|Content||The Journal seeks submissions of academic papers in Chinese or English on theoretical issues, empirical data, or applications related to futures, options, and derivative products, including relevant laws, regulations, and regulatory structures. Submissions should be in Chinese or English, printed on A4 paper with text running left to right, and be arranged in the following sequence: cover (including title, author, institution, Chinese and English abstracts, and key words); text; notes; charts, tables and illustrations; appendices; and references.|
We encourage the use of straightforward titles in Chinese and English that clearly state the subject matter discussed.
For example: Microstructures of Futures Markets
|Author||The journal offers editorial double-blind review, which means that author identities would be concealed from the reviewers. To facilitate this, authors need to ensure that manuscripts are prepared that does not give away their identity in the electronic file (EX: PDF、WORD…). The author will provide name and service organization info, including Chinese & English, after reviewers pass and agree to publish the article, however, authors correct and complete at Taifex ” Online Submission System” are required.|
|Abstract||Include simple abstract of approximately 300 words in Chinese and English.|
Please include three to five key words in Chinese and English after the abstract.
Please use the sequence [I;1;1.1;1.1.1] for chapters and sections. Headings should be in boldface type. Each heading and subheading should be followed by a blank line. The first line of each paragraph should have an indent of two Chinese (or fullwidth) characters.
Example of section numbering in English:
|Charts, illustrations, and tables||Titles of charts and illustrations should be located immediately below their referent and centered. Titles of tables should be located immediately above their referent and centered.
Charts, tables, and illustrations should be numbered with Arabic numerals, e.g. Illustration 1, Table 1. Illustrations should be no wider than the body text. The width of charts and tables should be set in accordance with the aligned body text.
|Notes and citations||
Footnotes should be placed at the bottom of the page. The number of the footnote should appear as a superscript immediately to the right of the body text to which the note refers (do not use brackets), either before or after any punctuation marks. If the text contains a reference, please use the following parenthetical reference formats: (author, date)/author (date).
Legal manuscripts have their own citation format:
|Conclusion||In the Conclusion, please add a paragraph to explain the research or empirical results (experimental observations) of this article which would make contribution, relevance, and reference value to the futures market development in the future.|
All manuscripts, whether financial or legal in subject matter, should list their references in the References section that follows the body text, with Chinese-language references appearing first, followed by English-language references. References should not be numbered. Chinese-language references should be ordered by the number of strokes in the surname of the first author; English materials should be ordered alphabetically by the surname of the first author. All documents cited in the body text, and only those documents, should be listed in the References. Please use the Gregorian calendar for reference material dates and place those dates in parentheses following the name(s) of the author(s).
Journal Articles: Brorsen, B. Wade(1989),”Liquidity costs and scalping
Digital and other reference materials should also formatted in accordance with the principles above.