Authors are requested to submit their work in accordance with the following guidelines so as to facilitate the review process.
1. Manuscripts submitted, written in English, should be original and not published or under consideration elsewhere unless authorized by the editorial board.
2. Each manuscript submitted will be reviewed by the editorial board for its general suitability. If judged to be suitable, a double blind review process by two reviewers will take place. The editorial board, based on the suggestions given by the reviewers, will decide whether the manuscript should be rejected, revised, or accepted.
3. The scholarly peer-reviewed article should normally be between 4,500 to 7,500 words including references, footnotes, tables, figures, and their captions. Include an abstract of approximately 100 words and information about the name of the author(s), affiliation, address, contact details, and email. The name of the author(s) should not appear within the article text.
4. An electronic version of the manuscript in a format compatible with the Windows environment should be submitted via email to Prof. Nelson Antonio ( in Europe: firstname.lastname@example.org) or Dr Carlos Noronha (in Asia: email@example.com).
5. Sections and sub-sections should be clearly differentiated in a logical way. Sections should be typed in bold capitals while sub-sections are typed in bold lower case letters. Avoid the use of more than two levels of sections.
6. Tables, charts, and figures should fit the journal¡¦s page size and clearly labeled and captioned with headings and numbers (e.g. Table 1, Figure 1, etc.). Instructions should be given on putting them in the text (e.g. insert table 1 about here).
7. All mathematical notations, numbers, and symbols must be typewritten.
8. The manuscript should be typed double-spaced, font size 12.
9. Referencing is similar to the Harvard system. Include bibliographic information in the ¡¥References¡¦ only materials cited in the text. Avoid the use of footnotes and endnotes whenever possible.
10. Citation and reference guidelines:
Single author: Roth (1995) / (Roth, 1995)
Two authors: Snow and Herbiniak (1980) / (Snow & Herbiniak, 1980)
More than two authors: Taylor et al. (1996) / (Taylor et al., 1996)
With page numbers: Roth (1995: 201-202) / (Roth, 1995: 201-202)
Same year¡¦s papers: Harvey (1997a, 1997b) / (Harvey, 1997a, 1997b)
Multiple papers: (Pfeffer, 1994; Poole & Jenkins, 1996; Taylor et al., 1996)
Book: Chandler, A.P. (1990). Scale and Scope. Cambridge, MA: Belknap.
Multiple authors: Spencer, A.M. & Hazard, H.A. (1988). International Competitiveness. Cambridge, MA: Ballinger.
Article in edited volume: Murphy, L.R. (1988). Workplace interventions for stress reduction and prevention. In Cooper, C.L. & Payne, R. (eds.) Causes, Coping and Consequences of Stress at Work. Chichester: John Wiley.
Non-English language: Maekawa, K. (1993). Gendai Kigyo Kenkyu no Kiso (Basic Research on Modern Business Enterprises). Tokyo: Tokyo Keizai Shinposha.
Journal article: Tushman, M & Anderson, M. (1986). Technological discontinuities and organizational environments. Administrative Science Quarterly, 31, (3), 83-92.
Conference presentation: Gill, J. & Butler, R. (1997). Trust in the dynamics of joint venture partner selection and operation. Paper presented to the 12th LVMH Conference: Partnerships and Joint Ventures in Asia, February 7-8, Fontainebleau: INSEAD.
Thesis: Conrad, L. (1999). Control issues in the regulation of privatized industries: A case study of the gas industry. Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Essex.
Magazine article: Asiaweek (1999). Designs on the future. April 23, 56-58.
Newspaper: Joong-Ang Ilbo (Central Daily News) (1997). July 14.
11. A pdf offprint file and a complete copy of the relevant journal will be sent to the author about four weeks after publication.
12. Once accepted and published by EAJM, it is assumed that the author(s) agree to transfer copyright of the work to the Macau Foundation including full and exclusive rights to publication in all media. However, the author(s) retain the right to reprint their article, after publication in EAJM, in any work without the need of further permission in writing from the Macau Foundation.
13. Photocopies of articles published in EAJM are allowed for personal academic and classroom use.