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Lista de comprobación para la preparación de envíos

Como parte del proceso de envío, los autores/as están obligados a comprobar que su envío cumpla todos los elementos que se muestran a continuación. Se devolverán a los autores/as aquellos envíos que no cumplan estas directrices.
  • El envío no ha sido publicado previamente ni se ha sometido a consideración por ninguna otra revista (o se ha proporcionado una explicación al respecto en los Comentarios al editor/a).
  • El archivo de envío está en formato OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, RTF o WordPerfect.
  • Siempre que sea posible, se proporcionan direcciones URL para las referencias.
  • El texto tiene interlineado sencillo; 12 puntos de tamaño de fuente; se utiliza cursiva en lugar de subrayado (excepto en las direcciones URL); y todas las ilustraciones, figuras y tablas se encuentran colocadas en los lugares del texto apropiados, en vez de al final.
  • El texto se adhiere a los requisitos estilísticos y biliográficos resumidos en las Directrices del autor/a, que aparecen en Acerca de la revista.
  • Si se envía a una sección evaluada por pares de la revista, deben seguirse las instrucciones en Asegurar una evaluación anónima.

Directrices para autores/as

Here is a Microsoft Word  template that should help you with some of the basic formatting. Academic articles should use the APA system of referencing and be formatted according to the 6th edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. 'American' or 'English' spellings are acceptable, provided they are used consistently. For details, please visit http://www.uwsp.edu/psych/apa4b.htm

Articles must be written in a format compatible with Word (. doc or. docx whichever is applicable), in letter size, clearly highlighting order of chapters and sections of the article.

  1. Title (Should summarize the main idea of the Current Opinion in 10-12 word.
  2. Author: (Name and surname. Do not use initials). Contrarily to other kind of collaborative publications, a Current Opinion allows a solely responsible authorship.
  3. Institutional Affiliation (department and name of institution, full postal address (address, city, country, zip code, phone number and email)
  4. Abstract: (Max 120 Words). The manuscripts in Spanish must include additionally title, summary and keywords in English.
  5. Keywords: approximately 10 words or phrases (lowercase and separated by semicolon [;])
  6. Content: CUOCIENT is an original short paper (min 1000 +/- max 3500 words) to help the reader by providing in a systematic manner:
    • The views of experts on current advances and trends in creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship in a clear and readable form.
    • Evaluations of the most interesting papers, annotated by experts, from original publications with great academic and practical value.
  7. References: In CUOCIENT a list of not more than 10 references should be included. CUOCIENT uses a modified version of the APA citation style that considers the next points:

- Authors' surname(s) and date(s) only are given in brackets, for example ‘Coase (1937) has entered into consonance with …’ or ‘Jiménez and Bas (1995) found that …’ or ‘a study of economic change (Muller and Diez de Medina, 1982) has shown that …’. This type of reference citation in text only allows the mention of 3 authors. When this number is higher, the remaining authors will be replaced with the abbreviation et al., for example, ‘and for cancer therapy (Jiménez, et. al., 1997).’ instead of ‘(Jiménez, T., Lopes, C., Lima, R., França, F. P., 1997). Moreover, to separate two authors prefer the word 'and' and not the symbol '&'.

- To cite the reference list you should use the following styles:

  • - Articles:

SURNAME, Name Initial (date). Title of the Article. Journal or Magazine, Volume Number(Issue Number), pages.

E.g.  PANDEY, S., Sharma, R.R.K. (2009). Organizational factors for exploration and exploitation. Journal of Technology Management and Innovation, 4(1), 48-58.

BELL, G. (2005). Clusters, networks and firm innovativeness. Strategic Management Journal, 26(3), 287-295.

  • - Web Articles:

SURNAME, Name Initial (date). Title of the Article. Website Name, url [Access date]

E.g. AROCENA, R., Sutz, J. (2000). Interactive learning spaces and development problems. Druid Working Paperhttp://www.druid.dk/wp/pdf_files/00-13.pdf [Accessed February 26, 2009].

  • - Books:

SURNAME, Name Initial (date). Title. Publisher, City.

E.g. MARSHALL, A. (1890). Principles of Economics. Mac Millan, London.

  • - Book Article or Chapter:

SURNAME, Name Initial (date). Title or the Article or Chapter. In: Surname, Name Initial (date) Title. Publisher, City. Pages. [pp.]

FRANÇOIS, J.P. Goux, D. Guellec, D. Kabla, I. Temple, P. (1999). Décrire les compétences pour l’innovation. Une proposition d’enquète. In: Foray, D. Mairesse, J. (Eds.),Innovations et Performances: Approches Interdisciplinaires. Ed. EHESS, Paris. pp. 283-305.

  • Figures y tables:

-          Tables and figures should be inserted in its original position in the text accompanying their respective caption.

-          If tables or figures were designed using Office 2007 or higher, the files have to be saved using the .docx extension. In any case should be inserted figures created with earlier versions.

-          Figures and tables should not exceed the standard maximum width of the page. If this is not possible, figures should be inserted in a horizontal page or in a separate file to allow for their adaptation to the final format.  In the latter case, add a supplementary file along with the article.

-          For creating graphics, please do not mix figures and tables. It should use the options offered by Word.

-          For images or photographs inserted in the text, we recommend a higher resolution than 150 dpi for better viewing.

  • Author and Brief background (Max 80 Words)

Current Opinion

A current opinion is an original short paper (1000 +/- 3500 words) to help the reader by providing in a systematic manner:

  1. The views of experts on current advances and trends in creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship in a clear and readable form.
  2. Evaluations of the most interesting papers, annotated by experts, from original publications with great academic and practical value.

Contrarily to other kind of collaborative publications, a current opinion allows a solely responsible authorship.

Short Reports

These are short, high-impact papers. Reports must not exceed 3,000 words, including figure legends but not references, and can contain up to four display items (figures or tables). The style of a Short Report follows that of a Research Article in JOTMI, the only difference being that Results and Discussion sections are combined into a single section.

Declaración de privacidad

Los nombres y las direcciones de correo electrónico introducidos en esta revista se usarán exclusivamente para los fines establecidos en ella y no se proporcionarán a terceros o para su uso con otros fines.