Authors are obligated to understand Publication
Ethics before submission.
EPPM-Journal does not consider multiple submissions nor redundant
Authors are encouraged to discuss authorship before preparing the
manuscript. Authorship must meet all of the following three
criteria: (1) substantial contributions to conception and design, or
acquisition of data, or analysis and interpretation of data; (2)
drafting the article or revising it critically for important
intellectual content; and (3) final approval of the version to be
published. For those who are only responsible for funding
acquisition, data collection, or general supervision should not
justify an authorship.
Manuscripts must be prepared in
English using a MS Word processor. Data format of .docx are
preferred. Either American or British English should be uniformly
used. Manuscript with substandard English and style will not be
should be divided into the following sections: Title page, abstract,
introduction, method, results, discussion, conclusions, references,
and appendix. Use serif typeface, Times New Roman, for the text of
the manuscript. Number the pages consecutively starting with page 1.
Please avoid using footnotes. Except grammatical errors and typos,
no changes will be allowed in the manuscript once it has been
accepted for publication.
2.1. Flush Left, Boldface, Uppercase Heading
2.1.1. Flush left, boldface, lowercase heading
126.96.36.199. Boldface, italicized, lowercase
references in text must include author’s surname and year of
publication. For example:
results in severe consequence (Smith, 2010).
In 2010, Smith
Jackson (2010) found that…
results in severe consequence (Smith and Jackson, 2010).
In 2010, Smith
and Jackson showed that…
Smith et al.
(2010) found that…
results in severe consequence (Smith et al., 2010).
In 2010, Smith
et al. showed that…
and Cheng (2011) found that…
results in severe consequence (Smith, 2010; Cheng, 2011).
results in severe consequence (Smith, 2010a, 2010b, in press; Cheng,
figures, and appendix must be embedded in the corresponding order in
the manuscript. High resolution figures are required in this
Journal. Directly drawing diagrams in the manuscript is not
MS Equation should be used to
formulate equations. Images or other equation applications are not
accepted. Equations should be numbered consecutively starting with
(1) and explained in the text.
All citations should
be listed in the reference list. Layout examples of references are
Green, G., Kennedy, P., McGown, A. (2002). Management of
multi-method engineering design research: A case study. Journal
of Engineering and Technology Management, 19(2), 131-140. doi:
McCarthy, J. F., Nguyen, D. H., Rashid, A. M., Soroczak, S. (2003).
Proactive Displays & The Experience UbiComp Project. Proceedings
of the Fifth International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing,
Seattle, Washington, 78-81.
Verzuh, E. (2008).
The Fast Forward MBA in Project Management.
Hoboken, New Jersey: Wiley and Sons, 55-60.
Wheeler, D. P. and Bragin, M. (2007). Bringing it all back home:
Social work and the challenge of returning veterans. Health and
Social Work, 32, 297-300. Retrieved from http://www.naswpressonline.org
on February 1, 2011.
short information about the author (s) will be added at the end of
the accepted papers. Author information includes the full first,
middle and last names, the represented institution and department,
membership in international or national organizations, research
interests, and other important information. Author picture and
information should be provided in the end of the manuscript when
submitting papers. The portraits should be 434 (width) X 555
(height) with minimum resolutions 200. Examples of author biography
can be found in published papers at the Journal website.
encouraged to prepare manuscripts directly using the
paper template provided in the Journal website. The template
demonstrates the paper structure and format requirements for the
Paper length of an article is
limited to 12 pages using the paper template. Lengthy papers are
acceptable with the consent of the Editor.
Units of Measurement
Units of measurement should be
presented using System International (SI) units. Currency should be
converted to US dollars.
Before sending your manuscript to the Journal for review, the authors must verify that the manuscript has fulfilled all requirements on the
Authors are requested to submit papers and the
checklist through the online submission
The manuscript has to be compiled into a single word (.docx) file within
size to 10MB.
The EPPM-Journal is a refereed journal. All submitted papers are subject to double-blind peer review, i.e. authors and reviewers are unaware of the identity of each other. All articles undergo rigorous peer review, based on initial editor screening and anonymous refereeing. Two or more reviewers will review submitted articles. The Journal endeavors to maintain a rapid review process. The average review time is
weeks. The authors may be requested for revisions until the paper satisfies the quality of the Journal.
Rapid publication is a policy of the EPPM-Journal. The Journal respects all submissions and knows that authors spend great efforts
to formulate their research into a paper. A receipt is rendered once an Editor handles the submission/revision. Authors can track paper
status when they login to the online submission system. Accepted papers are immediately annotated at the Journal website once they
have been accepted. Decisions are made based on reviewer suggestions. Before publication, papers will be sent to authors for proofing.
The editorial process of the EPPM-Journal is shown below.