Author Guidelines

1. The manuscript is the result of research related to the fields of accounting education, economics education, accounting science, and economics that has never been published or submitted in print or other online media (as evidenced by the results of plagiarism/turnitin using turnitin tools with a similarity of 20% (exclude bibliography))

2. The manuscript is typed in Indonesian (except for abstracts which are in English) with Times New Roman font size 12, spaced one point fifteen, two columns, on A4 paper with margins of 3 cm for the top, left and bottom, while the margins right 2.5 cm. The number of pages including pictures, tables and graphs between 5 to 20 pages.

3. Manuscripts are written with the following systematics and provisions:

(a) Title: written briefly, concisely, using Indonesian and English, and must reflect substance: education and accounting science, as well as education and economics science written in a maximum of 15 words, using Time New Roman, Capitalized Every Word, 12 pt , 1.15 spacing, and bold (Bold).

(b) Author Names: Beginning with the word (By:) all authors are written without being accompanied by an academic degree or any title with a number (superscript) after the name in the order of the authors. Author's name in bold, using Time New Roman, 12 pt, 1.15 spacing. The name of the institution (Prodi, Faculty, University) and the author's email are written below the author's name

(c) Abstract: Abstract contains objectives, research methods, research results and conclusions. Abstract consists of 100-150 words arranged in one paragraph, with non-numeric essay format. Abstract consists of Indonesian and English (italicized) using Times New Roman, spaced 1, 12 pt. The word Abstract is written in bold (Indonesian) and italic (in English). Keywords Consist of 3-5 Words or Phrases or Groups of Words in Indonesian and English (Italicized) and separated by a semi-colon (;) 12 pt.

(d) Manuscripts are written in the following order: (1) title, (2) author's name (along with agency/institution and email), (3) abstract, (4) key words, (5) This introductory section must end with a formulation short (1-2 sentences) about the main points to be discussed and the purpose of the discussion, (6) research methods, (7) results and discussion. (8) conclusions and suggestions, (9) thanks (if needed), (10) bibliography.

(e) Try to print tables and pictures/charts on one page. Table numbers and titles are printed above the table in bold lowercase letters. The number and title of the figure/chart are printed below the figure/chart in bold capital letters. The contents of tables and figures/charts are printed in normal font (not bold). Writing tables uses open tables.

(f) Writing a bibliography: A bibliography contains references used only in writing this article, a minimum of 15 references (sources) from the last 10 years, it is recommended that 85% of scientific journal articles strengthen the justification for the authority or contribution. The bibliography is arranged in alphabetical order without sequential numbers with completeness: name of author/author, year of publication, title of article/book title, name and volume (number) of the journal, page/publisher and city of publication, (referring to the APA citation format (required to refer to the APA citation format) American Psychological Association) 7th edition). Authors are strongly advised to use reference managers such as Mendeley, Endnote, Refworks, Zotero, References which have the plugin installed in Ms Word, and the like to make it easier for writers and reduce citation errors. If present, the featured article's DOI is displayed.

To avoid writing errors that don't fit the template, it is recommended that you first download the article template and write the article in the template provided

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