The Visio Journal: Volume 2

Posted by in Gospodarstvo, Knjige 29 Dec 2017

CALL FOR PAPERS

The next issue of The Visio Journal shall focus on “The Former Centrally Planned Economies 25 Years After the Fall of Communism.” Papers will take a closer look at what enhanced past performance and troublesome factors that are likely to slow their future growth and development.

PAPER SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Type: Analytical and example-based.
  • Data: The Economic Freedom of the World report (www.fraserinstitute.org/studies/economic-freedom-of-the-world-2017-annual-report), or any other relevant data.
  • Style: Chicago Manual of Style (16th edition, Author-Date system for Social Sciences, UK English. Details are available at http://library.williams.edu/citing/styles/chicago2.php) with footnotes. Every reference cited in the text need to be present in the reference list (and vice versa). Citations in the text must list exact page citations.
  • Features: Images in high-resolution / tables and graphs in an Excel file.
  • Length: 15.000 – 20.000 characters without spaces.
  • Structure: Abstract (max 1.000 characters without spaces), Introduction (max 1.000 characters without spaces), Analysis (max 16.000 characters without spaces) and Implications and Lessons for the Future (max 2.000 characters without spaces)
  • Language: English.
  • Honorary Fee: 250 Euro per paper.

SCHEDULE AND DEADLINES:

  •  FRIDAY, January 5, 2018: A proposal with the title, brief concept note, and questions to be discussed submitted to Tanja Porčnik at tanja.porcnik@visio-institut.org.
  • MONDAY, January 8, 2018: Confirmation of the selected authors/papers.
  • MONDAY, January 29, 2018: A full paper submitted to Tanja Porčnik at tanja.porcnik@visio-institut.org.
  • MONDAY, February 5, 2018: Feedback from the editor to selected authors.
  • MONDAY, February 12, 2018: A final version of the paper submitted to Tanja Porčnik at tanja.porcnik@visio-institut.org.

The publishing of The Visio Journal #2 is supported by the Friedrich-Naumann-Stiftung für die Freiheit.

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