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Submission guidelines for authors

For a speedy treatment of all submissions, please follow the following guidelines.

  1. Submission procedure

Inquiries should be sent to the Editor: yan.brailowsky@parisnanterre.fr

Submissions for the Varia section should be sent to: varia.angles@saesfrance.org

For the thematic sections, please contact the appropriate guest editor(s).

Material submitted to Angles must not been published previously, in part or in whole, and should not be simultaneously under consideration for publication elsewhere.

Articles for Angles should include the following items in separate paragraphs:

  • title

  • subtitle (optional)

  • author

  • position, affiliation, email

  • biographical information

  • abstract (500 words max.)

  • keywords (separated by commas)

  • résumé (in French, 500 words max.) [if you do not speak French, please leave this blank]

  • mots clés (in French, separated by commas) [if you do not speak French, please leave this blank]

  • body text and footnotes

  • bibliography

Submissions should be written in English.

Please use standard formatting: Times New Roman, 12pt, single spaced. Avoid personalized layouts. For headings, use standard styles (eg. ‘Heading 1’, ‘Heading 2’…)

It is preferable to download a sample template by clicking on this link.

All submissions go through a double-blind peer-review process. Please try to obfuscate references in the body text and footnotes which could compromise the anonymity of the submitted material.

Standard length for articles should vary between 5,000 and 8,500 words. Audiovisual submissions should not exceed 40mn.

For submissions of material in non-traditional forms, please contact the Editor for more details.

  1. Quotations

Short quotations (up to three lines) are enclosed in the body text using double quotation marks (“…”). Single quotation marks (‘…’) are used for quotes within quotes. The addition or omission of words should be indicated within square brackets (not ellipses).

Long quotations (over 3 lines) should be set off as 10-pt block quotations (style name: ‘Citation’), separated from the body text by a single blank line, without quotation marks or indentation. Punctuation marks must be placed before the in-text reference given between brackets.

  1. Notes

Footnotes (not endnotes) are used for comments. Footnotes are indicated in-text by superscript Arabic numbers after the punctuation of the phrase to which the note refers.

  1. References

All references should appear in Author-date between brackets. The referencing style is detailed below. Footnotes should only be reserved for additional comments.

Works cited in the text and footnotes should all be listed in full in the bibliography. The bibliography may wish to distinguish types of sources (for eg., primary and secondary sources; or films, articles, books, etc.). This is optional.

If the article or paragraph focuses on one single author or work, any redundant information may be omitted and the page numbers might be sufficient.

    1. In-text references

(Author date)

(Author date: page)

Examples:

Lorem ipsum (Smith 1776) dolor sit amet.

Lorem ipsum (Smith 1776: 37-9) dolor sit amet.

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet (Smith 1776; Dante 1499a: 130-142; Dante 1499b: 24, 88).

Do not…

add commas (Smith, 1776)

    1. Bibliography

SEVERAL AUTHORS: Last name, First name,  First Name Last Name and First Name Last Name. [etc.]

BOOKS: Last name, First name. Title. Place of publication: Publisher, date of publication.

EDITED BOOKS: Last name, First name (ed.). Title. Place of publication: Publisher, date of publication.

IN BOOKS: Last name, First name. “Chapter title.” In First name Last name (ed.). Book title. Place of publication: Publisher, date of publication.

PERIODICALS: Last name, First name. “Article title.” Journal title volume (issue), date of publication: pagination.

ABBREVIATIONS: please abbreviate ‘University Press’: UP, and ‘University of Qwerty Press’: U. of Qwerty P.

Examples:

Smith, Adam. The Wealth of Nations. Edinburgh: William Strahan and Thomas Cadell, 1776.

Smith, Adam. The Wealth of Nations. John Smith (ed.). Oxford: Oxford UP, 1776.

Teach, Nathan. “Smith’s tale to the world.” Economic Review 38(3) 1999: 400-423.

Varia, Maria. “Economics in Scotland.” In John Smith (ed.). The Posterity of Adam Smith. Berkeley: U. of California P., 1980: 45-9.

  1. Tables and illustrations

Illustrations must be placed in the body of the text by the author. The text must explicitly refer to the illustration. Refer as follows:

Example : Figure 1: Portrait of P.G. Wodehouse.

Caption (if necessary). Credit or Source.

<<illustration>>

Titles and captions of illustrations must be placed above the illustration.




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Editor : Yan Brailowsky

yan.brailowsky@u-paris10.fr

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