CORE publishes a Discussion Papers series. Articles submitted to the series undergo an internal refereeing process. (How to submit
How to submit a CORE Discussion Paper
CORE publishes a Discussion Paper series to which you are invited to submit papers written during your stay at CORE. Articles undergo an internal refereeing process under the responsibility of the Research Director. Papers are submitted via Francisco Santana Ferra. You are welcome to suggest the name of a referee. The refereeing process is mostly informal and hopefully consists in an open discussion between the author and the referee. Final decisions are made by the Research Director on recommendation of the referee. PDF FILES MUST INCLUDE ALL FONTS AND SHOULD NOT REQUIRE SUPPLEMENTAL FILES FOR THE FIGURES.
If you wish to be present on the Web with your discussion paper you have to follow the procedure described below:
- Your paper must be prepared in the style of a CORE DP;
- This style requires a page containing the title, order number, abstract, keywords, classification, acknowledgements;
- You have to start your paper on the second page;
- There are no rules for the rest of the paper.
a) When your paper is ready, submit it for review with a suggested referee name via .
b) After acceptation of your paper as a CORE DP, and only when the final version is ready, ask the secretary of your field to give you the CORE DP number of the paper.
c) When your "final+DP number" version is ready, you should provide to the secretary of your field an electronic version of it, by email to her (pdf version), and original text file (including all related files: figures, macros...)
Golden rules for a good scientific signature of your publications:
- correct affiliation for CORE member:
Université catholique de Louvain, CORE, B-1348 Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium.
- correct affiliation for non-UCL but CORE member and who have several affiliations:
University1, Department1, B-xxx, Town, Belgium; University2, Department 2, F-xxx, Town, France; etc...
Note that the comma is used as separator with the various fields of the signature
and that the semicolon is used as separator between the various affiliations.
Before or even after you leave CORE, let us know whether your papers will be or have been submitted to a journal and which one. If accepted, remember to send the purchase order form for reprints so that your article can be included in our reprint series, our policy being to accept in this series all papers written by members or visitors during their stay at CORE.