The NEHU Journal
Indexed in the Guide to Indian Periodical Literature
GUIDELINES FOR AUTHORS AND REFERENCE STYLE SHEET
- The NEHU Journal solicits original pieces of research in the form of articles and book reviews. The word limit for research articles and book reviews would be 5000 words and 1500 words respectively.
- All contributions for consideration of publication should be typed in MS Word format and sent to the editor as file attachment.
- All papers sent for publication as journal articles should have Title (14 point), followed by Author/s name (12 points in italics) and Abstract of less than 150 words (12 points in italics), followed by five keywords.
- The main paper should have Introduction, sub-sections and Conclusion at the end, followed by End Notes and References.
- All non-English words should be italicised. Spelling should be British. Quotations should be reduced to a minimum and where used should be put under single inverted commas or indented. Quotations of more than 50 words from published or copyright sources should have the permission of the author / publisher enclosed with the manuscript.
- The authors are requested to use minimum number of tables and graphics. All graphics and tables should be in MS Power Point format.
- The journal being inter-disciplinary in nature, for End Notes the authors can use appropriate format used in their disciplines using Arabic Numerals: 1,2, 3….. The details of sources cited in End Notes should find place in References.
- All authors are requested to follow the new Reference Style Sheet given below.
- The Journal Style Sheet
Hulme, D. and Mosley, P. 1996. Finance against Poverty. Routledge, London:
- Chapter in a book
Heckman, J., Lalonde, R. and Smith, J. 1999. ‘The Economics and Econometrics of Active Labour Market Programs’, in A. Ashenfelter and D. Card (ed.), Handbook of Labour Economics, Blackwell, Amsterdam: 23-50.
- Journal Article
Mayoux, L. 1999. ‘Questioning Virtuous Spirals: Microfinance and Women’s Empowerment in Africa’, Journal of International Development, 11(7): 957-984.
McCaffrey, D.F., Ridgeway , G. and Morral, A.R. 2004. ‘Propensity Score Estimation with Booted Regression for Evaluating Causal Effects in Observational Studies’, Psychological Methods, 9(4): 403-425.
- Working Papers / Discussion Papers
Krishna, A. 2003. ‘Social Capital, Community Driven Development and
Empowerment: A Short Note on Concepts and Operations’, Working Paper
No. 33077, World Bank: 34.
- Government and Institutional Documents
B L Center for Development Research and Action (BLCDRA). 2005. Micro
finance and Empowerment of Scheduled Caste Women: An Impact Study of
Self-help Groups in Uttar Pradesh and Uttaranchal. Government of India,
New Delhi: 56.
- Conference and Seminar Papers
Scandizzo, P., Gaiha, R. and Imai, K. 2005. ‘Option Values, Switches and
Wages - An Analysis of the Employment Guarantee Scheme in India’, presented at the Conference on Social Protection for Chronic Poverty Risk,
Needs, and Rights: Protecting What? How?, organized by IDPM, University
of Manchester, 23-24 February 2005.
- Online sources
Islam, A. 2009. ‘Medium and Long-term Participation in Microfinance: An Evaluation Using a Large Panel Dataset from Bangladesh’. Department of Economics, Monash University, Australia:12. https://editorialexpress.com/ cgi-in/conference/download.cgi?db, accessed on 12/12/2012
- For Book Reviews
All book reviews should begin with the basic details as given below:
M.O. Grenby, Children’s Literature (Edinburgh Critical Guides to Literature), Edinburgh University Press, 2014. Pp. 264. ISBN 978 0 7486 4902 0, Price Rs. 1,840.79.
At the end of the book review, write the reviewer’s details:
Department of English,
The responsibility for the facts stated and opinions expressed is wholly that of the contributors and the Editor and the North-Eastern Hill University Publications accept no responsibility for them.