Proceedings of the 3rd Annual International Conference on Public and Business Administration (AICoBPA 2020)

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Investors’ Perspectives on the Financial and Non-Financial Reports

Cacik Rut Damayanti, Adha Prayoga
Reporting both financial and non-financial reports is believed as a positive way to attract investors because investor decisions do not only depend on financial information factors in making their investment decisions. Many non-financial factors might increase firm value, such as disclosure of enterprise...
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The Integration of Palm–Beef Cattle as a New Opportunities in New Normal

Rachma Bhakti Utami, A. Miftakhul Khoiri, Restu Mulya Pratama, Mochamad Agung Prawiro
This study examines the potential investment and utilization of existing resources in integrating palm - beef cattle as a new opportunity in the new normal. It analyzed the study’s primary data using cost and financial analysts such as; Net Present Value, Internal Rate of Return, Net Benefit/ Cost Ratio,...
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Generation Z Profile in Consumption Experience Using Local Fashion Brand Products

Sari Listyorini
Fashion products are quite important needs for generation Z as their identity. However, fashion needs are certainly not prioritized during the Covid-19 pandemic. Generation Z’s perception of the need for local fashion brands can be an option due to concerns about foreign brands. This research was conducted...
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Development of Corporate Social Initiative (CSI) Model for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises in Indonesia

Ghia Subagja, Mediya Destalia, Damayanti
This study aims to explore the social involvement impact of Micro, Small dan Medium Enterprises (MSMEs), consumers and a social community through the Corporate Social Initiative (CSI) program carried out by involving the social behaviour of consumers and community for their business sustainability in...
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The Mediating Role of Dynamic Capabilities and Business Model Innovation on the Relationship Between Environment Turbulence and Firm Performance

Dudi Hendra Fachrudin, Agus Rahayu, Nanang Fattah, Lili Adi Wibowo
This paper describes the impact of environmental turbulence on the company’s business model that has led to a global recession. What is surprising is that the cause of the 2020 recession is Covid-19, which is a health crisis, but has an impact on the world economic crisis. Background Problems: The world...
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Branding Capability, Innovation and Business Performance

Evidence from Small and Medium Enterprises Coffee Cafes in Indonesia

Yuslinda Dwi Handini, Edriana Pangestuti, Suharyono, Sunarti
Purpose-The purpose of this paper is to examine the effect of branding capability on innovation-mediated business performance. This paper also examines the hypothesized influence on Small and Medium Enterprises engaged in food and beverages in the form of coffee cafes serving Indonesian coffee originating...
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The Effect of Social Capital on Financial Literacy of Small Businesses in Malang, East Java

Sobirin, Kusdi Rahardjo
This study aims to see the effect of social capital on financial literacy in small businesses in Malang, East Java. This research was conducted because it saw the very important role of Small Businesses in Indonesia’s economic development. Through social capital, it is expected to be able to provide...
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Risk-Taking Behavior and Entrepreneurship Intention in Indonesia

Mukhammad Kholid Mawardi, Sujarwoto
The linkage between risk behavior and entrepreneurship has long been discussed, but there are limited empirical evidences examined in developing country contexts. In order to fill the gap, this study examines the linkage between risk behavior and entrepreneurship based on population data from Indonesia....
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The Effect of Motivation on Financial Literation

Study on UKM in Malang City

Ilham Azmi Zarkasi, Kusdi Rahardjo
Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) have a big role in the economy, especially in developing countries. However, in its role, Indonesia still has a level of access to finance below several ASEAN countries such as Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand. Thus it can be said that the literacy of SMEs in Indonesia...
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Entrepreneurial Orientation (EO), Agility Capability (AC), and Competitive Advantage (CA)

The Moderating Role of Information Technology Operations (ITO)

Wheny Khristianto, Suharyono, Edriana Pangestuti, M.K. Mawardi
Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) must be prepared to face an uncertainty business environment due to the New Normal era and the Industrial Revolution 4.0. This research investigates the nexus between EO, AC, CA, and ITO in small and medium-sized tour operators (SMTOs) in East Java, Indonesia....
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Shaping City Brand Ambassadoship Behavior Through City Green Resource Brand

The Imperative Role of Residents in City Branding

Anni Rahimah
Applying self-congruity theory, this research investigates how city green resource brands influence residents’ city ambassadorship behavior under the contingent condition of apathy. By employing cluster random sampling, research data were obtained from a sample of 266 residents of Surabaya, Indonesia....
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Is Emotional Intelligence Matter in Youth Entrepreneur?

Saparila Worokinasih, Nila Firdausi Nuzula, Cacik Rut Damayanti, Sumainah Fauziah, Ina Syarifah
This study aims to determine the factors that influence financial behavior in youth’s entrepreneurs in East Java, Indonesia. The focus of the research is young entrepreneurs, because the high rates of unsustainability of this group. It is presumed that the lack of knowledge, ability and skill on their...
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What Do Matter Entrepreneurial Competencies on Business Performance? An Empirical Investigation of SMEs in Indonesia

Yudha Prakasa
This study aims to examine the relationship between entrepreneurial competence and business performance in SMEs, which contributes to SMEs’ development by strengthening entrepreneurial competencies. This research object is the owner of Batik SMEs in Bayat Klaten, Central Java, Indonesia. This study uses...
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Halal Herbal Product Purchase Behavior

Studies on Muslim Consumers During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Humam Santosa Utomo
The Covid-19 pandemic affects consumer behavior in choosing and consuming products used to increase endurance, including supplement products. This study aims to describe the purchasing behavior of Muslim consumers towards halal herbal products during the Covid-19 pandemic. An online survey was conducted...
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Re-Inventing the Business Model

A Way for SME to Adapt in the New Normal A Case Study in Blueocean Lobster East Lombok Regency, West Nusa Tenggara Province

Sri Sulasmiyati, Abdul Aziz Baihaqi
A business model is a method used by a company in generating value for both consumers and the company itself. Conducting a successful business activity cannot be separated from how the company arranges its business model. A sustainable business model is a business model that is able to adapt to all forms...
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The Effect of Work Stress and Burnout on Job Satisfaction and Employee Performance

A Test of Conservation of Resources Theory

Arik Prasetya, Hafsah Khairunnisa, Aulia Luqman Aziz
The study aims to analyse the effect of work stress and burnout on job satisfaction and employee performance. This research is a form of confirmation of the Conservation of Resources Theory. The research employs explanatory research using quantitative approach. The research objects were doctors and nurses...
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Visualization and Bibliometric Analysis of FinTech Trend Research

Ahsanul Haq, Muhammad Bahit
Nowadays, technology in the field of economy and funding is continuously increasing. Almost every activity can be done at your fingertip by gadgets, such as checking deposit rates, transacting online, transferring with mobile banking applications, and so on. Financial Technology, or widely known as FinTech,...
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Influence of Corporate Governance on the Performance of MFIs Through Trust and Participation

Studies at the Community Base Saving Loan Organisation (CBSLO) at South Kalimantan

Moh. Heru Budihantho, Suhadak, Hamidah Nayati Utami, Solimun
This research examines the impact of corporate governance on trust, performance, and participation. the effect of trust on participation and performance. The influence of trust on participation and performance. This research is explanatory with approach quantitative. The data were collected from 12 CBSLO...
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Corporate Governance, Participation and Microfinance Performance

Empirical Evidence from Indonesia

Suhadak, Jung-Hua Hung, Moh. Heru Budihantho
The objectives of this research is to investigate the effects on participation of corporate governance, corporate governance on financial performance and social performance, financial performance on social performance in MFI community empowerment programs. This is explanatory research with a quantitative...
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The Influence of Perceived Organizational Support and Proactive Personality on Organizational Commitment and Organizational Citizenship Behavior Among Banking Employees in Malang

Arina Idzna, Kusdi Raharjo, Tri Wulida Afrianty
In current banking industry competition, not only support from the organization are needed by employees to increase commitment and organizational citizenship behaviour (OCB), but also the employees’ personality itself are important. Using social exchange theory, this research aims to determine the effect...
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Determinant Factors of Intellectual Capital Disclosure

Evidence from Indonesia

Nila Firdausi Nuzula, Sri Mangesti Rahayu, Asih Marini Wulandari
The paper examines the determining factors of intellectual capital disclosure (ICD) published by manufacturing companies in Indonesia. The results showed that the firm size and ownership structure contributed significantly but negatively to determine the degree of ICD. However, the finding shows that...
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The Role of Business Administrative Science and Management Science Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Yuyu Jahratu Noor Santy, Setyaasih, Khasbulloh Huda
The coronavirus appeared for the first time in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China on December 1, 2019. And spread almost all over the world, resulting in lockdowns in several countries affected by the spread of the coronavirus. So that it has an impact on the decline in the country’s economic growth....
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Importance of Performance Analysis of Corporate Governance, Technology Monitoring and Credit Monitoring in Influencing Non-Performing Loans

Maswar Purnama, Suhadak, Sri Mangesti Rahayu, Cacik Rut Damayanti
This research is quantitative research that aims to examine the drivers of Non- Performing Loan Such as Technology Monitoring, Corporate Governance and Credit Monitoring variables. This research using primary data from questionnaires with Head of Micro Branch Office of Bank Mandiri in Central Java Region...
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Examining the Effects of Learning Organization Discipline on Employee Readiness and Organizational Commitment

Hamidah Nayati Utami
Learning Organization is an organization whose members continuously improve or expand their abilities to create the results they really want where new and expansive thinking patterns are cultivated, aspirations are developed, and its members continuously learn how to learn together. Learning organization...
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The Relationship Among Anti-Corruption Campaigns, Political Connections, and Information Asymmetry on Firm Performance

Evidence from China

Han-Fang Tsai, Tsui-Jung Lin, Lien-Wen Liang, Nur Imamah
This article discusses the impact of anti-corruption campaigns, political connections and information asymmetry on firm performance, and Shanghai and Shenzhen listed companies in mainland China are used as a sample from 2008 to 2018. This study finds that there is a negative relation between political...
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The Role of Technology in Development Policy in the Era of Globalization in South Sulawesi Indonesia

Andi Cudai Nur, Risma Niswaty, Delly Mustafa, Muhammad Guntur, Aslinda
This study tries to further look at how local governments use existing technology to develop regional development by creating a digitalization strategy. Local governments can take advantage of technology in development, by designing a policy digitalization strategy to support development excellence in...
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Effect of Location and Word of Mouth (WOM) Against Purchasing Decision in the Culinary Tourism Area (KWK) Mandiri City of Banjarmasin

Setio Utomo, Humaidi, Sisca Ariani
The influence of location and WOM in purchasing decision at the Kawasan Wisata Kuliner (KWK) Mandiri, Banjarmasin. Marketing is one of the external factors that influence consumer purchasing decision on a product. This study aimed to determine the effect of location and WOM in purchasing decision at...
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The Effect of Tourist’s Knowledge of COVID-19 on Tourist’s Holiday Intention

Mediating Role of Social Risk and Aversion Attitude

Human Hardy, Muhamad Rizky Ramdan
Since early 2020, the development of COVID-19 transmission is spreading worldwide and all countries are impacted, including Indonesia. The impact of COVID-19 in Indonesian tourism industry are estimated to decrease the number of international flight attendant up to -86% and international tourist up to...
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Resources Innovation Towards Industrialization and Downstream Policy in Tourism Products

An Analysis of Special Interest Tourism Development in Banyuwangi Regency, Indonesia

Yusri Abdillah
Most of tourism development model in Indonesia still adopt the comparative advantage approach. This has resulted in Indonesian tourism being less competitive than neighboring countries that have adopted a competitive advantage strategy. This study examines the development of special interest tourism...
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Event Tourism for Promoting the City Development

Progress and Prospects

Andriani Kusumawati
The importance of events for urban development is discussed by many experts. This paper emphasizes the economy impact of event tourism industry for local communities. In this article, some cases from the literature of event tourism and their findings were reviewed. This paper examines the important factors...
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Communication Strategies in Efforts to Restore Tourism Villages During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Study at Pentingsari Tourism Village, Sleman

Hendra Dwi Wibowo, Ismi Dwi Astuti Nurhaeni, Andre Noevi Rahmanto
This study aims to find out how the communication strategy was carried out by managing the Pentingsari tourism village in Sleman Regency during the Covid-19 pandemic. This is motivated by the absence of tourism activities, which results in no economic turnover in the tourist village so that it affects...
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Virtual Tourism Initiative for Visitor Flow Management in the New Normal Era

Aniesa Samira Bafadhal
Tourism has been hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic from all sectors of the economy, both in terms of demand and supply. Therefore, to support tourism activities in the new normal era, this lab-based experiment has initiated the development of web-based virtual reality (Web-VR) virtual tourism content...
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Conceptual and Adaptive Performance of Tax Volunteer on Tax Reporting Services During the Pandemic

Rosalita Rachma Agusti, Hanifa Maulani Ramadhan
One of the implementations of information technology in the field of taxation is marked by tax reform to improve services to taxpayers and to create modern tax administration. The Directorate General of Taxes develops cooperation programs with other agencies related to create golden tax generation of...
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The Relationship Between Perceived Ease of Use, Perceived Usefulness and Perceived Loss of Control with User Satisfaction in Mandatory Setting

Andini Ghanifia Rizqi Amalia, Agung Nugroho L. I. Fahrudi
The Indonesia’s Tax Reforms have mandated the use of information technology system to enhance the tax administration system in Indonesia. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the government is accelerating the tax reforms in order to increase efficiency and achieve the tax revenue target to fund the relief...
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Evaluation of Strategic Factors in the Implementation of the Online Tax System in DKI Jakarta Province

Efforts to Answer Challenges in the New Normal Era

Oktaviany Puspitalia, Inayati, Lucas Filberto Sardjono
In the current New Normal era, service activities are conducted online to reduce the risk of a wider spread of the COVID-19 virus. The DKI Jakarta Provincial Government has provided online-based services for regional taxpayers through a website and a mobile application. However, there are still several...
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Public Health and Fiscal Perspective

Indonesia Response Towards COVID19

Kartika Putri Kumalasari, Aurick Yudha Nagara, Ayunda Dewi Jayanti Jilan Putri
The pandemic has been affected in human’s life and changed the way people life. The COVID-19 19 cases are still arising in all over the world. Every country put their best efforts to tackle the pandemic for health recovering. However, the pandemic has been engulfed for about six months, so the issues...
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Determinant Factors of Taxpayer Satisfaction in Using the Electronic Tax Invoice Number (E–NOFA) in the Emerging Technology Era

Mirza Maulinarhadi, Latifah Hanum, Arina Hana Mahardika
Tax is an important role in a country. State revenue from the taxation sector is a source of income based on the type of collection, one of which is the central tax. Central Tax is a tax collected by the central government, consists of Income Tax (IT), Value Added Tax (VAT) and others. One of the state...
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The New Normal of Higher Education Internationalization

A Literature Review

Pongsathon Kaewmanee
This article presents a review of literature related to internationalization in higher education system. The findings help indicate scope and direction for further studies in this area. This review includes 40 pieces of academic works in the field of “Globalization and Internationalization” which are...
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Determining Incentive in Support of Plastic Recycling Industry in Indonesia

Sekarayu Rahmadiani, Wulandari Kartika Sari
Plastic is an inorganic waste that is difficult to decompose, thus causing pollution. In Indonesia, plastic is the second largest type of waste produced. There are various ways that can be done to overcome the plastic waste problem in Indonesia, one of them being recycling. However, there are several...
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Tax and Business Issues on Asset-Backed Securitization in Indonesia

Wulandari Kartika Sari, Fatmah Sabrina, Milla Sepliana Setyawati
Asset securitization is an alternative source of innovative infrastructure funding to achieve large infrastructure financing targets in Indonesia. This asset securitization study aims to discuss regulatory issues in business categories and tax implications related to CIC-ABS in Indonesia. This research...
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Applying Hofstede’s National Cultural Dimensions and Theory of Planned Behavior on Individual Tax Compliance Intention in East Java

Dessanti Putri Sekti Ari, Latifah Hanum, Mirza Maulinarhadi R
Tax compliance is a global issue with companies all over the world. Tax compliance is a condition in which the taxpayer fulfills all of his tax obligations following applicable regulations. One of the indicators for measuring tax compliance is the tax ratio. Indonesia’s tax ratio reached its lowest point...
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Influence of Employees and Business Size on SME Income

Aman Suyadi, Siti Nur Azizah, Selamet Eko Budi Santoso
The study’s objective is to measure the effect of the number of employees and size of the business on the income of SMEs in the livestock sector and their processed products. The population in this study were all SMEs in the livestock sector and their processing products located in Banyumas district....
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What are the Factors that Influence OCB in Hospital Nurses in Malang

Ika Ruhana
Organizational Citizenship Behaviors (OCB) is extra behaviors performed by a person outside the job description determined by the organization. OCB is very necessary because it has an influence on organizational activities. Hospitals as agencies that prioritize services require optimal roles from their...
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Industrial Revolution 4.0

The Effect of Online Shopping Towards Impulse Buying

Risca Kurnia Sari, Arisa Zairina, Satria Putra Utama
The research was conducted following the phenomenon a lively online shopping in the community. The purpose of this research is to know /against buying impulses in the era of the Industrial Revolution 4.0. This is the kind of research survey research, namely research who her to take samples from a population...
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Predicting VN - Index Value by KNN Algorithm of Machine Learning

Tran Kim Toai, Phan-Anh-Huy Nguyen, Bui Tien Thinh, Roman Senkerik
The world has entered the stage of rapid development of technology, especially the fourth industrial revolution with outstanding changes and developments in information technology. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is one of the most mentioned names in this period. AI is part of computer science, developing...
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A Web-Based Direct Labor Cost Accounting Information System Case Study of PT. Giri Mera Banjarmasin

Phaureula Artha Wulandari, Muhammad Bahit, Riski Emmilia Ananda
Direct labor costs are part of the wage or salary system that is given to employees involved in the production process or certain services. Companies need to regulate the direct labor cost system, from the planning, placement, arrangement, recording to payment of wages to these employees. PT Giri Mera...
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Corporate Social Responsibility Versus Financial Performance

Critical Review Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs)

Rudi Salam, Cacik Rut Damayanti, Kemal Sandi, Haedar Akib, A. Octamaya Tenri Awaru
The pro contract between CSR and financial performance in companies has become a hot topic in the debate of researchers regarding literature and empirical studies. In large companies, CSR has a positive impact on financial performance. However, experts argue that CSR will actually have a negative impact...
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Antecedents of Customer Loyalty from Buying Behavior About Outdoor Cafe Consumers with Natural Nuances

Tundung Subali Patma, Karisma Sri Rahayu, Mohammad Iqbal, Andriani Kusumawati
This study aims to examine several variables that influence consumer loyalty in consumer purchasing behavior. Experience quality is chosen as one of the variables that affect customer perceived value and customer satisfaction to create customer loyalty. This primary research focus is on the experience...
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The Effect of Coronavirus on the Sustainability of Public Company and Its Financial Performance

Study of The Company is listed on the Indonesian Stock Exchange

Dadang Purwo Ari Widodo, Zenita Afifah Fitriyani, Devi Iriandha Widyastuti
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) has a significant impact on all sectors in Indonesia. Especially for the sustainability of today’s business world, because sustainability is an important issue that has the potential to affect company performance. This condition is increasingly visible in the domestic...
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The Efforts of State-Owned Entreprises in Managing Human Resources Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic

Should They be Fired?

Oktaviani Permatasari, Yuyu Jahratu Noor Santy, Ratna Agustina
Managing human resources among the coronavirus pandemic is a very important aspect. Human resource management must be carried out optimally so that needs related to individual, company, organizational or institutional goals can be achieved so that it is hoped that the shortcomings and problems faced...
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Can Traditional Markets Became Online Market

Sugeng Eko Yuli Waluyo, Mohamad Johan Efendi, Yunita Dwi Wikandari, Ahfi Nova Ashriana, Ghozali
In this era of the coronavirus pandemic, all fields are experiencing changes. Including the world of economy and business, especially in marketing. The movements are very dynamic. A businessman must be required to have innovative creativity. These changes affect all human activities as consumers, in...
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Effects of WFH (Work From Home) Policies, Perceived Organizational Support, Job Stress, and the Ability to Use Technology on Lecturer Performance During the New Normal

Febrianty, Hendra Hadiwijaya, I Gede Eko Putra Sri Sentanu
Covid-19 started to become an epidemic in March 2020 in Indonesia and within the framework of breaking the chain of the virus spread the Ministry of Education and Culture (Kemendikbud) also enforces a policy of learning from home and teaching and learning activities in higher education are all done online....
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Utilization of the E-Commerce Platform by Go Food Partners and Grab Food Partners in Banjarmasin

Phaureula Artha Wulandari
E-commerce platforms such as the Gojek and Grab applications have been used by public. In October 2019, in Banjarmasin the number of partners registered on Go food was 601 and Grab food was 260. This shows the high public interest in joining as partners. This research aims to find out what factors that...
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The Influence of Environmental Cost on Profitability and Firm Value

A Study of First Section Chemical Companies Listed on Japan Stock Exchange in 2016 – 2018

Tsabitah Dinniyah, Nila Firdausi Nuzula
Environmental cost is a set of methods to measure the total environmental conservation cost. The purpose of this study is to examine the influence of environmental cost towards profitability measured by ROA, ROE, and NPM, and firm value measured by PER and Tobin’s Q. The type of this research is explanatory...
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What Determines Generation Z Continuance Intention of Fintech? The Moderating Effect of Gender

Ferina Nurlaily, Edlyn Khurotul Aini, Priandhita Sukowidyanti Asmoro
This study examines the effect of perceived risk and benefits on Financial Technology (FinTech) continuance intention among Generation Z in Indonesia. Additionally, the different effects of gender as one of the demographic factors were as well analyzed. The sample of 248 respondents was involved with...
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The Influence of Gender and Women Empowerment on Economic Improvement of Kutorejo Village Community

Lely Indah Mindarti, Diah Fitriani, Rendra Eko Wismanu
The purpose of this study was to determine the influence of gender and women’s empowerment on economic improvement in the Kutorejo village community. Samples obtained were 272 respondents from Kutorejo village. In accordance with the above objectives, in this study three hypotheses were formulated, namely...
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Community Reading Habit Levels

A Case Study at Kediri City, East Java, Indonesia

Andy Fefta Wijaya, Muhammad Rosyihan Hendrawan
Since it was launched in 2015 by the government of the Republic of Indonesia, the national literacy movement program has been able to encourage literacy practices both in schools and in the community. However, the description of the condition of community literacy cannot be known with certainty. So far,...
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Formulation of New Autonomic Regional Policy Making Process

Case Study in Sofifi City, North Maluku

Andy Fefta Wijaya, Darwin Abd Radjak, Sumartono, M. R. Khairul Muluk
The process of forming an autonomous region is inseparable from the spatial pattern of socio-economic life because this is a major consideration in determining regional boundaries. The relationship of social and economic interaction in people’s daily lives. The problem faced is the regional boundaries,...
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Assessment of Factors Affecting Social Insurance Management by Analytic Hierarchy Process Method

A Case in Vietnam

Phan-Anh-Huy Nguyen, Thi-Hong-Tham Nguyen
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the factors affecting the management of social insurance collection in Tien Giang province in Vietnam by Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) method. This study surveyed the opinions of 12 experts in this field including managers and chief accountants. The research...
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The Effectiveness of Regional Leadership in Facing Emergency Response Period of COVID-19 Pandemic

Abdul Juli Andi Gani, Mochamad Doddy Syahirul Alam, Astadi Pangarso
The central government has allowed various policies to be implemented in regions such as Large-Scale Social Restrictions (PSBB) and Local Scale Restrictions (PSBL). The current handling of COVID-19 is not only focused on the spread of the virus, but also on economic recovery efforts to maintain social...
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Local Potentials of Sula Regency in the Perceptions of Regional Competitiveness

Nonce Hasan, Dewi Permatasari, Suryati Tjokrodiningrat, Darwin Abd Radjak
Sula Regency is one of the regions with the lowest welfare level in North Moluccas, based on poverty indicators, human development index, economic growth, and inflation rate. The level of welfare that Sula Regency carries is within the scope of North Moluccas. Problems faced by Sula Regency are multi-dimensional...
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Direct Election of Village Head as a Trigger of Corruption Behavior

Mochamad Doddy Syahirul Alam, Mujibur Rahman Khairul Muluk, Andy Fefta Wijaya
Direct election of village head in Indonesia is a simple form of democracy intended for village people. Many political dynamics occurred before and after the election of the village head. The practice of patron-client that colours the political process that occurs makes the tug of war between the competing...
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Analysis of the Transfer of Administrative Positions to Functional Positions at the Ministry of Administrative and Bureaucratic Reform

Istyadi Insani, Hardi Warsono, Kismartini, Retno Sunu Astuti
The transfer of positions from administrative positions to functional ones is one of the implementations of the bureaucratic simplification policy to 2 levels in government agencies in Indonesia. The problem occurs because the transfer of positions was carried out in a short time without being preceded...
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Analysis of Strategy Implementation on Land and Building Tax Payment Via GoBills (Gojek) in New Normal

Sailawati, Kristin Wulansari
The COVID-19 pandemic is not only a health crisis of immense proportion, but it is also an imminent restructuring of the global economy. The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is extensive and has presented enormous challenges to the world as a whole. A full economic recovery from the Covid-19 is unlikely....
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Public Policy Challenge in the Era of Covid-19 Disease Pandemic

Understanding the Implication, Pattern and Community Relation of Low-Income Housing Residents

Ahmad Sururi, Rachmi Yulianti, Rethorika Berthanilla, Budi Hasanah, Fikri Habibi, Rahmi Mulyasih
The housing environment of low-income community and the condition of the houses as well as the absence of changes in community behaviour are some of the main dimensions which becomes factors in the transmission of the Covid-19 disease pandemic. The purpose of this study is to discuss the implication,...
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Decentralization in the Wearing of Face Mask Policy in Indonesia’s New Normal Condition

Hirshi Anadza, Rommel Utungga Pasopati
Facing COVID-19 pandemic, Indonesia today has come to phase of new normal by applying health protocols advised by World Health Organization (WHO), such as wearing face mask, social distancing, and washing hands. In supporting the policies, Coordinating Ministry of Human Development and Culture (Menko...
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Governance in the Establishment of the Agile Process of Urban Creative Industry Competitiveness

Florentina Ratih Wulandari, Bambang Supriyono, Endah Setyowati
This study aimed to explore how governance efforts were carried out for agile process forming in the development of Depok City competitive creative industry. This research method used a qualitative method with qualitative descriptive data analysis and for qualitative data collection techniques used snowball...
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Analysis of School Policies in Implementing Learning Activities as Response to The Covid-19 Pandemic

Ainul Hayat
This study aims to analyse the school policies in implementing learning activities as a response to the Covid-19 pandemic. This study was located at SMK Negeri 2 Malang that one of the public schools in Malang. The Covid-19 pandemic has changed the paradigm of learning activities at SMK Negeri 2 Malang....
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The Perspective of Corruption Risk Management Strategy in Indonesia

Arman Sahri Harahap, Husain Syam, Haedar Akib, Akbar Mukmin, Hasnawi Haris
State problems have placed corruption as the enemy that most threatens the stability of the country. This can be seen from various countries experiencing the brink of destruction due to corruption by state officials. In fact, this official is expected to be a fortress capable of realizing the vision...
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Policy Responses on Covid-19 Pandemic

A Comparison Between West Java Province and East Java Province

Suhartono Winoto
This study described how policies are implemented in response to current health disaster condition. Policy was regarded as a concrete effort by the Government to deal with current problems. Comparison of policies was carried out in order to compare policies with one another in order to determine their...
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Policy Strategies in Strengthening Regional Economy During the Covid-19 Pandemic in Greater Malang

Bambang Supriyono
The occurring Covid-19 pandemic has an impact on all sectors of life, including the regional economy. Collaboration between regions is extremely important to support strengthening their respective economies. The government’s concrete step in dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic is the implementation of...
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Effects of Health Information Access and Health Service Access on Health Literacy and Health Behavior

Niken Lastiti Veri Anggaini, Bambang Supriyono, Lely Indah Mindarti, Firda Hidayati
Health is one of the most important factors in the development of a country. Good health will affect one’s productivity. The better the health status of a country is expected to also be able to increase the degree of development in other sectors. A person’s health status is greatly influenced by health...
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Development of Government Website Studies in Indonesia within 10 years (2011-2020)

Muhammad Shobaruddin
The government website is an electronic-based management information system to assist the government in providing information, providing public services, and enabling online transactions to the public with even better quality. The existence of a local government website (Pemda) is a tangible form of...
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The Concept of Joking Relationship in Gambian Public Relations Practice

Gibriel Badjie, Ratri Buda Nugrahanti
The paper pitched the joking relationship concept as a practical or strategic tool for use by PR practitioners in their quest to establishing effective relationships between the organisation they represent and their stakeholders through a fitting engagement that results to effective communication. The...
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The Perception of Users on the Modern Interior Design of the Library

A Case Study in the University of Surabaya Library

Herlina Nur Aisjah, Fahriyah, Yanuastrid Shintawati
Modern interior design is currently following the trend of contemporary styles that utilize the entire library room to function optimally as a place to find collections, reading areas, discussions, seminars, entertainment, and learning. The research objective was to determine the perceptions of users...
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Malang Inter Library Loan

How it Becomes a Pioneer of Resource Sharing?

Muhammad Rosyihan Hendrawan, Mukhlis
Malang Interlibrary Loan (MILL). Interlibrary loan has been a staple function within libraries in general and academic libraries, especially. Interlibrary loan began as a small offshoot of the larger development of centralized library services. The acronym of MILL is a form of innovation in the library...
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Governing Sustainable City Based on Societal Respons

Cases Study on Social Movement to Preservation of Urban Environment in Malang City

Mohammad Nuh
This study aims to describe and analyze social movements carried out by local communities in realizing urban environmental resilience, and also to develop social movement models as social capital (policy design) for the realization of sustainable cities in the perspective of societal governance. The...
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The Utilization of Geographic Information System in Rural Development

Nurjati Widodo
Geographic Information System (GIS) is one of the ICT developments that can support development, including development at the rural level. The research was conducted in Banyuwangi Regency. This study aims to analyze the utilization of geographic information systems in rural-level development through...
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Posyandu During The COVID-19 Pandemic

Diversification and Participation

Selvi Diana Meilinda, Yulianto, Anisa Utami, Akgis Cahyaningtias
This paper explains the participation of mothers, toddlers and the elders in Posyandu activities, and the diversification of posyandu cadre service strategies during the COVID-19 pandemic. Before the COVID-19 pandemic mothers, toddlers and elders people actively participate in every posyandu activity...
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The Role of Stakeholder

Encouraging Ecotourism Development in Batu City

I Gede Eko Putra Sri Sentanu, Aulia Puspaning Galih, Rendra Eko Wismanu
This study aims to discuss stakeholder interactions in ecotourism development in Batu city. This research method is a qualitative research with a descriptive exploratory research type where the focus of the research refers to indicators based on stakeholder collaboration that allow for broad networking...
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Measuring the Governance of Collaborative Practices for Stunting Management in Lampung, Indonesia

Feni Rosalia, Jeni Wulandari, Yulianto
The phenomenon of stunting is one of the priority issues of national health development in the Republic of Indonesia. In Lampung Province, the government responded to this problem by establishing the Lampung Stunting Agency (LSA), which facilitates collaboration between various parties to overcome stunting....
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Managing Collaborative Governance Dynamics in Agropolitan Development to Face the New Normal Era

Rillia Aisyah Haris, Abdullah Said, Agus Suryono, Mochammad Rozikin
Collaborative dynamics are the main components that determine successful collaborative governance. A progressive collaboration dynamics cycle helps collaborative participants develop collective goals and guides collaborative action. However, because it is interactive, dynamic, depends on prevailing conditions...
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Improving the Digital Governance to Facing the New Normal Life in Indonesia

Stevan Adika
The pandemic situation nowadays brings a huge transformation. Most of us “forced” to use such technologies to communicate with another, both formal and informal purposes. The impact is that online meetings, discussions, until worships become such a commonplace. Everyone has to learn/work from home. Those...
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Driving Factors Analyzing for Collaborative Governance in Archipelago Province of Eastern Indonesia

Sulikah, Lely Indah Mindarti, I Gede Eko Putra Sri Sentanu
The development of small and medium industries (SMIs) is proven to be able to improve the national economy through labour permeation. Technically, every increase of one company will be able to permeate at least double workers. Furthermore, the development of SMIs in Indonesia is majority dominated by...
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Governance of Correctional Systems in Indonesia

Wike, Agung Edi Rustanto
The Indonesian correctional system currently could be traced back to decades ago, where previously it used a prison system. The governance of the system in Indonesia can be divided into three different periods as the kingdoms, the Dutch Occupation and Indonesia now. This paper is aimed to identify and...
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Changes in the Forming Aspects of the Public Service Bargains Components in Determining the General Budget Policy

Yetty Setiyaningsih, Agus Pramusinto, Bevaola Kusumasari, Yuyun Purbokusumo
Public Service Bargains (PSB) perspective is used to analyze the relationship between politicians and bureaucrats based on the roles of both parties. This study aims to discuss how the relationship between politicians and bureaucrats and their interactions in two periods of leadership with different...
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Collaborative Governance in Eucalyptus Oil Industry Development from Forest Area

A Study at Tarakan City Forest Management Unit

Arief Rakhman, Agus Suryono, Ainul Hayat
Collaborative Governance in the industry development of Eucalyptus Oil from forest area that is being done by the Forest Management Unit of Tarakan City, North Kalimantan, is an essential thing in managing resource disputes, where the results, potential synergies and ‘win-win solution’ have not been...
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The New Normal Era in Yogyakarta City Tourism Village Through the Involvement of Four Helix - Quadruple Helix

Rumsari Hadi Sumarto, Sumartono, M. R. Khairul Muluk, Mohammad Nuh
The Covid 19 pandemic has changed everything and is the cause of delays in development tourism in Yogyakarta City. Yogyakarta, which is currently still improving itself to introduce several tourism destinations besides Malioboro, is constrained by the existence of Covid 19. Actually, tourism villages...
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Building Collaborative Governance on Services Delivery for Children

Farida Nurani, Wike
Good governance will be achieved if collaborations, partnerships and networks among stakeholders of governance exist particularly on certain issues that requiring attentions from governments, private sector and civil society. The collaboration among stakeholders for providing services for children is...
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The Landscape of Inclusive Public Service Innovation in Indonesian Local Government

Mujibur Rahman Khairul Muluk, Muhammad Rizki Pratama, Ajie Hanif Muzaqi
The global movement demands equality and justice, which the state must fulfill through integrative public policy, therefore public service is the right of all society groups without exception. Various studies on public service innovation in Indonesia only provide an overview and is less specific about...
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The Acceptance of Mobile Health Application for Older People in Indonesia

Shinta Happy Yustiari
The higher percentage of cell phone usage amid the elderly people in Indonesia has unblocked the opportunity to benefit the health services online during the New Normal. In spite of cell phones consumption as well as learning the possible benefit of it to improve the healthcare services, the usage and...
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Correlates on the Participation of Private Sectors in Local Governance in South Central Mindanao, Philippines

Radzata A. Abdulgani, Saidamin P. Bagolong
This study aimed to determine the significant correlation between the participation of private sectors in local governance in terms of local pre-qualification bids and awards committee board, local school board, local health board, local development council, and local peace and order council and its...
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Stakeholder Collaboration

Networking Actor Collaboration in Handling Covid-19 the New Normal Era Indonesia

Klara Kumalasari, Sujarwoto, I Gede Eko Putra Sri Sentanu
The world is currently in a pandemic covid-19 that can be detrimental in various sectors including the government sector handling covid-19 has caused a policy governance crisis in various countries. The crisis of policy governance forces the government in to take policy seriously, this pandemic situation...
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Collaborative Governance in Determining Legal Status for Traditional Marriages of the Dawan Ethnicity

Mariana Sole Agusta Nope
After 1974, there has been a unification in the field of marriage law, marked by the issuance of Law no. 1 of 1974 concerning marriage. This Law consists of XIV Chapters and 67 articles. It regulates the basics of marriages, conditions of marriages, prevention of marriages, cancellation of marriages,...
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The Agile Mindset

A Proactive Business Behavior to Survive in New Normal Era

Ratri Buda Nugrahanti, Tantri Widiastuti
The global coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has impacted every aspects of life. The current outbreak has severe socioeconomic consequences across the globe creating another disruption, which has led to dramatic changes of way of life and businesses. As developing countries, both Gambia and Indonesia suffer...
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Influencing Factors of Vocational High School Revitalization Policy Implementation

Delfiazi Puji Lestari, Endang Larasati, Sundarso, Ida Hayu Dwimawanti
Presidential Instruction No.9 2016 was issued by the government with the aim of improving the quality of vocational high school graduates in Indonesia. However, in its implementation there are still many problems. Studies on the problems of revitalizing vocational education was seen and researched by...
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The Twists and Turns of State Universities with Legal Entity Status (PTN-BH) as a Form of Decentralization of Higher Education in Indonesia

Abd. Qadir Muslim, Andhyka Muttaqin, Aulia Luqman Aziz, Dhea Monica Setia Putri, Arina Izza Sabila
In the Fourth Industrial Revolution era (Industry 4.0), everything is required to be flexible, including a bureaucratic system, especially in the education bureaucracy where education is a pillar in the progress of the nation because education is in direct contact with the nation’s next generation. Today,...
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Blended Learning on Vocational High School in Adaptation of New Habit Era with Whole of Government Approach

Wydha Mustika Maharani, Soesilo Zauhar, Mochamad Makmur, Bambang Santoso Haryono
The worldwide students can feel the COVID-19 pandemic impact, such as closing schools and learning online. However, it is feared that it could increase the drop-out rate and year repetition, especially at vocational schools. Even during this pandemic, teaching and learning activities must continue. So,...
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Self Assessment of Outstanding Teachers Competition Program Using the Malcolm Baldrige Model

Rusi Rusmiati Aliyyah, Rasmitadila, Megan Asri Humaira, Didi Mulyadi, Siti Pupu Fauziah, Widyasari, Sri Wahyuni Ulfah
The government program is mostly based on the supply model in which the program has already been created, and the following institutions just carry out the program as instructed. This research is aimed to assessing the outstanding competition program using the Malcolm Baldrige model. The model used is...
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An Evaluation of the Elementary Education Policy in Myanmar

Khaing Tharaphy
The Education system consists of three dimensions such as policy formation, managerial, and implementation. The purpose of education is to teach and train the young ones to grow in wisdom and knowledge because they are the hope of the nation. Unfortunately, the standard of education in Myanmar has declined...