Rokhima Rostiani
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Enhancing Cross-Cultural Training Efficacy on Expatriate Adjustment through Emotional Intelligence and Social Capital Susanto, Ely; Rostiani, Rokhima
Gadjah Mada International Journal of Business Vol 14, No 2 (2012): May - August
Publisher : Master of Management, Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Gadjah Mada

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Cross cultural training is widely believed to make a positive contribution to expatriate adjustment. In practice, however, it is very costly and sometimes ineffective for expatriates. Therefore, there is a growing importance placed on increasing the cost effectiveness or enhancing the efficacy of crosscultural training by functioning individual expatriate’s social capital and emotional intelligence as moderating variables towards expatriate’s adjustment and performance. To do so we blend ideas drawn from social capital theory and emotional intelligence to develop the structure that underlies the logic of this paper. Thus, this paper uses social capital and emotional intelligence theories to enrich extant literature on expatriate adjustment
UNDERSTANDING SOCIAL ENTERPRISES IN INDONESIA: Rostiani, Rokhima; Paramita, Widya; Audita, Handini; Virgosita, Risa; Budiarto, Teguh; Purnomo, Boyke R.
Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business Vol 29, No 2 (2014): May
Publisher : Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business

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Entrepreneurship has been one of the biggest growth topics in the past decades. Someentrepreneurs engage in socially active activities that are strongly embedded in their entrepreneurialactivities and are known as social entrepreneurship. This research maps the presence ofsocial enterprises in Indonesia by investigating the personal and organizational contexts of thesocial entrepreneurs. Qualitative research was conducted by engaging in in-depth interviewswith 8 social enterprises in Indonesia. The findings of this research result in a unique andinteresting map of the presence of the social entrepreneurs that contributes significantly to theextant literatures of social entrepreneurship.* We would like to thank the anonymous reviewer andparticipants in the APCBSS 2014 Conference for theinsightful discussions, comments and advice for thispaper.Keywords: Social entrepreneurship, small and medium enterprise, entrepreneurship, strategy
THE IMPACTS OF COUNTRY-OF-ORIGIN, PRODUCT INVOLVEMENT, AND PRODUCT FAMILIARITY ON PRODUCT EVALUATION Nugroho, Sahid Susilo; Rostiani, Rokhima; Gitosudarmo, Indriyo
Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business Vol 29, No 2 (2014): May
Publisher : Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business

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One of the most interesting phenomena in global business is the existence of a product’scountry-of-origin (COO). COO as an informational cue has been proven to affect consumer’spurchasing decisions in terms of their perception towards the product’s attributes as well astheir overall evaluation of the product. The objective of this study is to investigate the impacts ofcountry-of-origin on product evaluation in the Indonesian market by considering consumers’product familiarity and consumers’ product involvement. Consumers’ perception of theproduct’s country-of-origin is assumed to have a significant influence on consumers’ considerationsin evaluating the product prior to purchase. This impact is supposedly moderated by theextent that consumers are familiar with the product’s attributes and to what extent the productis important and interesting to them. A survey design was employed to test the proposedlinkages among the variables.The target population of the survey was Indonesian consumers of imported products. Thesample unit is the person who has experience in buying or consuming foreign products. Thesample of 307 persons was drawn from Yogyakarta. This study examined televisions torepresent a high involvement product. The country stimuli are Korea and Indonesia . The studyapplied the regression analyses and hierarchical moderated regression to test the proposedhypotheses. The study found that: (1) Indonesian consumers associate positively a product’scountry-of-origin with their decision in evaluating the product for both Indonesian and Koreanproducts, (2) Indonesian consumers consider the level of economic development of the countryof-origin in evaluating the product, in which the effect of the country-of-origin is stronger for aKorean product than an Indonesian product, (3) Indonesian consumers with different levels ofproduct familiarity do not evaluate a product differently for both Indonesian and Koreanproducts, (4) Indonesian consumers with different levels of product involvement evaluate aKorean product differently.Keywords: country-of-origin, product evaluation, Korea, TV Product
INTENSI KEWIRAUSAHAAN MAHASISWA: STUDI PERBANDINGAN ANTARA INDONESIA, JEPANG DAN NORWEGIA Indarti, Nurul; Rostiani, Rokhima
Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business Vol 23, No 4 (2008): October
Publisher : Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business

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Survey towards 332 students from three different universities in three different countries (Indonesia, Japan and Norway) shows that entrepreneurial intentions among the students and the influencing factors differs across countries. The main objective is to compare the impact of different economic and cultural contexts. Results reveals that selfefficacy influence entrepreneurial intention among Indonesian and Norwegian students.Instrumental readiness and working experience become key factors that influence entrepreneurial intention among Norwegian students. Educational background becomes akey factor that influence entrepreneurial intention among Indonesian students, in the opposite direction. Need for achievement, age and gender have no statistically significant impact. However, they only explain 28.2 percent, 14.2 percent, and 24.8 percent (R2) of the total variance of the entrepreneurial intention for Indonesia, Japan and Norway respectively. This study is expected to be inputs for universities, government institutions, and policy makers so that can stimulate and encourage entrepreneurship spirit.Keywords: entrepreneur intention, needs for achievement, self efficacy, instrumental readiness
Enhancing Cross-Cultural Training Efficacy on Expatriate Adjustment through Emotional Intelligence and Social Capital Susanto, Ely; Rostiani, Rokhima
Gadjah Mada International Journal of Business Vol 14, No 2 (2012): May - August
Publisher : Master in Management, Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Gadjah Mada

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (220.307 KB) | DOI: 10.22146/gamaijb.5440

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Cross cultural training is widely believed to make a positive contribution to expatriate adjustment. In practice, however, it is very costly and sometimes ineffective for expatriates. Therefore, there is a growing importance placed on increasing the cost effectiveness or enhancing the efficacy of crosscultural training by functioning individual expatriate’s social capital and emotional intelligence as moderating variables towards expatriate’s adjustment and performance. To do so we blend ideas drawn from social capital theory and emotional intelligence to develop the structure that underlies the logic of this paper. Thus, this paper uses social capital and emotional intelligence theories to enrich extant literature on expatriate adjustment
THE IMPACTS OF COUNTRY-OF-ORIGIN, PRODUCT INVOLVEMENT, AND PRODUCT FAMILIARITY ON PRODUCT EVALUATION Nugroho, Sahid Susilo; Rostiani, Rokhima; Gitosudarmo, Indriyo
Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business Vol 29, No 2 (2014): May
Publisher : Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Gadjah Mada

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (174.098 KB) | DOI: 10.22146/jieb.6207

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One of the most interesting phenomena in global business is the existence of a product’s country-of-origin (COO). COO as an informational cue has been proven to affect consumer’s purchasing decisions in terms of their perception towards the product’s attributes as well as their overall evaluation of the product. The objective of this study is to investigate the impacts of country-of-origin on product evaluation in the Indonesian market by considering consumers’ product familiarity and consumers’ product involvement. Consumers’ perception of the product’s country-of-origin is assumed to have a significant influence on consumers’ considerations in evaluating the product prior to purchase. This impact is supposedly moderated by the extent that consumers are familiar with the product’s attributes and to what extent the product is important and interesting to them. A survey design was employed to test the proposed linkages among the variables.The target population of the survey was Indonesian consumers of imported products. The sample unit is the person who has experience in buying or consuming foreign products. The sample of 307 persons was drawn from Yogyakarta. This study examined televisions to represent a high involvement product. The country stimuli are Korea and Indonesia . The study applied the regression analyses and hierarchical moderated regression to test the proposed hypotheses. The study found that: (1) Indonesian consumers associate positively a product’s country-of-origin with their decision in evaluating the product for both Indonesian and Korean products, (2) Indonesian consumers consider the level of economic development of the countryof- origin in evaluating the product, in which the effect of the country-of-origin is stronger for a Korean product than an Indonesian product, (3) Indonesian consumers with different levels of product familiarity do not evaluate a product differently for both Indonesian and Korean products, (4) Indonesian consumers with different levels of product involvement evaluate a Korean product differently.
UNDERSTANDING SOCIAL ENTERPRISES IN INDONESIA: DRIVERS AND CHALLENGES Rostiani, Rokhima; Paramita, Widya; Audita, Handini; Virgosita, Risa; Budiarto, Teguh; Purnomo, Boyke R.
Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business Vol 29, No 2 (2014): May
Publisher : Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Gadjah Mada

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (63.567 KB) | DOI: 10.22146/jieb.6356

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Entrepreneurship has been one of the biggest growth topics in the past decades. Some entrepreneurs engage in socially active activities that are strongly embedded in their entrepreneurial activities and are known as social entrepreneurship. This research maps the presence of social enterprises in Indonesia by investigating the personal and organizational contexts of the social entrepreneurs. Qualitative research was conducted by engaging in in-depth interviews with 8 social enterprises in Indonesia. The findings of this research result in a unique and interesting map of the presence of the social entrepreneurs that contributes significantly to the extant literatures of social entrepreneurship.
INTENSI KEWIRAUSAHAAN MAHASISWA: STUDI PERBANDINGAN ANTARA INDONESIA, JEPANG DAN NORWEGIA Indarti, Nurul; Rostiani, Rokhima
Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business Vol 23, No 4 (2008): October
Publisher : Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Gadjah Mada

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (151.091 KB) | DOI: 10.22146/jieb.6316

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Survey towards 332 students from three different universities in three different countries (Indonesia, Japan and Norway) shows that entrepreneurial intentions among the students and the influencing factors differs across countries. The main objective is to compare the impact of different economic and cultural contexts. Results reveals that self-efficacy influence entrepreneurial intention among Indonesian and Norwegian students. Instrumental readiness and working experience become key factors that influence entrepreneurial intention among Norwegian students. Educational background becomes a key factor that influence entrepreneurial intention among Indonesian students, in the opposite direction. Need for achievement, age and gender have no statistically significant impact. However, they only explain 28.2 percent, 14.2 percent, and 24.8 percent (R2) of the total variance of the entrepreneurial intention for Indonesia, Japan and Norway respectively. This study is expected to be inputs for universities, government institutions, and policy makers so that can stimulate and encourage entrepreneurship spirit. 
MINAT BERWIRAUSAHA MAHASISWA INDONESIA DAN CINA Nastiti, Tur; Indarti, Nurul; Rostiani, Rokhima
Journal of Management and Business Vol 9, No 2 (2010): SEPTEMBER 2010
Publisher : Department of Management - Faculty of Business and Economics. Universitas Surabaya.

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Entrepreneurial intention, defined as a process of information-searching which can be used to achieve a new venture, has been intensively discussed as a contributed factor for those who intended to create a business. This study was purposed to explore predictors of entrepreneurial intention among Indonesian and Chinese students. We quantitavely integrated 241 students that have been used to investigated the relationship of the personality and environmental factors with entrepreneurial intention. As hypothesized, multiple regresson analysis and independent-sample t-test revealed the differences of entrepreneurial intention?s predictors among both countries. Chinese students were mostly affected by need for achievement, locus of control, self-efficacy, and instrumental readiness, while Indonesian students by self-efficacy. Implications toward university and government were discussed.