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International Journal of Economics Management and Social Science
ISSN : 26143887     EISSN : 26143828     DOI : -
Core Subject : Economy, Social,
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Articles 20 Documents
TIME BUDGET PREASURE AND TURNOVER INTENTION WITH DYSFUCTIONAL ACCOUNTANT BEHAVIOR Majid, Jamaluddin; Asse, Ambo
International Journal of Economics Management and Social Science Vol 1 No 1 (2018): International Journal of Economics Management and Social Science (IJEMSS)
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A public accountant as a profession that provides assurance services about historical financial report information to the public is required to have adequate accounting knowledge and accounting skills as well as personal qualities. Such personal qualities will be reflected in his professional behavior. Professional behavior of public accountant one of them embodied in the form of avoid dysfunctional behavior of accountant. dysfunctional behavior is related to time budget pressure and turnoer intention. A high level of time budget pressure will encourage auditors to perform dysfunctional behaviors. The desire to quit working is also judged to affect the irregularities of auditor behavior. There is a significant positive correlation between intention turnover and dysfunctional audit behavior due to decreased fears of possible sanctions if such behavior is detected.
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS : WORKING CAPITAL EFFICIENCY MANUFACTURING COMPANIES LISTED ON INDONESIAN STOCK EXCHANGE Nurlaela, Nurlaela
International Journal of Economics Management and Social Science Vol 1 No 1 (2018): International Journal of Economics Management and Social Science (IJEMSS)
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This study aims to determine which companies are more efficient use of working capital between PT. Mayora Indah Tbk. and PT. Siantar Top Tbk. Method analysis is descriptive with the analysis of financial ratios used are the ratio of activities of asset turnover, inventory turnover, and working capital turnover. Results of research that PT. Mayora Indah Tbk. activity ratio of the asset turnover is 6.59 times, inventory turnover is 23.87 times, and the working capital turnover is 18.07 times and PT. Siantar Top Tbk. asset turnover ratio of 5.9 times, inventory turnover 27.78 times, and turnover of working capital -910.71 times. Both companies are then PT. Mayora Indah Tbk. more efficient use of working capital than PT. Siantar Top Tbk. which is listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange.
SOCIAL CAPITAL AND QUALITY OF EDUCATION IN FAJAR UNIVERSITY MAKASSAR Muin, Sri Adrianti
International Journal of Economics Management and Social Science Vol 1 No 1 (2018): International Journal of Economics Management and Social Science (IJEMSS)
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This study aims to determine social capital in quality of education at Fajar University Makassar. This research uses descriptive qualitative method, with research subject that is element of leadership, lecturer, staff and student. Sampling technique is purposive sampling method. Technique of collecting data by observation, interview and documentation. Data analysis by reducing data, presenting data and drawing conclusions. Test data validity using source and method triangulation. The elements of social capital studied are 1) the network consists of a solid relationship, cooperation and the use of social media as a means of liaison. 2) beliefs consisting of honesty, openness, and public interest, 3) institutions ie religious values, discipline, neatness and lecture contracts
DEVELOPMENT OF AGRICULTURE SECTOR IN POVERTY REDUCTION IN EAST JAVA (Study of GKS Plus-GERBANGKERTASUSILA Plus Period 2010-2017) Abbas, Wandi; Muhtarom, Abid
International Journal of Economics Management and Social Science Vol 1 No 1 (2018): International Journal of Economics Management and Social Science (IJEMSS)
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Gerbangkertasusila Plus (GKS Plus). The Government sees the need for a new support area of GKS PLUS to increase the carrying capacity of the core city. The purpose of this research is to realize the idea of Spatial Information System in East Java. The method used in this research is the regression model that will be estimated. The data used in this research is panel data of 2010-2017 period based on GKS Plus area of Surabaya City to regency / city of Gresik, Bangkalan, Mojokerto, Sidoarjo, Lamongan, Bojonegoro, Tuban, Jombang and Pasuruan. The results showed that the area of land, labor and irrigation have a positive impact on poverty. It shows that the agricultural sector provides very small value added, thus affecting the increase of poverty in Gerbangkertasusila Plus (GKS Plus).
HUMAN SECURITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN INDONESIA: HUMAN TRAFFICKING ISSUE IN EAST NUSA TENGGARA Abbas, Wandi
International Journal of Economics Management and Social Science Vol 1 No 2 (2018): International Journal of Economics Management and Social Science (IJEMSS)
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The main focus of the human security concept is understanding the security in the broad dimension that is concerned to socio-economic, health and environmental conditions which threaten the physical security of individual. Human rights, the human basic values, ​​has been regulated in international law. Human trafficking is a basic issue of both concepts. Human trafficking has violated and flattened the values ​​of human security concepts as well as human rights that have become a common precept. On the issue of human trafficking, human security and human rights are phenomena which prove that human existence becomes the main concern of the completion. This paper is a qualitative method, explaining the issue by literature review and interview as well as research refers to various national and international instruments relating to human trafficking. This study argued that in Indonesia, particularly in East Nusa Tenggara, it is vulnerable to human trafficking practices that have an impact on individual insecurity and human rights violations.The rise of human trafficking cases proves that the existence of individual security needs to be considered. East Nusa Tenggara is one of the most vulnerable areas of human trafficking in Indonesia, this mainly due to the economic, educational and other sectors. Financial needs that became the main thing in life in the community became their main cause trapped in the case of human trafficking. In addition, the lack of public understanding about human trafficking is the reason to become victims. The role of the government as an obliging and responsible actor to protect the citizens is not significant, one of which socialization to various regions of human trafficking has not been maximal, which is only done at the government level. Furthermore, the response to the victimized community has not been maximally handling.
THE EFFICIENCY OF THE USE OF PRIVATE MILITARY SECURITY COMPANIES (PMSC) BY THE UNITED STATES IN IRAQ Ayusi, Raviq
International Journal of Economics Management and Social Science Vol 1 No 2 (2018): International Journal of Economics Management and Social Science (IJEMSS)
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The shift of security paradigm post-cold war era has made the concept of security more complex, regarding the actor and its scope. The security dynamic trigger the emergence of new non-state actors in the security field. Private Military Security Companies (PMSC) is one of a non-state actors that provides security services. The United States as a developed country makes use of this service not only during wartime but also on other certain condition. The choice of using PMSC services is considered to have greater efficiency than the use of state military.How efficient can the United States get by hiring the PMSC? Based on the analysis, this paper argues that the US efficiency by hiring the PMSC is quite high because of the ability of the US to see the conditions, taking into account further and minimize the impact that would come. This paper will outline through three components: international security governance, the efficient use of PMSC services, and the consideration more about the impact of the use of PMSC services.
THE ROLE OF THE MIDDLE EAST INVESTMEN INITIATIVE (MEII) IN DEVELOPMENT IN THE WEST BANK, PALESTINE IN THE U.S.-PALESTINE PARTNERSHIP (UPP) FRAMEWORK Ramadhan, Presya
International Journal of Economics Management and Social Science Vol 1 No 2 (2018): International Journal of Economics Management and Social Science (IJEMSS)
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This paper examines the role of Middle East Investment Initiative (MEII) in development in the West Bank, Palestine in the U.S.-Palestine Partnership (UPP) framework. Answering the question of how the role of the Middle East Investment Initiative (MEII) in development in Palestine in the US-Palestine Partnership (UPP) framework and how the contribution of Public-Private Partnership (PPP) to development in Palestine, the authors thesis statement is that amid diplomatic and territorial disputes, The Middle East Investment Initiative (MEII) as a public-private partnership becomes the main channel for collecting and channeling development assistance such as resources and private sector investment that can benefit the West Bank and bring prosperity to people Palestinians. While the private sector such as the Middle East Investment Initiative (MEII) cannot do much to address diplomacy or security issues, the private sector can play an equally important role through the contribution of resources and investment to conflict areas such as Palestine to help economic development In the West Bank, Palestine.
ORGANIZATION CULTURE AND LECTURER PERFORMANCE : CASE OF PAPUA PRIVATE UNIVERSITIES Christian, Ferdinandus
International Journal of Economics Management and Social Science Vol 1 No 2 (2018): International Journal of Economics Management and Social Science (IJEMSS)
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This study aims to determine the influence of organizational culture on the performance of lecturers of private university in Papua. This study includes the type of survey research and the method of research is utilizes the questionnaire in the main data collection in this case is the primary data of a number of samples from the population. In general, which is the unit of analysis in this survey research is individual. The results showed that organizational culture had a positive and significant effect on lecturer performance as evidenced by CR value of 1,998 and P 0.047 and the results were in accordance with the research hypothesis.
THE ROLE OF TSO (THIRD SECTOR ORGANIZATION) TOWARDS THE EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN IN BALI (CASE STUDY: BALI SRUTI) Kusuma, Arnold Arswenda
International Journal of Economics Management and Social Science Vol 1 No 2 (2018): International Journal of Economics Management and Social Science (IJEMSS)
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The issue of gender inequality in Indonesia is the result of a patriarchal culture that has existed for a long time. The gender division of men and women in the field of social and economic development is clearly visible, as women do not fully gain access to some resource sectors, such as education and employment. Bali as one of the provinces in Indonesia that still adheres to patriarchal culture. But the culture is in fact contrary to the Hindu belief that they believe to be the majority religion, where women have a very respectable position because it is considered as the incarnation of one of the revered Goddesses. This then underlies the movement of one of the TSO (Third Sector Organization) in Bali, Bali Sruti, which then consistently campaigns for women empowerment. In this paper the authors found that the role of Bali Sruti in their efforts to empower women in Bali includes several things, such as the socialization of womens participation in politics, the socialization of pluralism, and interactive discussions through interactive radio in relation to gender equality issues aimed at increasing the participation of Balinese women in sustainable social and economic development.
THE EFFECT OF AUDITOR EXPERIENCE, WORKLOAD AND MOTIVATION AUDITOR ON AUDIT QUALITY IN FINANCIAL AND DEVELOPMENT SUPERVISORY BOARD SOUTH OF SULAWESI Ishak, Muhammad
International Journal of Economics Management and Social Science Vol 1 No 2 (2018): International Journal of Economics Management and Social Science (IJEMSS)
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Purpose of this research is to know the simultaneous effect of auditor experience, workload and motivation auditor on the quality of the audit results on The Financial and Development Supervisory Board in South of Sulawesi. Population in this research is auditor of The Financial and Development Supervisory Board in South of Sulawesi. The results of this study indicate that: (1) Simultaneous Audit experience, Workload and Motivation Auditor has a significant impact on the quality of the audit results show the value of F 14.482 and significance of the correlation value of 0.000. (2) Audit Experience has significant influence on the quality of audit with a value of 0.002, Workload does not have a significant effect on the quality of audit with a value of 0.122 and Motivation Auditor has a significant influence on the Quality Audit with significant value of 0.011. (3) The most dominant variable influence on the value of Quality Audit Standards largest beta coefficient 0.368 or 36.8%, is Motivation Auditor.

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