- After the publication of the manuscript, (1) Journal is sent to the author, copyright fee is not paid also.
- The principles to be observed in the submitted documents are as follows;
- Language and expression must be appropriate, clear and comprehensible to scientific standards.
- The work should be based on a well-defined problem and the headings should be related to this problematic.
The resources used should be competent to reflect the scope of the study.
- The authors of the manuscripts sent to the VAN YYÜ ÝÝBF Journal and the names of the reviewers who evaluate these manuscripts are mutually confidential. The Editorial Board sends at least two referees after preliminary evaluation of the articles received. The Editorial Board can increase the number of referees when necessary. The referees notify the Editorial Board of their written opinions by paying due attention to the matters specified in the evaluation forms. The results of referee reports, i.e., publication, publication after correction and rejection are transmitted to the author(s). After the author (s) have performed the correction within (15) days, the article is sent to the referee(s) again by the Editorial Board. The Editorial Board is authorized to make the final evaluation on all the articles that come to the publishing stage. The writer is informed about his writings’ publication status and requested to submit a Copyright Form to the Journal Editor. Otherwise the related article cannot be published.
II. Writing Rules
1. Manuscripts should be written in MS Word program with Times New Roman character and 12 point font with one and a half line spacing and the length of the manuscripts should not exceed 10,000 words, excluding bibliography. Page structure; Upper 3.5 cm, Lower 3.5 cm, Right 2.5 cm, Left 2.5 cm, Volume 0. The title of the article should be 12 pt, Bold, Single Line Spacing and Centered. The name of the author / authors should be written on the right side of the article heading, one line below, with 10 Punto.2. On the first page of the article, after the name of the author/ authors (with ORCID), Turkish / English abstracts should include title in 10 pt bold and text in 10 pt. Keywords / Anahtar Kelimeler should be 10 pt, normal and left aligned and maximum 5 in number. Abstracts must not exceed 150 words. Main headings in the text should be written with capital letters and bold, Subheadings should be written with small letters and starting from the left margin.3. Tables and figures in the text should be given titles and numbers, titles should be placed on tables, figures and graphics, references should be written under tables, figures and graphics. Decimal fractions should be separated by dots. The sequence number to be given to the equations should be placed to the right of the page in parentheses. If the derivation of the equations is not explicitly shown in the text, the derivation must be given on a separate page with all its steps to be evaluated by the referees.III. Citations, Footnotes and References1. Citations should be given in text, not footnotes. A separate references section should be included on the last page of the article. The sequence of the in-text referencing in the parentheses should be: surname of the author / authors, year of the source, page numbers. The different situations that can be encountered can be exemplified as follows:…………..expressed (Yurtoðlu, 2002: 10-15).………….Khanna ve Palepu (2000a: 15-20) suggest.
(La Porta vd., 1982) (If there is more than one author).
(Elin ve Agli, 2002; Kleber, 2004)2. All sources referred to in the text must be specified in the references; Outgoing sources should not be placed on the references. The references must be written in alphabetical order on a separate page (at the end).The page numbers of articles in journals and compilations must be clearly indicated. Internet resources should indicate the date of access. At the references, the following sampled formulas must be observed:BOOKSGÖNENÇ, Halit and KARADAÐLI, Ece C. (2005), Türk Sermaye Piyasasýnda Kurumsal Çeþitlendirme ve Firma Performansý, SPK Publications, Ankara.JOURNALSBAYKAL, Bekir Sýtký (1944), “Lord Salisbury’nin Osmanlý Ýmparatorluðunu Taksim Planý”, The Journal of The AÜDTCF, Volume 2, Issue 5, p. 773-782.
KARASU, Koray (2010), “Bakanlar Kurulunun Örgütlenmesi”, Yönetim Üzerine, (Preparing to publication: Ýpek Özkal Sayan), AÜSBF, KAYAUM, Ankara, 227–258.
IV. Contact Details
Prof. Dr. Reha Saydan (Dean)
Van Yüzüncü Yýl University ÝÝBF / VAN, TURKEY
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