Optimum. Studia ekonomiczne



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LOCAL SPATIAL MANAGEMENT AS AN ELEMENT OF MUNICIPAL MANAGEMENT


Summary (Garamond, bold, size 9)
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1. Introduction (Garamond, bold, size 11)
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2. Chapter title (Garamond, bold, size 11)
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The footnotes should have the following format: [Author’s name, year, page number] or [Title, year, page number]. In the case of electronic documents: [Electronic document, access mode: http://full.adress.pl/, Retrieved: (date) (obligatory!)].

Figures, graphs, charts, tables: requirements

all figures, graphs and charts should be electronic and designed in greyscale;

graphs created in Excel should be editable (Paste Special>Excel Chart Object) and enclosed to the article as Excel files; graphs which are scanned or copied from a PDF file should be legible in greyscale.

in the case of very complex charts, please also enclose a PDF version of your paper, in which the figures are clear and readable;

maximum width of figures and tables: 12.4 cm; maximum height of figures: 16 cm; large tables can cover several pages; figures and tables can be aligned horizontally, provided they do not exceed the maximum size;

tables should be provided in an editable format (not as charts or scans – the editors can request a reformatting of such tables); please avoid shading of tables and use bolding instead;

font size in tables: 8-10 pt.

See the examples below:



CHART 1.

Chart title

Content

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Source: author’s own work or [Kowalski, Nowak 2011 p. 14].


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TabLE 1.

Table title

Heading 1

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Up to 1 month

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1 – 2 months

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2 – 6 months

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6 – 12 months

68

Over 12 months

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Source: author’s own work or [Kowalski, Nowak 2011 p. 14].

5. Conclusions
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References
Monographs should be cited as follows: author’s name and initial(s), year of publication, title (italicised), publisher, place of publication.

Journal papers should be cited as follows: author’s name and initial(s), year of publication, title (italicised), ‘Title of Journal’, issue, DOI (if available for this publication).

Chapters of collective volumes should be cited as follows: author’s name and initial(s), year of publication, title (italicised), [in:] Title of collective volume (italicised), (ed. or eds) name of editor(s), publisher, place of publication.

Collective volumes should be cited as follows: Title of collective volume (italicised), year of publication, (ed. or eds) name of editor(s), publisher, place of publication.

Internet publications should be cited with full working URLs and dates of retrieval (obligatory!).

Akty prawne should be cited as follows: Act of (date)…, Journal of Laws…, year …, No. …, item… .
e.g.:

Nowak W. 2011 Podstawy metodologii badań w naukach o zarządzaniu, Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego, Warszawa.

Nowak M. 2012 Decyzje o warunkach zabudowy jako instrument zarządzania przestrzenią w pod­miejskich gminach przygranicznych, „Samorząd Terytorialny”, nr 10, DOI 10.1000/182.

Kowalski J. 2005 Instytucjonalna analiza transformacji ustrojowej. Od planu do rynku, [in:] Nowa ekonomia, (ed.) S. Piotrowski, PWN, Sopot.



Koncepcja Przestrzennego Zagospodarowania Kraju 2011, (ed.) M. Kowalski, CeDeWu, Warszawa.

Staniek Z. 2010 Zróżnicowanie ekonomii instytucjonalnej, electronic document, access mode: [http://jacek.kwasniewski.eu.org/file/Staniek.pdf, retrieved: 5.06.2012].

Electronic document, access mode: [http://jacek.kwasniewski.eu.org/ /file/Staniek.pdf, retrieved: 5.06.2012].

Act of 26th January 1982 – Karta Nauczyciela, Journal of Laws 1991, Nr 95, Item 425, as amended.



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