Style Request: [HWR Berlin - Kreutzer style]

edited October 5, 2018
A link to online style documentation:

Example citations for a journal article, book, and online source:
In-text citation:
Example for Journal:
(Campbell/Pedersen, 2007, p. 310)

Example for Book:
(Mares, 2001, p. 186)

Example for Online:
(Melcher, 2017)

Example for Journal:
Campbell, J. L./Pedersen, O. K. (2007), The varieties of capitalism and hybrid success, in: Comparative Political Studies, 40th volume, 3/2007, p. 307–332
Schulze, T. (2007), Preisstrategie im Internationalen Marketing, in: manager magazin, 34th volume, 3/2007, p. 2-4

Example for Book:
Mares, I. (2001), Firms and the welfare state: When, why, and how does social policy matter to employers?, in: P. A. Hall/D. Soskice (2001 Eds.), Varieties of capitalism. The institutional foundations of comparative advantage, New York, p. 184–213
Kreutzer, R. (2010), Praxisorientiertes Marketing, 3rd Edition, Wiesbaden
Meffert, H./Burmann, C./Kirchgeorg, M. (2008), Marketing, 10th Edition, Wiesbaden

Example for Online:
Melcher, N. (2017), Literaturverzeichnis mit der Harvard-Methode (27.07.2017), online at URL: (accessed on 24.02.2018)

Side notes:
Where two or three authors are concerned, they are to be separated by slashes, e. g. (Kreutzer/Merkle, 2009, p. 4-9).
Where more than three authors are concerned, only the first author is needed, following “et al.”, e. g. (Boltz et al., 2010, p. 11-15). Should an author have more publications within the same year, they should be alphabetically distinguished and sorted accordingly in the bibliography, e. g. (Baumgarth, 2010a, p. 15-25).

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