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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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Airport Company Leadership Communication Style as A Coach in the Era of Change Ahmad Mulyana; Ricko Sugyanto
INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH JOURNAL OF BUSINESS STUDIES Vol 14, No 3 (2021): December 2021 - March 2022
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This article describes an adaptation of the leadership communication style in the pandemic era to maintain business continuity. The analysis uses the theory of change, organizational communication, and leadership. The method used is a case study with a qualitative approach where data mining is carried out through in-depth interviews, observation, and documentation. The study results concluded that the leadership style applied as a communication pattern as a coach with employees to maintain business continuity. Through this pattern, the nature of the partnership with employees is well established. This research has implications for efforts to prioritize the leader’s communication competence as Coach leadership style in implementing changes during the Covid-19 pandemic. The study results show that the role of the leader as a Coach can raise employee awareness to understand and accept changing conditions and have a commitment to take actions that can maintain the company’s business continuity. https://doi.org/10.21632/irjbs.14.3.245-255
Reaction of Indian Gold Exchange Traded Funds to Covid-19 Cases and Fatalities Ashima Gaba; Ravinder Kumar
INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH JOURNAL OF BUSINESS STUDIES Vol 14, No 3 (2021): December 2021 - March 2022
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Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) are recently popularised new form of financial market instruments that provide benefit of both mutual funds and stocks. Present study investigated if there exists any difference between the average returns of selected Gold ETFs during COVID-19 era against pre COVID-19 era and subsequently analysed the long term and short term impact of new COVID-19 cases and fatalities on returns of Gold ETFs through Auto-regressive distributed lag (ARDL) model. It has been observed that in long term new COVID-19 cases had positive and significant impact on the returns of ETFs while new fatalities had significant negative impact on the returns of all the Gold ETFs except for BSLGOLD ETF. Short-run relationship between dependent and independent variables was in contrast to the long-term relationship. https://doi.org/10.21632/irjbs.14.3.187-198
Inhibitors Element of Bumdes in Promoting Rural Resilience in Indonesia Muhammad Setiawan Kusmulyono; Wawan Dhewanto; Melia Famiola
INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH JOURNAL OF BUSINESS STUDIES Vol 14, No 3 (2021): December 2021 - March 2022
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Rural has become a prime headline for Indonesia’s development since the enactment of the Rural Act. Since the ratification, rural governments in Indonesia have more authority to manage their village economy through the establishment of a Bumdes. Unfortunately, although several Bumdes show good performance, most have problems that hamper their growth. This article stems from the researchers’ desire to observe the contribution of entrepreneurial activities in the village to rural resilience. This research applied qualitative research by interviewing rural stakeholders in nine Bumdes. The findings of the study indicate that low commitment from village heads and Bumdes directors, low motivation from Bumdes management, inadequate business knowledge from Bumdes management, rural political dynamics, and fluctuations in community participation are all obstacles to Bumdes' ability to promote rural resilience. This research demonstrates that in order to attain rural resilience, Bumdes requires a more holistic strategy to promote stakeholder attachment. https://doi.org/10.21632/irjbs.14.3.257-266
Bangladesh RMG Supply Chain Vulnerabilities To Disruption Beyond Covid-19 Nayem Uddin Hoque Tusher
INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH JOURNAL OF BUSINESS STUDIES Vol 14, No 3 (2021): December 2021 - March 2022
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With the recent outbreak of COVID-19, the fragility of the global SC has been revealed. Significant disruption from both the demand and supply side has jolted the garment industry of Bangladesh. This paper aims to foster a more explicit understanding of the disruption vulnerability factors of the Bangladesh RMG SC beyond COVID-19. To achieve the aims, exploratory study methodology is used by extensive literature review. Analysis revealed that Bangladesh RMG SC is vulnerable to hazard, strategic, financial, operational, infrastructural, and demand and supply factors. Natural calamities, infrastructural collusions, labor and political unrest, globally intensified competition, non-compliance issues, high dependency on imported materials, lack of product and market diversification can lead Bangladesh RMG SC to disruptive events. The analysis of this study will help factory owners, industrial managers, and designated authorities to identify vulnerabilities associated with the Bangladesh RMG SC and take measures to reduce the vulnerabilities to disruption. https://doi.org/10.21632/irjbs.14.3.199-214
The E-Marketing Mix Strategy of Tokopedia Salam during the Covid-19 Pandemic Muhammad Mishbakhudin; Muniaty Aisyah
INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH JOURNAL OF BUSINESS STUDIES Vol 14, No 3 (2021): December 2021 - March 2022
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Technological developments and government plans in the sharia economic sector supported by the large potential of the Muslim market triggered the launch of sharia features in the e-commerce marketplace. This study aimed to analyze the effect of the e-marketing mix consisting of e-product, e-price, e-place, and e-promotion variables on consumer decision through e-trust in the sharia marketplace Tokopedia Salam during the Covid-19 pandemic. The sampling method used was purposive sampling with 150 respondents. The data analysis method used was Partial Least Square. The results of the study showed that there is a direct significant effect between the e-marketing mix variables, namely e-product, e-price, and e-promotion on e-trust, except for the e-place. Meanwhile, only e-promotion and e-trust variables have a significant direct effect on consumer decision. The results of this study also showed that e-product, e-price, and e-promotion indirectly have a significant effect on consumer decision through e-trust, except for the e-place. Tokopedia Salam with its various sharia characteristics is expected to provide other offers during the pandemic with things that are more familiar to marketplace customers such as basic product, competitive prices, various promotions, and free shipping. https://doi.org/10.21632/irjbs.14.3.215-227
Conceptual Reverse Logistics Model used by Online Retailers Post Covid-19 Lockdown Purvi Kushwaha
INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH JOURNAL OF BUSINESS STUDIES Vol 14, No 3 (2021): December 2021 - March 2022
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Coronavirus disease (Covid-19) is an infectious disease caused by a newly found coronavirus. Coronavirus 2(SARS-CoV-2), caused an illness known as Covid-19, which was similar to SARS and was characterized usually by fever and breathing symptoms. World Health Organization in March 2020 declared Covid-19 as pandemic. Social distancing is the only measure in the absence of any vaccine to reduce the spread of this virus so many countries including India are going under lockdown. In the lockdown, the Government ordered closure of all the brick-and-mortar businesses. In this time of crises customers have only choice to purchase essential products from e-commerce portals. Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that essential items could be purchased through e-commerce portals, all e-commerce businesses were instructed by the Ministry of Consumer Affair to take proper precautions and hygiene in their entire supply chain process. This paper suggests a model to incorporate hygiene in reverse logistics for online retailers post lockdown. https://doi.org/10.21632/irjbs.14.3.229-234
A Critical Analysis of Impact on Employment During and After Covid-19 Lockdown on India Tarun Kashni; Vishal Thakur
INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH JOURNAL OF BUSINESS STUDIES Vol 14, No 3 (2021): December 2021 - March 2022
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This article aims to analyze the impact on employment during the Covid-19 lockdown period and after lockdown in India. The analysis was based on the ministry of labour and employment and National Statistical Office surveys undertaken before the outbreak of the Covid-19 and follow-up surveys on the effects of the pandemic, also undertaken by Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy Pvt. Ltd. and Statista Inc. One of the largest unemployment since the Great Depression has been generated during the Covid-19 pandemic. This seems to be a real threat that during lockdown the crisis will exacerbate poverty and deepen inequality, with long-term consequences. Countries must now do all possible to prevent unemployment from escalating into a social disaster. Investing in the future and succeeding generations by rebuilding a stronger and more sustainable labour market is critical. The Covid-19 epidemic in India has unquestionably had a significant detrimental influence on India’s employment rates. https://doi.org/10.21632/irjbs.14.3.235-243
Succession Intention in Continuing Family Business in Indonesia during the Covid-19 Pandemic Henry Pribadi; Sonny Agustiawan
INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH JOURNAL OF BUSINESS STUDIES Vol 14, No 3 (2021): December 2021 - March 2022
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The Covid-19 pandemic disrupted many industries and created a different reality of function in terms of several aspects, including family business and succession. This paper discusses how family business successor intentions regarding succeeding the family business in the near future have been affected by the pandemic. The subjects of our study are senior undergraduate business students that could potentially become successors in their family business. Our model is based on the Intention Model from the Theory of Perceived Behaviors, modified from our previous study with Intention to succeeding family business as the dependent variable. Data of 203 valid respondents was collected through quantitative survey and analyzed using a multiple linear regression model. The results of our study show that, during the pandemic, the intention of the heirs of the family business in succeeding his/her family business will be determined by the successor’s own attitude in succeeding family business, campus education, familiness, and resiliency of family business situation in facing the pandemic. https://doi.org/10.21632/irjbs.14.3.267-282

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