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Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
  • The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  • The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, or RTF document file format.

Author Guidelines

The article received is the result of a research or conceptual article in the field of management and business, the article is an original work that has never been published by another Journal Institute. This article contains: Introduction, Literature Review, Methodology, Results and Discussion, Conclusions and Recommendations and Reference Resources, while conceptual articles do not contain methods. Articles will be reviewed anonymously by expert editors and their eligibility will be notified in writing to the author, while all published manuscripts become the property of the journal.

Articles are written on A4 paper with top / bottom / left / right margins: 2/3/3/17 cm, one column, spacing 1.15 font Book Antiqua 11pt minimum 13 and maximum 15 pages. Articles are written in Indonesian or English and foreign terms in italics.

The title is a maximum of 15 words in Indonesian and 12 words in English, all uppercase letters with a font size of 16pt (Book Antiqua, bold). The author's name (Book Antiqua) without the title with a font size of 10pt (Times New Roman, italic, in a row is written. The names of affiliated institutions and authors of communication media are completely written and communication is only done by the first author. Abstracts are written in two languages, Indonesian and English with 10pt font size, 1.15 spaces, 0.5 cm left and right indent, written in one paragraph up to 100 words Keyword (Keyword) 9pt, italic, lowercase, 3-5 words.

Parts of the article are written with the letters Antiqua Book 11pt. Chapter titles are written in capital letters, bold and include the chapter number. Sub-chapter without numbering.

Tables and Figures for a maximum of one page, are titled with sequential numbering and must include references. The table title is placed in the table, while the image title is placed below the image. Table titles and figures in italics and capital letters at the beginning of words. Tables are created with a font size of 10pt without displaying column rows and row rows only to separate the headline and final table information. Black and white image format.

Quoting this reference and doing according to the Harvard Style system is writing a reference in parentheses (curator's reference brackets) that contains the author's name and the article. Example: (Maxwell, 2002). That reference to a text book with a page number. Example: (Hansen, 2009: 10). It is hoped that the reference level does not like: Locong (1969) in Mongkeg (1998) in Sangut (2009). Quotations begin and end with quotation marks (") written separately with spaces 1 and indentation left and right 0.5 cm. It is recommended to quote with paraphrases so that they do not use quotation marks.

Editors can compress and improve the article to be published in accordance with the writing standards requested without changing the intent and content of the article.

Privacy Statement

PUBLICATION ETHICS

To maintain the quality of the manuscript and avoid publishing / plagiarism violations in the publishing process, the editorial board establishes the ethics of scientific publication in the Business Management Journal. The ethical rules of this publication apply to writers / authors, editors, bestari partners / reviewers, and managers of journals / editors. The ethics of the publication refer to the provisions of the ethics of scientific publications established by the Council of Research Professors (MPR) of the Indonesian Institute of Sciences in 2014.


Author Ethics

Reporting; the writer must provide honest, clear and comprehensive information about the process and results of his research to the editors, and keep his research data properly and safely.
Originality and plagiarism; The writer must ensure that the manuscript that has been sent / submitted to the editor is the original manuscript, written by himself, sourced from his own ideas and ideas, and not to copy the writings or ideas / ideas of others. Authors are strictly prohibited from naming the reference sources cited to other people's names.
Repeat shipping; the writer must inform that the manuscript sent / submitted to the editor is a manuscript that has never been sent / submitted to the journal publisher / other publications. If a redundancy is found in sending the manuscript to another publisher, the editor will reject the manuscript sent by the author.
Author status; the author must inform the editor that the author has competencies or qualifications in certain areas of expertise in accordance with the field of publication science, namely Management and Business Sciences. The author who sent the manuscript to the editor is the first author (co-author) so that if found problems in the process of publishing the manuscript can be resolved immediately.
Error writing the script; the writer must immediately inform the editor if an error is found in writing the script, both the results of the review and the edit. Writing errors include writing the name, affiliation / agency, quotations, and other writings that can reduce the meaning and susbtansi of the manuscript. If that happens, the writer must immediately propose improvements to the manuscript.
Disclosure of conflicts of interest; The writer must understand the ethics of scientific publications above to avoid conflicts of interest with other parties, so that the manuscript can be processed smoothly and safely.

Editor's Ethics

Decision of publication; editors must ensure that the review process of the manuscript is comprehensive, transparent, objective, fair and wise. This is the basis for the editor in making decisions on a text, rejected or accepted. In this case, the editorial board acts as the manuscript selection team.

Information publication; editors must ensure that writing guidelines for writers and other interested parties can be accessed and read clearly, both in print and electronic versions.
Distribution of peer-reviewed manuscripts; the editor must ensure the reviewer and material of the manuscript for review, as well as clearly inform the reviewer of the terms and process of the manuscript.
Objectivity and neutrality: editors must be objective, neutral and honest in editing manuscripts, regardless of gender, business side, ethnicity, religion, race, ethnicity, and author's citizenship.
Confidentiality; editors must maintain all information properly, especially those related to the privacy of the author and the distribution of the manuscript.
Disclosure of conflicts of interest; editors must understand the ethics of scientific publications above to avoid conflicts of interest with other parties, so that the process of publishing manuscripts runs smoothly and safely.

Reviewer Ethics

Objectivity and neutrality: reviewers must be honest, objective, unbiased, independent, and only stand for scientific truth. The process of studying the manuscripts is done professionally without distinguishing the sex, business side, ethnicity, religion, race, inter-group, and citizenship of the author.
Clarity of reference sources; the reviewer must ensure that the source of reference / citation of the manuscript is appropriate and credible (accountable). If errors or deviations are found in writing the reference / quote source, the reviewer must immediately inform the editor to make corrections by the author according to the note of the reviewer.
Peer-review effectiveness; The reviewer must respond to the manuscript that has been sent by the editor and work according to the set of peer-reviewed manuscripts (maximum 2 weeks). If additional time is needed in the review of the manuscript, it must immediately report (confirmation) to the editorial secretariat.
Disclosure of conflicts of interest; The reviewer must understand the ethics of scientific publications above to avoid conflicts of interest with other parties, so that the process of publishing a manuscript runs smoothly and safely.
Journal Management Ethics

Decision-making; the journal manager / editorial board must describe the mission and objectives of the organization, especially those relating to the policy setting and journal publishing decisions without