Template of manuscript

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The Journal of Economy and Agribusiness (JEA) only accepts original and authentic extended papers (approx. 10-15 A4 pages) on a regular basis, which have never been published before or are submitted/under consideration in another means of publication (e.g. another scientific journal, a scientific conference or a working paper, a report, etc.). JEA uses a blind review process to ensure the quality of the contributions.

The Author is kindly requested to fulfill the Declaration Form

Manuscript formatting requirements

The manuscript will be accepted in Microsoft Word File.

It should be constructed into the following parts:

  • Title of the paper
  • Abstract
  • Keyword (3-6 items)
  • JEL classification
  • Introduction
  • Body of the text
  • Results
  • Conclusion
  • Acknowledgment or any additional information concerning research grants
  • References

Manuscript formatting requirements

Papers should be 10-15 pages in length (1.5-spaced, Times New Romans 12) including the following parts:

  1. Author’s full name and academic title(s)
  2. Author’s full affiliation (faculty and university, email address, https://orcid.org/)
  3. Title of the paper (Capitalize each meaningful word)
  4. Abstract (150-200 words) presenting the main idea of the paper and results of the research
  5. Keywords(3-6 meaningful words)
  6. JEL classification (refer to http://www.aeaweb.org/jel/jel_class_system.php)
  7. The introduction is an obligatory part of the paper. The authors underline the main scientific ideas of the paper and the results of it. It should be clearly stated the goal, the objectives, research methodology, the results and restrictions of the research.
  8. The theoretical background is the structure that can hold or support a theory of research. The theoretical background introduces and describes the theory which explains why the research problem exists and how it will be solved.
  9. Methods and procedures. This section provides the information by which a specific methodology is applied. Therefore, it requires a clear and precise description of how a method has been put in place, and the rationale for why specific procedures were chosen.
  10. Results should emphasize the main achievement from the study related directly to the objectives of the author paper
  11. Every paper should contain the section “Conclusions” where the author(s) should conclude on the research material.
  12. Authors should list all sources of the research support relevant to the article. Declaring funding sources acknowledges funders’ contribute in greater transparency in the research process (Examples of the declaration: This work was supported by the Institution- Grant agreement number; The research leading to the results has received funding from the Project- title of the project; this research received no specific funding agency.)
  13. References must be in APA (American Psychological Association) style (http://www.apastyle.org/learn/tutorials/basics-tutorial.aspx) References should be clearly cited in the body of the text, e.g (Author, year,) or (Author, year, pg)
  • Books: Author, X.X (year). Book Title
  • Journals: Author, X.X. (year). Title of the paper. Title of Journal, volume/issue, pg. doi: xxxxxxxxxxx
  • Proceedings: Author, X.X. (year). Title of the paper. Paper presented at the meeting of organization name, location
  • Internet sources: Author, X.X (year). Title of work. Retrieved month day, year, from source