Instructions for authors
- First time authors are pleased to register before submit an article. Any difficulties please send e-mail to journal's contact or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Please fill the “Comments for the Editor” with statements below.
I am pleased to submit a research article for publication in The Contrarian: Finance, Accounting, and Business Research (CFABR) titled “………………………………”. This article is co-authored with ……………………. This manuscript has not been published and is not under consideration by another journal. I agree with the journal’s policies and declare no conflicts of interest.
- The article does not contain materials that deliberately attack human rights including nationality, ethnicity, political beliefs, race, or religion.
- The article does not contain materials to violate the laws of the author's country or international laws
- The article should be written in English.
- The article should be written in MS-Word with size A4.
- The article should be written in single space with font of Times New Roman 12 pt.
- The margins of the article (top, bottom, left, and right) are 1 inch.
- The article contains a minimum of 3000 words.
- Any citations should be re-state (please do not copy and paste directly).
- If the article is accepted, the author/s will be requested to sign Author Statements which will be sent to the Editor in Chief. Please download the author statements below.
The article should contains such materials as follows (please use the template below).
This section contains several aspects such as the issues underlying the research, the urgency or motivation of the research, research gaps related to the topic, and research objectives.
This section contains several aspects such as grand theory or relevant concepts, and how the hypothesis is developed.
This section contains several aspects such as the sample and its sources, variables (including their operational definitions), and analysis tools (including the framework or model of mathematical equations).
Result and discussions
This section contains systematic descriptions related to the research background, relevance to the literature reviewed and the hypotheses developed, and the analytical methods applied. The results of data analysis are required in supporting the explanation or description.
This section contains the implications of findings or contributions to the field of knowledge studied.
This section contains sources that are cited for this study. The Contrarian: Finance, Accounting, and Business Research (CFABR) require 15 references at minimum. The references are written in American Psychological Association (APA) with hanging indent from left 0.5" and justify. The examples of reference are as follows.
Pontoh, W., & Budiarso, N. S. (2022). Efficient market and the COVID-19 pandemic: Case of ASEAN-5. The Contrarian: Finance, Accounting, and Business Research, 1(1), 23-29. DOI: 10.58784/cfabr.7
Budiarso, N. S., & Pontoh, W. (2022). The preference of Bitcoin and stocks in Indonesia. The Contrarian: Finance, Accounting, and Business Research, 1(2), 54-60. DOI: 10.58784/cfabr.13
Budiarso, N. S. (2018). Akuntansi berbasis komputer: Pendekatan aplikasi Microsoft Access. Cirebon: Nusa Litera Inspirasi.
Budiarso, N. S. (2019). Metode penelitian pendekatan studi kasus berbasis SPSS. Cirebon: Nusa Litera Inspirasi.
Figures must be placed in the body of the text (after the explanatory paragraph), numbered sequentially, and given a description. Here is an example of a figure.
Figure 1. The returns of big and small
Table must be placed in the body of the text (after the explanatory paragraph), numbered sequentially, and given a description. Here is an example of a table.