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Author Guide for Preparing a Paper
For The Journal of Korea Tax Accounting Research

First-Name Last-Name
University Department
University Name, City, State ZIP/Zone, Country

First-Name Last-Name
Group, Company, City, State ZIP/Zone, Country

 
ABSTRACT

The abstract should summarize the content of the paper using Italic font. Try to keep the abstract between 100 and 150 words. Do not have references or displayed equations in the abstract. The Journals will be printed by photo-offset from the same sized copy prepared by you. Your article should be printed on 8.5" x 11"(21.6 cm x 27.9 cm) paper, using a high quality laser printer. If you use A4 paper (21.0 cm x 29.7 cm), we will make a letter photocopy of it before sending it to the printing shop. Consequently, this may lower the printing quality of your paper. It is imperative that the margins and style described below be adhered to carefully. This will enable us to maintain uniformity in the final printed copies of the Journals. Please keep in mind that the paper you prepare will be photographed and printed as it is received.

Keywords: Author Guide, Article, Camera-Ready Format and Paper Specifications.

 
1. PREPARATION OF PAPERS

1.1 General Appearance
The text must be in English. The submitted typeset scripts of each contribution must be in their final form and of good appearance because they will be printed directly without any editing. It is essential that the "camera-ready copies" be absolutely clean and unfolded. The copy should be evenly printed on a high quality (300 dots/inch or higher) laser printer. There should not be corrections made on the printed pages. Your paper must be printed actual size (exactly how it is to appear in the Journals) in two columns. The document you are reading is printed in the format that should be used in your paper.

1.2 Specifications
As part of the printing process your document will be photographed. To ensure that this can be done with one camera setting for all papers and to ensure uniformity of appearance for the Journals, your paper should conform to the following specifications. If your paper deviates significantly from these specifications, the printer may not be able to include your paper in the Journals.
1) On the first page, the distance from the top edge of the paper to the top of the first line of type (the title) should be 1.57 inches (4.0 cm).
2) On the second and subsequent pages, the distance from the top edge of the paper to the top of the first line of type should be 1.18 inches (3.0 cm).
3) The left and right margins should be 1.38 inches (3.5 cm). If you are using A4 paper, set the right margin to 0.79 inches (2.0 cm).
4) The width of each column should be 21.62 characters.
5) The distance between the two columns of text should be 2.13 characters.
6) The space of lines should be 112%.
7) The distance from the top edge of the paper to the bottom of the last line of type on the page should be no more than 10 inches (25.4 cm).

 
2. RECOMMENDED POINT SIZES

We recommend a font of 9 points. The main text of this document is set in 9 point Times New Roman. If absolutely necessary, we suggest the use of condensed line spacing rather than smaller point sizes. Some technical formatting software prints mathematical formulas in italic type, with subscripts and superscripts in a slightly smaller font size. This is acceptable.

 
3. HEADINGS

Major headings are to be column centered in a bold font and in capitals without underline. They may be numbered, if so desired. "3. HEADINGS" at the top of this paragraph is a major heading.

3.1 Subheadings
Subheadings should be in a bold font and in lower case with initial capitals. They should start at the left-hand margin on a separate line.

3.1.1 Sub-subheadings: Sub-subheadings are to be in a bold font. They should be indented with two characters and run in at the beginning of the paragraph. The top of this paragraph illustrates a sub-subheading.

3.1.2 Title: The title should be centered across the top of the first page and should use 16 point type. It should be in a bold font and in lower case with initial capitals.

3.1.3 Authors’ Names and Addresses: The authors’ names and addresses should be left below the title. These lines should be in at least 11 point type.

3.1.4 Keywords: From 2 to 7 keywords should follow the abstract (as a subheading of the Abstract).

3.1.5 Illustrations or pictures: All illustrations should be original drawings or photographic prints of originals. Photographs should be glossy prints. Photocopies are often not good enough and should be avoided. All illustrations must be numbered consecutively (i.e., not section-wise).
Figure captions should be below and center the figure. Figures should be placed as close as possible to where they are mentioned in the main text. Figures can span the two columns if need be (for those who use two-column format.)

 
4. FORMULAE

All equations must be typed or written neatly in black. They should be numbered consecutively throughout the text. Equation numbers should be enclosed in parentheses and flushed right. Equations should be referred to as Eq. (X) in the text where X is the equation number. In multiple-line equations, the number should be given on the last line.

 

5. TABLES

All tables must be numbered consecutively. Table headings should be placed above the table. Tables should be as close as possible to where they are mentioned in the main text. Tables can span the two columns if need be (for those who use two-column format.)

 
6. FOOTNOTES

Should be typed in singled-line spacing at the bottom of the page and column where it is cited. Footnotes should be rare.

 
7. FINALIZATION

Page number should be centered at the bottom of the page.

 
REFERENCES

List and number all bibliographical references at the end of your paper.
. Format of References
Samples of correct formats for various types of references are as follows.

A. Books
M. Markel, Writing in the Technical Fields-A Step-by-Step Guide for Engineers, Scientists, and Technicians, IEEE Press, New York, 1994.

B. Periodicals
Y.S. Park, B.N. Yoon, and J.H. Lim, "Comparing Fault Prediction Models Using Change Request Data for a Telecommunication System," ETRI Journal, vol. 21, no. 3, Sep. 1999, pp. 6-15.

C. Articles in Conference Proceedings
D.B. Payne and J.R. Stern, "Wavelength-switched passively coupled single-mode optical network," Proc. IOOC-ECOC'85, 1985, p. 585.

D. Dissertations or Theses
H.S. Kim, Active Adaptive Control for Systems with Cancellation Path, doctoral dissertation, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, 1998.

E. Standards
IEEE Std. 1394, IEEE Standard for a High Performance Serial Bus, IEEE, Piscataway, N.J., 1995.