Editorial Policies

Editorial Policies

Focus and Scope

Aptisi Transactions on Technopreneurship (ATT) accepts articles in any business-related subjects and any research methodology that meet the standards established for publication in the journal. The primary, but not exclusive, audiences are academicians, graduate students, practitioners, and others interested in business research.

The Journal aims to provide an intellectual and research platform for the dissemination of a range of critical entrepreneurship, innovation, business, and economic development issues and technology impact on entrepreneurship. The primary criterion for publication in ATT is the significant contribution an article makes to the literature in the business area, i.e., the significance and the novelty of the research and the rigor of the paper. The acceptance decision is made based upon an independent review process that provides critically constructive and prompt evaluations of submitted manuscripts. ATT invites manuscripts in the areas: 
   

  1. Technology and Entrepreneurship
  2. Blockchain
  3. Marketing Management
  4. Finance Management 
  5. Strategic Management 
  6. Operation Management
  7. Human Resource Management
  8. E-business 
  9. Knowledge Management 
  10. Management Accounting 
  11. Management Information System 
  12. International Business
  13. Business Economics 
  14. Business Ethics and Sustainable

Section Policies

Articles

Checked Open Submissions Checked Indexed Checked Peer Reviewed
 

Peer Review Process

Aptisi Transactions on Technopreneurship (ATT) publishes articles following the ATT guidelines and templates. Before reviewing the manuscript, it will be sent to the editorial team to review the suitability of the text with the focus and scope, and style of journal writing guidelines and ATT. All submitted manuscripts will go through a double-blind review process.
1. Manuscripts will be sent to at least two anonymous reviewers (Double Blind Peer-Review). The reviewer's comments are then sent to the corresponding author for the necessary actions and responses.
2. Reviewers provide an assessment of the manuscript, which includes originality, scientific contributions, and clarity of presentation.
3. ATT has four types of decisions: accepted, minor revision, major revision, and rejected.

Publication Frequency

The ATT's issues will be published triannually, every March, July, and November The submission of a draft of the paperwork is welcome anytime and will be published in the upcoming issue. For every issue, there will be 10 papers. In one year, there will be 30 papers. Paper Submission Date: Anytime. Acceptance Notification: 8 Weeks from Submission Date. Online Publication Date: March, July, and November

Open Access Statement

Aptisi Transaction on Technopreneurship publishes fully open access journals, which means that all articles are available on the internet to all users immediately upon publication. ATT has compile with standar citation I4OC , and   licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License (CC BY 4.0)

You are free to:
Share — copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format
Adapt — remix, transform, and build upon the material
for any purpose, even commercially.

Under the following terms:

  • No additional restrictions — You may not apply legal terms or technological measures that legally restrict others from doing anything the license permits.

Notices:

  • You do not have to comply with the license for elements of the material in the public domain or where your use is permitted by an applicable exception or limitation.
  • No warranties are given. The license may not give you all of the permissions necessary for your intended use. For example, other rights such as publicity, privacy, or moral rights may limit how you use the material.

Archiving

This journal utilizes the LOCKSS system to create a distributed archiving system among participating libraries and permits those libraries to create permanent archives of the journal for purposes of preservation and restoration. More...

Publication Ethics

The journal and its editorial board fully adhere and comply to the policies and principles of Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).
As a publisher of peer-reviewed journals, the Aptisi Transactions on Technopreneurship requires all journal submissions to adhere to the highest of ethical standards and best practices in publishing. All writing and research submitted to ATT is expected to present accurate information and to properly cite all content referenced from other materials.

  1. Regarding Plagiarism
    "Plagiarism in simple words is steals the language and thoughts of others, and passes it off as someone's original work."(https://widuri.raharja.info/index.php?title=Plagiarism Accessed March 31, 2019). ATT does not accept any forms of plagiarism including “self-plagiarism,” in which an author borrows from his or her own previously published work without the proper citation. It is also unacceptable to submit manuscripts to ATT that have previously been published anywhere in any language. It is the authors’ responsibility to inform or notify the Editor upon submission if there is any doubt whether a manuscript may violate any of these terms.
  2. Detection, Investigation, and Penalty
    In any instance of suspected misconduct, ATT pledges to carry out the process of detection, investigation, and penalty with fairness and confidentiality during the internal investigation. The process for detection, investigation, and penalty for suspected plagiarism is as follows:
    • Detection
      Each respective journal Editor, along with the Editorial Board and non–Editorial Board reviewers, will serve to detect instances of plagiarism. When an Editor suspects plagiarism (or is informed by a reviewer who suspects plagiarism), he/she will make a judgment whether the claim has any merit. If the Editor determines that there has been potential misconduct, he/she will inform both the Editorial in Chief of Publications and Managing Editor and provide a detailed account of the possible violation or misconduct.
    • Investigation
      When informed by the journal Editor, the Editorial in Chief of Publications will determine whether further investigation is required. The Editorial in Chief of Publications may choose to assemble a review committee of scholars to determine the exact nature and extent of the suspected misconduct. Each individual investigation may warrant the assembly of a new ad hoc committee. Any committee member who is perceived to have a conflict of interest must recuse him-/herself from the process. The Editor of the journal in question will not serve on the committee. If it is determined that an act of plagiarism has been committed, the Editorial in Chief of Publications will inform the author(s), in writing, with a detailed description of the alleged offense. The Editorial in Chief of Publications will offer the author(s) an opportunity to respond to the allegation. In events in which more than one author is involved, the authors may collaborate on their response or respond individually. If the committee concludes that no offense has been committed, no further action will be taken, and the Editorial in Chief of Publications will inform the authors. If the committee determines that there has been misconduct, the process will move into a penalty phase.
    • Penalty
      In the event that an author has been found to have engaged in some form of misconduct, he/she is to be subjected to a penalty. The nature and extent of the penalty will be determined by the Editorial in Chief of Publications with the advice and counsel of the committee members. The penalty will be dictated by the nature of the offense and will likely include a ban on submitting to any journal published by ATT for a period of time. All sitting Editors of ATT will be informed. The committee is empowered to customize penalties for each individual in instances in which multiple authors are involved. In extreme circumstances, the committee reserves the right to inform an author’s institution, depending on the seriousness of the offense.
  3. Falsification of Data/Misreporting of Data
    ATT expects all submissions to include data that are honestly and accurately reported according to the accepted best practices of scholarly publishing. In instances in which falsified or grossly misreported data are suspected, the process outlined above (see Plagiarism) will be activated.
  4. Conflicts of Interest
    Conflicts of interest may arise in a variety of situations, and therefore the author is required to inform the editor of such conflict. A conflict of interest may exist when a manuscript under review puts forth a position contrary to the reviewer's published work or when a manuscript author or reviewer has a substantial direct or indirect financial interest in the subject matter of the manuscript. Because it is ATT policy to engage in a double-blind review process, a conflict of interest may also exist when a reviewer knows the author of a manuscript. The reviewer should consult the journal editor in such situations to decide whether to review the manuscript. A conflict of interest does not exist when an author disagrees with a reviewer's assessment that a problem is unimportant or disagrees with an editorial outcome.
  5. Protecting Intellectual Property
    Protecting intellectual property is a primary responsibility of the reviewer and the editor. Reviewers, therefore, will not use ideas from or show another person the manuscript they have been asked to review without the explicit permission of the manuscript's author, obtained through the journal editor. Advice regarding specific, limited aspects of the manuscript may be sought from colleagues with specific expertise, provided the author’s identity and intellectual property remain secure.
  6. Sharing of Reviewing Responsibilities
    Sharing of reviewing responsibilities is inappropriate. The review is the sole responsibility of the person to whom it was assigned by the journal editor. Students and colleagues should not be asked to prepare reviews unless the journal editor has given explicit prior approval. Each person contributing to a review should receive formal recognition.

Author Fees

Aptisi Transactions On Technopreneurship (ATT) does not charge to the author :

Article Submission: 0.00 (USD)
the author does not pay article submission fees as part of the submission process of articles in Aptisi Transactions On Technopreneurship (ATT)

Article processing charges (APCs) / Article Publication: 150.00 (USD)
(with PayPal processing fees), is 8% of the amount).

Fees charged include:
1. Standard first twelve (12) pages of the manuscript. For each additional page, an additional fee of 40 USD per page will be charged.
2. DOI registration for each paper. 
3. Checking the similarity of articles by Turnitin; the final result will be sent to the author (on request). 
4. Layout Editing according to journal templates and standards.
 
A waiver or partial waiver of author fees may be decided by the editor in case of lack of funding, excessive length of a submitted manuscript or other reasonable reasons provided by the author during the submission. The author should clearly declare that he asks for a waiver in the comments to the Editor box during their submission.

Indexing 

DOI: doi.org/10.34306/att by Crossref

Aptisi Transaction on Technopreneurship Indexed in:

 

Manuscripts submitted to this journal will be filtered for plagiarism using authenticate applications with a similar level of maximum 30% when published.

The submitted manuscript would be check for plagiarism using by:

                                                         

Self-Archiving of Papers Published Open Access

Authors publishing open access are encouraged to deposit the final published PDF in their institutional repository or any suitable subject repository on publication. Authors should provide a link from the deposited version to the URL of the published article on the journal's website; in all cases, the requirement to link to the journal’s website is designed to protect the integrity and authenticity of the scientific record, with the online published version on the journal’s website clearly identified as the definitive version of record.