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Jurnal Administrasi Bisnis Terapan

The Journal of Applied Business Administration (JABT) is a journal under the Vocational Education Program of the University of Indonesia. JABT is a scientific publication media that publishes the results of applied research from researchers in Indonesia and from abroad. JABT can receive articles in the scope of the insurance administration, banking administration, tax administration, accounting, and business. However, it does not rule out various types of related sciences. JABT is published in two periods, January-June and July-December periods. The submitted article will be reviewed by the reviewer. The originality of the article is very important to determine the acceptance process. Check articles with iThenticate software with less than 20% plagiarism

 

 

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Jurnal Sosial Humaniora Terapan

 Jurnal Sosial Humaniora Terapan (JSHT) is a journal which contains publications in applied science including the social sciences and humanities. This journal is wide-open for your research work to publish and an open access journal which is published by Program Pendidikan Vokasi, Universitas Indonesia. JSHT focuses on the development of the humanities studies and social sciences. The aim of our journal is to promote a principled approach to research on the area of social sciences and humanities in general, which may include, but not limited to Linguistics and Literature, Arts, Cultural Studies, Law, Economics and business, Tourism, Social Sciences, Political Sciences, Education, Library Sciences. JSHT has a full commitment towards the authenticity of the articles and papers published. Each of the authority who submit their articles to the JSHT for publication must be able to prove that the work submitted is original contributions and have not been published in part or in whole on other print media.

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