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International Seminar on Business, Economics, Social Science and Technology (ISBEST 2019)

Event starts on 2019.10.23 for 2 days in Tangerang Selatan

http://isbest2019.confglobal.org | https://ifory.id/conf-abstract/hAuwJDgzU

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A Model of Shariah Banking Reputation through Innovation and Value Creation
Chandra Zaki Maulana (a*), Fernando Africano (b), Dinnul Alfian Akbar (c)

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Chandra Zaky Maulana

Institutions
UIN Raden Fatah Palembang, Jl. Pof. KH. Zainal Abidin Fikry Km. 3,5 Palembang

Abstract
The aim of this research is to propose a model in an effort to build and enhance the reputation of shariah banking industry. The model was determined by the effects between innovation on the corporate reputation through value creation as the intervening variable in the shariah banking industry (Shariah Commercial Banks and Shariah Subsidiary Unit) in South Sumatra Province, Indonesia. There is a paradox phenomenon showing that amidst huge market share potential as a muslim majority country, the market share of shariah banking is still very insignificant compared to that of the conventional banking although it has been established and operated in the business for more than three decades. This research used explanatory survey method. The approach in the modeling and the technical solution as the tool analysis utilized Structural Equation Modelling (SEM). Data were processed using Lisrel 8.8 . Primary data were collected via distribution of questionnaires directly to the customers, and also through email, considering distance, time and funding limitation. Unit of observation is a total of 57 offices including Branch Offices, Sub Branch Offices,and Cash Offices of 15 sharia banks throughout 14 regions and 3 cities spread around the province. The observation was made using cross-section/one-shot time horizon. Respondents were set based on purposive sampling method. Population was unknown, due to the rules wherein a few banks refused to provide data regarding the total amount of their customers. Therefore, Zikmund formula was used to draw samples, wherein a total of 385 respondents were selected proportionally from each regions and cities. The results revealed findings which described that innovation, as well as value creation, have positive and significant direct effect on the reputation. The indirect effect of innovation on corporate reputation through value creation is tested by using Sobel test. This research revealed a new concept that, Innovation influenced the reputation of shariah banking industry in South Sumatra which driven by value creation.

Keywords
innovation, value creation, corporate reputation, shariah banking industry

Topic
Sharia economics and banking

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/7XJtykuvRCBG


A MODEL OF TOURIST DESTINATION DEVELOPMENT SYNERGY IN KARANGANYAR REGENCY
(1)Bambang Mursito (2)Harini

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Bambang Mursito

Institutions
(1)Universitas Islam Batik Surakarta (2) Universitas Sebelas Maret

Abstract
The objective of research was to describe many attempts taken to develop tourist destination and to formulate a synergistic model in developing tourist destination in Karanganyar Regency. This study was a combination of descriptive qualitative and applied researches. Data collection was carried out through interviewing in-depth informants, data validity test using triangulation, and data analysis using interactive model. The result of research showed that the factors affecting a successful development of destination were: varying resources, destination-s accessibility, facility, comfort, and stakeholders- participation. For that reason, synergies were required between destination organizers in policy making, between destination organizers and tourism office in the term of fund and institutional reinforcement, between organizer and surrounding people in the term of object maintenance and mutual benefit, between organizers and SME performers in providing service needed by visitors and souvenir, between organizer and empowerment institution, between organizer and local government as owner and mentor, and between organizers and high education through community service program. Synergy may include cooperation, governance policy, fund allocation, supervision, research, and training.

Keywords
synergy, tourist destination, accessibility, stakeholder

Topic
Innovations in tourism and hospitality

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


AN EFFORT OF STARTUP E-COMMERCE DELIVERING QUALITY SERVICE: AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION BEHAVIORAL INTENTION
Muhamad Nasoha

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Muhamad Nasoha

Institutions
Faculty of Economics, Universitas Terbuka

Abstract
This study aimed to determine how the influence of E-Service Quality on E-Satisfaction and its impact on Behavioral Intention. Respondents who participated in this study were 150 people who are online shopping users from various vendors. This research is a verification using explanatory research, which is to explain the nature of the causal relationship through hypothesis testing. By using the Partial Least Square method, the proposed model successfully proved all research hypotheses with strong influence. E-Satisfaction is proven to be influenced by E-service Quality with a strong influence (0.745), then behavioral intention is influenced by E-service Quality with a strong influence (0.598) and behavioral intention is influenced by E-satisfaction with a moderate effect (0.208). The findings of this study indicate that the behavioral intention of online shoping users is considered quite high because the quality of service and satisfaction provided by vendors is considered very good. Future research needs to consider more aspects of vendor characteristics based on the size of the business and the type of product / service.

Keywords
Behavioral Intention, E-service Quality, E-Satisfaction, Shoping online

Topic
Business Process in Digital Era

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/Fe6zLc27Vr9j


ANALYSIS OF BANK RATING WITH RGEC METHOD (RISK PROFILE, GOOD CORPORATE GOVERNANCE, EARNING, CAPITAL). CASE STUDY AT PT. BANK MANDIRI (PERSERO) TBK PERIOD 2013 – 2017
LUCKY AYU STELLA, RATIH PUSPITASARI

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RATIH PUSPITASARI

Institutions
Institut Bisnis dan Informatika Kesatuan, Bogor

Abstract
Health of a bank has a great influence on the economy of a country, because if a bank into a group that is not healthy then the economy in a country will be disturbed, especially in the financial system. Therefore banks are required to maintain and improve the level of health. This study aims to determine: (1) Bank Health Level in terms of Risk Profile at PT. Bank Mandiri (Persero) Tbk period 2013 - 2017, (2) Bank Health Level in terms of Good Corporate Governance at PT. Bank Mandiri (Persero) Tbk period 2013 - 2017, (3) Bank Health Level in terms of Earnings at PT. Bank Mandiri (Persero) Tbk period 2013 - 2017, (4) Bank Health Level from the side of Capital at PT. Bank Mandiri (Persero) Tbk period 2013 - 2017, and (5) Bank Health Level in terms of Risk Profile, Good Corporate Governance, Earning, Capital at PT. Bank Mandiri (Persero) Tbk period 2013 - 2017. The object of this research is PT. Bank Mandiri (Persero) Tbk. Data collection method in this research is using documentary method. Data analysis method used in this research is quantitative analysis method that is by analyzing the numbers in financial statements then adjusted to the ratios and non ratio as follows: (1) Risk Profile using financial ratio of NPL (Non Profile Loan) and LDR (Loan Deposit Rate), (2) Good Corporate Governance (GCG) based on self assessment result of PT. Bank Mandiri (Persero), (3) Earning using financial ratio ROA (Return On Asset), and ROE (Return On Equity), and (4) Capital using CAR (Capital Adequancy Ratio). Results of research at PT. Bank Mandiri (Persero) Tbk period 2013 showed that the soundness of the bank was very healthy, this was reflected in the final composite value of 86,66%, results of research at PT. Bank Mandiri (Persero) Tbk period 2014 showed that the soundness of the bank was very healthy, this was reflected in the final composite value of 86,66%, in period 2015 shows that the Bank soundness healthy, it is reflected from the final composite value obtained value of 83.33% For the period of 2016 shows that the Bank soundness healthy, it is reflected from the final composite value obtained value of 73.33%. For the period of 2017 shows that the Bank soundness healthy, it is reflected from the final composite value obtained value of 83.33%. Based on the results of the analysis, the ratio that affects the rise and fall of the banks health composite value is the ratio of NPL and ROE, because in the period 2016 PT. Bank Mandiri (Pesero) Tbk experienced a decline in composite value along with a decrease in the ratio of NPL and ROE. Thus the health results can be used as an evaluation by PT. Bank Mandiri (Persero) Tbk to be more selective in lending to prospective customers to better health of banks and will affect the profits generated.

Keywords
Level and RGEC Method

Topic
Organizational and accounting system change

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/A2uMpPaB7Hgx


ANALYSIS OF CHANGES OF COMMUNITY MIND PATTERNS ABOUT WASTE BANKS TO EXISTENCE AND ACCOUNTING PRACTICES OF GARBAGE BANKS
Rimi Gusliana Mais, Erni Nuraini

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Lies Zulfiati

Institutions
STIE Indonesia

Abstract
This study aims to analyze changes in the mindset of the public regarding the Waste Bank to the existence and practice of accounting in the Waste Bank. Viewing from the proof of transaction to the financial reporting. The object of this study was conducted at the Al-Hidayah Garbage Bank in East Jakarta. This type of research is qualitative with a phenomenological approach. Data collection techniques using interviews, observation, and documentation. The data sources used are primary data, namely, officers from the East Jakarta Al-Hidayah Garbage Bank and East Jakarta Al-Hidayah Garbage Bank customers, and secondary data namely, data on the waste bank in the form of a 3R implementation book (Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle) through the 2014 Ministry of Environment waste bank. In addition, Minister Regulation No. 13 of 2012, SAK ETAP and Sharia PSAK. Data analysis in this study uses interactive model data methods. Based on the results of this study, it can be concluded that the existence of Al-Hidayah Garbage Bank can change the mindset of the community regarding waste. Garbage that used to be only disposed of without being treated, but now the community already understands how to manage waste properly, that is, the community can sort organic waste and non-organic waste. One of the impacts of good waste management is that it can add to peoples income because waste has economic value and the AL-Hidayah Waste Bank applies an accounting system that is in accordance with general accounting standards. However, Al-Hidayah Garbage Bank still uses a simple accounting system.

Keywords
Changes in peoples mindset, accounting practices, waste banks

Topic
Organizational and accounting system change

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/f3JzAGWRuEdk


ANALYSIS OF CO-BRANDING STRATEGY TO IMPROVE COMPANYS COMPETITIVE POWER (Case Study on Walls Selection Oreo)
Saefudin Zuhdi, Bambang Hengky Rainanto, Dewi Apriyani

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Saefudin i Zuhd

Institutions
Institut Bisnis dan Informatika Kesatuan, Bogor

Abstract
Along with the many products created by competing companies, many old and existing companies keep trying to maintain their existence. They are even working hard to make and offer their products so that they can market their products very well. Besides, they need to create a very appropriate distribution channel to reduce costs and to be closer to consumers. Products that can survive are products that have advantages and added values compared to other existing products. PT Unilever and Karft have strength in producing the right quality products in conducting product Co-Branding strategies in increasing sales volume. The companies use this as one of the competitive advantages in dealing with companies which do not use quality products as competitive advantages. They instead put more emphases on the price of more affordable products.

Keywords
strategi co-branding

Topic
Business Process in Digital Era

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/UaX8LH2bhdxY


ANALYSIS OF FINANCIAL DISTRESS PREDICTION IN CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES LISTED ON THE INDONESIA STOCK EXCHANGE (IDX) PERIOD 2016-2018
Nelli Novyarni, Eka Islami Syifa

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Lies Zulfiati

Institutions
Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Ekonomi Indonesia

Abstract
This study aims to analyze the prediction of financial distress in the construction companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX). This study uses a descriptive qualitative research approach, as measured by the Altman Z- Score, Springate and Zmijewski bankruptcy analysis methods. The data used in this study are secondary data. The population of this study is construction companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange from 2016 to 2018. The sample is determined by the purposive sampling method, with a total sample of 12 companies from 17 companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange, so that the total observations in this study are 36 observations. Data collection techniques using the method of documentation through the site www.idx.co.id and based on information from the various media to find out the current condition of the sample company. The results of this study stated that the prediction of financial distress in accordance with the company-s current reality is the Zmijewski model with the highest accuracy rate of 66.67% and the highest error rate us the Springate model with a percentage of 58,33%.

Keywords
Financial Distress, Altman Z-Score, Springate, Zmijewski, Bankruptcy

Topic
Organizational and accounting system change

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/jvp8zD2CmKkw


ANALYSIS OF FINANCIAL RATIO AND FINANCIAL DISTRESS: A CASE STUDY ON CONSTRUCTION SERVICES COMPANIES
Lies Zulfiati, G. Erni Yanti Anugrah Sagala

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Lies Zulfiati

Institutions
Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Ekonomi Indonesia

Abstract
This study aims to determine the indications of financial distress in the construction services companies. This study employed a descriptive method. A descriptive study is conducted to discover the value of either one or more independent variables without comparing or linking them with other variables. The sample in this study is financial statements from 2010 to 2018, during which period the construction services companies constantly experienced declining profitability. To predict financial distress in the construction services companies, the financial ratio data of 2010-2018 are analyzed using the Altman Z-score method. The findings of this study describe the prediction of financial distress in the construction services companies in 2010-2018. In 2011, no financial distress (bankruptcy) is discovered. However, in 2010, followed by 2012 to 2018, potential bankruptcy is discovered, such as decline in sales, assets, profits, and others.

Keywords
financial ratio, financial distress

Topic
Organizational and accounting system change

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/dp6wXf83UbgJ


Analysis of Knowledge about Capital Market Activities in Indonesia
Herry Novrianda (a*), Debby Arisandi (b), Aan Shar (c)

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Herry Novrianda

Institutions
a. Faculty of Economic, Indonesian Open University (UPBJJ-UT Bengkulu)

b. Faculty of Economic and Business Islam
Institut Agama Islam Negeri Bengkulu

c. Faculty of Economic and Business Islam
Institut Agama Islam Negeri Bengkulu

Abstract
The purpose of this article is to examine the knowledge of the Indonesian people about the capital market and the activities which occur therein. The methodology used to analyze the level of knowledge of Indonesian people about capital market activities is the purposive and convenience non-probability sampling method. The authors design questions to measure basic knowledge related to stock market activities, as well as questions to measure financial knowledge related to capital market instruments. The purposive and convenience non-probability sampling method was used to select respondents in this study. Questionnaires were implemented from various segments of Indonesias educated and working population (teachers, lecturers, administrators, students, workers, traders and professionals in various economic sectors). The results showed that public awareness of the existence and effective function of the capital market in Indonesia was at a fairly low level. This is caused by the lack of public knowledge of all activities that exist in the capital market in general. Investors can become more active when they have adequate knowledge about various trading activities in the capital market. The findings in this study have the implication that understanding public knowledge is very important in the process of disseminating company information, corporate communication strategies, growing number of investors and issuers so that investment instruments in the capital market can be well received.

Keywords
public knowledge, capital market activities, investment, stocks.

Topic
Business Process in Digital Era

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


Analysis of Performance and Importance Matrix to Determine The Implementation of Customer Social Responsibility
Wise Rogate Silalahi

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Wise Rogate Silalahi

Institutions
Universitas Terbuka

Abstract
One of the tasks of Higher Education is to carry out Community Service, in addition to other tasks namely education and teaching, and research. Community service is a form of university Customer Social Responsibility (CSR) to the community, to apply knowledge in solving problems in society. Indonesia Open University Regional Kupangin 2017 until 2019 has conducted Community Service activities around the area, including making woven cloth, computer training, making banana chips, acid processing, making reading gardens, family medicinal plants, and sewing training. The activity was carried out as a form of caring, and involvement in efforts to empower communities around the campus. To determine customer satisfaction with performance, a study was conducted using a PerformanceImportancematrixanalysis to customer satisfaction variables, including tangibles, reliability, responsiveness, assurance, and empathy.This is a descriptive quantitative rsearch, Populations are all participants of training, while sample is sewing training participants as a purposive sampling The results showed the following results: the average attributes of Tangibles (3.3; 3.23), Reliability (3.18; 3.33), Responsiveness (3; 3.31), Assurance (3.43; 3, 44) and Empathy (3,45; 3,4). Each has different managerial implications. For Tangibles is excessive because Performance> Importance, Reliability and Responsiveness are High Priority because P

Keywords
CSR, PI Matrix, Customers

Topic
Knowledge management and organizational learning

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/hbr6kXqLgHnW


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


Analysis of Village Fund Allocation in Kiawa Dua Village, North Kawangkoan District, Minahasa Regency
I Gede Suwetja, Jenny Morasa, Syermi S.E. Mintalangi

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Jenny Morasa

Institutions
Universitas Sam Ratulangi

Abstract
The implementation of the principles of accountability and transparency in the management of the Village Fund Allocation in Kiawa Dua Village, North Kawangkoan District, Minahasa Regency was the main concern in this study. The purpose of this study was to determine whether the planning and implementation of Village Fund Allocation in Kiawa Dua Village, North Kawangkoan District, Minahasa Regency was in accordance with the law of the Republic of Indonesia No. 6 of 2014 concerning Village and PP No. 60 of 2014 concerning Village Funds from the state budget. The benefits of this study are expected to provide insight for the Government of the Minahasa Regency, specifically the Village Fund Allocation in Kiawa Dua Village. The data was obtained from key informant namely chieftain, village officials, and community leaders who participated in the planning and even the implementation of the Village Fund Allocation. The method used is descriptive qualitative research method with Phenomenological approach that is by interview and direct observation to the Kiawa Dua Village. The results showed that the Village Fund Allocation was well managed that the implementation was in accordance with the plan, could be accounted for, accountable and transparent. Specifically in terms of reporting administration, better management is still needed. It is recommended that there is a team that manage reporting, the team can increase knowledge in making reports so that the reporting administration can be improve.

Keywords
Minahasa Regency

Topic
Innovations in tourism and hospitality

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/UqPVKLh7DE3x


Analysis Service Excellent, Quality Product for the Performance Business Company in Garuda Maintenance Facility (Studi at PT GMF AeroAsia)
(1)Lili Nursaidah; (2)Indah Kusumawati; (3)Ida Aryani; (4)Ifah Masrifah

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Indah Kusumawati

Institutions
Universitas Muhammadiyah Tangerang

Abstract
This study aims to explain the influence of innovation and product quality to the business performance of PT. GMF AeroAsia. Either partially or simultaneously (together). In this study, the population and the sample is a consumer of PT. GMF AeroAsia totaling 50 responden. Using quantitative research and sampling techniques were used, namely, incidental sampling. The results of this study indicate that partially the innovation and product quality variables have a significant positive effect on business performance. Indicated by the value of t count > t table (10,149 > 2,010) for the innovation variable and (12,224 > 2,010) for the product quality variable with a significance of 0,000. Simultaneously innovation and product quality have a significant positive effect as well, indicated by f count > f table (94,502 > 3,20) with a significance of 0,000. The R Squared result is 0,801, explaining that innovation and product quality have an influence on business performance of 80,1%. While the remaining 19,9% is influenced by other factors notinclude researched. Based on the results of the study obtained a regression model Y = -0,904 + 0,357X1 + 0,664X2.

Keywords
Innovation, Product Quality, Business Performance.

Topic
Knowledge management and organizational learning

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/TruL3Vzat4Fm


Application of Time Driven Activity Based Costing Method (TDABC) to Determine The Cost of Production and Business Income in PT ABC
Q Ahmada Arifin

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Q Ahmada Arifin

Institutions
Master of Accounting Program, Faculty of Economic and Business, University of Indonesia

Abstract
Cost of Goods Manufactured is a very important thing to calculate the selling price and profit and loss of a company. PT ABC as the main distributor of PT XYZ. This research helps PT ABC determine the Cost of Goods Manufactured which is more accurate to determine the right selling price with traditional methods and TDABC. The traditional method alocate the same value of direct and overhead labor costs for each product based on the number of units needed and provide less accurate calculations. The TDABC method provide more accurate direct labor and overhead costs by alocating the costs into each activity that has added value and the production process time for each type of product. TDABC shows that simple products have a smaller overhead allocation than products that are complicated in the production process so that undercosting or overcosting can be minimized.

Keywords
Cost of Goods Manufactured; Time Driven Activity Based Costing; Premix Seasoning; Various Product; Restaurant; Undercosting; Overcosting

Topic
Organizational and accounting system change

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/p39hrAmUaRKg


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


BEHAVIOR ASPECT OF PUBLIC SECTOR PLANING AND BUDGETING (A LITERATURE REVIEW)
a) Rakhmini Juwita b)Galuh Tresna Murti

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Corresponding Author
Rakhmini Juwita

Institutions
a) Universitas Terbuka, Economic Faculty
b) Politeknik LP3i Bandung, Economic Faculty

Abstract
The existence of differences between the factors that influence human behavior in determining planning and budgeting in the public sector makes researchers interested in conducting studies. The method used in this research is the study of literature, by analyzing a number of studies that have been carried out and published online in the period 2010-2019 and occurred in several countries. This study illustrates the phenomenon of behavioral aspects and the factors that influenced it during this period, and concluded that the factors that influence human behavior in determining planning and budgeting in the public sector, including individual needs and motivation, group pressure, organizational demands, individual background, time demands, social conflict and personal responsibility, which causes budget irregularities, budget mark up and double budget.

Keywords
Behavior, Planning and Budgeting

Topic
Organizational and accounting system change

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/8GwBmTtLkWcX


Break-Even Analysis in Increasing Revenues of Small and Medium Enterprises
Iis Solihat

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Iis Solihat

Institutions
Universitas Terbuka

Abstract
This paper aims to analyze the increase in enterprises revenue and the factors of achieving break-even for small and medium enterprises. The sample of this research was 100 product users and small and medium enterprises stakeholders. Break-event analysis sourced from primary data of product users provides information used by enterprises owners to increase revenue. The process of analyzing this paper required variable cost of product cost, operational costs, and product quality as a determinant of increasing enterprise revenue. Break-even plays an important role in increasing enterprise profits, enterprises owners are expected to take action plans to increase revenue to prevent enterprises losses. This paper contributes to small and medium enterprises in the context of enterprises that give rise to local cultural wisdom. This analysis provides empirical evidence that there is an influence on the cost of the product, operational costs, and the quality of enterprises products on the achievement of break-even to increase revenue for small and medium enterprises.

Keywords
Break-Even, Increased Enterprise Income, Small and Medium Enterprises

Topic
Contemporary issues in Digital Transformation

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/FhY7Mu4VZXCD


Co Creation Strategy for Special Interest Tourism Destination
Diaz Pranita, Ernie Tisnawati Sule, Umi Kaltum

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Diaz Pranita

Institutions
Program Vokasi Universitas Indonesia
Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis, Universitas Padjadjaran
Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis, Univesitas Padjadjaran

Abstract
This study is intended to examine the effect of niche marketing and co-creation of experience to the competitiveness of tourism destinations. The research is conducted by utilizing explanatory survey method to a population of 64 (sixty four) tourism destinations that are passed by sailing yachts in Indonesia. The observation unit is the managers of integrated yacht tourism destinations. Hypothesis testing used is Smart PLS (partial least square) to examine the series of relationships between latent variables in a limited population. The results show that niche marketing and co creation of experience are able to increase yacht tourism destinations, while co creation of experience has a greater role to improve destination competitiveness compared to niche marketing strategy.

Keywords
niche marketing; co creation of experience; competitiveness; tourism destination; yacht tourism

Topic
Innovations in tourism and hospitality

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


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


Customer base brand of Open distance learning
Dodik Dirbaya Sakti, Deni Surapto

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Corresponding Author
Deni Surapto

Institutions
Universitas Terbuka

Abstract
Priority Brand equity is very important especially in the college service business. Continuity of the life cycle Brand equity must be continually improved so that the effectiveness of the brands existence and brand recognition continues to form a positive image for customers and prospective customers. because consumers who trust and loyalty show brand loyalty can strengthen and spearhead marketing. The purpose of this study is 1) Knowing the level of significance of each element of the brand equity variable in building the Open University brand equity, 2) Knowing the series of promotional programs that have been carried out, their strengths and weaknesses and whether those efforts have shaped the image desired by management and 3) To find out whether the UT promotional effort is able to increase customer loyalty. The research method used is a Likert scale through the Rangkuti 2008 theory approach and brand equity analysis developed by A.Aker and Duriato. The population consisted of UT students from 2010-2018 and the people represented by the sample workers obtained were 104 students and 44 from the community. Good service quality can make a positive effect on the UT brand image. The strength of the UT brand is good enough. It can be proven that to form an image and has been formed is easy to remember. UT is known by distance learning that distinguishes from lectures like conventional campuses. The image of the brand is associated with a positive attitude in the form of beliefs and preferences towards a brand. Students and non-students who have a positive image of a brand will be more likely to have an interest in repurchasing.

Keywords
Customer base, Brand, equity, PTTJJ, Jayapura

Topic
Knowledge management and organizational learning

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/DPJjvE8g9xUV


DETERMINANT OF GUEST SATISFACTION: TEXT ANALYSIS ON HOTEL REVIEW
Ares Albirru Amsal, Berri Brilliant Albar

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Ares Albirru Amsal

Institutions
Universitas Andalas

Abstract
Internet users have populated the digital world with user-generated content (UGCs) such as text, pictures or videos. Those contents represent their opinion, preferences and experience related to the product that they use. In comparison with picture and videos, text format of UGC is the most accessible type to collect and analyse. To date, there has not been an adequate text analysis related to hotel review in Indonesia. The purpose of this study is to identify hotel electronic review patterns to find out the factors that make hotel visitors satisfied. This research uses 267 Mercure Hotel user reviews with -excellent- category. Mercure Hotel ware was chosen because it is the best seller hotel in Tripadvisor.co.id which located in the downtown of Padang. The result of text analysis reveals that Room is the most frequently mentioned facilities by the guests. The findings can be used to design better facilities and services for hotel guests.

Keywords
Text analysis, hotel review, user-generated content

Topic
Knowledge management and organizational learning

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/Jr7pmE6YQuBA


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 Millennial Consumer Purchasing Decisions In Bukalapak
Mumuh Mulyana, Mashadi, Astri Winda Syahputri

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Mumuh Mulyana

Institutions
Institut Bisnis dan Informatika Kesatuan

Abstract
Internet usage is growing rapidly. The internet has become an important part in business transactions. Millennial consumers, who have since been born "familiar" with the internet, have made ecommerce their favorite activity. Bukalapak as one of the ecommerce has many consumers from this millennial generation. The purpose of these research are: (1) To analysis the influence of web design to purchase decision. (2) To analysis reputation effect to purchase decision. (3) To analysis influence the ease of transaction to purchase decision. The respondents of research are 200 respondents who have transaction using e-commerce of Bukalapak. The research data processed using SEM AMOS. The results of these research are: (1) Web design has positif and significant effect to purchase decision with point t.stat 2,913 grater that 1,96 or point p 0,0004 less than 0,05. (2) Reputation takes positif and significant effect to purchase decision with point t.stat 1,960 equals from 1,96 or point p 0,050 equals from 0,05. (3) The easy transaction influences unsignificant negatively to the consumen decision with point t.stat -1,459 less then 1,96 or point p 0,145 grater than 0,05. Keywords: web design, reputation, easy transaction and purchase decision.

Keywords
web design, reputation, easy transaction and purchase decision

Topic
Contemporary issues in Digital Transformation

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/mUGTwCW2dq7J


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


Distribution Channel and Marketing Profit of Banana Chips in Lampung
Marlinda Apriyani, FAdila MArga SAty, and Endang Asliana

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Marlinda Apriyani

Institutions
Politeknik Negeri Lampung

Abstract
Banana chips is one of food cultivation product of banana which famous and superior in Lampung Province. Demand of banana chips form inside and outside region is getting higher. High demand has led to the emergence of new marketing agencies that wanto to be involved in marketing banana chips. This research aims to identify marketing channels and analyze the profit margin of each marketing institution for banana chips in Lampung. Data was collected through interviews with marketing agencies involved in marketing banana chips. Data analysis methods used are qualitative descriptive and profit margin analysis. The results of interviews and analysis show that there are 3 distribution channels for banana chips in Lampung. Channel I (producer - consumer), channel II (producer - retailer - consumer), and channel III (producer – collectors - retailer - consumer). The profits margin to each marketing channels are: (1) producer - consumer Rp25,095/kg; (2) producers - retailers Rp.11,704 / kg, consumer retailers Rp4,704 / kg; and (3) producers - collectors Rp.7,556 / kg, collectors - retailers Rp7,500 /kg, retailers - consumers Rp4,704 / Kg. Large profits margin will be obtained if producers directly sell to consumers

Keywords
banana chips, marketing agencies, distribution channels, profit margin

Topic
Digital marketing and business models

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/gb6dJGFunaLE


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


Does Role Conflict Affect Auditor-s Performance? (An Evidence From The Audit Board Of Indonesia In The East Nusa Tenggara)
Indah Y Tungga, Debryana Y Salean, Tarsisius Timuneno, Rolland E Fanggidae

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Debryana Y Salean

Institutions
Department of Management, Nusa Cendana University Kupang

Abstract
The Audit Board of Indonesia is a reputable institution that conducts management check on state financial responsibility freely and independently. Auditors as people who play an important role in the audit process are often closely related to stressful conditions. This is because they are put a lot of pressures at work and sometimes at the same time have to balance between two incompatible demands competing against each other. Being professional and achieving an excellent performance can be challenging when an auditor is facing a role conflict. The main purpose of this study is to identify and analyze the impact of role conflict on auditors performance in the Audit Board of Indonesia in East Nusa Tenggara Province. The population in this study are all auditors in the Audit Board of Indonesia in East Nusa Tenggara Province counted to 86 auditors, while the sample of this study are 46 auditors. This study uses a simple regression analysis to analyze and test the hypothesis. The finding of this study shows that role conflict significantly affect auditors performance. The result of this study makes a contributions to the Audit Board of Indonesia in their employment selection. Implications of the findings are discussed and directions for future research are offered.

Keywords
Role stress, Role Conflict, Performance, Human Resources, and Auditor

Topic
Knowledge management and organizational learning

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/bA46DQ8tEanB


EFFECT OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP LEARNING COURSES WITH ENTREPRENEURSHIP CAREER OPTIONS ON STUDENTS OF UT
Irmawaty1, Faridah Iriani2

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Irmawaty Irmawaty

Institutions
Universitas Terbuka

Abstract
Unemployment is a strategic problem in Indonesia. The number of unemployed in Indonesia reached 7:24 million (CBS, 2014), therefore we need a national movement to improve the entrepreneurial spirit of the society. The government launched the National Entrepreneurship Movement on February 2, 2011 in Jakarta. The main focus of the government is trying to provide jobs for the unemployed. In 2009 fiscal year, the Government through the Directorate General of Higher Education, Ministry of National Education has launched the Student Entrepreneurial Program (PMW) to be implemented and developed by universities. Seeing that the importance of the entrepreneurial spirit is developed or even born among students, the researchers are interested in doing research to see how the role of entrepreneurship courses in fostering the entrepreneurial spirit among students. The analytical method used is a binary logistic regression. From the analysis, states that personality is the dominant factor affecting the interest in entrepreneurship among students not because the learning of entrepreneurship courses.

Keywords
courses, entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial spirit, students

Topic
Knowledge management and organizational learning

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/gzKJ6uehqNxP


Eka Buana Jerowaru East Lombok as a Village Tourism Area
Tamjuddin

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Tamjuddin Tam

Institutions
Universitas Terbuka

Abstract
Realizing Eka Buana Village based on community tourism is a coastal village surrounded by hills on the edge of a white sand beach that is very potential as, Suwarga beach has the beauty of natural attraction of fauna, flora and thick with local culture, relaxed atmosphere of heaven in the eastern region South Lombok, bordering the location of the Mandalika Tourist Area (KEK), related to a variety of risk considerations due to environmental changes safety and comfort factors, for indicators of tourism performance the role and reach of facilities to destination requires adequate infrastructure to encourage. Transportation infrastructure, lodging facilities supporting other community- based tourism needs, although there is an effect on tourist visits, both foreign and domestic, require services or acceptance of the local community in receiving tourism guests visit in accordance with the norms of local cultural norms, although some issues of contraction of local cultural pollution that hospitality by this village community. Related to the type of denagna, increasing tourist arrivals from the point of view of Indonesia-s economy is a very potential market that can promise a trendy tourism market, so far the types of tourism that are trending are : Ecotourism, Cultural tourism

Keywords
Tourist area, contraction, culture.

Topic
Innovations in tourism and hospitality

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/MZYQrXp7GjPz


Employer branding, affective commitment, and turnover intention: perceptions of employees in Indonesia
Ria Marginingsih*, Dani Irawan

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Ria Marginingsih

Institutions
Universitas Islam 45

Abstract
Purpose This study aimed to examine the effect of employer branding on turnover intention mediated by affective commitment. In particular, this study tries to identify how the effect of perceived employer branding on turnover intention. Design/methodology/approach The population of this study was employees in Indonesia with a sample of 189 respondents. The analytcal tool used was a path analysis. Findings In the data analysis shows that: 1) the affective commitment has significant and positive effect on turnover intention. 2) employer branding has no significant and negative effect on patient turnover intention. 3) employer branding has positive and significant impact on affective commitment

Keywords
employer branding; affective commitment; turnover; brand; path analysis.

Topic
Knowledge management and organizational learning

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


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