In order to figure out styles for journals in economics, go to the Web and search for the "exact title" in quotation marks minus initial a, an, or the. Then locate the "Instructions for Authors" section for precise directions.
Find out about constructing the MLA list of Works Cited and more on the MLA Citation Page.
The Chicago Manual of Style has a free Citation Quick Guide for students (Turabian). To use Chicago-style footnotes with Microsoft Word, take a look at this video. A good citation manager will help you automate parts of this process.
For Harvard style, follow their Citation Guide.
Additional style guides may be found on Writing and Citation Formatting (Electronic Reference Sources) by Stephanie Bartz (Alexander Library).
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