Guidelines For Authors
1. Manuscripts should preferably be written in English.
2. All manuscripts must be clearly typed with single spacing in A4 papers (size 210 x 297 mm).
3. All the abstract of manuscripts approximately 100 – 200 words.
4. All manuscripts are to be arranged as follows:
- NAME OF AUTHOR
- EMAIL ADDRESS
- 1. INTRODUCTION
- 2. LITERATURE REVIEW
- 3. METHODS
- 4. RESULT AND DISCUSSION
- 5. MANAGERIAL IMPLICATIONS
- 6. CONCLUSION
5. All manuscripts that are submitted to the IPMI IJBS are reviewed initially by the
editors. If the article has a sufficient and appropriate research focus, it will then
enter the review process. IPMI IJBS has double-blind review policy.
6. All manuscripts are critically evaluated by at least 3 reviewers. Acceptable
manuscripts are usually returned to the author for consideration of comments and
7. All authors should fill the online registration by providing data includes work
and research experiences, current affiliation and educational background. In addition,
Address, email address, and telephone number of the corresponding author should be clearly
8. Manuscript (soft copy with IPMI IJBS template) should be submitted through online
submission form on the website or sent email to:
Phone: +62-21-797 8888
Fax: +62-21-797 0509
9. All the paper submissions to the IPMI IJBS must be original and should in no way
violate existing copyright which has not been published elsewhere in any language without
the consent of the copyright holders.
10. IPMI IJBS use APA style as reference format writing.
The style to be used is as follows:
BOOK, ONE AUTHOR:
Samidi. S.A. (2017). Business Ethics Concepts, Jakarta: IPMI Publishing
BOOK, MULTIPLE AUTHORS:
Daryanto, W. & Samidi, S.A (2016), Management Accounting (3th ed.). Jakarta: IPMI Business
(Daryanto & Samidi, 2016)
Blase, J., & Anderson, G. (1995). The micropolitics of educational leadership: From
control to empowerment. Retrieved May 01, 2017 from https://eric.ed.gov/?id=ED391252
(Blase & Anderson, 1995)
PROCEEDING, ONE OR MULTIPLE AUTHOR:
Nurfadilah, D. (2017). Determinants of Customer’s Intention to use Murabaha Financing in
Indonesia: Modified the TRA Model. Proceeding an International Multi-Disciplinary Graduate
Conference of Terengganu. Grace Press, pp. 120-130. 512.
Samidi, S.A., Daryanto, W.M., Nurfadilah, D. (2016). The Impact of Microfinance on Poverty
Reduction: Empirical Evidence from Indonesian Perspective. Proceeding an Asian
International Conference. UTM Press, pp.510-522. 601.
(Samidi, et al., 2016)
JOURNAL ARTICLE, ONE OR MULTIPLE AUTHOR:
Baskin, J. (1989). Dividend policy and the volatility of common stock. Journal of
Portfolio Management, 13(4), 19-25.
Dendramis, Y., Kapetanios, G., Tzavalis, E. (2015). Shifts in volatility driven by large
stock market shocks. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 55(2), 130-147.
(Dendramis, et al., 2015)
JOURNAL ARTICLE, ONLINE:
Mitchell, T. (2002). McJihad: Islam in the U.S. global order. Social Text, 20(4), 1-18.
Retrieved December 28, 2003, from JSTOR database:
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.
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the stated purposes of this journal and will not be made available for any other purpose
or to any other party.