Job Submission

Guidelines and Calendar for Sending Communications

The proposals for communications will be adjusted to the following calendar of deadlines:

  • Sending of summaries of the communications: 1 May, 2018.
  • Approval of the summaries: 1 June, 2018.
  • Sending of the complete texts of the communications: 1 September, 2018.

Formal Guidelines for the Summaries and Communications:

  • Summaries:
    Maximum length: 250 words.
    Includes:
    Title of the communication.
    Authors of the communication, with relevant personal details, including e-mail address.
    Hypothesis or objective of the research, a brief description of method and relevant conclusions.
    Key words: up to a maximum of five.
  • Communications:
    The text will begin on the page following the summary and in no case will it exceed 25 pages, or 8,000 words.
    The line spacing will be 1.5, and the font will be Times New Roman 12.
    The structure of the text will consist of sections, numbered and titled in lower case.
    Any images, graphics and figures will be numbered correspondingly and integrated into the text, with title and source indicated.
    Mathematical formulas will be numbered as the author sees fit with Arabic numerals within brackets to the right of the formula.
    Numbered footnotes are to be used.
    Bibliographical references will be included in the text, and the bibliography will appear at the end, conforming with the following guidelines.
    Guidelines for bibliographical notes. Bibliographical notes are to be made under the title year format, for example (Sunkel, 1995: 15). The complete bibliography will be located at the end, following the following guidelines:
    For books:
    Sunkel, Osvaldo (1995): El desarrollo desde dentro: un enfoque neoestructuralista para la América Latina, Fondo de Cultura Económica, México.
    For a chapter of a book:
    Muñoz Gomá, Oscar (1995): “El proceso de industrialziación: Teorías, experiencias y políticas”, en Sunkel, O. El desarrollo desde dentro: un enfoque neoestructuralista para la América Latina, Fondo de Cultura Económica, México.
    For reviews:
    Prebisch, Raúl (1959): “El Mercado Co mún Latinoamericano”, Revista Integración & Comercio, Número Especial (1965-2000), BID-INTAL, Buenos Aires, pp.25-31.
    When referring to a document on a web page, include the complete URL and the date of access.
    FitzGerald, Valpy (1988): La CEPAL y la teoría de la industrialización. Santiago de Chile, CEPAL. Disponible en web: http://www.cepal.org/publicaciones/xml/9/19229/valpy.htm. Revisado: Febrero 12 de 2007.

The texts must be sent in the .doc format to the Conference at: ponencias@pensarconmarxhoy.org