Eurofenix Contributor Guidelines

The journal of INSOL Europe

Eurofenix aims to cover issues relevant to the European restructuring community, particularly those involved in all aspects of insolvency, bankruptcy and business reconstruction & recovery. The publishers welcome new material and provide the information below for your reference.


Areas of interest

Articles provide a practical analysis of current developments and topical issues in the area of restructuring, insolvency, and business reconstruction & recovery and in other areas that will be of interest to insolvency practitioners, and offer a survey of the practice in areas of particular interest to our international readership, with a special emphasis on Europe.

The Editorial Board welcomes the submission of articles that illuminate problems or issues currently confronted by practitioners, governments, international organisations, private enterprises etc by setting them within their general legal, economic or political context. Articles are welcome from private practitioners and academics, as well as international organisations working in the field of insolvency.


Article length & format

Articles should typically be around 750–2000 words depending on the subject matter:
  • Feature/Substantial Articles
    • 1-page article = 750 words
    • 2-page article = 1300 words
    • 4-page article = 2000 words
  • News Item: Approx. 250 words
  • Country Reports: Approx. 500 words
All materials should be submitted in English as a Word document via email.
Images/diagrams/graphs etc may be included.

All articles are refereed to ensure both accuracy and relevance. Authors may be asked to revise their articles before final acceptance. The author should supply his or her contact details for further correspondence, including both telephone number and email address. 


Publication schedule

Eurofenix is published quarterly in January, April, July and October. A full publication schedule is available from the INSOL Europe website, http://www.insol-europe.org/publications/production-schedule/.


Ownership & Copyright

Copyright in the article will normally be assigned to Eurofenix. The author of the article should be clearly indicated together with the brief personal description, limited to name, role, organisation and location, along with a suitable photograph of the author for publication.


Contact Details

For further information or to submit a proposal or written article, please contact Paul Newson (Communications Manager).

For other enquiries including sponsorship opportunities, please refer to the latest edition of the journal for the relevant contact details.
 
Sponsored by:


Prof. Dr. Klaus Pannen
Neuer Wall 25 / Schleusenbrücke 1, 20354 Hamburg
Tel. +49 40.32 08 57 - 121   Fax. +49 40.32 08 57 - 143
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