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Abstract: Manuscripts written in Bahasa Indonesia should have abstract in both English and Bahasa Indonesia. However, any English article is not required to have abstract in Indonesian language. The content of abstract should include research objective/s, methods, results, and conclusion with a maximum length of 250 words and is completed with at least three key words in alphabetical order.
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Original research articles are preferable. However, other types of manuscripts such as review, including book review, conceptual or theoretical framework, and philosophical view, are also welcome. Articles should be systemized as follows: Introduction (should include the literature review), Methods, Findings and Discussion (please include the analysis in this section), and Concluding Remarks (please include the recommendations, if any, here). The typing format of manuscript is as follows: one spacing, font type Amasis MT 11 pts, A4 paper size, use Word for Windows (preferably the 1997-2003 version), maximum of 7000 words in length.
2. How to Write the Title
The article title should be written with center alignment, fonts of Franklin Gothic Medium Cond of 18 pts bold, and a maximum of 14 words. Author name/s should be placed under the article title with title case format, no academic or other titles included, completed with the affiliated institution names. For articles written in Bahasa Indonesia, the title should also be written in English.
3. How to Write the Abstract
Abstract is a very brief summary of the article, so it should include the problem statement, aim/s, methods, analysis, results, and conclusion. For article in Bahasa Indonesia, abstract should be written in both Bahasa Indonesia and English. The maximum length of abstract is 250 words. Indonesian abstract (abstrak) should use Amasis MT fonts 10 pts, while the English abstract should be written in Franklin Gothic Cond 10 pts. The writing format for key words is the same as that for abstract; however, key words should be written in italics.
4. How to Write the Body of Article
The article should be written with left-right alignment using Amasis MT fonts, 11pts. The margin format should be 30 mm top, 30 mm bottom, 30 mm right, and 30 mm left. Header and footer margin is 15 mm. The paper size is A4.
5. Tables and Figures
Title of Table/Figure should well represent the content but be concise at maximum of 12 words. The title of table/figure should be written in bold, center alignment, using Franklin Gothic Demi Cond, 11 pts, while the source of table/figure should be acknowledged immediately after the title in italics using Franklin Gothic Demi Cond, 10 pts, center alignment. For tables, the title and the source should be placed before the table, while for figures the title and the source should be after the figure.
Any person, institution, and/or other party having contributed in the completion of the manuscript can be acknowledged. For a research based article, at least the funding source/s of the research should be acknowledged.
7. How to Write the References
References should be written in one spacing using Amasis MT, 9 pts. Please use APA 6th style (http://www.apastyle.org/learn/quick-guide-on-references.aspx). Examples of references can be seen below.
Amaros J.E, Felzensztein C, Gimmon E. 2010. Entrepreneurshin In Peripheral Versus Core Region;Lessons From Chile. Frontiers Of Entrepreneurship Research.30(15):1-15
Burhanuddin, Harianto, Nurmalina R.& Pambudy R. 2013. The Determining Factors Of Entrepreneurial Activity In Broiler Farms.Journal.ipb media peternakan.36(3):230-236.
Burhanuddin. 2014. Pengaruh Aktivitas Kewirausahaan Peternak Ayam Broiler Terhadap Pertumbuhan Bisnis Peternakan di Indonesia. [Disertasi]: Sekolah Pasca Sarjana Institut Pertanian Bogor.
Bosma, N, Van Stel, A. 2008. The Geography of New Firm Formation: Evidence from Independent Start-ups and New Subsidiaries in the Netherlands. International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal.4(2):129-146.
Bygrave WD, Zacharakis A. 2010. The Portable MBA in Entrepreneurship: Fourth Edition. New Jersey (US): John Willey & Sons Inc.
Fredin S. 2013. New Perspective On Innovative And Entrepreneurship Path Dependence A Regional Approach.
Fuduric N. 2008. Entrepreneurship In The Periphery: Geography And Resources. [Doctoral Research Paper ]. Department of Planning and Development . Aalborg University Aalborg. Denmark.
Giannetti M &simonov A. 2004. On The Determinants Of Entrepreneurial Activity: Social Norms, Economic Environment And Individual Characteristics.JEL classification.11(6):29-31.
Latan H, Ghozali I. 2012. Partial Least Square Konsep,Teknik Dan Aplikasi Menggunakan Smartpls 2.0 M3.Semarang (ID): Badan Penerbit Universitas Diponogoro.
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