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6. Citation of references in the text should be by author(s) followed by parenthesized Arabic numerals denoting the year of publication, as Aitchison and Brown (1957), Arrow (1951, Theorem 1), Panzer and Willig (1977b, p. 488), etc.
7. Bibliographical references should be accurate, and follow the style and punctuation in the following examples:
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Aitchison, J. and J. A. C. Brown (1957), The Lognormal Distribution, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
for articles, authors' name year of publication in parentheses, title of articles in quotation mark, title of journal or book in italics in which the article was published, page (p.) or pages (pp.).
Arrow, K. J. (1951), "An Extension of the Basic Theorems of Classical Welfare Economics," in Neyman, J. ed., Proceedings of the Second Berkeley Symposium on Mathematical Statistics and Probability, Berkeley: University of California Press, 507-532.
Panzer, J. C. and R. D. Willig (1977a), "Free Entry and the Sustainability of Natural Monopoly," Bell Journal of Economics 8(1), 1-22.
_____ (1977b), "Economies of Scale in Multi-Output Production," Quarterly Journal of Economics 91(3), 481-493.
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