal.
- The working paper version may remain online after publication in the Journal.
- The working paper version should NOT be updated after acceptance by the Journal.
- Authors are requested to append the appropriate citation to the working paper version on acceptance by the Journal (if the working paper series allows this).
CROSSREF FUNDING DATA REGISTRY
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