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ISSN 1869-778X

Frankfurt School Verlag

     
How to Submit  
   
All contributions (including supplementary material, if any) must be submitted in PDF format and by email to rmm(at)frankfurt-school.de.

Contributions should be in English. American spelling is preferred, but consistent British spelling is accepted. In exceptional cases, RMM publishes contributions in German. There is no submission fee. Submission of a contribution will be held to imply that it contains original unpublished work and is not being submitted for publication elsewhere. The editors are not responsible for damage or loss of contributions submitted.

To ensure fast turnover, all contributions are screened for suitability by the editors. After acceptance, the final version must be sent to RMM in one of the following file formats in order to allow for electronic formatting and language editing: LaTeX source file (TEX), MS Word (DOC or DOCX), OpenDocument Format (ODF), or Rich text Format (RTF). Additionally, a PDF file of the final version must be included. When submitting the final version, authors are kindly asked to comply with RMM’s Instructions to Authors.

The right to use and disseminate their contribution is retained by the authors. For the details, see the information on Copyright Issues below.

RMM accepts four kinds of contributions: research articles, invited papers on special topics, comments on published contributions to RMM, and book reviews. There are different requirements for submissions in these different categories. Please indicate the kind of contribution in the subject heading of your submission email, by writing "submission" followed by the kind of contribution to be submitted, e.g., "submission: research article".


 
Research Articles  
   
Papers in this category should be single-spaced with wide margins and should not exceed 25 pages.
The first page of the paper should contain the following information:
  1. title of the paper
  2. date of submission
  3. full address(es), including email-adress(es), of all authors.

In case of several authors, the corresponding author should be indicated.
The second page should contain the following information:
  1. title of the paper
  2. date of submission
  3. abstract (not exceeding 100 words)
  4. keywords (up to five).

In order to enable double-blind refereeing, the first page will be suppressed when the paper is sent to the referees. For the same reason, papers should as far as possible be written such that the author(s) cannot be identified from the text.

All suitable papers are reviewed by two referees.
 
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  Invited Articles On Special Topics  
     
  Papers in this category should be single-spaced with wide margins and should not exceed 25 pages.
The first page of the paper should contain the following information:
  1. title of the paper
  2. subtitle: Contribution to (special topic)
  3. date of submission
  4. full address(es), including email-adress(es), of all authors
  5. abstract (not exceeding 100 words)
  6. keywords (up to five).

In case of several authors, the corresponding author should be indicated. All suitable papers undergo a light and fast reviewing process, possible organized by the editor(s) of the special topic in question. Nevertheless, please use rmm(at)frankfurt-school.de for submission and resubmissions.
 
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  Comments  
     
  Papers in this category should be single-spaced with wide margins and should not exceed 15 pages.
The first page of the paper should contain the following information:
  1. title of the comment
  2. a subtitle: Comment on (list of RMM-papers commented on, in author-date format)
  3. date of submission
  4. full address(es) (including email-adress(es)) of all authors.

In case of several authors, the corresponding author should be indicated.
All suitable contributions undergo a light and fast reviewing process. The authors commented upon will be asked to provide a short evaluation of the comment within two weeks. These evaluations will be forwarded to the corresponding author. The editors may ask an outsider to the debate for a further report.
 
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  Book Reviews  
     
  If you are interested in reviewing a book, please contact the book review editor first.
Book reviews should be single-spaced with wide margins and should not exceed 5 pages. More extensive critical discussions of books should be submitted as a research article. The first page of the paper should contain the following information:
  1. title: Review of (book author(s), book title)
  2. date of submission
  3. full address(es), including email-adress(es), of all authors

In case of several authors, the corresponding author should be indicated.
Please use rmm(at)frankfurt-school.de for submission.
 
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  Copyright Issues  
     
  Authors grant RMM the right to publish the finally accepted text online for unlimited time.
RMM has the right to make necessary changes in the text, especially orthographical or grammatical changes or changes concerning factual correctness. Authors retain the right to use and disseminate their text as long as they include a reference to the primary publication in RMM.
 
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