We are accepting papers for the next issue. All papers will be subjected to
double-bind peer review. All papers must be sent to:
All manuscripts must be submitted by email to email@example.com
E-mail should include author(s) name and paper’s title and adhere to the standards below.
Manuscripts are accepted for review on voluntary basis by the IJBMR
text of the paper. Abstracts should not exceed 150 words.
Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA), including the appropriate
use of general writing style, grammar, headings, figures, tables, citations,
and references, (visit the following link for more APA info. http://www.apastyle.org/).
without being reviewed.
or is in review for publishing, with another journal.
the manuscript has not been previously published and is not currently being
considered for publishing by another journal.
Preparing the Manuscript
APA format, using a 12-point font size (Times New Roman).
appropriate location in the paper. Papers sent with separate graphic files will not be approved for publishing.
pages. It is highly recommended that long manuscripts be divided into
smaller sections by the use of sub-headings. It is also recommended
that no more than four levels of headings be used.
- For illustration purposes, please Click on the link below to
view the templates to help you understand the correct format for
submitting manuscripts. Please download the template and format
the manuscript as indicated prior to submitting it:
* Providing for adequate editing prior to submitting the manuscripts
is the responsibility of authors. Any manuscript with excessive spelling,
punctuation, sentence structure, or other mechanical problems will be returned
to the author.
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Title (Times New Roman 20 BOLD CENTERED)
Author 1, Affiliation (Times New Roman 14 BOLD CENTERED)
E-mail: (Times New Roman 12 CENTERED)
E-mail: (Times New Roman 12 CENTERED)
Here you should place the abstract. The template is based upon online publications sponsored by the American Psychological Association and reflects acceptable APA. This is an example of a citation (Hickenlooper, 2003). We can easily control the characteristics of fonts: italics ,bold ,and underline.
For readability paragraphs are separated by single line feeds and text is single spaced within each paragraph. Abstracts are always set in italics. Any italics within an abstract are denoted by normal text, or the reverse of italics.
The abstract is bordered top and bottom to clearly divide it from the article’s text.
This is the first paragraph of the article. We can also reproduce elements like the em-dash—a favorite among authors and a frequently overused element. The body of the text is set in 12-point Times New Roman1.
First Level Heading (Times New Roman 14 BOLD CENTERED)
First level headings define the major sections of the article. Many authors do not understand APA style for headings and they use only one heading throughout the article.
Third level headings are flush left and italicized. Note that APA publication guidelines state that second level headings are normally skipped. In many manuscripts it will be necessary for the typesetter to look at and determine what headings are appropriate.
This is a text box for a table or other graphic. The caption is directly underneath flush left.
Fourth-level headings begin a paragraph, are underlined, and end with a period. Standard APA style suggests indenting the first line.
Stevenson, R. (2003). Introduction to Econometrics: Making the connection between economics and finance .
University of Colorado
Zairi, M., & Welch, R. (1997). Latest theories in Business: A practitioners guide to modern business practices Journal of Journal of Journals, 12, 213-212.
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