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  1. Full Paper Deadline: 16 February 2024
  2. Acceptance Notification: 4 March 2024


Call for Papers

Journal of Central Banking Law & Institution (JCLI)

May 6 – 7, 2024

Bali, Indonesia

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There are no registration fees.


May 6 – 7, 2024

Bali, Indonesia

“Emerging and Acceleration of Technology: Digital Innovation in the Financial System”

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Scope of Issues and Challenges: but not limited to:

•    Law
•    Socioeconomic
•    Geopolitics
•    Institutions
•    Personal Data Protection
•    Public Policy
•    Economic Empowerment
•    Ethical and Social Aspect of AI
•    Legal, Social, and Economical Aspect on AI and Metaverse
•    Emerging Technologies Adoption
•    Aging Population and Digital Economy
•    Digital Economy: Impact, Innovation, Opportunities, and Challenges
•    Digital Transformation
•    Digital Infrastructure
•    Information and Communications Technologies for Development

Guidelines and Publication:

•    Free registration fee.
•    Submissions of paper should be in English (minimum 8.000 words excluding footnotes).
•    All submitted papers must strictly follow the guidelines outlined in the JCLI paper template for formatting and layout, which can be accessed at the following link: https://jcli-bi.org/index.php/jcli/author-guidelines.
•    The citations and references within the paper should comply with the Chicago Manual of Style 17th edition (full note) citation style.
•    All selected papers will be presented at the parallel sessions and each paper will have an assigned discussant (reviewer).
•    Accommodation and transportation for the authors of selected papers will be provided by Bank Indonesia (valid for 1 person only for each paper) and conditional on authors signing a copyright transfer form and letter of commitment.
•    After regular peer review process, all selected papers will be considered for publication in the JCLI.

Full Paper Structure:

1.    Section Subdivision
      The paper requires clear division and numbered sections.
      •    Sections need to be numbered as follows: I, II, III, …  
      •    Sub-sections need to be numbered as follows: I.A, II.A (then A.I. A.II, A.III, …) B, C, etc. For more detail please refer to the provided journal template.
      •    Abstract is not included in section numbering.
      •    Provide appropriate heading for all sections and subsections (each heading should appear on a separate line).
      •    Prefer using tables, graphs, pictures, and diagrams to strengthen the writing.

2.    Introduction

      Authors are encouraged to use the following suggestions in order to write the introduction section.  
      •    Clearly state your research question/hypothesis
      •    Clearly state the background information on the specific problem or issue that is being addressed.
      •    Clearly state whether your research question is new or innovative (different from literature)
      •    Provide well-articulated motivation for the research question.
      •    Support your research question with appropriate theory, empirical data, and the legal basis.
      •    Briefly reviews any other solutions or approaches that have been tried in the past.
      •    It is strongly advised to include ‘Review of literature/Literature review,’ in the introduction Separate section is not necessary. Such a review aims to identify any gap in the research where the author’s paper will fill in that gap as a novelty or contribution to the literature.
      •    Explicitly explain the approach taken to address research questions in one paragraph.
      •    In one paragraph, provide summary of the findings.
      •    In two-three paragraphs, discuss the contribution of the paper in detail and be sure to cite appropriate studies.

3.    Literature Review (not necessary that all papers will have a separate section on this but if you do then …)
      •    Using scientific journals for reference at least the last 5 years;
      •    If using literature more than the last five years then it should be the primary reference by most authors;
      •    Identify the gap in the literature that you filled.

4.    Data and Model/ Figure
      •    Data should be well described in tables and in graphs.
      •    Ensure to use of data that is consistent with those used in the related literature.
      •    Methods (already published) should be summarized and supported by proper references. Any modification methods should be described and motivated in detail.

5.    Result/Finding:
      •    Provide a detailed description of the result of the legal arguments given.
      •    Explain the legal recommendations offered on legal issues described.
      •    It is recommended to use example/best practice/comparison so that the arguments presented are stronger.
      •    Make a clear comparison from the results of the literature and identify the similarities and differences.

6.    Conclusion
       •    Give a short conclusion by answering the problem of the study.
      •    Conclusion section should stand alone and should not form a subsection of result discussion.

7.    Other Consideration
      •    Abstract: provide a concise and factual abstract in a maximum of 150 words.
      •    Keywords: provide a maximum of five keywords immediately after abstract.
      •    Footnotes: should be consecutively numbered throughout the article.
      •    It is recommended to use citation software such as Mendeley, Endnote, Zotero, etc.
      •    Qualitative/Quantitative Data must be numbered sequentially throughout the paper as (1), (2), ...
      •    Tables and Figures:
            1.    submit the editable text and not as images
            2.    Tables/figures need to be numbered consecutively in the same order as their appearance in the text.
            3.    Place table/figure notes below the table title and above the table.
            4.    Ensure using a consistent table.
      •    Reference Style:
            1.    Use the ‘Chicago Manual Style 17th Edition’ citation
            2.    Citation writing model can be seen at the link (https://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_citationguide/citation-guide-1.html)
      •    More info about the Author Guidelines: https://jcli-bi.org/index.php/jcli/author-guidelines

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