Call for Submissions 2021

Types of submission:

  1. abstract (150-250 words, including keywords),
  2. full paper (5000-7000 words, excluding figures, tables and references)
    • All submissions to the conference will be reviewed by at least two peers for their topic, quality, validity and contribution.
    • All manuscripts emphasize the implications for practitioners, besides their academic contributions.
    • Author can present his/her working paper with only abstract or extended abstract submitted and published in the proceeding. Full paper submission is required if author wants his/her paper is selected to be submitted to the partner journal.
    • Authors must assure that their submission are free from plagiarism.
    • Authors should follow the given guidelines to submit the paper.
    • 3 Best Paper and 1 Best Presenter Award will get prizes.

ISCLO – Author guidelines for submitting abstract or extended abstract

ISCLO – Author guidelines for submitting paper


The Tracks

All manuscripts cover several organizational aspects regarding learning, knowledge transfer and knowledge creation in the following areas but not limited to;

    • Human Resources Management
    • Marketing Management
    • Accounting, Economics, Financial Management
    • Good Corporate Governance
    • IT & Operation Management
    • Strategic Management
    • Entrepreneurship
    • Public Accounting
    • Auditing
    • Social Accounting
    • Sustainability Development Goals (SDGS)

All manuscripts emphasize implications for practitioners as well as their academic contributions.

Submission Publication

  1. ISCLO proceeding (ISSN 2354 6611)
  2. Opportunity to be published in indexed journals without any fees:
    • Tiar (sinta 2) Akuntansi
    • JAAB (sinta 4) Akuntansi dan Manajemen
    • JEBAV (sinta 2) Akuntansi dan Manajemen
    • JAF (sinta 5) Akuntansi dan Keuangan
    • JAM (sinta 2) Manajemen
    • JBB (sinta 3) Manajemen
    • GamaIJB (Scopus Q3)
    • JAI (sinta 2) Akuntansi dan Manajemen

Selected papers will be submitted to the following indexed journals and should follow the internal review process of each journal.

Others accepted papers will go through review process and published in the official conference proceeding with an ISSN: 2354 6611 that is available online.

Paper submission guidelines

  1. Article files should be provided in Microsoft Word format.
  2. An original article would normally consist of 5000-7000 words (excluding figures, tables and references).
  3. All articles must be written in the UK English. If English is not your first language, please ask an English-speaking colleague or other parties to proofread your article.
  4. Submissions may be formatted in single or double spacing, preferably in Times New Roman size 12 font. All accepted articles will be correctly formatted for publication.
  5. The text of the article should include the following:
    • Title: as short as possible, with no abbreviations or acronyms.
    • Abstract: approximately 150 words, maximum 250 words including keywords. Consists of:
      1. Purpose
      2. Design/methodology/approach
      3. Findings
      4. Originality
      5. Research limitations/implications
      6. Contributions
    • Text
    • References and notes
    • Tables and/or figures and their captions
    • but not the names of authors, their biographical notes nor any acknowledgements.
  6. Please make sure that authors’ names are not included in the document/file properties.
  7. Please use the Harvard (name and date) reference system for citations in the text with a detailed alphabetical list at the end of the article. For example “Hamel (2000) suggests …” or “Nonaka and Takeuchi (1995) found that …” or “A study of economic change (Nelson and Winter, 1982) has shown that …”
  8. It is imperative to ensure that all works cited in the text are included in the References section.
  9. Footnotes should be avoided, but any short, succinct notes making a specific point may be placed in number order following the alphabetical list of references.
  10. References should be made only to works that are published, accepted for publication (not merely “submitted”), or available through libraries or institutions. Any other source should be qualified by a note regarding availability.
  11. Full reference should include all authors’ names and initials, date of publication, title of article, title of publication (italics), volume and issue number (of a journal), publisher and form (books, conference proceedings) and page numbers.


Double check your manuscript

  1. Before submitting your work, it is your responsibility to check that the manuscript is complete, grammatically correct, and without spelling or typographical errors. A few other important points:
    • Give the conference theme and track information a final read. Is your manuscript definitely a good fit? If it isn’t, the editor may decline it without peer review.
    • Have you cleared any necessary publishing permissions?
    • Have you followed all the formatting requirements laid out in the paper submission guidelines?
    • Does the manuscript contain any information that might help the reviewer identify you? This could compromise the blind peer review process. A few tips:
      1. If you need to refer to your own work, use wording such as ‘previous research has demonstrated’ not ‘our previous research has demonstrated’.
      2. If you need to refer to your own, currently unpublished work, don’t include this work in the reference list.
      3. Any acknowledgments or author biographies should be uploaded as separate files.
      4. Carry out a final check to ensure that no author names appear anywhere in the manuscript. This includes in figures or captions.
  2. You will find a helpful submission checklist on the website Think.Check.Submit.


Paper Acceptance Process

Abstract/Extended Abstract only Acceptance Process