(Full papers do not have to be sent before the CAREER-EU 2013, read text at the end of this section)

All papers must be at most TEN PAGES long including the references, the tables and the figures. Each page must be a single column A4 page. Margins on right-left must be 4 cm each and on top-bottom 5 cm each (the full text should have dimensions very close to 13X19 cm vertical with full justification). The language to be used is English.

The typeset must be TIMES NEW ROMAN. The title must be centred between the margins using TIMES 14-point type, CAPITALS, BOLD SINGLE SPACE. Leave one blank line and then type the author(s) name(s) using TIMES 12 pt, BOLD. Underline the name of the presenting author. Directly below type the affiliation, address and email for each author using TIMES 10 pt. Use asterisks (*, **, ***) to correspond the name to his/her address.

Leave four blank lines after the affiliation and address and type the word ABSTRACT using TIMES 12 pt, CAPITALS, BOLD, CENTRED. Leave one blank line and type the abstract using TIMES 11 pt, ITALICS, SINGLE SPACING (maximum ten lines). (An abstract in your own language may be included at the end of your paper or in another widely used European language).

Leave four blank lines after the abstract and begin to type the main text of your paper using TIMES 11 pt, SINGLE SPACING. For sub-titles of sections or paragraphs within your paper use TIMES 12 pt, CAPITALS, BOLD. The sub-titles and the text are separated by one blank line.

The list of references must be placed at the end of the text. Please use the following format:

Author name(s), Title of paper or book, Volume and pages or Publishing company, (year).

Please send a copy of your paper by email to career.eu@ucy.ac.cy by the 30 June 2013. The paper must be in MS WORD for Windows (PC Version) format. The EACG Management Board will approve all papers to be published in electronic proceedings. 

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