Guidelines for Authors
Guidelines for publication – Revista Direito Tributário Internacional Atual
The articles should be unpublished and not submitted to appraisal in other publications.
Language and Format
Articles written specially in Portuguese, Spanish or English will be accepted. Preference will be given to articles originally written in foreign language and translated to Portuguese language.
Non-identification of authorship
Any identification of authorship or co-authorship in the works is prohibited.
In order to ensure the integrity of the appraisal for blind peer review, for submissions to RDTI-Atual, all possible care should be taken, in order to not disclose the identity of authors and reviewers during the process. It requires that authors, editors and appraisers (liable to send documents to the system as part of the appraisal process) take some precautions with text and properties of the document:
This article should be in compliance with the following criteria:
The final text should contain the maximum quantity of 20 pages (approximately 5,000 words), including notes, tables, charts, figures and bibliographic references. Exceptionally, special situations may be analyzed by the editorial staff.
Notes should be numbered in sequence and presented throughout the text. It is recommended to make the minimum use thereof, as well as to avoid the use of the footnotes to insert text content. Preference should be given to the body of the text, for transcription of ideas or opinions.
Quotes and References