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The Effect of Organizational Characteristics on Whistleblowing Behavior for Identifying Fraud

Elsa Imelda, Yenyen Hendris
The purpose of this research was to obtain empirical evidence about the effect of organizational characteristics such as respect and openness, cooperation and flexibility, fair treatment, and trust in supervisory authority, on whistleblowing behavior to identify fraud. This research used questionnaires...

Environmental Factors Affecting the Acceleration of Financial Technology (Fintech) Adoption by SMEs in the East Java Region

Sonata Christian, Trianggoro Wiradinata, Christian Herdinata, Auditia Setiobudi
Purpose – This study aimed to help define the environmental factors affecting the acceleration of FinTech adoption by SMEs in the East Java Region. Design/methodology/approach – An empirical study of TOE Framework focused on environmental factors using the data from 402 respondents of SMEs Owners and...

The Relationship Between Moral Leadership and Organizational Citizenship Behavior: The Mediating Effect of Job Satisfaction

Linda Lin Chin Lin, Agustinus Purna Irawan, Paula Tjatoerwidya Anggarina, Chou Li-Feng, Hung Chun-Ping
Moral Leadership is one of the most important leadership styles among Chinese enterprises, which are also the one of the leadership styles of the paternalistic leadership. Nowadays most Chinese are expecting the higher leaders who have highly standard moral across societies and organizations. It’s based...

The Influence Toward the Quality of Life When Technology Meets Handmade Goods and Services

Tsai Shieunt-Han
For improving the quality of life and health condition of Taiwanese, we promote handmade candles in order to service our consumers. We plan to use the convenience of technology and enhance our publicity more in the offering. We hence conducted an investigation on organic enterprises that included organic...

Entrepreneurial Orientation and Market Orientation in Business Performance of SMEs: An Exploration of the Impact on E-Commerce Adoption

Yayuk Sriayudha, Ade Octavia, Sigit Indrawijaya
In the industrial era of 4.0, digital and physical changes are inevitable, as well as for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs). The majority of SMEs in Jambi Province have not conducted digital technology as marketing strategy for the expansion of their market share. The purposes of this research were:...

The Impact of Celebgram Endorsement on Purchase Intention: The Mediating Effects of Customer Attitude and Brand Awareness

Yemima Amitay, Hery Winoto Tj, Saparso, Soegeng Wahyoedi
This study aimed to examine the impact of celebgram endorsement on purchase intention among millennial women in Jakarta, mediated by brand awareness and customer attitude. The hypotheses were tested by using a quantitative method based on 100 samples. Data was collected using questionnaires distributed...

SWOT Analysis on the SMEs of Batik Products in Jambi City

M. Tony Nawawi, Rodhiah Rodhiah
Batik is one of Indonesian cultures which is an asset from ancestors, thus must be preserved. Almost every province in Indonesia has its own distinctive Batik products. However, not all regions in Indonesia can preserve the Batik industry. This study aimed to assess the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities,...

Talent Management Model in Digital Age: Strategic Internal Entrepreneurial Mechanism

Wei-Ting Yvonne Foung, Yi-Shien Yeh, Bih-Shiaw Jaw
With economic growth and social development, Taiwan has gradually emerged as an ageing social problem, thus causing a structural imbalance in the population and aggravating the level of competition in the talent market. On the other hand, the new generation of workers who grew up under the influence...

The Effect of Leadership Style on Job Satisfaction Among HWI Lindeteves Shops, With Burnout as Mediating Variable

Oey Hannes Widjaya, Herlina Budiono, Hendra Wiyanto
The purpose of this research was to reveal the effect of leadership attitude on job satisfaction through burnout among HWI Lindeteves shops. This research used SEM-PLS in a descriptive research method that observed over 80 respondents. A positive effect of leadership style on burnout was found as the...

An Innovative Business Model of Chinese Herbal Medicine in Handmade Tea Beverage Market in China

Chen Hui-Chuan, Lu Te-Tsai
This study aims to start up an innovative business model of handmade beverage market based on Chinese herbal medicine in China. This follows the Chinese ancient 24 solar terms to create a series of herbal beverages to meet the healthy need, of which any of the 24 solar terms in traditional Chinese lunar...

Analysis of the Effectiveness of Financial Education for Small and Medium Enterprises to Increase Financial Literacy (Preliminary Study: A Small Business Enterprise in Bandung)

Maya Malinda, Asni Harianti, Miki Tjandra, Meryana Meryana
Financial education is very important to everyone including financial education on Small Business Enterprise (SBE). This preliminary study revealed that financial education can increase financial literate significantly. Using Financial Fitness Quiz built by O’Neill, there were different results before...

The Effects of Age, Family-Relation, and Activities of the Board of Commissioners on Company Value

Sitti Rizki Mulyani, Darma Syahrullah Eka Jaya, Yani Fitriyanti, Desi Permata Sari
This study aims to analyze how the effect of age, family relation as a board of commissioners, and activities of the board of commissioners on company value. Two variables are used as control variables, which are company age and company leverage. The samples in this research is taken by random sampling...

The Use of Investment Assessment and Decision Systems: The Impact of Investor Characteristics

Sarwo Edy Handoyo, Herlin Tundjung Setijaningsih
This article discusses about the relationship between investor characteristics and investment decisions as well as the evaluation or valuation of information used. The method was used by conducting a literature review. Investigations were carried out on the relationship between investor characteristics...

Designing Consumer Intention Index

Keni Keni, Lerbin R. Aritonang R., Ary Satria Pamungkas
This research is a preliminary study to develop a national Consumer Intention Index (CII) in the context of batik-art. As a preliminary study, this study was conducted on 346 people who purchased batik-art as samples in the cities of Yogyakarta and Solo. The result shows that the CII instrument produced...

The Best Model for Predicting Tourists to Visit Kalibiru Tourism Object

Nuryasman M. N., Kartika Nuringsih
Tourism sector is the most effective sector in encouraging an increase in Indonesia’s foreign exchange, although there is no forecasting model that can be used to predict the number of tourist visits. This study attempted to fill the void of the model to predict the number of tourist visits to Kalibiru...

The Determinants of Exchange-Rate Volatility

Ishak Ramli
The IDR/USD volatility during January-March 2018 was the lowest compared to the currencies of high-risk countries (fragile five) and in the ASEAN region. Rupiah volatility is around 8%, while Brazilian real volatility is 15%, Mexican pesos is 13%, Turkish lira is 8.8%, Russian ruble is 14%, South Korean...

Factors Influencing Career Choice in Islamic Multilevel Marketing: The Mediating Role of Company Credibility

Jhanghiz Syahrivar, Hetty Karunia Tunjungsari, Frangky Selamat, Chairy Chairy
Research in Islamic Multilevel Marketing (MLM) is relatively underrepresented, partly because such business model combined with Islamic appeal is a relatively new phenomenon and the novelty of MLM business is disputable in Islamic point of view. This research aimed to explore factors influencing the...

The Effects of Profitability, Growth, and Size on Company Value With Capital Structure as Control Variable

Robby Dharma, Letnan Dalimunthe, Arbiuddin Syahputra Hakim Harahap, Susriyanti, Sartika Putri Rahayu
This study intended to reveal the effects of profitability, growth, and company size on company value, with capital structure as control variable, among manufacturing companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX). This study used 165 manufacturing companies listed on IDX from 2013 to 2017 as...

The Role of Employees’ Responsiveness in Organizational Performance

Vivi Nila Sari, Sitti Rizki Mulyani, Marta Widian Sari, Erwin Hotmansyah Harahap
This study aimed to determine how much influence of the Leadership Style and Leader’s Innovation on Organizational Performance through Employee’s Responsiveness as an intervening variable. This research variables are Leadership Style (X1), Leader’s Innovation (X2) Employee’s Responsiveness (Z), and Organizational...

The Effect of the Board of Directors’ Characteristics on Company Value

Fitri Yeni, Zerni Melmusi, Esti Wulandari, Desi Ilona
This study aims to analyze the influence of the characteristics of the board of directors on company value. The characteristics of the board of directors are measured by size, age, and activities on company values. The samples of this research were taken randomly from 266 companies listed in the Indonesia...

The Preliminary Exploration of Competency for Community Revitalization – A Study Among The Rural Youth as an Example

Pei-Fang Tsai, Yi-Chang Chen, Yu-Ming Cheng
According to the literature of competency and entrepreneurship, developing appropriate competencies is more likely to accomplish expected achievements especially under an uncertain business environment. The conditions of the community revitalization in rural areas are in a similar situation as a process...

The Effect of Affective Commitment and Psychological Contract Violation on Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB) With Locus of Control as Intervening Variable

Chintya Ones Charli, Bayu Pratama Azka, Robby Dharma, Dori Mittra Candana
The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of affective commitment and psychological contract violation on Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB) with Locus of Control as intervening variable at Gunung Naga Mas Ltd. Data was collected through surveys and distributing questionnaires with...

Assessing the Impact of Business Model Innovation, Firm Characteristics and External Collaboration on Food Outlet Performance in Malaysia

Bryan Teoh Phern Chern, Fauziah Binti Sh. Ahmad
Kuala Lumpur, the national capital of Malaysia is a diverse and dynamic city. The food scenary in Kuala Lumpur is constantly changing, with new variants of business models being introduced frequently. Restaurants and food outlets need to adapt to this change in order to maintain sustainable competitive...

The Effects of Intellectual Capital and Knowledge Management on Business Performance

Riza Yonita, Sutiyem Sutiyem, Muthia Roza Linda
The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of intellectual capital and knowledge management on business performance. This study was conducted in Indonesia. Research respondents were bank employees who had structural positions. Data had been collected by using a survey with questionnaires. We...

Credit and Collection Management Practices, Credit Risk Management, and Financial Performance of Private Higher Educational Institutions (HEIs) in the Philippines: Basis for Continuous Improvement

Maria Delia M. Poot
The main goal of an educational institution is to maintain its stability and improve its growth and sustainability. Thus, educational institution must have an effective Credit and Collection Management Practices (CCMP) and Credit Risk Management to avoid credit risk. The study assessed the CCMP of private...

A Qualitative Study on Small Firms’ Competitive Advantage Competencies in Laos Tourism Industry

Cheng-Lung Li, Sommanoxay Soulivanh
Companies can create core competencies or competitive advantages by adopting the marketing strategies. It can result in creating profitable relationship with customers, differentiation themselves to gain superior customer value than others. This study emphasizes on investigating how small tourism firms...

Natural Functional Foods Consumption Behavior Among the Malaysians with Obesity

Phuah Kit Teng, Khoong Tai Wai, Ow Mun Waei, Tey Sheik Kyin
Natural functional food industry is growing steadily worldwide and innovative products are being continuously launched thus making competition fierce. Successful commercialization of natural functional foods is proving to be challenging especially due to the need for a strategic approach to product development...

The Effects of Website Content and Trust on Online Purchasing Intention of Agricultural Products

Yi-Chang Chen, Hui-Ho Lee
According to the literature review, positive website content and trust in internet shopping will increase internet purchasing intention. Meanwhile, trust in internet shopping may play the mediating role. Therefore, this study aimed to explore the relationship between website content, trust in internet...

A Study on the Effect of Learning Outcomes of the Five Practical Methods in Entrepreneurship Education

Lu Te-Tsai
The present study investigated the effect of learning outcomes of the five practical methods in entrepreneurship education. The two classes of junior students became the experimental and control group. After learning the five practical methods, the experimental group can produce better results than the...

Analysis of the Effectiveness of Financial Education for Students in Higher Education to Increase Financial Literacy (Case Study: Financial Planning Class in Maranatha Christian University)

Maya Malinda, Miki Tjandra, Asni Harianti, Olivia Vania Olius
Financial literacy is a term that is currently used in many papers about a person’s literacy in managing his / her finance. Someone is said to be financially literate when he or she is able to take advantage of financial institutions and manage his / her finance. The efforts to improve financial literacy,...

Investment Decision: The Case of Indonesian Manufacturing Companies

Rousilita Suhendah, Nathania Nathania
The purpose of this paper was to examine the determinant of investment among companies in consumption goods sector listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) during the period of 2014-2017, with the sample as many as 100 companies. The investment decision was measured by nett investment. The authors...

The Effect of Business Knowledge and Self-Confidence on Business Performance With Business Innovation as Mediating Variable Among SMEs in Padang City

Ramdani Bayu Putra, Elfiswandi Elfiswandi, Hasmaynelis Fitri, Neni Sri Wahyu Nengsih
The era of digitizing the industry 4.0 has an impact on changes in the competence of all organizations, in order to survive and improve the performance of organizations. This study aimed to analyze the impact of business knowledge and self-confidence on business performance with business innovation as...

The Role of Human Capital and Knowledge Management in Innovation

Muthia Roza Linda, Gesit Thabrani, Firman Firman
The purpose of this study was to examine the impact of human capital and knowledge management in innovation. This study was conducted in Indonesia. Research respondents were bank employees who had structural positions. Data had been collected by using a survey with questionnaires. Based on data analysis...

Psychological Contract in Improving Human Resources Strategy With Organizational Culture as Mediating Variable

Sry Rosita, Edward Edward, Fitri Widiastuti
The minimum criteria regarding the qualifications and competencies of lecturers in conducting education require psychological contracts, organizational culture and the strategy of Human Resources (HR) that are used as the basis for work relationships. The main objective of this research is to examine...

Factors Affecting Free-Cash-Flow (FCF) with Dividend Policy as a Mediating Variable

Nia Widyanti, Widyasari Widyasari
The purpose of research was to obtain empirical evidence about the impact of board structure, board independence, and leverage on Free-Cash-Flow (FCF) with dividend policy as a mediating variable among manufacturing companies during the period of 2016-2018. This study used 29 manufacturing companies...

The Role of Social Influence Towards Purchase Intention With Value Perception as Mediator: A Study on Starbucks Coffee as an Environmentally Friendly Product

Miharni Tjokrosaputro, Cokki Cokki
This study aimed to examine the effects of social influence both directly and indirectly on purchase intention of Starbucks as an environmentally friendly product. This study used a survey method. The respondents consisted of 100 Starbucks consumers. A convenience sampling technique was used. The data...

The Impact of the Number of Trusted Members on the Perceived Credibility of the Information on Social Commerce: The Mediating Roles of Cognitive Trust and Affective Trust

Choon Ling Kwek, Zhang Li, Ke Shin Yeow, Ng Ka Yee, Thamilarasi A/P Thiruchandren
With the advancement of internet technology, the transaction conducted via social commerce has become a trend. However, the credibility of social commerce is in doubt due to many fraudulent cases and scams being discovered frequently. Therefore, this study would like to evaluate the impacts of the number...

The Effects of Content-Influencer Marketing on Consumer Attitude to Brand (A Case Study on SkinnyIndonesian24 in Bukalapak E-Commerce Company)

Nuning Kristiani, Ni Wayan Lasmi Pipiyanti
This research was intended to reveal the effects of influencers’ attractiveness, trustworthiness, and expertise on consumer attitude towards advertising content partially and simultaneously, as well as the effect of consumer attitude towards advertising content on consumer attitude towards the brand....

The Influence of Accounting Conservatism, Leverage, Growth Opportunities, Cash and Liquidity on Corporate Investment Among Manufacturing Companies Listed on Indonesia Stock Exchange

Andreas Bambang Daryatno, Linda Santioso
This study aimed to provide empirical evidence on the influence of Accounting Conservatism, Leverage, Growth Opportunities and Cash and Liquidity on Corporate Investment. The object of this research used was manufacturing companies listed on Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) in 2014-2016. Samples were obtained...

Attitudes Toward Mobile App Payment Systems: A Case Study Among Indonesian Millennials

Vita Briliana, Tita Deitiana, Wasisto Ruswidiono
This study adapted the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) to examine the usefulness of mobile apps, value-for-money, emotional value, and individual mobility factors that influence Indonesian millennials’ attitudes toward mobile app payment systems and how their attitudes mediate these four variables...

Ethnic, Skill, Qualification Diversity of Board of Commissioners and Stock Performance

Hilda Mary, Hanna Pratiwi, Chyntia Loren, Desi Ilona
The goal of this study is to examine the effect of ethnic, skill, and qualification diversity of the board of commissioners on stock performance in emerging markets. This study employs 266 companies listed on IDX (Indonesia Stock Exchange) during 2011-2017 periods. The result shows that ethnic, skill,...

The Effect of Team Social Exchange Perspective on Employee Job Satisfaction

Nikodemus Hans Setiadi Wijaya
This study developed the relationship between team social exchange relationship (i.e., Leader-Member Exchange or LMX and Team-Member Exchange or TMX) and employee job satisfaction. This study evaluated the importance of LMX and TMX on job satisfaction. Furthermore, this study also examined the joint...

The Belt & Road Initiative: A Study from Malaysian SMEs’ Perspective

Chin Mui-Yin, Theresa Ho-Char-Fei, Teo Poh-Chuin, Chong Chu-Le, Wai Chew-Keong
The Belt & Road Initiative that was introduced by President Xi Jinping has received numerous attentions from the governments, business organizations and individuals from different countries. However, even though it is believed that Chinese companies will be the big winners from the Belt & Road...

Factors Affecting the Use of Leverage Among Manufacturing Firms in Indonesia

Margarita Ekadjaja, Agustin Ekadjaja, Halim Putera Siswanto
A firm‘s decision to use leverage becomes a controversial policy between the managers and shareholders. The aim of this study was to reveal the determinants that affect a firm’s decision to use leverage. Data was collected from financial reports of manufacturing firms in Indonesia during the years of...

Designing an Entrepreneurial University Model With Social Cognitive Theory Approach

Irine Herdjiono, Gerzon Maulany, Benediktus Elnath Aldy, Fitriani Fitriani
This study aimed to examine the proposed entrepreneurial university model that is relevant to the changing times. A number of studies on the entrepreneurial university model have been conducted. This study used social cognitive theory that underlies the entrepreneurial university model. The method used...

Diversity Among the Board of Commissioners and Stock Return: A Study on the Influence of Nationality, Gender and Educational Background

Muhammad Ridwan, M. Afuan, Rio Andhika Putra, Nora Putri Ayu
This study analyzes the influence of board nationality, diversity, gender, and educational background as independent and dependent variables on stock returns. Two control variables were used namely, the audit quality and company age, with secondary data obtained in the form of financial statements and...

The Effects of Expatriates’ Cross-Cultural Competence, Work-Role Demand on Expatriates’ Adjustment and Performance: A Meta-Analysis Approach

Lee Li-Yueh, Nguyen Phuoc-Thien
Along with the tremendous growth of international operations, more and more expatriates have to be dispatched to the overseas market places. However, expatriate’s failure still remains in a higher rate. Expatriates’ failure not only can incur the loss of company sales and profits, but also negatively...

The Effects of Price Discount, Bonus Pack, and In-Store Display on Impulse Buying at Supermarkets

Della Asmaria Putri, Emil Salim, Vicky Brama Kumbara, Elfiswandi Elfiswandi
The purpose of this research was to analyze the effects of price discounts, bonus pack, and in-store display on impulse buying at Supermarkets in Padang City. This study used quantitative method to investigate certain populations and samples. The sampling technique used in this study was accidental sampling;...

Comparing the Benefits of International Diversification Using Industrial Correlation and Non-Systematic Risk

Ignatius Roni Setyawan
Roll (1992) stated that the ASEAN capital market is still attractive for international diversification in various industries. To test the benefits of this international diversification, I used the industrial correlation between stock exchanges index and MSCI, and non-systematic risk measurement from...

The Effect of Servant Leadership and Work Engagement on Organizational Citizenship Behavior Mediated by Organizational Commitment on Volunteers in Abbalove Ministries Church

Fidela Sadikin, Melitina Tecualu, Eka Desy
This research aimed to examine the effect of Servant Leadership and Work Engagement on Organizational Citizenship Behavior mediated by Organizational Commitment on Volunteers in Abbalove Ministries Church. This research utilized the Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) as data analysis technique by using...