[texhax] Bibtex questions

David Krackhardt krack at cmu.edu
Tue Feb 6 19:45:00 CET 2007

Hi, I've just joined TUG and do not know what the norms are for asking 
questions about TeX, so I thought I would start here.  I've been an 
off-and-on TeX user for better than 20 years but am not overly 

My particular question is about Bibtex style files.  I have not been 
able to find a style file that suits my discipline (the format required 
in our premiere journal: Administrative Science Quarterly).  I would 
like to create a .bst file that would generate a bibliography consistent 
with our format.  But, while I could do this myself, the learning curve 
is probably too steep for my tolerance level.

Bottom line question: Is there someone I can hire to work with me to 
build such a .bst file?  How might I find someone?  What resources are 
available through TUG to find such a person?  I'm not looking to spend 
tons of money, but I could cough up some funds to do this.


David Krackhardt, Professor of Organizations, editor of JoSS
Heinz School of Public Policy and Management, and
     The Tepper School of Business
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
website: www.andrew.cmu.edu/~krack

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