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Author Guidelines

WRITING  GUIDELINES 

REVIEW OF MANAGEMENT AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP  

The article should correspond with the subject of management and/or entrepreneurship which is the result of researchers (quantitative or qualitative) or conceptual studies. The article must never be and is not being, in the process of publication of any media. The article should be written in accordance with the following writing guidelines. This writing guideline consists of two parts, namely writing format and wri­ting systematics.

A. WRITING FORMAT

1.  Typing

  • The article should be typed using the Microsoft Word program, in Times New Roman letters with the size of 10 pt, single spaced (before = 0 pt, after = 0 pt), and double columns.
  • The paper size is A4. The boundary of upper, lower, and side margins are 3 cm.
  • The article’s length is around 10 pages (not including references and attachments).
  • The article should be written in good and correct American English.
2.    Writing the article

        a)  Title

  • The title of the article is written on the first page.
  • The title should contain  12 words at the most.
  • The title should contain the keywords of research results and avoid the following terms: analysis, influence, relationship, study, case study, impact, role.
  • The title should be written in bold capital letters, with a letter size of 14 pt, single spaced and centered.
  • If there is an additional title which belongs to the main title, the additional title is written after the main title, in capital letters and separated from the main title by a colon.

      b)   Author’s identity

  • Author’s identity is written on the first page.
  • The author’s name is written without an academic degree and the last name must not be abbreviated, bold 11 pt.
  • The author’s identity should be accompanied with institution's name and institution’s address (street name, city, zip code, country), and email address, not bold, 10 pt.
  • If there are more than one authors, the identity of the other author(s) should be written com­pletely.

      c)   Abstract

  • The abstract should be written in one paragraph, single-spaced, in Times New Roman letter with a size of 10 pt.
  • The length of the abstract should not exceed 150 words and accompanied by three to five keywords.
  • The keywords are written in Italics, in regular letters with a capital at the beginning of the first keyword and ended with a period.

     d)  Writing the Sub-title

  • Sub-title (level 1) is written uprightly in bold letters, with a capital letter at the beginning of each word, and centered.
  • Sub-sub-title (level 2) is written in bold italics, with a capital letter at the beginning of each word, and left aligned. 
  • Sub-sub-sub-title (level 3) is written in bold italics, with a capital letter at the beginning of each word, and left aligned. 
  • Sub-sub-sub-sub-title (level 4) is written in regular italics, with a capital letter at the beginning of a paragraph and ended with a period.
  • Conjunctive and preposition in each level is not written in capital letters.

       e)   Presenting Tables

  • Each table is given a chronological number (Arabic numeral), a title of the table, and source if the table is taken from other sources.
  • Number and title of a table are written above the table, in bold letters and left aligned.
  • A number of a table is written above the title of a table, with a capital letter at the beginning of each word.
  • Table title is written under table number, with a capital letter at the beginning of each word.
  • Table source is written under the table, left aligned. Example: Source: World bank, 2016.
  • The table is written in 10 pt. letters and single spaced.
  • Table design: Table title and column title, column title and table content, table content and table source, are separated by horizontal lines (vertical lines are not necessary).
  • Chronological numbers are not necessary inside the table.

        f)  Presenting Picture/Diagram

  • Each picture is given a chronological number (Arabic numeral), a title of the picture, and source if the picture is taken from other sources.
  • Number and title of the picture are written below the picture, written in one line, in bold letters and left aligned. No. of a picture is ended with a period.
  • Number and title of the picture are written with a capital letter at the beginning of the sentence.
  • Picture source is written under the number and title of the picture, left aligned.
  • The letters in the picture are written in 10 pt. letters and single spaced.

        g)  Presenting Direct quotation

  • Short direct quotation (< 40 words) is written inside the sentence, using quotation marks and accompanied by the source of the quotation, which includes author’s last name, year, and a number of the page.
  • Long direct quotation (> 40 words) is typed without quotation marks, single spaced, and in­dented 0.5 inches (1,3 cm or five spaces) from the left margin. The quotation should be accompanied by the source of the quotation, which includes author’s last name, year, and no. of a page.

        h)  Presenting Indirect quotation

  • The indirect quotation is written inside the sentence without quotation marks and accompanied by the source of the quotation which includes author’s last name and year.

        i)  Presenting Quotation source

  • Single author

          Accompanied by author’s last name followed by the year of publication.

          - An example of quotation source for short direct quotation:

                  Almond (2013) stated that “..........” (p. 100).

          - An example of quotation source for indirect quotation:

                  A study on .......... (Almond, 2013).

  • Two authors

           Accompanied by last names of the two authors, followed by the year of publication, for example:

           - Almond and Currie (2011) proved that ..........

           - The formation of human resources .......... (Almond & Currie, 2011).

  • Three to five authors

          The first mention is accompanied by all the authors’ last names, the following mentions are only accompanied by the first author’s last name followed by et al., for example:

           - First mention: Zheithaml, Bitner, and Gremler (2006) stated that ..........

           - Following mentions: Zheithaml et al. (2006) proposed that ..........

  • Six or more authors

          Accompanied by first author’s last name followed by et al. and year of publication, for example:

          - Angrist et al. (2008) suggested that ..........

  • Quotation source of more than one authors uses “and”, and uses the symbol “&” when pre­sented in brackets, table, picture, and the list of references.

       j)  Presenting mathematics and statistics formulas

         Mathematics and statistics formulas and notations are written in italics.

      k)  Presenting the list of references

  • Should include all the sources used in the article.
  • The references should be from publications of the latest ten years and minimally 80% of them are taken from primary references (Journals and Patents).
  • The list of references should be arranged alphabetically according to authors’ last names (with­out academic degrees).
  • Quotation source and list of references should comply with the system of American Psy­cho­lo­gical Association (APA), as follows:

     - Book with one author

      Henry, A. (2011). Understanding strategic management. Oxford:    Oxford  University Press.

     - Book with two authors

      Brigham, E. F. & Ehrhardt, M.C. (2010). Financial management:    Theory & Practice. Thirteen Edition. Boston: South-Western College  Publishing.

    - Article from a book containing a compilation of articles

      Moretti, E. (2011). Local labor market. In O. Ashenfelter, & D. Card (Eds.), Handbook of la­bor economics volume 4B (pp. 1237–1313). North Holland: Elsevier.

    - Book with no author

       Merriam-Webster’s collegiate dictionary. (2013). Spring-field, MA: Merriam-Webster.

     - Periodicals: journal and magazine

      Weinberg, M. C. (2011). More evidence on the performance of merger simulations. Ame­rican Economic Review, 101(3), 51–55.

    - Newspaper article with author

      Schwartz, J. (2012, September 30). Obesity affects economic, social status. The Washington Post, pp. Al, A4.

    - Newspaper article with no author

       A new drug appears to sharply cut the risk of death from heart failure. (2012, July 15). The Washington Post, p. A12.

    - Paper from Seminar, workshop, and training

      Suharyadi, A. (2011). Mix-methods approach and attributed problems in impacts eva­lua­tion. A paper presented at the workshop: Impacts Evaluation in the Social Inter­ven­tion Program, Depok, Indonesia.

    - Thesis, dissertation, research report

      Johnson, T. L. (2011). Information in options markets. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Stanford, Stanford.

    - Institution official document

       Bursa Efek Indonesia. (2010). Directory of the Indonesian capital market: Supporting ins­ti­tu­tions and supporting professionals. Jakarta: Bursa Efek Indonesia.

    - Internet

      Strauss, J. (2011). Global growth hits the soft patch, expected to rebound. Retrieved November 18, 2013, from http://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/survey/2011/NEW06171A.

3. All pages of the article should be given chronological numbers which are put in the center bottom of each page.

 

B. WRITING SYSTEMATICS

 

TITLE: ADDITIONAL TITLE 

Author’s name

Name and Complete Address of Author’s Institution

Author’s email 

Abstract 

Contains a substantial summary of the problem and purpose of the study, the sub­ject of the study (number and specification), the research method applied in the study (da­ta collecting and data analysis), the results and implications of the study. The abstract should be followed by keywords which show the basic concept of the study. 

Introduction 

Contains the background of the study, formulation of the problem, the purpose of the study, theoretical frame­work which forms the base of the study, and results of latest empirical studies. Results of quantitative stu­dies should be accompanied by hypotheses of the study.  

Research Method 

Contains the plan or design of the study which includes the subject of the study (population and sample), the operational or conceptual definition, the method and procedure of data collecting and data processing. 

Result and Discussion 

Contains the results of data processing and hypothetical tests (for quantitative study), analysis and dis­cussion of the results of the study. The discussion may include comparisons to empirical studies which have been performed previously. 

Conclusions and Implications 

Present the conclusions of the study and the implications of the results of the study. 

References 

Includes all the sources referred to in the article.

 

 

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 Double Blind Review have been followed.
 

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