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I am trying to submit to Journal of Labour Economics and they give a link with bibliography style, but they don't say what style it is. I am having trouble finding a .bst file that replicates their examples. Does anyone know what style this is or what .bst file I need?

http://www.jstor.org/page/journal/jlaboreconomics/instruct.html

ournals Costa, Dora L. 2000. The wage and the length of the work day. Journal of Labor Economics 18 (January): 156-81.

Costa, Dora L. 2000. The wage and the length of the work day. Journal of Labor Economics 18, no. 1:156-81.

Costa, Dora L. 2000. The wage and the length of the work day. Journal of Labor Economics 18:156-81.

Costa, Dora L. 2000. The wage and the length of the work day. Journal of Labor Economics 18, no. 1, pt. 2:S156-S181.

Costa, Dora L. 2000. The wage and the length of the work day. Journal of Labor Economics 18, suppl.: S156-S181.

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    Welcome to TeX-sx! Reading the instructions to authors I find: The preferred format for submitting manuscripts online is Microsoft Word (.doc files). so I'd guess 'They do not use a .bst file' is the answer! – Joseph Wright Feb 20 '15 at 16:29
  • this is an author-year style, so you might try natbib. – barbara beeton Feb 20 '15 at 17:22
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I've created a .bst file that matches these guidelines as closely as possible. It's available at https://github.com/tyleransom/jolebib/ (file: jole.bst).

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