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and other known journals in finance and economics (jfe, rfs, aer, econometrica, jpe,...): links would be highly appreciated, by me and I guess by many users. If you know the links please post them! :)

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Welcome to TeX.SE! Could you be a bit more specific about the types of "templates" you're hoping to be pointed too? Are you looking for LaTeX templates to typeset a working paper in a given journal's preprint style, or are you looking for BibTeX style files (templates), or possibly both? – Mico Mar 17 '12 at 1:36

Ivo Welch, a professor of finance at the Anderson School of Business at UCLA (as well as a regular contributor to the comp.text.tex newsgroup!), maintains an extensive list of BibTeX bibliography style (.bst) files at this website. Among them are style files for the American Economic Review, the Canadian Journal of Economics, the Journal of Business (no longer in business...), the Journal of Finance, the Journal of Political Economy, Econometrica, the Quarterly Journal of Economics, and the Review of Financial Studies.

Of course, BibTeX style files for econ-related journals published by Elsevier (e.g., the Journal of Financial Economics), Cambridge University Press (e.g., Econometric Theory), Chicago University Press, Oxford University Press (e.g., RFS), and other major publishing houses are also available for downloading from the respective publishers' websites. The RFS's website, for instance, notes that

References should be typed entirely double-spaced and begin on a separate page. They should be in alphabetical order, unnumbered, and follow the current edition of The Chicago Manual of Style. [bold-face and italics in the original]

Hence, if you wish to submit a paper to the RFS, you'll need need to make sure to include the instruction \bibliographystyle{chicago} in your paper. Alernatively, if you use biblatex, be sure to load the biblatex-chicago package.

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@Miko I must be missing something but the OP is asking for LaTeX templates. You are taking about BibTeX database of various economics related journals. What is meaning of remark for TeX user? If there is a LaTeX template (which might very well not exist for the Journal in question as the final product is probably XML markup and most papers if not all are submitted in Word) then the template will take care of everything (double spaces for comments of referees, bibliography style, etc.). He should probably just go to the Journal's website and check directions for paper submission. – Predrag Punosevac Mar 16 '12 at 23:08
@PredragPunosevac: Actually, the OP does not state that he/she is looking for "LaTeX templates", but only for "templates", for various econ journals. With the exception of the Elsevier-group journals, I know of no templates to make an econ working paper look like it's a preprint of a journal article. That's why I assumed that the OP is looking for BibTeX style files. Hopefully, though, the OP will choose to a be bit more specific with regard to what he/she is actually looking for. Finally, what makes you conjecture that "most [econ] papers if not all are submitted in Word"? Just curious. – Mico Mar 16 '12 at 23:51
I am just a guessing based upon economists from my circle of friends. I wish I was wrong and that there are more economists of the Timothy Van Zandt type. I know that you are one of them... – Predrag Punosevac Mar 17 '12 at 0:44
Welch's site let me speechless. :) RFS bibstyle can be found here ivo-welch.info/professional/index.html . However, JF bibstyle is missing (broken link). – pidosaurus Jun 23 '14 at 17:55
The link in the answer is now broken. – Joel Reyes Noche Feb 8 at 9:45

Latex templates are here if that is what you are looking for


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