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The Impact of Good Corporate Governance, Company Size nn Corporate Social Responsibility Disclosure: Case Study of Islamic Banking in Indonesia Qoyum, Abdul; Setyono, Joko; Qizam, Ibnu; Mutmainah, Lu’liyatul
IQTISHADIA Vol 10, No 1 (2017): IQTISHADIA
Publisher : Ekonomi Syariah IAIN Kudus

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21043/iqtishadia.v10i1.2549

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Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) disclosure is very important for Islamic banking, especially in the long term. CSR disclosure is expected can improve the reputation of the company, thus the performance of the company can increase. CSR disclosure is very close with the implementation of Good Corporate Governance in the company. The objectives of this research is to analyze the influence of the elements of good corporate governance (GCG) and company size on corporate social responsibility (CSR) disclosure by using Islamic Social Reporting (ISR) index. There are 10 Islamic banks in Indonesia as the sample of the research, from 2011 to 2014, then there are 40 annual reports that are determined through purposive sampling.Method of this research uses content analysis to evaluate CSR disclosure by using ISR index, whereaspanel regressionis employed to know the influence the elements of GCG (commissioners’ board, independent commissioners, shariah supervision board, and directors’ board) and company size on the CSR disclosure. The regression analysis suggest that the proportion of independent board of commissioners has negative effect on the CSR disclosure in Islamic banking. This research finding shows that independent commissioner is not able in providing maximum supervision on the company, which is affected by the lack of quality, and the dual job of independent commissioners at another company. While, company size has positive impact on the CSR disclosure, due to the strict regulation and society perception. This research finding may serve as an important input for the regulator to regulate properly related to the number of independent commissioner, its qualification and Islamic Social Reporting as a tool in disclosing their CSR.Pengungkapan Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) sangat penting bagi perbankan syariah, terutama dalam jangka panjang. Pengungkapan CSR diharapkan dapat meningkatkan reputasi perusahaan, sehingga kinerja perusahaan dapat meningkat. Pengungkapan CSR sangat dekat dengan penerapan Good Corporate Governance di perusahaan. Tujuan dari penelitian ini adalah untuk menganalisis pengaruh elemen tata kelola perusahaan (GCG) dan ukuran perusahaan terhadap pengungkapan Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) dengan menggunakan indeks Islamic Social Reporting (ISR). Ada 10 bank syariah di Indonesia dari tahun 2011-2014 yang menjadi sampel penelitian, maka ada 40 laporan tahunan yang ditentukan melalui purposive sampling. Metode penelitian ini menggunakan content analysis untuk mengevaluasi pengungkapan CSR dengan menggunakan indeks ISR. Sedangkan regresi panel digunakan untuk mengetahui pengaruh unsur GCG (dewan komisaris, komisaris independen, dewan pengawas syariah, dan dewan direksi) dan ukuran perusahaan terhadap pengungkapan CSR. Analisis regresi menunjukkan bahwa proporsi dewan komisaris independen memiliki pengaruh negatif terhadap pengungkapan CSR di perbankan syariah. Temuan penelitian ini menunjukkan bahwa komisaris independen tidak mampu memberikan pengawasan yang maksimal terhadap perusahaan. Hal ini dipengaruhi oleh kurangnya kualitas yang dimiliki, dan rangkap jabatan yang dimiliki oleh komisaris independen di perusahaan lain. Sedangkan, ukuran perusahaan berdampak positif terhadap pengungkapan CSR, karena ketatnya regulasi dan persepsi masyarakat. Temuan penelitian ini dapat menjadi masukan penting bagi regulator untuk mengatur dengan benar terkait dengan jumlah komisaris independen, kualifikasi dan ISR sebagai alat dalam mengungkapkan CSR mereka.
The Impact of Good Corporate Governance, Company Size nn Corporate Social Responsibility Disclosure: Case Study of Islamic Banking in Indonesia Qoyum, Abdul; Mutmainah, Lu’liyatul; Setyono, Joko; Qizam, Ibnu
IQTISHADIA Vol 10, No 1 (2017): IQTISHADIA
Publisher : Ekonomi Syariah IAIN Kudus

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21043/iqtishadia.v10i1.2549

Abstract

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) disclosure is very important for Islamic banking, especially in the long term. CSR disclosure is expected can improve the reputation of the company, thus the performance of the company can increase. CSR disclosure is very close with the implementation of Good Corporate Governance in the company. The objectives of this research is to analyze the influence of the elements of good corporate governance (GCG) and company size on corporate social responsibility (CSR) disclosure by using Islamic Social Reporting (ISR) index. There are 10 Islamic banks in Indonesia as the sample of the research, from 2011 to 2014, then there are 40 annual reports that are determined through purposive sampling.Method of this research uses content analysis to evaluate CSR disclosure by using ISR index, whereaspanel regressionis employed to know the influence the elements of GCG (commissioners’ board, independent commissioners, shariah supervision board, and directors’ board) and company size on the CSR disclosure. The regression analysis suggest that the proportion of independent board of commissioners has negative effect on the CSR disclosure in Islamic banking. This research finding shows that independent commissioner is not able in providing maximum supervision on the company, which is affected by the lack of quality, and the dual job of independent commissioners at another company. While, company size has positive impact on the CSR disclosure, due to the strict regulation and society perception. This research finding may serve as an important input for the regulator to regulate properly related to the number of independent commissioner, its qualification and Islamic Social Reporting as a tool in disclosing their CSR.Pengungkapan Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) sangat penting bagi perbankan syariah, terutama dalam jangka panjang. Pengungkapan CSR diharapkan dapat meningkatkan reputasi perusahaan, sehingga kinerja perusahaan dapat meningkat. Pengungkapan CSR sangat dekat dengan penerapan Good Corporate Governance di perusahaan. Tujuan dari penelitian ini adalah untuk menganalisis pengaruh elemen tata kelola perusahaan (GCG) dan ukuran perusahaan terhadap pengungkapan Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) dengan menggunakan indeks Islamic Social Reporting (ISR). Ada 10 bank syariah di Indonesia dari tahun 2011-2014 yang menjadi sampel penelitian, maka ada 40 laporan tahunan yang ditentukan melalui purposive sampling. Metode penelitian ini menggunakan content analysis untuk mengevaluasi pengungkapan CSR dengan menggunakan indeks ISR. Sedangkan regresi panel digunakan untuk mengetahui pengaruh unsur GCG (dewan komisaris, komisaris independen, dewan pengawas syariah, dan dewan direksi) dan ukuran perusahaan terhadap pengungkapan CSR. Analisis regresi menunjukkan bahwa proporsi dewan komisaris independen memiliki pengaruh negatif terhadap pengungkapan CSR di perbankan syariah. Temuan penelitian ini menunjukkan bahwa komisaris independen tidak mampu memberikan pengawasan yang maksimal terhadap perusahaan. Hal ini dipengaruhi oleh kurangnya kualitas yang dimiliki, dan rangkap jabatan yang dimiliki oleh komisaris independen di perusahaan lain. Sedangkan, ukuran perusahaan berdampak positif terhadap pengungkapan CSR, karena ketatnya regulasi dan persepsi masyarakat. Temuan penelitian ini dapat menjadi masukan penting bagi regulator untuk mengatur dengan benar terkait dengan jumlah komisaris independen, kualifikasi dan ISR sebagai alat dalam mengungkapkan CSR mereka.
Islamic Social Reporting Disclosure of Sharia Commercial Banks in Indonesia: A Form of Social Responsibility Riduwan, Riduwan; Mutmainah, Lu’liyatul; Wahyudi, Rofiul
Shirkah: Journal of Economics and Business Vol 5, No 3 (2020)
Publisher : IAIN Surakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (649.238 KB) | DOI: 10.22515/shirkah.v5i3.336

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Sharia industry development encourages experts to design Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) disclosure index that is more compatible with the characteristics of sharia-based corporate. However, studies examining CSR disclosure using Islamic Social Reporting (ISR) index that focuses on detailed results of content analysis from time to time still remains a paucity of evidence. Hence, this study aims to examine the practice of Islamic Social Reporting disclosure of sharia commercial banks in Indonesia. Drawing on the data obtained from CSR reports established by sharia banks in Indonesia, the results of content analysis disclosed that the ISR disclosure showed a fluctuating trend. It was also revealed that the six themes of ISR index have not been optimally disclosed. ISR disclosures of sharia banks in Indonesia were categorized as good since the average disclosure reached 50% in 2015 up to 2017, especially the corporate governance disclosure. This study’s results imply that it is necessary to increase the disclosures that can be strengthened by regulations from financial regulators and Islamic banking associations to increase public trust and value-added of sharia commercial banks. This study contributes to the development of sharia banks as fruitful insights on policy recommendations for Islamic banks' top management.
The Effect Of Debt-Based Financing And Equity-Based Financing On Islamic Banks Profitability In Indonesia Wahyudi, Rofiul; Diniyya, Aulia Arifatu; Satyarini, Julia Noermawati Eka; Mutmainah, Lu’liyatul; Maulida, Sri
International Journal of Islamic Business and Economics (IJIBEC) Vol 4 No 2 (2020): IJIBEC VOL. 4 NO. 2 DECEMBER 2020
Publisher : Faculty of Islamic Economics and Business of Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Pekalongan

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.28918/ijibec.v4i2.2771

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This study's main objective is to investigate equity-based financing and debt-based financing of the profitability of Islamic banking in Indonesia. This research is expected to contribute to the theoretical and practical dimensions. On the conceptual aspect, this study can provide evidence of whether equity-based financing and debt-based financing affect the profitability of Islamic banking. While on the practical dimension, Islamic banks in Indonesia can determine the extent of their profitability and, in turn, the competitiveness of Islamic banks to enable it to be developed in line or even better than conventional banks. The data analysis technique uses panel data regression, which is time series data and cross-section. Next, to estimate the panel data model, which is divided into three, namely: common effect, fixed effect, and random effect. The result of this study that partially equity-based financing does not affect ROE. At the same time, debt-based financing influences the ROE of Islamic banks. Partially equity-based financing and debt-based financing do not affect ROA of Islamic banks. However, it simultaneously shows that the independent variable test results, namely equity-based financing and debt-based financing, have a strong influence on the dependent variable, namely, profitability as measured by ROA and ROE.