Author Guidiliness

Carefully read the submission guidelines as follows:
A. General Requirements
The minimum standard requirements of the International Journal of Global Economics and Finance (IJGEF) be: 

  1. Manuscripts are written in the English
  2. Writing at least 6 pages long and no more than 12 pages. Editors evaluate if the manuscript is more than 12 page
  3. The use of a tool such as Zotero, Mendeley, EndNote or for reference management and formatting, and choose APA (American Psychological Association) Style.
  4. The paper begins with the manuscript title, author name, Author Affiliation, Address, and an abstract written in italics (Italic) all 150-200 Words.
  5. Manuscript with the Online Submission System 
  6. Make sure that your paper is prepared using the Journal management and business paper template and Copyright Transfer Form when accepted.
  7. Notification of acceptance: within 30 (thirty) days after the date the manuscript is sent.
  8. Structure of The Manuscript

Introduction. The introduction should contain (structured) general background, the problem, a previous literature review (state of art) as the basis of a statement of the scientific novelty of the article, a statement of scientific novelty, and the research problem or hypothesis. At the end of the introduction, the purpose of the article studies should be written. In a scientific article, the format is not allowed for the review of the literature as well as in a research report, but expressed in the previous literature review (state of the art) to demonstrate the scientific novelty of the article and can be written development conceptually based on previous research studies.

Literature Review

Background Theory

This section consists of theories that support the research based on original papers or authoritative international textbooks.

Previous Studies

This sub-chapter describes relevant, comprehensive, and updated past studies, related to the topic, as well as summarizes the past studies of what seems to be consensus, settled, and what remains a puzzle that supports the research.

Conceptual Framework (optional)

This section consists of an illustration and description of the conceptual framework to answer the research questions.

Method. The method used to solve the problem is written in this section, Methods must be structured, clear, and understandable as well as the right to use the method.

Results: Type the findings of scientific research by the method used. but must be supported by data and facts sufficient. No discussion on the results of the research findings, this section describes only the findings of the research results.

Discussion:  this section is not re-write the research findings, but more scientifically reviews the results of the research, not restating data obtained from research results. The scientific findings that should be described in Science include: Do the scientific findings obtained? Why did it happen? Why such a variable trend? All these questions must be explained scientifically, not merely descriptive, and must be supported by scientific phenomena. Furthermore, it should be explained also in comparison with the results of other researchers on the same topic. The results of the research and findings must be able to answer the research hypotheses in the introduction.

Conclusions: Each article closed with a conclusion that summarizes the answers to the hypothesis or research purposes or scientific findings obtained. Conclusions do not contain repetition of results and discussion, but rather a summary of the findings as expected on purpose or hypothesis. If necessary, at the end of the conclusion can also write things that will be associated with the next idea of the study.

References. All references in the text of the article should be written in the References section. Reference should contain reference libraries derived from primary sources (journals). Scientific Journal of a minimum of 80% of the total bibliography) published last 5 years. Each article contains at least 15 (fifteen) reference references. The format of writing used in the journal Scientific Management & Business is the format APA 6th Edition (American Psychological Association). 

Writing citations and references using automatic reference management to be more consistent in writing citations and references using reference management application programs such as Mendeley, EndNote or Zotero, or others.

Examples of How Writing Bibliography by APA format 6th Edition (American Psychological Association)

(a) Books

Chapra, M. U. (2010). Islamic perspective on poverty alleviation. Jeddah: Islamic Research and Training Institute.

Islamic Research and Training Institute & Thomson Reuters. (2014). Islamic social finance report 2014. Jeddah: Author.

Romer, D. (2006).Advanced macroeconomics (3rd ed.). New York: Mc Graw-Hill.


(b) Journal Article

Iqbal, Z., & Mirakhor, A. (2012). Financial inclusion: Islamic finance perspective.  Journal of Islamic Business and Management, 2(1), 35-64.



(c) Chapters in edited books

Evans, T. (1997). Democratization and human rights, In A. McGrew (Ed.), The transformation of democracy? (pp. 122-148). Cambridge: Polity Press.


(d) Conference Paper/Proceeding

Cizakca, M. (2004, March).Cash waqf as an alternative to NBFIs bank. Paper presented at The International Seminar on Nonbank Financial Institutions: Islamic Alternatives, Kuala Lumpur.


(e) Research Report

Firdaus, M., Beik, I. S., Irawan, T. & Juanda, B. (2012).Economic estimation and determinations of zakat potential in Indonesia (Working Paper Series WP 1433-07). Jeddah: IRTI.

Wimanda, R. E. (2010). Inflation and monetary policy rules: evidence from Indonesia (Doctoral Thesis). Loughborough University.


(f) Newspaper

Cowan, R. (2001, October 23). Adams asks IRA to disarm. The Guardian, p. 1.


(g) Website material

Asian Development Bank Institute. (2014). Financial inclusion in Asia: Country survey. Tokyo: Author. Retrieved December 4, 2015, from /159308/adbi-financial-inclusion-asia.pdf