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International Research Journal of Business Studies (IRJBS), with registered number ISSN 2089-6271 (Print) and ISSN 2338-4565 (Online), is an open access and peer-reviewed scientific journal published by Prasetiya Mulya Publishing, Universitas Prasetiya Mulya. IRJBS published three times a year (December-March, April-July, and August-November).
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Market Concentration and Risk-Taking in Banking Sector Listed on Indonesian Stock Exchange Lailiyah, Elliv Hidayatul; Purwanti, Ika; Suyanto, Umar Yeni
INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH JOURNAL OF BUSINESS STUDIES Vol 13, No 3 (2020): December 2020 - March 2021
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The financial institution roles as the bank credit distribution. According to the banking surveys in Indonesia, it indicates that new credit growth has been strengthened. The increasing of credit leds to increase the level of risk taking by banks that its concentration of banking in a country plays in influencing banking risk taking. This study examined the effect of banking market concentration on bank risk taking. It also explored the moderating variable of bank size on the effect of market concentration on risk taking in the banking sector. The results of the study showed that the banking market concentration has the positive effect on banking risk taking. The size of the bank weakens the positive effect of market concentration on bank risk taking. The larger the size of the bank in a concentrated banking market, the lower the risk taking of the bank. The concentrated banking market requires to distribute the market share in banks to be carried out by banking regulators so that the banking market is not concentrated and reduces banking risk taking.Keywords: Market concentration, Risk-Taking, Bank Size* Department of Management, Institut Teknologi dan Bisnis Ahmad Dahlan Lamongan, Jalan KH. Ahmad Dahlan No.41, Lamongan, Jawa Timur, 62115 https://doi.org/10.21632/irjbs.13.3.285-292
Digital Wallet and Mobile Banking Adoption Among Rural Bank Customer Parakh, Santosh Dilipkumar; Ukhalkar, Prakash; Sanu, Leena
INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH JOURNAL OF BUSINESS STUDIES Vol 13, No 3 (2020): December 2020 - March 2021
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This study provides a rural perspective to the global research and literature on rural customer for the adoption of Digital Wallet and Mobile banking. It empirically examines the most influencing factors that stimulates digital wallet and mobile banking user for service adoption. A sample of 300 customers was surveyed from the rural areas of Maharashtra state, INDIA. A Simple Random Sampling method is used for selections of area from Maharashtra state and Chi-square testing was used in stated hypothesis. An influence of qualitative factors were identified by Factor Analysis with the help of K-M-O test of Sphericity. The study therefore concludes that Security-Privacy, Trust and Familiarity has significant impact on Mobile banking adoption. And qualitative factors such has Prestige, Speed, Trust, Safety & Security, Easiness and Familiarity has major influence on rural customer for the adopting of Digital Wallet and Mobile banking services offered from financial institution.Keywords: Digital Wallet, Mobile Banking, Rural Customer, Adoption Factors.* Vidya Pratishthan’s Institute of Information Technology (VIIT), Baramati, Maharashtra 413133, India** Pimpri Chinchwad College of Engineering, Pune, Maharashtra, Sector -26, Pradhikaran, Nigdi,Near Akurdi Railway Station, Pune - 411 044, India*** Christ College, Pune, Maharashtra, 26/4 A, Off Pune Nagar Road, Opposite Weikfield IT Citi Info Park, Wadgaon Sheri, Pune, Maharashtra 411014, India https://doi.org/10.21632/irjbs.13.3.215-226
Good Corporate Governance on Stock Prices of Companies Listed in the KOMPAS 100 Index 2014-2018 Christian, Jiwana; Juanda, Bambang; Bandono, Bayu
INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH JOURNAL OF BUSINESS STUDIES Vol 13, No 3 (2020): December 2020 - March 2021
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This research aimed to analyze the effect of good corporate governance on stock prices. It was conducted on companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange which were included in the KOMPAS100 Index in 2014-2018 by using a purposive sampling technique. Data analysis used was a panel data regression method with a fixed-effect model - least square dummy variable. The results of the study show that the number of board of the commissioner meetings, return on assets, earnings per share and price to book value had significant effects on stock prices in a positive direction; the number of directors, education/training for corporate secretaries, and price to earnings ratio had positive but insignificant effects; the number of independent commissioners and the number of board of the director meetings had negative but insignificant effects on share prices. The novelty in this study was the addition of the variable of company secretary as an indicator of corporate governance, which was not found in previous studies. Besides, this study added a dummy interaction to see the effect of the level of corporate compliance on corporate governance.Keywords : good corporate governance, stock price, panel data* School of Business, IPB University, Jl. Raya Pajajaran, RT.03/RW.06, Babakan, Kecamatan Bogor Tengah, Kota Bogor, Jawa Barat 16128  https://doi.org/10.21632/irjbs.13.3.293-306
Sustainable Competitive Advantage of Riau Malay Weaving Industry Based on Local Wisdom Annisa Mardatillah; Rosmayani Rosmayani; Shafira Amalia Ramadhani
INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH JOURNAL OF BUSINESS STUDIES Vol 13, No 3 (2020): December 2020 - March 2021
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This study aims to analyze the strategy of developing Riau Malay woven fabrics’ competitiveness and what factors predominantly influence efforts to develop the sustainable competitive advantage of the Riau malay weaving industry based on local wisdom of Malay fabrics in Pekanbaru. The sampling technique chosen was using a purposive sampling of 14 SMEs of Riau Malay woven fabric in Pekanbaru. SWOT analysis was applied as an analysis tool. This research is more in looking at the Riau Malay woven fabric craftsmen based on their ethnic abilities to differ from previous research. The research findings show aspects of product strength consisting of authenticity values of motifs/patterns based on typical regional philosophies not possessed by other regions as a cultural identity. Human resources’ knowledge and skills in producing Riau Malay Weaving fabrics inimitable, and there is no substitute for being a force that will not quickly transfer to other companiesKeywords: woven fabric industry, small industry, local wisdom, sustainable competitive advantage* Departement of Business Administration, Universitas Islam Riau, Jl. Kaharudin Nasution KM 113, Simpang Tiga, Bukit Raya, Pekanbaru, Indonesi https://doi.org/10.21632/irjbs.13.3.227-240
The Role of Information and Communication Industry (ICT) in the Reduction of Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Canada Bentolhoda Abdollahbeigi; Farhang Salehi
INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH JOURNAL OF BUSINESS STUDIES Vol 13, No 3 (2020): December 2020 - March 2021
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According to the concerted efforts to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions (GHGE), the Information and Communication Industry (ICT) has received little attention as a significant contributor to GHG. ICT has a very significant role to play in reducing greenhouse gas emissions in Canada. While climate challenges increase, there is a growing need to reduce Greenhouse gas emissions. The ICT sector has an important role in enabling significant reductions in those emissions and costs. This current study aims to examine the effects of GHGE on climate change in Canada with a focus on the ICT sector. This paper will provide a review of ICT definitions and Greenhouse gases and how GHGE can be reduced. This paper presents an approach to investigating the impact of information and communication technologies (ICTs) on Greenhouse gases emission and their effect on climate change in Canada.Keywords: ICT, Greenhouse gas emissions, Climate change, Canada* Research Department, APH Rosha Consulting Group Ltd., 18 dey street, No 65, Sary, Mazandaran, Iran  https://doi.org/10.21632/irjbs.13.3.307-315
Do Professional Commitment and Anticipatory Socialization Affect The Intention To Do Whistleblowing? Claudia Tompunu; Frisky Jeremy Kasingku; Ika Prayantiu
INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH JOURNAL OF BUSINESS STUDIES Vol 13, No 3 (2020): December 2020 - March 2021
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The corruption in Indonesia is one of the biggest problems the government and the business must face. Employee in the entity may provide one of the solutions for this problem. They may do the whistleblowing when they know that there is violation in the entity. Professional commitment and anticipatory socialization are the factors to foster whistleblowing. This study aims to obtain empirical evidence regarding the impact of professional commitment and anticipatory socialization toward whistleblowing intention. 155 eligible accounting students are taken as subjects for this study. The questionnaire is disseminated electronically to the sample. As a result, professional commitment affects whistleblowing intentions of accounting students. Furthermore, male who profess professional commitment will likely do the action of whistleblowing compare to female. On the other hand, there is no statistical evidence found to prove that anticipatory socialization affects the intention to do whistleblowing. Consequently, the system of the company must facilitate the improvement of professional commitment so it may foster the intention of the employees to whistleblow. Therefore, manager should pay attention to degree of the professional commitment of the employees.Keywords: Anticipatory socialization, Professional commitment, Whistleblowing* PT Triputra Energi Megatara, Menara Kadin Indonesia Lt. 20, Jl. H. R. Rasuna Said Kav. 2&3, Setia Budi, Jakarta, 12950** Departement of Economics and Business, Universitas Klabat, Jl. Arnold Mononutu, Airmadidi Bawah, Kec. Airmadidi, Kabupaten Minahasa Utara, Sulawesi Utara 95371 https://doi.org/10.21632/irjbs.13.3.241-248
Past Behaviour, Conscientiousness Personality, and Attitude Toward Engagement in Workplace Affair Muhammad Irfan Syaebani; Alma Madina; Melia Retno Astrini
INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH JOURNAL OF BUSINESS STUDIES Vol 13, No 3 (2020): December 2020 - March 2021
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The phenomenon of workplace romance is an integral part of organisational dynamics. Workplace romance might result in both positive and negative effect. The negative side of workplace romance bears the phenomenon of workplace affair, in which workers engage in extra-marital relations with each other. This research aims to test whether past behaviour, conscientiousness personality, which a part of big five model personality traits and attitude have an impact on the likelihood of employee’s engagement in the workplace affair. As many as 250 workers in Greater Jakarta participated in the survey with minimum tenure six months as criteria of sampling. The analysis of data is performed using structural equation modelling (SEM) process. The result indicates that workers who have workplace romance engagement in their past behaviour would affect the attitude of perceiving workplace romance. The attitude itself plays as a mediator between past behaviour and the engagement of workplace affair. At the same time, personality determinant does not give any significant effect on attitude and engagement in workplace affair. To mitigate the issue of workplace affair, the organisation needs to perform background checking prior accepting the employees since the past behaviour of engagement in workplace romance is the reliable indicator of future likelihood in workplace affair engagement. While the previous research studies about the effect of workplace romance, this study emphasize deeper into the findings from the workplace affair perspectives, which is the negative effect of workplace romance.Keywords: Workplace romance, Workplace affair, Attitude, Past behaviour, Conscientiousness* Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Indonesia, Jl. Prof. DR. Sumitro Djojohadikusumo, Kukusan, Kecamatan Beji, Kota Depok, Jawa Barat 16424, Indonesia** Tilburg School of Economics and Management, 5037 AB Tilburg, Netherlands https://doi.org/10.21632/irjbs.13.3.249-267
Environmental Drivers on Green Supply Chain Practices Padmalalitha Thennal Venkatesa Narayanan; Rajeswari Thirunavukkarasu
INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH JOURNAL OF BUSINESS STUDIES Vol 13, No 3 (2020): December 2020 - March 2021
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Environmental concern is one of the linchpins of business anxieties since post-industrial era in India. In the current scenario where the corporates in India are committing to green supply chain practices, this paper attempts to understand the key environmental drivers that impact green supply chain practices. Thus, the focus of this research paper is to recognize the direct and indirect effects of environmental drivers on the green supply chain practices. Quantitative data regarding corporate environmental drivers and green supply chain practices were collected from 12 manufacturing companies in India. Path analysis was performed through structural equation modeling technique to identify the significant environmental drivers. Further, the direct and indirect effects of the environmental drivers were determined by decomposing the structural equations. The results obtained demonstrated that regulatory pressure, customer pressure, socio-cultural pressure and competitor pressure affect green supply chain practices at varying levels of significance at different stages of the supply chain process. The result of this study invites necessary attention of the managers to undertake an analysis of the effect of potential environmental drivers on the functioning of green supply chain practices in their firms.Keywords: Environmental Concern, Business Anxiety, Corporate Environmental Drivers, Green Supply Chain Practices, Structural Equation Model, Path Analysis* Department of Management and Commerce, Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning, Anantapur – 515001, India  https://doi.org/10.21632/irjbs.13.3.269-283

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