Featured articles are considered Mises Wiki's best work, as determined by Mises Wiki's editors. To be featured and listed an article must first be subjected to featured article candidacy, where it is reviewed by Mises Wiki contributors. Articles are reviewed against the featured article criteria, including: accuracy, verifiability of any and all references, and completeness. Featured articles are indicated by a miniature Mises family crest ( ), located on the top right corner of the article.
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Featured article criteria
A featured article represents Mises Wiki's best work. In order to become featured, an article must be subjected to a process of peer review as a featured article candidate against the following standards.
- It is—
- (a) well-written: its prose is of a professional standard;
- (b) complete: it neglects no major facts or details and places the subject in context;
- (c) well-researched and accurate: it is a thorough and representative survey of the relevant literature. Claims are verifiable against high-quality reliable sources and are supported by inline citations where appropriate;
- (d) stable: it is not subject to ongoing edit wars and its content does not change significantly from day to day, except in response to the featured article process.
- (a) a lead: a concise lead section that summarizes the topic and prepares the reader for the detail in the subsequent sections;
- (b) appropriate structure: a system of hierarchical section headings and a substantial but not overwhelming table of contents; and
- (c) consistent citations: where required by criterion 1c, consistently formatted inline citations using either footnotes or Harvard referencing.