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The South East Asian Journal of Management
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The South East Asian Journal of Management Aim and Scope The South East Asian Journal of Management (SEAM) aims to present the latest thinking and research that test, extends, or builds management theory and contributes to management practice. Contents of the Journal will be of interest to management teachers, student and researchers as well as to practicing managers and material will be analytical rather than descriptive. Whilst a major focus of the journal is on the Asian countries and management issues connected with it, increasingly, global concerns and conceptual topics will be covered. The Journal does not take a narrow view of business and management and will publish in other disciplines if they contribute significantly to problems considered by managers and researchers. To be published in SEAM, a manuscript must make strong empirical and theoretical contributions and highlight the significance of those contributions to the management field. Thus, preference is given to submissions that test, extend, or build strong theoretical frameworks while empirically examining issues with high importance for management theory and practice.
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How Technology Affects Behavioral Intention (Case Study of Online Transportation in Indonesia and Thailand) Jono M. Munandar; Ribka Cynthia F. Munthe
The South East Asian Journal of Management Vol 13, No 2 (2019): October 2019 (In-Press)
Publisher : Department of Management, Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Indonesia

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 Research Aims: Using two countries as the object, this study aims to analyze the influence of technology readiness towards favorableness on online transportation consumers in Indonesia and Thailand.   Design/methodology/approach: Empirical evidence for the research was derived from a survey that collected data from 500 students in Indonesia and Thailand, analyzed using Logit Biner method with the help of software SPSS.   Research Findings: The result of this study shows that there were two hypotheses accepted, H1 (optimism influences favorableness) and H3 (insecurity has an effect on favorableness), while other hypotheses (H2 and H4) are not significant.   Theoretical Contribution/Originality: This study analyzes the influence of technology readiness to favorableness in two countries in South East Asia, Indonesia and Thailand,  focusing on online transportation.   Managerial Implication in the South East Asian context: The result can be useful for online transportation companies in South East Asian   Research limitation & implications:  This study was limited by subject and sample 
The Role of Capital on Islamic Bank Spin-Offs in Indonesia Muhammad Budi Prasetyo; Rizky Luxianto; Rahmat Aryo Baskoro; Wardatul Adawiyah; Niken Iwani S. Putri
The South East Asian Journal of Management Vol 13, No 2 (2019): October 2019 (In-Press)
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Research Aims: Some Islamic banks have experienced decreasing performance after spinning off from the parent company, and it is presumed that the amount of capital may have contributed to the decline. Hence, this paper aims to find a minimum amount of capital that Islamic banks must own after spin-offs in order to be able to compete in the market and to achieve excellent performance.   Design/Methodology/Approach: We employ the OLS method for small banks (assets below Rp 5 trillion) with variable Capital as the dependent variable and Bank Performance (ROA, ROE, BOPO, and NPL) as the independent variable. We conduct several rounds of regression analysis by including different dummy variables to capture an increase in bank performance when certain capital limits are applied. Various results of the interaction between Capital and Bank Performance are mapped into the frontier line formed by the regression equation. We then compare the frontier results with the actual bank identifier to map the position of each bank relative to the frontier. We add cluster analysis to confirm the results further.    Research Findings: Descriptive statistics of the small banks shows that conventional banks perform better in overall performance, efficiency and risk in comparison with the Islamic banks. Several dummy variables are set to represent the size of bank capital (Rp. 800 billion, Rp. 1 trillion, Rp. 1.2 trillion, and Rp. 1.5 trillion), and all dummy variables are significant; the corresponding coefficient reveals that the higher the capital, the better the average performance. Also, the relationship between performance and bank capital is a non-linear (quadratic) relationship that is convex, indicating that capital is not the only critical factor that contributes to the bank’s improvement. The cluster analysis partially confirms that there is a specific pattern of capital in each of the clusters.   Theoretical Contribution/Originality: The result of this study is in line with some previous literature on the relationship between capital and bank performance. In banks with small capital, capital has a positive influence on bank performance but has the opposite effect after reaching a certain point. In the literature related to spin-offs in Islamic banking, there are only a few studies about the performance of small banks after the spin-off and even fewer (or none) that discuss the critical role of capital and its relationship with the bank’s performance after the spin-off. Our findings support previous studies conducted by Siswantoro (2014).   Managerial Implications in the South East Asian Context: With the implementation of the dual banking system in several southeast Asian countries, many conventional banks have Islamic bank subsidiaries. Findings from this research could help banking regulators in the South East Asian countries to carefully re-evaluate their spin-off strategy for the unit bank, especially regarding the limit of capital requirement before the spin-off. The bigger the capital size, the better the performance of the business unit after the spin-off.   Research Limitation & Implications:  This research only uses variable capital as a determinant for the bank’s performance after spin-offs. However, as suggested by the resulting R-Squared from the regression formula (66%) and the convex trend line of the frontier analysis, other factors may contribute to the banking performance. Future research should include several other indicators for spin-off success, such as parent-subsidiary relationship (Tubke, 2004; Lindholm-Dahlstrand, 2000) and parent’s size (Cristo and Falk, 2006), credit and liquidity position before spin-offs.
Intellectual Capital Performance and Firm Value: The Effect of MFRS 139 Abdullah Jihad Rasmi Rabaya; Norman Mohd Saleh; Noradiva Hamzah
The South East Asian Journal of Management Vol 13, No 2 (2019): October 2019 (In-Press)
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Research Aims: We examine the intellectual capital (IC) performance and its connection with firm value. We also investigate whether the adoption of an enhanced quality standard MFRS 139 that affect recognition and measurement of financial instrument’s fair values, moderates the relationship between IC performance and firm value. Design/methodology/approach: We used panel data analysis of listed financial institutions’ data for 2005 – 2015 period. Research Findings: A positive association between IC performance and firm value is found, proposing that IC is an important resource for firms. The results also show that MFRS 139 implementation strengthens the relationship between IC performance and firm value. This result proposes that the MFRS 139 adoption that reflects enhanced transparency could help investors in assessing firm value. Theoretical Contribution/Originality: This study introduces the effect of information asymmetry on the relation between resources (IC performance) and outcome (firm value) as described in the resources-based view. Thus far, not much is understood on the relationship between IC performance and firm value when transparency is enhanced by a new standard i.e. MFRS 139 adoption.  Managerial Implication in the South East Asian context: MFRS 139 adoption enhances managerial decision-making and control. The outcome suggests that mandatory adoption of MFRS 139 facilitates managers and investors to know the real value created by the firm and influence its share price. Research limitation & implications: The conclusion is limited to financial sector in Malaysia that experienced changes in the financial instruments standards.
Trust in Supervisor as A Mediator of The Relationship Between Perceived Interactional Fairness in Reward Systems and Organizational Commitment Fatmawati Abdin; Azman Ismail; Azmawaty Mohamad Nor
The South East Asian Journal of Management Vol 13, No 2 (2019): October 2019 (In-Press)
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Research Aims: This study is undertaken to extend the literature by examining the mediating effect of trust in supervisors between perceived interactional fairness in reward systems and organizational commitment.   Design/Methodology/Approach: The SmartPLS was applied to analyze the survey questionnaire data gathered from employees at a national audit department in Malaysia.   Research Findings: The results display effect of perceived interactional fairness in reward systems on organizational commitment is mediated by trust in supervisors.   Theoretical Contribution/Originality: This study has proved the effectiveness of perceived interactional fairness as an essential mediating variable in the administration of reward systems. Managerial Implication in the Southeast Asian Context: The findings of this study could help superiors in public organizations to encourage and support their supervisors in implementing good treatment styles for enhancing fairness in making pay decisions and interacting with diverse subordinates. If employees trust to their supervisors this situation may enhance the effect of employees’ perceived fairness in reward systems on organizational commitment in Southeast public organizations. Research Limitations & Implications: This study is limited by its sample, self-report questionnaire scale and exclusion of several imporant demographic variables (e.g., gender, age, education, position and length of service) in the research model.
Work Life Balance and Level of Satisfaction Among Women Teachers Assigned In The Northernmost Part of The Province of Surigao Del Sur, Philippines Jillard O. Mercado
The South East Asian Journal of Management Vol 13, No 2 (2019): October 2019 (In-Press)
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Research Aim - This research intends to study the extent of work-life balance and the level of satisfaction among women teachers assigned in the northernmost part of the province of Surigao del Sur and to determine if there is a significant relationship between them. Design/methodology/approach - This study used the descriptive normative and correlation method.  The adopted questionnaire was modified and used. A total of 226 women teachers were chosen as respondent but only 210 participated.  The data gathered from the questionnaire were tallied, tabulated, analyzed and presented in tables.   Research Findings - The result shows that majority of the teachers answered “moderate extent” to the work life balance under personal and work environment and mostly “satisfied” on the level of satisfaction. It concludes that there is a significant relationship between the work life balance and level of satisfaction. Theoretical Contribution/Originality – Significant relationship between the work life balance and the level of satisfaction were tested in this study and showed that there is a relationship of work and life balance and the level of satisfaction among women teachers assigned in the northernmost part of the province of Surigao del Sur. Managerial Implications in the South Asian Context – Managers or administrators in Southeast Asian context especially in the education sector  have to consider not only the work of their women employees in their institution but also their personal life because once these two balanced; this could lead to high level of job satisfaction. As an effect, this could heighten the level of commitment and their loyalty.   Research limitations and recommendation – This study limits only to women teachers assigned in the northernmost part of the province of Surigao del sur. This paper offers for further research to other sectors.    
EMPLOYEE RHETORICAL SENSITIVITY AS A MEDIATOR IN THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CUSTOMER ORIENTATION AND CUSTOMER RETENTION Suraya Akmar Mokhtaruddin; Che Aniza Che Wel; Nor Rahimy Khalid
The South East Asian Journal of Management Vol 13, No 2 (2019): October 2019 (In-Press)
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Research Aims: The current study proposes to fill in the gap in customer orientation literature by focusing on the relationship between customer orientation, employee rhetorical sensitivity and customer retention from the customer perspective. Design/methodology/approach: The questionnaires were distributed at the KLIA and KLIA2 among experienced customer of travel agency, where the respondents were selected using convenience sampling. Research Findings: The finding indicates that customer orientation and employee rhetorical sensitivity has positively influence customer retention. Additionally, employee rhetorical sensitivity partially mediates the relationship between customer orientation and customer retention. Theoretical Contribution/Originality: Academically, this study contributes to the literature of customer orientation and rhetorical sensitivity. Managerial Implication in the South East Asian context: Practically, it will lead to better understanding of customer orientation as well as employee rhetorical sensitivity in enhancing travel agency’s services in Malaysia and South East Asian Country. Research limitation & implications: This study only focuses on customer orientation and employee rhetorical sensitivity as a predictor of customer orientation. It also employs a cross-sectional research design, which only measures the phenomenon once.
PERCEIVED SEVERITY ON HALAL VIOLATION: CSR AND CONSUMER BOYCOTT Nor Asiah Omar; Muhamad Azrin Nazri; Zuraidah Zainol; Mohd Helmi Ali; Syed Shah Alam
The South East Asian Journal of Management Vol 13, No 2 (2019): October 2019 (In-Press)
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Research Aims: The halal industry has become one of the fastest growing business in the global market. Halal certification provides assurance to all Muslim consumers because it fulfills the Shariah law and follows the concept of halalan-toyyiban. The purpose of this research is to examine the effect of severity of halal violation and CSR on boycott towards the company that involved in halal violation incidents.   Design/methodology/approach: In total of 400 questionnaires were distributed amongst customers who were aware and/or had experienced the violation of a halal product. Data were analyzed using structural equation modelling techniques, were partial least squares (PLS) software was used to measure the direct and indirect relationships between the variables.   Research Findings: The result of this investigation showed that perceived severity of halal violation is significantly related to consumer boycott. Further results imply that perceived CSR not only contributes negatively to consumer boycott, but also significantly moderates the relationship perceived severity and consumer boycott.   Theoretical Contribution/Originality: This study is among the earliest to include CSR from a consumer perspective, particularly in the halal retraction context.   Managerial Implication in the South East Asian context: The present study suggests that Halal companies in South East Asian should be proactive in CSR initiatives in order to reduce the negative effect towards company evaluation such as boycott in case if halal violation incidents occur.   Research limitation & implications: This study bears several limitations. First, this study employed purposive sampling method and the scope of the study is only limited to the customers who are aware and/or had experienced food halal violation incidents in Klang Valley, Malaysia. Hence, the results may not be able to generalise to other product categories and population.

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