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Author Guidelines

The Invest Journal of Sharia & Economic Law has a scope of scientific articles, articles published in this journal discuss various topics in the integrative study of Sharia Economic Law in Southeast Asia. Special issues related to Sharia Economics, Sharia Economic Law, and Sharia Finance. This journal welcomes contributions from scholars from related disciplines; All articles submitted to Invest must follow the guidelines as outlined below:

Submissions Submitted

  • manuscripts are original works and have not been published or are in the process of being published in other journals;
  • All submitted manuscripts must undergo a preliminary assessment by the Editor and, if deemed suitable for further consideration, will be reviewed by an independent and anonymous expert. All peer reviews are double-blind;
  • The author must submit manuscripts via online submission or email;
  • Each article must include a title, author's name, institution, email address, abstract, keywords, content, and references;
  • Written in Indonesian, English, and Arabic under scientific writing standards;
  • The title should be simple, concise, and informative and no more than 14 words;
  • The abstract must be in English and Indonesian;
  • The abstract is written briefly, concisely, and clearly, between 150-250 words that reflect: the problem (Issue), research objectives, methods, and research findings. Please also provide 3-5 selected keywords (words or phrases);
  • Manuscripts written in Arabic must always be accompanied by an abstract and title in English;
  • Manuscript length between 3000 - 10000 words; A4 size paper with 1.15 spacing, written in Book Antiqua style font;
  • The contents of the headings consist of an introduction, discussion (headings and subheadings are adjusted to the needs of each Manuscript), and conclusions;
  • Headings can be divided into several sections. Sections must be bold and use capital letters. Subsections must be in bold;
  • Whatever spelling you choose, please apply it consistently;
  • Latin fonts, such as, for example, e.g., et al., Versus (vs.), must be written in italics.
  • All Arabic terms or titles must be transliterated following the Library of Congress guidelines. People's names may not be transliterated;
  • All article references (footnotes and references) must follow the Chicago Manual Style (CMS). A template or article format has been prepared for you to download and use.

The main body of the Manuscript

  • Each article must include a title, author's name, institution, email address, abstract, keywords, content, and references;

  • Written in Indonesian, English, and/or Arabic in accordance with scientific writing standards;

  • The title should be simple, concise, and informative and no more than 14 words;

  • The abstract must be in English and Indonesian;

  • The abstract is written briefly, concisely, and clearly between 150-250 words that reflects: the problem (Issue), research objectives, methods, and research findings. Please also provide 3-5 selected keywords (words or phrases);

  • Manuscripts written in Arabic must always be accompanied by an abstract and title in English;

  • Manuscript length between 3000 - 7000 words; A4 size paper with 1.15 spacing, written in Book Antiqua style font;

  • The contents of the headings consist of: an introduction, discussion (headings and subheadings are adjusted to the needs of each manuscript), and conclusions;

  • Headings can be divided into several sections. Sections must be bold and use capital letters. Subsections must be in bold;

  • Whatever spelling you choose please apply it consistently;

  • Latin fonts, such as, for example, e.g., et al., Versus (vs.) must be written in italics.

  • All Arabic terms or titles must be transliterated following the Library of Congress guidelines. People's names may not be transliterated;

  • All article references (footnotes and references) must follow the Chicago Manual Style (CMS). A template or article format has been prepared for you to download and use.

 

Footnotes and References

Footnotes and references use the 17th CMS (Chicago Manual Style) reference style. Therefore, we recommend using a reference manager application such as Zotero, Mendeley, or Endnote.

1. Footnotes

  • Footnotes for textual material should be kept to a minimum and indicated by numeric superscripts: 1, 2, 3, etc.
  • Footnotes should be placed at the bottom of the relevant page.
  • References must be in alphabetical order. Minimum requirement of 20 references. Must contain references from primary sources (consisting of 80% of the entire bibliography, including journals, theses, dissertations, and other research) that have been published in the last 10 (ten) years. The remaining 20% may include secondary sources (books and other related publications). Implementing reference software such as Zotero, Mendeley, or Endnote is recommended, etc.
    • Book: M. Barry Hooker, Indonesian Sharia: Defining a National School of Islamic Law (Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2008), 5.
    • Journal: Syafi'i Ahmad. Initiating an Accommodative-Transformative Islamic Law in the Context of Legal Pluralism in Indonesia. Justicia Islamica: Journal of Legal and Social Studies, 15 no. 1 (30 August 2019): 1–25, https://doi.org/10.18860/ua.v18i1.4268.
    • Proceedings: Nur A. Fadhil Lubis, “'The Study of Islamic Law in Indonesia: Some Notes on Contemporary Challenges', in the Proceedings of AICIS XII, Jakarta 23-24 February 2012, Directorate of Islamic Higher Education, Ministry of Religion of the Republic of Indonesia.
    • Chapter: Mohammad Hashim Kamali, “The Objectives and Objectives of Maqasid Al-Shariah's Methodological Perspective,” in The Objectives of Islamic Law the Promises and Challenges of Maqasid Al-Sharia, edited by Muna Tatari Idris Necessary and Rumee Ahmed, 7-10. (London: Lexington Books, 2018), 12
    • Thesis or Dissertation: Zainal Arifin, “Model Ijtihad Muslim in Pesantren Temboro” (Dissertation, Yogyakarta, UIN Sunan Kalijaga, 2017), 12.
    • Website: Maria Angela, “Islamic Law in Southeast Asia,” accessed 26 September 2019, http://www.hudson.org/research/9814-islamic-law-in-southeast-asia

2. Bibliography

Should be written according to the example below:

  • Book: Hooker, M. Barry. Indonesian Sharia: Defining a National School of Islamic Law (Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2008), 5.
  • Journal: Ahmad, Syafi'i. “Initiating an Accommodative-Transformative Islamic Law in the Context of Legal Pluralism in Indonesia.” Justicia Islamica: Journal of Legal and Social Studies, 15 no. 1 (August 30, 2019): 1–25, https://doi.org/10.18860/ua.v18i1.4268.
  • Seminar proceedings: Lubis, Nur A. Fadhil. “'Islamic Legal Studies in Indonesia: Some Notes on Contemporary Challenges,'” in Proceedings of AICIS XII, Jakarta 23-24 February 2012, Directorate of Islamic Higher Education, Ministry of Religion of the Republic of Indonesia.
  • Chapters: Kamali, Mohammad Hashim. "Goals and Purposes Maqasid Al-Shariah Methodological Perspectives." In The Objectives of Islamic Law the Promises and Challenges of the Maqasid Al-Sharia, edited by Muna Tatari Idris Necessary and Rumee Ahmed, 7–10. London: Lexington Books, 2018.
  • Thesis or Dissertation: Arifin, Zainal. "The Model of Muslim Ijtihad at the Temboro Islamic Boarding School." Dissertation, UIN Sunan Kalijaga, 2017.
  • Website: Angela, Maria. “Islamic Law in Southeast Asia,” accessed September 26, 2019, http://www.hudson.org/research/9814-islamic-law-in-southeast-asia.
  • Once the proof is ready, the email will notify the author and attach it in pdf format.
  • Authors are asked to examine the evidence carefully. They should remember that the purpose of proofreading is to correct errors that may occur during production. They should, therefore, check for completeness of text, equation separators, figures, tables, and references.
  • Only important corrections are accepted.
  • The author has final responsibility for such corrections.
  • Correction results must be returned within 48 hours and can be resubmitted as a detailed list by email (citing the change location with page, column, and row numbers). Please do not modify PDF proof files, add explanations, or resubmit modified manuscript files.
  • The proofreading paper will be corrected and posted for online publication as soon as it is returned.

Proofreading Stage

  • Once the proof is ready, the email will notify the author and attach it in pdf format.
  • Authors are asked to examine the evidence carefully. They should remember that the purpose of proofreading is to correct errors that may occur during production. They should, therefore, check for completeness of text, equation separators, figures, tables, and references.
  • Only important corrections are accepted.
  • The author has final responsibility for such corrections.
  • Correction results must be returned within 48 hours and can be resubmitted as a detailed list by email (citing the change location with page, column, and row numbers). Please do not modify PDF proof files, add explanations, or resubmit modified manuscript files.
  • The proofreading paper will be corrected and posted for online publication as soon as it is returned. 

Guidelines for Arabic Translation

Arabic transliteration should be written with the following guidelines:

Arab

English

Arab

English

ء

ض

ب

b

ط

ت

t

ظ

ث

th

ع

`

ج

j

غ

gh

ح

ف

f

خ

kh

ق

q

د

d

ك

k

ذ

dh

ل

l

ر

r

م

m

ز

z

ن

n

س

s

ه

h

ش

sh

و

w

ص

ي

y

long vowels: ā, Diphthongs: aw, vv. Tā marbūṭā: t. Article: al-. For detailed information on Arabic Transliteration, please refer to the transliteration system in the Invest Journal Guidelines.

 

Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.

    • Articles must not be currently before another journal for consideration.
    • If your article was previously submitted to another journal, formal written evidence of the rejection or withdrawal of the article from the original place of submission is required.
    • Any exceptional circumstances should be disclosed in the "Notes for the Editor" field when submitting.
  1. The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, or RTF. The text meets the formatting requirements outlined in Author Guidelines - Preparing articles.
     
  2. You must provide the definitive list of all authors when you submit your article. Check all affiliations and contact details are correct. 
  3. DOI for online journal sources, or URL for the internet sources other than online journals, have been provided 
  4. The text is equipped with a line number, written on A4 paper using 1.5 spacing and 2.5 cm margin of all four sides; uses Book Antiqua size 12 point, except for the caption and text within tables and figures using font Book Antiqua, respectively size 9 and 8 point; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  5. The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.
  6. If submitting to a peer-reviewed section of the journal, the instructions in the Blind Review book have been followed. 
     

Copyright Notice

An author who publishes in the Invest Journal of Sharia & Economic Law agrees to the following terms:

  • The author retains the copyright and grants the journal the right of first publication of the work simultaneously licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License that allows others to share the work with an acknowledgement of the work's authorship and initial publication in this journal;
  • The author is able to enter into separate, additional contractual arrangements for the non-exclusive distribution of the journal's published version of the work (e.g., post it to an institutional repository or publish it in a book) with the acknowledgement of its initial publication in this journal;
  • The author is permitted and encouraged to post his/her work online (e.g., in institutional repositories or on their website) prior to and during the submission process, as it can lead to productive exchanges, as well as earlier and greater citation of the published work (See The Effect of Open Access).

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