# Looking for a bibliography style that implements specific formatting requirements

I was wandering if any of you know the name of the references' style in the following format:

FLEISHMAN J., 1983, ed., The Future of the Postal Service, New York, Praeger.

PELTZMAN S., 1976, 'Toward a more general theory of regulation', Journal of Law and Economics, 211-40.

Or, know how to do it in latex/bibtex?

I used to use apalike style:

\usepackage{natbib}

\begin{document} ...
\bibliographystyle{apalike}
\bibliography{bibliography}

\end{document}


I was trying with other names of references but I didn't find the format which is required.

• Related, a list of standard and common BibTeX styles: Choosing a BibTeX Style – Mike Renfro Jan 13 '15 at 14:53
• Two aspects of your preferred layout are quite uncommon: (i) placing "ed." after the year, and (ii) showing the pages field but neither the volume nor the number fields for entries of type @article. Doubtful that there are ready-made bst files that use these stylistic settings. Do look into using the makebst utility to create a custom-built bst file. – Mico Mar 14 '15 at 19:54