The scientific paper is a written and published report describing original research results. A well-written scientific paper explains the scientist's motivation for providing a research, the research design and execution, and the meaning of the results. Scientific papers are written in a style that is exceedingly clear and concise. Their purpose is to inform an audience about an important issue and to document the particular approach they used to investigate that issue.
If English is not the researcher’s first language, then proofreading by a native speaker might be helpful.
Title of the Paper (14pt Times New Roman, Bold, left justified) in English Language
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Author´s name/names (12 pt Times New Roman)
Affiliation (12 pt Times New Roman)
Abstract in English language Leave 1 blank line
An abstract is a brief summary of the most important points in a scientific paper. It is a highly condensed version of the paper itself. After reading the abstract, the reader knows the main points that the author/authors has/have to make. The reader can then evaluate the significance of the paper and then decide whether or not she or he wishes to read the full paper. Please, do not exceed 800 characters sentences. Leave 1 blank line
Key words: maximum 10 words. Leave 2 blank lines
JEL Classification: maximum 3 indexes. Leave 2 blank lines
For JEL Classification please, go to: http://www.aeaweb.org/jel/jel_class_system.php
1.1. Introduction Leave 1 blank line
The heading of each section should be written in 13 pt, bold, Times New Roman, left justified. Please, use numbers 1, 2, … for the sections. For the text of the section use 12 pt Times New Roman, single spacing. Leave 1 blank line between blocks of text.
The length of the paper should not exceed 20 pages, 1800 characters per page, justified. Tables, figures, illustrations, and references are excluded from the word count. Leave 2 blank lines between successive sections and/or subsections.
1.1 Subsection Leave 1 blank line
The heading of each subsection should be written in 12 pt, bold, Times New Roman, left justified. Please, use numbers 1.1, 1.1.1…. for subsections. For the text of the subsection use 12 pt Times New Roman. Leave 2 blank lines between successive subsections and/or sub-subsections.
1.1.1 Sub-subsection Leave 1 blank line
The heading of each sub-subsection should be written in 11 pt, bold, Times New Roman, left justified. Please, use numbers 1.1, 1.1.1…. for subsections. For the text of the subsection use 12 pt Times New Roman. Leave 2 blank lines between successive subsections and/or sub-subsections.
1.2. Problem Formulation Leave 1 blank line
Graphs and tables should be numbered as follows: Graph 1, Graph 2 etc; Table 1, Table 2 etc. The heading of each graph and table should be written in 11 pt, bold, Times New Roman, left justified. The words “Table 1”, “Graph 8” etc. should be on the right. Leave 1 blank line between the heading and the graph or table.
Under each graph or table the source must be provided and should be written in 10 pt. Leave 1 blank line between the graph or table and the source.
Leave 2 blank lines between successive subsections and/or sub-subsections.
1.3. Problem Solution Leave 1 blank line
When citing references in the text, type corresponding number in square brackets .
When citing quotations in the text, type the corresponding number in square brackets, and the number of the page, where the quotation can be found [1, p. 45]. Leave 2 blank lines between successive sections, subsections and/or sub-subsections.
1.4. Conclusion Leave 1 blank line
Please, follow the instructions carefully, otherwise, you will be asked to resubmit the full paper. Thank you for your collaboration and contribution. Leave 2 blank lines between successive sections, subsections and/or sub-subsections.
1.5. References Leave 1 blank line
Only material referenced in the text should be cited in the bibliography.
References should be alphabetized by the last name of the first author of each work.
Where there are two authors, both names should be referenced in the text with the usage of &, thus Black, J., & Jones, T.
Where there are more than seven authors, the first six authors should be listed and then ellipses should be used after the sixth author's name. After the ellipses, the last author's name of the work should be listed.
For multiple articles by the same author, or authors listed in the same order, list the entries in chronological order, from earliest to most recent.
Author, A. A., Author, B. B., & Author, C. C. (Year). Title of article. Title of Periodical, volume number(issue number), pages. http://abc.com/xxx/xxx/
Author, A. A. (Year of publication). Title of the book. Location: Publisher.
Author, A. A., & Author, B. B. (Date of publication). Title of article. Title of Online Periodical, volume number(issue number if available). Retrieved from http://www.abc.com/xxx/xxx/
Author, A. A., & Author, B. B. (Date of publication). Title of article. Title of Journal, volume number, page range. doi:0000000/000000000000
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1.6. Brief description of Author/Authors:
Please, write the Author´s name and titles (in 12 pt, Times New Roman, bold), Department, Faculty, Affiliation, Address, Country, Affiliation web page, email address of Author. Please, introduce the Author´s position, the main field of research, and interest shortly. Please, do not exceed 500 characters.
Technical Notes for Authors:
Please, name the file as follows: author´s surname_title of the paper (White_Tourism Development in Europe)
To the Subject of the email please write: Journal of Tourism and Services - paper
Articles should have been proofread and corrected for errors and will be regarded as accurate; authors are responsible for factual content.
Papers which appear in Journal of Tourism and Services are subject to the usual academic processes of anonymous peer reviewing.
Papers written by members of the Editorial Board will be refereed by an independent referee.
Only visual data, images, etc. over which the author(s) have copyright may be used unless permission has been obtained and acknowledged - it is the responsibility of the authors to obtain such permissions.
Simultaneous submissions to other print or electronic journals are not permitted.
Important Note: Please make sure you remove any figure, tables, website screenshots, graphics,..etc., from the paper from any published article unless you have a written permission. You need to obtain written permissions from the publisher to include any copyrighted material in your manuscript. Mentioning only the source with a reference is not enough.