Frequency of Publication: Currently, IJAA's issues are appearing in a combined format of June and December issues, published in December. From 2024 onwards, the Journal's issues will be separately published in June and December.




Fee: There are NO submission or publication charges for authors. 


Subject suitability: If you do not receive a response to your submission within seven working days, the topic might not be within the scope of our journal.


Initial Screening: Manuscripts undergo initial screening by journal editors for suitability for submission to peer review.


Peer Review: IJAA follows a double-blind peer review process. Manuscript that pass the initial screening stage are submitted to at least two subject experts, one of whom may be from the IJAA Advisory Board.  Authors typically receive peer-review reports in 2-3 months after the manuscript assignment to reviewers. Upon satisfactory revisions by authors, assessed through a second round of review, manuscripts are selected for publication. 


                 Manuscript Submission  Requirements



Please email your submission (MS Word, Times New Roman, 1.5 lines, Font 12) to


An abstract of 150 words with 4- 6 keywords is required for article submission.




Article: 6,000 - 8,000 (inclusive of endnotes)


Commentary: 1,800 - 3,000


Book review: 600 - 800

             Referencing Style 

           Conflict of Interest     


At the time of submission, any citation format can be used. If your work is accepted for publication, please format it using the following guidelines:


-References should be formatted as endnotes, not as in-text citations, using the Chicago Manual of Style (latest edition)


- Bibliographies are to be omitted.


- Authors are required to add a note whether or not any conflict of interests is involved in their submission. If their work received any funding, they should disclose this fact as well as the funder's name.



-Authors must hide their identity in manuscripts in order to ensure anonymity for double-blind reviews.


A separate file should carry a brief biographical note.