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  • I and co-authors accept the provisions of your journal for reviewing articles, agree to authorize the editorial department to approve and correct the manuscript accordingly.
  • At the same time, the copyright of this article is granted to the Journal of Panyapiwat Institute of Management. If the relevant pictures, forms, contents and/or related opinions in the article have complained, I and the co-author (if any) are willing to assume all responsibilities unilaterally.
  • I and co-authors (if any) hereby warrant that the article has not been published in other publications, is not in the approval process of other publications, and has not received notifications from other publications.
  • The text adheres to the stylistic and references requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines, which is found in About the Journal.
  • Work Flow link:https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/pimjournal/step-for-manuscript-submission

Manuscript Preparation

Manuscript Preparation (.pdf) (.docx)

Research Article Template in English (.pdf) (.docx)

Academic Article Template in English (.pdf) (.docx)

Letter of submission for Pre-publication of article in English (.pdf) (.docx) <-- Please sign the Letter of submission for Pre-publication of the article by sending it along with the manuscript

Journal Work Flow (link)

Manuscript Printing

  • The manuscript should be 10-15 pages long, printed on one side of A4 paper with the margin set at 1 inch (2.54 cm) from both the left and right edges of the paper.
  • Abstract and References printed in 1 column; contents of manuscript printed in 2 columns, with 1 cm of indentation.
  • The letters must be printed in TH Sarabun PSK font face with the details of sizes and types of letters as shown below:

Items of Content

Size

Type

Title (Thai language)

18 (Center)

Bold

Title (English language-capital letters)

18 (Center)

Bold

Author’s name

14 (Center)

Bold

Names of more than one authors

14 (Shifted letter after the author’s surname)

Bold

Name of office or university

14 (Center)

Normal

Names of more than 1 offices

or universities

14 (Shifted letter before the office’s name)

Normal

Corresponding Author E-mail

12 (Left alignment)

Normal

Topic of Thai/English Abstract

16 (Left alignment)

Bold

Content of Thai/English Abstract

16 (Indented)

Normal

Thai/English Keywords

16 (Left alignment)

Normal

Topic of content

(Without topic number)

16 (Left alignment)

Bold

Sub-topic

16 (Indented)

Bold

Content

16 (Indented)

Normal

References

16 (Left alignment)

Normal

Name of Table

(Appearing on top of the title)

16 (Left alignment)

Bold

(Only the word: Table…)

Name of Figure, Chart

(Appearing under the figure or chart)

16 (Center)

Bold

(Only the word: Figure.../Chart...)

 

Components of the Article

  1. Title of article (Thai and English)
  2. Name of every Author, with identification of affiliation office or university (Thai and English)
  3. Corresponding Author E-mail, identify only the e-mail of main author or the article coordinator
  4. Abstract (Thai and English) must have the length of not more than 250 words, and must have Keywords of 3-5 words or phrases.
  5. Content of Article

            5.1   Research article comprises: Introduction, Objective (s), Literature Review, Methodology, Results, Discussion, Conclusion, and Recommendations (If any)

            5.2   Academic article comprises:  Introduction, Content, Conclusion, and Recommendations  (If any)

  1. References, written in English language only using the format of APA (7th edition)
  2. Data of every author must comprise the following: Name and Surname, Highest Education, Affiliation, Field of Expertise, and the author’s photograph, all of which must be written in English.
  3. Figures, Charts, Tables, or other illustrations must be numbered, with correct reference of their sources. They must be clear, distinctive, and not violate the copyright of the others. 

The Examples of Presentation of Tables, Figures, and Charts
Table 1:
Title of Table …
“Table 1:” printed in TH Sarabun PSK 16 point font face, bold letter, left alignment, in 1 column
“Title of Table…” printed in TH SarabunPSK 16 point font face, normal letters

Sources or Remarks: Details……..

“Sources or Remarks:” printed in TH Sarabun PSK 14 point font face, bold letters, left alignment

“Details…” printed in TH Sarabun PSK 14 point, normal letters

 

Figure 1: Name of Figure, Chart…
“Figure 1:” printed in TH Sarabun PSK 16 point font face, bold letters, center of the page, in 1 column
“Name of Figure, Chart...” printed in TH SarabunPSK 16 point font face, normal letters
Sources or Remarks:
Details……..
“Sources or Remarks:” printed in TH Sarabun PSK 14 point font face, bold letters, left alignment
“Details…” printed in TH Sarabun PSK 14 point, normal letters
          As such, Tables, Figures, Charts, and Equations can be printed in one column, depending on the size, clarity, and appropriateness.

Quotations
Printed in TH Sarabun PSK 16 points font face.
  1. Quotations in the Contents

Format

Quotation

(In front of the sentence)

Quotation

(At the end of the sentence)

One author

Coghlan (1993)

(Coghlan, 1993)

Two authors

Mohsen and Mohammad (2011)

(Mohsen & Mohammad, 2011)

Three or more authors

Burkart et al. (1997)

(Burkart et al., 1997)

Organization

Ministry of Education (2020)

(Ministry of Education, 2020)

Organization using abbreviation

First quotation:

National Institute of Development Administration (NIDA, 2018)

Next quotation:

NIDA (2018)

First quotation:

(National Institute of Development Administration [NIDA], 2018)

Next quotation:

(NIDA, 2018)

Quotation from document (Specify page number)

Shaw (2017, p. 172) or

Shaw (2017, pp. 172-180)

 

(Shaw, 2017, p. 172) or

(Shaw, 2017, pp. 172-180)

Quotation from interviews

J. M. Sun (Personal communication, August 18, 2021)

(Sun, J. M., Personal communication, August 18, 2021)

 

  2. References at the End of Article

          All documents that have been quoted must be listed in the References at the end of the article. The list must be alphabetically ordered based on the reference sources and surname of the author. The reference format should follow that of APA 7th edition.

          If the source of reference is in Thai language, the phrase: [in Thai] must be specified at the end of the item; if in Chinese or Japanese, specify [in Chinese] or [in Japanese] respectively.  The only exception is that if the source of reference is in English language, there is no need for such specification.

       2.1 Format of Reference Based on Number of Authors

Authors

Reference at the End of Article

One author

Surname,/ First alphabet of name being a capital letter.

Two authors

Surname,/First alphabet of name being a capital letter.,/&/Surname of second author,/First alphabet of name being a capital letter.

3-20 Authors

Surname,/First alphabet of name being a capital letter.,/Surname,/First alphabet of name being a capital letter.,/Surname,/First alphabet of name being a capital letter.,/(Number 1-19 authors),/&/Surname,/First alphabet of name being a capital letter. (Number 20 author)

21 Authors or more

Surname,/First alphabet of name being a capital letter.,/(Number 1-19 authors),/./././Surname,/First alphabet of name being a capital letter. (The last author)

 

       2.2 Format of Reference Based on Documents

             2.2.1 Journals

                     1) Journal (Printed)

Format: Surname,/First alphabet of name being a capital letter./(A.D. year)./Article title./Journal title,/Volume(No.),/first page-last page of article in the journal.

Example:

Kraikunasai, J., Chongcharoen, K., Ngudgratoke, S., & Pukchanka, P. (2017). A causal model of administrative factors affecting educational quality in vocational school. Panyapiwat Journal, 9(2), 171-184.

                       2) Journal (Electronic)

Format: Surname,/First alphabet of name being a capital letter./(A.D. year)./Article title./Journal title,/Volume(No.),/first page-last page of article in the journal./http://doi.org/xxxx or URL

Example:

Waehayee, N. (2014). Relationship between strategic performance based budgeting system and law on the budgetary procedures. Jurisprudence Journal Naresuan University, 7(2), 152-178. http://doi.org/10.14456/nulj.2014.9

Sittichai, O., & Silcharu, T. (2021). Guidelines for creating competitive advantage for processed food industry cluster. Panyapiwat Journal, 13(2), 12-26. https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/pimjournal/article/view/240994

             2.2.2 Books

                       1) Book (Printed)

Format: Surname,/First alphabet of name being a capital letter./(A.D. year)./Book title/(Edition)./Publisher.

* In case of no publication date, put n.d.

* In case of first edition, do not specify the edition.

* In case of no specification of publisher, put n.p.

Example:

Ritcharoon, P. (2016). Principles of measurement and evaluation. House of Kermyst.

Yamane, T. (1967). Statistics: An introductory analysis (2nd ed.). Harper and Row.

                       2) Book (Electronic without DOI)

Format: Surname,/First alphabet of name being a capital letter./(A.D. year)./Book title/(Edition)./URL

* In case of no publication date, put n.d.

* In case of first edition, do not specify the edition.

* In case of no specification of publisher, put n.p.

Example:

Department of Primary Industries and Mines. (2017). Benchmarking industrial logistics performance index supply chain performance index logistics scorecard. https://dol.dip.go.th/files/article/attachments/dol/3e30ca4fc9f964feeb57fce3fc602c04.pdf

                       3) Chapter in a Book

Format: Surname,/First alphabet of name being a capital letter./(A.D. year)./Title of chapter or article./In/First alphabet of editor’s name being a capital letter/Surname/(Ed. or Eds.),/Book title/(pp./page numbers)./Publisher.

Example:

Chin, W. W. (1998). The partial least squares approach to structural equation modeling. In  G. A. Marcoulides (Ed.), Modern methods for business research (pp. 295-336). Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

             2.2.3 Thesis

                       1) Thesis (Printed)

Format: Surname,/First alphabet of name being a capital letter./(A.D. year)./Title of thesis/[Doctoral dissertation or Master’s thesis]./Name of educational institution.

Example:

Seangsri, W. (2009). An analysis and development of school network administration model in northeastern rural area [Doctoral dissertation]. Chulalongkorn University.

                       2) Thesis (Electronic)

Format 1: Surname,/First alphabet of name being a capital letter./(A.D. year)./Title of thesis/[Doctoral dissertation or Master’s thesis]./Name of website./URL

Example:

Lin, Q. (2020). the influence of music teachers’ competence on job performance-moderator role of interactive behavior [Doctoral dissertation]. Panyapiwat Institute of Management Library. http://elibrary.pim.ac.th/Record/833578

Format 2: Surname,/First alphabet of name being a capital letter./(A.D. year)./Title of thesis/(UMI number or other numbers)/[Doctoral dissertation or Master’s thesis,/Name of university]./Name of database.

Example:

Lope, M. D. (2014). Perceptions of global mindedness in the international baccalaureate middle years programme: The relationship to student academic performance and teacher characteristics (Order No. 3682837) [Doctoral dissertation, University of Maryland]. ProQuest Dissertations and Theses Global.

             2.2.4 Research Reports

Format: Surname,/First alphabet of name being a capital letter./(A.D. year)./Title/(Report No. if given)./Publisher./http://doi.org/xxxx or URL

Example:

National Cancer Institute. (2019). Taking time: Support for people with cancer (NIH Publication No. 18-2059). U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health. https://www.cancer.gov/ publications/patient-education/takingtime.pdf

             2.2.5 Electronic Media

Format: Surname,/First alphabet of name being a capital letter./(A.D. year,/month/date)./Article title./Name of website./URL

* In case of no publication date, put n.d.

* In case of only A.D. year appears, put only A.D. year

* In case of the author’s name and the website name being the same, cut the website name

* In case of no publication date, put n.d.

* In case of only A.D. year appears, put only A.D. year

* In case of the author’s name and the website name being the same, cut the website name

Example:

Minister of Tourism and Sport. (2020, January 9). Bangkok flea markets: Adventurous shopping experience. Tourism Thailand. https://www.tourismthailand.org/Articles/bangkok-flea-markets-adventurous-shopping-experience

Millburn, J. F. (2021). How to Start a Successful Blog in 2021. The Minimalists. https://www.theminimalists.com/blog/

             2.2.6 Articles/documents presented in academic conference

Format: Surname,/First alphabet of name being a capital letter./(A.D. year)./Title of article./In/First alphabet of the editor’s name being a capital letter./Surname/(Ed. or Eds.),/Name of conference topic./Name of conference/(pp./page numbers)./Name of database./https://doi.org/xxxx or URL

Example:

Phinitchai, S., Nawaratana, N., & Tanthanuch, J. (2021). Distributional-based analysis for health care insurance claim data. In Globalization revisited: Building organization resilience with digital transformation. The 4th PIM International Conference (pp. 715-725). Panyapiwat Institute of Management. https://conference.pim.ac.th/zh/wp-content/ uploads/2021/03/I-Social-Sciences-and-Humanities-Part-1.pdf

             2.2.7 Documents for the Conference

Format: Surname,/First alphabet of name being a capital letter./(A.D. year,/month/date)./Topic of conference./In/First alphabet of the Chair Person’s name being a capital letter./Surname/(Chair),/Name of conference/[Symposium]./Name of conference organizer,/Place of conference.

Example:

Wasi, N., Poonpolkul, P., & Thephasdin na Ayudhya, C. (2021, September 30). Policy design for coping with aging society. In N. Wasi (Chair), Future world money: Developing Thai digital currency [Symposium]. BOT Symposium 2021: Building a Resilient Thailand. Bank of Thailand. https://www.pier.or.th/conferences/2021/symposium/

             2.2.8 Interview Documents

Format: Surname,/First alphabet of name being a capital letter./(A.D. year,/month/date of the interview).  Interviewed by/First alphabet of the interviewer’s name being a capital letter./Surname [Tape recording]./Position of interviewee (If any),/Place of interview.

Example:

Chearavanont, S. (2021, September 30). Interviewed by N. Wanakijpaiboon [Tape recording]. Executive Chairman of Charoen Pokphand Group, Bangkok.

             2.2.9 Newspapers

                       1) Newspaper (Printed)

Format: Surname,/First alphabet of the author’s name being a capital letter./(A.D. year,/month/date)./Topic or article title./Name of newspaper,/first page-last page.

Example:

Sriwattanachai, R. (2014, October 24). The prefabricated generation of seasoning sauce market. POST TODAY, B3-B4.

                       2) Newspaper (Electronic)

Format: Surname,/First alphabet of the author’s name being a capital letter./(A.D. year,/month/date)./Topic or article title./Name of newspaper./URL

Example:

Bangkok post and reuters. (2021, October 8). UK eases travel rules for countries including Thailand. Bangkok Post. https://www.bangkokpost.com/thailand/general/2194651/uk-eases-travel-rules-for-countries-including-thailand

 

Start using the APA 7th edition from Panyapiwat Journal (Vol. 14 No. 1, January - April 2022) onwards.