- SOP of Management in Manuscript
- Author Fees
- Screening for Plagiarism
- Waiver Policy
- Self-Archiving of Papers Published Open Access
Focus and Scope
ATM serves as a conduit for scholarly contributions in the following areas:
1. Business, Management and Accounting
2. Economics, Econometrics and Finance
3. Environmental Science
1. Business, Management and Accounting (miscellaneous)
2. Economics, Econometrics and Finance (miscellaneous)
3. Management, Monitoring, Policy and Law
Peer Review Process
ATM employs a single-blind review process for each manuscript submission. For a detailed understanding, please refer to our Editorial and Publishing Cycle concerning our Peer-Review Policy.
ATM Journal Review Steps
Journal Template Adherence.
Manuscripts accepted for processing must adhere to the prescribed journal writing framework. Authors should consult the journal template for specifics.
Journal checklists Compliance.
Only articles that meet the journal's checklist criteria are accepted for processing.
Two-Stage Review Process
The manuscript review process is bifurcated: an initial review by the Editor followed by a review by a designated Reviewer.
The Editor evaluates the manuscript's alignment with the journal template. Only those adhering to the template progress to the next stage.
Post the Editor's review, manuscripts undergo a plagiarism scan. Only those that clear this stage proceed further.
Manuscripts that pass the Editor's scrutiny are subsequently reviewed by two independent reviewers.
Reviewers are allotted a maximum of 14 working days to evaluate a manuscript.
The decision is based on the comprehensive assessment by the reviewers.
Authors are given a maximum of seven days post-review to submit any required revisions
Revision Deadline Adherence
Revisions submitted post the stipulated seven-day window will be automatically declined.
To maintain the journal's integrity, manuscripts must be original with a plagiarism rate of less than 25%.
Historical Frequency: From its inception in 2017 through 2022, the ATM journal maintained a biannual publication schedule, releasing issues every January and July.
Updated Frequency (2023 Onwards): In response to the evolving needs of the research community and with a commitment to elevating the journal's quality, ATM has revised its publication frequency. Starting in 2023, ATM will publish triannually, with issues being released in January, May, and September.
Submission and Publication Details:
- Manuscript submissions are welcomed throughout the year and, once accepted, will be slated for publication in an upcoming issue.
- Each issue will feature a maximum of 10 papers.
- Authors can submit their manuscripts at any time, without being restricted to specific submission windows.
- Post submission, authors can expect a notification regarding the acceptance status of their manuscript within approximately 8 weeks.
Open Access Policy
Commitment to Knowledge Dissemination: APTISI Transactions On Management is dedicated to the widespread dissemination of knowledge stemming from meticulous scholarly research in the realm of Management. Consistent with this dedication, we urge authors to ensure their research data is readily available, thereby enabling peers to delve deeper into or replicate the presented findings.
Data Availability: For manuscripts where the conclusions rely on specific datasets, authors are advised to incorporate a footnote that clarifies the status of data availability. If applicable, this footnote should also guide readers on how they can access the pertinent data.
Principle of Open Access: ATM champions the principle of open access, believing that unrestricted access to research catalyzes a more profound global exchange of knowledge. Accordingly, all content in this journal is freely accessible to the public.
Licensing: All articles in ATM are published under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (CC BY-SA 4.0). This license authorizes users to use, distribute, and reproduce the content in any medium, as long as the original work is properly cited.
LOCKSS System Integration: APTISI Transactions on Management employs the LOCKSS (Lots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe) system to ensure a robust and distributed archiving strategy. This system facilitates participating libraries in establishing enduring archives of the journal, safeguarding its content for posterity.
Purpose of Archiving: The primary objective of this archiving approach is to preserve the journal's intellectual content and ensure its restoration if ever needed. By collaborating with LOCKSS, ATM ensures that the scholarly contributions it houses remain accessible for future generations, upholding the integrity and longevity of academic work.
SOP of Management in Manuscript
APTISI Transactions on Management has established the following fee structure for authors:
- Article Submission Fee: IDR 0.00 Authors are not required to pay any submission fees when submitting articles to ATM.
- Article Processing Charges (APCs) / Article Publication Fee: $200 (USD). This fee includes an 8% PayPal processing charge. The APCs support the open-access dissemination of research findings and cover various administrative and editorial costs associated with the management and publication of manuscripts. Upon acceptance of an article, either the authors or their affiliated institutions are expected to cover this fee. The fee provides for:
- Standard publication of manuscripts up to twelve (12) pages. An additional charge of $10 per page will be applied for manuscripts exceeding this length.
- DOI registration for each article.
- Similarity check using Turnitin, with the final report available to authors upon request.
- Layout editing to align with the journal's template and standards.
Fee Waiver Policy: The Editor holds the discretion to grant a full or partial waiver of the author fees under specific circumstances, such as financial constraints, unusually long manuscripts, or other valid reasons presented by the author at the time of submission. Authors seeking a waiver should indicate their request in the "comments to the Editor" section during submission. It's essential to request a waiver at this stage, as late requests are more likely to be declined. Importantly, the decision to grant a waiver will not influence the outcome of the manuscript review process.
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Screening for Plagiarism
APTISI Transactions on Management takes academic integrity seriously. To uphold this commitment, all manuscripts submitted to the journal undergo rigorous plagiarism screening.
The journal employs Turnitin, a leading plagiarism detection software, to ensure the originality of the content. Manuscripts found to have a similarity index of more than 25% may be subject to further scrutiny, revision, or rejection.
Authors are responsible for ensuring that their submissions are unique and free from plagiarized content. It is crucial to appropriately cite and attribute sources to maintain the credibility and authenticity of the work.
Policy Overview: APTISI Transactions on Management (ATM) acknowledges that certain circumstances may warrant a waiver or reduction of author fees. The journal is committed to ensuring that financial constraints or other challenges do not hinder the publication of valuable research.
Criteria for Waiver: The Editor may consider granting a full or partial waiver of the author fees in specific situations, including:
- Financial limitations faced by the author or their institution.
- Exceptional length of the submitted manuscript.
- Other compelling reasons provided by the author during submission.
Requesting a Waiver: Authors seeking a waiver should clearly state their request in the "comments to the Editor" section during the manuscript submission process. It is crucial to make this request at the initial submission stage, as subsequent requests might not be entertained.
Impartiality of Review Process: The decision to grant or deny a waiver is solely at the Editor's discretion and is independent of the manuscript's academic merit. Thus, the waiver decision will not influence the peer review and potential publication of the manuscript.
Self-Archiving of Papers Published Open Access
APTISI Transactions on Management supports the self-archiving practices of authors to enhance the visibility and accessibility of their open access publications.
Guidelines for Self-Archiving:
- Depositing the Published Version: Authors who publish open access in ATM are encouraged to deposit the final published PDF of their article in their institutional repository or any appropriate subject-specific repository immediately upon publication.
- Linking to the Official Publication: To maintain the integrity and authenticity of the scientific record, authors should ensure that a direct link is provided from the archived version to the official published article on the ATM journal's website. The version available on the ATM journal's website is recognized as the definitive and authenticated version of the record.
- Protecting the Scientific Record: The stipulation to link back to the journal's official website ensures that readers can access the verified version of the article, safeguarding the accuracy and trustworthiness of the scientific discourse.