Guideline and Templates

 

Preparation of Papers

  • Organization of the paper and style of presentation

Papers must be written in English, with Arial 11 point font and double spacing, and not more than 5,000 words.

Papers should be organized in the following order:

      • Title Page
      • Contents page
      • Introduction
      • Body of text (divided by subheadings)
      • Conclusion
      • References
  • Tables/Graphs

Each table/graph should have a clear title with the indicators covered, a legend including the units of measurement.

  • References

For citations in the text, numbers between square brackets should be used. References should be listed alphabetically in the following style:

      • [1] Brown, Janet Walsh, Pamela Chasek, and David L. Downie (2006). Global Environmental Politics, 4th ed., Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press.
      • [2] Garret, Laurie (2007). The challenge of global health. Foreign Affairs, vol.86, No. 1 (January/February), p.15.
      • [3] United Kingdom, Department for Education and Skills (2007). Care Matters: Time for Change. London: The Stationery Office. Available from www.official-documents.gov.uk.

Special note

Abstracts, papers and presentations will not be proof-read. It is assumed that authors whose papers have been accepted in the Asia-Pacific Economic Statistics Week agree for their abstracts, papers and presentations to be publicly available on the conference website. Any concerns should be addressed to stat.unescap@un.org

Downloadable Guidelines and Templates

Template Guideline
Abstract template_abstract.docx see Call for paper
Paper template_paper.docx guideline_for_paper.docx
Presentation