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    How should these reference authors be ordered in the list of references, when using Harvard style? I have no idea... Thanks!

    Chesbrough, H. and Rosenbloom, R.S. (2002)

    Chesbrough, H. and Crowther, A.K. (2006)

    Chesbrough, H. (2006)

    Chesbrough, H. and Appleyard, M.M. (2007)

    Chesbrough, H. (2007)
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    Use microsoft word reference or endnote
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    I learned in school that the way to organise it is like this: Alphabetical order of author's surname(s), then alphabetical order of initials and finally the year. Look at this example:

    Arnold, J.B. (1992) Mentoring Schemes in Secondary Education. Carlisle: Cumberland and Borders Press.

    Author unknown (1973) From School to University. Newcastle upon Tyne: Geordie Press.

    Blair, M.I. (1991) Gender and Academic Achievement. London: Education Press.

    Blair, M.I. (1993) Career Stereotypes. Brighton: The Women’s Press.

    Blair, M.I. (in press) New Directions in Careers Guidance at School. Edinburgh: Tartan Press.

    Blair, M.I. and Al-Hamid, R. (1988) Paths to Success. Observer Magazine, 28th January 1988: 12.

    Blair, M.I. and Weber, G. (1994) High School Students’ Perceptions of Engineering Degrees. Higher Education 23/1: 49-69....

    So I think yours should go in this order:

    Chesbrough, H. (2006)

    Chesbrough, H. (2007)

    Chesbrough, H. and Appleyard, M.M. (2007)

    Chesbrough, H. and Crowther, A.K. (2006)

    Chesbrough, H. and Rosenbloom, R.S. (2002)

    I hope it helps (:
 
 
 
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