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Article Submission

Articles are sent via two steps. The first step is to upload the article to the Online Journal System (OJS), which requires registration to create an account first. The second step is to send the article to email jbm.unmermlg@unmer.ac.id for verification.

Article Writing Guidelines

Articles submitted must have been adjusted to the Business and Management Journal template which can be downloaded at the link above.

General Writing Style

Manuscripts for the Journal of Business and Management can be in the form of theoretical studies and applications, research results, conceptual ideas, literature reviews, new book reviews, bibliographies, and practical writings related to Business Administration. Manuscripts can be written in Indonesian or English with essay format, accompanied by a sub-chapter title (heading) for each section, except for the section: Introduction which is presented without a sub-chapter title. The writing follows a narrative style, minimizing the use of tables, figures, and mathematical equations.

Article Systematics

The systematics of the manuscript consists of: title, author's name (without title), full address of the author where the results of this research were conducted, correspondence and email addresses , abstracts, key words, abstracts, keywords, introduction / background, literature review & hypotheses (if any ), methods, results, discussion, conclusions, suggestions, and bibliography . The following are instructions for each section of the script and other things that need to be followed in script writing.

Title

The maximum title consists of 14 words.

Author data

Contains the full name of the author without title and without abbreviations, name of the author's affiliation institution and full address (including postal code), and the author's correspondence address (e-mail).

Abstract

Written in English and Indonesian (only in English if the article is in English) with a maximum number of words of 200 words and only consisting of 1 paragraph. Abstracts for research papers contain: research objectives, methods used (including research objects / respondents), important findings, and conclusions. Abstract for study / conceptual article contains: a short comprehensive summary of the article content complete with summarized ideas.

Keywords

Written in English and Indonesian with 3-6 words in terms of phrases. Keywords contain words or phrases that are often used in the text and are considered to represent and / or relate to the topic being discussed. Included right after the abstract

Preliminary background

The introduction contains an introduction to the substance of the article in accordance with its topic and purpose, especially both theoretical and empirical reasons behind the script writing activity. Presenting theoretical concepts, thoughts, and previous research findings, is useful as material for comparison and at the same time strengthening, enriching and sharpening the discussion, analysis and interpretations. The presentation must coexist chronologically. The logical link between the first paragraph and what follows must be clear.

Literature Review / Hypothesis (If Any)

This section contains a description of the theories used in relation to the research variables. In addition, at the end, it can be included in the research hypothesis which previously described the basis for the withdrawal of the hypothesis. Literature review is optional because it can be combined with an introduction / background.

Method

Methods are theoretical information and sufficient techniques for researchers to be able to produce research well, especially it is important to present the type of research, population and sample, data used (types and sources), data collection techniques, data analysis techniques, data analysis models). Just 1-2 paragraphs without having to provide a definition.

Result

Results are presented in a systemized manner. The narrative in the results contains information that is extracted from the data, not narrating the data as is. Clarify the narrative with illustrations (tables, pictures, etc.). Illustrations must be referred to in the text, which is presented with processed data, not raw data (analysis results).

Discussion

The discussion suggests an interpretation of the results, in order to answer the research objectives and hypotheses (if any). The order of discussion is the same as the order in which the data is presented. There is the development of arguments by linking results, theories, and opinions, including comparison of previous research results. Also point out the possibility of the contribution of research results for the development of science.

Conclusion

Conclusions interpret the results and discussion of research in a more comprehensive manner.

Suggestion

Suggestions are intended for practical action (the agency / company studied), for the development of new theories, and for further research.

Quote

In-text citations are made in the format of the name and year, such as: Weston and Copeland (2002) for the beginning of the sentence, and (Wiyani, 2010) for the end of the sentence. if there are more than two authors etal is used. after the first author's name, such as: Engel, et al. (1994). For multiple references, the citation is based on the chronology of the year or alphabetical order if the same year exists. Example: (Trisetyawan, 2006; Wibowo, 2006) or (Assauri, 1992, Engel, et al, 1994, Alma, 2004).


Bibliography

Bibliography is compiled by following the APA Style procedure as shown in the following example:

 

Kotler, Philip. 1997. Principles of Marketing. Prehalindo. Jakarta.

Bank Indonesia. 2000. "Information Regarding Bank Indonesia Regulations for Commercial Banks Based on Sharia Principles".

Choudhury, M. A. 2007. Philosophyof Islamic fmancial Engineering: Evaiuationary Equiiibrium in Leraning Spaces of unity of Knowlcdge. International Seminar and Workshop on Islamic Financial Engi­neering. (Tidak Dipublikasikan). Post Graduate Program of Facuky of Economics Islamic University of Indonesia. Yogyakarta.

Hasbullah, Y. 2004. Principles of Credit Risk Management in Banking in the Context of Good Corporate Governance. Indonesian Entrepreneur Magazine, No. 12, Th.XXXIII December: 28-31.

Lusch, Robert F, & Patrick Dunne. 1990. Retail Managemnet. South-westem Publishing Cocincinnati, Ohio.

Nurkhin, A. 2009. Corpcjrate Govemance and Profitability; The Impact on Disclosure of Corporate Social Responsibility (Empirical Study of Companies Listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange). Thesis. (Not Published). Master of Accountants Study Program, Postgraduate Program, Faculty of Economics, Diponegoro University.

Rachmawati. 2005. Over Market Reaction to Stock Prices. Proceedings, National Accounting Symposium VIII.

Rojas, L., & Suares. 2010. The International Financial Crisis: Eight Lessons for and from Latin America. Working Paper 02. January. Center for Global Development.

Wani Fitriah 1 , Susi Epa 1 Public Perception of the Services of Bank Syariah Mandiri Palembang, http://isid.pdii.lipi.go.id (accessed 31 October 2012)

Wibowo, Pakereng. 2006. The Effect of Merger and Acquisition Announcement on Stock Return of Acquisitor Companies in the Same Industrial Sector in the Jakarta Stock Exchange. Journal of Indonesian Business Economics. Vol 16, No. 4,2001,375-387.

Illustration (Tables and Figures)

Illustrations both in the form of tables and figures (if any) are included in accordance with the writing needs and given sufficient explanation, and typed in a format that can be edited by the Editor Team.

Copyright

Manuscripts submitted by the author must be an original work, not plagiarizing other people's work, never been published, and not sent at the same time to other publishers. Journal of Business and Management holds the copyright on all materials including printed, electronic, and other forms. For this reason, the author needs to agree to the copyright transfer by filling out and signing the Copyright Transfer Statement then sending it back to the editor's address along with a curriculum vitae, after the manuscript is declared to be published by the Juma! Business and management. ".

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Contact person: Harril Brimantyo, S.AB., M.AB. (085645878363)

 

 

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.

  1. 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).
  2. The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, RTF, or WordPerfect document file format.
  3. Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  4. The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  5. The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines, which is found in About the Journal.
  6. If submitting to a peer-reviewed section of the journal, the instructions in Ensuring a Blind Review have been followed.
 

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Author Fees

This journal charges the following author fees.

Article Submission: 300000.00 (IDR)
This fee is charged when the author submits a journal article for the review process

Fast-Track Review: 250000.00 (IDR)
This additional fee is charged to the author who wants a faster review process until the issuance of a letter of acceptance (LOA) (<2 months)

Article Publication: 300000.00 (IDR)
This fee is charged when the journal article has been declared accepted by the reviewer and as a requirement for letter of acceptance (LOA) publishing and journal publication