When you cite a work by only one author, the in-text citation consists of the author’s surname and – if you quote – the publication year as well . If the author has a double surname or a surname with prefix, is seen in the examples below. The page number should be added when quoting text, tables, images etc. from a specific page or pages.
The page numbers in the in-text citation can be presented in different ways. Choose one and use that consistently in your text. Note that page numbers should only be used in in-text citations when quoting (not when paraphrasing).
(Reunanen 2019, p. 79), (Reunanen 2019, p. 79−82)
(Reunanen 2019:79), (Reunanen 2019:79−82)
(Reunanen 2019, 79), (Reunanen 20219, 79-82)
When it comes to market regulation… (Reunanen 2019, p. 81).
The changing economic landscape… (von Seekamm 2020, p. 124)
A Danish study (Møller Hansen 2004) show how…
Piketty (2014) claims that …
Reunanen, M. (2019). Mezzanine financing: a comparison between the Finnish and international market regulation. Helsinki: Hanken School of Economics.
Piketty, T. (2014). Capital in the twenty-first century. Cambridge, Massachusetts: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press.
Møller Hansen, K. (2004). Deliberate democracy and opinion formation. Odense: University press of southern Denmark.
Seekamm, K. von (2020). Rent seeking and human capital: how the hunt for rents is changing our economic and political landscape. London: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.