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JASF (Journal of Accounting and Strategic Finance)
ISSN : -     EISSN : 26146649     DOI : https://doi.org/10.33005/jasf
Journal of Accounting and Strategic Finance (JASF) is a blind peer-reviewed journal that publishes theoretical, empirical, and experimental research papers. The Journal encourages the utilization of economic, financial and sociological theories to investigate, analyze, and explain issues in accounting within the legitimate institutional structure and under various capital markets accurately. The distributed research articles of the Journal will empower researchers to contribute to the discipline of accounting.
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Profitability in Moderating the Effects of Business Risk, Company Growth and Company Size on Debt Policy Nurfitriana, Anisa; Fachrurrozie, Fachrurrozie
Journal of Accounting and Strategic Finance Vol 1 No 2 (2018): JASF (Journal of Accounting and Strategic Finance)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33005/jasf.v1i02.18

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The purpose of this research is to analyze the influence of business risk, corporate growth, and firm size on debt policy with profitability as moderating in manufacturing subsector industries of consumption goods listed in Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) in 2012-2016. The population of the research was manufacturing subsector industries of consumption goods listed in Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) in 2012-2016. The sample was 21 manufacturing subsector industries of consumption goods with some characteristics of sample selection using purposive sampling method. Hypothesis analysis method used in this research is a Moderated Regression Analysis (MRA). The result of the study showed that business risk, corporate growth, and firm size did not influence debt policy. Profitability can strengthen business risk to debt policy. Profitability can strengthen corporate growth to debt policy. Profitability fails to moderate firm size to debt policy. The conclusion of the research is two of six hypotheses accepted, and these are Profitability can weaken business risk to debt policy. Profitability can strengthen corporate growth to debt policy.
Village Fund Management Transparency: A Lesson Learned Tulis, Yulius Galendra; Utami, Intiyas; Hapsari, Aprina Nugrahesthy Sulistya
Journal of Accounting and Strategic Finance Vol 1 No 2 (2018): JASF (Journal of Accounting and Strategic Finance)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33005/jasf.v1i02.19

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Village Funds is a program held by the government to improve the villagers’ standard of living. Village Funds existed since 2015. With a big amount of money, transparency of the fund’s management is needed. Jati Village is one of the villages that stated themselves as a village that have management transparency of Village Funds. This research is qualitative research that describes the “lesson learned” in the management of Village Funds. This research used primary data that was collected by in-depth interview. The interviewees in this research are the village’s officials and citizens. The result of this research showed that Jati Village’s management of Village Funds is transparent enough that they can be an example for other villages to learn about transparent management of Village Funds. The lessons that can be learned are their officials, who always provide information to anyone without any cover-ups except for information that can only be shared with a certain official like the inspectorates and BPKP, and the and management of village funds in accordance with government instructions contained in village fund management laws.
The Influence of Awareness, Moral Obligations, Tax Access, Service Quality and Tax Sanctions on Taxpayer compliance in Paying Motor Vehicle Tax Yunianti, Linda Nur; Putri, Negina Kencono; Sudibyo, Yudha Aryo; Rafinda, Ascaryan
Journal of Accounting and Strategic Finance Vol 2 No 1 (2019): JASF (Journal of Accounting and Strategic Finance)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33005/jasf.v2i1.20

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This research aimed to get empirical evidence about the influence of awareness, moral obligation, access tax, quality of service, and tax penalties on taxpayer compliance in paying motor vehicle tax in Banyumas district. The theory used is the Attribution Theory. The population in this research are all taxpayers' two-wheelers and three-wheelers motor vehicle registered in the office of UPPD Banyumas district until 2017 that as many as 501.400 vehicles. The samples used of 100 respondents was calculated based on the formula Slovin of sampling convenience. The data collected by the survey method through a questionnaire. The data analysis technique used in this research is multiple linear regression. The results showed that awareness, a moral obligation, quality of service, and tax penalties have a positive effect on taxpayer compliance in paying motor vehicle tax. Furthermore, the variable of access taxes is positive effect but statistically not significant on taxpayer compliance in paying motor vehicle tax.
The Effect of Organizational, Individual, and Demographic Factors on the Whistle-blowing Intention Bernawati, Yustrida; Napitupulu, Giovani Beatrice
Journal of Accounting and Strategic Finance Vol 1 No 1 (2018): JASF (Journal of Accounting and Strategic Finance)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33005/jasf.v1i01.21

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Internal auditors play an important role in their organization, to prevent, detect and correct violations. This study aimed to obtain information and empirical evidence of the influence of organizational, individual, and demographic factor to the whistleblowing intention (reporting violations). The respondents in this study were 52 internal auditors working in the Financial and Development Supervisory Board (BPKP) East Java Province. The method used in this research was a quantitative method using multiple linear regression analysis. The results showed that organizational, individual, and demographic factors simultaneously had a significant effect on whistleblowing intention. Meanwhile, partially, the test result indicated that the individual factors (organizational commitment and personal cost) and demographic factors (ethnicity and gender) had a significant effect on the whistleblowing intention, whereas the organizational factors (managerial status) and individual factors (locus of control) had no effect on the whistleblowing intention.
Effect of Use of Management Accounting Systems on Competitive Advantages: Business Unit Performance as a Mediator (Study of MSMEs in Palembang City) Panjaitan, Delfi; Lesmana, Desy; Maimunah, Mutiara
Journal of Accounting and Strategic Finance Vol 1 No 1 (2018): JASF (Journal of Accounting and Strategic Finance)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33005/jasf.v1i01.22

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Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) are business units managed by community groups and families. SMEs has a strategic role in Indonesia economic development because in addition to contributing to national economic growth it can also absorb large numbers of workers. However, micro, small and medium businesses have a low competitive advantage in the current era of globalization and technology. For this reason, MSMEs need resources that can be managed to win the business competition in Indonesia. One of the most important resources managed in winning the business competition is information resources. This study aims to prove the influence of the use of management accounting systems on competitive advantage, with business performance as a mediator. The data of this study were collected through a survey by distributing questionnaires. The sample in this study was the MSMEs scale company in the city of Palembang using the purposive sampling method. Data analysis technique uses path analysis test. Based on data and research results it can be concluded that Business Unit Performance mediates the relationship between Management Accounting Systems and Competitive Advantages.
Determinant Analysis of Residual Net Income in The Sharia Cooperative: Company Size as Mediator Nurani, Bulan Karima; Mukhibad, Hasan
Journal of Accounting and Strategic Finance Vol 1 No 1 (2018): JASF (Journal of Accounting and Strategic Finance)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33005/jasf.v1i01.23

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This study aims to identify the effect of own capital and financing to net income (SHU), and how its effect when mediated by total assets. The population in this research are all Sharia Cooperative which operates in Semarang regency, there are 25 cooperatives. Sampling technique using is purposive sampling technique, which finally obtained 13 cooperatives with a period of observation 5 years. The method of analysis used to answer the hypothesis in this research is Path Analysis and Sobel Test. The results of this study indicate that partially own capital and financing have a significant positive effect on total asset, own capital has a significant positive effect on net income, financing has no significant effect on net income, total asset has an insignificant positive effect on net income, total asset did not succeed in mediating the effect of own capital on net income, and total asset succeed in mediating the effect of financing on net income.
Effect of Rupiah Exchange Rate, GDP Growth, and Dow Jones Index on Composite Stock Price Index in Indonesia Stock Exchange Oktavia, Safitri; Handayani, Wiwik
Journal of Accounting and Strategic Finance Vol 1 No 1 (2018): JASF (Journal of Accounting and Strategic Finance)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33005/jasf.v1i01.24

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A capital market is a meeting place for stock sellers and buyers with the aim of getting maximum profits. To get these benefits, investors need information about the stock price index. Factors that influence the Stock Price Index are important information for investors. The composite stock price index (CSPI) is one of the main indicators that reflects the performance of the capital market whether it is experiencing an increase or is experiencing a decline. These factors include the rupiah exchange rate, GDP growth, and the Dow Jones index. This study aims to prove and analyze the effect of the rupiah exchange rate, GDP growth, and the Dow Jones index Average (DJIA) on the composite stock price index on the Indonesia stock exchange for the period 2012-2015. The population and sample of this study are forty-eight CSPI data from the Indonesia Stock Exchange. Data is collected by means of documentation and then analyzed. The data analysis technique used in this study is multiple linear regression analysis techniques. Based on the results of the analysis it is known that the rupiah exchange rate has no effect on the Composite Stock Price Index (CSPI). While GDP growth and the Dow Jones index Average (DJIA) have affected the Composite Stock Price Index (CSPI). For further research, it is considered necessary to review other factors that can influence the movement of the stock price index, for example, the company's fundamental factors such as profit, loss, financial ratios, and others.
Earning Management Analysis before and after Implementation of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS): Empirical Study of Automotive and Components Companies Registered on the IDX Purwanti, Anis; Utama, I Wayan Wisnu
Journal of Accounting and Strategic Finance Vol 1 No 1 (2018): JASF (Journal of Accounting and Strategic Finance)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33005/jasf.v1i01.25

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The issue of the application of IFRS as a standard can encourage a decrease in the level of earnings management in a company so that the application of IFRS in financial statements has the purpose of providing reports that are faithful in nature so that the report users are reliable. The purpose of this study is to show a comparison of earnings management practices that occurred before and after the implementation of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) in Automotive and Component companies registered in the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) for the period of 2009-2014. The data used in this study are secondary data in the form of the company’s financial statements. The variables in this study are earnings management before and after IFRS implementation. The sampling method in this study was purposive sampling with a sample of 12 automotive and component companies on the Indonesia Stock Exchange. Discretionary accruals of the Modified Jones Model is used to measure earnings management. The analytical method used for hypothesis testing is Paired Sample T-test, a different test for two paired samples. The results of this study indicate that earnings management in the period after IFRS convergence was different than earnings management in the period before IFRS convergence in Automotive and Component companies. However, IFRS convergence has not guaranteed a decline in earnings management practices in Automotive and Component companies.
Factors Influencing the Stock Price of Banking Companies in the Indonesia Stock Exchange Perdana, Muria Kartika; Adriana, Constance Henryette
Journal of Accounting and Strategic Finance Vol 1 No 1 (2018): JASF (Journal of Accounting and Strategic Finance)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33005/jasf.v1i01.26

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The banking sector is the industry most regulated by the government has given the importance of this sector in the country's economy as a bridge for financing the real sector. Stocks in the banking industry are one of the stocks that are highly sought after by investors. Banks that have good health will attract many investors. The purpose of this study is to prove the influence of the bank's health level – risk profile and good corporate governance – on stock price in the banking sector companies on the IDX. The data used in this study are secondary data in the form of financial statements of banking companies. The independent variables in this study are risk profile and GCG, which consist of Non Performing Loans (NPL), Interest Rate Risk (IRR), Loan to Deposit Ratio (LDR), Managerial Ownership, Institutional Ownership, Independent Commissioner, Size of Board of Directors, Committee Audit and dependent variable Share Price. The sampling method in this study was purposive sampling with a sample of 7 banking companies registered on the Indonesia Stock Exchange. The stock price is the closing price on Yahoo Finance. The data analysis technique used is a parametric statistical test – multiple linear regression analysis and classical assumption test, including normality test, autocorrelation test, multicollinearity test, and heteroscedasticity test. Test of hypothesis used the R Square test, partial t-test, and F test. The results of the study prove that the Non-Performing Loan (NPL), Independent Commissioner, and Audit Committee variables have no influence on the Stock Price. However, the Interest Rate Risk (IRR), Loan to Deposit Ratio (LDR), Managerial Ownership, Institutional Ownership, and the Size of the Board of Directors have an effect on Stock price.
Determinant of Thin Capitalization in Multinational Companies in Indonesia Nugroho, Adi; Suryarini, Trisni
Journal of Accounting and Strategic Finance Vol 1 No 2 (2018): JASF (Journal of Accounting and Strategic Finance)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33005/jasf.v1i02.27

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Thin capitalization is an action of tax avoidance by having total debt more than total capital and that debt obtained from the same group of companies. This research aims to obtain empirical evidence regarding the influence of multinationalism, tax haven utilization, tax uncertainty, firm size, and audit committee size against thin capitalization. The population in this research is multinational companies listed on the Indonesian Stock Exchange in the year of 2014-2016. The sampling technique was purposive sampling and got an analysis unit of 40 companies. Ordinal Least Square (OLS) with SPSS is used as the analytical technique. The results show that multinationalism, tax haven utilization, tax uncertainty, and firm size have a significant positive effect on thin capitalization. The results also prove that the size of audit committees has a significantly negative effect on thin capitalization. This research concludes that thin capitalization is influenced by multinationalism, tax haven utilization, tax uncertainty, firm size, and audit committee size. Suggestions related to this research are for further research to ensure the measurement of tax uncertainty more objectively and to extend sampling time.

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