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As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.

  • The manuscipt complies with the Author Guidelines. (Note that there are different formating requirements for first-round and revised submissions.)

  • The submission file is in Microsoft Word or PDF format.
  • Author names, affiliations, funding sources and other items that may jeopardize blind review of the manuscript have been removed from the title page; and author identification has been removed from the file properties. (Accepted submissions can ignore these requirements.)

  • Model, code, data and an instruction file facilitating replication of results (if applicable) are included with the submission in a single zip archive.

Key findings in each submission will be replicated by at least one reviewer during the evaluation process, and submissions should be accompanied by code, data and instruction files to facilitate replication of results. Supplementary files should be included in a single zip archive. Authors of first-round submissions may submit their manuscript in any format, providing:

  • The paper is logically organized, which in most circumstances involves including the following elements: Abstract, Keywords, Introduction, Methodology, Results, and Conclusions.
  • The quality of figures is sufficient for refereeing.
  • The work of other researchers is appropriately cited and references are complete. DOI's, where available, are mandatory for cited material in the final version of accepted manuscripts.
  • The paper includes page numbers and continuous line numbers (i.e. line numbers do not restart on each page).

Authors who are invited to submitt a revised manuscript will be required to format their paper according the Journal's style guidelines. Authors are encouraged to use the Journal's Microsoft Word template or LaTeX template. The editors are grateful to Zeynep Akgul for creating the LaTex template.

Each submission should be accompanied by an abstract that summarizes the main findings of the research. Abstracts should be 200 or fewer words and should appeal to a general audience (i.e., specialized terminologies should be avoided).

If applicable, model code, data and instructruction files to facilitate replication of results of accepted papers will be published and freely avaiable on the journal's web site. Supplementary files should be included in a single zip archive.

A condition of submitting a paper to the Journal of Global Economic Analysis is that authors of accepted submissions will be required to format their manuscripts according to the Journal’s style guidelines.