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Study of Conventional Bank Health in Indonesia from 2012 to 2017

Yusnita Octafilia, Evelyn Wijaya
Health bank level method that had been changed three times, from CAMEL, CAMELS to RGEC is Bank Indonesia’s strategy in order to protect banking sector which is susceptive to economy crisis. It is attractive because RGEC method is just implemented in Indonesia’s banking sector and it known from international...

Differentiation Services and Customer Value that Affects Customer Satisfaction and Customer Loyalty PT. Samudra Jaya Sakti

Yusuf Suhardi, Zulkarnaini Zulkarnaini, Anisa Nanda Novita, Arya Darmawan
Research aims to determine the influence of service differentiation and customer value to customer satisfaction and customer loyalty services of freight forwarding at PT. Samudra Jaya Sakti. Independent variables differentiation services and customer values that affect the analysis of dependent variables...

Unusual Phenomena of the Risk-Return Relationship in Indonesia Sharia Stocks Market

Muhammad Anhar, Faris Faruqi
This study aims to prove the existence of an unusual phenomenon in the short-term investment market of Sharia stocks in Indonesia in 2018. The usual phenomenon that is in accordance with the axiom “Risk and Return Trade-off” is “High risk - high return, low risk - low return”, both for total risk, systematic...

The Influence of Role Conflict and Role Overload to Job Satisfaction

Rutinaias Haholongan, Dedi Kusdinar
Human resources are considered as an important source of development for the company, for the best use of human resources is not neglected to provide knowledge, skills and abilities that are controlled by employees with roles assigned to the organization. This study aims to explain whether the variable...

The Influence of Leadership Communications Mediated by Feeling Valued and Involved, on Employee Engagement: (A Case Study of PT Sanggar Sarana Baja Change Management)

Antonius Hery Wibowo, Risa Bhinekawati
Change is inevitable in any business organizations to grow sustainably and build competitive advantage. Reluctance to change will adversely affect the organizations in competition. PT Sanggar Sarana Baja, a company established in 1977, realized the necessity of change. In the last five years, the Company...

Digital Platform Utilization for Indonesian Marine Products Marketing: A Study Case on Aruna Indonesia

Adrie Frans Assa, Gidion Putra Adirinekso
Marine products is one of main contributors to maritime economy in Indonesia, but marine product industries’ contribution to the GDP and coastal community welfare in Indonesia are considered low. Aruna Indonesia is a start-up that links fishermen as individual and cooperatives with the end buyers through...

Increasing the Rural Economy of Village Owned Enterprises BUMDes Antajaya Bogor

Sri Widyastuti, Sri Ambarwati
This article aims to map the potential of the Antajaya region in planning with the establishment of BUMDes in the region and how to strengthen its role in the rural economy. The research method used is qualitative, this study shows that the village of Antajaya in the future will become a rural economic...

Study of Factors Affecting Domestic Tourism Purchase in SMEs Food and Beverage Based in Manado City

Imelda W. J. Ogi, Joy E. Tulung, Mirah H. Rogi, Christoffel M. O. Mintardjo
Manado City is a city located in Northern Sulawesi Province. With a multicultural background, this area is very rich with a variety culinary delights. Seafood products combined with traditionally prepared archipelago spices are the main culinary offerings of the city of Manado. The grilled fish culinary...

The Analysis Feasibility Study on the Financial Aspects of Islamic Perspective

Hamdi Agustin, Azwirman Azwirman
The purpose of this study is to calculate the feasibility of investing in the financial aspects by using an Islamic perspective namely Hamdi’s Method. Hamdi’s Method uses the calculations of gold value method (GVM) and gold index (GI) which is a substitute for calculations in conventional concept, namely...

Impact of Corporate Social Responsibility Disclosure and Accounting Performance on Sustainable Business

Rahmawati Rahmawati, Salju Salju, Dileep Kumar Mohanachandran
Corporate social responsibility disclosure is part of the service of accounting performance linked to social, economic, environmental dimensions of company program which can play a keen role in developing stakeholders (Society, government, stockholders) trust as well as image of the company. Nevertheless,...

The Effect of Moral Intensity, Ethical Decision Making, Professional Commitment, and Anticipatory Socialization on Whistleblowing Intention

Dina Nurdianawati, Riani Rachmawati
The focus of this study is to examine the relationship between individual perceptions related to moral intensity over an ethical situation mediated by ethical decision making towards whistleblowing intention and to examine the relationship between professional commitment and anticipatory socialization...

Effect of Service Quality and Satisfaction Level on Consumer Loyalty of MRT Trains (Case Study in Ciputat Area)

Djoko Hananto, Sampor Ali
Research aiming for knowing influence quality service and level satisfaction in a manner partial or simulant to loyalty consumer, sample in research this is all consumer who use service the train MRT in Ciputat, sample taken with use purposive sampling technique are required. Criteria sample is consumer...

The Impact of Work-Balance on Employee Performance Mediated by Employee Loyalty (Lessons from Female Employees Working in International Environment in Greater Jakarta, Indonesia)

Melisa Melayansari, Risa Bhinekawati
The roles of women have been more recognized as vital within organizations or companies. Companies that have more women in managerial positions have been able to handle risks more effectively; to do better in managing relationship with customers, employees, shareholders and local communities. However,...

Jakarta Islamic Index Performance Analysis, Before, During and After the 2008 Global Crisis Using Sharpe, Treynor, and Jensen Index

Mohammad Benny Alexandri, Meita Pragiwani, Aldi Bahtiar
The stages of the investment decision process include five stages of decision, which is the determination of investment objectives; investment policy determination; selection of portfolio strategy; asset selection; measurement and evaluation of portfolio performance. This study aims is to find out (1)...

Influence Service Quality, Brand Image, Location to Customer Satisfaction and Customer Loyalty (Case Study on Motorcycle Repair Shop Sahabat Motor-Cibinong Customer)

Lina Noersanti, Try Akbar Prasetyo
The purpose of this research was to know whether the quality of service, brand image, location will affect the satisfaction and make customers loyal. Research method used path analysis method with smartPLS application version 3.2.8. The type of data used is primary data. With the spread of quesioner...

Unusual Phenomena of the Profit-Return Relationship in Indonesia Sharia Stocks Market

Muhammad Anhar, Faris Faruqi
This study aims to prove the existence of an unusual phenomenon in the short-term investment market of Sharia stocks in Indonesia in 2018. The usual phenomenon that is in accordance with the fundamental analysis of stock investment is “High profit - high return, low profit - low return”. Does this phenomenon...

Potential Partnership of Community-Based Management in Supporting the Utilization of Sustainable Resources in Indonesian Coastal Tourism

Saiqa Ilham Akbar, Anisa Nurpita
The application of community-based management (CBM) in managing coastal tourism in Indonesia is still limited to providing short-term benefits, especially for local communities and does not guarantee the sustainability of resources at large. On the other hand, most CBM partnership in Indonesia are still...

Factors that Influence Tourist Buying Interest in Manado City Traditional SMEs

Imelda W. J. Ogi, Merinda H. Ch. Pandowo, Rita N. Taroreh
Small businesses in Manado are on of the pillars in supporting economic growth in this area. SMEs also support the development of innovation in supporting the tourism industry in this city. Problems faced by SMEs in Manado include how SMEs in Manado, especially traditional SMEs, in predicting consumer...

The Quality of Human Resources, Motivation and Leadership on the Performance of the Forensic Checker in the Peslabfor Bareskrim Indonesia Police

Meita Pragiwani, Dewi Arni, Mohammad Benny Alexandri
This study aims to analyze the performance of the forensic examiner in the Puslabfor Bareskrim Indonesia Police (POLRI) by looking at the factors of quality of human resources, motivation and leadership partially or simultaneously and the variables that have a large influence in this study. The methodology...

Does Indonesia’s Economic Growth Reduce Unemployment?

Dwi Windu Suryono, Agustian Burda, Rama Chandra
This study is aimed at examining the existence of Okun’s law, the negative relationship between economic growth and unemployment using First Difference Model to secondary data on real Gross Domestic Product and the open unemployment rate of Indonesia during the period 1986 – 2018. Okun’s law exist in...

Tracer Study of Alumni Profiles and STEI Contribution to the Competence of Graduates at the Workplace (Case Study STEI Alumni Class of 2012)

Muhammad Ramaditya, Syahrul Effendi
The purpose of this research is to know the Tracer Study of the alumni profile and STEIs contribution to the competence of its graduates in the world of work (case study on the 2012 Batch of alumni). This study uses sampling from the data obtained by distributing questionnaires to 2012 alumni for the...

Quality Management System and Environmental Management System: What is Its Role in Manufacturing Industry

Sri Sarjana, Joko Rizkie Widokarti
Management standards are internationally recognized and have been widely used by various manufacturing industries in industrial estate, which are environmental management systems and quality management systems. There is guarantee of product quality and existence of environmental performance guarantees...

Addressing the Unmet Needs of Measuring Vascular Ageing in Clinical Practice - European COoperation in Science and Technology Action VascAgeNet

Rachel E. Climie, Christopher Clemens Mayer, Rosa Maria Bruno, Bernhard Hametner
Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) is the leading cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide, regardless of gender, ethnicity or income. Evidence that vascular age, as opposed to chronological age, is better related to the prognosis of CVD is convincing. Despite recent technological advances for the measurement...

The Realization of Maqoshid Shari’ah as Local Values in Industrial Relations Disputes Resolution Efforts

Asri Wijayanti, Slamet Suhartono, Mahsun, Muridah Isnawati
In the era of globalization, the role of Trade Unions is very important. Trade Unions can represent workers in industrial relations dispute resolution and carry out activities to improve workers' welfare. Trade Unions can sometimes take unwise actions that cause suspicion to others. The problem in this...

Does the Nitric Oxide Synthase T786C Gene Polymorphism Influence Arterial Stiffness in Patients with Metabolic Syndrome?

Angela Cozma, Adriana Fodor, Lucia Maria Procopciuc, Teodora Alexescu, Vasile Negrean, Dana Pop, Doina Alina Todea, Olga Hilda Orăşan, Adela-Viviana Sitar-Taut
Background: Endothelial Nitric Oxide Synthase (eNOS) is responsible for Nitric Oxide (NO) bioavailability at endothelial level. Aging (even in healthy people) is involved in arterial stiffness increases. Materials and Methods: We investigated (in the service of Cardiology, 4th Medical Clinic) 100 patients,...

Optimal Walking Gait Generator for Biped Robot Using Modified Jaya Optimization Technique

Ho Pham Huy Anh, Tran Thien Huan
This paper treats the optimization of the biped walking trajectory that can be used as a reference trajectory for control. The biped robot is modeled as a kinetic chain of 11 links connected by 10 joints. The inverse kinematics of the biped is derived for the specified positions of the hips and feet....

Bank Strategy when Facing Financial Technology Competition

Dede Suryanto
The evolution in banking financial technology shifts banking services from traditional transaction services to modern banking services. This breakthrough changes the way in which banking transactions are performed. Banks should thereby rethink their business strategy to compete in the era of technological...

Theme of Humor and Advertising Effectiveness on Indonesian Children’s Screens

Naldo, Sri Rahayu, Hardika Widi Satria
Humor is of value as a means of communication in a broad sense. Although humor often appears in advertisements, researchers tend to treat humor for advertising effectiveness to explore the use of humor-based advertising appeal in advertisements aimed at Indonesian children. The author conducted a systematic...

Strategy for Improving the Performance of Language Education Institutions Using SWOT Analysis: Case Study of Arabic Language Education at Ma’had ABC

Dean Yulindra Affandi, Dasril Guntara
At Ma’had ABC, a religious education institution, the Arabic language program plays an important role, especially in Islamic da’wah and diplomatic relations between Indonesia and Saudi Arabia. Since 9/11, however, the development of the Arabic language program has stalled due to the decline of aid from...

SLEEKR Information System: Perceived Ease of Use and Usefulness

Sancoko, Thesa Adi Purwanto, Nadhira Aprilia
Information systems are required by some private national companies to help employees work more efficiently and effectively. PT X uses a Sleekr application for all employees. The goal of this study was to determine the perceived ease of use and usefulness of the Sleekr application, for which a descriptive...

Popular Destinations in Tourism: Case Study of TripAdvisor

Annisa Pratiwi
In the modern era, it has become very popular to share travel experiences on the Internet. This study focuses on a common trend among tourists: the travel experience toward positive and negative travel experience’s review shared on TripAdvisor. The study analyzed a sample of the top five most visited...

Service Time of JKN Outpatients in Selected Hospitals of Jakarta

Supriadi
One of the dimensions of patient satisfaction is patient waiting time, which is influenced by several factors, including patient registration service time. The reliability of the registration officer and the computer device used influence the timing of patient registration services. The reliability of...

Transfer Pricing Aggressiveness and Corporate Governance: Indonesia’s Evidence

Dewi Kartika Sari
This study aimed at developing the transfer pricing aggressiveness measurement and empirically testing the effect of the corporate governance (CG) mechanism on the aggressiveness of transfer pricing. The transfer pricing aggressiveness measurement was developed using PMK No. 213/PMK.03/2016 and regulation...

The Power of a Mayor’s Social Media Posts to Create a Support Base of Young Local Citizens: A Case Study

Pijar Suciati, Mareta Maulidiyanti
With an active and engaged citizenry, the picturesque city of Bandung, the capital of West Java province, has become a major city in Indonesia. Keeping with the times, Bandung’s erstwhile mayor and the current governor of West Java, Ridwan Kamil, has maintained an active social media presence and continues...

Revenue Recognition for E-Commerce Retailers

Titin F. Nur, Hadining Kusumastuti
The rapid development of E-commerce has radically changed financial accounting methods and theory. In this paper, we use a descriptive analysis to show that E-commerce revenue may be tallied via gross or net methods, depending on several guidelines. The role of the supplier can also have a significant...

Digitized Archive as Digital Evidence: Readiness Observation at Dinas Perpustakaan dan Kearsipan Provinsi DKI Jakarta

Wiwiet Mardiati, Niko Grataridarga, Dyah Safitri
Currently, the process of archive digitization, especially from paper archives to digital format, is an option for companies to store their documents more efficiently and effectively. In addition, it can make document retrieval easier. However, although digitization is supported by Regulation No. 8 of...

Identification of Service and Pricing Factors at a Padang Restaurant

Istiadi
Campus restaurants offer benefits to students who live on campus, live with their parents, or live in boarding houses, and they present opportunities to other businesses in the area. However, running a business as a food-service entrepreneur can be challenging because one needs an understanding of the...

Historical Analysis of Research and Development Institutions in Indonesia

Ihsana El Khuluqo, Kuncoro Haryo Pribadi
A well-educated workforce is crucial for Indonesia as it engages with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Economic Community because the country must foster the ability to compete in an increasingly fluid and competitive regional landscape. However, Indonesia’s international standard research...

The Effect of Accessibility of Internet Financial Reporting on E-Government of Cities/Regencies in West Java

Arthaingan Helmina Mutiha
This study aimed at analyzing whether there is a significant and positive correlation between the ratio of the regional revenue and the size of the local government and the ratio of regional spending and income per capita of the resident of a local region with the accessibility of Internet financial...

Digital Accounting for Small to Medium Enterprises Using Mobile Applications

Andhita Yukihana Rahmayanti, Devie Rahmawati
Small and medium entrepreneurs need mobile accounting applications that can be used to create financial reports to review the financial condition of their businesses. Existing accounting applications are now widely used by small and medium entrepreneurs. In this study, the effectiveness of mobile accounting...

Vocational Higher Accounting Education in the Digital Era: Critical Review Opportunities and Challenges

Sandra Aulia
The digital era has changed the world. Some professions will be wiped out or will grow with technology, and the accounting profession is predicted to be one of the professions that will be significantly impacted. Some accounting tasks will be lost. Accounting vocational education should consider the...

Influence of Indonesia Series 6 Diabetes Gymnastics on Glucose Tolerance Test Results

Aditya Denny Pratama, Riza Pahlawi
A sedentary lifestyle or lack of physical activity can cause various diseases and metabolic disorders, such as diabetes. The primary problem faced by diabetics is increased glucose concentrations in the blood. Diabetes can be prevented by exercising regularly or by increasing daily physical activity....

The Needs of Policy for Photographic Archives’ Digitization in Department of Library and Archives of DKI Jakarta Province

Niko Grataridarga, Wiwiet Mardiati
This study discusses the needs of photograph archives’ digitization at the Department of Library and Archives of DKI Jakarta Province or, in Bahasa, called Dinas Perpustakaan dan Arsip Daerah Jakarta. This is includes understanding what photo archives are, their value, and the need to digitize them....

Type of Humor and Advertising Effectiveness: Study on Indonesian Children Aged 7–12

Hardika Widi Satria, Sri Rahayu, Naldo
This paper examines the relationship between the type of humor and effectiveness of advertisements for dairy products on Indonesian children. A quantitative approach was used to analyze the type of humor found in dairy product advertising. A total of 840 students at both public and private schools, aged...

Social Media Strategy for Mass Rapid Transit Jakarta as a New Public Transport Project

Mareta Maulidiyanti, Pijar Suciati
Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) Jakarta, a new mode of transportation in the city currently in its construction phase, will be operational by 2019. To open this new transportation mode for public use, its construction phase requires massive public communication to gain support and build public interest. One...

Contribution of Technology to Insurance in Indonesia

Karin Amelia Safitri
In recent years, Indonesia has begun to develop its information and communications technology. Along with the development and spread of the use of information and communications technology in everyday life, the need for information, business world, and community responsibility has also increased, including...

Assessment of an Interactive Digital Book at a Vocational School in Indonesia

Patni Ninghardjanti, C. Dyah Sulistyaningrum, Andre N. Rahmanto, Chairul Huda Atma Dirgatama
Due to advancements in information technology, digital books (i.e., books published in digital form) are becoming increasingly used in the field of education, especially in Indonesia. Although previous studies have focused on the advantages of using digital books in educational activities, such as influencing...

An Ethnography of Shipping as a Communication Practice Within the Fujoshi Community in Indonesia

Devie Rahmawati, Wiratri Anindhita, Decintya, Amelita Lusia, Ngurah Rangga Wisesa
This essay is an ethnographic study of communication practices within the fujoshi community in Indonesia that analyses three main issues: how a women becomes a fujoshi, the practice of shipping as a communication phenomenon, and social stratification within the fujoshi community. Our analysis applies...

Educating for Character in Work Readiness Through Vocational Higher Education in the Digital Era

Kusnar Budi
This paper discusses the implementation of a new curriculum in the Financial and Banking Administration Study Program at the Universitas Indonesia’s Vocational Education Program, and more specifically, aspects of educating students in the area of character for work readiness in this digital era. It is...