The ROMANIAN ECONOMIC AND BUSINESS REVIEW (REBE)
is a refereed journal published four times annually by the Romanian-American University. The editors invite submissions of articles that deal with important issues in economy and business. Papers that focus on specific phenomena and events affecting Romanian economy are particularly encouraged. Because REBE seeks a broad audience, papers should be comprehensible beyond narrow disciplinary bounds.
Submission of a paper implies that the paper will not be submitted for publication to another journal unless rejected by the REBE editor or withdrawn by the author, and that it is an original work.
Papers should be submitted electronically to: firstname.lastname@example.org
. There are neither submission fees nor page charges. Manuscripts will be sent anonymously to at least two referees.
All editorial correspondence should be sent to:
Associate Professor Bogdan Glavan
Romanian American University
Bulevardul Expozitiei nr. 1
Telephone: +4 0723 177 820
All submissions should be original work.
Papers submitted to the REBE should not be under consideration for publication at another journal.
By way of summary:
1. Manuscripts should not exceed 8,000 words.
2. Papers should be typed on one side of the page only and double spaced.
3. Please use Times New Roman font in 12-point type.
4. Acknowledgements should be the first footnote of the article. Authors are expected to reveal the source of any financial or research support received in connection with the preparation of their article.
5. All submissions should include a separate title page with each authorís name and contact information.
6. An abstract of no more than 200 words should be included.
7. All data used in analysis must be clearly and precisely documented.
8. Authors should use footnotes, not endnotes to add only short comments.
9. All tables and figures should be supplied on separate sheets, not included within the text, but have their intended position clearly indicated in the manuscript.
Instead, in the space immediately after the paragraph in which the figure or table is first referenced, insert a text tag as follows:
[Table 1 here]
10. Number figures and tables consecutively (Table 1, Table 2, etc. / Figure 1, Figure 2, etc.).
11. Citations should take the place of footnotes whenever possible. References are cited with parentheses using the author/date/page style. Example: (Marcus, 2005, p. 74).
12. A reference list is required. Bibliography should include only references cited in the text, in the alphabetical order of authors. Authors should consult a recent copy of the AJES for examples of satisfactory reference pages.
See the following examples.
Chapter in an edited volume:
Alpert, Marc and Howard Raiffa. 1982. "A Progress Report on the Training of Probability Assessors," in Judgment Under Uncertainty: Heuristics and Biases. Daniel Kahneman, Paul Slovic, and Amos Tversky, eds. Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, pp. 7-32.
Article in a journal:
Alston, Richard M.; J. R. Kearl, and Michael B. Vaughan. 1992. "Is There a Consensus Among Economists in the 1990's?" American Economic Review (Papers and Proceedings), 82:2, pp. 158-77.
Atkinson, Anthony and Joseph Stiglitz. 1980. Lectures in Public Economics. New York: McGraw Hill.
Herbertsson, Tryggvi Thor and Michael Orszag. 2001. "The Cost of Early Retirement in the OECD," IoES Working Paper W01:02, http://www.ioes.hi.is.