Shauki, Elvia R.
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Pencegahan Fraud Pada Pengelolaan Dana Organisasi: Perspektif Theory of Planed Behavior Gumelar, Taofik Muhammad; Shauki, Elvia R.
Jurnal ASET (Akuntansi Riset) Vol 12, No 1 (2020): Jurnal Aset (Akuntansi Riset) Januari - Juni 2020 [DOAJ & SINTA INDEXED]
Publisher : Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia

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This study aims to analyze and evaluate factors that influence students' intention to take whistleblowing actions against fraud in managing the organization's funds as an effort to prevent fraud. Students know that fraud has occurred but were unable to report due to friendship conflicts. This study seeks to fill the reseach gap, is looking at the phenomenon of student decision making in reporting fraud on managing student funds through the whistleblowing mechanism using Theory of Planned Behavior and incorporating moral norms into it. The results indicate that students' attitudes, subjective norms, and perceived behavioral control had obstacles to support the intention to take whistleblowing actions. However, only moral norms that students trigerred the moral basis in making decision to report or not to report. Though, most of the respondents stated that they had the intention to carry out whistleblowing. Thus of the four factors that influence student intentions and behavior in conducting whistleblowing actions moral norms were the most significant factor, which means students with only a strong moral norms will whistleblowing.
THE IMPACT OF STUDENT PERCEPTIONS AND EXPECTATIONS ON STUDENT’S RESULTS: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY IN TEACHING THE INTRODUCTORY ACCOUNTING COURSE IN THE UNIVERSITY OF INDONESIA Shauki, Elvia R.; Setyaningrum, Dyah
Jurnal Akuntansi dan Keuangan Indonesia Vol. 3, No. 2
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This study analyses the impact o f student perceptions and expectations in teaching introductory accounting course, lecturer performance index (based on stu­ dent evaluation teaching score), pre-requisite results, high school origin and status o f the kigh school fo r the final results in taking the Introductory Accounting course taught in the second semester (Pengantar Akuntansi 2 or PA2) differentiated be­ tween student gender and major o f study. The aim behind this study is to get feed­ back in order to improve teaching in PA 2. With factor analysis, results indicate that there are five dominant factors that were retained fo r the purpose in determining student results o f PA2 (expectations, topics, preparation, ethical issues and level o f difficulties o f the course). To date, there has not been a study on the impact o f student perceptions and expectations to student ’s final results. Different level ofperception and expectations, results o f PA 1 and lecturer performance index significantly influence the results o f PA2. Male students who expect that the subject will be difficult have less perfor­ mance rather than those who expect the contrary. Male students who have high expectations that PA2 course will be useful and challenging have greater chance to pass the course successfully.
MOTIF DAN KENDALA BANK MELAKUKAN IMPLEMENTASI DINI PSAK NO. 71 TERHADAP CKPN KREDIT (MOTIVE AND OBSTACLE BANK AS EARLY ADOPTERS OF PSAK NO. 71 FOR ALLOWANCE FOR IMPAIRMENT LOSSES (CKPN) OF LOAN) Rizal, Arya Prabu; Shauki, Elvia R.
Jurnal Akuntansi dan Keuangan Indonesia Vol. 16, No. 1
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PSAK No. 71 convergence of IFRS 9 which will become effective on January 1, 2020, where early implementation is permitted. The complexity of this standard has caused several Banks not to carry out the impact assessment stage according to the OJK roadmap. However, there were Banks that had implemented before PSAK No. 71 effective (early adopters). This study applies a case study as its research strategy were content, thematic, and constant compara­tive analyses were used in analysing data collected from questionnaire and semi-structured interviews. This study found that several early adopters are Banks that are owned by the government, foreign, and joint venture banks. Besides, the author found that the motive in making the decisions to adopt/ not to adopt PSAK No. 71 is dominated by normative isomor­phism as the pressures or demands being professional and considered right. This study also found that there are differences (heteregoneity) in the behavior of the actors and institutions in each bank that were influenced by multiple logics (i.e., rules as regulatory logics, and profit being the banking logics). This is done by the actors to maintain both logics by com­bining the two and looking at the external and internal factors of the institution.