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Create an account in 'New Refworks'. Click on 'Create an Account' and enter your Penn e-mail. Within RefWorks, you can create folders for different people or topics. You can generate a bibliography by checking the articles you want to cite and clicking on the quote mark. Many of our databases effortlessly export to RefWorks.
Citation Management Tools Guide
Penn Libraries guide to Refworks, Zotero, Mendeley, and Endnote. Describes strengths of each tool and links to the tools themselves, as well as tutorials, FAQ's, library contacts, and more.
AER Guidelines for Accepted Articles
Manuscript preparation instructions for the American Economic Review
Chicago Manual of Style Online
This is a guide to citation (footnote, endnote, works cited) style, also information on punctuation, spelling, quotations, captions, tables, and abbreviations, with sections on journals and electronic media.
Also available in print at most libraries on campus: Z253 .C57