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The submission must be original, previously unpublished, and not under consideration for publication elsewhere. Please ensure your paper includes an abstract, keywords, and at least three JEL classifications, plus an address for correspondence.
The use of mathematics should be kept to a minimum and, if it is substantial, it should be put in an appendix. The article should be clear without the reader having to understand the nuances of mathematics. Specifically the introduction, premises and conclusions should be non-mathematical.
Empirical material which cannot be easily accommodated in the body of the article should be made available in appendices.
Manuscripts should be submitted as a Microsoft Word document.
|Author affiliation||e.g., Department, University, Country|
|Author email address|
|Abstract||Max. 300 words|
|Body text||Max. 8000 words.|
|Headings||Headings should be numbered 1, 2, 3, with subheads 1.1, 1.2, 1.3|
|Disclosure||The author(s) should disclose in a footnote any personal or professional links they may have with the industry/companies/institutions they are writing about.|
|Citations||In the text citations should use the Harvard System of short referencing (e.g. Smith, 1986, pp. 10-11; Brown 1993a).|
Include after each quotation – even if previously mentioned within the paragraph e.g. (Smith, 1986). Not ‘ibid’.
|Spelling||UK spelling used throughout.|
|Quotation marks||Please use single quotation marks, except where ‘a quotation is “within” a quotation’.|
|Acknowledgements||Please ensure that input received from commentators on the OPD is acknowledged here.|
|References||Davies, B. and Harré, R. (1990). Positioning: the Discursive Production of Selves. Journal of the Theory of Social Behaviour. 20, 43-65.Descartes, R. (1637). Discourse on Method. Harmondsworth: Penguin (1986).Descartes, R. (1641). Meditations. (Ed.) D B. Manley and C. S. Taylor. Dayton Ohio: Wright State University (1996).Dienes, Z. and Perner, J. (1996). Implicit knowledge in people and connectionist networks. In G. Underwood, (Ed.) Implicit Cognition. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 227-256.|
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