Multiple authors or edited work
Referencing a book with multiple authors or edited works
|Geoffrey A. Manne and Joshua D Wright,||Competition Policy and Patent Law under Uncertainty Regulating Innovation||(Cambridge University Press, 2011)|
- Where there are two or three authors, the names of all authors should be included and the word ‘and’ separate the names of the last two authors
- If there are more than three authors, list the first named author followed by ‘et al’.
Belinda Bennett (ed), Globalization and Health (Springer, 2008)
Damien J Cremean, Michael H Whitten and Michael F. Sharkey, Brooking on building contracts : the law and practice relating to building and engineering agreements (LexisNexis Butterworths, 5th ed, 2014)
Patrick Thomas George et al, Social Media and the Law (LexisNexis Butterworths, 2010)
A note on citing eBooks
- Many books appear in both printed and online versions
- If this is the case, then use the same conventions for citing a printed text
- Use these conventions even if you sourced the book online.