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I am trying to produce a bibliography style like this:

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For more info check SIAM Style Manual, section 15.1 on page 88).

The journal's default bst file (download link) only produces numbered style, but they accept author-year style above as well. The closest I can get is with abbrvnat style,

% In preamble
\usepackage[semicolon]{natbib}

% In document
\bibliographystyle{abbrvnat}
\bibliography{References}

But the authors are not textsc. Also I like to remove urls and dois from the references. How should I configure the style? Thanks.

  • There are quite a few, major differences between your preferred formatting style for entries of type @article and what's produced by the abbrvnat bibliography style. E.g, the abbrvnat style places the year at the very end of the entry, not after the authors in parentheses; it encases the title field in double quotes instead of rendering it in italics; and it italicizes the journal field instead of using the upright font shape. A bibliography style that does render the author names in small-caps is ecta; however, it also doesn't fully meet your formatting requirements. – Mico Jun 29 at 2:59
  • (continued from the previous comment) Something that might endear the ecta (short for "Econometrica", by the way) to you is that it ignores doi and url fields. :-) – Mico Jun 29 at 3:00

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