Questions tagged [harvard-style]

{harvard-style} is about bibliography questions regarding the citation call-out style known as the "Harvard" or "author-year" system. Examples are `Jones (1999)` and `(Miller 2001)`. Use this tag in addition to the tag for the specific package you use to implement this citation style.

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AGSM bibliography style sometimes doesn't abbreviate to "et al." for duplicate author+year

With BibTeX and the harvard/AGSM style, some references (from authors who have multiple papers per year) aren't abbreviated to "et al.", with the addition of a, b, et cetera. For example, with the ...
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How to change 'et al' to italic font in citation call-outs, with 'agsm' bibliography style

I am using natbib and agsm for harvard-style referencing. My related code is \usepackage{natbib} \bibliographystyle{agsm} Then I am using \citep{} for citations. My problem is that in text I am ...
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How do I make my bibliography according to harvard-style (author-year, alphabetical by sourcetype...) in Lyx?

I am writing my master thesis using Lyx and I don't know how it would be the best way to set up my bibliography due to the requirements by the university. The Bibliography has to be arranged ...
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How do I use the Harvard citation style?

I am writing a 6000 word essay on the economic implications of cryptography and was wondering how to use Harvard referencing on latex as support seems somewhat limited. If the support of Harvard ...
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Fine tuning the agsm bibliography style, and adding links

Lovely day. I am quite new to LaTeX but picking things up fast. One area which is confusing me greatly is getting my bibliography to work just how I like it. I have settled on the agsm style and the ...
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Why do hyperref and harvard not work together properly?

In my current work, I cannot seem to get the packages harvard and hyperref to work together properly. A small example: \documentclass[12pt,a4paper]{scrreprt} \usepackage[utf8x]{inputenc} \usepackage{...
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What should I change in a bst file in order to have numbered entries in the bibliography?

I am using BibTeX with a specific bibliography style (a bst file) which I can't give up. This is a link to the .bst file. [jon] I need to edit the .bst file in order to get entry numbering. This .bst ...
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Using Harvard referencing style

Can someone point me to some good instructions and resources on how to setup Harvard referencing style (a.k.a. Author-year) with bibtex in a LaTeX document? The final formatting of the bibliography ...
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Harvard style bibliography with biblatex... almost, but not quite!

My University requires that all submissions use the Harvard format for referencing. I understand this is not directly supported by BibLaTeX without some tweaking. I spent much of my evening ...
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Harvard Reference using Biblatex

I'm trying to build a Harvard reference template using biblatex. I at first gave the Harvard package a try but was then informed that this package is out-dated and instead should use biblatex. After ...
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Removing the quotations marks from the bibliography using harvard style (agsm)

I'm pretty new to using LaTeX but have so far found it fairly intuitive and am currently using it to write my dissertation. I am using the harvard and natbib packages to cite and create my ...
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Citation in "dcu" bibliography style sometimes return “et al” other times full author list

I am having a problem when I \cite (or \citep) using natbib with dcu.bst. For some citations with 3 or more authors the full list of authors is inserted in the text but in others it is shortened to "...
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modify the 'agsm' bibliography style in two ways

I am using LaTeX with the article document class. The Bibtex bibliography style that I am using is agsm, part of the Harvard family of bibliography styles. I have two questions: (1) If I cite an ...
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Redefine author-year to match Harvard style Anglia Ruskin flavour

I am customizing LaTeX templates for me and my friends to use. Because our college didn't provide one. After spending 3 days I can get it working and match the docx template from my college, except it ...
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No hyper refs from citation to bibliography using BiBTeX, hyperref and harvard

I am trying to get internal hyperrefs from citation to the bibliography page. I am using BiBTeX, the harvard package, the hyperref package with optional [hidelinks]. The latter works fine to me on the ...
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hack for including doi in agsm bibliography style

Is there a way of including a doi in agsm bibliography style? I know I can create my own file using latex makebst but I was hoping there was a way of altering the agsm.bst file to include doi in the ...
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natbib: use the harvard referencing system

I've been scouting various websites, including stackexchange looking for an easy solution to make natbib work within my tex file so to use the harvard referencing system. I've only managed to get one ...
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Modify Biblatex so citations appear as (author, year: pagenos)

I am really struggling to find a way to modify biblatex authoryear so that it comes out in this modified Harvard style. In case any solution can be helpful to others in the future, this is the style ...
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I am not getting ampersand (&) with citep in latex; instead it comes with "and" when using citep. I am using \bibliographystyle{agsm}

\documentclass[11pt, authoryear, longnamesfirst]{elsarticle} \usepackage{natbib} \usepackage{filecontents} \begin{filecontents}{ref.bib} @article{fransoo2020exiting, title={Exiting a ...
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Short harvard citation?

I need to cite the following way: The first 3 Letters of the author + the year. Example: Kemper 2009 --> [Kem09] But I don't have any clue how to do that!
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Harvard Citation Styles "et al." and hyperlinking citations to references [duplicate]

I am using the Harvard package and a Journal of Finance bst file (downloaded from the home page of Ivo Welch) in a LaTeX document. Here's my code: \documentclass{report} \usepackage{harvard} \begin{...
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Problem in second and third author using Biblatex [duplicate]

My code: \usepackage[backend=biber, style=authoryear, citestyle=authoryear, dashed=false,maxcitenames=2,giveninits]{biblatex} \renewcommand*{\nameyeardelim}{\addcomma\space} \DeclareNameAlias{editor}{...
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LyX: Harvard Referencing using Natbib

I'm very new to TEX, i've been using LyX as a stepping stone. It's been going pretty well up until now. I've successfully managed to create citations and link them to the References I have created ...
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Removing parentheses from date only in bibliography with natbib

I am using natbib with agsm style to achieve Harvard style referencing. Is there any way to remove the parenthesis around the year in the references section (not the citations in the main text)? I ...
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Citation with Harvard as an argument throws error

I'm trying to include the source citation everytime I use an image in my thesis. I have a self-written command to ease that process (code at the end of the post): \bild[citation]{label for refs}{file}...
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Manual citation formatting

First off: I don't want to use bibtex for this; I want to typeset my bibliography myself. Looking at the source2e.pdf document I found out about redefining \@cite and \@biblabel, and got my citation ...
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Problem with natbib and agsm style not showing Vol No and Pp in references

I am using natbib with the agsm style, if i have an entry as; @article{Buchko2007, author = {Buchko, Aaron A.}, title= {The effect of leadership on values-based management}, year = {2007}, journal =...
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Harvard referencing style in Elsarticle document class

I am writing an article in Latex using the elsarticle document class provided by Elsevier for their journals. For my writeup I wish to use the Harvard referencing system but cannot get this to work ...
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Biblatex citation style with no more than one author, et al in italics and a comma before date?

I have just got feedback from my PhD transfer report and my supervisor has asked me to change my citation style (they don't use LaTeX so can't really help but there's no way I want to do a thesis in ...
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Is there an easy way of removing quotation marks from bibliography when using agsm (harvard style)?

I need help with the exact thing as been answered here https://tex.stackexchange.com/a/47526/181498! I do not understand the solution though. This is what I tried to do: I found the agsm.bst file ...
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Problem with bibliography in Harvard style

I am trying to input Harvard style bibliography in my master thesis but I cant do it. In the pdf file, I see the references but either they do not have the names at all, but they have the title of ...
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harvard bibliography, improper alphabetic constant

I am trying to make a Harvard style bibliography, using bibtex and the package natbib, for a journal which requires it, but the online facility I have to use won't take the .bib to process it. So I ...
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Looking for a specific style in Biblatex

Im new to Latex in general. As Im writing a new document I wanted to try this with Latex. Unfortunately Im not able to find the correct style for my reference and citation. For my references: For my ...
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How to include first initials when using authoryear referencing format (harvard) with biblatex?

My university has its own kind of Harvard referencing that requires first initial as well as surname, im struggling to find out how to insert this using biblatex. my current code for referencing is: \...
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Customise Harvard referencing style

I am currently using ShareLatex with the XeLatex compiler. I need to use the Harvard referencing style, but I want to do some customizations to the agsm-style. I was not very sure were to find this ...
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comma between author and year in harvardstyle Sagej

I need to insert comma between the name of author and year in Harvard style \documentclass[Afour,sageh,times]{sagej} \setcounter{secnumdepth}{3} \usepackage{latexsym,amsfonts,amssymb} \usepackage{...
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"no more than two authors" in citation call-outs when using harvard citation management package and IOPART document class

IOP Publishing journals require that, if there are more than two authors, only the first name should appear, followed by "et al." (using \etal in iopart.cls). However, the dcu bibliography style (...
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How to convert apalike2 bibliography style alongside natbib package to biblatex

Problem Description This question is emanating from the comment provided by @egreg at Replacing "&" with "and" in apalike2 bibliography style alongside natbib package and ...
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Customizing harvard bibliography style apsr

The apsr style is almost what I need to comply to our totally unique Harvard style based University referencing requirements. I need to make the following customizations: For displaying authors the ...
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