Syddansk Universitetsbibliotek - LibGuides
When you write a text it should be clear which passages are results of your own thoughts and ideas and which are based on the knowledge and ideas of others. As soon as you use text, facts, statistics, opinions, hypotheses, ideas or images that are not your own, you must state the source. This is a main rule for academic writing in Denmark. [...] The in-text citations must correspond to the information in the bibliography. If you do not provide enough information about the sources you use this can be considered to be plagiarism.
On this page you can find help and guidance in how to cite and manage your references in APA style.
Here you will find the library's tips for making a bibliography after using our business databases.Click here:
This link takes you to a paper, that contains the current guidelines concerning the contents and layout of written assignments and reports handed in by students at the programmes in Economics and Business Administration and the programmes in Economics and Mathematics-Economics. The guidelines only apply if there are no separate rules in the course description or the assignment given for the course in question.
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