A sampling of the most common entries in reference lists appears below. Please note that for journal articles, issue numbers are not included unless each issue in the volume begins with page one. Hence, it is The Journal of Futures Markets, 24, 513–532, not The Journal of Futures Markets, 24(6), 513–532. Entries not exemplified below are modelled in the Publication manual . Please note that italics are removed from references in the printed publication (this is a departure from the Publication Manual style).
Book: Surname, Initials (Year), Book Title, Publisher, Place.
Example - Kundu, S.C. (2000), Comparative human resource management: India and Japan, Mittal Publications, New Delhi.
Journal: Surname, Initials (Year), Article Title, Journal Name, Volume No.(Issue no.), Pages.
Example - Kundu, S.C. & Vora, J.A. (2004), Creating a talented workforce for delivering service quality, Human Resource Planning, 27(2), 40-51.
Article in edited book: Surname, First name (Year), Article Title, Editor’s Surname, Initials (Ed.), Book Title(Page no.), Publisher, Place.
Example - Baker, F. M., & Lightfoot, O. B. (1993), Psychiatric care of ethnic elders, In A. C. Gaw (Ed.), Culture, ethnicity, and mental illness (pp.517–552), American Psychiatric Press, Washington D.C.
Unpublished paper presented at a meeting: Surname, Initials(Year, Month, date), Paper Title, Meeting organizer, Place.
Example - Black, L., & Loveday, G. (1998, February), The development of sign language in hearing children, Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Professional Linguistics Society, Munich Germany.
Published proceedings of meetings and symposia: Surname, Initials(Year), Proceeding Title, Editor’s Surname, Initials(Eds.), Proceedings of meeting organizer No.(Page No.),Publisher, Place.
Example - McNeil, C. B., Eyberg, S., Eisenstadt, T. H., & Newcomb, K. (1997), Marital status and living arrangements, In W. W. Hartrup & Z. Rubin (Eds.), American Psychological Association Proceedings No. 512 (pp.1–25), American Psychiatric Press, Washington, DC
Unpublished doctoral dissertation: Surname, Initials(Year), Dissertation title, Specify Unpublished Dissertation, Institution name, Place.
Example - Smith, A. (2001), Analyses of non union American companies in the late 1990s, Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Georgetown University, Washington.