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Emerging Markets : Business and Management Studies Journal
ISSN : 23388854     EISSN : 26209918     DOI : 10.33555
This journal is particularly interested in publishing scholarly empirical and theoretical research in various topics in the fields management, accounting, finance, and service industry, such as; Entrepreneurship, marketing, consumer behaviour, organizational behaviour, strategic management, leadership, financial/managerial accounting, auditing, control systems, taxation, valuation, securities analysis, corporate governance, corporate finance, behavioural finance/accounting, including global topics in management, accounting, finance, service industry, and various topics on emerging management issues.
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ANALYSIS OF TOURISM ATTRACTION, ACCESSIBILITY, AMENITIES, AND ANCILLARY SERVICES TOWARDS LOYALTY WITH CUSTOMER SATISFACTION AS INTERVENING VARIABLE IN BETAWI SETU BABAKAN JAKARTA La Are, Robert
Emerging Markets : Business and Management Studies Journal Vol 4 No 2 (2017)
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The satisfaction of tourists is a desirable achievement in the tourism sector, especially in one tourist destination. Satisfaction also has an influence on the emergence of loyalty. This study was conducted from February ? June 2015 to examine the effect of factors affecting the sake of the visitors of Setu Babakan and its impact on loyalty. These factors consist of Tourism Attraction, Amenities, Accessibility and Ancillary Services. Primary data were collected through observation of questionnaires distributed to tourists visiting and were enjoying tourism products at Betawi Cultural Village Setu Babakan, Jakarta. Questionnaire collected 120 respondents who then analyzed using the method of Multiple Linear regression analysis. The test result of Attraction Attractions is 0.570 with beta coefficient value of 0.117. Accessibility of 0.370 with beta coefficient value of -0.160. Amenities of 0.001 with the value of beta coefficient of -0.633. and Ancillary Services of 0.336 with the value of beta coefficient of -0.107. thus the whole factor is declared no effect on visitor satisfaction. Test Result of Satisfaction Factor of 0.000 with beta coefficient value of 0.955. thus Satisfaction has a positive and significant influence on Travelers Loyalty
CORPORATE INCOME TAX OF SMALL MEDIUM ENTERPRISE (SME) Nurdayadi, Nurdayadi
Emerging Markets : Business and Management Studies Journal Vol 4 No 2 (2017)
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Tax is recently getting the most important income source for the country. In the case of Indonesia, every year the government has increased the annual target of tax income, but it has not been easily and successfully to achieve. In 2013 the government wishes to target the sources of income tax deriving from that small and medium business scale. The research which focuses on the medium scale of corporate tax payer business, would like to see and evaluate implementation of Government Regulation number 46, year 2013 (PP 46/2013), by doing simulation and regression analysis. Those corporate tax payers with the annual sales of around Rp. 7,000,000,000,- seems to be facing a dilemma situation to whether or not to comply with. Particularly since this government regulation does not take into consideration the impact to the tax payers cash flow when financial trouble is being faced and even at the time the companies run in loss situation. It seems it has been the time for the government to review the effectiveness of this regulation, how is being implemented across the country, especially by those corporate tax payers who are preparing book keeping and submitting tax report. The issue of accuracy, accountability and financial engineering follows the implementation of creativity accounting and tax accounting treatment, should have been the concern of the tax office. The idea and advices of mandatory audited financial report is prominent in this research, in order to reach the more targeted collecting tax fund from this class of enterprises in Indonesia.
STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT IN CAR OWNERSHIP AND PURCHASE DECISION IN JAKARTA Mawardi, Izhari
Emerging Markets : Business and Management Studies Journal Vol 4 No 2 (2017)
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The automotive industry is one of the most lucrative market in Jakarta, Indonesia. There are opportunities coming from the low car density, a growing number of middle class and the first-time buyers in Jakarta. On the other hand, there are also challenges car manufactures face that could curtail car sales such as, the presence new public transport, the increase on vehicle tax, and the existence of online taxis. Currently, studies related to car ownership motivation according to the future generation of buyer are still limited. Therefore, this study examined the significance between car ownership deterrents, car ownership motivation, and car purchase decision. This study also analysed the preference of cars according to young people, being the future generation in Jakarta. The final objective was to provide PT XYZ a selection of strategies to anticipate such phenomena. The methodology used was Structural Equation Modelling. The result revealed that car ownership motivation and car purchase decision were significantly correlated, while car ownership motivation and car ownership deterrents showed otherwise. Car attributes such as safety, performance, and convenience were considered as the most important criteria according to young people. The managerial implication for PT XYZ is to consider market penetration, market development, and product development. Keywords? Car ownership motivation, Car ownership deterrents, Car purchase decision, Structural Equation Modelling, Strategic Management  
ANALISA RATIO KEUANGAN DAN PERATAAN LABA TERHADAP RETURN SAHAM PADA INDUSTRI MANUFAKTUR TAHUN 2012-2016 Dewi, Kartika
Emerging Markets : Business and Management Studies Journal Vol 4 No 2 (2017)
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Tujuan penelitian ini adalah menguji pengaruh ratio keuangan profitabilitas, solvabilitas dan perataan laba terhadap return saham pada perusahaan manufaktur yang terdaftar di Bursa Efek Indonesia periode 2012-2016. Profitabilitas di uji dengan menggunakan proxy Return On Asset dan Net Profit Margin. Solvabilitas di uji dengan menggunakan proxy Debt to Equity Ratio. Perataan Laba diuji menggunakan Index Eckel. Data sample diambil sebanyak 205 di uji dengan menggunakan regresi berganda dengan bantuan SPSS versi 20. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan Return On Asset dan Debt to Equity Ratio berpengaruh terhadap Return Saham. Net Profit Margin dan Perataan Laba tidak berpengaruh terhadap Return Saham.
HOW TRAINING AND SKILLS DEVELOPMENT IMPROVE EMPLOYEE'S PERFORMANCE, MORAL, AND MOTIVATION Baten, Abdul
Emerging Markets : Business and Management Studies Journal Vol 4 No 2 (2017)
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Ready Made Garments (RMG) became a huge sector in Bangladesh. This sector is contributing tremendously to our economy. Nippon Garments Ltd. (NGL) is in RMG sector which is a sister concern of Abedin Group of Industries. NGL try to follow all the rules and regulations of labor laws by labor ministry of the government of Bangladesh. They maintain all compliances properly so that it won?t be harmful to the employees and environment. Training and development are one of the crucial components of Human Resource Management (HRM), besides all of the things like recruitment, selection, and, compensation. Training and development help an organization to motivate the employees in the work place and increase skills, productivity, and confidence for effective performance. To become successful and run an organization efficiently, it is very important to maintain good HR practices. When an organization has strong HR practices, and everyone in the company follow all the rules and regulations properly then the organization can create a healthy working environment which makes everyone happy. To follow all the rules and policies for growth, an organization should train the employees as per their training needs. HR always help to find the better ways to motivate employees through training and other facilities because if employees are not happy in their workplace, then they become less productive and quit the company. As a result, turnover is going to go up. Nippon Garments Ltd. is a project of Abedin Group of Industries, and it started its operation in 1984, and during the time NGL have faced so many ups and downs, but till now it has been successful in keeping its brand reputation. NGL also established competitive work environment and proved to become the number one RMG factory in Bangladesh. It is 100% export oriented garments factory. They input their best efforts to create a remarkable reputation in the RMG sector. They have both foreign and local customers, and their main customers are from Europe. They always try to give the best quality products to their customers, and for this, they are very much conscious about the raw materials used to make their end product. They import their basic fabric from China, Pakistan, Hong Kong, and India. Regarding of innovation, they are always up to date about the fashion trends and styles. Their main products are the jacket, pant, jogging & tracksuit, trouser, and more. They build up a strong relationship with the workers and employees and they also take necessary actions to maintain the strong relationship.
ANALYSIS OF COMPANY PERFORMANCE AND AUDIT OPINIONS IN INDONESIAN FOOD AND BEVERAGES COMPANIES Namira, Febby; Bustaman, Yosman
Emerging Markets : Business and Management Studies Journal Vol 2 No 2 (2015)
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This paper analyzes relationship between company performance and audit opinion. We use some financial ratios as measurement of firm?s performance such as liquidity, efficiency, profitability, market measurement and cash flows. This study uses food and beverages companies listed in Bursa Efek Indonesia (BEI) for five consecutive years from 2009 until 2013 as our sample data. Panel data analyses are used to regress our empirical model. After controlling with size of company and macroeconomics variables namely inflation rate and movement of Indonesian currency exchange rate against US dollar, we find that firm?s liquidity, profitability, market ratios and company cash flow significantly affect the audit opinion. Large firm size does not influence the audit opinion significantly, meanwhile both macro economic variables inflation rate and exchange rate link negatively with audit opinion however do not significantly affect the opinion. Thin volume of transactions in foreign currency among these companies might lead to non-significant effect between audit opinion and exchange rate.
THE IMPACT OF OPENING UP A TRADITIONAL CULTURE TO TOURISM DEVELOPMENT Caecilia, Caecilia; Umarjadi, Utami; Hidayat, Nila K.
Emerging Markets : Business and Management Studies Journal Vol 2 No 2 (2015)
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The Baduy Tribe is a cultured and friendly indigenous people living harmoniously in the middle of natural environment and far from the civilization. This study aims to determine the level of acceptance of opening up the Inner Baduy as a tourism destination and also to identify the impacts on the opening up the Inner Baduy to tourism development. This study use both quantitative and qualitative analysis. The result revealed that there are three elements are used to justify the level of acceptance of the Baduy people; two showed rejections (needs and desires and opinions on opening up the Inner Baduy). This is strengthened by the result of the interviews that tribe rules and regulations do not allow the Inner Baduy to be opened up. Another finding is proven by the disadvantages that impact the host community if the Inner Baduy is opened up to tourism market. It could cause culture acculturation, a deterioration of morality, environmental damages, and also the decreased quality of local people?s language. For the regional development, the opening up of the Inner Baduy can bring advantages such as improvements of infrastructures and economic benefits. The Inner Baduy is unofficially opened for visits from the tourists but the policy to open it up to mass market depends entirely on the decision of the host community.
THE IMPACT OF INDONESIAN FILM TOWARDS PROMOTING RANU KUMBOLO LAKE IN EAST JAVA, INDONESIA Hoorina, Jessica; Soeprapto, Vishnuvardhana
Emerging Markets : Business and Management Studies Journal Vol 2 No 2 (2015)
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A phenomenon called film-induced tourism which lately been increasing the amount of visitor towards a destination that appear through a movie. Watching movie is an intangible visual experience, but it could be change into an actual experience by visiting the film locations. It will give tourist an involvement and recreate their own feeling by experiencing themselves into a destination. In this research, evaluate the correlation of film-induced tourism towards the effectiveness of promotional destination tool. By using a novel-based movie from Indonesia, ?5 Cm? movie and Ranu Kumbolo Lake, which is located in Mount Semeru in East Java, Indonesia; as the location which will be promoted as the result of watching ?5 Cm? movie. The research methods will be using quantitative data and also questionnaires as research techniques. This research shows a strong relationship between film-induced tourism and the effectiveness of promotional destination tool, which shown by Structural Equation Modeling (SEM).
ANALYSIS OF PERFORMANCE PARAMETER FROM BALANCED SCORECARD PERSPECTIVE IN INDONESIAN CONSTRUCTION FIRM Siahaan, Antonius TP; Gunawan, Jessica; Juda, Ida
Emerging Markets : Business and Management Studies Journal Vol 2 No 2 (2015)
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This research examines the relationships between variables in each balanced scorecard perspectives in Indonesian construction firm. Questionnaires were distributed through offline (sales intercept) and online (freeonlinesurveys.com) basis. We use Cronbach?s Alpha, Pearson Correlation, and Regressions to test the validity and relationship between variables in the model. From 162 questionnaires processed, the results show that there are positive correlation between hard & soft skills and SERVQUAL (tangibility, reliability, responsiveness, assurance, and empathy), SERVQUAL and customer perspectives, and customer perspective and sales. The firm should improve the non-financial perspectives to increase the sales (financial perspectives) since It is proven that there are significant effects between variables.
THE INFLUENCE OF INCENTIVE PROGRAM TOWARDS EMPLOYEE MOTIVATION Miranti, Rina; Hidayat, Taufik
Emerging Markets : Business and Management Studies Journal Vol 2 No 2 (2015)
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This study is focusing on the role of human resources by exploring the influence of incentive towards the work motivation. The method used in this research is quantitative research method. The primary and secondary data used by researchers obtained through direct observation to the Packing Section at PT. San Fu Indonesia, as well as making a questionnaire submitted to the management of the company to then be submitted to the employees of Packing Section as the subject of this study. The respondents were the employees with the total numbers of 65 employees. The result shown that the incentives to employees Packing Section PT. San Fu Indonesia according to the results of the responses of respondents is in the category of moderate (average). The work motivation description is also in the category of moderate (average). This can be seen from the highest to the lowest sub-variables. The sub variable needs for power (need for power) has the highest score compared with other indicators. While the lowest variable of work motivation is the need for achievement (need for achievement).