Author Guidelines

AL-MUAMALAT

Journal Hukum dan Ekonomi Syariah

  1. Writing is the author's original work (not plagiarism) and has never been published or is in the process of being published in other media stated with a statement signed on a stamp of Rp. 6000;
  2. Manuscripts can be conceptual, resumes the results of research or thoughts of leaders;
  3. Manuscripts can speak Indonesian, English, Arabic or other international languages;
  4. The manuscript must contain scientific information in the field which includes: (a) Legal Studies: Islamic Law, Comparative Law, Mu'amalah (b) Banking Economy: Economics and Banking
  5. The rules of writing are as follows:
  6. Written in capital letters, a maximum of 12 words are positioned in the center (centered);
  7. Name of the author. Written intact, without title, accompanied by institutional affiliation with full address, and e-mail address;
  8. Written in Indonesian and English between 100-150 words
  9. The systematics of conceptual writing or thinking of the following figures:
  10. Title;
  11. Name of the author (without an academic degree), name and address of the author's affiliation and e-mail;
  12. Abstracts are written in two languages, namely Indonesian and English between 100-150 words
  • Key words, between 2-5 concepts;
  1. Preliminary;
  2. Sub Title (according to the needs of the discussion);
  3. Closing; and
  4. Reference library (only contains reference sources

               Then for the research results script as follows:

  1. Title
  2. Name of the author (without an academic degree), name and address of the author's affiliation and e-mail;
  3. Abstracts are written in two languages, namely Indonesian and English between 100-150 words
  • Key words, between 2-5 concepts;
  1. Introduction: contains background, a little literature review, and research objectives
  2. Methodology;
  3. Results and Discussion;
  4. Closing; and
  5. Reference library (only contains reference sources
  6. The paper size used is 70 gram HVS paper, A4 size, margin: top 3 cm, bottom 2.5 cm, left 3 cm, and right 2.5 cm;
  7. he length of the text is between 15-20 pages, spaced 1 letter Times New Roman, size 12;
  8. Quoting sentences: citation of sentences written directly if more than four lines are separated from text with a distance of one space. Whereas quotes of less than four lines are integrated in the text, with double apostrophe marks at the beginning and end of the quote. Each quote is numbered. The citation system is footnoten (not bodyote or endnotes).
  9. How to make footnote. Footnote is written with Times New Roman font, 10, for various sources, including:
  10. Book: author's full name (without title), book title (place of publication: publisher, year of publication), page. Example: Muhammad Amin Suma, Tafsir Ahkam, (Jakarta: Rajawali Press, 2004), h. 13.
  11. Book translations, for example Syed Nawab Haider Naqvi, Initiating Islamic Economics Ilu, translated by M. Saiful Anam and Muhammad Ufuqul Mubin, (Yogyakarta: Student Library, 2003), h. 50;
  12. Journal, for example: Arif Purkon, "Hermeneutic Approach in Islamic Law Studies" in Ahkam Journal, Vol. XIII, No. 2, (July 2013), h. 184-185
  • Articles as part of a book (anthology), for example: Amiur Nuruddin, "Contribution of Mu'amalah Fiqh in the Development of Islamic Economic Activities", in Azhari Akmal Tarigan (ed), Economy and Islamic Banks in the Third Millennium: Learning from Diving in North Sumatra, (Medan: UIN Press and FKEBI, 2002), h. 2.
  1. Articles from the internet, for example Ahmad Tholabi Kharlie, "Formalization of Islamic Law, Why Not?" In http // www.ahmadtholabi.wordpress.com, downloaded on March 17, 2006
  2. Articles from magazines, for example: Syu’bah Asa, "Blood Thickeners", in Tempo, No. 30 / XXX111 / 20, September 20, 2004.
  3. Papers in the seminar, for example Syahrul Adam, Initiating Zakat and Productive Waqf ", Paper presented at the Islamic Philanthropy Day Seminar for Community Empowerment, organized by the Faculty of Sharia and Law Syarif Hidayatullah UIN Jakarta, 5-6 June 2008.
  4. Reference Library: the reference library is written in alphabetical order, the author's last name is placed in front, for example:
  5. Books, for example: Suma, Muhammad Amin, Tafsir Ahkam, Jakarta: Rajawali Press, 2004.
  6. Buuku translation: Naqvi, Syed Nawab Haider, Initiating Islamic Economics, translated by M. Saiful Anam and Muhammad Ufuqul Mubin, Yogyakarta: Student Library, 2003.
  7. Journal, for example: Purkon, Arip, "Hermneutic Approach in Islamic Law Studies" in Ahkam Journal, Vol. XIII, No. 2 (July 2013)
  • Articles as part of the book, for example Nuruddin, Amiur, "The contribution of Fiqh Mu'amalah in the development of Islamic Economic Activities", in Azhari Akmal Tarigan (ed.), Economics and Islamic Banks in the Third Millennium: Learning from the Experience of North Sumatra, Medan: UIN Press and FKEBI, 2002.
  1. Articles quoted from the internet, for example: Kharlie, Ahmad Tholabi, "Formalization of Islamic Law, Why Not?", In http // www.ahmadtholabi.wordpress.com, downloaded on March 17, 2006
  2. Magazines, for example: Asa, Syu'bah, "Bride of Blood", in Tempo, No. 30 / XXX111 / 20, September 20, 2004.
  3. Papers in the seminar, for example: A'dam Syahrul, "Designing Zakat and Productive Waqf", a paper presented at the Islamic Philanthropy Day Seminar for Community Empowerment, organized by the Faculty of Sharia and Law Syarif Hidayatullah UIN Jakarta, 5-6 June 2008.
  4. Closing: the article concludes with a conclusion
  5. Short biography: biography containing elements of name (complete with academic degree), place of assignment, history of formal education (S1, S2, S3), and field of academic expertise.