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Journal of Applied Finance & Accounting
ISSN : 19796862     EISSN : 27466019     DOI : 10.21512/jafa.v7i2.6378
Core Subject : Economy,
Journal of Applied Finance & Accounting (JAFA) showcases useful theoretical and methodological results with the support of interesting empirical applications in the area of Finance and Accounting. Purely theoretical and methodological research with the potential for important applications is also published. Articles in the journal may examine significant research questions from a broad range of perspectives including economics, sustainability, organizational studies and other theories related to accounting and finance phenomena. JAFA is essential reading for academics, graduate students and all those interested in research in accounting and finance. The journal is also widely read by practitioners in accounting, corporate finance, investments and banking.
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PENGARUH BIAYA KUALITAS TERHADAP PENJUALAN PADA PT. GUARDIAN PHARMATAMA Gantino, Rilla; Erwin, Erwin
Journal of Applied Finance & Accounting Vol. 2 No. 2 (2010): Published on June 2010
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This is an empirical research to determine the influence of the independent variable quality cost to the dependent variable sales. A T-test on prevention cost, valuation cost, internal failure cost, and external failure cost showed significant influence on sales. An F-test on prevention cost, valuation cost, internal failure cost and external failure cost also showed significant influence on sales. Regression analysis was done using the multiple linear regression equation Y = -240710057,3 + 496,753 X1 + 411,237 X2 + 38,384 X3 + 21,283 X4. Regression analysis showed positive that prevention cost, valuation cost, internal failure cost, and external failure cost had a positive influence on sales, which indicates that increasing costs of quality leads to increase in sales. A coefficient determination test (Kd) showed that 95% of quality cost contributes to sales; the remaining 5% is influenced by factors other than cost of quality.
EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION OF ORGANIC GROWTH, EVIDENCE FROM INDONESIAN PUBLIC LISTED COMPANIES Waworuntu, Stephanus Remond; Tjhatra, Carina
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The main objective of this research is to examine Indonesian public listed companies with earnings generated organically rather than through earnings management, income manipulation, financial engineering, or through mergers and acquisitions. 70 samples were taken from Kompas 100 Stock Index from the period of 2004 to 2007 excluding banks, financial institutions, REITs and insurance companies. The authors applied the model of Organic Growth Index (OGI), developed by Hess (2007). The OGI model designed to illuminate value-creating companies that have consistently outperformed industry competition through organic growth. The test begins by selecting the best Economic Value Added and high growth companies. The result of our study shows that there are 10 percent of Indonesian public listed companies identified as OGI winners. These companies passed the core earnings test, income manipulation test and cash realization test, and thus indicated that those Indonesian public companies have a low level of earnings manipulation and low engagement in non-core earnings such as hedging activities.
INVESTIGATION TOWARDS THE LONG-RUN PERFORMANCE OF INITIAL PUBLIC OFFERINGS: EVIDENCE FROM INDONESIAN CAPITAL MARKET Emasari, Lioniva; Tamara, Dewi
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We study the long-term performance of IPO share issued in Indonesia during the 1996-2001 periods. The IPOs in this period are mostly concentrated in Finance, Trade, Property and Basic Industry & Chemicals. The cumulative abnormal return (CAR) and buy-and-hold abnormal return (BHAR) in the third year are 15.83% and negative 68.02%, respectively. The CAR and BHAR in the fifth year are negative 1% and negative 139.7%, respectively. The highest CAR for 3 and 5 years are mining industry, with 289.29% and 226.80%, respectively. The lowest CAR for third year is trade, service & investment industry, with negative 59.36% and fifth year is agriculture with negative 59.72%. The lowest BHAR for third and fifth year is trade, service and investment industry with negative 113.01% and negative 230.99 respectively. The long-run performance using cumulative abnormal return is similar with the market and cannot outperform the market.  
THE DEGREE OF COMPANY VULNERABILITY USING ALTMAN MODEL: A SURVEY OF PUBLIC LISTED COMPANIES IN INDONESIA Hermawan, Marko S.; Tirok, Junius; Dawis, Dharma S.
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This research is purposed to analyze the degree of vulnerability of a company’s performance. From the financial report produced, investor will analyze the level of its performance. There are several variables of defining the performances, in which they are used to distinguish the degree of vulnerability. This level of degree affects investor’s decision on company’s performance. The object of this research, after taking relevant data from years 2006- 2008 published annual financial reports, there are 184 public companies listed in Indonesian Stock Exchange that are qualified in the analysis procedure. The Altman (1993) model of Z-score formula is used to define variables reflecting in a company performance, in which is classified into three-zone index (safe zone, grey zone and distress zone). This research has found that more companies lie in the grey and distress zone. Amongst the safe zone companies are Mining Industry and the lowest degree is the Infrastructure Industry. Also, a trend of decreasing performance occurred during 2008. There are possible reasons that might result in the performance of the industries. This result of research will benefit for investors in considering investing in Indonesian companies.
THE BALANCED SCORECARD AS A STRATEGIC PERFORMANCE CONTROL TOOL AND ITS LINK TO THE ECONOMIC PROFIT MEASUREMENT- EVA AND MVA: A LITERATURE REVIEW Krishnan, Anbalagan; Ravindran, R.
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The organizational performance measurement and control system is vital to sustain the business in all economic environments. Organization requires a control system that measures the performance strategically. This paper gathers the literature discussion of one such popular integrated strategic performance control system, the balanced scorecard approach (BSC).  The discussion focuses on BSC approach on facilitating the implementation of organizational strategic and its link to the economic profit measures. Two popular economic profit measures, the Economic Value Added (EVA) and Market Value Added (MVA) are discussed in detail from various researchers point of view. The paper highlights the difference between these two measures and difference with the Return on Investment (ROI). The limitation of the economic profit measure is also highlighted in the discussion. As conclusion the link between the BSC strategic performance control tool and the economic profit measures are noted. This paper provides detailed discussions of both BSC strategic tool and economic profit measures based on literature review.

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