Citation Guide

INFORMS BibTeX Code

BibTeX Code for NPS Theses

The following codes are customized for NPS theses and are not intended for use with any other publisher or template. The NPS thesis LaTeX template comes prepackaged with a BibTeX tool and a bib file containing the examples below.

Source Type BibTeX Code

Book

One author

(print)

What it will look like

Capitalize book title, and enter city and state in the Publisher field. Major cities like Los Angeles, Boston, and Seattle do not take states.

Pollan M (2006) The Omnivore's Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals (Penguin, New York).
@book{Pollan:2006,
  title      = {The Omnivore's Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals},
  author     = {Pollan, Michael},
  year       = {2006},
  publisher  = {Penguin, New York}
}

Book

Two authors with edition number

(print)

What it will look like

Enter city and state in Publisher field (for major cities like Los Angeles, Boston, and Seattle, do not enter a state). Enter edition number after title in Title field, PRECEDE edition with \em command, in order to remove italics from edition number.

Strindberg A, Wärn M (2011) Islamism: Religion, Radicalization and Resistance, 2nd ed. (John Wiley and Sons, Hoboken, NJ).
@book{Stringberg:Warn:2011,
  title        = {Islamism: Religion, Radicalization and Resistance, \em2nd ed.},
  author       = {Strindberg, A, and W\"{a}rn, M},
  year         = {2011},
  publisher    = {John Wiley and Sons, Hoboken, NJ}
}

Book

Three authors

(print)

What it will look like

Enter city and state in Publisher field. Major cities like Los Angeles, Boston, and Seattle do not take states.

Cordesman AH, Mausner A, Kasten D (2009) Winning in Afghanistan: Creating Effective Afghan Security Forces (Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington, DC).
@book{Cordesman:2009,
  title={Winning in Afghanistan: Creating effective Afghan security forces},
  author={Cordesman, Anthony H and Mausner, Adam and Kasten, David},
  year={2009},
  publisher={Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington, DC}
}

Book chapter in edited book

One author, one editor

What it will look like

 

Enter enter city and state in Publisher field. Major cities like Los Angeles, Boston, and Seattle do not take states. This source type will output slightly differently from the example at https://libguides.nps.edu/citation/, but Thesis Processing will accept it.

Haynes P (2009) Al-Qaeda, oil dependence, US foreign policy. Goodname A, ed. Energy Security and Global Politics: The Militarization of Resource Management (Routledge, New York), 62-74.
@incollection{Haynes:2009,
  author     = {Haynes, P},
  title      = {Al-Qaeda, oil dependence, {US} foreign policy},
  booktitle  = {Energy Security and Global Politics: The Militarization of Resource Management},
  editor     = {Goodname, A},
  year       = {2009},
  publisher  = {Routledge, New York},
  pages      = {62--74}
}

Electronic Book

What it will look like

Electronic Book, from DOI or URL: Variant of book class. Note extra brackets in author and note fields to force desired output.

@book{Bonds:2014,
  author   = {{Bonds, ME}},
  title    = {Absolute Music: The History of an Idea},
  year     = {2014},
  note     = {{h}ttps://doi.org/10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199343638.003.0004}
}


Electronic Book, from Book Provider: Variant of book class. Note extra brackets in author and note fields.

@book{Krishnan:2008,
  author   = {{Krishnan, AA}},
  title    = {War as Business: Technological Change and Military Service Contracting},
  year     = {2008},
  note     = {{h}ttps://www.amazon.com}
}


Electronic Book, from Library Database: Variant of book class. Note the use of backslash in Title field to prevent extra space after a colon.

@book{Crabtree:Chaplin:2013,
  author   = {Crabtree, J and Chaplin, A},
  title    = {Bolivia:\ Processes of Change},
  year     = {2013},
  note     = {Proquest}
}

Class Notes

Unpublished

What it will look like

Use misc class, entering details in Howpublished field. In Title field, enclose proper nouns in brackets, as shown.

Houston A (2016) Why capitalization matters when visiting the House of Potato Chips. Class notes, Performance Management and Budgeting, University of Idaho, September 28, Fort Chip, ID.
@misc{Houston:2016,
  author       = {Houston, A},
  year         = {2016},
  title        = {Why capitalization matters when visiting the {House of Potato Chips}},
  howpublished = {Class notes, Performance Management and Budgeting, University of Idaho, September, 28, Fort Chip, ID}
}

Lecture

Unpublished

What it will look like

Use misc class, entering description, place, and month and day in Howpublished field.

Norton ME (2004) Optimizing the rotational velocity of lizards through ceiling fan modulation. Lecture, Introduction to Veterinary Studies, May 2, Department of Dragon Husbandry, Charlatan State University, Monogahela, WV
@misc{Norton:2014,
  author        = {Norton, May Eagerton},
  year          = {2014},
  title         = {Optimizing the rotational velocity of lizards through ceiling fan modulation},
  howpublished  = {Lecture, Introduction to Veterinary Studies, May 2, Department of Dragon Husbandry, Charlatan State University, Monogahela, WV},
}

Class Notes / Lecture

Published

What it will look like

Use misc class, entering 1) description, 2) course number 3) month and day, 4) publisher, 5) address and 6) URL, if any, in Howpublished field. In Title field, enclose proper nouns in brackets, as needed, to retain capitalization.

Blanche C (2017) How to be the cutest cat in the world. Lecture, Meow Studies 402, August 21, Department of Applied Whiskers, Navel Pregraduate School, Monterey, CA. http://wallcrust.com/meows/cats.whiskers.
@misc{Blanche:2017,
  author        = {Blanche, C},
  title         ={How {Cosmo} came to be the cutest cat in the world},
  howpublished  ={Lecture, Meow Studies 402, August 21, Department of Applied Whiskers, Navel Pregraduate School, Monterey, CA. http://wallcrust.com/meows/cats.whiskers},
  year          ={2017}
}

Presentation or Workshop

What it will look like

Use misc class, entering details (including URL, if any) in Howpublished field. In Title field, enclose proper nouns in brackets, as needed, to retain capitalization.

Horse BB (2017) Horseshoes and hand grenades: On the joys of approximation. Presentation, Conference on Improbable Probabilities, Belmont Race Track, Elmont, NY. http:// horse.edu/horseshoesandgrenades/perfect_together.
@misc{Horse:2017,
  author        = {Horse, Bay Bee},
  title         = {Horseshoes and hand grenades in {Texas}: On the joys of approximation},
  year          = {2007},
  howpublished  = {Presentation, Conference on Improbable Probabilities, Belmont Race Track, Elmont, NY. http://horse.edu/horseshoesandgrenades/perfect\_together}
}

Computer Program / Software

What it will look like

Use misc class. Enter VERSION number in Title field. Use Note field to output access statement and URL, if applicable. If the software is out of a box, provide publisher name and address in Note field.

Borenstein M, Hedges L, Higgins J, Rothstein H (2005) Comprehensive meta-analysis, version 2. Accessed May 8, 2015, http://www.meta-analysis.com/index.html.
@misc{Borenstein:EtAl:2005,
  author        = {Borenstein, M and Hedges, L and Higgins, J and Rothstein, H},
  year          = {2005},
  title         = {Comprehensive meta-analysis, version 2},
  note          = {Accessed May 8, 2015, http://www.meta-analysis.com/index.html}
}


Commercial Software

@misc{GAMS,
  title         = {{General Algebraic Model System (GAMS)}},
  author        = {{GAMS Development Corporation}},
  address       = {Fairfax, VA},
  year          = {2017},
  note          = {http://www.gams.com}
}

Conference Proceedings

(online)

What it will look like

Use Note field to insert the URL. The page range will be placed in a different place than the example at https://libguides.nps.edu/citation/, but Thesis Processing has agreed to accept this.

Herculano-Houzel S, Collins CE, Wong P (2008) The basic nonuniformity of the cerebral cortex. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (Pizza Hut, Paducah, KY). https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.0805417105.
@inproceedings{HerculanoHouzel:EtAl:2008,
  author        = {Herculano-Houzel, Suzana and Collins, Cristen E and Wong, Peiyan},
  title         = {The basic nonuniformity of the cerebral cortex},
  booktitle     = {Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year          = {2008},
  address       = {Pizza Hut, Paducah, KY},
  note          = {https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.0805417105}
}

Conference Proceedings

(print)

What it will look like

Normal use of inproceedings class, using Pages field for page range.

Herculano-Houzel S, Collins CE, Wong P (2008) The basic nonuniformity of the cerebral cortex. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (Pizza Hut, Paducah, KY), 112233–112255.

@inproceedings{Herculano:2008,
  author        = {Herculano-Houzel, Suzana and Collins, Cristen E and Wong, Peiyan},
  year          = {2008},
  title         = {The basic nonuniformity of the cerebral cortex},
  booktitle     = {Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  address       = {Pizza Hut, Paducah, KY},
  pages         = {112233--112255}
}

Paper Presented at Conference

Unpublished

What it will look like

Use misc class for presentations, use inproceedings class if there is an associated published work.

Teplin LA, McClelland GM, Abram KM (2005) Early violent death in delinquent youth: A prospective longitudinal study. Annual Meeting of the American Psychology-Law Society, La Jolla, CA.
@misc{Teplin:EtAl:2005,
  author        = {Teplin, Linda A and McClelland, Gary M and Abram, Karen M},
  title         = {Early violent death in delinquent youth: A prospective longitudinal study},
  howpublished  = {Annual Meeting of the American Psychology-Law Society, La Jolla, CA},
  year          = {2005}
}

Data Set / Database

Published

What it will look like

Use misc class. Note braces around "Latinos" to preserve capitalization. Enter access date and URL, if any, in Notes field.

Suro R (2004) Changing channels and crisscrossing culture: A survey of Latinos on news media. Accessed April 30, 2012, http://www.pewhispanic.org/‚Äã2004/‚Äã04/‚Äã19/‚Äãchanging-channels-and-crisscrossing-cultures.
@misc{Suro:2004,
  author        = {Suro, R},
  year          = {2004},
  title         = {Changing channels and crisscrossing culture: A survey of {Latinos} on news media},
  note          = {Accessed April 30, 2012, http://www.pewhispanic.org/2004/04/19/hanging-channels-and-crisscrossing-cultures/}
}

Data Set

Unpublished

What it will look like

Use unpublished or misc class, placing MONTH and DAY in Note field.

Blanche C (2006) Data provided to the author via email, August 30.
@unpublished{Blanche:2006,
  author        = {Blanche, C},
  year          = {2006},
  note          = {Data provided to the author via email, August 30}
}

Dictionary / Encyclopedia

What it will look like

Variant of book class, entering subject term in Author field. Enter access statement and URL in Note field, with a comma between. If NOT online, use Publisher field instead of Note field (see book class examples). 

Metamorphosis (2011) Merriam-Webster. Accessed March 4, 2011, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/metamorphosis.

@book{Metamorphosis:2011,
  author        = {Metamorphosis},
  title         = {Merriam-Webster},
  year          = {2011},
  note          = {Accessed March 4, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/metamorphosis},
}

Directive / Instruction

What it will look like

Use techreport class. Enter URL in Notes field.

Department of Defense (2005) Information assurance training, certification, workforce management. DoD Directive 8570.01-M, Washington, DC, http://www.esd.whs.mil/Portals/54/Documents/DD/issuances/dodm/857001m.pdf.
@techreport{DOD.8570.01-M,
  author        = {{Department of Defense}},
  year          = {2005},
  title         = {Information assurance training, certification, workforce management},
  number        = {DoD Directive 8570.01-M},
  address       = {Washington, DC},
  note          = {http://www.esd.whs.mil/Portals/54/Documents/DD/issuances/dodm/857001m.pdf}
}

Joint Doctrine

What it will look like

Variant of misc class. In Notes field, place 1) report number, 2) CITY and STATE and 3) URL, if any, separated by COMMAS. Note backslashes before underscores in URL, to prevent format corruption.

Joint Chiefs of Staff (2017) Countering air and missile threats. JP 3-01, Washington, DC, http://www.dtic.mil/doctrine/new_pubs/jp3_01_20172104.pdf.
@misc{JP-3-01,
  title         = {Countering air and missile threats},
  author        = {{Joint Chiefs of Staff}},
  year          = {2017},
  note          = {JP 3-01, Washington, DC, http://www.dtic.mil/doctrine/new\_pubs/jp3\_01\_20172104.pd},
}

Fact Sheet

What it will look like

Use misc class, entering URL in Note field. Enclose "h" in http in brackets, to force it to remain lowercase.

Department of Labor (2008) The construction industry under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), http://www.dol.gov/whd/regs/compliance/whdfs1.htm.
@misc{FLSA:2008,
  author    = {{Department of Labor}},
  title     = {The construction industry under the {Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)}},
  year      = {2008},
  note      = {{h}ttp://www.dol.gov/whd/regs/compliance/whdfs1.htm}
}

Field Manual

What it will look like

Use manual class. Enter DOC NUMBER in Address field, BEFORE the city and state. Note backslashes before underscores and percent signs in URL, which prevent format corruption.

Department of the Army (1994) Sniper Training. FM 23-10, Washington, DC, http://www.bits.de/NRANEU/others/amd-us-archive/fm_23-10289429.pdf.
@manual{FM-23-10,
  author    = {{Department of the Army}},
  year      = {1994},
  title     = {{Sniper Training}},
  address   = {FM 23-10, Washington, DC},
  note      = {http://www.bits.de/NRANEU/others/amd-us-archive/fm\_23-10\2894\29.pdf}
}

Handbook

(online)

What it will look like

Use manual class, entering URL in Note field.

Western Spud (1972) Transmission Systems for Potatoes, 168th ed. (Kinston-Slalom, ID). http://www.spud.org/potato/transmission/grease.html.
@book{TSP-168:1972,
  author  = {{Western Spud}},
  title   = {{Transmission Systems for Potatoes, \em168th ed.}},
  address = {Kinston-Slalom, ID},
  year    = {1972},
  note    = {http://www.spud.org/potato/transmission/grease.html}
}

Handbook

(print)

What it will look like

Use book class. If edition is needed, enter it in Title field, PRECEDED with the \em command, in order to remove italics from edition number.

Western Electric (1985) Transmission Systems for Communications, 3rd ed. (Winston-Salem, NC).
@book{Trans:1985,
   author    = {{Western Electric}},
   title     = {Transmission Systems for Communications, \em3rd ed.},
   year      = {1985},
   address   = {Winston-Salem, NC}
}

Journal Article

(online)

DOI preferred

What it will look like

DOI preferred. Use \ to retain symbols such as "&". Enter URL in Note field.


Sanico G, Kakinaka M (2008) Terrorism and deterrence policy with transnational support. Defence & Peace Economics 19(2), https://doi.org/10.1080/10242690701505419.
@article{Sanico:Kakinaka:2008,
    author   = {Sanico, G and Kakinaka, M},
    title    = {Terrorism and deterrence policy with transnational support},
    journal  = {Defence \& Peace Economics},
    year     = {2008},
    volume   = {19},
    number   = {2},
    note     = {https://doi.org/10.1080/10242690701505419}
}

Journal Article

(print)

What it will look like

Normal use of article class.

Griffin G (2009) Managing peacekeeping communications. Journal of Business Continuity & Emergency Planning 3(4):317-327.
@article{Griffin:2009,
    author   = {Griffin, G},
    title    = {Managing peacekeeping communications},
    journal  = {Journal of Business Continuity \& Emergency Planning},
    year     = {2009},
    volume   = {3},
    number   = {2},
    pages    = {317--327}
}

Magazine / Newspaper Article

No author given

(online)

What it will look like

Variant use of article class. Place "The" in publication name at the end of the name, to maintain alphabetization. Force ITALICS in publication name with \em command. Enter month and year in Number field. Enter URL in note field, enclosing the "h" in https in braces to retain lowercase.

The Economist (2014) So long easy money: Foreign drug firms face a severe profit squeeze (June 12), https://www.economist.com/news/business/21604178-foreign-drug-firms-face-severe-profit-squeeze-so-long-easy-money.
@article{Economist:2014,
    author   = {{\em Economist, The}},
    title    = {So long easy money: Foreign drug firms face a severe profit squeeze},
    year     = {2014},
    number   = {June 12},
    note     = {https://www.economist.com/news/business/21604178-foreign-drug-firms-face-severe-profit-squeeze-so-long-easy-money},
}

Magazine Article

Author given

(print)

What it will look like

Normal use of article class.

Beforebad S (2014) Cold spaghetti: To eat or not to eat? Pasta Dynamics (January 1).
@article{Beforebad:2014,
    author   = {Beforebad, Sarah},
    title    = {Cold spaghetti: To eat or not to eat?},
    journal  = {Pasta Dynamics},
    year     = {2014},
    number   = {January 1}
}

Patent

What it will look like

Use misc class. Note double braces around Title field to retain word capitalization. Enter URL in Note field, if available.

Bell AG (1876) U.S. Patent No. 174,465. U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Washington, DC, https://www.google.com/patents/US174465.
@misc{Bell:1876,
    author        = {Bell, Alexander Graham},
    title         = {{U.S. Patent No. 174,465}},
    howpublished  = {U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Washington, DC},
    year          = {1876},
    note          = {{h}ttps://www.google.com/patents/US174465}
}

Personal Communication / Email

What it will look like

Use unpublished class. Enter description of communication and month and day in Note field, in the order shown.

Wunkerbunk TT (2002) Moss-growing statistics provided to the author via personal communication, June 11.
@unpublished{Wunkerbunk:2002,
    author    = {Wunkerbunk, Ted Telly},
    year      = {2002},
    note      = {Moss-growing statistics provided to the author via personal communication, June 11}
}

Interview

What it will look like

Use unpublished class. Enter description in Note field, in order shown.

Monster C (1985) Interview by Ernest J. Keebler. Betamax, November 20. Keebler Company.
@unpublished{Monster:1985,
    author    = {Monster, Chad},
    year      = {2002},
    note      = {Interview by Ernest J. Keebler. Betamax, November 20. Keebler Company}
}

Report

Research Report / Think Tank / White Paper

What it will look like

Use misc class. Note use of backslash before underscores in web address. Note return space in the URL, to keep URL from flowing past right margin.

@misc{Dixon:2017,
    author         = {Dixon, L and Clancy, N and Miller, B},
    year           = {2017},
    title          = {The cost and affordability of flood insurance in {New York City. RR-1776-NYCEDC}},
    howpublished   = {Rand Corporation, Santa Monica, CA},
    note           = {https://www.rand.org/content/dam/rand/pubs/research\_reports
    /RR1700/RR1776/RAND\_RR1776.pdf}
}

Report

Technical Report

What it will look like

Use techreport class, which forces the word "Technical Report" to output. Use BRACES to retain capitalization of proper noun and acronyms in title. 

@techreport{Wonka:1972,
    author        = {Wonka, W and Loompa, O and Bucket, C},
    title         = {{Stochastic error-correction in a hyperbaric ethereal pulley system for vitreous personal vertical displacement apparatuses (PVDA)}},
    number        = {VK-1916},
    institution   = {Gloop Corporation},
    address       = {Great Missenden, UK},
    year          = {1876},
    note          = {{h}ttps://www.google.com/patents/US174465}
}

Secondary Source

What it will look like

Use class of appropriate source type. In this case, it's a book. Note format of author name in Author field to express his three first initials.

Nicholson, IAM (2003) Inventing Personality: Gordon Allport and the Science of Selfhood (American Psychological Association, Washington, DC).
@book{Nicholson:2003,
     author     = {Nicholson, Ian A M},
     title      = {Inventing Personality: Gordon Allport and the Science of Selfhood},
     year       = {2003},
     publisher  = {American Psychological Association, Washington, DC}
}

Thesis / Dissertation

From an institutional archive such as the NPS Archive: Calhoun

What it will look like

Use mastersthesis class. ENTER department in School field. LOWERCASE title, except for first word, proper nouns, and first word after colon.

Yoshi H (1988) Effects of pizza consumption on katana-wielding dexterity in terrapinoids. Doctoral dissertation, Department of Reptile Bellicosity, Eastman & Laird University, New York, NY. http://hdl.handle.net/6576565753/splinter.html.
@mastersthesis{Yoshi:1988,
     author     = {Yoshi, Helen},
     title      = {Effects of pizza consumption on katana-wielding dexterity in terrapinoids},
     school     = {Department of Reptile Bellicosity, Eastman \& Laird University},
     address    = {New York, NY},
     year       = {1988},
     type       = {Doctoral Dissertation},
     note       = {http://hdl.handle.net/6576565753/splinter.html}
}

Thesis / Dissertation

From commercial database

What it will look like

Use mastersthesis class. Note double braces in not field to force capitalization of "ProQuest."

Nekeip R (2008) Pescatarians and daisies: A match made in sushi heaven. Master's thesis, Garden of Sushi School of Sushi, Maui, HI. ProQuest Dissertations and Theses database (AAT 3300426)
@mastersthesis{Nekeip:2008,
     author     = {Nekeip, Ray},
     title      = {Pescatarians and daisies: A match made in sushi heaven},
     school     = {Garden of Sushi School of Sushi},
     address    = {Maui, HI},
     year       = {2008},
     type       = {Master's thesis},
     note       = {{P}roQuest Dissertations and Theses database (AAT 3300426)}
}

Unpublished Work Accepted for Publication

What it will look like

BECAUSE this is a journal article, the journal class was a better choice than the unpublished class. ENTER word "Forthcoming" in Note field.

Horse BB (1996) Back in the saddle 2: Back in the saddle. Gaucho Marx: A Journal of Cowpoke Consciousness. Forthcoming. http://blahblahblahhorse.com/bits2bits.
@article{Horse:1996,
      author       = {Horse, Bob Brewster}, 
      title        = {Back in the saddle 2:\ {Back} in the saddle},
      journal      = {Gaucho Marx: A Journal of Cowpoke Consciousness.},
      year         = {1996},
      note         = {Forthcoming. http://blahblahblahhorse.com/bits2bits}
}

Unpublished Work

(print)

What it will look like

The format here differs slightly from that shown at https://libguides.nps.edu/citation/, but Thesis Processing will accept it.

Horse BB (1995) Back in the saddle. Unpublished memoir, Leaping H Ranch, Peoria, IL.
@unpublished{Horse:1995,
       author     = {Horse, Bob Brewster},
       title      = {Back in the saddle},
       year       = {1995},
       note       = {Unpublished memoir, Leaping H Ranch, Peoria, IL}
}

Website / Webpage

Author and publication date given

What it will look like

Use misc class. Enter WEBSITE OWNER NAME and access date in Note field. (Provide access date only if no publication date is available, the info is likely to change, as in Wikipedia entries, or the link is now broken.)

Sushi UQ (1995) Absorption of cats in sushi. Sushi Lab. Accessed November 9, 1999, http://www.wallcrust.com/?hgtehrwOIASD.html.
@misc{Sushi:1995,
      author       = {Sushi, Ursella Quest},
      year         = {1995},
      title        = {Absorption of cats in sushi},
      note         = {Sushi Lab. Accessed November 9, 1999, http://www.wallcrust.com/?hgtehrwOIASD.html}
}

Website / Webpage

No author given

Organization as author

What it will look like

See notes above.

Federal Bureau of Investigation (2017) Forging papers to sell fake art. Accessed April 13, 2017, https://www.fbi.gov/news/stories/forging-papers-to-sell-fake-art.
@misc{FBI:2017,
      author      = {{Federal Bureau of Investigation}},
      year        = {1995},
      title       = {Forging papers to sell fake art},
      note        = {Accessed April 13, 2017, https://www.fbi.gov/news/stories/forging-papers-to-sell-fake-art}
}

Website / Webpage

No date given

What it will look like

See notes in above entry, entering YEAR ACCESSED in Year field.

Python M (2017) Finding a dead parrot on a silly walk. Ministry of Silly Walks. Accessed August 6, 2017, https://www.omgitsadeadparrot.com/feathers.
@misc{Python:2017,
      author     = {Python, Mary},
      year       = {2017},
      title      = {Finding a dead parrot on a silly walk},
      note       = {Ministry of Silly Walks. Accessed August 6, 2017, https://www.omgitsadeadparrot.com/feathers}
}

Website / Webpage

Janes example

What it will look like

See notes in above entry.

Janes (2017) Executive summary: Mali. Accessed June 16, 2017, https://customer.janes.com/.
@misc{Janes:2017,
       author    = {{Janes}},
       year      = {2017},
       title     = {Executive summary: Mali},
       note      = {Accessed June 16, 2017, https://customer.janes.com/}
}

Wikipedia

What it will look like

Variant of article class. Enter ENTRY TITLE in Author field (the entry title goes in the author position, and is used in the in-text citation. Enter "Wikipedia" in Journal field, with a PERIOD. Not normally an accepted source in academia; please ask your instructor or advisor.

Psychology (2016) Wikipedia. Accessed October 10, 2016, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psychology.
@article{Psychology:2016,
       author     = {Psychology},
       year       = {2016},
       journal    = {Wikipedia.},
       note       = {Accessed October 10, 2016, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psychology}
}