Guidelines for Book Review

Guidelines for Book Reviews:
1. Reviews should not exceed the word length proposed by the Book Review Editor and, to enable quick publication, should be returned by the deadline. Reviews exceeding the word limit set will either be returned to the authors for shortening or, at the Editor’s discretion, may not be included for publication in EEC.

3. Please note that the publication of reviews submitted to EEC is at the Editor’s discretion. The Editor makes the final decision.

4. Book reviews submitted to EEC should be original pieces of work, not have been published before or considered for publication elsewhere in their final form in either printed or electronic form.

5. Book reviews should have titles.

6. The name/s of author/s of the book should be quoted at the top of the first page followed by the full title and subtitle of the book, the publisher, year of publication, number of pages and price (hardback/paperback) e.g. Smith,J. The New Social Research Handbook Oxford University Press 2004 332 pp.

7. Reviews should be set in double-line spacing.

8. The reviewer’s name and institution should be placed at the top of the first page.

9. Any references should be incorporated into the text of the review i.e. ‘The next step might be to look at age and region together (Jollife, 1996 Commonsense Statistics for Economists and Others)’.