1. Papers must be in English, written in a concise manner.
2. Submission of a paper implies that it contains original work that has not previously been published and that has not being submitted for publication elsewhere. Publication in a limited distribution "Proceedings", or in a working paper series, does not disqualify a paper.
3. Readers are free to use, reuse, and build upon the journal content but only for non-commercial purposes.
4. Authors are required to disclose papers published or under review in other journals that are based on similar methods or data. Please cite and explain how the current paper differs from these similar papers.
5. An author wishing to submit a paper to the RJM-CS should send it by email to rjm (AT) rjm-cs.ro. All correspondence, including notification of the Editor's decision and requests for revision, takes place electronically. An author must submit only one paper. Editorial Board will study a new paper of an author only after at least one year from the decision on the previous paper
6. The paper must not exceed 30 pages, including the references and annexes.
7. An abstract of maximum 10 lines is required. The abstract is one of the most important elements of your paper; many people will read only the abstract. Summarize the principal findings and how they were obtained; explain why the findings are important.
8. Keywords (at most five) are also required. There is no point repeating words that are in the title.
9. Also, Mathematics Subject Classification (MSC 2010) code is required.
10. The paper must be in PDF format, A4, top/bottom 5.35 cm left/right 3.75 cm Font Times New Roman 11. The first page of the manuscript should contain the following information: (i) the title; (ii) the name(s) and complete affiliation (s) [including e-mail address (es)] of the author(s); (iii) an abstract of not more than 100 words; (iv) a maxim of 5 keywords; (v) classification code according to the Mathematics Subject Classification (MSC) , as shown in our examples: DOC, TEX.
11. Quotations should be kept to a minimum. Authors must obtain written permission from the publisher to use a quotation that exceeds 250 words.
12. Figures should be high resolution with descriptive headings and may include colour figures.
13. Simplify the presentation of data. Round data to no more than three digits where possible. Organize tables and charts to aid understanding.
14. Authors should fully disclose their methods and data. The disclosure of data will be considered in the decision of whether to publish the paper.
15. References should include relevant sources, those which add further evidence or clarify the methodology.
At the end of the manuscript, the references should be listed alphabetically by surname of the first author.
Use the following format:
For articles: Albu, L. L. , "Trends in Structural Changes and Convergence in EU", Romanian Journal of Economic Forecasting, 9(1): 91-101, 2008
For books: Drazen A., "Political Economy in Macroeconomics", NJ: Princeton University Press, 2000
For collective works: Kahneman, D. and Tversky, A. "Intuitive prediction: Biases and corrective procedures". In: D. Kahneman et al. (Eds.), Judgment under uncertainty: Heuristics and biases, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp.414-421, 1982.
For web sites: WTO Data base, 2008. http://stat.wto.org/StatisticalProgram/WSDBStatProgramSeries.aspx?Language=E/ Accessed on May 2008.
Authors should ensure that there is a strict one-to-one correspondence between the authors' names (years) in the text and those in the reference list.
In general, only published references should be cited. If unpublished, indicate how copies may be obtained.
Please check all references against their original sources.
16. Papers that don't comply to this guide will not be consider for publication.