Chicago Style & Citation

These are citation or reference styles frequently used at Nova SBE. *If you are compiling your references make sure to use citation sofware (below) that can help you to manage, organize, and add in-text citations and bibliographies in a variety of citation styles.

American Economics Review (AER) Guidelines and style examples

(AER) uses the Chicago Author-Date style for all common types of publications. (See examples below) The library owns the 16th ed. of the Chicago Manual of Style: call number A29-007(16a).

  • Books

One author

Kotler, Philip. 2009. Kotler on Marketing. New York: The Free Press.

(Kotler 2009, 99–100)

Two or more authors

Provost, Foster, and Tom Fawcett. 2013. Data Science for Business: What You Need to Know about Data Mining and Data-Analytic Thinking. Sebastapol: O’Reilley Media, Inc.

(Provost and Fawcett 2013, 52)

  • Chapter or other part of a book

Tortajada, Cecilia. 2014. “Water Resources: An Evolving Landscape.” In International Development: Ideas, Experience, & Prospects, edited by Bruce Currie-Alder, Ravi Kanbur, David M. Malone, and Rohinton Medhora, 67–83. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

(Tortajada 2015, 67)

  • Journal article

Denis, David J., and Igor Osobov. 2008. “Why Do Firms Pay Dividends? International Evidence on the Determinants of Dividend Policy.” Journal of Financial Economics 89 (1): 62–82. doi:10.1016/j.jfineco.2007.06.006.

(Denis and Osobov 2008, 65)

  • Website

European Commission. 2016. “Fighting Tax Evasion: The European Union and the Principality of Monaco Initial New Tax Transparency Agreement.” Accessed March 30.

(European Commission 2016)

  • Commercial Database

Euromonitor International. 2015. “Internet Retailing in Portugal: March 2015.” Retrieved from Passport database

(Euromonitor International 2015)