UBER Journal
Paper Resources

Citations

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APA

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Topics of Interest

The UBER Journal staff is seeking submissions in the following areas:

  • Accounting
  • Economics
  • Finance
  • Marketing
  • Management
  • Business Law
  • Corporate Ethics
  • Information Systems
  • Operations Management

We seek original qualitative and quantitative research in any of the above areas. In keeping with the spirit of a student-oriented enterprise, all co-authors of submitted manuscripts must be undergraduates or have received their undergraduate degree within a year and a half of publication. For example, submissions for the spring 2012 edition of the journal will not be considered if any of the co-authors graduated before December 2010.

Submitted manuscripts must not be under submission or have been published in another journal while being considered for publication in the UBER Journal. The only exception to this requirement is a paper that has been published in the National Conference on Undergraduate Research Proceedings. A paper that was published in the NCUR Proceedings is still eligible to be submitted to the UBER Journal.

 

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Use the links located to the left to find additional information about APA style for both in-text citations and references. We will be following the guidelines found in the most recently published version of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association.

If these additional resources are unable to answer your question(s) about formatting or style, please feel free to e-mail us with your question(s) at uberjournal@berry.edu.

Guidelines

A title page that includes the names of the authors, contact information (phone number, e-mail, and complete mailing address) for one author, school affiliation, and any acknowledgments the authors care to make. This should be the only page in the manuscript that identifies the authors.

An abstract page with the manuscript title and a synopsis of the manuscript not to exceed 200 words. The synopsis should summarize the subject of the manuscript and its significant findings.

Manuscripts should be double-spaced, except for indented quotations, and in a 12-point font. Margins should be at least one inch on the top, bottom, and sides of each page. Manuscripts should not exceed 25 pages, including references and appendices.

A reference list and any tables should appear at the end of the manuscript. The pages of the manuscript, including the items at the end of the manuscript, should be serially numbered, though the title and abstract pages are not numbered.

In the body of the manuscript, numbers from one to nine should be spelled out. All other numbers in the body of the manuscript, and all numbers in tables, should be expressed numerically.