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Analysis of the Decision to Buy or Lease Business Stores at PT UMB
Sri Lusiana, Budi Frensidy

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Sri Lusiana

Institutions
Faculty of Business and Economics University of Indonesia

Abstract
The franchise business of minimarket is growing very rapidly in Indonesia. This business requires business stores to place merchandise. Generally, business stores for the minimarket use a shop or kiosk. The shop or kiosk needed can be obtained in several ways. Three of them are buying, renting, and buying with loan. The purpose of this study is o apply the NPV (Net Present Value) and APV (Adjusted Present Value) analysis to choose the business store for a minimarket franchise outlet. NPV and APV analysis are used to obtain the most favorable choice for business store of a minimarket. Based on the results of the analysis carried out on the data and assumptions obtained, it can be concluded that there is no choice between renting and buying with loan that is always superior to all conditions in providing business space. Many factors influence every decision, including the percentage of rental prices compared to the value of land and buildings, the growth of land price, and the amount of discount rates or the returns expected by the company.

Keywords
NPV analysis; APV analysis; discount rate

Topic
Economics and business research methods

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/nrEWkXf4D8eB


Assesment of Portfolio Performance in the Indonesian Capital Market
Renea Shinta Aminda

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Renea Shinta Aminda

Institutions
Faculty of Economic and Bussines, Universitas Ibn Khaldun, Jl. KH. Sholeh Iskandar -Bogor

Abstract
The selection of portfolios from many issuers is intended to reduce the risk borne and have optimal portfolio performance in the market. The research carried out aims to find out the magnitude of issuers and their constituents in the Indonesian capital market continued to assess the performance of the portfolio formed with the best N in the Indonesian capital market, the observation period of the research conducted (January 2008 - December 2016) where the object of research is all companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange with Purposive Sampling method, 50 issuers were selected as samples based on proportional combinations of 336 issuers with active transaction criteria and complete prices. Starting with establishing a portfolio of diversified sectors in the capital market, then portfolio performance was measured using the Jensen alpha index. There were 12 listed companies in the most optimal portfolio in obtaining diversified benefits, with a combination of issuers that provided the smallest risk with a certain rate of return and became an Optimal portfolio, consisting of a combination of 6 industrial sectors. The portfolio performance measurement results show portfolio performance below market performance or negative value but the systematic risk value is also below the market, the bet value <1 so it is in line with the purpose of forming a portfolio so it is said that the resulting portfolio has a good level of toughness and becomes an option bali investor in the capital market

Keywords
Risk, Return, Portfolio Performance, and Jensen Alpha Index

Topic
Economics and business research methods

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/PBa47KRvkQZ6


COMMUNITY-BASED ACTION MODEL THROUGH CUSTOMER ENGAGEMENT TO REINFORCE VALUE CO-CREATION: BEHAVIORAL APPROACH
Radeswandri, Ginta Ginting

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Radeswandri Radeswandri

Institutions
Universitas Terbuka

Abstract
Building community engagement involving consumers, business actors, farmers and others stakeholders as part of marketing strategy for creating value co-creation has become a phenomenon for increasing sustainable consumption. In order to address the issue, this paper proposes a community-based action model for making value co-creation and for examining how far it affects behavioral aspects (intention and actual purchase). To measure and analyze the proposed model, organic food business mostly run by entrepreneurs (Small Medium Enterprise) is selected as a unit of analysis. Consumers of organic food tend to be influenced by subjective norms when buying products, including recommendation from other people. This paper aims at measuring the impact of four variables (community engagement, value co-creation, intention to repurchase and actual use) by selecting a specific sample which includes respondents who purchase and consume organic food. By using Partial Least Square to run data obtained from 165 respondents from various regions in Indonesia, it is found that customer engagement strongly influence value co-creation (0.601), and intention to repurchase organic food has an impact on actual use (0.866). It can be concluded that strengthening community engagement will increase purchasing intention, which then impacts on the actual purchase. Future research needs to consider two things: grouping organic food products specifically (vegetable, food, drink) and price factor that is still expensive.

Keywords
Community Engagement, Value Co-creation, Intention to repurchase, Actual Purchase, organic food

Topic
Economics and business research methods

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/Zy2MeznmTwXj


Determinants of Corporates Leverage in Indonesia
Aang Munawar

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Aang Munawar

Institutions
Institut Bisnis dan Informatika Kesatuan

Abstract
This paper examines the determinants of corporate leverage with the determining factors are bond yield, company size, and liquidity. The research samples include 22 companies that present a complete report with the determination of the sample through a purposive sampling method. The study uses the data panel using Eviews 8 program application. The analysis of data panels conducted first conducted the classical assumption test and the second through the model selection test is Chow test, Hausman test, and Lagrange multiplier test. The selected model is a random effect model. Regression model developed in three models total debt, long term debt and short term debt. The results showed that in total debt and short term debt model are a partially bond yield has no effects on leverage while the company size and liquidity significantly negative affects on leverage. In long term debt model is a partially bond yield has positive effect on leverage, size has no effect on leverage, and liquidity has positive effect on leverage. The results of this study can identified that leverage pattern in line with short term debt.

Keywords
leverage, bond yield, size, likuidity

Topic
Economics and business research methods

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/ybQd2NZDFnX9


Determinants of Poverty on Indonesia: Dynamic Panel Data Analysis at the Village Level
Heffi Christya Rahayu (a*), Julianus Johnny Sarungu (b), Lukman Hakim (b), Albertus Maqnus.Soesilo (b), Etty Puji Lestari (c), Diah Astuti (c), Tri Kuniawati Retnaningsih (c)

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Heffi Christya Rahayu

Institutions
a) Postgraduate School of Economics
Faculty of Economics and Business, UNS Surakarta, Indonesian
Faculty of Economics, Universitas Pasir Pengaraian, Riau, Indonesian
*heffirahayu[at]student.uns.ac.id
b) PDIE-FEB Universitas Sebelas Maret
c) Faculty of Economics and Business Universitas Terbuka

Abstract
Poverty is one of the main problems in most developing countries including Indonesia. Indonesia has five large islands consisting of Sumatra, Java and Bali, Kalimantan, Sulawesi, and Papua - Maluku - Nusa Tenggara. This study aims to analyze the determinants of poverty in villages by focusing on geography, education and health aspects. The analysis model used is modeling using the dynamic panel data regression method. The results of this study that urban villages have lower number of poor people than rural villages. In addition, villages with lowland topography have lower number of poor people. For distance variable, the farther away the villages from the regency/city capitals, the higher the number of poor people. In the education aspect, in villages with better education facilities, the number of poor people is generally lower. This also occurs for the health facilities and health workers variables. This shows that the characteristic of poverty determinant in several islands in Indonesia are heterogeneous. In conclusion, the determinant of poverty are geographical locations and the availability of education and health facilities.

Keywords
Education, Geography, Health, Poverty

Topic
Economics and business research methods

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/n3MFtBNUCELv


DO CURRENT RATIO INCREASING VALUE OF STOCK PRICE? A MEDIATING ROLE OF CAPITAL STRUCTURE
Rika Lidyah (a*), Dinnul Alfian Akbar (b), Chandra Zaky Maulana (c), Mismiwati (d), Titin Hartini (e), Lidia Desiana (f), Fernando Africano (g)

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Dinnul Alfian Akbar

Institutions
UIN Raden Fatah Palembang

Abstract
This study aims to determine the effect of Current Ratio on Stock Prices with the Capital Structure (DER) as the intervening variable. The population in this study is the companies in the consumer goods sector registered in ISSI 2014-2018 amounted 29 companies in total. Samples used are only 10 companies, which were selected based on purposive sampling method.

Keywords
Current Ratio, Capital Structure (DER) and Stock Prices

Topic
Economics and business research methods

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/VyYuAqchGQB6


FINANCIAL BEHAVIOR BY GENERATION X, Y, AND Z: STOCKS OF STATE-OWNED AND PRIVATE ENTERPRISES
Elizabeth Lucky Maretha Sitinjak

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Dr. Elizabeth Lucky Maretha Sitinjak, SE, M.Si, CPA

Institutions
Soegijapranata Catholic University Semarang

Abstract
The purpose of this study shows the impact of investment behavior of generation X, Y, and Z on accounting information used to obtain optimal returns according to each individual investor. Generation X tends to use the investment strategy of "buy and hold" State-Owned and Private Enterprises shares. Generation Y tends to use the "top-down" strategy of private stock prices, sometimes State-Owned Enterprises shares but are often sold if they have a small profit. Generation Z tends to "momentum" the prices of State-Owned and Private Enterprises. The experiment and Focus Discussion Group. The generation X, Y, and Z prefer to see Accounting Information to choices stock of the firm after that use technical analysis to buy or sell that stock.

Keywords
XYZ Generation, Buy and Hold, Momentum, Top Down

Topic
Economics and business research methods

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/QFWkZgweh48p


FIRM SIZE, SHARE OWNERSHIP, FIRM VALUE AND CONDITIONAL CONSERVATISM
Dinnul Alfian Akbar (a*), Chandra Zaky Maulana (b), Rika Lidyah (c), Titin Hartini (d), Mismiwati (e), Fernando Africano (f), Lidia Desiana (g)

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Dinnul Alfian Akbar

Institutions
UIN Raden Fatah Palembang

Abstract
Conservatism chooses financial principles that straight to the minimization of reported cumulative earnings, namely to acknowledge slower income, costs faster, to value at lower and liabilities at higher

Keywords
Conditional Conservatism, Firm Size, and Share Ownership

Topic
Economics and business research methods

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/ywLrqe2pd8kD


Implementing of INTACS Dynamics Enterprise Resources Planning System for Financial Statements
Lukas Murdihardjo, Yayuk Nurjanah, Rendy

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Lukas Murdihardjo

Institutions
Institut Bisnis dan Informatika Kesatuan, Bogor

Abstract
Accounting information systems play an important role in providing financial information for business people as a basis for making decisions for each situation. Accurate Accounting Information System is an accounting information system that can adjust to every type of business that exists in Indonesia and is very instrumental in providing corporate financial information quickly and real. The purpose of this study is to provide information to businesses, especially manufacturing bussiness, that it is very important to make financial reports, and by using the Enterprise Resources Planning sistem INTACS Dynamic, Manufacturing bussiness actor can see each transaction, inventory, and financial statements quickly and precisely. This study uses a qualitative descriptive method approach with case study approach where the technique used in collecting data is done trough observation, interviews, and library research by studying related literatures. Based on the results of the research and discussion, the authors can author can conclude that by using the Enterprise Resourcess Planning system INTACS Dynamics then PT. Hydrocolloid Indonesia can apply well, through extensive training In managing resources for everyday operations and facilitate the preparation of financial statements, maximizing the functionality of the Enterprise Resources Planning system of the Dynamics INTACS, automatic financial Report preparation as well as quality reports Financial increase.With a fairly expensive cost PT. Hydrocolloid Indonesia has been conducting an overall strategy to enhance and develop all aspects of the company by inventing by implementing Enterprise Resourcess Planning of the INTACS Dynamics system for long-term benefits.

Keywords
financial statements, enterprise resources planning, INTACS Dynamics Accounting Information System , PT.Hydrocolloid Indonesia.

Topic
Economics and business research methods

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/gGknLPZRApFU


Influence of Social Capital on Economic Development in Indonesia (Macro Data Analysis)
PRINCE CHARLES HESTON RUNTUNUWU

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PRINCE CHARLES HESTON RUNTUNUWU

Institutions
Faculty Of Economy and Business
University Of Khairun ,Ternate, North Maluku

Abstract
The new paradigm development is not only measured from the economic aspect through Gross Domestic Product (GDP), but also viewed multidimensional from the change of social structure, behavior, and national institution. Such social perspective is called social capital. Social capital is considered an important determinant of economic development. so that social capital is placed as one input in development. The purpose of this scientific paper is to analyze the influence of social capital in economic development with the approach of Gross Regional Domestic Product (PDRB) in 33 Provinces in Indonesia. The analysis of the effect of social capital on PDRB along with other variables such as physical capital, labor, and human capital is done at the macro level. The limits are the role of social capital in 2014 and 2016 due to data availability. The result of research indicates that social capital has not enough to influence human capital at macro level, while human capital has significant effect to Gross Regional Domestic Product (PDRB). It can say that social capital indirectly is no effected on GRDP in Indonesia.

Keywords
social capital; gross regional domestic product; instrumental variable (IV); endogenity; two stage least square (2SLS).

Topic
Economics and business research methods

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/3Mj7AxN6dDXL


PERSISTENCY OF INFLATION IN EAST NUSA TENGGARA INFLATION PERSISTENCE IN EAST NUSA TENGGARA
Lindi Yana Mauk, Aldarine Molidya, Rolland E. Fanggidae, Oktovianus Nawa Pau

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Rolland Fanggidae

Institutions
Universitas Nusa Cendana

Abstract
The research entitled Persistence of Inflation in East Nusa Tenggara aims to explain the influence and relationship of commodities or groups of goods and serviceswhich consists of seven groups, namely the food ingredients group (BAMA), processed food, cigarettes and tobacco groups (MAJADI), housing groups, water,electricity, and fuel (PERUM), clothing group (SAND), groupshealth (KES), education, recreation and sports group (PENDIDI), andthe transportation, communication and financial services (TRANS) group for inflation inNTT. This study uses a multiple linear regression analysis methodsecondary data collection in the form of data from publications of the Central Statistics Agency (BPS)East Nusa Tenggara. The results of this study indicate that the commodity orgroup of goods / services has a positive and significant effect on inflation in NTT.That is, if there is an increase in prices on commodities or groups of goods / services theninflation in NTT will also increase. This happens because when there is a shock likerise in fuel prices. Rising fuel prices will have an impact on commodity pricesothers due to increased production costs and can cause a rise in levelsinflation. Based on the results of statistical calculations carried out by the researcher thenthe BAMA and TRANS groups have the largest coefficient values of 0.266828 and0.185637, followed by SAND, KES, PENDIDI, MAJADI and PERUM groupswith coefficients of 0.185568, 0.181975, 0.093424, 0.074034, and 0.041901.That is, if the government can maintain commodity prices, especiall the material groupfood by developing regional superior commodities with commoditieswhich has high inflation, the government can control or anticipatehigh inflation.

Keywords
BAMA group, MAJADI group, PERUM group, SAND group, KES group, PENDIDI group, TRANS group, inflation

Topic
Economics and business research methods

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/pgYvzWMucbj4


Quality Control of Health Device Component with Seven Tools Approach
Diqbal Satyanegara (a*), Asmi Ayuning Hidayah (b*), Ade Hermansyah (c*)

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Diqbal Satyanegara

Institutions
Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis
Universitas Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa
Banten - Indonesia

Abstract
Bladder is an important component in manufacture blood pressure measurer. The competitive advantage of medical device can be improved with quality. More increase the quality, therefore more decrease the production cost, with the result that reduce waste. Then, Quality Control require to preserving the quality of medical device so that fit with market needs. The objective of this research is to find out quality control of medical device sparepart, Bladder., in PT. Dharma Medipro with Seven Tools in Quality Management approach, consists of Flow Chart, Check Sheet, Histogram, Control Chart, Fishbone, Scatter Diagram, and Pareto Diagram.

Keywords
Bladder, Quality Control, Seven Tools

Topic
Economics and business research methods

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/DeFmjxLXYABE


Study of Envy-Friendly Small-Medium Industries in Green Industry Context in the Manufacturing Industry Sector in Bangka Belitung Island Province
1) Yusuf, S.E., M.M ; 2) Christianingrum, S.Pd., M.M ; 3) Anggraeni Yunita, S.E., M.Si

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Yusuf .

Institutions
1) Department of Management, Open University
Pangkalpinang, Indonesia
yusuf_se[at]ecampus.ut.ac.id
2) Department of Management, Bangka Belitung University
Pangkalpinang, Indonesia
syifameyra[at]yahoo.com
3) Department of Accounting, Bangka Belitung University
Pangkalpinang, Indonesia
anggi21.ay[at]gmail.com

Abstract
The purpose of this study is to identify the manufacturing industries sector in the Province of Bangka Belitung Islands that has met the criteria for environmentally friendly Small and Medium Industries, identify the constraints faced by the manufacturing industries sector in the Province of Bangka Belitung Islands to become envy-friendly Small and Medium Industries and identify and analyze strategies that must be done to encourage Small and Medium Industries to become envy-friendly businesses. The approach chosen in this study was a qualitative study with a Focus Group Discussion (FGD), which involved several respondents from different groups. The sampling technique used to get respondents is purposive sampling. The data collection method used in this study is Quasi Multistage Random Sampling which involves Stratified Random, Simple Random Sampling, and Purposive Sampling. The results of this study found that the Small and Medium Industries in the Bangka Belitung Islands Province are still not ready to implement the concept of the green industry because they do not yet know and understand the importance of the implementation of the green industry. At present, the Department of Industry and Trade of the Province of Bangka Belitung Islands has just carried out a socialization stage in the green industry. Regulation regarding the obligations of Small and Medium Industries carrying out green industry-based processing activities has not been established, so this concept is still voluntary. The orientation of the Bangka Belitung Islands Province Industry and Trade Office towards the new Small and Medium Industries at the stage of shifting the Market Place from conventional to digital-based.

Keywords
Small and Medium Industries; Envy-Friendly; Green Industry

Topic
Economics and business research methods

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/82MYZFgEq69h


TEACHER PERCEPTION IN MONEY WAQF (CASE STUDY OF PESANTRENTS IN CAPITAL CITY OF INDONESIA, JAKARTA)
Any Meilani, Deddy Ahmad Suhardi, M. Fuad Hadziq, and Zuraida Rahmita

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Any Meilani

Institutions
Universitas Terbuka

Abstract
The main regulations concerning waqf are Law No. 41 of 2004 is 15 years old, but there are still many people who do not knew to waqf, especially cash waqf or waqf of money. If the previous research the sample is students, but this research sample pesantren teachers in Jakarta regarding their perception of the waqf of money. A sample of 138 teachers from 5 Islamic boarding schools spread in the Indonesian Capital City Center. Collecting of data through a questionnaire method using a Likert scale and analyzed with the Multiple Correspondence Analysis/MCA technique (Husson, Lê & Pagès, 2017). The results of this research: 1) The aspects of the teachers knowledge about waqf were relatively the same, but money waqf was different; 2) Responses to money waqf regulations were very diverse, especially regarding the existence of Law no. 41 of 2009 concerning waqf, agree to the waqf of money, and agree to the socialization of waqf in money in theaters; 3) The response of interest to money waqf is very diverse, especially the interest to do it, but quite a number of teachers disagree; 4) Islamic boarding school is a source of teacher formation about the waqf of money; 5) The homogeneous was only the principle of the management must be in accordance with the needs of the community, whereas for waqf management quite a number of teachers still doubt it.

Keywords
money waqf, teachers, boarding schools, Multiple Correspondence Analysis/MCA

Topic
Economics and business research methods

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/bBrFtvgkLjHf


THE ANALYSIS OF FINANCIAL BEHAVIOR TOWARDS VILLAGE FUNDS MANAGER IN SIKKA REGENCY, EAST NUSA TENGGARA PROVINCE
Christien C. Foenay, Wehelmina M. Ndoen

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Rolland Fanggidae

Institutions
Universitas Nusa Cendana

Abstract
This research aimed to analyze the financial behavior towards village funds managers in Sikka regency, Nusa Tenggara province. The village funds management gained obstacles because of the human resource capabilities limitation. This research was classified as qualitative research by using questionnaire and direct interview. Study of documentation as a supporting data in this research. The research result showed that the average level of education of village funds managers was about high school level, so that their financial awareness was also limited. The regulation and management of village funds were not visibly comprehended by managers so there were still obstructions occured in every village. A financial attitude with a cautious attitude in village funds management was very high. Confident and courage to take risks for village funds management as the one of personality indicator were still low.

Keywords
financial behaviour, towards village funds

Topic
Economics and business research methods

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/xmpeZuXNfRnG


THE ANALYSIS OF GOVERNMENT SPENDING IN EDUCATION AND HEALTH SECTORS WITH INDONESIAS ECONOMIC GROWTH
(1)DiahAstuti; (2)EttyPuji Lestari

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Diah Astuti

Institutions
Department of Economics, Faculty of Economics Universitas Terbuka

Abstract
There are pros and cons in examining the relationship between education and health budgets and economic growth. The results of the study show a variety of research findings. This study wants to examine the relationship between government spending in the education and health sectors and economic growth in the country of Indonesia. The variables used are GDP, government education, and health expenditure in 1980-2017. The method used in this study is the Granger causality test. The results showed that the education budget was not statistically significant in affecting vice versa GDP. While the results of calculations for the health budget significantly influence GDP and GDP also affect health. The implication of this finding is that the education sector budget needs to be maximized in order to be able to contribute to national income.

Keywords
government expenditure, education, health

Topic
Economics and business research methods

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/3KNR2ZXcrvLP


The Effect of Human Resources Quality and Technology Adoption On The Quality of Financial Reporting
Muhammad Soleh, Sutarti, Siti Ita Rosita

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Muhammad Soleh

Institutions
Institut Bisnis dan Informatika Kesatuan, Bogor

Abstract
The role of MSMEs in developing countries such as Indonesia is vital. The large potential of small and medium micro businesses (MSMEs) is often constrained by capital problems to develop the business. The reason for the low capital distribution is because investors do not get adequate information related to the condition of MSMEs. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of the quality of human resources and technology adoption of the quality of financial reporting of MSMEs in Bogor city. This study used a sample of 30 MSMEs in the city of Bogor. Data collection in this study used a questionnaire as a research instrument. The research instrument test uses the validity and reliability test. Hypothesis testing uses multiple regression test that is preceded by a classic assumption test. The results showed that the quality of human resources had a positive and significant effect on the quality of MSME financial reporting and the adoption of technology had a positive and significant effect on the quality of MSME financial reporting.

Keywords
quality of human resources, technology adoption and quality of financial reporting

Topic
Economics and business research methods

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/eRyTL9VCXhYD


The Effect of Tax Planning and Use of Assets on Profitability with Good Corporate Governance as a Moderating Variable
Iriyadi, Nilda Tartilla, and Rini Gusdiani

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Iriyadi Iriyadi

Institutions
Institut Bisnis dan Informatika Kesatuan, Bogor

Abstract
The purpose of this study is to analyze and test the effect of tax planning and asset use on profitability moderated by managerial ownership as a measure of moderating variables of good corporate governance in companies listed in Indonesia. This research was conducted at the manufacturing companies in the consumer goods industry sector in the 2014-2018 period. The sampling technique used in this study was purposive sampling. Of the research population of 54 companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX), there are 15 companies met the criteria for this study. So the data collected and analyzed was of 75 firms years. Data processing is performed using Statistical Product and Service Solution (SPSS) 22 with a test consisting of descriptive statistical analysis, a classic assumption test consisting of normality test and multicollinearity test, then multiple regression analysis, t test (partial), F test (simultaneous), determination coefficient test, and moderated regression analysis. The first hypothesis testing result shows that tax planning has an effect on profitability. The second hypothesis testing shows that the use of assets has no effect on profitability. The third hypothesis testing result provides an empirical evidence that good corporate governance has a significant effect on profitability. The fourth hypothesis result shows tax planning moderated by good corporate governance does not influence on profitability. The fifth hypothesis result shows that the use of assets moderated by good corporate governance has an effect on profitability. The sixth hypothesis testing result provides an emprical evidence that tax planning and the use of assets significantly influence on profitability

Keywords
Profitability, Tax Planning, Use of Assets, Good Corporate Governance

Topic
Economics and business research methods

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/PEHKNuM4YWTD


THE IMPACT OF US - CHINA TRADE WAR ON STOCK RETURNS OF THE AUTOMOTIVE SECTOR ON THE INDONESIA STOCK EXCHANGE
Azhar Wibawa Putra, Paulina Y. Amtiran, Marianus S. Neno

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Paulina Yuritha Amtiran

Institutions
Universitas Nusa Cendana

Abstract
As is known the impact of the trade war caused investors to tend to reconsider the funds they invested in Indonesia. The purpose of this study is to look at the effect of price wars on stock returns in the automotive sector. The method used in this research is quantitative descriptive method that explains the events that occur in the form of meaningful numbers. The population taken in this study is the automotive sector, which is listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange. The type of data used is quantitative data from automotive sector stock price data that is listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange. The sampling method uses purposive sampling so that the number of samples obtained is 10 companies that have financial reports during the study period. It is expected that the results of this study provide an overview of the impact of the US-China trade war on the return of the automotive sector on the Indonesia Stock Exchange.

Keywords
Automotive, Indonesia Stock Exchange, Return, Stocks, Trade War

Topic
Economics and business research methods

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/WbRnGMhdtVcg


The Influence of Asset Management on Financial Performance, with Panel Data Analysis
Jan Horas Veryady Purba, Denny Bimantara

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Jan Horas Veryady Purba

Institutions
Institut Bisnis dan Informatika Kesatuan, Bogor

Abstract
One of the main concerns of the company is the effort to achieve the desired level of profit. That goal can be achieved through good asset management. Good asset management reflects that the company is able to control its financial performance efficiently and effectively. The purpose of this study is to determine the effect of asset management on financial performance. The approach taken to measure asset management is Fixed Asset Turn Over (FATO), while financial performance is measured by profitability using Return on Assets (ROA). This research model looks simple and uses only one independent variable. The selection of the best model is done after testing several other variables, and the more relevant variable to explain the diversity of ROA dependent variables is FATO. This study uses panel data analysis, which consists of six companies in the period 2013-2017. Panel data analysis models include the Common Effect Model (CEM) Fixed Effect Model (FEM) and the Random Effect Model (REM). With the Chow test and Hausman test, the best model is the Fixed Effect Model. Based on the results of hypothesis testing, it is found that the independent variable FATO has a positive and significant effect on ROA. This means that asset management is needed to improve the profitability of the company

Keywords
Panel Data Regression, Fixed Effect Model, Asset Management, Profitability

Topic
Economics and business research methods

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/KBTk2EvMwcGz


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