International Review for Social Sciences

Hints for Prospective Authors

The editors of KYKLOS prefer the following type of contributions:

Papers should deal succinctly with a topical economic and/or social issue of interest to general (economically educated) readers. Papers dealing with minor differences within economic theory are less welcome.

Papers should analyze a topic in an original way. (In the case of a trade-off between originality and rigor, the editors tend to favor the former.)

Papers going beyond the narrow boundaries of prevailing economics (inter-disciplinary approaches) are particularly welcome.

The theoretical propositions should be supported by econometric tests and historical or circumstantial evidence.

Both the institutional background and the empirical support should be relevant for a variety of countries. Papers dealing with specific issues for one particular country only are less desirable.

For informations about manuscript submission please refer to our guidelines.