Check with your professor to find out which citation style is preferred for your research. Commonly used styles in economics include:
When citing your research:
Some databases can generate citations for users after they select a preferred citation style. If you are using one of these databases, be aware that they do not always produce correctly formatted citations. You will have to double-check the citations to make sure they are formatted properly.
If you need to quickly format a few items for your bibliography, these sites generate citations based on information users provide about their sources. Remember that the citations will only be as good as the information entered, so make sure to double-check your work.
Generates citations in the APA, MLA, Turabian, and Chicago styles. Create an account (registration is free) to download a list of citations as a Word document or save your bibliography.
Creates citations in the APA, MLA, Turabian, and Chicago styles. This site includes some source types that BibMe does not, including conference papers.
Purdue's Online Writing Lab provides a guide to using the APA and Chicago citation styles. It includes examples of citations as well as sample papers.
Chicago Manual of Style, 15th ed.
Reference Desk LB2369 .U6
Style manual developed by the University of Chicago Press
Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th ed.
Reference BF76.7 .P83 2010
Official manual for the APA citation style
Sample citations for less commonly used types of sources compiled by the American Economic Association for authors publishing in the Journal of Economic Literature; based on the Chicago citation format.