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CEMS Harvard Referencing Style: Books

Referencing books

IN-TEXT CITATION

Barrow (1999) ...

.... (Barrow, 1999)

"....." (Barrow, 1999:34)


FORMAT OF A REFERENCE

Author’s Surname, Initials. ed. (if applicable) Year of publication. Title of book. Edition. (if applicable) Place of publication: Publisher.

If it is the first edition of the book, this is not included.

Note: The same principles of ‘and’ versus ‘&’, and the principles regarding the number of authors, are applicable to the citing and referencing of journal articles


EXAMPLES OF A PRINTED BOOKS

Barrow, J. ed. 1999.  Cases in services marketing.  New York: McGraw-Hill.

Cooper, P., Codd, J. & Smith, L. 1998. Research methods for management. London: ABC Publications.

Dent, P. & Jones, R. 1994. Planning at work. London: ABC Publications.

Palmer, A. 1998. Principles of services marketing. 2nd ed. New York: McGraw-Hill.

 


FORMAT OF AN ELECTRONIC BOOK

Author’s Surname, Initials. Year of publication. Title of book. (in italics) [online] Edition. Place of publication: Publisher.  Available from:<url> [Accessed date].


EXAMPLE OF AN ELECTRONIC BOOK

Lasserre, P. 2003. Global Strategic Management [online]. 2nd ed. New York: Palgrave MacMillan. Available from: <http://www.netlibrary.com> [Accessed on: 2 November 2006].