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ARTICLE ENTRIES

From economic history to domestic public policy, international finance to international relations, Adam Smith to John Locke, we encourage you to write about what you feel passionately for. Apart from lying in the sphere of economics or politics, there are no hard and fast rules for the content of your article. Whatever you-re interested in - just start writing!

 

Though it’s common for economists to write data driven articles, those aren’t the requirements for the Tribune. It’s not necessary for your piece to have numerous graphs and statistical analysis to be published by us.

From the 42 open tabs on chrome to the 500 word paragraphs, it is easy to get swept by the heavy stream of ideas while writing your piece. While we appreciate the effort, do remember that your submission must not exceed the word limit of 1000 words.

 

Further, appropriate citations and referencing is extremely important to avoid any plagiarism. We prefer that you add citations to the sourced sections of your article using Harvard style referencing.

 

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Did one of our correspondents miss a crucial argument in their latest piece? Or, has an article got you thinking about an interesting yet tangential issue? Our editorial team is open to any ‘Letters to the editor’ in response to articles published by them. We encourage you to write them and keep the fire of debate burning on our website. While we hate to limit the length of these letters, we would advise you to keep them around 500 words in order to give us adequate space to reply.

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DON'T HESITATE!

We would also like to stress that The Tribune is open to submissions from all individuals. It doesn’t matter if this is your first time writing an article or if you’ve been published before, you are a high-school student or finishing university. While your article will be judged based on quality, don’t be too harsh on yourself and hesitate to press send just because you think it won’t be good enough.

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SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

  • Send any questions you may have to economictribune@economistssociety.org

  • Any university or high school student around the world can send us their work!

  • Add a title for the article

  • Everything must be in the format of a MS Word Document 

  • Pictures are allowed, just make sure you cite your source and include a caption to explain its relevance

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NOTE: There is no specific deadline for the submissions! We believe that this blog would provide all economic and political thinkers to promote dialogue in such subjects in this ever changing world. We will be accepting the articles throughout the year and will review them on a fortnightly basis.

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