Abstract Submission Guidelines
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Summaries can be between 100-200 words written in Word.
Articles submitted in English must be accompanied by a Greek summary.
The title of the summary will be centered (not in capitals except for the first and any other word which is written in capitals), in Times New Roman 14, bold.
Font: Times New Roman, 12
After the title, the author's name(s) centered in bold will follow and the exact address of their institution (or the author's workspace) in Italic, as well as the e-mail address of the author(s).
Between the text and the author's name the following title will be placed in left alignment: ABSTRACT (for the English text).
Following the summary:
Keywords: 3-5 words
JEL codes: (JEL Classifications): JEL codes can be found on: http://www.aeaweb.org/econlit/jelCodes.php
Paper Submission Guidelines
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The completed paper will be written according to the following instructions. Papers that do not fully comply with these guidelines will NOT be accepted.
Paper length: Up to 10 pages (single spacing)
Line spacing: Single spacing
Page Numbering: Pages should be numbered consecutively
Margins: 2.5 cm margin on all sides
Font: Times New Roman, 12
Images-charts: Inside the text
Shapes and Tables: The title (description) of the shapes and tables should be on the top and listed in the text.
Equations: The equations should be numbered consecutively and appear on the left of the page while their numbering is bracketed on the right of the page.
References in the text: The author's name and year should be in brackets, depending on whether:
- The author's name is not part of the text then: (Author, 2009)
- The author's name is part of the text then, Author (2009)
- If the authors are three ot more then, (First Author et al., 2009)
Reference to a scientific journal
Dickey D.A. and Fuller W.A. (1981). Likelihood Ratio Statistics for Autoregressive Time Series with a Root Unit, Econometrica, 49, 1057-1072.
Reference to a book
Hamilton J.D. (1994). Times Series Analysis, Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey.
Reference to a book chapter
Brunner, K. and Melzer, A.H. (1990). Money Supply. In: Friedman BM, Hahn FH (Eds), Handbook of monetary economics, vol. North-Holland: Amsterdam; 1990. p. 357-396.
Duration of Presentations
The presentation time of each paper is 20 minutes and there will be 5 minutes per paper for questions at the end of all presentations. Session coordinators will be requested to observe the estimated 25 minutes per paper: 20 minutes of presentation and 5 minutes of questions per paper.