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Author Guidelines

The rules for writing the journal EcceS: Economics, Social, and Development Studies are as follows:

  1. Articles must be original writings, are the results of research or studies in the field of applied economics and have never been published in any media and are free from plagiarism elements.
  2. Articles are written in Indonesian and comply with the principles of Indonesian EYD.
  3. The first part: the title, as much as possible do not include the name of the place in the title, the name of the author (written in full without title), writing e-mails is only one author's email (not all), as the corresponding author. It is necessary to pay attention to the coding in the author's name (such as 1, or a or other asterix symbols). If the authors only come from one institution then there is no need to use the code (except only for the corresponding author). Abstract that is not more than 300 words and typed in one space containing the background, objectives, methodology, and research results. Writing keywords is a maximum of 5 words, in the order of writing according to the alphabet.
  4. The introductory section contains the state of the art (briefly reviewed literature review or previous research, 1-2 paragraphs) with the aim of corroborating novelty statements or the significance or scientific contributions or originality of this article. Try to include references to articles from journals of the past 10 years that justify their originality or contribution.
  5. The theoretical and literature review section, sentences that seem definite, which are common do not need to be written down. If you really need writing or linking with a concept / theory, it should be written directly in the discussion section.
  6. Research methods.
  7. In the results and discussion section, show the link between the results obtained with the basic concepts and initial hypotheses. It would be even better, if we discuss it at the level of molecular aspects. The discussion that is made must be supported by real and clear facts, containing conformity or contradiction with other research results.
  8. The conclusion section, answers the problems and research objectives, or can also produce a new concept, based on existing facts and analysis. It's best not to be impressed to discuss it again in the conclusion.
  9. The final section: bibliography, and attachments. The primacy of reference literature, a minimum of 50 percent and a maximum of 80 percent, comes from reputable primary literature / scientific journals. The books that contain the concept of theory can be used as a reference, but the maximum is only 20 percent. The number of references in the bibliography is at least 15 references. It is recommended that the authors use a reference manager application (Mendeley, or Zotero) with the Harvard format.
  10. The article title is written in capital letters.
  11. A new paragraph begins when typing the fifth on the left border. There are no additional spaces between paragraphs.
  12. The use of foreign words is written in italics (italic).
  13. Typing boundaries: three cm left edge, two cm right edge, three cm top edge, and two cm bottom edge.
  14. The separator between words / phrases should be a semicolon (;), not a comma (,).
  15. Tables, pictures and other illustrations are given clear titles, 
  16. numbers and sources. How to refer must not use the location (for example: below, above, the following, etc.). Tables should not be truncated on other pages.
  17. The source of the literature is written by name-year (author's last name, year of publication). The author's name must be exactly the same as that listed in the bibliography.
  18. The manuscript is typed in MS Word, 1.5 spacing, 11 font size, Tahoma letters, with a minimum length of 20-25 pages (A4) including attachments.
  19. Posts must be sent no later than 1 month prior to publication of the journal to the journal Ecces email.
  20. The journal Ecces is published 2 times a year, namely June and December.
  21. Journal of Ecces email:


Copyright Notice

Once an article was published in the journal, the author(s) are: granted to the journal right licensed under Creative Commons License Attribution that allows others to share the work with an acknowledgement of the work's authorship. permitted to publish their work online in third parties as it can lead wider dissemination of the work. continue to be the copyright owner and allow the journal to publish the article with the CC BY license receiving a DOI (Digital Object Identifier) of the work. The journal allow the author(s) to retain publishing rights without restrictions.