The Journal of Agribusiness Management (JMA) is a scientific journal, has a concentration focus on Sustainable Agriculture Management and Agribusiness Areas and refers to the term "Sustainable Development Goals." Sustainable Development Goals are needed in agribusiness management as a means to form structured and organized agribusiness planning well. Through this concentration focus, it can be understood that planning is vital in agricultural business considering its nature is full of uncertainty and vulnerable to risk of loss, so it requires analysis and synthesis of multidisciplinary science to explain empirical facts of social, economic, management, and institutional dimensions in a company or agricultural area . The Agribusiness Management Journal only accepts articles from original research papers and has not been published in any institution. The Agribusiness Management Journal was first published in October 2013. It was then called "Agribusiness Management." In October 2017, "Agribusiness Management" changed its name to Journal of Agribusiness Management (JMA) and was published twice a year, namely in May and October. JMA is published by the Master of Agribusiness, Faculty of Agriculture, Udayana University, Bali, Indonesia.