Guide for authors

Articles submitted to JAPED should be original contributions and not under consideration for any other publication at the same time.

All articles should be submitted, preferably in MS WORD format to the editors: Dr. George Bob-Milliar gbobmilliar.cass@knust.edu.gh or bobmilliar1@gmail.com and Prof. Paul Alagidede, p.alagidede@wits.ac.za or alagidede@gmail.com.

Authors are responsible for ensuring that their contributions conform to the journal style.

Articles should be double-spaced and with ample margins. All pages should be numbered consecutively.

The limit for articles is 10,000 words, including notes and references.

An abstract of up to 200 words should be added during the submission process, along with a minimum of five keywords.

Reference style:
JAPED adheres to the Harvard reference style of in text citation.

The basic format is (Author date: page numbers): (Alagidede, 2007; Bob-Milliar et al., 2009: 53)

(see Mamdani, 1996: 70) (Daily Graphic 10.4.1997).

Alphabetical order, Unnumbered

 Journals:

Obeng-Odoom, F. (2012). Problematising the resource curse thesis. Development and Society 41(1), pp.1-29.

 Books:

Levin, A. and Lin, C. (1993). The Microstructure of Foreign Exchange Market, 2nd edn. University of Chicago Press, Chicago.

Edited books

Moyo, S. and Yeros, P., (eds.). (2005). Reclaiming the Land: The resurgence of rural movements in Africa, Asia and Latin America, Zed Books Ltd. and David Philip, London and Cape Town.

Chapters in Edited books

Goodhart, C., Ito, T. and Payne, R. (1996.). One day in June 1993: a study of the working of the Reuters 2000-2 electronic foreign exchange trading system, in The Microstructure of Foreign Exchange Markets, 2nd edn (Eds) J. A. Frankel, G. Galli and A. Giovannini, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, pp. 107–79.

 Working Paper

Bob-Milliar, G.M. (2014). The political economy of higher education funding in Sub Saharan Africa. African Finance and Economics Consult Working Paper No 116/2014.

 Discussion Paper/Unpublished Paper

Adu, G., Boako, G and Alagidede, P. (2015). Interactive effects of informality, credit access and economic growth in Ghana. Discussion Paper/Unpublished Paper No 34-7, mimeo, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana.

 Conference Papers

Amewu, G. (2016). Mergers and acquisitions in the midst of crisis. Paper presented at the African Finance and Economics Conference on Institutions and Economic Growth in Africa, KNUST Business School, Kumasi, Ghana, 11-12 August 2016.

 

Articles submitted to JAPED should be original contributions and not under consideration for any other publication at the same time.

All articles should be submitted, preferably in MS WORD format to the editors: Dr. George Bob-Milliar gbobmilliar.cass@knust.edu.gh or bobmilliar1@gmail.com and Prof. Paul Alagidede, p.alagidede@wits.ac.za or alagidede@gmail.com.

Authors are responsible for ensuring that their contributions conform to the journal style.

Articles should be double-spaced and with ample margins. All pages should be numbered consecutively.

The limit for articles is 10,000 words, including notes and references.

An abstract of up to 200 words should be added during the submission process, along with a minimum of five keywords.

Reference style:
JAPED adheres to the Harvard reference style of in text citation.

The basic format is (Author date: page numbers): (Alagidede, 2007; Bob-Milliar et al., 2009: 53)

(see Mamdani, 1996: 70) (Daily Graphic 10.4.1997).

Alphabetical order, Unnumbered

 Journals:

Obeng-Odoom, F. (2012). Problematising the resource curse thesis. Development and Society 41(1), pp.1-29.

 Books:

Levin, A. and Lin, C. (1993). The Microstructure of Foreign Exchange Market, 2nd edn. University of Chicago Press, Chicago.

Edited books

Moyo, S. and Yeros, P., (eds.). (2005). Reclaiming the Land: The resurgence of rural movements in Africa, Asia and Latin America, Zed Books Ltd. and David Philip, London and Cape Town.

Chapters in Edited books

Goodhart, C., Ito, T. and Payne, R. (1996.). One day in June 1993: a study of the working of the Reuters 2000-2 electronic foreign exchange trading system, in The Microstructure of Foreign Exchange Markets, 2nd edn (Eds) J. A. Frankel, G. Galli and A. Giovannini, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, pp. 107–79.

 Working Paper

Bob-Milliar, G.M. (2014). The political economy of higher education funding in Sub Saharan Africa. African Finance and Economics Consult Working Paper No 116/2014.

 Discussion Paper/Unpublished Paper

Adu, G., Boako, G and Alagidede, P. (2015). Interactive effects of informality, credit access and economic growth in Ghana. Discussion Paper/Unpublished Paper No 34-7, mimeo, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana.

 Conference Papers

Amewu, G. (2016). Mergers and acquisitions in the midst of crisis. Paper presented at the African Finance and Economics Conference on Institutions and Economic Growth in Africa, KNUST Business School, Kumasi, Ghana, 11-12 August 2016.