Author Guidelines

  • File format: Microsoft Word file format is only acceptable for the main manuscript document. All text in manuscripts should be in 12-point Times New Roman font, single-spacedjustified-alignment only.
  • Manuscript length: Each full-length research manuscript should be less than 6000 words, a short comment should be 2500 words, and chapter or book review should be within 4000
  • Sections and subsections: Each manuscript should be divided into clearly defined sections with a number assigned to each major section.
  • Article structure: Each submitted manuscript should be prepared within the following framework.

Abstract: The maximum length of an abstract is 250 words. Suggested contents:  Purpose,  Design/Methodology/Approach, Results, and Conclusion. The abstract is often presented separately from the article, so it must be able to stand alone.

Keywords: Present 3–5 Keywords immediately after abstract. Don’t repeat the title.

Introduction: The introduction should clearly justify the rationale of the study with appropriate theoretical and empirical backgrounds. The introduction should briefly present key findings, contributions, and structure of the rest of the paper.

Literature Review: The literature review section of an article is a summary or analysis of all the research the author read before doing his/her own research. It should clearly be the building block of your article.

Methodology and Procedures: This section should explain the data source (if any) and the empirical methodologies used in the manuscript. Proper reference should be maintained if the paper is produced by following any published methods.

Results and Discussion: The result section should present the appropriate empirical results and make extensive discussions on the overall and critical findings. Relevant literature should be cited to reinforce the findings of the study.

Conclusion and Suggestion: The Journal holds that every single article published must contain some specific policy implication for policy planner of the appropriate regions or countries under study. If the paper is of theoretical nature, the idea of such paper is even more valuable. The conclusion should clearly state the major findings of the paper without much repetition.

References: Follow APA Style

Interested authors are strongly encouraged to submit quality articles for review and publication. All articles judged suitable for consideration will be reviewed in a double-blind peer-review process.