AMA Reference List Style
References to unpublished works, such as doctoral dissertations, presented papers,
research reports, and working papers, should be included in the references list. The
words “report,” “working paper,” and so on, are not capitalized unless the work is part of
a numbered section. Include information about the sponsoring university or organization,
such as name of department, college, university, and city/state.
Coughlin, Maureen (1980), "Fear of Success: Reaction to Advertising Stimuli and
Intention to Purchase," doctoral dissertation, Department of Marketing, City
University of New York.
Ellison, Glenn (2005), “Bounded Rationality in Industrial Organization,” paper
presented at the 2005 Econometric Society World Congress, University College
London (August 19–24).
Friedman, Jamie, Thomas P. Berquist, Chris Debiase, Steven Kahl, and Cheng
Lim (2001), “Technology: B2B Software,” research report, Goldman Sachs
Kwerel, Evan and John Williams (2002), “A Proposal for a Rapid Transition to
Market Allocation of Spectrum,” Working Paper No. 38, Office of Plans and
Policy, Federal Communications Commission.
Web sites and URLs: List author names, including first names, publication date, title of
page on Web cite in quotes, date material was accessed in parentheses, and the full
URL of the actual Web page.
Smith, Julie (2004), “I Am a Marketer,” (accessed June 26, 2004), [available