Slamet Sugiri
Universitas Gadjah Mada

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THE PREDICTIVE CONTENT OF DISAGGREGATED NORMAL INCOME: An Empirical Study in the JSX Sugiri, Slamet
Gadjah Mada International Journal of Business Vol 5, No 3 (2003): September-December
Publisher : Master of Management, Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Gadjah Mada

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The main objective of this study is to examine a hypothesis that the predictive content of normal income disaggregated into operating income and nonoperating income outperforms that of aggregated normal income in predicting future cash flow. To test the hypothesis, linear regression models are developed. The model parameters are estimated based on fifty-five manufacturing firms listed in the Jakarta Stock Exchange (JSX) up to the end of 1997.This study finds that empirical evidence supports the hypothesis. This evidence supports arguments that, in reporting income from continuing operations, multiple-step approach is preferred to single-step one.
Accounting Fundamentals and the Variation of Stock Price: Factoring in the Investment Scalability Sumiyana, Sumiyana; Baridwan, Zaki; Sugiri, Slamet; Hartono, Jogiyanto
Gadjah Mada International Journal of Business Vol 12, No 2 (2010): May - August
Publisher : Master of Management, Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Gadjah Mada

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This study develops a new return model with respect to accounting fundamentals. The new return model is based on Chen and Zhang (2007). This study takes into account theinvestment scalability information. Specifically, this study splitsthe scale of firm’s operations into short-run and long-runinvestment scalabilities. We document that five accounting fun-damentals explain the variation of annual stock return. Thefactors, comprised book value, earnings yield, short-run andlong-run investment scalabilities, and growth opportunities, co associate positively with stock price. The remaining factor,which is the pure interest rate, is negatively related to annualstock return. This study finds that inducing short-run and long-run investment scalabilities into the model could improve the degree of association. In other words, they have value rel-evance. Finally, this study suggests that basic trading strategieswill improve if investors revert to the accounting fundamentals.Keywords: accounting fundamentals; book value; earnings yield; growth opportuni­ties; short­run and long­run investment scalabilities; trading strategy;value relevance
DOES EARNINGS QUALITY MODERATE THE PREDICTIVE CONTENT OF NONOPERATING INCOME? Sugiri, Slamet
Gadjah Mada International Journal of Business Vol 6, No 2 (2004): May-August
Publisher : Master of Management, Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Gadjah Mada

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The objective of this study is to empirically examine a hypothesis that earnings quality enhances the ability of nonoperating income to predict future operating cash flow. The magnitude of income smoothing index, measured by Eckel’s (1981) index formula, is used to capture a firm’s quality level of earnings. Higher index is assumed to represent higher level of earnings quality. A linear regression model is developed to test the hypothesis. The model parameters are estimated based on sixty-two manufacturing firms listed in the Jakarta Stock Exchange (JSX) up to the end of 1997. This study finds empirical evidence that supports the proposed hypothesis. That is, earnings quality enhances the predictive content of nonoperating income.
CONSERVATISM AND THE COST OF EQUITY CAPITAL: A MULTI-DIMENSIONAL MEASUREMENT APPROACH Gamaliel, Hendrik; Sugiri, Slamet
Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business Vol 28, No 3 (2013): September
Publisher : Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business

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Conservatism is a permanent phenomenon and issue in the accounting practice. It has beendeveloping in two forms, ex ante and ex post, measured in various ways—the accruals,valuation model, and book-to-market measures. Prior studies document inconclusive findingson the association between conservatism and the cost of equity capital. These inconsistentfindings motivate us to examine whether the various measures of conservatism have differenteffects on the relationship between conservatism and the cost of equity capital. Wefind that the accruals measure explains the relationship, while the valuation model andbook-to-market measures do not. Our findings suggest that different measures of conservatismrelate differently to different articulations. Researchers, therefore, should be cautious ininterpreting the relationship between conservatism and the cost of equity capital.Keywords: ex ante and ex post conservatism, cost of equity capital, various measures ofconservatism
PENGARUH REPUTASI, ETIKA, DAN SELF ESTEEM SUBORDINAT TERHADAP BUDGETARY SLACK DI BAWAH ASIMETRI INFORMASI Nugraheni, Tri Siwi; Sugiri, Slamet
Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business Vol 19, No 4 (2004): October
Publisher : Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business

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Based on agency theory, this study experimentally investigates whether budgetaryslacks are different among subordinate managers with different levels of their reputation,ethics, and self esteem under different levels of information asymmetry. Subjects consist of 101 undergraduate accounting students at University of Pembangunan Nasional,Jogjakarta. This study uses a 3 x 2 factorial design to test the levels of reputation andethics. A 3 x 3 factorial design is used to test the level of self esteem. This experimentmanipulates information asymmetry into three conditions: none, low, and high as used bySteven (2002) and uses a fixed pay plus bonus. This study predicts that subordinates withlow reputation, ethics, and self esteem tend to create higher budgetary slack than do those with high reputation, ethics, and self esteem. Results show that experimental evidence supports the prediction. Future research is recommended to use truth inducing pay scheme to explore whether results of the current study are consistent.Keywords: budgetary slack, reputation, ethics, self esteem, information asymmetry.
Telaah tentang Prinsip-prinsip Perancangan Sistem Pengendalian Manajemen dalam Jaringan Teknologi: berkaitan dengann Pengalaman (Eksperiences) pada Jaringan Teknologi di Eropa Sugiri, Slamet; Mujiati, Mujiati
Riset Akuntansi dan Keuangan Indonesia Vol 3, No 2 (2004): Jurnal Akuntansi dan Keuangan
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta

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THE PREDICTIVE CONTENT OF DISAGGREGATED NORMAL INCOME: An Empirical Study in the JSX Sugiri, Slamet
Gadjah Mada International Journal of Business Vol 5, No 3 (2003): September-December
Publisher : Master in Management, Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Gadjah Mada

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The main objective of this study is to examine a hypothesis that the predictive content of normal income disaggregated into operating income and nonoperating income outperforms that of aggregated normal income in predicting future cash flow. To test the hypothesis, linear regression models are developed. The model parameters are estimated based on fifty-five manufacturing firms listed in the Jakarta Stock Exchange (JSX) up to the end of 1997.This study finds that empirical evidence supports the hypothesis. This evidence supports arguments that, in reporting income from continuing operations, multiple-step approach is preferred to single-step one.
Accounting Fundamentals and the Variation of Stock Price: Factoring in the Investment Scalability Sumiyana, Sumiyana; Baridwan, Zaki; Sugiri, Slamet; Hartono, Jogiyanto
Gadjah Mada International Journal of Business Vol 12, No 2 (2010): May - August
Publisher : Master in Management, Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Gadjah Mada

Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (398.943 KB)

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This study develops a new return model with respect to accounting fundamentals. The new return model is based on Chen and Zhang (2007). This study takes into account theinvestment scalability information. Specifically, this study splitsthe scale of firm’s operations into short-run and long-runinvestment scalabilities. We document that five accounting fun-damentals explain the variation of annual stock return. Thefactors, comprised book value, earnings yield, short-run andlong-run investment scalabilities, and growth opportunities, co associate positively with stock price. The remaining factor,which is the pure interest rate, is negatively related to annualstock return. This study finds that inducing short-run and long-run investment scalabilities into the model could improve the degree of association. In other words, they have value rel-evance. Finally, this study suggests that basic trading strategieswill improve if investors revert to the accounting fundamentals.Keywords: accounting fundamentals; book value; earnings yield; growth opportuni­ties; short­run and long­run investment scalabilities; trading strategy;value relevance
DOES EARNINGS QUALITY MODERATE THE PREDICTIVE CONTENT OF NONOPERATING INCOME? Sugiri, Slamet
Gadjah Mada International Journal of Business Vol 6, No 2 (2004): May-August
Publisher : Master in Management, Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Gadjah Mada

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The objective of this study is to empirically examine a hypothesis that earnings quality enhances the ability of nonoperating income to predict future operating cash flow. The magnitude of income smoothing index, measured by Eckel’s (1981) index formula, is used to capture a firm’s quality level of earnings. Higher index is assumed to represent higher level of earnings quality. A linear regression model is developed to test the hypothesis. The model parameters are estimated based on sixty-two manufacturing firms listed in the Jakarta Stock Exchange (JSX) up to the end of 1997. This study finds empirical evidence that supports the proposed hypothesis. That is, earnings quality enhances the predictive content of nonoperating income.
THE EFFECT OF BUDGETS’ PROPORTION AND NON-FINANCIAL FACTORS ON THE AUDIT RESULTS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENTS’ FINANCIAL STATEMENTS IN INDONESIA Nurdiono, Nurdiono; Sugiri, Slamet; Halim, Abdul; Gudono, Gudono
Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business Vol 31, No 2 (2016): MAY
Publisher : Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Gadjah Mada

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Local governments’ financial statements that obtain unqualified opinion until the end of 2011 were still relatively few in number. This study aims to empirically examine the effect on the audit results of the financial statements of local governments in Indonesia of the budgets’ proportion, the effectiveness of the internal audit, the follow-up to the Supreme Audit Board’s findings, the Supreme Audit Board’s opinions from earlier periods, and the competence of the available human resources to understand the audit results of the Supreme Audit Board. Budget management has become very important since it lays out a detailed plan for the expenditure and revenue of the local governments, so that it can be accountable to the public. This study used a sample of 434 Indonesian Local Governments’ financial statements of 2011 and a logistic regression analysis. This study used primary and secondary data to uncover the phenomena that the local governments’ financial statements which received an unqualified opinion from the Supreme Audit Board were still relatively few in number. The results of this study showed that the budgets’ proportions of local governments are negatively significant in affecting the audit results of the financial statements of the local governments. The Supreme Audit Board’s opinions from earlier periods positively influenced the audit results of the financial statements of local governments. Whereas the variables of the effectiveness of internal controls, the follow-up to the Supreme Audit Boards’ findings, and the competence of the human resources do not significantly influence the audit results of the financial statements of local governments. The results of this study can contribute both theoretically and practically to the quality of the local governments’ financial statements. Keywords: budgets’ proportion, human resources, competency, opinions, audit quality.