Ali Sofwan, Ali
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KESADARAN MAHASISWA AKUNTANSI STIENU JEPARA MENGENAI ETIKA DALAM AUDIT INTERNAL Marisan, Ichwan; Nahar, Aida; Sofwan, Ali
JOURNAL OF ACCOUNTING AND AUDITING VOLUME 10, NOMOR 2, TAHUN 2014
Publisher : Department of Accounting, Diponegoro University, Indonesia

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The ability of internal auditors in the future, namely current students, to recognize and reactappropriately to the ethical dilemma is a problem that gets the attention of the accountingprofession. Based on this thinking it needs a study to measure the ethical awareness of thestudents when they are presented with the dilemma of internal audit situation, where they have tomake decisions based on ethical considerations. The aim of this study was to examine differencesin the accounting student awareness of ethical decision-making between men and women auditand examine differences in ethical awareness in decision making audit between students whohave taken courses with the auditing yet. Ethical decision-making variables broken down intosix scenarios. Scenario odd number (1, 3, 5) is an ethical action while the scenario is even (2, 4, 6) is an unethical act. The study population was a sample of accounting students with students who are auditing the class I / II. Methods of data collection by questionnaires distributed directlyto students while in class. The analytical method used is a different test for non-parametric datadistribution is not normal. The conclusion is the first, students have the awareness of the ethicaldecision-making, but for ethical decision-making is not only one of the three scenarios scenariowas realized. Second, in general women are more able to take unethical decisions than men.Women are able to feel such an action is unethical than men. As for ethical decision-making nodistinction between men and women. Third, there was no difference in ethical decision makingas well as unethical among students who have attended the courses who have not followed theauditing auditing.
The Analysis of Human Resources Policies and Regional Financial Accounting System on Regional Government Financial Statements’ Quality Nahar, Aida; Subadriyah, Subadriyah; Sofwan, Ali
SRIWIJAYA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DYNAMIC ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS SIJDEB, Vol. 1 No. 4, December 2017
Publisher : Faculty of Economics, Universitas Sriwijaya

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Accountability of local governments in the implementation of policies should be carried out with the financial statements present the quality. Qualitative characteristics of financial statements described in PP 24/ 2005 that the qualitative characteristics of financial statements is a normative measurement that needs to be realized in the accounting information that can be fulfil its purpose. To be able to raise the normative requirements, this characteristics is absolutely necessary in order to meet the government s financial statements desired qualities are: relevant, reliable, comparable, and understandable.The population of this research is PPK-SKPD in Karesidenan Pati. Consisting of: Regency Jepara, Kudus, Pati , Rembang, Blora, and Grobogan, totally 113 SKPD with 73 respondents with a random sampling technique . Data analysis technique used is multiple regression analysis. The results mentioned that human resource policies affect the quality of financial reporting by 4.167. Implementation of the system accounting effect on the quality of financial reporting by 3.309 % . Human resources policies and implementation of accounting systems affect the quality of financial statements. This study did not succeed accept hypothesis 5 proved that the value of t = -1.021 and p = 0.311, which means that the BPK audit does not affect the relationship between the Application System Accounting for the Quality of Regional Financial Statements.