Journal Style Sheet
- Prepare the paper in English.
- Submit the paper in MS Word (for PCs) or RTF (for Macs).
- Paper should have a Title (between 5 and 15 words), an Abstract (between 150 and 200 words) and Keywords (between 5 and 8 words).
- For each author, give institutional affiliation, city, state (province), postal code, country, and email address. If there is no affiliation available then give the rest of the information mentioned above.
- For multiple authored papers identify the Corresponding Author.
- Submit all papers by Clicking Here read submission process then continue follow all instructions provided.
- Starting in page 2, place the paper content along with the title but not any author information. This will facilitate blind refereeing.
- Do not include a Table of Contents.
- Use Single space for spacing, Times New Roman 12 font and 1" margins all around.
- Use single column format.
- Insert page numbers.
- Use subheadings such as Introduction, Literature Review, Methodology, . . ., Conclusion, References.
- List all Tables consecutively. Each Table should have a number and a brief description placed above the Table.
- List all Figures consecutively. Each Figure should have a number and a brief description placed below the Figure. All accepted papers should submit a 600 dpi resolution Figures.
- Use APA style for references. For web references give latest Access Date in mm/dd/yy format. All references should have an author or organization given first. See samples below.
- List references in alphabetical order.
- Where applicable, the references should be cited in the body of text. See sample below.
- For any additional details please contact the Editor-in-Chief: C.B. Claiborne, Texas Southern University, Jesse H. Jones School of Business, Marketing, Click for Email or 713-313-7780.
For the sake of readability a blank line is placed between references. If the number of authors exceeds three, then list the first author followed by et al instead of listing all the authors.
- Anderson, R. 2013. A new approach to using social media in online teaching, http://www.myweb.edu Accessed 02/15/14.
- Lee, H., et al. 2010. Marketing Practices, Indianapolis, USA: Cengage Publishing.
- NIST. 2008. Recommendations for use of secure transaction cards, http://www.nist.gov Accessed 03/12/14.
- Rodriguez, T. 2011. Teaching Principles of Finance as a Blended Course, Chapter in Online Education in Finance, Editors: Gonzalez and Papadopoulos, New York, USA: Wiley & Sons.
- Wilson, J. 2013. Role of Fraud Examiner in Auditing, Journal of XYZ, vol. 21, #2, 109-116.
- Wilson, J. and Garcia, M. 2011. An examination of forensic accounting in SMEs, American Journal of Accounting, vol. 10, #4, 27-33.
- Zhang, Q. n.d. Relevance of Cloud Computing for Enterprises, http://www.majorcompany.com Accessed 04/22/14.
Sample use of reference in the body of text:
It is clear from the review of literature that financial fraud is quite prevalent in a variety of industries (Rodriguez, 2011).