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KAPASITAS SEBAGAI SISTEM PRODUKSI PURYANDANI, SITI
Jurnal Ilmu Manajemen dan Akuntansi Terapan (JIMAT) Vol 2, No 2 (2011)
Publisher : STIE Totalwin Semarang

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Strategic capacity involves an investment decision that must match resource capabilities to a long term demand forecast. This paper explain factors to be taken into account in selecting capapcity additions for both manufacturing and service include : the likely effects of economies of scale, the effects of experience curve, the impact of changing facility focus and balance among production stages and the degree of flexibility of facilities and the workforce.  
MERANCANG PESAN YANG EFEKTIF UNTUK IKLAN PRODUK UNSOUGHT Puryandani, Siti
Jurnal Ilmu Manajemen dan Akuntansi Terapan (JIMAT) Vol 3, No 1 (2012)
Publisher : STIE Totalwin Semarang

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Any decision taken in the field of marketing is called good if the decisions taken was always associated with an environment that is always changing and evolving. In connection with activities of integrated marketing communications (Integrated Marketing Communication / IMC) conducted marketers is to choose between using sales promotion, publicity, advertising or personal selling. Of course, the existence of competition should still be noted. However marketers should continue to try to make consumers feel more satisfied than when consuming the products of competitors. In this case the concept of customer satisfaction is maintained. In the consumer self there is a concept that can be exploited by emotional factors play a factor other than rational. In connection with the theme of the message to be designed for this type of product unsought, marketers need to be creative these roles.
PERBEDAAN KEBIJAKAN HUTANG DARI SUDUT PANDANG MANAGERIAL OWNERSHIP DAN FREE AGENT Puryandani, Siti
PRESTASI Vol 7, No 02 (2011): Juni Prestasi
Publisher : PRESTASI

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In a corporate have two aspect that’s support corporate operational.There are manager or agent and shareholder. Manager have a part of corporate share is call managerial ownership and common manager or agent don’t have corporate share. There are able to decide financial function like financing decision, investment decision and dividend decision.At financing decision, manager can be arange the capital structure of a corporate. The capital structure divide from internal funding and external funding. For example debt is a part of external funding. High or low debt can use by corporate consist with average debt to equity ratio (DER). If a average debt to equity ratio more than 1 it is mean grade of debt is high and this corporate in category risk taker. But If a average debt to equity ratio less than 1 it is mean grade of debt is low and this corporate in category risk avoider.This research to examine differently debt policy has taken by managerial ownership and free agent. Sampling adjustment by purposive sampling. Total sample is 128 corporate divide two sample. First it is corporate have a  managerial ownership in corporate structure. Second sample it is corporate have a free agent in corporate structure. Hypothesis to execute with Mann Whiney test is  Z with three  variabels are managerial ownership, free agent and debt policy. Finding research show no different between debt policy that’s doing by managerial ownership and free agent. Managerial ownership and free agent have same perception and is category risk taker. This indicator of fact from average debt to equity ratio more than 1.Keywords: managerial ownership, free agent and debt policy.
The Javanese Lunar Calendar’s Effect on Indonesian Stock Returns Robiyanto, Robiyanto,; Puryandani, Siti
Gadjah Mada International Journal of Business Vol 17, No 2 (2015): May-August
Publisher : Master in Management, Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Gadjah Mada

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It is very possible for an investor to take a decision based on superstitions and common beliefs. Actually, Indonesia has a specific calendar system called the Javanese lunar calendar. The Javanese calendar contains several special days because of their sacred characteristics such as “Kamis Wage” (Thursday Wage) and “Jum’at Kliwon” (Friday Kliwon). The day of Friday Kliwon is often considered to be the most frightening which is similar to Friday the Thirteenth in Western culture. This study tried to scrutinize the impact of those sacred days on Indonesian stock returns. By applying GARCH-M, the finding shows that the Javanese lunar calendar does not have any impact on the Indonesian stock returns, but does affect the investors’ risk aversion level. This study has proven that, in terms of risk aversion, investors’ behavior in Indonesia is influenced by superstition.
DAMPAK MODAL SOSIAL TERHADAP KEPUTUSAN PENDANAAN DALAM MENGELOLA TEKANAN KEUANGAN (Studi Pada UMK Batik di Kota Semarang) Kusuma, Surya; Puryandani, Siti
Tirtayasa Ekonomika Vol 13, No 2 (2018)
Publisher : Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Sultasn Ageng Tirtayasa

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The purpose aim how financial performance in a business situation have financial distress and how entrepreneurs react to environmental changes and take advantage of the social capital for sustainability.This study will investigate  the social capital, the financial decision and financial distress. The  research objects are SME Batik Semarang thats tenant by goverment bank in Semarang. The SME Batik have operational during 2017 and total questionare are collecting  36 SME Batik.The result argue that social capital have impact to the  financing decision and financing decision eventually influences financial distress.Keyword : capital social, financing decision, and financial distress.
DAMPAK MODAL SOSIAL TERHADAP KEPUTUSAN PENDANAAN DALAM MENGELOLA TEKANAN KEUANGAN (Studi Pada UMK Batik di Kota Semarang) H, Suryakusuma K; Puryandani, Siti
JURNAL STIE SEMARANG Vol 10 No 2 (2018): VOLUME 10 NOMOR 2 EDISI JUNI 2018
Publisher : Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Ekonomi Semarang

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The purpose aim how financial performance in a business situation have financial distress and how entrepreneurs react to environmental changes and take advantage of the social capital for sustainability.This study will investigate  the social capital, the financial decision and financial distress. The  research objects are SME Batik Semarang thats tenant by goverment bank in Semarang. The SME Batik have operational during 2017 and total questionare are collecting  36 SME Batik.The result argue that social capital have impact to the  financing decision and financing decision eventually influences financial distress.
MERANCANG PESAN YANG EFEKTIF UNTUK IKLAN PRODUK UNSOUGHT Puryandani, Siti
Jurnal Ilmu Manajemen dan Akuntansi Terapan (JIMAT) Vol 3 No 1 (2012): Jurnal Ilmu Manajemen dan Akuntansi Terapan (JIMAT)
Publisher : Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Ekonomi Totalwin

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Any decision taken in the field of marketing is called good if the decisions taken was alway associated with an environment that is always changing and evolving. In connection with activities of integrated marketing communications (Integrated Marketing Communication / IMC) conducted marketers is to choose between using sales promotion, publicity, advertising or personal selling. Of course, the existence of competition should still be noted. However marketers should continue to try to make consumers feel more satisfied than when consuming the products of competitors. In this case the concept of customer satisfaction is maintained. In the consumer self there is a concept that can be exploited by emotional factors play a factor other than rational. In connection with the theme of the message to be designed for this type of product unsought, marketers need to be creative these roles.
KAPASITAS SEBAGAI SISTEM PRODUKSI Puryandani, Siti
Jurnal Ilmu Manajemen dan Akuntansi Terapan (JIMAT) Vol 2 No 1 (2011): Jurnal Ilmu Manajemen dan Akuntansi Terapan (JIMAT)
Publisher : Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Ekonomi Totalwin

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Strategic capacity involves an investment decision that must match resource capabilities to a long term demand forecast. This paper explain factors to be taken into account in selecting capapcity additions for both manufacturing and service include : the likely effects of economies of scale, the effects of experience curve, the impact of changing facility focus and balance among production stages and the degree of flexibility of facilities and the workforce.
PENGARUH INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY SET TERHADAP KEBIJAKAN DIVIDEN DENGAN FIRM SIZE SEBAGAI VARIABEL MODERASI PADA PERUSAHAAN MANUFAKTUR TAHUN 2011-2013 DI BEI Maharsi, Abrianita Vika Nur; Puryandani, Siti; Kristanto, Rudi Suryo
Magisma: Jurnal Ilmiah Ekonomi dan Bisnis Vol 5 No 2 (2017): Magisma
Publisher : Magister Manajeemen STIE Bank BPD Jateng

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  Dividend policy is a decision to define the part received by shareholders according to the funds they invest as well as the part that will be retained by the company. Dividend payout ratio has been discussed in the financial sector by several researchers since 1961 when Miller and Modigliani proposed the theory of “Signalling Hypothesis”. There are many variables that affect dividend policy including profitability, debt policy, liquidity, growth, investment opportunity set,etc. In this research, Investment Opportunity Set (IOS) is choosen according to the hardness of this observation, the main purpose of this research is to study the proxy of IOS exactly. This research aimed to empirically test the effect of set investment opportunity to the dividend policy. The tested variable in this study was investment opportunity set measured by market-to-book value of equity while the moderating variable was firm size. The sample was 16 companies listed on Indonesian Stock Exchange (I.S.E) 2011-2013 selected through purposive sampling technique. The analytical statistic was a simple linear regression to test the absolute difference value of moderation. The results showed that the investment opportunity set has significant effect on dividend policy because the value of significance IOS less than rate of significance (0,045<0,05), it means that firm size moderation can be used as moderator between investment opportunity set and dividend policy because the value of significance firm size less than rate of significance (0,041<0,05).
GOLD: HEDGE, SAFE HAVEN OR DIVERSIFIER FOR INDONESIAN CAPITAL MARKET Puryandani, Siti; Robiyanto, Robiyanto
Fokus Ekonomi : Jurnal Ilmiah Ekonomi Vol 14, No 2: Desember 2019
Publisher : STIE Pelita Nusantara Semarang

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This study scrunitize whether gold can act as hedge, diversifier and safe haven in Indonesian Capital Market. Data employed in this study are monthly Jakarta Composite Index and monthly international gold spot price during January 1999 to September 2013. Using Generalized Autocorrelation Conditional Heteroscedasticity (GARCH), the results show that gold can not act as hedge and diversifier in Indonesian Capital  Market because both instruments have comovement. Furthermore, gold can not act as robust safe haven in Indonesian Capital  Market. These findings suggest that it is better to investors whose already hold Indonesian stocks as their portfolio to exclude gold as their part of portfolio and divert their portfolio to other instrument with risk free characteristic such as Indonesia sovereign debt and Indonesia sovereign Sukuk during financial market crash.