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MABIS: Manajemen dan Bisnis
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ISSN : 14123789     EISSN : 24771783     DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.24123
Core Subject : Economy, Social,
Manajemen & Bisnis (MABIS) is an open access journal with ISSN 1412-3789 and e-ISSN 2477-1783. The editorial board invites authors and experts to publish and share their ideas through scientific and empirical research in the field of Management and Business. The major objective of the publication is to improve theories, concepts, and practices in the field of management and business. The dissemination of research will enable young researchers, and practitioners to present and share their scientific empirical findings. We are going to be a bridge between theories and practices in management and business.
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CORPORATE GOVERNANCE STRUCTURE AND TIMELINESS OF FINANCIAL REPORT Gunarsih, Tri
Journal of Management and Business Vol 10, No 1 (2011): MARCH 2011
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The main objectives of this research are to describe the obedience towards the regulation of timeliness financial report submission and to analyze the influence of financial performance and corporate governance structure to timelines of financial report submission. The research questions are tested by running Analysis of Variance (Anova) and two logistic regressions. Timelines (measured by dummy variable, 1 if the company comply financial report submissioni.e. before and at 31 of March, while 0 for delayed submission) is the dependent variable both in Anova and in logistic regression. The independent variables in logistic regression consist of EAT, ROA, ROE, Leverage, concentration ownership by domestic institution, number of the Board of Directors, number of the Board of Commissioners and Industry Classification. The first main result of this study is that there is an increasing of timelines obedience. This suggests that the obedience of listed companies towards the regulation of timelines is increasing form time to time. The second main result of this study is that there is an influence of profitability (ROA), leverage and corporate governance structure (ownership concentration by Domestic Institution/HI_DOM) to the probability of timelines financial report submission. The positive and negative sign of ROA and leverage respectively, suggest that higher ROA and lower leverage tend to obey the regulation of timelines. The negative sign of HI_DOM suggest that the lower ownership concentration by Domestic Institution tend to obey the regulation of timelines.
FAKTOR PENENTU BIAYA KEAGENAN: STUDI EMPIRIK PADA EMITEN PEMBENTUK INDEKS LQ45 Bram Hadianto; Herlina .
Journal of Management and Business Vol 10, No 1 (2011): MARCH 2011
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The purpose of this research is to know the impact of debt policy, dividend policy, board commissioner size, and institutional ownership on agency cost. Following Ang et al. (2000), asset utilization ratio (AUR) and operating expense ratio (OER) used as measurement of the agency cost. LQ45 index constituent firms are used as the sample which determined by the purposive sampling technique. The regression model with polled data conducted as data analysis method. The results show that institutional ownership is the only factor that has impact on agency cost measured by asset utilization ratio with positive sign.
KATEGORI PENGAMBILAN KEPUTUSAN KELUARGA MELALUIEKSPLORASI PENGAMBILAN KEPUTUSAN KELUARGA BERDASARKAN JENJANG KELAS SOSIAL Wina Christina; Indarini .
Journal of Management and Business Vol 10, No 1 (2011): MARCH 2011
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Seeing great opportunity of marketing products and services to family, this study explore consumer decision making that covers five social range from upper to the lowest social class. The findings of the research have proven the movement of decision making dominance in the family and depict behaviors of decision maker in each social class regarding specific product characteristics.
CONSUMER BOYCOTTS IN INDONESIA NATIONAL PRESS CONTEXT, 1982-MID 2010: A PRELIMINARY STUDY Kresno Agus Hendarto
Journal of Management and Business Vol 10, No 1 (2011): MARCH 2011
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The objective of this study is to describe how boycotts are released in Indonesia national press. The data were obtained from mass media using saturation sampling. Data obtained is analyzed using qualitative content analysis. The results showed that, as in other countries, in Indonesia, boycott has increased in quantity. In the boycott news, the country of origin target is released more than corporate target. Mostly the boycott in Indonesia is sponsored/triggered by groups. In this case, religious groups are the primary cause. In addition there are environmental and worker groups. Although the boycott in Indonesia is mostly intended to express dissatisfaction to particular corporate or country of origin actions, some boycotts are intended to establish social or political control to the boycott target.
PERILAKU KNOWLEDGE SHARING PADA PERAWAT RUMAH SAKIT Muafi .
Journal of Management and Business Vol 10, No 1 (2011): MARCH 2011
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Nurses have shown on increasing interest in understanding knowledge sharing behaviour in their hospitals. This study uses Ajzen’s theory of planned behavior (TPB) to develop and test a research model to asses the variables that influence encouragement of knowledge sharing intention and behaviour by nurses. The data from a survey shows nurses uses empirically to test the proposed research model. Generally, in the TPB model, the analytical result shows that the research model fit the data well and the main determinants of knowledge sharing behaviour are the encouraging intentions of nurses. Additionally, nurses’ subjective norm and perceived behavioural control are found a positively influence intentions to encourage knowledge sharing. Nurse’s subjective norm is found influence to attitudes positively. An intention to knowledge sharing is found influence to knowledge sharing behavior positively.
PERAN KOMITMEN DAN DAYA DUKUNG ORGANISASIONAL PADA HUBUNGAN ANTARA KETIDAKPUASAN DENGAN KREATIVITAS KARYAWAN Nugroho J. Setiadi; Agoestiana Boediprasetya; Nelavelly Virnanda Sudibyo
Journal of Management and Business Vol 10, No 1 (2011): MARCH 2011
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This empirical study examines the conceptual model of employee’s dissatisfaction to lead creative behavior. When employee feels that he/she has potentially to perform as a creative person, he/she will express their dissatisfaction through voice. Based on the exit-voice theory and empirical studies of organizational creativity (Zhou and George, 2003), this study identify two variables that potentially play a role on the relationship between job dissatisfaction and employee’ creativity, there are, continuance commitment and perceived organizational support. A number of hypotheses empirically to be proved. Interesting findings indicate that the perceived organizational support contribute on how individuals shape their job dissatisfaction led to creative behavior among employees in service organizations.
THE EFFECT OF PROFITABILITY AND RISK MANAGEMENT ON WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT Mudji Utami
Journal of Management and Business Vol 10, No 1 (2011): MARCH 2011
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This study aims to examine the impact of working capital management on profitability and risks of business companies. Furthermore, this study also examines what are the differences of working capital management industries in the manufacturing sector. Some researchers proved that influence of working capital management on profitability (Rahemanand Nasr 2007; Marc Deloof, 2003 and Hadori, 2005). In addition, Gitman (2009) also states that working capital management has an impact on firm profitability and risk. Business risk of each industry is different, thus working capital management will differ among industries. This study used data from 2001 until 2007 at the manufacturing sector firms which have coherent of annually financial statements during the study period and have been audited. In order to test the hypothesis, this study used regression analysis and analysis of variance. The research proves that working capital management affects profitability and risk of firm manufacturing sector during the period 2001-2007. Moreover, it also proves that there is a difference among working capital management industries in the manufacturing sector.
UNDERSTANDING THE INTERRELATIONSHIPS AMONG RISK BEHAVIOUR, LEARNING AND MARKET ORIENTATIONS IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS RELATIONSHIPS ., Sulhaini
Journal of Management and Business Vol 10, No 1 (2011): MARCH 2011
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This paper aims to provide understandings on the interrelationships among risk behaviour, learning orientation and market orientation and business relationship development. This paper was developed based on a qualitative study of six British firms exporting to the Indonesian market. Data was collected through a series of in-depth interviews carried out in UK and Indonesia. The finding was established through a hermeneutic process. The exploration provides an understanding that risk behaviour, learning and market orientations are interrelated and they explain the fluctuation of relationship elements and thus the development of relationship between the British exporters and Indonesian Importers. Learning orientation has a greater role as it also influences the development through market orientation and risk behaviour. The discussion suggests that a company with a better learning orientation will have a better market orientation, become a risk taker and a better ability to develop business relationships.
GOOD CORPORATE GOVERNANCE, ANALYST COVERAGE, DAN TAHAPAN DAUR HIDUP TERHADAP KEBIJAKAN DIVIDEN Werner R. Murhadi; Liliana Inggrit Wijaya
Journal of Management and Business Vol 10, No 1 (2011): MARCH 2011
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This research objective is to observe the influences of good corporate governance, analyst coverage, company life cycle, investment opportunities set, size, and profitability towards the dividend policy. This study employs the corporate data from Indonesian Stock Exchange during 2005-2008 and weighted least square methods. The latest sample is 279 years of observation. The result shows that only life cycle stage of the company and its profitability are influential towards the dividend policy. The findings show that the relationship between the good corporate governance is consistent with the hypothesis but not significant.
GROWTH AND MATURITY HYPOTHESES ON DIVIDEND POLICY: INDONESIAN PERSPECTIVE Ismiyanti, Fitri
Journal of Management and Business Vol 10, No 1 (2011): MARCH 2011
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This research is aimed at testing the increase and decrease in dividends in relation to market reaction intertwined with the profitability of the firm. The main contribution of this study is the separation of the market reaction based on the firm’s lifecycle. The differentiation of the firm’s lifecycle purports to analysis whether there is distinguished influence between the increase (decrease) in dividends on firms at growth stage and that on firms at maturity stage. Data used are manufacturing firms listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange for the period of 1994-2008.

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