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Citing Sources: APA

Forecast citations

APA does not suggest formats for forecast citations.  We have constructed several examples based on APA style for other types of publications. 

Online forecast:

Author, A. A. (year, month day). Title of forecast (edition).  Retrieved from database name.

Title of forecast (edition). (year, month day).  Place of publication: Publisher. Retrieved from URL

Title of forecast section/part (year, month day). In Title of forecast (edition, pages, if available).  Retrieved from database name.

  • If published only online, do not include Place of publication and publisher.
  • Although APA no longer requires database information in citations to magazine, newspaper and journal articles retrieved from databases, forecast reports from our subscription online forecast services are cited as Technical & Research reports and, therefore, include the database name in the citation (APA Manual section 7.03).

Print forecast - citing entire book

Title of forecast book. (edition).  (year, month day).  Place of publication: Publisher

Print forecast - citing a forecast story within the book:

Title of story. (edition). In Title of forecast book (year, month day, page numbers).  Place of publication: Publisher

 

Citation examples

Online Forecast:

WGSN Forecast team (2014, December 19). Women/Men megatrends: OffBeat (A/W 16/17). Retrieved from WGSN.

Brown, R., Montague, D., & Piquot, H. (2016, February 5). Lifestyle: Digital companions. Retrieved from Fashion Snoops.

Print Forecast:

Design concept. (2011, Spring/Summer). (2009). New York, NY: Doneger Creative Services-The Doneger Group.

Infinite. (2018, Spring/Summer). In Design Concept. (2015, pp. 29-49).  New York, NY: Doneger Creative Services.

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