References to publications should be as follows: "Smith (1992) reports that . . ." or "This problem has been studied previously (e.g., Smith et al., 1969; Jones, 1970)". The author should make sure that there is a strict one-to-one correspondence between the names and years in the text and those on the list. The list of references should appear at the end of the main text (after any appendices, but before tables and legends for figures). It should be double-spaced and listed in alphabetical order by author's name. References should appear as follows:
Hawawini, G., Swary, I., 1990. Mergers and Acquisitions in the U.S. Banking Industry: Evidence from the Capital Markets. North-Holland, Amsterdam.
For contributions to collective works
Brunner, K., Meltzer, A., 1990. Money supply. In: Friedman, B., Hahn, F. (Eds.), Handbook of Monetary Economics, Vol. 1. North-Holland, Amsterdam, pp. 357-396.
Griffiths, W., Judge, G., 1992. Testing and estimating location vectors when the error covariance matrix is unknown. Journal of Econometrics 54, 121-138.
For unpublished material:
Hermalin, B., Weisbach, M., 1995. Endogenously chosen boards and their monitoring of the CEO. Unpublished working paper. University of California, Berkeley.
Note that journal titles should not be abbreviated.