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Journal of Economics, Business, and Accountancy | Ventura
ISSN : 20873735     EISSN : 2088785X     DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.14414/jebav
Core Subject : Economy,
Journal of Economics, Business and Accountancy (JEBAV) addresses economics, business, banking, management and accounting issues that are new developments in business excellence and best practices, and methodologies to determine these in manufacturing and financial service organisations. It considers all aspects of economics and business, including those management and accounting and economics with other fields of inquiry. JEBAV published by Research Center and Community Services STIE Perbanas Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia.
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Articles 380 Documents
Analysis of financial soundness of manufacturing companies in Indonesia Stock Exchange Hidayat, Widi
Journal of Economics, Business, & Accountancy Ventura Vol 19, No 1 (2016): April - July 2016
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14414/jebav.v19i1.541

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This study aims to provide information to the issuer and Bapepam and Indonesian Institute of Accountants with additional important information content of ratings and financial soundness of the indicators that do not harm investors. This is an explanatory and descriptive nature of causality using quantitative methods, using all companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (ISE) taken as the sample. The data were analyzed using discriminant statistical analysis tools are processed with SPSS. The results showed that the level of financial soundness of the manufacturing industries listed on the ISE such as 23 (62%) Companies Current Asset Growth (CAG) is low as well as Fixed Asset growth (FAG) 28 (76%) companies is still low, Equity Growth (EqG) by 27 (73%) the company, Revenue growth (RG) 27 (65%) companies and Net Income Growth (NIG) 35 (95%) firms. Two manufacturing companies have a very high NIG, thus, NIG average is very high. The seven models of financial soundness were tested based on the growth of corporate finance such as CAG, FAG, LG, EqG, RG, ExG and NIG. Only one model is not significant, the model RG, while the other model is a significant, with a significant difference be-tween the growths rates of the sound and unsound corporate finances industry groups.
The relationship between management control systems and corporate financial performance (a moderated regression analysis approach from mining companies in Indonesia) Utary, Anis Rachma
Journal of Economics, Business, & Accountancy Ventura Vol 17, No 1 (2014): April 2014
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14414/jebav.v17i1.267

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This paper examines relationship between management control system (MCS) and corporate financial performance (CFP). This relationship is moderated by four modera- tor variables business environment, organization structure, business strategy and culture. The data were collected using questionnaires which were distributed to the respondents in accordance with the predetermined data collection procedure. There were 189 questionnaires-distributed to the respondents including 19 regions of min- ing companies in Indonesia. The result indicates that business environment moderates the relationship between MCS and CFP. Organization Structure cannot moderate the relationships between MCS and CFP. Business strategy moderates relationship be- tween MCS and CFP. Culture cannot moderate the relationship between MCS and CFP.
Foreign investment & growth in emerging economies: panel ARDL analysis Appiah, Michael; Li, Fanglin; Korankye, Benjamin
Journal of Economics, Business, & Accountancy Ventura Vol 22, No 2 (2019): August - November 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14414/jebav.v22i2.1819

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Recently, the contributory role of foreign investment growth in Africa has been considered by researchers and policymakers. Studies in this area are not yet clear. Besides, foreign direct investment has emerged as a determining factor of economic growth. Concerning this evidence, the current study tries to investigate the contributions of foreign direct investment on economic growth or for developing the economy of Africa. This study used yearly panel data for the period 1995-2015 for 5 developing the economy of Africa. The results of Panel ARDL indicate that foreign direct investment has a positive effect on economic growth as well as a positive sign of trade openness, inflation, and labor. The study also stresses that, for increasing economic growth, there is a need to seek more foreign investments, increase trade openness and inflation, and at the same time, to improve the employment condition in the selected African developing countries.
Do investors become risk takers after receiving MLA and accounting information? Pramuki, Ni Made Wisni Arie; Subroto, Bambang; Subekti, Imam
Journal of Economics, Business, & Accountancy Ventura Vol 19, No 2 (2016): August - November 2016
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14414/jebav.v19i2.464

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This study aimed to find out, empirically, the effect of myopic loss aversion and accounting information on the behavior of investors. The method used is pure experiment by using a 2×2 factorial design between subjects. The results show that myopic loss aversion and accounting information positively affects investor behavior. Another result reveals that there is a difference in treatment (frequent and infrequent) that was equally given accounting information. There is a difference of treatment (frequent and infrequent) that was not given accounting information, but the results return obtained by investors with the treatment of frequent is higher than investors with the treatment of infrequent, it indicates that investors that were treated frequently to be more willing to take a risk, and investors proved not to experience MLA. It was not found the difference in treatment (frequent and infrequent) with accounting information with those that were not given accounting information. It can be caused by a lack of understanding of investors (in this case by the students) in interpreting and analyzing accounting information as well as private signals that still dominate the investors.
ANALYSIS OF MARKET DISCIPLINE MECHANISM IN INDONESIA BANKING INDUSTRIES Doddy Ariefianto, Moch.; Yuswanto, Yuswanto
Journal of Economics, Business, & Accountancy Ventura Vol 16, No 2 (2013): August 2013
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14414/jebav.v16i2.180

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The market discipline is considered an important element for creating a sound and efficient operation ofthe banking industry. It can be shown by the response of investors and depositors of the business operationsand management in relation to the risk of a bank. Theoretically, there are hypotheses must be accomplishedin order to effectively market discipline occurs. The first hypothesis, whether the marketdiscipline provides a signal for of banks regarding the existence of a certain conditions which is inconsistentwith sound and efficient bank and business operation (Disciplining Signal Hypotheses; DSH).The second, bank management will respond to the signal by making efforts towards the implementationfor correction on the business in line with expectations (Corrective Response Hypotheses; CRH). Theverification used the empirical accounting data and market commercial banks with a total of 110 frequencyof semester 2000-2010 (panel data, 1843 observations). Empirical analysis model used regressionpanel data. The estimation results indicate that DSH gained strong empirical support. On the otherhand, the result of estimation involved in CRH is still significantly weak. This indicates that the marketdiscipline mechanism has not operated optimally in Indonesian banking industries. Therefore, correctionis required especially on regulatory mechanisms to improve the quality of banking.
University Students’ Entrepreneurial Performance Sutanto, Eddy Madiono; Sigiols, Peter J.; Putih, Ivando
Journal of Economics, Business, & Accountancy Ventura Vol 21, No 2 (2018): August - November 2018
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14414/jebav.v21i2.1197

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Low interest of student to entrepreneurship is a pity as the global university entre­preneurial spirit students survey. To improve the students entrepreneurial perform­ance, such factors take part influencing entrepreneurial performance, such as inno­va­tiveness, risk taking, proactiveness, competitive aggresiveness, autonomy, and of course entrepreneurial mindset. This research aims to determine the effect of those variables on entrepreneurial performance of college students of management which are A accredited in Malang City, Indonesia. The samples are 374 students from five universities. The analysis technique used is the test of Goodness Fit Model and Path Coefficients test with the help of the program SmartPLS 2.0 and SPSS. The results indicate that the entrepre­neurial mindset has significant effect on innovativeness, risk taking, proactiveness, competitive aggresiveness, and autonomy. Moreover, the characteristics of innovativeness, risk taking, proactiveness, competitive aggre­sive­ness, and autonomy have significant effect on the entrepreneurial performance of college students.
Big-five personality as a moderating variable in the relationship of CEO's perception and the compensation received toward CEO's desire to leave the company voluntarily Lindrianasari, Lindrianasari
Journal of Economics, Business, & Accountancy Ventura Vol 18, No 2 (2015): August - November 2015
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14414/jebav.v18i2.449

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The study aims to obtain empirical evidence for the effect of personality on the impact of compensation received by CEO in Indonesia toward CEO voluntary turnover. This study uses two sources of data, primary and secondary. The research population consists of all president directors (as a proxy of the CEOs) of companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange. The data on CEO turnover were collected manually by tracing the names of the Director stated on the company's annual report. To determine whether CEO turnover was involuntary or coercive, this research examined the growth of the company in which the CEO turnover occurred after the CEO had served a minimum of three consecutive years. Test result on the relationship between com-pensation and turnover indicates that compensation is not strong enough to explain voluntary CEO turnover. Only the control variables included in the model (earnings, returns and ROA) can explain statistically the relationship between compensation and turnover. The result of these two tests (hypothesis one and two) indicates that com-pensation is not strong enough to explain voluntary turnover.
Governance in Indonesia Banking Industries as an Effort to Improve their National Competitiveness Herlina, Erida
Journal of Economics, Business, & Accountancy Ventura Vol 20, No 2 (2017): August - November 2017
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14414/jebav.v20i2.938

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The bank’s transparency of their financial performance has been demanded by the public so that the banks have to demonstrate their products and activities. The banks’ health level assessment, currently being enacted by Bank Indonesia is a risk approach that includes Risk Profile, Good Corporate Governance, Earning, and Capital (RGEC). The more Good Corporate Governance (GCG) assessment is geared today for the banks to strengthen their competitive position and increase investor confidence. This study is directed to test the accounting conservatism towards GCG as well as the consequence of GCG on the financial performance, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and information asymmetry. This study used financial data published on the Indonesia Stock Exchange in 2008-2015 and 152 samples were taken from 19 banks data and tested using simple regression. The results show that Good Corporate Governance has an impact on financial performance, Corporate Social Responsibility, and information asymmetry. The better governance carried out by the banking system will have an impact on their competitiveness in an effort to increase public confidence to invest their funds.
EFFICIENCY OF WORKING CAPITAL ON COMPANY PROFITABILITY IN GENERATING ROA (CASE STUDIES IN CV. TOOLS BOX IN SURABAYA) Sutanto, J.E.; Pribadi, Yanuar
Journal of Economics, Business, & Accountancy Ventura Vol 15, No 2 (2012): August 2012
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14414/jebav.v15i2.81

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The purpose of this study is to investigate the influence of the working capital efficiency ratiotoward profitability. The working capital efficiency ratios used in this study are a currentratio, a receivable turnover, and a net working capital turnover. On the other hand, corporateprofitability used in this study is measured by return on assets (ROA). This research isconducted as the case study in a company, namely CV. Tools Box. The data are the monthlyfinancial reports from January 2008 until December 2009. For data analysis, the researcherused a multiple regression analysis, t-test, F-test, coefficient of determination, partial correlation,and classical assumptions. The result of this study indicates that only partially networking capital turnover has a significant effect on ROA. In Addition, the current ratio, receivableturnover, and net working capital turnover simultaneously has a significant effect onROA.
The effect of government expenditures on Indonesia economic growth Nurlina, Nurlina
Journal of Economics, Business, & Accountancy Ventura Vol 18, No 1 (2015): April - July 2015
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14414/jebav.v18i1.377

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The debate on the effect of government expenditure on economic growth has still happened in relation to classical groups and Keynesians view. The aim of this study confirms the relationship, with the application of the case in Indonesia. Gov-ernment expenditures are aggregated, while economic growth is measured by gross domestic product. With time series design, the secondary data used covers the period of 2004 to 2013. At first, the data were analyzed descriptive-graphics, while the hypothesis testing using t-test. The results obtained indicate that government spending has a positive and significant influence to economic growth. Thus, spend-ing and investment forms by government as a form of fiscal policy must be done with great caution in order to avoid misallocation or inequality in the distribution of inter-sector development, given the importance of its role as a pending national economic growth.

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