Author Guidelines

Article are written in English or Bahasa and used standard scientific usage. Article files should be provided in Microsoft Word format. All papers should be between 6000-7000 words in length. Type the body paragraphs of the manuscript with size 11 Perpetua font, single-spaced, left and right aligned, on one-sided pages and on A4 paper (210 mm x 297 mm) with the upper margin of 3 cm, the lower 2.5 cm, and the left and right each 2.5 cm, for the generation of text, tables, and figures.

 Title (Times New Roman, 16pt, bold)

Title must be brief, specific, and effective which reflect the article content. The length of the tittle is no more than 15 words. Each word of the title should be started with capitalized letter.

 Author name(s) (Perpetua, 11pt)

Full name written as for references.

 Author affiliation(s) (Perpetua, 8pt)

Provide the complete affiliation address of each affiliation, including the postal code number, and, if available, the email address of each author.

 Corresponding author (Perpetua, 8pt)

Handle correspondence at all stages of publication.

 Abstract (Perpetua, 10pt)

The abstract should stand alone. The abstract should be written in English and in Bahasa with the total amount words approximately 250-300 words. The abstract should state briefly the problem being studied, the purpose if the research, the research methodology and important findings of the research and conclusions.

 Keywords (Perpetua, 8pt)

Keywords provide a maximum of 5 (five) words or phrases, written in alphabetical order.

 Introduction (Perpetua, 11pt)

Introduction contains problems, their relationship to earlier work I the field, theoretical considerations (theory studies), the goals and benefits study. If there is a research hypothesis, it can also be stated in the Introduction. The introduction section contains 20% – 30% of the total content of the writing. Each paragraph/paragraph must consist of at least 2 (two) sentences.

 Methods (Perpetua, 11pt)

The methods should be written clearly and briefly containing a clear description of sampling, data collection, analytical and statistical procedures; so they can be repeated by other researchers.

 Results and Discussion (Perpetua, 11pt)

Results should be reported detail, complete and allow the reader to interpret the results. Results can be presented in figures, tables, and text, but should be no duplication. The results are discussed to address the problem formulated, objectives and research hypotheses. Discussion should be consistent, clearly and concisely, supported with suitable literatures. At the end of the discussion, it is recommended to also convey what needs to be done next (what next to do) so that this becomes study material for other researchers.

 Conclusion (Perpetua, 11pt)

Conclusion should be written briefly in single paragraph, but reflects the experimental results obtained based on research purpose.

 Acknowledgement (Perpetua, 11pt)

Collate acknowledgements in a separate section at the end of the article before the references. List here those individuals who provided help during the research (e.g., the source of any financial support received, providing language help, writing assistance, or proofreading the article, etc.).

 References (Perpetua, 11pt)

References should include all relevant published works and all listed references must be cited in the text. Write the references using a reference manager such as MENDELEY and must contain at least 15 libraries from primary sources or scientific journals by 80%. Quotation and references follow APA style 7th edition and the latter should be included at the end of the article. Follow the styles shown in the examples below for books, specific chapters in books, and journal articles, respectively:

Agung, I. D. G., & Daryanto, J. (2017). Analisis Integrasi Pasar Beras di Provinsi Bali. Jurnal Agribisnis Dan Agrowisata (Journal of Agribusiness and Agritourism), 6(1), 115–121.

Jamil, A. S. (2015). Analisis permintaan impor garam indonesia [Institut Pertanian Bogor].

Jamil, A. S., Hidayat, H., & Destiarni, R. P. (2021). A Study on the Impact of Internship Program Towards Farmers Income (The Members of the Japan Internship Association of East Java). International Journal of Social Science and Economic Research, 6(3), 1092–1104.

Novanda, R. R., Khaliqi, M., Jamil, A. S., & Bakhtiar, A. (2020). Factors affects agricultural entrepreneurial intention of agribusiness students. IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science, 454, 012038.


Syechalad, N., Masbar, R., & Nasir, M. (2017). THE ANALYSIS OF FACTORS AFFECTING CPO EXPORT PRICE OF INDONESIA. In European Journal of Accounting Auditing and Finance Research (Vol. 5, Issue 7).

Figures (Perpetua, 10pt)

All figures should be supplied at the highest resolution/quality possible with numbers and text clearly legible. Acceptable formats are .ai, .eps, .jpeg, .bmp, and .tif. Electronic figures created in other applications should be supplied in their original formats and should also be either copied and pasted into a blank MS Word document or submitted as a PDF file. All figures should be numbered consecutively with Arabic numerals and have clear captions. All photographs should be numbered as Plate 1, 2, 3, etc., and have clear captions. We recommend that you use a text box to insert graphics (ideally a TIFF or EPS file with a resolution of 300 dpi with all fonts embedded) as this method is somewhat more stable than inserting images directly outside the text box.

Tables (Perpetua, 10pt)

Tables should be typed and submitted in a separate file to the main body of the article. The position of each table should be clearly labeled in the main body of the article with corresponding labels clearly shown in the table file. Tables should be numbered consecutively  (e.g. 1, 2, 3 etc.). Give each table a brief title (center, space before 12 pt after 6 pt), fill in table size10 pt.  Ensure that any superscripts or asterisks are shown next to the relevant items and have explanations displayed as footnotes to the table, figure, or plate.