Author Guidelines

Authors submit their manuscripts by online submission via
https://iem.cdfpublisher.org/index.php/iem/index

Reporting Standards
Authors must present accurate results of the research conducted accompanied by an objective and significant discussion. Basic data must be accurately presented in the article. The article must include adequate information and references that can be referred to by others in future research. Deliberate deception of the report is considered unethical and unacceptable behaviour.

Originality and Plagiarism
Authors should ensure that submitted articles are entirely original, and should be appropriately cited or quoted if the author has used the research and/or words of others.

General Writing Style.

  1. Manuscripts for Journal Arbitration can be in the form of thoughts or results of studies/research. Manuscripts are written in English in a narrative style. Chapters are kept simple, avoiding multilevel chapters as much as possible.
  2. Tables and figures must include the source.
  3. Tables, figures, and mathematical equations are numbered consecutively according to their occurrence.
  4. All citations and references in the manuscript must be listed in the bibliography and vice versa. vice versa, the reading sources listed in the bibliography must be in the manuscript.
  5. The Methods and Results and Analyses sections are optional for papers that are the result of thinking.

Manuscript Sequence

  1. Title,
  2. Author's Full Name and Country,
  3. Correspondence  E-Mail Address,
  4. Abstract,
  5. Keywords,
  6. Introduction,
  7. Methods,
  8. Results and Discussion,
  9. Conclusion, and
  10. References.

Instructions for Each Section of the Manuscript

    1. Title. The title should not exceed 12 words in Indonesian. Authors may also provide a title in English (which does not exceed 10 words).
    2. Author Data. Contains the full names of all authors without titles, the author's institutional affiliation and the address of one of the authors for correspondence (telephone, facsimile and email).
    3. Abstract. Written in English, with a maximum of 300 words for each abstract. each abstract and contains 3 things: the topic discussed, the methodology used, and the results or evidence obtained.
    4. Keywords. Written in English with a maximum of 5 subjects. Keywords contain words or phrases that are frequently used in the manuscript and are considered representative and/or related to the topic discussed.
    5. Introduction. The introduction at least contains the background and objectives of the study/research, relevant previous studies, problems or hypotheses that will be tested in the paper, a brief description of the method or analytical tool chosen, a brief narrative of the results obtained if the paper is the result of empirical testing or prepositions if the paper is the result of thinking. This section also contains a literature review that outlines the conceptual foundation of the paper and contains the theoretical reasons why the study/research question in the article is proposed. study/research questions in the article are asked. In addition, the author can cite previous relevant previous studies to complete the justification of the uniqueness of the contribution of the article. manuscript.
    6. Methods. This section contains sufficient theoretical and technical information for the reader to reproduce the study/research properly including a description of the type and source of data. In case of verification of results, editors and reviewers have the right to request raw data.have the right to request the raw data used by the author.
    7. Results and Analysis. Write the results obtained based on the methods used accompanied by appropriate economic analysis. Can be presented in the form of tables, figures accompanied by analytical descriptions that raise important points based on the theoretical conceptions that have been built. theoretical conceptions that have been built.
    8. Conclusion. This section contains conclusions from the results and analysis of the results and their academic and policy implications, if any. academic and policy implications if any. This section also contains the limitations of the study and limitations of the study and possible further studies/research that could be conducted.
    9. References. The references is arranged in alphabetical order with APA format.  The references listed in the References must be at least 15 references, 80% of which are from the APA style. Bibliography is a minimum of 15 references, 80% of which are from scientific journals and 80% of which are from literature from the last 10 years. from the literature of the last 10 years.