CALL FOR PAPER

The Editorial Committee for Review of Asian and Pacific Studies welcomes all the articles that address the issues of politics, economy, society, culture, history, technology transfer, and environmental problems in the Asia-Pacific region. Manuscripts should be written either in English or in Japanese, and under no circumstances longer than 10000 words in English and 24000 characters in Japanese, including all notes, tables, figures and references. An abstract of up to 300 words (written in English) must precede the main text. Manuscripts should be typed on one side of the paper with generous margin and should be double-spaced throughout. The preferred word processing package for producing manuscripts is Microsoft Word.
Prospective authors should submit their manuscripts by e-mail (caps@jim.seikei.ac.jp) and also a printed copy of the manuscript to the Editorial Committee (for the address, see above). All manuscripts are sent to independent referees; contributors should allow time for the process of refereeing to take place.
The guideline of style for manuscripts is given below.

I.HEADING

1.Title Heading:

Title of the paper, Author's name(s), Affiliation, and e-mail address on separate lines.
e.g.)

Stock Variations and Capital Ratios of 21 Major Japanese Banks
Chikara Komura
Faculty of Economics, Seikei University
E-mail: komura@econ.seikei.ac.jp
and
Soon Jin Kwon
Faculty of Economics, Hagi International University
E-mail: sj-kwon@tokyo.email.ne.jp

2.Each chapter:

Each chapter should be given a number,I,II,III,・
The introductory part should be I. Introduction. Use subheadings as follows.

  • * First subheading : 1, 2, 3, 4,・/li>
  • * Second subheading : (1), (2), (3), (4),・/li>
  • * Third subheading : a, b, c, d,・/li>

II.FOOTNOTES AND REFERENCES

All items cited in the body text and footnotes should be listed in References.
Citations should take the form: Author's surname Name (Year, Page number if necessary).
Footnotes should not be used except when unavoidable.
e.g.)...

Nash (1950) shows General Equilibrium Theory.

Or...

had been shown as General Equilibrium Theory (Nash, 1950).

1.Footnotes
  • * Notes on author's identification and acknowledgements should be placed as the first footnote without any footnote mark.
  • * Notes should be consecutively numbered 1, 2, 3, ・throughout the article.
2.References

Basic form of references is as follows:

AUTHOR. YEAR. TITLE. PLACE OF PUBLICATION: PUBLISHER.

For details applicable to particular types of materials, see (3)-(4)
A succession of works by the same author is treated as follows:
The name is given for the first entry and an eight-space for subsequent references.

The order is by year of publication.

e.g.)...
Eliot, T. S. 1920. The Sacred Wood. London: Methuen.
________. 1922. The Waste Land. New York: Harcourt.

Items published in the same year are distinguished by adding letters a, b, c, ・after the year of publication.

e.g.)...
Eliot, T. S. 1920a. The Sacred Wood. London: Methuen.
________. 1920b. The Waste Land. New York: Harcourt.

Edited works follow written works.
Co-authored works follow edited works.

♦Books: Author(s). Year of publication. Title. Place of publication: Publisher.

Single author: surname, given name(s).

e.g.)...
Basu, Karen. 1984. The Less Developed Economy. London: Basil Blackwell.

Items published in the same year are distinguished by
adding letters a, b, c, ・after the year of publication.

e.g.)...
Lyon, Mary, Bryce Lyon, and Henry S. Lucas. 1983.
The Wardrobe Book of William de Norwell. Brussels:
Commission Royaled'Histoire de Belgique.
♦Edited work: author, ed.
e.g.)...
von Hallberg, Robert, ed. 1989. Canons. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
♦Monographs, Articles: Author(s). Year.
e.g.)...
"Title.・and as follows:
♦Monograph in a journal: Journal Name, Volume, Number: Page.
e.g.)...
Scott, J. 1991. "Politics in ・・Political Review, Vol.6, No.1: 26-38.
♦Monograph in a book: In Editor's Name, ed. Book Title. Place of publication: Publisher: Page.
e.g.)...
Patel, S. 1997."Nest of Vipers.・In V. Singh, ed. Renewal in Indian Politics. Bangalore: Karnataka Academic Press: 389-416.
♦Thesis: Institution.
e.g.)...
Kim, S. Jin. 1996. "Power ・n Product.・Master Thesis, Seoul University.
♦Article in newspaper or magazine: Newspaper/Magazine title, Volume or Month-Date
e.g.)...
Kim, S. Jin. 1996. "Power ・n Product.・Master Thesis, Seoul University.
♦If the author is unknown;
e.g.)...
The Daily Yomiuri. 1998. "If the Market Balloon Bursts, U.S. Economy May Bubble on.・April 30.

III.EQUATIONS AND FORMULAS

When equations or formulas are included in the paper, variables should be in italic. If the variable is mentioned in the body text or in tables, it should also be in italic.
e.g.)...

u2(t) = c1u1(t) + e2(t)

IV.FIGURES AND TABLES

Figures and tables should be consecutively numbered, and the number given at the top of a table and the bottom of a figure. The unit must be specified, as must the source (if the figure or the table is your own, state this). Use N/A for unknown data.
e.g.)...

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