Instructions for authors

MAIN REQUIREMENTS

Page setup settings: margins 2,5 cm in all four sides, paper size – A4 format (21 cm x 29,7 cm).

Font requirements (unless otherwise): Times New Roman; 12 pt.

 Paragraph formatting (unless otherwise):

  • Alignment – justified;
  • First line avert – none;
  • Paragraph spacing – before 0 pt; after 0 pt;
  • Line spacing – single.

All text (with introduction, text, conclusions and referencies) should be 10 –16 pages (27000- 40000 press marks).

 Structure of the paper:

Title of the article;

Name Surname;

Organization / University (Country);

Abstract (about 150 words or 1200 press marks)

Keywords: one, two, three. Not more than 5 keywords.

  • JEL codes: (http://www.aeaweb.org/econlit/subject.php#Q)

Introduction

  • Here author indicates article’s problem, purpose, object, tasks of the article and methods.

The main text of the article divided into sections and, if required, subsections.

  • Main text of the article should be 10 to 16 pages (27000-40000 press marks).

Conclusion

  • After the main text of the article go conclusions / recommendations. There should be represented main ideas about solved research tasks.
  • Conclusion paragraphs without numbers.

Summary

if paper in Lithuanian language- summary in English, if paper in English language- summary in Lithuanian language 400- 500 words.

References

  • References should be ranged by alphabet. The names of the source must be leaning. The list of references should be no less than 20 positions.
  • Some examples:

Beamish, P.W., Morrison, A.J., Inkpen, A.C., Rosenzweig, P.M. (2003). International Management. Singapore: McGraw- Hill.

EU Enlargement – 20 Myths and Facts about Enlargement. (2006). European Commission. Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities.

Nugent, N. (2006). Introduction: Does Size Matter in the European Union? European Integration Vol. 28, No. 1. p. 14–20.

ALL ARTICLES SHOULD BE WRITTEN IN CLEAR (CORRECT) ENGLISH OR LITHUANIAN LANGUAGE.