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NOTES FOR CONTRIBUTORS
 
 
The objective of  Journal of  Logistics and Supply Chain Management (JLSCM) is to develop, promote and coordinate the science and practice in the broad area of Logistics and Supply Chain Management. It also aims to help researchers, lecturers, business practitioners and policy makers to contribute and disseminate information and to learn from each other’s work.
 
1.     Submission of manuscripts
 
JLSCM invites for review original papers, written in English or bahasa Indonesia, in the field of Logistics, Supply Chain Management and related disciplines. Each manuscript must be accompanied by a statement that it has not been submitted for publication elsewhere. Previous presentation at a conference, or publication in another language, should be disclosed. Manuscript should be typed in Microsoft Word with one line spacing, 10 - 15 pages including appendices and times-new-roman fonts. Two copies of typescript on A4 paper size and a CD-ROM with the corresponding file should be sent to the editor. The paper will then be reviewed using an independent blind review (advisory board) and the editorial team. Editor-in-Chief reserves the right to refuse any manuscript and to make suggestions and/ or modifications before publication. Manuscripts, which have been accepted, become the property of the publisher.
 
 2.    Organization of manuscript
 
Title page:
Title (14 pt, bold): as short as possible. For article in bahasa Indonesia, please give its translated title in English.
Authors (11 pt, normal): full names of all authors without academic degree titles.
Address (11 pt, normal): position, department, name of institution, full postal address, fax, telephone and email numbers
Abstract (11 pt, italic): only in English, approximately 100 to 150 words.
Keywords (11 pt, normal): two to five words.
 
Main text (11 pt, normal):
Research-based paper may contain the following numbered sections in the given order (subheadings are allowed): Introduction (includes objectives of the research); Literature review; Methods; Result; Discussion; Conclusion; And the unnumbered section: References (Daftar rujukan); Tables; Figures
Non research-based (review) paper may have a flexible format order, but it must include original work done by the authors.
 
References and notes
 
JLSCM uses a numbering system in which references and notes are placed in the same sequences. In the main text, references should appear numbered and between square brackets ([1], [2,3], [4-6], etc.) Full references and short notes should then be placed in number order (not in alphabetical order) at the end of the main text. Reference should be presented as follows:
 
journals:
Chan, F.T.S., Qi, J.H., (2003) ‘An Innovative Performance Measurement Method for Supply Chain Management’, International Journal of Supply Chain Management, Vol. 8, No. 3, pp. 209–223.
 
books: an entire volume:
Chopra, S., and P. Meindl (2007)  ‘Supply Chain Management: Strategy, Planning and Operations', Third Edition, Prentice Hall.
 
books: a section:
Henderson, R. (1997) ‘Managing Innovation in the Information Age’, in: J.S. Brown, (Ed.) Seeing Differently: Insight on Innovation, Harvard Business Review Book, pp.193-202.
 
conference paper (proceedings):
Akao, Y. and Hattori, Y. (1998) ‘Quality System Based on ISO 9000 Combined with QFD’, Proceedings: World Innovation & Strategy Conference 1998 incorporating 4th International Symposium on Quality Function Deployment, 2-5 August, Sydney Australia, pp.1-8.
 
Tables:
Tables should be consecutively numbered (1, 2, etc.) according to their order of appearance in the main text. Each table should carry a short title, describing its contents in relation to the main text.
 
Figures:
All illustrations, whether diagrams or photographs, are referred to as Figures and are numbered sequentially (1, 2, etc.). Please place them at the end of the paper after references and tables, rather than interspersed in text. The figures are expected in the computer file form and/ or made in the camera-ready size.
 
Proof will be sent (in paper or computer file) to the corresponding authors for correction.
 
 

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