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Diponegoro International Journal of Business
Published by Universitas Diponegoro
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Diponegoro International Journal of Business (DIJB) is a biannually peer-reviewed journal issued by Department of Management, Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Diponegoro. DIJB aims to be the media for publishing empirical issues related to business studies. DIJB invites manuscripts in the various topics, but not limited to, functional areas of management, including marketing management, finance management, operation management, human resource management, innovation management, knowledge management, organizational behavior, organizational development, and change management.
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Articles 28 Documents
Does managerial bias pose destructive impact on company? A non-linear relationship between CEO’s overconfidence and company value Wiratama, Bayu; Abiprayu, Kris Brantas; Ridloah, Siti
Diponegoro International Journal of Business Vol 1, No 2 (2018)
Publisher : Department of Management | Faculty of Economics and Business | Universitas Diponegoro

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (549.197 KB) | DOI: 10.14710/dijb.1.2.2018.105-111

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This research aims at testing the influence of CEO’s Overconfidence (KDB) on the values of companies registered with the Indonesian Stock Exchange in the period 2007-2015. KDB is a bias inherent in individual, particularly corporate CEO resulted from his/her great authority. A CEO with KDB will assume that his/her company has investment opportunities in the future and, thus, reduce dividend in anticipation of acquiring an investment opportunity in the future. Some opinions argue that KDB’s benefit will be maximal when the confidence is at moderate level. A manager is deemed able to contribute to his/her company, have a good innovation level, have optimal motivation level, and present lower level of cost of debt or capital and optimal amount and rate of investment return. Too low or too high KDB is deemed only to pose negative impact on company value as resulted from non-optimal degree of leverage and investment.
The role of agency theory in the relationship between foreign ownership and performance-risk of stock in Indonesia: is one or two-way interaction? Naufa, Ahmad Maulin; Lantara, I Wayan Nuka
Diponegoro International Journal of Business Vol 1, No 2 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (794.32 KB) | DOI: 10.14710/dijb.1.2.2018.71-85

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Using agency theory as a theoretical basis, this paper aims to examine the relationship between foreign ownership, performance, and risk. Particularly, we examine whether the foreign ownership can improve or reduce the performance and risk. Vice versa, it also examine whether performance and risk may also influence the foreign ownership of stock. We utilized samples from the 100 Kompas Index from the Indonesian Stock Exchange (IDX), and we obtained 87 stocks from 2011-2017. We analyzed the relationship using ordinary least square by EViews 10.0. The result shows that the foreign ownership contributes positively to the improvement of performance, although the performance does not affect significantly to foreign ownership. Then, the relationship between the foreign ownership and the risk are not significant. The relationship the risk to the foreign is also not significant. To commence with, the foreign has an essential role in the improvement of Indonesian stock performance.
Leader-member exchange, job satisfaction, employee engagement, and employee performance Suharnomo, S; Kartika, Dian
Diponegoro International Journal of Business Vol 1, No 2 (2018)
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The main purpose of this paper is to investigate the effect of leader-member exchange (LMX) on employee performance. We also examine the effect of LMX on job satisfication then job satisfacton on employee performance. Furthermore, our research also test the effect of LMX on employee engagement then employee engagement on employee performance. The results of the analysis using SEM toward 105 respondents who work in Hotel B in Tegal, Indonesia, show supports for almost proposed prediction. However, our prediction that LMX have positive effect on employee performance was not supported.
Work-family conflict and cyberloafing: the mediating role of work stress Kusumawati, Aqsa; Franksiska, Rosaly
Diponegoro International Journal of Business Vol 1, No 2 (2018)
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This study was conducted to analyze the effect of work-family conflict on work stress. Furthermore, we also examine the mediating role of work stress on the relatioship between work-family conflict on cyberloafing. Results of path analysis on 133 respondents form PT. AIC, Semarang, Indonesia shows that work-family conflict positively affects work stress. This research also indicated that work stress did not act as an intervening variable because the respondents had other stress coping mechanism than cyberloafing.
A study of micro finance institution’s role in developing the small scale enterprises of Ethiopia Srivastava, Anubha; Kulshresthra, Preeti
Diponegoro International Journal of Business Vol 1, No 2 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (715.655 KB) | DOI: 10.14710/dijb.1.2.2018.94-104

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This study was conducted in Gedio zone small scale enterprise financed by micro finance institution. The main objective the study was to evaluate and determine the factor that determines loan repayment performance of small scale enterprise financed by yirgachefeMFI. For the success of the study both primary and secondary data were collected to determine the loan repayment performance of small scale enterprises in Gedio zone. Questionnaire were administered to 50 borrower  and manager of MFI. The data gathered are tabulated and interpreted for ease of analysis and suitability for the reader. 
Organizational climate, organizational commitment, job satisfaction, and employee performance Sugiarto, Irwan
Diponegoro International Journal of Business Vol 1, No 2 (2018)
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The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between organizational climate, organizational commitment,  job satisfaction, and employee performance. Particularly, we examine the effect of organizational climate and organizational  commitmenton job satisfaction. Furthermore, we also test the effect of job satisfaction on employee performance.Results of path analysis on 90 respondents showsopports for all hypotheses. Partially, organizational climate and organizational commitment have positive effect on job satisfaction. Simultaneously, organizational climate and organizational commitment positivelyaffect job satisfaction. In addition, job satisfaction has positive effect on employee performance.
THE ANALYSIS OF RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EXPERIENTIAL MARKETING, SERVICE QUALITY, VISITORS’ SATISFACTION, AND REVISIT INTENTION: STUDY ON TOURISM INDUSTRY Ramdhani, Adinda Sekar; Astuti, Sri Rahayu Tri
Diponegoro International Journal of Business Vol 2, No 2 (2019)
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This study aims to analyze the impact of experiential marketing and service quality on revisit intention which visitors? satisfaction as mediating variable.  The sample of our study was the 135 visitors? of Grand Puri Maerokoco, one of the tourism sites in Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia. The result of SEM analysis on those data shows that experiential marketing and service quality have indirect, positive, and significant effect on revisit intention, using visitors? satisfaction as intervening variable. However, experiential marketing and service quality are not significantly affected revisit intention. Discussions and implications of this study are presented.
THE EFFECT OF INFLATION, PROFIT-LOSS SHARING LOAN, AND CAPITAL ADEQUACY TOWARDS PERFORMANCE OF INDONESIAN ISLAMIC BANKS Visita, Luksi
Diponegoro International Journal of Business Vol 2, No 2 (2019)
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The purpose of this study is to observe the impact of inflation, profit-loss sharing loan, and capital adequacy towards performance of Islamic banks in Indonesia. This study utilizes longitudinal study from 2010 to 2018 towards Islamic Commercial Banks and Sharia Business Units that are listed in Indonesia. Using pool-time series data, the variables studied are inflation, capital adequacy ratio (CAR), profit-loss sharing loan, and return on assets (ROA). The result shows that only inflation has no significant effect on performance. Capital adequacy affects positively significant, while profit-loss sharing loan affects negatively significant. This study add new perspective on how macroeconomic variable influence Islamic banks? performance in Indonesia. Additionally, this study is also distinctive because of lengthier observation period (eight years) compared to other studies in recent five years
THE EFFECT OF FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE, IOS, AND FIRM SIZE ON CASH HOLDINGS: THE ROLE OF DIVIDEND POLICY AS MODERATING VARIABLE Wibowo, Woen Cliff; Wahyudi, Sugeng
Diponegoro International Journal of Business Vol 2, No 2 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (709.289 KB) | DOI: 10.14710/dijb.2.2.2019.96-106

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This study aims to determine and analyze the effect of financial performance (profitability, leverage, capital expenditure, liquid asset substitute), IOS, and company size on cash holding by using dividend policy as a moderating variable. The number of samples of this study was 108 observations of non-financial companies in the LQ 45 Index for the period  of 2011-2016. The results of moderated regression analysis (MRA) shows that profitability has a positive effect on cash holding, while leverage, liquid asset substitute, IOS, and firm size have negative effect on cash holdings. The results of this study also show that dividend policy can be a moderating variable which weakens the positive effect of profitability on cash holding and strengthens the negative effect of capital expenditure, but the dividend policy is not able to moderate the influence of leverage on cash holding. As a result, the companies were able to make large dividend payouts to reduce the excessive amount of cash holding that managers often abused for their own benefits and increasingly prospering investors with a given dividend.
ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE TYPES AND INDIVIDUAL READINESS FOR CHANGE: EVIDENCE FROM INDONESIA Tsalits, Aktsar Hamdi; Kismono, Gugup
Diponegoro International Journal of Business Vol 2, No 2 (2019)
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This study aims to examine the effect of organizational culture types on individual readiness for change in Indonesia as a country with high collectivism. Specifically, this study examines the effect of four types of culture namely clan, adhocracy, market, and hierarchy on individual readiness for change. The sample of this study was 264 employees of XYZ Company, a family company in Indonesia that made changes by releasing part of its shares into the stock market. Test results using simple regression support the hypothesis that clan culture and adhocracy have a positive effect on individual readiness for change. However, the influence of market culture and hierarchy on individual readiness for change was also found to be positive instead of negative as hypothesized. Discussions and suggestions for future research are presented.

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