Peer Review Process
Iqtishodiyah: Jurnal Ekonomi dan Bisnis Islam, published twice a year since 2015, is a Multilingual (Indonesian, English and Arabic), peer-reviewed journal. This journal is published by Economics and Islamic Business Faculty of Institut Ilmu Keislaman Zainul Hasan Genggong, intended as a vehicle for critical thinking and open to all circles (academics, practitioners, intellectuals and students) with the specification of the study of Islamic Economics.
Iqtishodiyah: Jurnal Ekonomi dan Bisnis Islam is published twice a year (January and June)
Open Access Policy
This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.
Iqtishodiyah: Jurnal Ekonomi dan Bisnis Islam, as a respected international journal, wants to ensure that all authors are careful and comply with international standards for academic integrity, particularly on the issue of plagiarism.
Plagiarism occurs when an author takes ideas, information, or words from another source without proper credit to the source. Even when it occurs unintentionally, plagiarism is still a serious academic violation and unacceptable in international academic publications.
When the author learns specific information (a name, date, place, statistical number, or other detailed information) from a specific source, a citation is required. (This is only forgiven in cases of general knowledge, where the data is readily available in more than five sources or is common knowledge, e.g., the fact that Indonesia is the most populous Muslim country in the world.)
When the author takes an idea from another author, a citation is required—even if the author then develops the idea further. This might be an idea about how to interpret the data, either what methodology to use or what conclusion to draw. It might be an idea about broad developments in a field or general information. Regardless of the idea, the authors should cite their sources. In cases where the author develops the idea further, it is still necessary to cite the original source of the idea, and then in a subsequent sentence, the author can explain her or his more developed idea.
When the author takes words from another author, a citation and quotation marks are required. Whenever four or more consecutive words are identical to a source that the author has read, the author must use quotation marks to denote the use of another author’s original words; just a citation is no longer enough.