Proceedings of the 3rd Asia Pacific International Conference of Management and Business Science (AICMBS 2019)
The Moderation Effect of Power Distance Orientation and Leadership Personality on Budget Participation and Relationship of University Performance in Indonesia
Apriwandi, Supriyono, Arifa Choirunnisa
This study explores the influence of moderating the distance of power and personality of leaders on the relationship between participatory budgeting and university performance. This study broadens previous research by the personalization variable of superiors using the dimensions of the personality of...
The Moderating Role of Shariah-Compliant in the Relationship Between Free Cash Flow and Profitability in Family Firm
Aang Kunaifi, Muhammad Saiful Hakim
These research aims to explain agency problem effect on free cash flow in the family firm setting. The free cash flow in the family firm will depend on the agency problem existing to mitigate and decreasing agency cost. Shariah-compliant could use to mitigates the agency problem of free cash flow in...
Building a Governance System for Tourist Destination Based on Desa Adat (Study on Pandawa Beach Tourist Destination in the Village of Kutuh, South Kuta, Bali)
Anak Agung Putu Agung, I Made Tamba, Ida Bagus Brata
Development ot Tourist Destination newly become the alternative which important progressively and insit on to give the new atmosphere with the fress and warm image and also avoid impression monoton. To realize the mentioned, hence research of system of management of tourist destination very urgen done...
Two-Stage DEA Analysis for Measuring the Performance Efficiency of Creative Industry in East Java
Syarifa Hanoum, Anandita Ade Putri, Arina Nurlaily Syafitri
Creative industry plays a big role in terms of creating Gross Regional Domestic Product (GRDP) in East Java that measures the size of a region’s economy. In 2016, creative industry in East Java still dominated by these top three leading subsectors - culinary, art and fashion. Performance efficiency assessment...
The Effect of Economic Growth and Inflation on Tax Revenue: Analysis on Areas with Dominant Economic Activities in Agriculture, Plantation, and Fisheries Sectors
Faisal Muttaqin, Rizal Edy Halim
Tax revenue is the main focus of revenue in Indonesia’s budget posture. Over the past decade, Indonesia’s economic growth has stabilized at around 5 percent, and inflation has fluctuated but remained under control. The main objective of this research is to investigate the effects of economic growth and...
Designing Business Model and Implementation of Sustainability Evaluation Model for B20 Biodiesel Machinery Industry
Arman Hakim Nasution, Dewie Saktia Ardiantono, Caesaratna Bunga Dwi Agusti
Biofuel is an alternative energy for fossil fuel. Indonesia has oil palm as the main commodity that can produce biofuels, especially biodiesel. Indonesia has implemented B20, 20% biodiesel and diesel. On September 1, 2018, Indonesia has carried out mandatory B20 with the aim of reducing fossil oil imports....
The Strategy for Increasing the Competitiveness of Craft Products in the City of Palu, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia
Asngadi, Maskuri Sutomo, Asriadi
This study aims to establish a strategy to improve the competitiveness of Palu handicraft products. The prospect of handicraft industry of Palu is quite good considering that there are various and abundant resources. However, handicraft industry in Palu has currently not the host of its own country....
Quality of Hospital Services and Loyalty: Role of Customer Value
This study aims to explain the effect of service quality on loyalty as well as the influence of service quality on patient loyalty mediated by customer value. This study uses a positivist (quantitative) approach, as the population of inpatients in government-owned hospitals in Malang, Indonesia. The...
The Effect of Profitability, Leverage, and Growth Opportunity on Hedging Activities in 2017 (Study on BUMN Listed on Indonesia Stock Exchange)
Aty Herawati, Zaenal Abidin
This study was done to determine the effect of Return on Assets (ROA), Debt to Equity Ratio (DER), and Growth Opportunities for Hedging activities in 2017. The objects of research are state-owned companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange. The sampling technique employed was the purpose-sampling...
Psycap as an Antecedent of Authentic Leadership and the Moderating Role of Organizational Climate
Benediktus Margiadi, Amin Wibowo
Authentic leadership develops attention as a basic component of effective leadership because the existing leadership style is not able to be part of a promising solution. The purpose of this study is to explore psycap) as an antecedent of authentic leadership development and the moderating effect of...
Role of Entrepreneurial Orientation and Market Orientation on Competitive Advantage Through Marketing Performance: The Study at Marine-Based Food Processing Industry in Central Java
Berta Bekti Retnawati, CH. Retnaningsih
Entrepreneurial orientation refers to the processes, practices, and making of decision to encourage new outcomes that have a specific entrepreneurial aspect. The action of an entrepreneurial refers to behaviors in decision on conditions of uncertainty, with swift actions seeing the opportunities to obtain...
Cash Holding Management and Firm Performance: Empirical Evidence for Financially Constrained Firms in Indonesia
Berto Mulia Wibawa, Ninditya Nareswari
A firm must determine the level of cash holding to improve the efficiency of the firm. This study aims to examine the impact of cash holdings on firm performance in Indonesia. Data were obtained from OSIRIS database with the observation period 2010 – 2016. The results showed there is an u-shaped inverted...
Green Intellectual Capital and Competitive Advantage: The Moderating Effect of Islamic Business Ethics
Budhi Cahyono, Abdul Hakim
This study fills the gap made by past studies regarding green intellectual capital on competitive advantage and develops them. This research examines the impact of green intellectual capital on competitive advantage with Islamic business ethics as the moderating variable. The construct of green intellectual...
Risk Analysis of Tower a Development in Surabaya “X” Project
Dewie Saktia Ardiantono, Nugroho Priyo Negoro, Aldia Wira Trispantia, Muhammad Ubaidillah Al Mustofa, Geodita Woro Bramanti
The construction of Tower A in Surabaya’s “X” Project is one of the largest projects owned by PT X with a construction period of four years. The long period of development will certainly lead to various types of risks that can affect the development of the Surabaya “X” Project. This study aims to identify,...
Transformational Leadership in Higher Education: (A Study in Indonesian Universities)
Fullchis Nurtjahjani, Noermijati Noermijati, Djumilah Hadiwidjojo, Dodi Wirawan Irawanto
This study explores the importance of transformational leadership in Indonesian. Since it plays a significant role in increasing employee job satisfaction. Previous research, found a mutual relationship between transformational leadership practices and job satisfaction in organizations. Transformational...
Business Performance and Sustainability of On-Grid Mini Hydro Power Plants in Indonesia
Hari Yuwono, Margono Setiawan, Candra Fajri, Ananda Sudjatno
This paper analyses the business sustainability of on-grid mini hydropower plants. It helps to improve the implementation effectiveness of renewable energy in Indonesia. The sustainable business of on-grid mini hydropower plants is a key for increasing renewable portion and emission reduction. Twelve...
CSR and Financial Performance: A Study and Application in Mining Companies in Indonesia
The purpose of this study is to uncover the implementation of CSR and the acquisition of financial performance in mining companies in Indonesia. This research was conducted at PT. Donggi Sinora Banggai Regency and PT. Indonesia Morowali Industrial Park (IMIP), Morowali Regency: both companies are located...
The Application of Learning Organization in the Human Resource Development of Pt Bank Negara Indonesia in the Main Branch Office of Palu, Indonesia
Idris, Juliana Kadang
This study aims to determine the effect of learning organization on the development of PT. Bank Negara Indonesia (Persero) Tbk. of Palu Main Branch Office. The population of this research is all 114 employees of PT Bank Negara Indonesia (Persero) Tbk. of Palu Main Branch Office, from which 50 people...
Strategy Business Based on Analytical Hierarchy Process and Tows Matrix: Case from Customer Preference in Wedding Photography
Arman Hakim Nasution, Muhammad Ilham Naufal
The Indonesian wedding industry is currently a very big business. Every year, more than two million people get married in Indonesia. The average invitation for each wedding party is around 500 people. While the funds needed are around Rp 300 million, almost five times the average annual opinion of Indonesians....
The Function of Social Media as a Promotion Tool for Tourism Destinations
Ira Nuriya Santi, Adfiyani Fadjar
Globalization and technological development make information spread easier and faster, particularly through social media. Tourists can get new information just in seconds. Social media can be used as an innovative tool to promote tourism destinations, especially in Indonesia. The use of social media...
Information Disclosure Readability, Cognitive Style, and Investment Decision Making: A Web Experimental Study
Liza Alivia, Jogiyanto Hartono, Syaiful Ali, Ratna Nurhayati
The purpose of this research is to investigate the impact of disclosure readability and cognitive style on investment decision making. Using processing fluency theory and cognitive style model the researchers extend  by considering how individual cognitive style has interaction affect on disclosure...
Aggressive Tax Avoidance, Corruption, and Good Governance
Mohamad Khoiru Rusydi
Purpose: This study has to main purposes; first it is to examine the relationship between aggressive tax avoidance and corruption, second is to examine the moderating effect of good governance implementation on the relationship between aggressive tax avoidance and corruption. Design/methodology/approach:...
The Effect of Digital Literacy to Behavioral Intention With ICT Self-Efficacy as Variable Moderation (Studies in GoPay Users in Malang)
Maria Ulfatul Jamila, Kusuma Ratnawati, Ananda Sabil Hussein
This paper proposes that digital literacy affects behavioral intention with information communication technology self efficacy (ICT self efficacy) as a moderating variable. Population used in this research is GoPay user located in Malang. This research applies quantitative methods. Data was collected...
Adaptive Marketing Capabilities on Marketing Performance (Study on SMEs Creative Economy Sector)
Maryanti, Ananda Sabil Hussein, Kusuma Ratnawati
The Small and Medium enterprise (SME) is one of the sectors that holds an important role in the regional economy. One of the small and medium industry sectors that is growing rapidly is the creative industry. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to investigate how such adaptive marketing capabilities...
The Role of Corporate Governance Mechanism in Enhancing Firm Value
Maya Indriastuti, Chrisna Suhendi, Rustam Hanafi
This research aims to examine the influence of corporate governance mechanism to enhance firm value. The corporate governance mechanism uses three variables: managerial ownership, independent commissioner, and audit committee. The population of this research is manufacturing companies listed in the Indonesia...
Corporate Social Responsibility Disclosure Through Sharia Enterprise Theory
Meldona, Ninda Aulia Riska, Sulis Rochayatun, Fajar Nurdin
Syariah Enterprise Theory in principle is a concept that explains the disclosure of Corporate Social Responsibility vertically and horizontally, in the Islamic concept called habluminnallah and hablum minannas. This study aims to interpret corporate social responsibility disclosures in the perspective...
The Effectiveness of Aviation Fuel Receiving Operation Through Bridger During Hajj Flight Period
Moch. Raihan Ghaffar, Andian Ari Istiningrum
The aims of this research are to: (1) forecast the demand of aviation fuel during Hajj Flight, (2) forecast the number of bridgers that will be needed during Hajj Flight, and (3) evaluate the effectiveness of aviation fuel receiving operation through bridger. To reach these aims, the research was conducted...
The Strategy for Increasing the Competitiveness of Craft Products in the City of Palu, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia
Mochamad Soelton, Yanto Ramli, Ryani Dhyan Parasakti, Dian Faqihdien Suzabar, Fatchur Rohman, Nurul Khotimah
Organization today are facing both the the fourth industrial revolution development or known as Industry 4.0 and the the millennial workforce implication. The objective of this research is to analyze and develop the human resource management in the organization in order to find out the engagement of...
Integrated Corporate Governance Model Innovation for Working Capital Management
Mutamimah, D. Agus Harjito
Working capital management is a short-term investment decision funded by current liabilities consisting of interrelated components, namely: cash, receivables, securities and inventories, that have different agency relationships yet interrelated. Until recently corporate governance was not integrated,...
Building Customer E-Loyalty in Online Marketing
Muzaki, Syamsul Bachr, Rosida P. Ada, Wahyuningsih
The development of technology and information has influenced people’s lifestyles in making purchases, from conventional to online shopping. Therefore, research on online marketing becomes an interest for academic and practitioners in recent years. This study attempts to build customer loyalty in online...
Customer Satisfaction of Public Service in Central Bureau Statistics
Nafik Umurul Hadi
This survey is intended to get high quality and objective data regarding service and environment of an anti-corruption behavior by exploring the perceptions of public service users of Indonesia Statistics. The organization of the consumer satisfaction survey is to provide an overview and analysis regarding...
Shopping Motives, Financial Literacy, and Credit Card Utilization Among College Students
Mariana Ing Malelak, Njo Anastasia
This study aims to determine whether there is a significant influence between shopping motives and financial literacy toward credit card utilization among college students. The research method used is a quantitative method through the distribution of questionnaires to college students in Surabaya who...
Classification of Dynamic Financial Distress Manufacturing Company Listed in Indonesia Stock Exchange Using Binary Logistic Regression and Classification Analysis Regression Tree
Nugroho Priyo Negoro, Aldia Wira Trispantia
Financial Distress (FD) is a large concept consists several situations where the enterprise facing financial difficulty. Some manufacturing enterprise that are experiencing financial difficulties trying to overcome these problems by make loans and merger, or otherwise shut down their company. If the...
Minimizing Frauds on the Indonesian Islamic Banks
Nunung Ghoniyah, Mutamimah, Farikha Amilahaq
This paper examines the issue of fraud and discusses two ways to minimize frauds in Indonesian Islamic banks; they are compliance to sharia principles in muamalah and profit distribution management by Islamic bank managers to fulfill their obligation to their customers. By observing eight Islamic banks...
Bibliometric Analysis of Herding Behavior in Capital Market
Puput Tri Komalasari, Marwan Asri, Bowo Setiyono
Herding behavior in financial market as a theoretical concept get going to be popular since 1990s. There are many articles that discuss and investigate herding behavior in capital market, but our understanding about antecedents and outcomes of herding behavior is still very limited. The majority of empirical...
Analysis of Indonesia Banking Performance
Gendut Suprayitno, Puti Sinansari
The development of the number of banks in Indonesia has been increasing along with the flow of globalization, which resulted in tighter level of competition in the banking industry. The tight competition requires banks to improve their performance healthily and solidly. Banking health alone is not enough...
The Effect of Foreign Ownership on Firm Performance: Evidences from Indonesia
This study examines the effect of foreign ownership on firm performance using a panel data consisting of 66 non-financial firms listed in the Indonesia Stock Exchange. Five-year period data from 2014 to 2018 is considered. The result of the random effects model indicates that foreign ownership has a...
User Satisfaction of E-Learning System Implementation for Training and Development Program in Organization
Ganjar M. Disastra, Ratri Wahyuningtyas
The current learning model is more modernized with the implementation of advanced technology. Knowledge management systems in the company can be used efficiently and effectively also supported by sophisticated technology. E-learning or electronic learning is one of the information technology products...
Parameters of Knowledge Management and Internal Corporate Governance as Determinants of Cooperative Sustainability
Risna Wijayanti, Sumiati, Choirul Anam
Currently, a lot of cooperatives’ business have been declared as failed financial institution and threatened to be withdrawn by the government. Previous studies indicated that the main causes of failure of cooperatives’ business are due to limited knowledge of cooperative’s members and ineffective internal...
The Influence of Work Environment and Competence on Motivation and Its Impact on Employee Performance in Health Sector
Ryani Dhyan Parashakti, Mochammad Fahlevi, Muhamad Ekhsan, Acep Hadinata
This research discusses the influence of the work environment and competence on motivation and its impact on employee performance at Masmitra Hospital. In compiling this research, preliminary research has been carried out. The study uses assessment indicators on two independent variables starting from...
Conceptualization of MOOC E-Learning Service Quality Dimensions in Faculty of Hotel and Tourism Management, UITM, Malaysia
Safwana NurWidad Safri, Zurinawati Mohi, Mohd Hafiz Mohd Hanafiah
Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia has made online learning as an essential module of higher education and lifelong learning. The effort includes the conversion of conventional undergraduate courses into Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) and requiring up to 70% programs to use blended learning models....
The Impact of Government Support and Learning Orientation Innovation: Empirical Study of SMEs in Surabaya
Satria Fadil Persada, Imam Baihaqi, Inka Awali Fauziyah, Dewie Saktia Ardiantono, Sutikno
Innovation has been well known as one sources of sustained competitive advantage that can boost performance. However, innovation can be driven from various factors including internal organizational culture as well as external support. The present research examines the impact of government support and...
A Measurement of Higher Education Students’ Intention in International Class Online-Learning System for Confronting the Global Education Challenge
Satria Fadil Persada, Reny Nadlifatin, Mohammad Fadhlur Rahman, Shu-Chiang Lin, Josua Hasiholan Munthe, Devita Wulansari Dewi
The global education is inevitable situation that must be confronted by worldwide higher education. The high standards and the ability to demonstrate the online-learning approach is measured in this research. The behavioral theory named Theory of Reasoned Action (TRA) was used as the measured instrument....
Intellectual Capital Exploitation in Investment Opportunity Set Through Risk Premium: Strategy to Increase Company Value
Sumiati, Risna Wijayanti, Hanif Rani Iswari
This study aims to describe the strategic relationship between intellectual capital and investment decisions of companies. This study attempts to include intellectual capital, supported by risk management in increasing company value. The approach of this study is conducted through describing risk management...
The Ownership, Remuneration, Corporate Governance, and Financial Performance of Indonesian State-Owned Enterprises
Surifah, Iffah Rofiqoh, Krismiaji
The purpose of this research is to investigate the relationship between ownership, remuneration, corporate governance, and the financial performance of Indonesian state-owned enterprises (SOEs). The research population is all state-owned enterprises listed in the Indonesia Stock Exchange, and the samples...
The Effect of the Human Resource Management Strategy on Organizational Culture in Birobuli Health Center in Palu
Syamsuddin, Bakri Hasanuddin
The purpose of this study is to determine, test, and analyze the influence of human resource management strategy on organizational culture. The population of this study is 31 medical and non-medical staff of Birobuli Health Center in Palu. The data was collected through questionnaires whose validity,...
Quality Perception of Financial Statements Institution of High Judgement Court in Central Sulawesi
Vitayanti Fattah, Elimawaty Rombe
The competence of accounting and reporting Department is very influential for the quality of financial statements. The quality depends on the ability of a person or individual or a system to carry out functions or authorities for the effective and efficient objective completion. Competence must be seen...
The Effect of Perceived Desirability on the New Venture Creation Intention Through Entrepreneurial Motivation as Intervening Variables with Financial Capital as Moderation (Study in North Kalimantan-Border Malaysia)
Yussi Ramawati, Sudiro, Fatchur Rohman, Mugiono
The study of entrepreneurship now has become a research trend. The concept of TRA / TPB-based entrepreneurial intentions has attracted the attention of many scientists so that many scientists who have examined Entrepreneurial Intention through TRA / TPB , SEE , KEI  because it is very important...