House style

Only electronic files conforming to the journal’s house-style will be accepted. The preferred format for the text and tables of your manuscript are Word DOC, RTF, XLS.

The entire document, including endnotes but excluding figures and tables, must be one-and-a-half- (preferred) or double-spaced.

Text should be standard 12 point in Arial or Times New Roman font.

Headings

Primary and secondary text headings should be left aligned. Primary headings should be boldface; secondary headings should be italicised.

Quotations

Quotations must correspond exactly with the original in wording, spelling, and punctuation. Short quotations within the text must be noted by quotation marks; longer quotations or extracts should be indented from the left margin and require no quotation marks. Changes and additions to quotations must be identified by bracketing; ellipses (…) must be used to identify omissions; emphasis added must be indicated. Quotations must specify the page or location of the quote.

Figures and tables

Figures and tables must be placed in-line and as close as possible to the first reference made in the text. Tables should be formatted for legibility and comprehensibility.

Notes

All notes must be endnotes, not footnotes, with their location in the text clearly marked by superscript numbers. Endnote text should appear at the end of the article before the list of references.

Within-text citations

Citations should be as specific as possible, citing particular chapters, sections, page numbers, or locations whenever possible, including electronic sources. All citations should be specified in the text in the following manner:

  • If the author is named in the text, cite by year of publication: Jean-Joseph Goux (1999) has suggested…
  • If the author is not named in the text, cite by last name and year of publication:
    • It has been noted (Holmes, 2007) that…
  • If necessary, pagination should follow the year of publication, separated by a colon:
    • It was argued (Goux, 1999: 116) that by…
  • Dual authors should be joined by "and"; multiple authors should be listed in full on first citation and indicated by et al. thereafter:
    • Other approaches (Bryan and Rafferty, 2006: 30–97) concede… Some have argued (de Cock, Baker, and Volkmann, 2011)… But they assume (de Cock et al., 2011: 158–9) that…
  • If an author has multiple references for any single publication year, indicate specific works by use of lower case letters:
    • On the one hand (Lacan, 1974a: 45; Derrida, 1977b: 22) it is…
  • Series of references should be enclosed within parentheses, ordered alphabetically by author, and separated by semicolons:
    • Proponents of the position (Bryan and Rafferty, 2006; de Cock et al., 2011; Green and Hay, 2015)…
  • Citations from electronic sources: Citations for information found on the World Wide Web, an e-mail message, a listserv message, or other electronic forms should follow the common in-text pattern of author, year and, if available, the page number. If the electronic source does not have page numbers, authors should use internal divisions such as section numbers, locations, or chapter headings to assist the reader in finding the original information
    • (Taxi to Caracas, 2000: Paragraph 3)
  • Repeat citation each time it is necessary. Avoid "ibid.", "op. cit.", or "supra.". Be sure that every cited work is included in the reference section and that the spellings of the authors' names and dates of publications are accurate in both citations and references.

References

A list of references must be included and should begin on a new page following the text. Works should be listed alphabetically by author, or by institution or title of any material not attributed to a specific author or authors. References should conform to the formats illustrated below:

  • Bryan, D. and Rafferty, M. (2006) Capitalism with Derivatives: A Political Economy of Financial Derivatives. Basingstoke: Palgrave.
  • De Cock, C., Baker, M. and Volkmann, V. (2011) Financial phantasmagoria: Corporate image-work in times of crisis. Organization, 18(2): 153-72.
  • Goux, J-J. (1999) Cash, check, or charge? In: Woodmansee, M. and Osteen, M. (eds.) The New Economic Criticism: Studies at the Intersection of Literature and Economics. London: Routledge, 114-28.
  • Holmes, B. (2007) The speculative performance: Art's financial futures. European Institute for Progressive Cultural Policies [Online], January. Available at: <http://eipcp.net/transversal/0507/holmes/en/>. Accessed 30 October 2012.
  • MacKenzie, D., Muniesa, F. and Siu, L. (eds.) (2007) Do Economists Make Markets? On the Performativity of Economics. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
  • Taxi to Caracas. (2012) Venezuela’s Currency Control System. Available at: <http://www.taxitocaracas.com/cambio-dinero.html/>. Accessed 13 July 2012.

Subheadings

Contributors are encouraged to include up to two levels of subheading in articles to provide ‘signposts’ for readers.

Corresponding author contact details

Full contact details will be required on submission of the article. Please do not include author or contact details on the article itself.

Acknowledgements

Any acknowledgements should appear first at the end of your article prior to any notes and your list of references.