JASE is the Agricultural Socio-Economic journal, providing a forum for agricultural economic research and related disciplines such as statistics, econometrics, marketing, agribusiness management, history and sociology, and their application to issues in the agriculture, healthy food, and related agroindustry, also rural communities, and the environment.
Each JASE edition contains articles, notes, and book reviews or research as well as information relating to the Agricultural Economics Society. Published 2 times a year, with contributions from researchers, both national and international, JASE can be used as a reference for agricultural economic policy. Published articles discuss new developments in research and methods of analysis or apply existing methods and techniques to new problems and situations which are of interest to readers of international journals.
Peer Review Process
All articles received by JASE Journal will be reviewed by two reviewers. Reviewers review and rate articles with criteria or elements that have been determined by the Editor, including interesting topics chosen, clear references and methodologies, producing valuable information in the results of research, and strong evidence for conclusions. Reviewers are given 1-2 weeks to provide reviews and reviews. Then the Editor decides whether the article is accepted or rejected. The fast turnaround is 14 days from delivery to the first decision.
Open Access Policy
This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.
Reviewers assess the suitability of articles for publication in a journal, completing effective and helpful reviews. In conducting discussions, reviewers provide two open forms, the first "for author and editors," and the second "for editors." In all articles, editors will have the option to enter reviews according to the author.
Abstract and Indexing
JASE: Journal of Agricultural Socio-Economics has been indexed by:
- Indonesia One Search (IOS)
- Google Scholar
- Digital Reference Garba (Garuda)
- Ministry of Religious Affairs Reference (Moraref)
- PKP | Index
The statement of scientific code is applicable for managers/publishers, editors, reviewers, and authors. The code of ethics for scientific publications essentially upholds three ethical values, namely (1) Neutrality of conflicting interests in the management of publications; (2) Justice in giving rights as authors; and (3) Free from duplication and plagiarism in publications. This publication ethics refers to Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).
- Responsible for publishing articles that have gone through the process of editing, reviewing, and layout in accordance with the rules of publishing a scientific journal.
- Responsible for ensuring academic freedom for editors and reviewers in carrying out their respective duties.
- Responsible for maintaining privacy and protecting intellectual property and copyright, and editorial freedom.
- Editors must decide the suitable articles to be published based on the requirements with regard to defamation, copyright infringement, duplication and plagiarism.
- In the process of reviewing and accepting the manuscript, editors are guided by the principle of equal treatment in making the decisions without distinguishing the race, gender, religion, ethnicity, citizenship, or political ideology of the author.
- Editors will not disclose any information about the articles without the author's permission.
- Editors will not use unpublished articles for their own purposes and will return them to the authors.
- Reviewers assist editors in making editorial decisions related to the submitted articles.
- Reviewers recommend the reviewed articles objectively by clear arguments.
- Reviewers are responsible for quotations, references, duplication, and plagiarism of the reviewed articles.
- Reviewers maintain the confidentiality of the information and do not take advantage of reviewed articles for personal gain.
- Authors must present the manuscript based on the original thought clearly, and honestly, without duplication and plagiarism.
- Authors are responsible for the confirmation of submitted articles.
- Authors must show references from other people's opinions and quotations.
- Authors must write the articles in an ethical, honest, and responsible manner which are in accordance with applicable scientific writing regulations.
- Authors must agree with the editing process without changing the substance of the articles.
Screening For Plagiarism
Plagiarism screening uses Turnitin with a maximum word similarity score of 20%.
The process of plagiarism screening in JASE is described as follows:
- The submitted articles will be screened for plagiarism before the initial review process.
- The articles that have passed the plagiarism screening will be processed to the initial review and peer review.
- If the articles are declared ACCEPTED before publication, plagiarism screening will be carried out double.
Journal of Agricultural Socio-Economics (JASE) is indexed by