|Peer Review Policy
|Focus and Scope
|Plagiarism and Retraction
|Open Access Statement
|Statistics & Traffics
Focus and Scope
Searching for and managing company or organization funds, planning, budgeting, auditing, managing and controlling funds owned by an organization or company.
Consumer behavior and dynamics, market demand analysis, price theory, recognizing market segmentation, selecting promotional or advertising methods and media and aspects of other marketing activities.
Human Resources Management
Human resource planning, implementation, recruitment, training, employee or employee career development as well as carrying out initiatives for organizational development of an organization or company.
The part of management that is closely related to supervising, designing and controlling production activities. Apart from that, this management is tasked with controlling production activities and the process of improving business activity strategies in terms of the production of goods and services.
formulating, implementing and evaluating strategic decisions between functions that enable an organization to achieve its goals in the future. The process of establishing organizational goals, developing policies and planning to achieve those goals, and allocating resources to implement policies and plan for achieving organizational goals.
Analyze, build and develop a desire to achieve goals through innovative ideas, opportunities, better ways of carrying out a desire to the creation of new businesses in conditions full of risk.
Management Information System
The study used for decision making, and for the coordination, control, analysis, and visualization of information in an organization. The study of the management information systems involves people, processes and technology in an organizational context.
Other topics in the field of business administration
Peer Review Process
Publishing articles on NAWASENA jurnal administrasi dan manajemen bisnis only depends on scientific validity and coherence which are assessed by our editors and / or peer reviewers, who will also assess whether the writing can be understood and whether the work is a useful contribution in the field. nawasena appreciates the efforts and suggestions made by the reviewers.
Initial evaluation of manuscripts
The editor will first evaluate all submitted manuscripts within a maximum of 4 weeks. Although rare, it is quite possible for an outstanding manuscript to be received at this stage. Those rejected at this stage were not original enough (too high similarity level), had serious scientific deficiencies, or were outside the aims and scope of NAWASENA jurnal administrasi dan manajemen bisnis. Those that meet the minimum criteria are forwarded to the reviewers for review. It usually takes up to 8 weeks.
Type of peer review
Submitted manuscripts will generally be reviewed by two to three experts who will be asked to evaluate whether the manuscript makes scientific sense, whether it is a duplicate of an already published work, and whether or not the manuscript is clear enough to be published. The method is blind peer review.
Reviewers were asked to evaluate whether the manuscript:
- Be original by clearly stating goals and gaps
- Does it make sense methodologically
- Follow appropriate ethical guidelines
- Have results/findings presented clearly and support conclusions
- Correctly reference previous relevant work/research
NAWASENA jurnal administrasi dan manajemen bisnis is a journal that is published twice a year (twice a year). Publication schedule in December and June of the current year.
Open Access Policy
This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.
Benefits of open access for the author, include:
- Free access for all users worldwide
- Increased visibility and readership
- No spatial constraints
Works/articles in this journal are bound to Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License License.
No fees are incurred for article processing, submission, or reviewing articles.
Based on the above conditions, we are fully exempt for authors from developing countries if they need to submit papers to NAWASENA jurnal administrasi dan manajemen bisnis.
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Publication Ethics Statement
NAWASENA jurnal administrasi dan manajemen bisnis is a journal that uses the peer-review method. This statement explains the ethical behavior of all parties involved in the act of publishing articles in this journal, including the author, chief editor, editorial board, peer-reviewer, and publisher (STMI Jakarta Polytechnic). This statement is based on the statement COPE’s Code of Conduct and Best Practice Guidelines for Journal Editors and COPE's Core Practices.
Plagiarism and Retraction Policy
The NAWASENA Editorial Board recognizes that plagiarism is unacceptable and has therefore established the following policy stating specific (penalty) measures after identifying plagiarism/similarity in articles submitted for publication on NAWASENA. NAWASENA will use originality checker software iThenticate as a tool to detect text similarity in article manuscripts and the final version of the article which is ready for publication. A maximum of 25% similarity is allowed for submitted papers. If we find more than 25% similarity index, the article will be returned to the author for correction and resubmission.
Plagiarism involves "the use or imitation of another author's language and thought and representation of them as one's own original work."
Papers must be original, unpublished, and not awaiting publication elsewhere. Any material taken verbatim from other sources needs to be clearly identified as different from the current original text by (1) indentation, (2) use of quotation marks, and (3) identification of the source.
Any text in excess of fair use standards (defined here as more than two or three sentences or its equivalent) or graphic material reproduced from other sources requires permission from the copyright holder and, where applicable, the original author and also requires identification source; for example, previous publications.
When plagiarism is identified, the Editor-in-Chief is responsible for reviewing the paper and will approve steps according to the level of plagiarism detected in the paper according to the following guidelines:
Short passages from other articles are plagiarized without any important data or ideas taken from other papers
Action: A warning is given to the author and a request to amend the text and cite the original article is properly made
Medium: Most papers are plagiarized without proper citation to the original paper
Action: The submitted article is rejected and the author is prohibited from submitting further articles for one year
Severe: Most papers are plagiarized involving reproduction of original results or ideas presented in other publications
Action: Papers are rejected and authors are prohibited from submitting further articles for five years.
It is understood that all authors are responsible for the content of their submitted papers as they all read and understand nawasena's Copyright and License Terms. If plagiarism is penalized, all authors will be subject to the same penalty.
If a second case of plagiarism by the same author is identified, a decision on the action to be taken will be made by the editorial board (Editor-in-Chief and Editorial Members) with the Chief Editor-in-Chief. Authors may be banned from submitting further articles forever.
This policy also applies to material reproduced from other publications by the same author. If an author uses previously published text or graphics, the appropriate paragraph or figure should be identified and the previous publication referenced. It is understood that in the case of review papers or tutorial papers, most of the material has been previously published.
Authors must identify the source of previously published material and obtain permission from the original author and publisher. If an author submits a manuscript to NAWASENA with significant overlap with a manuscript submitted to another journal concurrently, and this overlap is discovered during the review process or after the publication of both papers, the editor of the other journal will be notified and the case will be treated as a case of severe plagiarism . Significant overlap means the use of identical or nearly identical graphics and identical or slightly modified text on one half or more of the paper. For self-plagiarism which is less than half of the paper but more than one-tenth of the paper, the case must be treated as intermediate plagiarism. If self-plagiarism is limited to the method section, the case will be considered minor plagiarism.
If an author uses some previously published material to clarify the presentation of new results, the previously published material should be identified and differences from these publications should be noted. Permission to republish must be obtained from the copyright holder. In the case of a manuscript originally published in conference proceedings and then submitted for publication at NAWASENA either in identical form or in an expanded form, the author must identify the name of the conference proceedings and the date of publication and obtain permission to republish from the copyright holder. The editor may decide not to accept this paper for publication.
However, an author is permitted to use material from an unpublished presentation, including visuals, in a subsequent journal publication. For submitted publications that were originally published in another language, the title, date, and journal of the original publication must be identified by the author, and copyright must be obtained. Editors may accept publication of such translations to appeal to a wider audience. Editors can select specific published papers (for example, “historic” papers) for republishing to provide a better perspective of a series of papers published in a single issue of NAWASENA. This republication must be clearly identified as such and the date and journal of the original publication must be given, and permission from the author and publisher must be obtained.
The NAWASENA layout editor for Journals is responsible for maintaining the list of penalized authors and will check that no author of submitted papers is on this list. If a banned author is identified, the layout editor will notify the Chief Editor who will take appropriate action. This policy will be posted on the website with instructions for submitting the manuscript, and a copy will be sent to the author with a confirmation email upon initial receipt of their original manuscript.
Retraction and/or Corrections
NAWASENA Editors will consider revoking publication if:
- They have clear evidence that the findings are unreliable, either as a result of gross errors (e.g., calculation errors or experimental errors) or as the result of fabrication (e.g., data) or falsification (e.g., image manipulation)
- That is plagiarism
- The findings have previously been published elsewhere without proper attribution to the prior source or disclosure to the editor, permission to republish, or justification (i.e., cases of overpublishing).
- It contains material or data without permission to use
- Copyright has been infringed or there is some other serious legal issue (e.g. defamation, privacy)
- It reports unethical research
- It has been published solely on the basis of a compromised or manipulated peer review process
- The author failed to disclose any major conflicts of interest (aka conflicts of interest) that, in the view of the editors, would unduly influence the interpretation of the work or recommendations by editors and peer reviewers.
Notice of revocation will:
- Linked to pulled articles where possible (i.e., in all online versions)
- Clearly identify the withdrawn article (for example, by including the title and author in the retraction header or citing the withdrawn article)
- Clearly identified as a retraction (i.e., distinct from other types of corrections or comments)
- Issued immediately to minimize harmful effects
- Freely available to all readers (i.e., not behind access barriers or available only to subscribers)
- State who retracted the article
- State the reason for the revocation
- Be objective, factual and avoid inflammatory language
Repeal is usually not appropriate if:
- The authorship is disputed but there is no reason to doubt the validity of the findings
- The main findings of this work are still reliable and corrections adequately address errors or concerns
- The editors either have inconclusive evidence to support the retraction or are awaiting additional information such as from an institutional investigation
- The author's conflict of interest has been reported to the journal after publication, but in the view of the editor, this is unlikely to affect the interpretation or recommendations or conclusions of the article.
NAWASENA Editors will consider issuing a statement of concern if:
- they receive inconclusive evidence from research or publication of errors by the authors
- there is evidence that the findings are unreliable but the author's agency will not investigate the case
- they believe that an investigation into alleged misconduct related to publication has not been or will not be fair and impartial or conclusive
- investigation is under way but a decision will not be available for a considerable time to come
NAWASENA editors will consider issuing corrections if:
- a fraction of reliable publications prove to be misleading (mainly due to honest errors)
Every article submitted to nawasena must use reference management software, e.g. Mendeley.