8 - 9 September 2021
John E Smith
Faculty of Anthropology , ABC University, City, Country
Faculty of Economics, University of Lanta, City, Country
Abstract is an epitome of paper. It should start three lines after the authors’ introduction. Written with single spacing, the abstract should not exceed 300 words, without equations, no references, and preferably only one paragraph. Use “times new roman” 12 points and fully justified. Three to six keywords should be provided. Leave two blank lines after the keywords, and then start the main text. All manuscripts must be in English. The length of submitted paper should be 6-12 pages long.
Keywords: 3-6 keywords, sample, nation
Please strictly follow these guidelines while preparing the manuscript. For section title, please use bold, capitalized and times new roman 12 points. For the body text, use times new roman 12 points, and for the sub-section title, use bold times new roman 12 points. All parts should be completely justified.
New paragraph should be started in indented style instead of entered style. References should be cited by specifying the authors’ name and publication year. For Example: Smith (2016) reported that …. The references should be listed by alphabetical order of the first author’s last name.
2.1 Margins and Spacing
Use the following margins: 1” for top and left, 0.9” for right and bottom. Single spacing should be used throughout the paper. Enter once before a section or a sub-section begins.
New paragraph should be started in indented style instead of entered style. References should be cited preferably specifying the authors’ name and publication year. For Example: Smith (2016).
The references should be listed based on alphabetical order of the first author’s last name. Examples are given at the end of these guidelines.
Each figure should be numbered and have a caption centered below it as follows:
Caption should be centered on the top of table. See the following example.
Table 1: Title expression
The length of paper should be 6-12 pages.
Please do not add page numbers
List the references in alphabetical order of the last name of the first authors. Please indent the second and the following lines in each reference. Journal articles, conference proceedings and books should be clearly distinguished. Sources from the internet should be accompanied by their URL (this does not apply for journal articles taken from electronic sources as long as they have the journal names, publication numbers, and page numbers). See example.
For journal articles:
Hendricks, K.B. and Singhal, V.R. (2001). “Firm characteristics, total quality management, and financial performance”. Journal of Operations Management. 19 (3). 269-285
For conference proceedings
Anderson, J.C. (1987). “Current status of chorion villus biopsy”. Proceedings of the Fourth Congress of the Australian Perinatal Society. Brisbane. Queensland. 190-196
Russel, R.S. and Taylor III, B.W. (2014). “Operations and Supply Chain Management”. 8th edition. John Wiley & Sons. Singapore
For electronic sources
Castle, B. (2005). “Introduction to web services for remote portlets”. available at: http://www-128.ibm.com/developerworks/library/ws-wsrp/ (accessed 12 November 2007)