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Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business
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Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business (JIEB) is open access, peer-reviewed journal whose objectives is to publish original research papers related to the Indonesian economy and business issues. This journal is also dedicated to disseminating the published articles freely for international academicians, researchers, practitioners, regulators, and public societies. The journal welcomes author from any institutional backgrounds and accepts rigorous empirical or theoretical research paper with any methods or approach that is relevant to the Indonesian economy and business content, as long as the research fits one of three salient disciplines: economics, business, or accounting.
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PENGARUH PERBEDAAN INDIVIDUAL DAN KARAKTERISTIK SISTEM TERHADAP PENERIMAAN PENGGUNAAN TEKNOLOGI INFORMASI: REPLIKASI MODEL DI BIDANG E-JOB VACANCIES Mega Wijaya, Petra Surya; Radhi, Fahmy
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The objective of this study is to test the correlation between perceived ease-of-usevariable and perceived usefulness variable, beliefs (perceived ease-of-use and perceivedusefulness) against behavior intention to use. The study also test the relationship between individual differences (computer self efficacy and knowledge of search domain) and system characteristics, which consist of relevance, terminology, and screen design against belief variables. The study replicates Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) developed by Hong et al. (2002) and implements in e-job vacancy area. The study used 163 respondents that consist of two different undergraduate students, the faculty of economics and informatics students. The results show that there are significant correlations among the perceived ease-of-use variable and perceived usefulness against behavior intention to use, computer self-efficacy and perceived ease-of-use variable, relevance and terminology variable againstperceived usefulness. Surprisingly, there are no significant correlations between perceivedease-of-use and perceived usefulness variable. There are weak correlations betweenknowledge of search domain and relevance variable against perceived ease-of use variable,terminology against perceived usefulness, and screen design variable against perceivedease-of–use and perceived usefulness.Keywords: Individual differences, system characteristics, TAM, SEM
ANALISIS FAKTOR-FAKTOR FUNDAMENTAL YANG MEMPENGARUHI RISIKO SISTEMATIS SEBELUM DAN SELAMA KRISIS MONETER Setiawan, Doddy
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This research investigates the issue of relationship between fundamental variables:asset growth, liquidity, leverage, total asset turn over and return asset, and systematic risk (beta) at two periods: before and after monetary crisis. The objectives of this research are: (1) to examine the effect of fundamental variables to systematic risk and (2) to examine the effect of monetary crises on systematic risk. The samples of this research are: 56 manufacture firms for before monetary crisis period and 105 manufacture firms for after monetary crisis period. The analysis shows that before monetary crises asset growth, total asset turn over and return on investment affect beta significantly. But, after monetary crisis period only leverage variable affect beta significantly. Based on these results investor can use fundamental variables to analyse systematic risk. This research also shows systematic risk before and after monetary crises are different. The results of this research confirm Ahmed and Lockwood (1998) that systematic risk is different in different economics condition.Keywords: beta, fundamental variables, monetary crisis
PENGARUH VARIABEL INTERVENING KECUKUPAN ANGGARAN DAN KOMITMEN ORGANISASI TERHADAP HUBUNGAN ANTARA PARTISIPASI PENGANGGARAN DAN KINERJA MANAJER DI INDONESIA Supriyono, R.A. Supriyono
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This study explores the linkages budget participation and managers performance inIndonesia. In the theoretical model budget participation affects totally to managersperformance and this affects can directly or indirectly via two intervening variable: budgetadequacy and organizational commitment. To test the relationship, a survey questionnairewas administered to managers of going public corporation in Bursa Efek Jakarta (BEJ).Results of path analysis support the hypothesized relationships.Keywords: budget participation, manager performance, budget adequacy, organizationalcommitment
INEQUALITY OF DISTRIBUTION AND POVERTY INCIDENCE IN THE ADJUSTMENT PERIOD AND ANALYSIS OF ECONOMIC CRISIS IMPACT IN INDONESIA Wahyuni, Heni
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Artikel ini menganalisis faktor-faktor yang mempengaruhi ketimpangan distribusipendapatan di Indonesia selama awal pembangunan (adjustment period) dan sebagaidampak krisis ekonomi menggunakan unbalanced panel method untuk 26 propinsi diIndonesia (tidak termasuk Timor Timur, Bangka Belitung, Banten, dan Gorontalo) untukperiode 1980-2002.Selama periode awal pembangunan (adjustment period), meskipun kemiskinan diIndonesia mengalami penurunan yang signifikan, namun ketimpangan distribusi cenderung konstan. Lebih jauh, isu ini menghangat sejak Indonesia mengalami keterpurukan akibat krisis ekonomi tahun 1997-1998.Studi empiris ini memberikan hasil bahwa semua variabel sosial ekonomi, yaituexpenditure per capita, school enrolment, poor people, average household size, populationdensity, dan revenue per capita, dan variabel yang menunjukkan krisis ekonomi signifikanmempengaruhi ketimpangan distribusi di Indonesia. Permasalahannya kemudian bukansaja ketimpangan distribusi, namun juga munculnya isu disintegrasi yang semakin marak.Oleh karena itu dalam artikel ini direkomendasikan bahwa kebijakan pemerintahseharusnya difokuskan kepada variabel kebijakan yang signifikan mempengaruhiketimpangan distribusi di Indonesia termasuk di dalamnya implementasi desentralisasiyang masih merupakan tantangan besar dalam menjawab isu disintegrasi.Kata kunci: Inequality, poverty, economic crises, adjusment period
PARTIAL LEAST SQUARES: ANOTHER METHOD OF STRUCTURAL EQUATION MODELING ANALYSIS Achjari, Didi
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Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) adalah salah satu cara analisis data multivariatyang popular di kalangan peneliti di bidang bisnis, seperti akuntansi dan sistem informasi.Para peneliti sebelumnya telah mengenal SEM berbasis kovarian seperti yang digunakandalam LISREL dan AMOS. Sebenarnya masih ada lagi jenis SEM yaitu yang dikenalsebagai Partial Least Squares (PLS). Jenis ini menawarkan alternatif terhadap SEMberbasis kovarian yang persyaratan penggunaannya cenderung lebih banyak dan rumit.Paper ini bertujuan untuk memberikan pemahaman mengenai Partial Least Squares.Berbagai aspek PLS seperti manfaat, keterbatasan, persyaratan penggunaan termasukprosedur evaluasi modelnya juga dibahas.Keywords: Structural Equation Modeling (SEM), LISREL, Partial Least Squares (PLS),Research Methodology, Reflective and Formative Indicators
PENGARUH KONSTRUK RELASIONAL PADA CUSTOMER REFERRAL DAN JUMLAH JASA YANG DIBELI DENGAN UMUR RELASIONAL SEBAGAI VARIABEL PEMODERASI Retnawati, Berta Bekti; Purwanto, BM.
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This research aims to examine the effect of relational constructs (trust, affectivecommitment, calculative commitment, satisfaction, and payment equity) on customerreferral and number of service purchased with age of relationship as moderating variable.The data were collected with convenience sample from 181 (response rate 90,5%)customers of insurance companies in Special Province of Yogyakarta. In line with thecharacteristics of customers of the company, the individuals in the sample could bedescribed as productive age, rather prosperous and well educated. The averagerelationship age of the respondents was approximately 4,49 years, while the averagenumber of services purchased was approximately 1,49.All hypotheses were tested with hierarchical regression analysis (HRA). The results onthe antecedents of customer referrals are in line with prior research, as author find thattrust, affective commitment, satisfaction, and payment equity are positively related tocustomer referrals. We found significant relationship only the relational construct ofaffective commitment and the number services purchased.No moderating effect of relationship age is found in the customer referral model. Withrespect to the number of services purchased, a moderating effect of relationship age on the effect of affective commitment is found. There is argument about the discrepancy between the customer referral model and the number of services purchased model with regard to the moderating effect of relationship age. This increasing confidence is indeed important it concerns decisions that have important consequences, such as the purchase of new insurance policies. However, it might be less important when behavior has fever direct consequences for the customer, such as customer referral.Keywords: relational constructs, customer referral, number of service purchased, andrelational age

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