Journal History

Economics and Accounting Journal (EAJ) is a publication media of scientific research in accounting and economic field published by Accounting S1 Department,  Faculty of Economics, Universitas Pamulang regularly every four months, namely January, May, September. 

EAJ received research results in both Indonesian and English. The author should state that the results of the submitted research have not been  published in any media. The determination of research results published in the EAJ taking into account the scientific principles and applicable general standards, research methodology used, and the implications and benefits of research on the development of economics and accounting.

1. The title

The title of the script reflects the issues clearly discussed, appeal and in the appropriate Indonesian / English language rules. The title is written using capital letters Times New Roman 14 points (pt), bold print, with space 1 and placed symmetrically in the middle.

2. The author's name

The author's name is listed under the heading with a blank spacing of 14 pt, typed in capital letters without an academic / professional degree with 11 pt letter size, with the name of the institution / institution under the title, 12 pt, bold. If the author of more than 3 persons, listed only the primary author, is provided with et al where another author's name is published in the footnotes or endnotes. Include email addresses from author one and author two (if any). Slanted print email address, 12 pt letter size, bold print. Corresponding author: includes name & email address

3. Abstract / Synopsis

Abstracts at least cover the problems and purposes of research, research methods and research contributions. The distance between the email and the word "Abstract" is given two blank spaces, with 12 pt. Written in one paragraph of 100-150 words, followed by a keyword consisting of 3-5 words in italics. Abstracts are presented in bilingual, English and Bahasa Indonesia. Abstract is typed using Times New Roman 12 pt with single space.

4. Introduction

Introduction contains background research brief formulation of the main points to be discussed, research objectives, and research contributions. Introduction is written after the keyword, with a spacing of three blank spaces, 12 pt letter size, in bold. There is a spacing of 1 blank space from the Introduction to the content of Introduction

5. Theoretical Framework and Development of Hypotheses (If any)

The literature review contains literature references from previous books / research related to the research and development of hypotheses. Typed after the introduction, with two empty spaces, spacing of 12 pt, is in bold. There is a spacing of 1 blank space from the Theoretical Framework to the contents of the Theoretical Framework. For the writing of Research Methods, Results and Conclusions, Implication and Limitations, the writing’s way  is the same as the Theoretical Framework and Introduction.

6. Research Method

The research method contains the research design, target and target (population, sample, informant, or research subject), data collection technique, research hypothesis, variable operational definition, data analysis technique, and analytical method that provide sufficient detail to allow the work to be reproduced

7. Result and Conclusions

The results of the analysis regarding the answers to research questions can use tables, graphs or charts that are accompanied by descriptive discussion, findings and interpretations of the findings

8. Implications and Limitations

Describe the implications of the findings and limitations of the study and if necessary research advice will come

9. Appendix

The tables and drawings in the article only present the results of processing while in the attachment which shows the data processing process, with the sequence number followed by the complete title at the top for the table and at the bottom for the image showing reference to the script

10. References

Lists the bibliographies (excerpt from quotation sources) that are alphabetical in accordance with the author's last name or institutional name.