Articles can be submitted in English or German.
All articles are prefaced by an English abstract (app. 150 words) and 3-5 keywords. Articles written in German should have German keywords..
(author year, page), e.g. (Miller 2005) or (Miller 2005, 123)
Miller, F. (1999) Risk and Order. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Miller, F. (2003) Risk and Order. In: Economy and Society 30(3): 25-46.
Miller, F. (2000) Risk and Order. In: Fox, P. (ed.) Contested Orders. London: Routledge.
Miller, F. Risk and Order. http://economy_and_society.edu/riskorder/txt (09/04/08) (that is: day/month/year)
Footnotes are placed at the end of a page. They should not be used for bibliographic information (see 3.1.) but for further explanations.
The main title of the article can have a subtitle. The text is structured by subheadings, which are not numbered and have the same font size.
Articles written in German must have both English and German titles.
A statement of two or three lines (institution, position, main research) and an email address should be typed at the end of the article. German writing authors are asked to submit their statement in English.