OECD Style Guide Second Edition



OECD Style Guide Second Edition
OECD | 2007 | ISBN: N/A | Pages: 105 | File type: PDF | 1,1mb

The OECD Style Guide highlights the standards and conventions that should be used for all OECD publications. It serves as a useful reference tool to writing. But whatever your style, just be consistent.

CHAPTER I: WRITING FOR THE OECD and CHAPTER 2: PRINCIPLES OF STYLE provide information on topics such as how to write well, the structure of an OECD publication and the grammatical rules that apply.

CHAPTER 3: RULES AND CONVENTIONS (formerly published on line as Technical Guidelines) aims to answer those questions relating to the technical aspects of language use in an A-Z format.

CHAPTER 4: WATCHING OUT FOR PITFALLS IN ENGLISH highlights language definitions and nuances. Supplementary information offering advice on how to choose a title, write an executive summary, number OECD publications and correct proofs can be found in ANNEXES A-D.
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