Guide for Authors

Guide to writing and accepting articles

Iranian Journal of Applied Economic Studies


Dear authors of articles, try to prepare the accepted articles for publication quickly, according to the points raised, while getting acquainted with the tools that can be used in Word software.

1- General and appearance characteristics of the article This article explains how to prepare scientific and research articles. This method is based on some of the features available in Word software. An important point to note when preparing a ready-to-print version is that the methods required for all parts of the article are defined in this style sheet, and authors can use them to quickly file their article in the desired manner. To match. This is done using Copy tools Past and Format Painter can be done easily in this software. The page size should be A4 and the top, bottom, left and right sides of the page should be 2.5 cm. Maximum number of pages of the article is 20 pages. The authors' address, including the workplace and e-mail, is written in the subtitle of the first page. English details of the authors of the article can be inserted under their names and before the English abstract. For the Latin font, always use Times New Roman 11.5, the size of which will always be (except for the title and abstract) one unit less than the size of the Persian font in each situation used. The whole text of the article should be with B Mitra 13 font and with a line spacing of 1.2 cm (Line Spacing | Multiple 1.2).

2- Content of the article Each article should include the following main sections: Abstract, Keywords, Introduction, Text (Subject Literature and Research Background, Theoretical Foundations, Analysis), Conclusion, References and English Abstract. Other sections, including acknowledgments, symbols, and other appendices, are all placed at the end of the article after the conclusion and before the sources.

2-1- Abstract Abstract in a maximum of 300 words to explicitly state the subject and results of the research; That is, to state what has been done, how and for what purpose, and what result (or results) has been reached. No details, tables, figures or formulas should be included in the abstract.

2-2- Keywords A maximum of six words or combinations of two to four words that categorize the main, sub-topics and other topics related to the article should be selected as keywords.

2-3- Introduction Features In the introduction, after stating the generalities of the subject under discussion, first a summary of the history of the subject and the work done along with its characteristics is given. In the following, the attempt to explain the work, to eliminate the existing shortcomings, to untie the knots or to move towards new findings is described in one or two paragraphs. At the end of the introduction, the organization of the article is stated.

2-4- Text properties The main content is included in this section, which should include the definition of required concepts, problem solving and solution provided. The figures, tables, and mathematical relations used in the text must all be relevant to the text, used in the text, and explained. In writing the text, try to deal only with the main subject of the article so that the reader's mind is protected from deviating from the series of contents. All sentences should be reviewed at least once to ensure their completeness and accuracy in terms of Persian grammar. Make sure that the sentences of a hierarchical paragraph are related to each other and follow the same theme.

2-5- Characteristics of the result In this section, the important points in the work done are briefly reviewed and the results derived from it are explained. The scientific contribution of the article (Contribution) should be specified in the result section. Do not include the same abstract in this section. The conclusion section can point to the applications of the research done, introduce new ambiguities that can be researched, or suggest extending the topic of discussion to other areas.

3- Written rules The eloquence and accessibility of the text depends on simplification. It is better to try to use expressive, clear and as short sentences as possible. Separating the various parts of the text using paragraphing also helps a lot in mental and ease of comprehension. Long paragraphs () are as boring as long sentences, confusing the reader. A paragraph cannot contain more than 5 to 7 lines. Avoid as much as possible the words "is", "became", "has been" and the like, which are obligatory, mispronounced or non-eloquent. Fluent and simple words like "is" and "became" can often convey concepts easily.

The use of difficult and unusual words, if they do not have a clear justification, will complicate and create difficulties in the reader's understanding. As much as possible, try to use Persian equivalents for non-Persian words, especially in cases where the Persian equivalent is a term and a concept. For example, there is no justification for using the combination "therefore" instead of "therefore" or "therefore". Also, the phrase "in the direction" can not be a good substitute for a psychological word like "for". The same pattern applies to technical vocabulary as much as possible. In such cases, if there is a possibility that the reader is unfamiliar with the Persian equivalent or the non-Persian term is more common, it is necessary in the first use of the Persian word of non-Persian origin as a footnote or if the number of cases is small, inside the crescent (Parentheses) and vice versa That word be brought. If English words have to be included in the sentence lab, there must be a sufficient distance between them and Persian words. If Abbreviation is used in the article, it is necessary to write a summary summary in the first use. Definition, if abbreviated in the abstract