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The first page of your manuscript should contain the title of the article, the names and affiliations of all authors, any notes or acknowledgments, as well as, the complete mailing addresses of all authors. The second page should contain no author information as well as an abstract of no more than 150 words and 5 to 7 keywords.

Manuscripts should be written in clear, concise, grammatically correct English (with 12 font size and Times New Roman font style). We are an interdisciplinary journal, and the writing must be intelligible to the professional reader who is not a specialist in any particular field. Manuscripts that do not conform to these requirements and the following manuscript format may be returned to the author prior to review for correction.

Papers should be between 8,000 and 11,000 words in length. The entire manuscript should be double spaced. The manuscript should be presented in the following order.

Please use parenthetical citations in the “(Author Year: Page)” format, e.g. … a spontaneous (social) order is the result of purposeful human action (Hayek 1973: 37). Or, if author is in the body of the text use “Author (Year: Page).” e.g. “By ‘order,’” Hayek (1973: 36) explains, he means to describe “a state of affairs …”

Please place any acknowledgments after the body and before the endnotes and references.

Please use endnotes for references with greater detail than the author, year, and page number.

Please include a separate section with alphabetical references using the following formats:

D Bolland, O. Nigell. 1995. On The March: Labour Rebellions in the British Caribbean, 1934-1939. Kingston: Ian Randle Publishers.

Caldwell, Bruce J. 2000. “The Emergence of Hayek’s Ideas on Cultural Evolution,” Review of Austrian Economics 13: 5-22.

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