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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.
  • Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.

Author Guidelines

  1. Fields in which we seek articles include accounting; finance; economics, banking; financial planning; accounting and finance; articles on the history of accounting and finance; alternative research in accounting, business and finance; forensic accounting and critical papers in accounting and finance.
  2. The manuscripts should be typed in A4 (210mm x 297mm), with 11-point Garamond font and must be 1.5 line-spaced, except for indented quotations. The manuscript must be saved as a word file. All the pages, including tables, appendices, and references, should be serially numbered. Submissions between 15 - 20 pages in length.
  3. The manuscript must be written in good academic English. Spelling follows Webster’s International Dictionary. To ensure an anonymous review, the authors should not identify themselves directly or indirectly in their papers. A single author should not use the word “we”. Authors for whom English is not their native language are encouraged to have their papers checked before submission for grammar and clarity.
  4. Each manuscript is reviewed by the editor for general suitability for this journal. For those considered suitable, reviewers will be selected and a double blind review process will take place. Using the recommendations of the reviewers, the editor will then decide whether the manuscript should be accepted, revised or rejected for publication.
  5. Article Title The title of the article should be specific and effective, and approximately not more 14 words. Write an article title using simple and straightforward language that can offer readers a glimpse of the content with their first glance.
  6. Author’s name and Affiliations The full name of each author, the affiliation of each author at the time the research was completed. The address for corresponding author including the full postal address, telephone, and email addresses.
  7. Abstract The abstract should stand alone, meaning that no citations are in the abstract. The abstract should concisely inform the reader of the manuscript’s purpose, its methods, its findings, and its value. The abstract should be relatively nontechnical, yet clear enough for an informed reader to understand the manuscript’s contribution. An abstract, of no more than 200 words
  8. Keyword Keywords are an important part of writing an abstract. Authors should select a maximum of five keywords that are specific and reflect what is essential about the article. Keywords and the article’s classification should be provided after the abstract.
  9. Main Article
    1. Introduction What is the purpose of the study? Why are you conducting the study?The main section of the article should start with an introductory section which provides more details about the paper’s purpose, motivation, research methods and findings. The introduction should be relatively nontechnical, yet clear enough for an informed reader to understand the manuscript’s contribution.
    2. Literature Review In this section, the author will discuss the purpose of a literature review.
    3. Methods This section typically has the following sub-sections: sampling (a description of the target population, the research context, and units of analysis; sampling; and respondents’ profiles); data collection; and measures (alternatively: measurement).
    4. Results The author needs to report the results in sufficient detail so that the reader can see which stastical analysis was conducted and why, and later to justify their conclusions. Reporting results: The author may assume that the reader has a working knowledge of basic statistics (i.e., typically the contents covered in a 1st statistics course).
    5. Discussion Different authors take different approaches when writing the discussion section. According to Feldman (2004:5), Perry et al. (2003: 658), and Summers (2001: 411412), the discussion section should:
      1. Restate the study’s main purpose;
      2. reaffirm the importance of the study by restating its main contributions;
      3. summarize the results in relation to each research objectives or hypothesis, without introducing new material;
      4. relate the findings back to the literature and to the results reported by other researchers;
      5. provide possible explanations for any unexpected or non-significant findings;
      6. discuss the managerial implications of the study;
      7. highlight the main limitations of the study that could influence its internal and external validity;
      8. and discuss insightful (i.e., non-obvious) directions or opportunities for future research related to the topic.
    6. Conclusion In this section, the author presents brief conclusions from the results of research with suggestions for advanced researchers or general readers. A conclusion may cover the main points of the paper, but do not replicate the abstract in the conclusion.
    7. References In writing the article, the author(s) are required to use reference management tools (Mendeley) in writing the citation and list of references (using APA style). Authors may use some flexible terms for the subheading following the main heading.

Please feel free to contact the Editor-in-Chief of JABM when questions arise. Dr. Nevi Danila can be contacted by sending an e-mail to: nevida@staff.stie-mce.ac.idjabm_int@stie-mce.ac.id

Editorial Procedures

The Journal of Accounting, Business and Management (JABM) is an international academic and double blind refereed journal. Submissions are initially screened to determine its appropriateness. Those considered inappropriate in totality, will be returned to the sender. Those considered appropriate will be acknowledged to author(s) and sent to two reviewers for comment and the final decision is made by journal editors in the light of reviewers' comments. The reviewing process generally takes between six to eight weeks to complete depending on the time of the year when submission is made. Afterwards, the author(s) will receive a notification of acceptance or rejection or a request for revision. In case of "request for revision", the author(s) should re-submit the revised manuscript within a period of six months from the date of "request for revision" notification, otherwise it will be considered as a new submission. The Editor has the right to make minor editorial proofs and changes in the article text that are necessary for journal's regulations. In order to subsidy the substantial cost of print, there is a publication fee of US$ 50 imposed on each manuscript that has been accepted for publication. A complimentary copy of the issue in which the manuscript appears will be supplied to the main (or contact) author. Contents of published articles represent solely the ideas of author(s). Editors as well as Board of Editors are not responsible for the views expressed by author(s).

Publication

Publication fee of $50.00

by the payment through bank transfer to the following address:

Account name: DahniarQQPenerbitan
Account number:  8160444445
BCA BANK
Jln. Terusan Borobudur No. 1
Malang, 65142, Indonesia
Swift Code: CENAIDJA

or pay hard currency directly thorugh registered mail (registered post mail) to:

Nevi Danila / JABM
STIE Malangkucecwara
Jalan Terusan Candi Kalasan
Malang 65142
Jawa Timur, Indonesia