PUBLICATION PRINCIPLES

 

Submitted manuscripts should be clear and concise in terms of language and expression, and should include Abstract and Keywords. Abstract should not exceed 200 words. Up to five Keywords should be supplied. Abstract should not provide reference or refer. Aim of the study, methods, the sample/ subject/ working group, tools used, key findings and conclusions should be stated with a paragraph for each. Abstracts and Keywords should be both in English with an English title and in Turkish with a Turkish title for manuscripts in Turkish.

Manuscripts should include the names of the authors. All supplementary material ( such as appendices) should be included in the same Word as the manuscript.

The main text file of manuscript should be presented in the following order:

a)      The title of the paper,

b)      Abstract And Key Words,

c)      Main Text,

d)      References,

e)      Tables and Figures

The title page of manuscript should contain;

a)      the title of the paper,

b)      the name/s and institutional affiliation/s of the author/s,

c)      the name, address, telephone number, and email address of the corresponding author;

d)      brief author/s biography including any acknowledgements.

The total length of any manuscript submitted should not exceed 25 pages (A4) including figures and tables.

 

FORMATTING REQUIREMENTS

Page Setup: The top and bottom margins should be 5.5 cm, and side margins should be 4.3 cm.

Text Format: Manuscripts should be prepared using Microsoft Word, and should be typed in single line spacing. Space before and after paragraph should be set as 6 points. The font size should be 12 with Calibri font only. Title of manuscript should be appearing in uppercase letters, and subtitles should be appearing in lowercase letters. Latin terms should always be in italics no matter how common the usage. All pages should be numbered consecutively in the top right-hand corner, beginning with the first page of the main text file.

Equations and Numbers: Displayed equations should be numbered consecutively throughout the manuscript as (1), (2), etc. against the right-hand margin of the page. Equations or formulas should be created using "Math Type" programme.  All variables and names of statistical tests (such as t-statistics, t-test, t = 4.68, F-test) should appear in italics. Bold or italics cannot be used for numerals and abbreviations for math functions (such as ln,∑). Numbers from one to nine should be spelled out, while numerals should be used for numbers from 10 onwards except for millions and a number begins a sentence. Larger numbers should be written with a space instead of comma (such as 50 000).

Tables, Figures and Graphs: Tables should be self-contained and complement, but not duplicate, information contained in the text. Number tables consecutively in the text in numerals. Type tables on a separate page with the legend above. The table, legend and footnotes must be understandable without reference to the text. Vertical lines should not be used to separate columns. Column headings should be brief, with units of measurement in parentheses; all abbreviations must be defined in footnotes. Footnote symbols: ∗ , ∗∗ , ∗∗∗ should be reserved.All illustrations (line drawings and photographs) are classified as figures. Figures should be numbered using numerals, cited in consecutive order in the text, and supplied as a separate file, with the figure number incorporated in the file name. For instance;

Table 3: Extractive Firms in the World’s Top 25

Name of the Company

Ranking

Country

Field of Activity

Accounting Standard

Shell

1

Netherlands

Oil

IFRS

Exxon Mobile

2

United States

Oil

FASB

BP

4

United Kingdom

Oil

IFRS

Chevron

5

United States

Oil

FASB

Total

6

France

Oil

IFRS

Conoco Philips

7

United States

Oil

FASB

China National Petroleum

13

China

Oil

National Standards

ENI

17

Italy

Oil

IFRS

Gazprom

22

Russia

Oil, Gas

IFRS

 

REFERENCES:

Authors are guided to follow American Psychological Association (APA) Reference style while submitting paper to Gazi Journal of Economics and Business (GJEB). Authors are referred to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, Sixth Edition, ISBN 978-1- 4338-0561-5. 

REFERENCE CITATIONS WITHIN THE TEXT: Reference citiations of the text should be demonstrated as the surname of the author(s) followed by the year of publication and pages in parentheses as shown below:

One Author

(Author’s Last Name, Year of Publication, Page Number(s)) or

Author’s Last Name (Year of Publication, Page Number(s))

(Zaif, 2007, p.53) or

Zaif (2007, p.53)…

Two Authors

(Author’s Last Name & Author’s Last Name, Year of Publication, Page Number(s)) or

Author’s Last Name and Author’s Last Name (Year of Publication, Page Number(s))

(Ayanoğlu & Ergin, 2015, pp.100- 104) or

Ayanoğlu and Ergin (2015, ss.100-104)…

Three- Five Authors

First citation: (Author’s Last Name, Author’s Last Name & Author’s Last Name, Year of Publication, Page Number(s)) or

Author’s Last Name, Author’s Last Name and Author’s Last Name (Year of Publication, Page Number(s))

(Örten, Kaval & Karapınar, 2015, p.325) or

Örten, Kaval and Karapınar (2015, p.325)…

Subsequent citations: (Author’s Last Name et al., Year of Publication, Page Number(s)) or Author’s Last Name et al. (Year of Publication, Page Number(s))

(Örten et al., 2015, p.325) or

Örten et al., (2015, p.325)…

Six or More Authors

(Author’s Last Name et al., Year of Publication, Page Number(s))

(Karapınar et al., 2010, s.67)

Secondary Referencing/ Sources

(as cited in Author’s Last Name, Year of Publication, Page Number(s))

Moore (as cited in Maxwell, 1999, p. 25)…

 

Endnotes: Endnotes should be kept to a minimum and numbered consecutively throughout the text with superscript numerals. They should not include displayed formula or tables.

 

REFERENCE LIST: The list of references should appear at the end of the main text, after appendices but before tables. It should be double-spaced and listed in alphabetical order. Only include articles and books that have been referred to in the paper. The following examples include the requirements of reference style.

 

BOOK

One Author

Author’s Last Name, First Letters of First Names. (Year of Publication). Title of work. Location: Publisher.

Zaif, F. (2007). Muhasebe verilerine dayalı risk ölçümü. Ankara, Türkiye: Gazi Publishing.

Two Authors

Author’s Last Name, First Letters of First Names., & Author’s Last Name, First Letters of First Names. (Year of Publication). Title of work. Location: Publisher.

Karapınar A., & Zaif F. (2013). Uluslararası finansal raporlama standartları ile uyumlu finansal analiz (3rd Ed.). Ankara, Türkiye: Gazi Publishing.

Three - Seven Authors

Author’s Last Name, First Letters of First Names., Author’s Last Name, First Letters of First Names., Author’s Last Name, First Letters of First Names., Author’s Last Name, First Letters of First Names., Author’s Last Name, First Letters of First Names., Author’s Last Name, First Letters of First Names., & Author’s Last Name, First Letters of First Names. (Year of Publication). Title of work. Location: Publisher.

Atan M., Atan S., & Arslantürk Y. (2012). Lisansüstü araştırmalarda istatistik uygulamaları (SPSS uygulamalı). Ankara, Türkiye. Dama Yayınları.

Eight or More Authors

Author’s Last Name, First Letters of First Names., Author’s Last Name, First Letters of First Names., Author’s Last Name, First Letters of First Names., Author’s Last Name, First Letters of First Names., Author’s Last Name, First Letters of First Names., Author’s Last Name, First Letters of First Names., …, Author’s Last Name, First Letters of First Names. (Year of Publication). Title of work. Location: Publisher.

Karapınar A. , Zaif F., Ayanoğlu Y., Bayırlı R., Altay A., Torun S., …, Bal H. (2011). Sermaye Piyasası Kurulu- türev araçlar. Ankara, Türkiye: Gazi Publishing.

 

JOURNAL ARTICLE

One Author without DOI

Author’s Last Name, First Letters of First Names. (Year of Publication). Title of article. Title of Journal, Volume (Issue), Page Number(s). Retrieved from http://www.xxxxxxx(journal web page)

Zaif, F. (2004). Avrupa Birliği denetim ve denetçiye ilişkin esasların uyumlaştırılması çalışmaları. Gazi Journal of FEAS, 6(3), 153-177. Retrieved from http://iibfdergisi.gazi.edu.tr/index.php/iibfdergisi

Two Authors without DOI

Author’s Last Name, First Letters of First Names., & Author’s Last Name, First Letters of First Names. (Year of Publication). Title of article. Title of Journal, Volume (Issue), Page Number(s). Retrieved from http://www.xxxxxxx(journal web page)

Ayanoğlu Y., & Ergin N.E. (2015). Ertelenmiş vergilerin finansal tablo kullanıcıları açısından önemi. Gazi Journal of Economics and Business, 1(1), 77-104. Retrieved from http://gazipublishing.com/gazi- iktisat-ve- isletme-dergisi- giid

Three - Seven Authors with DOI

Author’s Last Name, First Letters of First Names., Author’s Last Name, First Letters of First Names., & Author’s Last Name, First Letters of First Names. (Year of Publication). Title of article. Title of Journal, Volume (Issue), Page Number(s). doi: doi number

Karapınar A., Zaif F., & Torun S. (2012). Accounting for extractive industries: Global and Turkish perspective. Australian Accounting Review, 22(1), 40-50. doi: 10.1111/j.1835-2561.2011.00157.x