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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.
  • 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.
  • The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.

Author Guidelines

A manuscript should be submitted electronically in a .docx file through the Journal Management System. If you encounter any issues, contact the Editor-in-Chief at or the Associate Editors. After submission, the editor in charge will review it to ensure it's suitable. If more evaluation is needed, the manuscript goes to two or more reviewers; otherwise, the editor might reject it. Here are some guidelines for preparing your manuscript:

Types of articles. Our focus is on publishing high-quality papers that make substantial contributions to theory and/or practice. The types of articles can vary and include literature reviews or research paper.

Manuscript. The paper submitted to the Jurnal Teknobisnis should not be copyrighted, accepted for publication, or under review by any other journals. When submitting a paper to the journal, it must comply with publication ethics, which means it must be original and free from plagiarism. In the cases of multiple authors, all contributors should be aware of the submission made by the corresponding author.

Copyright. It is the responsibility of authors to secure proper permissions from copyright owners or authorities for any copyrighted materials used in the paper that come from external sources. Although not obligatory, authors are encouraged to include a cover letter with their manuscript. In this letter, authors can state that the paper is an original contribution not being considered by any other journal. Authors can also mention any funding received.

Author’s Data. A dedicated page in the paper should contain the title, names of authors, affiliations, addresses, and country. Please include the email for the corresponding author.

Languages. All manuscripts should be written in English.

Formation. The main body of the paper is anonymous and does not reveal the authors' identities. The manuscript should be typed in MS Word, utilizing a 12-point Segoe UI Semilight font. Maintain consistent single spacing throughout the document, utilizing a single-column layout. Manuscripts should be concise, with a length of fewer than 6000 words.

Manuscript Structure. When composing an original research paper, it is essential to structure the main sections in a sequential manner, such as the following: 1. Introduction, 2. Literature Review, 3. Material and Method, 4. Result and Discussion, Conclusion, Acknowledgement, Credit, and References. You have the option to present the analysis or discussion in its distinct section if you prefer. The Acknowledgment section is optional.

When composing a review paper, it is essential to structure the main sections in a sequential manner, such as the following: 1. Introduction, 2. Literature Review, 3. Material and Method, 4. Findings, 5. Discussion, Conclusion, Acknowledgement, Credit, and References. The Research Method section ought to encompass (and not be limited to) a description of the study's goals and research inquiries, the strategy and criteria employed for the search, the process of collecting and selecting data, and the assessment of methodological quality. You have the option to present the analysis or discussion in its distinct section if you prefer. The Acknowledgment section is optional.

Abstract. The abstract, consisting of a single paragraph (between 150-200 words), should not incorporate formulas or references. Instead, it should elucidate the study's context, research process/methodology, and key findings. The abstract also includes 3 to 6 keywords.

Introduction. The Introduction section should underscore the research's context, motivation, existing gaps, and the study's objectives. Authors should effectively position their paper within the existing literature, creating a strong connection.

Literature Review. The Literature Review section should briefly explain the literature review and supporting theories of this research. You may need to subdivide the Literature Review section into multiple subsections. There is no need to put numbers in subsections.

Methods. The Methods section should exclusively address the methodology. Briefly provide a concise overview of the proposed study method.

Results. In the Results section, the emphasis should be on interpretation rather than reiteration of information from the Results section. Authors are encouraged to re-establish connections with existing literature to facilitate comparisons, where applicable.

Figures and Tabels. Tables should provide valuable information, not simply replicate content from the text. Each table should be assigned a number, and the caption should effectively communicate the table's content. Please provide editable files, avoiding the use of images for tables. All figures and tables should be equipped with clear captions and placed directly within the main body of the paper, rather than compiled at the end.

Equations. Equations should be appropriately numbered.

Conlusions. The Conclusions section should encompass the research outcomes and should additionally indicate forthcoming research endeavors.

Credit. Each published article must incorporate contribution statements to enhance transparency, clearly describing the role of each author. These contributions should be presented as a distinct section within the article. Several examples are presented as follows:

Author 1 [Full name]: Conceptualization, Methodology, Resource, Writing, Validation and Visualization. Author 2 [Full name]: Conceptualization, Methodology, Validiation, Review, and Supervision.

Acknowledgements. If needed, acknowledgments should be placed before the reference list. When your paper is a result of funded research, please acknowledge the funding source.

References. Regarding the review process, authors must use APA (American Psychological Association) 7th reference style. It is advisable to employ referencing management tools like Mendeley, EndNote, or Zotero to ensure consistency.

When citing references in the text, use the last name(s) of the author(s) and the publication year (e.g., White, 2018). If there are two authors, include both last names (e.g., White and Lee, 2018). For references with three or more authors, cite the first author followed by "et al." (in italics, e.g., White et al.). At the end of the article, list the references in the alphabetical order of the last name of the first authors.

For books: Last name, initials (year), title (italic), publisher, place of publication. For example: Silver, E. A., Pyke, D. F., Peterson, R. (1998). Inventory Management and Production Planning and Scheduling, 3rd Edition, John Wiley, New York.

For journals: Last name, initials (year), article title. Journal Name (italic), volume, number, page numbers. For example, Askin, R.G. (1981). A procedure for production lot sizing with probabilistic dynamic demand. AIIE Transactions 13 (2), 132 – 137.

For Conference Proceedings: Last name, initials (year), article title. Conference Name (Italic), Conference Location, page numbers. For example: Anderson, J.C. (1987) Current status of chorion villus biopsy, Proceedings of the Fourth Congress of the Australian Perinatal Society, Brisbane, Queensland, 190-196.

For sources from the Internet: Add the URL address and date of access after any possible information, such as authors’ name, title of the article, etc.

Revisions. The revised manuscript, along with the reviewer's suggestions, should be sent to the author. Subsequently, the author is encouraged to provide rebuttal comments or additional suggestions.

Manuscript Template. The manuscript template for review purposes and more detailed information can be found on Jurnal Teknobisnis Template 2023.


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