The Empirical Economics Letters

A Monthly International Journal of Economics

ISSN 1681- 8997 

Indexed in EconLit and included in Cabell’s Directory



Instructions to Authors


Papers on all aspects of empirical economics are invited for publication in The Empirical Economics Letters (EEL). Authors are requested to adhere to the instructions that follow.


1.     Papers for publication must be in English and should be sent to Dr Mohammad A. Wadud, Managing Editor, by e-mail as attached files in MS Word to the email address:


2.     Papers should contain original unpublished work. All papers will be refereed and the decision of the Board of Editors on acceptability of papers will be final.


3.     Authors must supply their e-mail address. All correspondence will be made through e-mail only.


4.     The first page of the paper should contain (a) title, (b) name(s) of the author(s), (c) affiliation(s), and (d) an abstract of not more than 100 words followed by 3 to 5 keywords and JEL classification numbers.


5.     The paper should not normally exceed 2500 words.


6.     Footnotes should be limited to explanatory purpose and kept to a minimum. Diagrams and tables should be put at the right places.


7.     All references should be alphabetically arranged according to the following style:


Published papers


Aigner, D.J., C.A.K. Lovell and P. Schmidt, 1977, Formulation and Estimation of Stochastic Frontier Production Function Models, Journal of Econometrics, 6, 21-37.


Research papers


Ajibefun, I.A., Battese, G.E. and Kada, R., 1996, Technical Efficiency and Technological Change in the Japanese Rice Industry: A Stochastic Frontier Analysis, CEPA Working Papers, No. 9/96, Department of Econometrics, University of New England, pp. 22.




Greene, W.H., 1997, Econometric Analysis, International Edition, Third Edition, Prentice-Hall International, Inc.



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