Author Guidelines

RAMBU-RAMBU Journal of MALIA Syariah Economy FACULTY OF ISLAMIC RELIGION UNIVERSITY OF YUDHARTA PASURUAN

P-ISSN: 2087-9636 and E-ISSN: 2549-2578

Research articles and conceptual ideas will be considered for publication in MALIA Journal of Islamic Economics by considering the following criteria:

Articles written in Indonesian or English as much as 20-25 A4 pages, spaced 1.5, margins each 3 cm and typed in Times New Roman font size of 12 points.
The systematic writing of the article follows the following conditions:
Title (not more than 12 words for those who use Indonesian and 10 words that use English).
Author's name (without academic title).
The name of the author's institution accompanied by the correspondence address and e-mail.
Abstract in Indonesian (maximum 250 words) and English (maximum 150 words) typed in one paragraph. The abstract describes the essence of the entire contents of the writing.
Key words are 3-5 words.
Introduction (describing the importance of the study, supported by in-depth theory and based on relevant previous observations and research).
Substance analysis is compiled systematically and not only in the form of a collection of quotations, but the original thought of the writer is very important to put forward (for articles of conceptual ideas).
Research methods (for research articles).
Results (for research article).
Discussion (for research articles).
Closing (for the research article containing conclusions and recommendations).
Bibliography (arranged alphabetically based on the author's name). Example sources from the book: Iltiham, Fahmul. Introduction to Islamic Economics, Malang: Kurnia Advertising, 2014. Sukamto, Muhammad, Islamic Microeconomics, Surabaya: Rajawali, 2015. Sources from the journal: Farida, Alimatul, Analysis of Islamic Bank's Financing and Economic Growth: Case Study of Iran and Indonesia, Journal of Economic Cooperation and Development, Vol. 33, No. 4, p. 1-24, 2012.
Quotes using footnotes, typed in Times New Roman font size of 10 points. Sample sources from the book: Muhammad Nizar, Macroeconomics of Islam in the Order of Life, (Malang: Kurnia Advertising, 2013), page 43 Source of the journal: Gudarzi Farahani Yazdan and Seyed Mohammad Hossein Sadr, Analysis of Islamic Bank's Financing and Economic Growth: Case Study Iran and Indonesia, Journal of Economic Cooperation and Development, Vol. 33, No. 4, 2012.
Tables and figures are numbered and given a title above and a clear source is given below.
Writing Arabic transliteration uses the library of congress. 6. Articles are sent in MS Word (rtf) format to E-mail: nizaryudharta@gmail.com.
Correspondence: - Muhammad Nizar 081249745821- Sukamto 081216653185 8.