Articles can be written in good and correct English or Indonesian. Articles can be in the form of research results, theoretical studies (state of the art), as well as analysis and solving problems in economics that are relevant to the field of economics, which have never been published in other publication media.
Articles must be written on A4 (210 x 297 mm) HVS paper. Articles are written without page numbers and arranged in order of topics of discussion: Introduction, Research Methods (or Model Development), Results and Discussion, Conclusions, Acknowledgments (optional), Notation List (optional) and Bibliography. Abstract and title are written in 2 (two) languages, namely Indonesian and English.
Authors can also download templates from Greenomika. The article begins with the article title with 16 pt bold font UPPER CASE format. The author's name is written under the title in the Title Case font 12 pt bold format. The author's name is written in full without an academic degree. Apostrophes are written after the author's name in superscript format. The name of the institution (institution of origin, address, telephone number, facsimile number and e-mail) is written below the author's name in Times New Roman with Title Case format, 10 pt. If there is more than one author, an email should be written for the corresponding author. The title of the article, the author's name and the name of the institution are written in the middle. The distance between the title and the author's name is 2 spaces (10 pt) and the distance between the author's name and the name of the institution is 1 space (10 pt)
Abstract title is written in centered regular letters with 10 pt bold format. The distance between the abstract title and the name of the institution is 2 spaces (10 pt). The distance between the abstract text and the abstract title is 1 space (10 pt). Abstract is written in italic (Italic) with a length of 150-200 words, with a left margin of 35 mm and a right margin of 30 mm. Abstract is written in one column format. Keywords are written below the abstract text, arranged in alphabetical order and separated by semicolons. The title of the keyword is written in a regular format with a 10 pt bold font while the keyword is written in italics.
Abstract written in English and Indonesian. If the article is in Indonesian, the English abstract should be written with the title in English. If the article is in English, the Indonesian abstract should be written with the title in Indonesian. The title in the abstract is written before the abstract in SENTECE CASE Bold format.
The contents of the article are written in the format of a left margin of 25 mm, a right margin of 20 mm, a bottom margin of 20 mm and a top margin of 30 mm. The header distance from the paper edge is 20 mm, and the footer distance from the paper edge is 13 mm. Articles are typed in the MS Word program with Times New Roman typeface with 12 pt font, 2 spaces and in one column format. Each article consists of a maximum of 20 pages (including figures and tables) and is written justified. Writing paragraphs on the left edge of the line with a new paragraph spacing of 12 pt (the beginning of the paragraph is not indented).
Subtitles are written in bold with UPPER CASE format and arranged left aligned without numbers and underscores. Subtitles are written in bold with Title Case format and arranged left aligned without numbers and underscores. The subtitles are written in bold with Sentence case format and arranged left aligned without numbers and underscores.
Figures and Tables are placed in text groups and are captioned. Figures and tables are followed by the title of the figure which is placed below the figure in question and the title of the table which is placed above the table in question. Figure titles and table titles are numbered sequentially. Images are guaranteed to be printed clearly even if they are reduced to 50%. Pictures or diagrams/schematics should be placed between groups of text. Image is not framed. For color images or graphics, please send 300 sheets if you want to print in color. The table is displayed without vertical lines, while the horizontal lines only show 3 main horizontal lines, namely 2 horizontal lines for column heading items and a closing line from the bottom row.
Equations are centered and numbered in brackets. The number is placed at the end of the right margin of the column.
The system for writing citations/snippets of a manuscript or literature uses the APA Style system. The source of the literature written in the description only consists of the name of the author and the year of publication. Example: The sampling technique is a way of determining the number of samples in accordance with the sample size that will be used as the actual data source, taking into account the nature and distribution of the population to obtain a representative sample (Hardani, 2020). According to Sanyono (2020), ……… and so on.
The bibliography is arranged alphabetically without numbering and the distance between the bibliography is 1 space (10 pt). The writing rules used are APA (American Psychological Association) and Mendeley.
Articles/chapters in anthology books
Albrecth, M.C. 1970. Arts as an institution. Dalam Albrecth, M.C., Barnett, J.M. & Griff, M. (eds), The sociology of art and literature; A reader, (hlm.1—26). New York: Preager.
Berger, P.L. & Luckmann, T. (1990). Tafsir sosial atas kenyataan. (Basri, H., penerjemah). Jakarta: LP3ES.
Thesis and dissertation
Firman, Y. (1992). Bagurau: Analisis struktur. (Skripsi). Universitas Andalas.
Moore, L. (1985). Songs of the pakpak of North Sumatra. (Thesis Ph.D.), Monash University, Melbourne.
Hardjana, A. (1994). Kritik sastra: Sebuah pengantar. Jakarta: Gramedia Pustaka Utama.
Lindsay, J. (1995). Cultural policy and the performing arts in Southeast Asia. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land-en Volkenkunde 151 (4), 656—671.
Article in proceedings
Sungkowati, Y. (2010). Persoalan lingkungan hidup dan urbanisasi dalam beberapa cerpen Indonesia. Prosiding Konferensi Internasional Kesusasteraan XXI HISKI Sastra dan Budaya Urban dalam Kajian Lintas Media, 78-90. Surabaya: Airlangga University Press.
Shackelford, W. (2000). The six stages of cultural competence. In Diversity central: Learning. Retrieved April 16, 2000, from http://www.diversityhotwire.com/learning/cultural_insights.html