The ”International Review” uses a registration system e-Ur (The Electronic Journal Editing) for all users involved in the editorial and publishing process: authors, editors and reviewers.

If you are a new user, you can register at the following web-address:

After completing the registration process, authors go to the user’s website, where they can find a list of different roles offered in the given journal (e.g. author, review etc.). Click on the “author” role guides the user to the login page, where there is a list of current and previously reported manuscripts and where it is possible to apply the new manuscript. The application process of the manuscript is divided into five steps, with provided explanations for each step. The authors do not have to complete all five steps at a time and can return to their manuscripts, which will be listed on the registration website as


Papers are peer reviewed and it is understood that they are completely new and that they haven’t been published before. Publisher reserves all rights to all publications.

Practical guidelines

1.The length of the manuscript should not exceed 8 pages (including notes, references, appendices, tables, figures, charts, etc.). Papers must be written in English in text processor Microsoft Word, using font Palatino Linotype (size 11), in Latin alphabet, single spacing.

2. Page setup: B5, margins: top 3 cm; bottom 3 cm; left 2.5 cm; right 2.5 cm.

3. Paragraph setup: first line indentation 0.6 cm, paragraph spacing: before 2 pt and after 2 pt.

4. Title: right, bold, size 16

5. The author’s name: last, middle and first name (bold, size 11) without titles. The author’s affiliation name of institution, city, state, and country should be
written together with the author’s name. There should be a footnote containing address and email of the first author after the name of the author. Maximum number of authors working one paper is three.

6. Abstract: italic, size 11, 3 line after the author’s name, maximum length of 250 words. Key words should be 1 line after the abstract and there should be no more than 10 key words.

7. Avoid endnotes.

8. Tables and figures should be numbered (1, 2, 3 etc.), in italics and centered. All tables and pictures should be black & white.

9. Structure of the manuscript (only two levels). First heading: left, bold, size 12, before 18 after 9 pt. Second heading: left indention 0.6 cm, bold, size 12, before 12 after 6 pt.

10) Reference to articles and books in the text: Give full name (first name, middle initial and last name) of author(s) and year of publication in the first citation, with page number(s) where appropriate. For example: Glenn Firebaugh (1999) [first reference]; Firebaugh (1999) [subsequently]; Andrea Boltho and Gianni Toniolo (1999) [first reference], Boltho and Toniolo (1999) *subsequently+; Albert Berry, François Bourguignon, and Christian Morrisson (1983) [first reference], Berry, Bourguignon, and Morrisson (1983) [subsequently]. When more than one work by the same author is cited, give the last name of author and year of publication in parentheses for each subsequent citation. When listing a string of references within the text, first arrange it in chronological order, then alphabetically within years. If there are four or more authors, refer to the first author, followed by et al. and the year; for example: Stefan Fölster et al. (1998). If there is more than one publication referred to in the same year by the author(s), use the year and a, b, etc. (example: 1997a, b). References to authors in the text must exactly match those in the Reference section.

11) List of references (in alphabetical order by author’ last names) should be at the end of the manuscript. JR uses AEA rules for references (Harvard style).