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  1. The Title Must be Written Specifically, Effectively and Informatively as Measured by The Simplicity of The Author, A Maximum of 14 Words Written in English/Indonesian, So That Once Read, The Meaning is Com-prehensively Captured
  2. Full Name Without Degree 
  3. PRELIMINARY
    Contains the background of the problem, research motivation, theory, research objectives written in the form of flowing paragraphs and does not use subtitles and does not use bullets or numbering in the introduction. References are indicated by writing the author's surname/last name and year of publication, without page numbers. The theoretical basis is presented in complete, concise sentences, and is truly relevant to the purpose of writing scientific articles. Example: Febrian and Herwany (2009) found that the best forecasting volatility models for JKSE, KLSE, and IMS are GARCH (2.1), GARCH (3.1), and GARCH (1.1), portfolio investors nor could international investors benefit from diversification between these three equity markets as cointegrated.

  4. METHOD
    The method contains the research design used (methods, data types, data sources, data collection techniques, data analysis techniques, variable measurements) written in flowing paragraphs (not bulleted and numbered).

  5. RESULTS
    Contains the results of empirical research or theoretical studies written in a systematic, critical, and informative analysis. the use of tables, figures, etc. is only used as support to clarify the discussion and is limited to truly substantial supports, for example tables of statistical test results, images of model test results, etc. the table presented is not a statistically processed output, but an informative summary of the results. figures and tables are placed consistently in the center of the page, numbered and titled at the top for tables and at the bottom for figures. OR
    Contains the results of empirical research or theoretical studies written in a systematic, critical, and informative analysis. The use of tables, figures, etc. is only used as support to clarify the discussion and is limited to truly substantial supports, for example tables of statistical test results, images of model test results, etc. The table presented is not a statistically processed output, but an informative summary of the results. Figures and Tables are placed consistently in the center of the page, numbered and titled at the top for Tables and at the bottom for Figures.

  6. DISCUSSION
    The discussion of the results is argumentative regarding the relevance of the results, theories, previous research and empirical facts found, as well as showing the novelty of the findings.

  7. CONCLUSIONS
    Contains a conclusion with a broad generalization of the discussion of research results that is written briefly and clearly, showing clarity of the contribution of the findings, the creation of new theories and the possibility of developing research that can be done in the future. Theoretical and practical implications, limitations and research suggestions are also written in flowing paragraphs.

  8. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
    This section is only written if desired. Contains acknowledgments and appreciation to parties who are considered to have contributed significantly to the completion of the research.

  9. REFERENCES
    The degree of sophistication of materials referred to in the last 10 years. The list of references is expected to be 80% of primary sources originating from national and international research articles. The higher the referenced primary literature, the higher the quality of the articles written with a note that the author often refers to himself (self citation) which can reduce the assessment. One of the references for writing articles as far as possible is taking from previous articles in the Journal of Finance and Banking. Writing bibliography using Harvard Style. The bibliography that is written is only what is referred to in the article and is arranged alphabetically. Authors are required to use citation tools, such as Zotero, Endnote, or Mendeley to ensure that references and bibliography are written in accordance with the writing style in the Journal of Finance and Banking.
    For books/scientific essays:
    Achmad, Suryana. (2003). Kapita Selekta Evolusi Pemikiran Kebijakan Ketahanan Pangan. Yogyakarta: FE UGM.
    Kuncoro, Mudrajad. (2010). Ekonomika Pembangunan: Masalah, Kebijakan, dan Politik (Edisi.5). Jakarta: Penerbit Erlangga.
    For scientific journals:
    Akcay, Selcuk. (2011). Causality Relationship Be-tween Total R&D Investment and Economic Growth: Evidence From United States. The Journal of Faculty of Economics and Adminis-trative Sciences, 16(1), 79–92.
    Atmadja, Adwin S. (1999). Inflasi di Indonesia: Sumber – sumber Penyebab dan Pengen-daliannya. Jurnal Akuntansi dan Keuangan, 1(1), 54-57.
    Endaryati. et al. (2000). Aplikasi fungsi Cobb-Douglas: studi kasus Industri Besi dan Baja dasar Indonesia 1976-1995, Jurnal Bisnis dan Ekonomi Kinerja, Vol 4 No 2 Th 2000.
    Febrian, Erie and Aldrin Herwany. (2009). Volatili-ty Forecasting Models And Market Co-Integration: A Study On South-East Asian Markets. Indonesian Capital Market Review, 1(1), 27-42.
    Gunardi, Ardi, Erie Febrian, and Aldrin Herwany. (2016). The implication of firm-specific characteristics on disclosure: the case of Indonesia. International Journal of Monetary Economics and Finance, 9 (4), 379–387.
    Gómez, Jose Ignacio González., and S. Morini. (2009). A model for cost calculation and management in a multiproduct agricultural framework. The case for ornamental plants, Spanish Journal of Agricultural Research 2009 7(1), 12-23 ISSN: 1695-971-X
    For unpublished theses, theses, dissertations:
    Sukarman, W. (2003). Liberalisasi: Ekonomi Politik Perbankan Masa Orde Baru [Liberalisation: Banking Economy-Politic in Orde Baru Area]. Unpublished Dissertation. Post-Graduate Programme. Yogyakarta: UGM.
    For internet sources by author's name:
    Chain, P. (1997). Same or Different?: A Compari-son of the Beliefs Australian and Chinese University Students Hold about Learning's Proceedings of AARE conference, Swisburne University. Available at: http://www.swin.edu.au/aare/97pap/CHAN97058.html. Downloaded on 3 Juni 2003.
    For internet sources without author's name:
    Write the name of the organization/company as below:
    StatSoft, inc. (1997). Electronic Statistic Textbook, Tulsa OK., StatSoft Online. Available at: http://www.statsoft.comitextbook/stathome.Html. Diunduh pada 27 Mei 2000.
    Official government document Law of the Republic of Indonesia. Nomor 10 Tahun 1998 tentang Perubahan atas Undang-undang Nomor 7 Tahun 1992 tentang Perbankan. 1998 reproduced by the Unitary State of the Re-public of Indonesia.