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JAEF
ISSN : 26865505     EISSN : 26864479     DOI : -
Core Subject : Economy,
Coverage of JAEF includes, but is not limited to issues surrounding: Financial Accounting and Reporting, Capital Market. Management Accounting, Behavioral issues in Accounting. Accounting and Information System, Auditing. Taxation, Accounting Education, Corporate Governance, Professional Ethics. Social and environmental accounting. Entrepreneurship (intrapreneurship, social entrepreneurship, accounting or finance issues in start-up, family business, etc). Financial Technology (digital banking, online/digital insurance, peer-to peer lending, crowdfunding etc.).
Articles 20 Documents
Financial Risk Assessment Using Enterprise Risk Management Concept Ismawati, Anastasia Filiana
JOURNAL OF ACCOUNTING, ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND FINANCIAL TECHNOLOGY (JAEF) Vol 1 No 1 (2019): Journal of Accounting, Entrepreneurship and Financial Technology
Publisher : Accounting Study Program, Universitas Ciputra Surabaya

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37715/jaef.v1i1.932

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Risk management by using risk mapping can help X Hospital located in Yogyakarta in financial management towards operating as an objective company. Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) helps organizations manage all the risks precisely and in a more integrated way. This research focuses on the risk assessment in X hospital that has not applied ERM, to analyse its financial risks. From this test, X Hospital is expected to manage its risks by using the ERM methods more, in order than the sustainability of the business can be maintained over a longer period, and thus, being able to compete with the competitors. Based on the results of risk the assessment, out of the 15 risks identified. There are top three risks that cannot be acceptable. They are: financial management report risk, contribution risk and multiple jobs risk of X Hospital. The three risks need to get response and allocations of good funds and attention from the management.
Determinant of Tax Payer Compliance in KPP Pratama Makassar Utara Holly, Anthony; Soewandi, Maouren Angel; Tuwo, Lukman
JOURNAL OF ACCOUNTING, ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND FINANCIAL TECHNOLOGY (JAEF) Vol 1 No 1 (2019): Journal of Accounting, Entrepreneurship and Financial Technology
Publisher : Accounting Study Program, Universitas Ciputra Surabaya

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37715/jaef.v1i1.996

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This research aims to determine (1) the influence of Modernization tax administration system on taxpayer compliance in the KPP Pratama Makassar Utara, (2) the influence of tax knowledge on taxpayer compliance in the KPP Pratama Makassar Utara. The research data obtained from questionnaire were distributed to taxpayer in the KPP Pratama Makassar Utara. The sample determined by using purposive sampling with a sample size of 97 respondents. Further data have been obtained, tested by using multiple linear regression analysis. The results of hypothesis test prove that modernization tax administration system has positive impact on the taxpayer compliance and tax knowledge has positive impact on the taxpayer compliance.
Hesitancy to Seek Help Millennial Generation in Surabaya Angelica, Nadya; Astuti, Dewi; Evelyn, Evelyn
JOURNAL OF ACCOUNTING, ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND FINANCIAL TECHNOLOGY (JAEF) Vol 1 No 1 (2019): Journal of Accounting, Entrepreneurship and Financial Technology
Publisher : Accounting Study Program, Universitas Ciputra Surabaya

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37715/jaef.v1i1.999

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This study aims to determine the effect of financial issue involvement, subjective financial knowledge, grit, financial health self efficacy, and financial stressed on hesitancy to help in the millennial generation in Surabaya. The method used in this research is quantitative research methods. The sample in this study were 100 respondents taken by purposive sampling method. Data analysis will be carried out using partial least square with the help of SmartPLS version 3. The results of the study show that financial issue involvement, subjective financial knowledge, and grit have a significant effect on financial health self efficacy, but financial health self efficacy has no significant effect on hesitancy to seek help. Financial stressed has a significant effect on hesitancy to seek help.
Financial Performance Evaluation of PT. Telekomunikasi Indonesia, Tbk. and PT. Indosat, Tbk. Hartono, Wendra; Ongkowijoyo, Gracia
JOURNAL OF ACCOUNTING, ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND FINANCIAL TECHNOLOGY (JAEF) Vol 1 No 1 (2019): Journal of Accounting, Entrepreneurship and Financial Technology
Publisher : Accounting Study Program, Universitas Ciputra Surabaya

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37715/jaef.v1i1.1000

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Two telecommunications companies in Indonesia have their names listed in Indonesian Stock Exchange (IDX) namely, PT. Indosat, Tbk. (ISAT) and PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia (TLKM) have enlivened the telecommunication industry. This study aims to evaluate the performance of two telecommunications companies in Indonesia by assessing, comparing and analyzing fundamentally, technically and news or company policies occurred in the field during 2017 - May 2018. In Fundamental Analysis, the two companies are categorized as companies that have a good financial condition. However, in the second semester of 2017, telecommunication companies experienced a significant decline in market value, which was contrary to the fundamental analysis. If viewed from a technical perspective, this telecommunication service company has good prospects for the future. Company policy or news is also one of the determining factors for the increase or decrease in stock prices. The overall results of the study concluded that TLKM shares have a fundamental, and technical, that is better than ISAT, while news and company policies can be investors' supporting data in determining stock purchases.
The Effect of Cash Holding Policy, Dividend Policy and Profitability on Stock Prices Humaira, Adisa; Humaira, Adisa; Susanto, Hendro
JOURNAL OF ACCOUNTING, ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND FINANCIAL TECHNOLOGY (JAEF) Vol 1 No 2 (2020): Journal of Accounting, Entrepreneurship and Financial Technology
Publisher : Accounting Study Program, Universitas Ciputra Surabaya

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37715/jaef.v1i2.1278

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Increased non-resident ownership makes the capital market vulnerable to declining stability and the global economy that can affect the condition of the financial sector as indicated. These factors will affect the company's stock price is the company's cash holding policy, dividend policy and profitability performance. This study aims to determine the effect of cash holding policy, dividend policy and profitability on the company's stock price. Cash holding policy variables are measured by a cash to asset ratio, dividend policy is measured by a dividend payout ratio, profitability is measured by return on equity (ROE) and stock prices are measured by a price to book ratio. This research is a quantitative study using multiple regression analysis methods. The data used are secondary data from the annual report and the stock market performance reports of financial sector companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange. The sampling method uses purposive sampling with an observation period of 2011 - 2017 and there are 14 companies that meet the criteria. The results showed that cash holding and profitability policies had a significant effect on stock prices dividend policy had no significant effect on stock prices.
The Effect Of Company Size, Profitability, Leverage, And Management Ownership Towards The Level Of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Disclosure Wardhani, Jacqueline Vania; Widianingsih, Luky Patricia; Karundeng, Frandy
JOURNAL OF ACCOUNTING, ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND FINANCIAL TECHNOLOGY (JAEF) Vol 1 No 1 (2019): Journal of Accounting, Entrepreneurship and Financial Technology
Publisher : Accounting Study Program, Universitas Ciputra Surabaya

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37715/jaef.v1i1.1338

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The Government has regulated CSR activities through Law No. 40 Year 2007 regarding Limited Liability Company. Mentioned that the company must perform and disclose CSR activities, especially companies that related to natural resources such as mining companies. The objective is to know the effect of company size, profitability, leverage, and management ownership on the level of CSR disclosure of mining companies listed on BEI during the period of 2014-2017. Using secondary data from annual report and financial report. The samples sum up to a total of ten companies with a four-year observation period, resulting in a total of 40 observational data. The method used in this research is multiple linear regression using SPSS 22.0 program. The result of the research shows that (1) firm size has positive effect on CSR disclosure level, (2) profitability and leverage has no effect on CSR disclosure level; (3) management ownership negatively affect CSR disclosure level. This finding contributes to the future research, companies, creditors, investors, and government.
The Effect of Environmental Performance, Leverage and Company Size Towards Carbon Emission Disclosure on Rated Proper Company in 2015-2018 Widianto, Indra; Sari, Dian Purnama
JOURNAL OF ACCOUNTING, ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND FINANCIAL TECHNOLOGY (JAEF) Vol 1 No 2 (2020): Journal of Accounting, Entrepreneurship and Financial Technology
Publisher : Accounting Study Program, Universitas Ciputra Surabaya

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37715/jaef.v1i2.1464

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Abstract: Carbon emission disclosure is a form of communication that is important and necessary to fulfil the needs and interests of information to the company’s stakeholders. That statement is caused by stakeholder theory, when the company conducts its operational company can’t focus on company purposes or interests only, but company must pay attention to the stakeholder’s interests and provide benefits for stakeholder which can be done by disclosing financial and non-financial information included carbon emission disclosure as a form of corporate responsibility to stakeholders. The purpose of this research is to analyze and provide empirical evidence about the effect of environmental performance, leverage and company size against carbon emission disclosure on rated PROPER company in 2015-2018. This research is a form of quantitative research with hypothesis testing. Technique used for data analysis is multiple linear regression. The results of this research explained that environmental performance and company size has positive and significant effect on carbon emission disclosure. On the other hand, leverage has no effect on carbon emission disclosure. Keywords: carbon emission disclosure, environmental performance, leverage, company size.
The Influence of Corporate Social Responsibility and IntellectualCapital Disclosure on Financial Performance of Financial Industry Companies In Malaysia And Indonesia Ponto, Sindy; Santoso, Eko Budi
JOURNAL OF ACCOUNTING, ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND FINANCIAL TECHNOLOGY (JAEF) Vol 1 No 2 (2020): Journal of Accounting, Entrepreneurship and Financial Technology
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37715/jaef.v1i2.1465

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Abstract: The purpose of this research is to analyze the influence of Corporate Social Responsibility and Intellectual Capital on the financial performance of financial industry companies in Malaysia and Indonesia. The independent variable in this research was VAIC developed by Pulic which is used as a measurement of Intellectual Capital and checklist Corporate Social Responsibility to measure Corporate Social Responsibility, while the dependent variable of this research was financial performance which is proxied by Return on Assets, Return on Equity and Capital Adequacy Ratio. The samples of this study were financial industry companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange and the Malaysia Stock Exchange with the research period of 2013-2018. Data collection used in this study was purposive sampling technique. The results indicated that (1) Corporate Social Responsibility has positive influence to the financial performance (ROA and ROE) but has negative influence to the financial performance (CAR), (2) Intellectual Capital has positive influence to the financial performance (ROA and ROE) but has negative influence to the financial performance (CAR), (3) Corporate Social Responsibility and Intellectual Capital has positive influence to the financial performance (ROA, ROE and CAR). Keywords: Corporate Social Responsibility; Intellectual Capital; financial performance; Value Added Intellectual Coefficients (VAIC).
The Impact of Tax, Exchange Rate, Tunneling Incentive and Firm Size on Transfer Pricing (Empirical Study of Manufacturing Companies Listed on the Indonesian Stock Exchange for Years2014-2018) Wijaya, Felicia Vanessa; Widianingsih, Luky Patricia
JOURNAL OF ACCOUNTING, ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND FINANCIAL TECHNOLOGY (JAEF) Vol 1 No 2 (2020): Journal of Accounting, Entrepreneurship and Financial Technology
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37715/jaef.v1i2.1466

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Abstract: In the era of globalization, companies are developing into multinational companies that establish branches or subsidiaries in various countries. This globalization has given an impact to increase international transaction. These transactions could lead to transactions with related parties that shows an indication of transfer pricing. Along with the development of globalization, factors affecting transfer pricing are not only derived from taxes, but also from other factors. The purpose of this research is to examine the effect of tax, exchange rate, tunneling incentive, and firm size on transfer pricing. This research used secondary data in the form of annual reports published on the Indonesia Stock Exchange. Population of this research was manufacturing companies for years 2014-2018 and by purposive sampling method, a sample of 19 manufacturing companies was obtained. Analysis technique used on this research was a multiple linear regression using SPSS 23 application. The result shows that tax, tunneling incentive, firm size have significant effect on transfer pricing, while exchange rate does not take any effect on transfer pricing. Adjusted R2 determination coefficient of 32,8% shows transfer pricing is affected by tax, exchange rate, tunneling incentive, and firm size, while remaining 67,2% is affected by other variables outside research model. Keywords: Transfer Pricing; Tax; Exchange Rate; Tunneling Incentive; Firm Size.
Dividend Announcement Effect To Market Reaction in Non-Financial Companies Listed on Indonesia Stock Exchange Fabian, Alvin; Santoso, Eko Budi
JOURNAL OF ACCOUNTING, ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND FINANCIAL TECHNOLOGY (JAEF) Vol 1 No 2 (2020): Journal of Accounting, Entrepreneurship and Financial Technology
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37715/jaef.v1i2.1467

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Abstract: This study aims to examine the differences in market reaction before and after the announcement of dividend omissions and dividend initiations in non- financial companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange in 2016-2018. The sample used in this study was 71 companies consisting of 26 companies that announced dividend omissions and 45 companies that announced dividend initiations. The sample was determined using the purposive sampling method. This study used the event study method with an event window period of 5 days before the announcement, the announcement day, and 5 days after the announcement. The Wilcoxon Signed Ranks Test results in this study indicate that there are no differences in market reaction before and after the announcement of dividend omissions. Meanwhile the announcement of dividend initiations shows that there are differences in market reaction before and after the announcement of dividend initiations. Keywords: Event study, Dividend Omissions, Dividend Initiations, Abnormal Return

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