Author Guidelines

Author Guidelines

Articles submitted to the Journal of Economics and Management Research must not have been previously published or submitted for publication elsewhere. For all articles that are accepted for publication, the publication rights in all kinds of media belong to the Journal of Economics and Management Research exclusively. The opinions in the published articles are the sole responsibility of the authors and are not binding on the journal.

1. Page layout should be arranged so that the paper size is 16.5 cm wide and 24 cm high (For this arrangement; Page Layout - Margins - Custom Margins - Paper)

2. Texts should be written on an A4 size page and the margins should be set to; Left: 2 cm, Right: 2 cm, Top: 2.5 cm and Bottom: 2.5 cm. The entire text should be single-spaced, including the headings. Instead of skipping a line (enter), a 6pt space should be left both before and after each paragraph. This also applies to layouts, figures, charts, tables, and alike.

3. The abstract of the article should be written in 9pt font size, with a maximum of 250 words.

4. All headings and text should be written in 10pt font size with single line spacing.

5. Palatino Linotype should be selected as the font and all text should be justified. Paragraph indent should be set to 1 cm.

6. Footnotes, tables, graphics, figures and similar references given at the bottom of the page should be in 9pt font size.

7. The page limit for the text is 25 pages. Page numbers should be given starting from the first page.

8. Subject headings in the article should be indicated by numbers such as 1,2,3,…, and subheadings should be indicated by using the decimal system (i.e. 1.1, 1.2, ….). The dimensions of the journal and the overall design should be taken into consideration while preparing tables and figures. Figures and tables should be titled, numbered and centered on the page. Titles should be written above the tables and graphics and below the figures. A sequence number should be given to all equations. The sequence number should be in parentheses and on the far right side of the page.

9. Both the Abstract and Introduction sections should begin on new pages.

10. Titles for introduction, conclusion and bibliography sections should be written in capital letters and left-aligned. These titles should not be numbered. Numbering should start with the first heading after the introduction. Only the first letters of the words should be written in capital letters for the rest of the titles.

11. If the article is derived from any thesis or other scientific study, it should be shown in a footnote to the title of the article on the first page.

12. Authors should scrutinize their articles with similarity programs such as iThenticate or Turnitin and upload the analysis report to the system. Similarity rate is expected to be less than 20%.

13. The gel codes of the articles must be written at the end of the abstract.

Citation Guidelines

All referencing must be made in APA citation style and should be carefully checked for completeness, accuracy and consistency.

In-text citations
  • Single author; the surname of the author, year and page (Kaya, 2019:19),
  • Two authors; the surname of both with "and" in-between, year and page  (Kaya and Yılmaz, 2018:15),
  • More than two authors; the surname of the first author followed by et al., year and page (Kaya et al., 2018:15).
  • Multiple works by the same author(s); (Dupeyras and MacCallum, 1992/a: 5-8; 1999/b: 112).


The bibliography should be provided at the end of the article and in alphabetical order.

Book by one author
Sulliva, Do. O., Unvin, D. J. (2003), Geographic Information Analysis, John Wiley and Jons, Inc, New Jersey

Article by one author
Johnson, M., P. (2001), “Decision Support for Family Reloation decision under the Section 8 Housing Assistance Program Using Geographic Information Systems and the Analytic Hierarchy Process”, Fannie Mae Foundation, Journal of Housing Research, Vol.12, No. 2: 277-306

Article by more than one author
Allen, N. J., and Meyer, J. P. (1990). The measurement and antecedents of affective, continuance, and normative commitment to the organization, Journal of Occupational Psychology, Vol.63, No.1: 1-18.

Internet Sources
Author Surname,N., Title of work, http://www.tuik,, (Access Date)