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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.

  • The manuscript is original and has not been published before and is not under consideration of publication elsewhere.
  • The manuscript is in accordance with the submission guideline of the journal. (Check at https://goo.gl/HLZLWF)
  • The manuscript must be written by lecturers, researchers, academic officials, and graduate students. JMS does not accept the manuscripts by undergraduate students.
  • The manuscript must contain the reference format in accordance with the submission guideline of the journal. (Check at https://goo.gl/N8KSC2)
  • The manuscript including references should not be more than 25 pages with A5 paper (if more than 25 pages, the author has to pay for the fee for the added pages. Importantly the manuscript must be 30 pages only.)
  • The author acknowledges the publication fee and payment by JMS’s editorial team.(https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jms_psu/announcement/view/1016)
  • The author understands all conditions specified by the editorial team.

Suggestions for manuscript preparation to be published in JMS
          1. General Information
               1.1
Context of Journal
                     
The faculty of Management Sciences is responsible for JMS with the aim to disseminate knowledge, and new concepts in the field of business administration, public and private management and other related fields. JMS publishes two volumes annually: Volume I: January-June and Volume II: July-December.


               1.2 Types of Publication
                     
1.2.1 A Research Article is based on empirical research conducted by the author (s).
                      1.2.2 A Review Article is a comprehensive academic review of literature with analysis, comparison or synthesis in order to present knowledge, new ideas or academic concepts.
                      1.2.3 A Special Article is a paper that present important information or new knowledge gained from work.
                      1.2.4 A Letter to the Editor is a letter submitted to the editor in order to support, disagree with an article or research by other researchers or disseminate new concepts or experiences related to the journal.


               1.3 Organization of Manuscript
                     
1.3.1 A Research Article consists of title, the name of the author, the author’s place of work, abstract, content, (introduction, literature review, hypothesis, objective, methodology, result, conclusion and recommendation) and reference.
                      1.3.2 A Review Article consists of title, the name of the author, the author’s place of work, abstract, content (introduction, related document, topics related to the content, subtopics, analysis and conclusion) and reference.
                      1.3.3 A Special Article consists of title, the name of the author, the author’s place of work, abstract, content, (content, subtopic, summary) and reference.


          2. Format of Manuscript
               2.1
Manuscripts
                      
Paper:  A5 with page
                       Page Margin: Top, Bottom, Right and Left: 2 centimeters
                       Pages: not more than 25 (if the number of pages exceeds 25, additional pages must be paid by the author and the total page should not be above 30 pages.)
               2.2 Title
                     
The title should be in Thai and English with bold TH SarabunPSK size 18.
               2.3 Author (s)
                     
The author (s) should be written in Thai and English with bold TH SarabunPSK size 15. The author’s information should be at the footnote with the font TH SarabunPSK size 10 both in Thai and English.
               2.4 Abstract
                     
The abstract should be written in Thai and English. It should mention about the importance of the study, methodology or instrument, summary or significant finding. Both Thai and English abstract should not exceed  250 words and both Thai and English keywords should not exceed 5 words with the font TH SarabunPSK size 15.
              2.5 Content
                    
The content should be written in Thai or English with the font TH SarabunPSK size 15.
              2.6 Page Number
                    
The page number should be added at the bottom right angle with the font TH SarabunPSK size 10.
              2.7 Table or Illustrations
                    
Add tables or illustrations when necessary with the label on the pictures and tables respectively. The information in the pictures and the tables should be clear. Pictures should be black and white. If the pictures are painted, they should be in clear lined pattern and on white paper.
             2.8 References
                  
The manuscripts must conform to the stylistic guidelines prescribed by the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA) with English in-text citation and reference in the font TH SarabunPSK size 15. The details are as follows:
                     2.8.1 In-text citation should be found in the references with full and correct information.
                     2.8.2 The references should be systematic with Name-Year system.
                     2.8.3 The document should be in alphabetical without the number.
                     2.8.4 If there is any Thai reference, it should be translated into English. In-text citation and bibliography should conform to APA referencing style.


 


Reference Guideline
            The reference system conforms to American Psychological Association (APA) with only English in-text citation and references.


Examples of References
            1.
Books
Author. (Year of publication). Book Title. (Edition). Place of Publication: Publisher.
Example
                Hartley, E.K. (1989). Childhood and Society. (2nd Ed.). New York: MC Graw-Hill.


First author, & Second author. (Year of publication). Book Title. (Edition). Place of Publication: Publisher.
Example
               
Hammit, F.,& Morales, H. (1981). Selected Chapters of Interpreting Our Heritage, CATIE, Costa Rica.


            2. Article/ Topic/ Section in Books
Author. (Year of publication). Title of Article. In the name of Editor (Editor), Title of Section (Issue No., pages). Place of Publication: Publisher.
Example
               
Haybron, D.M. (2008). Philosophy and the science of subjective well-being. In M.Eid & R.J Larsen (Eds.), The science of subjective well-being (pp. 17-43). New York: Guildford Press.


            3. Journal Article
Author. (Year of publication). Title of Article. Title of Journal, Volume/ Issue (No.), pages.
Example
               
Aujiraponpan, S., Thongmee, S., & Jutidharabongse, J. (2012). Innovative Organization and Innovative Capability: A Case Study of Koh Samui Hospital. Journal of Management Sciences. 29(2), 47-65.


           4. CD-ROM Database
Author. (Year of publication). Title of Article (CD-ROM).Title of Journal, Year (No.) pages, brief information: Name of Database Document Number
Example
              
Preston, W. (1982). Poetry ideas in teaching literature and writing to foreign student (CD-ROM). TESOL quarterly,16, 489-502. Abstract from: Dialog File: ERIC Item: EJ274529


          5. Online or Internet Documents/ Information
Author. (Year of publication). Title of Article. Retrieved, month, date, year, from https://www.xxxxx
Example
             The World Bank. (2017). World Bank Country and Lending Groups. Retrieved July 14, 2017, from https://datahelpdesk.worldbank.org.



            If there are any references in Thai, they should be translated into English. Both in-text citation and references should conform to APA References Style.


     In-text Citation
           In case the citation of Thai documents, references must be in English and write only the last name of the author and year.
                For example: ศรัณย์ ศานติศาสน์ (2561)
                Citation before the text is Sarntisart (2018).
                Citation after the text is (Sarntisart, 2018).


           In case the citation of English documents, write only the last name of the author and year.
                For example, the work by Hafas Furqani and Ratna Mulyany in 2009
                Citation before the text is Furqani and Mulyany (2009).
                Citation after the text is (Furqani & Mulyany, 2009).


     References
           If the author refers to Thai sources, the reference must be in English by mentioning last name, first name. Middle name. (if any) Year (Christian Year) and the sources of information.
                 For example, ศรัณย ศานติศาสน์. (2561). สถาบันการเงินอิสลามกับการเติบโตทางเศรษฐกิจในสามจังหวัดชายแดนภาคใต้. วารสารวิทยาการจัดการ, 35(1), 27-50.
                 Translated into: Sarntisart, S. (2018). Islamic Financial Institutions and Economics Growth in the Three Southern Border Provinces. Journal of Management Science, 35(1), 27-50.


           If the author refers to English sources, write the author’s last name, the first letter of the author’s name, middle name. (if any) and sources of information.
                 For example: Furqani, H., & Mulyany, R. (2009). Islamic banking and economic growth: Empirical evidence from Malaysia. Journal of Economic Cooperation & Development, 30(2), 59-74.


 

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