Peer Review Process
Determination of the article that will be published in Akuntansi dan Teknologi Informasi (JATI) will be carried out through double-blind peer review by considering two main aspects, namely: relevance and contribution of articles on the accounting theory and practical development. Editors and reviewers provide constructive feedback on the evaluation results to the author. Editors and reviewers provide constructive feedback on the evaluation results to the author. The manuscript will be reviewed by a minimum of two independent reviewers. The editors then decide based on the reviewer’s recommendation from among several possibilities: rejected, require major revision, need minor revision, or accepted. The Editor-in-Chief has the right to decide which manuscripts submitted to the journal should be published.
The article review process usually takes an average of 12 weeks. This review period depends on the editor's and reviewers' duration in reviewing the manuscript. If the author does not get confirmation from JATI for a long time, the author can confirm by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. The stages of the review process applied at JATI are as the following:
1. Submission of manuscripts is only processed online, i.e. OJS of JATI, website: https://journal.ubaya.ac.i/index.php/jati/submission/wizard
2. Editor Evaluation, The incoming manuscripts will be checked whether it complies with JATI author guidelines and template for submission, also whether the manuscript matches the focus and scope of JATI If appropriate, the next process will be carried out, and if not, we will recommend the manuscript to be submitted to another journal. The editor of JATI will notify you immediately via email [some manuscripts are rejected or returned before the review process].
3. Furthermore, the manuscripts will be checked with Turnitin (similarity check). If more than 25% level of similarity, the manuscripts will be asked to be repaired or rejected by the JATI editor-in-chief. This decision is entirely the prerogative right of the editor-in-chief and cannot be contested.
4. Then, the manuscripts will be reviewed at the editorial level to find out whether it contributes sufficiently to the development of science and practice in the field of accounting and business. The editor will inform the authors of the results of the review. Manuscripts that qualify at this stage will proceed to the review stage by two peer reviewers.
5. For a manuscript that is accepted with revisions (minor or major), it would contain comments from peer reviewers and would be returned to the author for revision. Referring to the JATI policy, reviewers only give suggestions on whether the manuscript is accepted or rejected. Meanwhile, the final decision regarding the manuscript's acceptance or rejection is in the hand of the editor and editor-in-chief.
6. The author is given the time to revise the manuscript no later than one month. Extra time to revise should be asked the editor via email (email@example.com). If there is no notification after the specified period, then the Author is deemed to resign.
7. Manuscripts that have gone through final revisions and been accepted by the editor will be published in JATI in the edition determined by the editor-in-chief.
8. Publish the issue