Editorial Board

Prof. Sen Sendjaya, PhD., MBA [Scopus ID] [Google Scholar] [ORCID]

Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia

Prof. Yuliansyah, SE, M.S.A, Ph.D, Akt,CA [Scopus ID] [Google Scholar] [ORCID]

Universitas Lampung, Indonesia

Dr. Yuritha Amtiran, SE.,MM [Scopus ID] [Google Scholar]

Universitas Nusa Cendana, Kupang, Indonesia

Dr. Ridolof W. Batilmurik, SE., MM [Scopus ID] [Google Scholar] [ORCID]

Politeknik Negeri Kupang, Indonesia

Dr. Zufar Ashurov  [ORCID] [Publons ID] [Google Scholar]

Tashkent State University of Economics, Tashkent, Uzbekistan / Center for Research of Problems in Privatization and State Assets Management, Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Dr. Petrus E.de Rosari, Msi [Google Scholar]

Universitas Nusa Cendana, Kupang, Indonesia

 

Journal Manager

Ronald P.C Fanggidae, SE., MM  [Google Scholar]

Prodi Manajemen Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis, Universitas Nusa Cendana, Kupang, Indonesia

 Editor in Chief

Antonio E.L.Nyoko, ST., MMT [ORCID][PublonID][Google Scholar]

Universitas Nusa Cendana, Kupang, Indonesia

 Assistant Editor

Yosefina K.I.D.D. Dhae, ST, M.IT [Google Scholar]

Universitas Nusa Cendana, Kupang, Indonesia

The editorial board (sometimes known as an advisory board) typically consists of a group of prominent people in the journal’s field. Having an editorial board is very important: they act as ambassadors for journals. To some extent the quality of a journal is judged by the members and academic credentials of its editorial board.

Objectives of the editorial board

Aside from providing prestige, the role of the editorial board is to advise and support the editor. Functions may include:

  • Identifying new topics for commissions, special editions and advising on direction for the journal—giving feedback on past issues and making suggestions for both subject matter and potential authors
  • Provide content by writing occasional editorials and other short articles
  • Approaching potential contributors
  • Peer review; also help to identify peer reviewers and provide second opinions on papers (i.e. where there is a conflict between reviewers)
  • Identify appropriate conferences for editors to attend
  • Endorse the journal to authors, readers and subscribers and encourage colleagues to submit their best work.

Editorial staff

Editors are ultimately accountable for the quality of their journal’s content. Editors are responsible for identifying important ‘hot topics’, sourcing high quality manuscripts, handling day-to-day paperwork, and organizing the flow of manuscripts (i.e. from author to referees and back and finally to the publisher).

The two most important attributes of a good editor are (1) having a detailed knowledge of the subject area and (2) being organized. Depending on the size of the journal, the number of editors can range from one or two people to many more.