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Instructions for Authors and Publication Ethics

The journal Interventions économiques / Papers in Political Economy is a refereed journal interested in theoretical debates as well as in research results or debates in political economy or socio-economics, as well as analysis of the evolution of society and economies. The editorial board is presented on the website.

The journal publishes articles on all themes, but has particular interest in political economy, socio-economics, work, employment, work organization, working time, local and international development, globalization and international political economy, as well as issues on important authors in these fields. (See issues on Veblen, Polanyi, Commons, etc.) It is available free of charge online, at this address: https://journals.openedition.org/interventionseconomiques/1451

Each issue is composed of an introduction to the thematic issue, when this is the case, as well as an average of 6 articles. The journal also publishes book reviews, essays and interviews.Articles are subject to peer review by at least two reviewers, and often three, especially in case of disagreement. The editors ensure that reviewers have no conflict of interest and reviews are treated confidentially. The journal conserves copyright of articles and authors wishing to integrate their article in an online site or a book need to contact the journal. As concerns access to journal, there are no subscriptions and journal is available free of charge online.

Publishers and editors take steps to identify and prevent the publication of papers where research misconduct has occurred. When the journal is made aware of any allegation of research misconduct, such as an article having been largely published elsewhere for example, the journal editors immediately deal with the issue. The journal can eventually retract or ask for correction of articles when needed. Usually, the problem will be discovered ahead of publication, and the article will not be published or possibly not even reviewed, and simply rejected in such a case. Publishers and editors are always willing to publish corrections, clarifications, retractions and apologies when needed.

Articles should be original and not have been published elsewhere, nor published in another language. If authors want to put online the PDF version of the article published in PPE/IE, the journal would appreciate that they inform us. Also, if there is a possibility of translation in another language, or reproduction in a book, please contact the editors the journal allows translations, provided the primary source (IE /EPP) is indicated.

Presentation of Articles

Articles should not exceed 25 pages (including tables, graphs and bibliography) and half-spaced (or 50 000 characters) and must be accompanied by a translated title, a short summary of a dozen lines in English and French, and five key words in English and French as well.

Submitted papers will present original research results and qualities such as readability and relevance to the general theme of the issue, or the journal’s general subjects of interest. Published articles remain the property of the journal. The author will provide the following information: name, address, phone number, email address and the title and institutional affiliation.

The journal is present in many databases, including that of HCERES, in France, but also the following :

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  • Virtuose

  • Open science Directory

Notes and Bibliography

The notes will be presented at the end of the text and be identified with Arabic numerals. The complete bibliography should be formulated as follows:

  • Book: Dostaler, Gilles and Michel Beaud (1996). Economic Thought since Keynes, Paris: Editions du Seuil, 444 pages.

  • Article: Dutraive, Véronique (1993). Transaction between the firm and contract: Williamson epigone or dissident institutionalist thinking. Journal of Political Economy. Vol. 103, No. 1, pp. 83-105.

  • Article in a book: Elijah, Bernard (1997). Against economic apartheid: the political struggle. In Juan-Luis Klein, Pierre-Andre Tremblay Hugues Dionne (editors). Beyond neoliberalism: what role for social movements? Sainte-Foy : Presses de l'Universite du Quebec, pp. 179-186.

Tables

Here are the standards for the creation of tables.

  • Font: Verdana

  • Character size: 8 pt

  • Titles of columns: bold

  • Cells: go to Paragraph => Spacing, Before: 4 pt, After: 4 pt, Line spacing: single

  • Tables titles : Verdana, 10 pt, bold

  • Source : Arial, 10 pt, couleur: RGB : 119 119 119

See the Word document attached.

Here are two examples of tables:

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Charts and Graphics

Here are the standards for creating graphics. Ideally, two graphs should not follow each other; please try to separate them.

  • Font: Verdana

  • Chart or graph title, font size: 11

  • All text in the graph or chart, character size: 8

  • With the right mouse button, click one of the two axes and select "Format Axis".

  • Under "Main grading”, select "Internal". Do the same for the other axis.

  • Insert a text box for the source

  • Turn your graphic image and paste it into your Word document. Here are some ways to proceed:

  • Windows: From Excel, select your chart. Copy and paste it into your Word document.

  • Windows 7 and Vista: Using the "Snipping Tool". Copy your JPG image and paste it into your Word document.

  • Earlier version of Windows: Use the "Print Screen". Then, using an editing software image (Photoshop, Picasa, Corel Draw, etc.), recompose your picture. Copy and paste it into your Word document.

  • Mac: Transform your table into an image using the function "Cut" (shift-apple-4) on Mac. A JPG file is automatically created on your desktop and you can insert into your Word document.

See the Excel document attached.

Here are two examples of graphs:

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