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Bisnis & Birokrasi

Journal of Administrative Sciences and Organization

 

 

Instruction for Authors

The JBB accepts manuscripts in the field of public, business and fiscal administration. Articles with following topics (but not limited to): public policy, governance studies, corporate governance, collaborative governance, dynamic public services, e-government, regional studies, local government studies, administrative reforms, financial institutions, behavioral finance, digital economy, innovation, entrepreneurship, microfinance, human resource, knowledge management, leadership, organizational behavior, learning culture, fiscal policy, fiscal administration, international tax, politics of taxation, welfare and national security are welcome to submit.

Authors are expected to follow the provisions made for the preparation of manuscripts. Submitted manuscripts will go through an initial review by the editor-in-chief and be forwarded to two reviewers. The journal (hereafter referred as “The JBB) applies double blind review practice. Thus, authors’ and reviewers’ identity are kept anonymous. Authors are welcome to submit name(s) of prospective reviewer(s).

I. Manuscript Format

The JBB accepts research and review articles and publishes articles in English language. Manuscripts can be submitted in Bahasa or (preferably) in English. Upon successful review process, authors are responsible for submitting the said manuscripts in proper English language. Translators’ details are provided on the website for your perusal. Otherwise authors can use other translators at their convenience.

For manuscript format, please refer to the following instructions:

1. Research Article. A research article is based on original research. It reports the methods and results of an original study performed by the author(s). The kind of study may vary (it could have been an experiment, survey, interview, etc.), but in all cases, raw data have been collected and analysed by the author(s), and conclusions are drawn from the results of that analysis.

A research paper consists of these following parts:

  • Title: The title should consist a maximum of 20 words.
  • Abstract: The JBB requires bilingual abstract, that is authors are expected to submit abstract in both Bahasa and English language. An abstract should have maximum of 250 words (for each of the language version). The abstract provides a brief summary of the research question being addressed, the method, a summary of result and discussion, and conclusions drawn.
  • Introduction: A briefintroduction should cover the theoretical framework, significance of the study and its contribution/purpose. It also includes a review of the existing literature on the topic studied, and the rationale of the author's study. This is important because it demonstrates that the authors are aware of existing studies, and are planning to contribute to this existing body of research in a substantial way.
  • Research Method: A method section, where authors describe how they collect and analyzed data. The JBB welcomes quantitative and qualitative research approach. Statistical analyses are included. This section is quite detailed, as it is important that other researchers be able to verify and/or replicate these methods.
  • Result and Discussion: A results section describes the outcomes of the data analysis. Charts, tables and graphs illustrating the results are typically included. In the discussion section, authors should explain their interpretation of their results and theorize on their importance to existing and future research.
  • Conclusion: Author should develop the conclusion by briefly restating the research question and the result. Author should also discuss the implications of the research findings.
  • Acknowledgment: This is an optional section. Authors may express their gratitude to their counterparts, funding or other relevant parties.

A list of references (titled “References”) is listed on the last section. Authors are required to provide a sound in-text reference (please refer to “Referencing Style” section below). Authors are required to provide a sound in-text reference (please refer to “Referencing Style” section below). The reference list should consist a minimum of 60% materials that are published in the last ten years. The overall word count (excluding title, abstract and reference list) of the article is 6,000 to 8,000 words. Please note that the word count is for final publication in English language. For authors who submit manuscripts in Bahasa, please use your own discretion with considerations to translation and editing process.

2. Review Article. A review paper is based on other published articles. It does not report original research, but it generally summarizes the existing literature on a particular topic relevant to the JBB in an attempt to explain the current state of understanding and theoretical debate on the topic. Review articles are very important, as they draw upon the articles that they review to suggest new research directions, to strengthen support for existing theories and/or identify patterns among existing research studies.

A review paper consists of these following parts:

· Title: The title should consist a maximum of 20 words.

· Abstract: The JBB requires bilingual abstract, that is authors are expected to submit abstract in both Bahasa and English language. An abstract should have maximum of 250 words (for each of the language version). An abstract provides a brief summary of the review question being addressed or rationale for the review, the major studies reviewed, and conclusions drawn.

· Introduction: Introduce the topic and rationale for addressing this topic focusing on why this topic is important. Clearly define exactly what this article will discuss, outline the order in which author will discuss each subtopic to give the reader any background information needed to understand the coming sections.

· Discussion: As the main part of the paper, this section provides the theoretical debate and further discussions about the topic. Authors are expected to demonstrate a strong and deep understanding of the body of literature and coherently expressed their expert review.

· Conclusions: Authors should develop the conclusion by briefly restating the rationale for the review and the purpose of the article, then discussing the conclusions. Authors should also discuss the implications of the review findings and where further researches in this topic or field of study.

A list of references (titled “References”) is listed on the last section. Authors are required to provide a sound in-text reference (please refer to “Referencing Style” section below). Authors are required to provide a sound in-text reference (please refer to “Referencing Style” section below). The reference list should consist a minimum of 60% materials that are published in the last ten years. The overall word count (excluding title, abstract and reference list) of the article is 6,000 to 8,000 words. Please note that the word count is for final publication in English language. For authors who submit manuscripts in Bahasa, please use your own discretion with considerations to translation and editing process.

II. Submission

Manuscript is to be submitted through the Open Journal System (http://journal.ui.ac.id/jbb). First-time author is required to register to the system (http://journal.ui.ac.id/index.php/jbb/information/authors). Recurring author should log in to the system and follow submission instruction.

Author is required to upload two files into the system:

1. One file in word format containing: title, abstract and keyword first in English and then in Bahasa, the full content of the article and reference list. Please upload this file on the second step of submission (“Step.2 Uploading the Submission”).

2. One file in word format containing: title, author name, affiliated institution, and correspondence in the form phone number and email (institution email and private email). Please indicate the name of the corresponding author. Please upload this file on the fourth step of submission (“Step.4 Upload Supplementary Files”).

III. Manuscript Sequence

Manuscript is prepared in the following style:

1. Author’s full name without academic or other title

2. Author's affiliation and email for correspondence.

3. Abstract in English and Bahasa.

4. Keywords in English and in Bahasa, with 3-5 keywords. Keywords are sorted from most important.

5. Font type: Times New Roman. Font. Size 12 pt. Single space. Paper size: A4 with margin of 2 cm all sides. Number of pages does not exceed 25 pages including references. Script editing for all parts of the manuscript (including tables, figures and mathematical equations) is made in a format that can be edited by an editor. Editors may request data used to develop for editing.

6. Page number is placed on the top right page. The first page of the article should not contain any page.

7. Numbers are written in text when it is a single digit number (one to ten), and written in numerical when it is two or more digits (example: 24, 150). Exception is used when numbers are in tables or a list and when used in the unit or quantity of mathematics, statistics, or technical, for example a four-day, 5 miles, 25 years old.

8. Percentages and decimals for technical use can use the symbol (%) and (.).

9. Tables and pictures placed on separate pages and placed at the end of the text. Each table or figure is numbered along with a complete title indicating the contents of tables or graphics.

10. Reference to any table or figure must exist in the text.

11. The Research Article follows below structure:

a. Title

b. Author(s) and their affiliations

c. Abstract and keywords (in English, then in Bahasa)

d. Introduction

e. Research Method

f. Result and Discussion

g. Conclusion

h. Reference

12. The Review Article follows below structure:

b. Title

c. Author(s) and their affiliations

d. Abstract and keywords (in English, then in Bahasa)

e. Introduction

f. Discussion

g. Conclusion

h. Reference

V. Documentation

Reference:

Papers referred to should use author-year format that refers to the paper in the reference list.

• In the text, the work referenced in the following way: last name / family of the author and year in parentheses. Example (Andi, 1984), two authors (Andi and Clark, 1984). more than two authors (Andi et al, 1984), more than two references (Andi, 1984; Cipta, 1990), two or more writing by an author (Andy, 1984; 1990).

• Reference writings are the work of institutional as much as possible should use acronyms or abbreviations as short as possible. Example: (Committee SAK-IAI, PSAK28, 1984).

Footnotes

Footnotes aren't used for reference. Footnotes are used only for the expansion of information that if included in the text could disrupt the continuity of reading. Footnotes typed in space 1 and placed at the end of the text.

Reference Style

Each manuscript must include a reference list (References) which only works referenced. Things that should be considered in writing the bibliography is

1. author's name is preceded by writing a last name or family name

2. arranged alphabetically

3. No mention the pages.

writing done with a system dependent clause

Example:

Books:

Bromley, Daniel W. 1989. Economic Interest and Institutions, the Conceptual Foundation of Public Policy. New York: Basil Blackwell.

Senge, Peter M. 1990. The Fifth Discipline Fieldbook: the Art and Practice of the Learning Organization. New York: Currency-Doubleday.

____. 1994. The Fifth Discipline Fieldbook: Strategies and Tools for Building a Learning Organization. New York: Currency-Doubleday.

Description: If there is more than one written by an author, is not necessary to write the name again, simply draw a line along the four hits

Laws and Regulations:

Republik Indonesia. Ketetapan MPR No. II/MPR/1998 tentang Garis-Garis Besar Haluan Negara.

____. Undang-Undang No. 7 Tahun 2004 tentang Sumber Daya Air, Lembaran Negara Tahun 2004 Nomor 32. Journal:

Chotim, Erna E dan Yulia I. Sari. 1999. Krisis: Peluang bagi Usaha Kecil?. Jurnal Analisis Sosial. Vol. 4 No. 1 (Januari). Hardjosoekarto, Sudarsono. 1993. Perubahan Kelembagaan: Teori, Implikasi, dan Kebijakan Publik. Jurnal Ilmu Administrasi dan Organisasi, Bisnis & Birokrasi, Vol. 1, No. 1 (Januari).

Internet:

Depdiknas Libatkan Elemen Masyarakat Dalam Berantas Buta Huruf. 2005. www.kompas.com. 27 Januari. Kramadibrata, Ade Moentangad. 2004. Pengelolaan Sampah Terpadu. www.detik.com. 13 Mei.

Note: the URL address should be completely written, indicating the source of which website had been accessed.

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 Microsoft Word document file format.

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Jurnal Ilmu Administrasi dan Organisasi Bisnis & Birokrasi Print ISSN: 0854-3844 / Online ISSN: 2355-7826

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