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International Business and Accounting Research Journal
ISSN : 25500368     EISSN : 25490303     DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.35474/ibarj.v6i1.234
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International Business and Accounting Research Journal published by Sekolah Tinggi Ekonomi dan Bisnis Islam Lampung. The journal seeks to consolidate its position as the premier vehicle for the diversification of academic finance. The journal publishes high quality, insightful, well-written papers that explore current and new issues in International Finance. The editorial board particularly welcomes papers that foster dialogue, innovation, and intellectual risk-taking in financial studies, and shed light on the interaction between finance and broader societal concerns. Papers studying finance from a variety of methodological, disciplinary and paradigmatic perspectives will be considered for publication.
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Implementation of Performance Accountability System For Government Institution (SAKIP) : Determinants and Consequence In Local Government I Wayan Suardana Telabah; Hermanto Hermanto; Lilik Handajani
International Business and Accounting Research Journal Vol 2, No 2 (2018): July 2018
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (717.84 KB) | DOI: 10.15294/ibarj.v2i2.36

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This study aims to examine the effect of the utilization of information technology, training and obedience to regulation on the implementation of SAKIP and examine the effect of SAKIP implementation on managerial performance as well as the influence of the role of self efficacy and intellect in the relationship between impelementation of SAKIP and managerial performance. Tests were conducted on 93 respondents representing 67 percent of the population. The group of respondents are structural officials of echelon  II, III and IV in the scope of West Nusa Tenggara Provincial Government who have role in the planning, implementation and management of Regional Income Budget and Expenditure (APBD) through the implementation of SAKIP. The hypothesis testing used Structural Equation Modelling-Partial Least Square (SEM-PLS). The result of this research shows that the utilization of information technology and training have significant effect on the implementation of SAKIP but not influenced by obedience to the regulation, the implementation of SAKIP has an effect on managerial performance but self efficacy and intellect can not strengthen the relationship between SAKIP implementation and managerial performance. Based on the findings of this research, the operation of e-SAKIP and training conducted in a structured and sustainable manner plays an important role in improving the quality of SAKIP implementation so as to provide relevant and objective information to managers in order to improve the performance of government organizations.
Employer Branding and Its Dimensions: A Pilot Study in Higher Educational Institutions of Pakistan Muhammad Awais Ilyas; Hasnizam Shaari; Ahmad Said Ibrahim Alshuaibi
International Business and Accounting Research Journal Vol 2, No 2 (2018): July 2018
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The purpose of this paper is a pilot assessment to determine the validity and reliability of the instrument of employer branding dimensions namely training and development, employer brand reputation, work life balance and organization culture developed by Tanwar and Prasad (2016). The survey approach was used to collect response through 61 usable questionnaires from the academic staff of higher educational institutions located in Punjab which is largest populated province of Pakistan. The present study used the simple random sampling method in data collection. Then, the validity and reliability of items of employer branding dimensions were assessed through expert’s opinions both from academicians and practitioners and also from the small size sample data. The SPSS v20 was used to test the reliability in this study. Hence, the results of pilot study reveals that, the Cronbach’s alpha values of all constructs are above than 0.80, so it can establish that all the constructs of employer branding are reliable and no need to remove any item.
Analysis of Financial Distress with Springate and Method of Grover in Coal In BEI 2012 - 2016 Agnes Gracia Devina Hungan; Ni Nyoman Sawitri
International Business and Accounting Research Journal Vol 2, No 2 (2018): July 2018
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The coal industry is one of the largest contributors to the state budget of more than 40 billion annually, so the declining coal industry and the condition of every coal company in Indonesia are of particular concern to the government. This study examines how the level of financial distress of coal mining companies IDX 2012 - 2016 when analyst with Springate method and Grover method, and which method is most appropriate in predicting financial distress in coal companies. From the results of the calculation with the both methods are Obtained results there are some coal companies are declared to have financial distress with both methods and obtained the result that the Grover method is the most appropriate methods in predicting financial distress.
Financial Contagion and Globalization: Evidence from South Asian Countries Muhammad Usman Sana Ullah; Naveed Ul Haq; Hood Laeeq; Ammar Aftab Raja
International Business and Accounting Research Journal Vol 2, No 2 (2018): July 2018
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This study investigates the contagion and globalization between the South Asian (Pakistan, India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka) and five largest economies (US, UK, China, Japan and Germany) stock markets. Daily stock returns data from 1st July 1997 to 30th June 2015 consisting of total 4695 observation is analyzed.  DCC GARCH is applied to calculate the conditional correlation coefficients to overcome the issue of heteroscedasticity. Null hypothesis of no globalization got rejected eleven times out of twenty while the hypothesis of no contagion got rejected six times. Further analysis of conditional correlation coefficients confirmed the impact of 9/11 attacks, Subprime mortgage crises and Europeans debt crises on the Indian market. Impact of 9/11 attacks also found on Pakistani and Sri Lankan stock exchanges, while Dhaka stock exchange remained independent of all shocks. In sum, the South Asian stock markets remained isolated from the global shocks except India. Isolation of South Asian stock markets from the global shocks is due to their lower integration with the global markets. This study provides some useful recommendations to the investors and policy makers. Results suggests that Indian stock exchange  get  contagion impact from the major economies, so authorities of India should have to take measure to decouple the market from the global shocks. The markets of Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Pakistan are not properly integrated with global financial system, so the authorities of these countries should have to take proper steps to liberalize the markets. This paper presents the first empirical study on financial contagion and globalization of South Asian countries.
Working Capital Management Policy and The Financial Performance of Food and Beverages Companies in Nigeria Yahaya Yusuf; Mohammed Sani
International Business and Accounting Research Journal Vol 2, No 2 (2018): July 2018
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This study is set to examine the relationship between working capital management policy and profitability of quoted food and beverages companies in Nigeria. The population comprises a sample of ten (10) food and beverage companies quoted on the Nigerian Stock Exchange. The study used secondary data for a period of ten (10) years (2005-2014) and was analyzed using descriptive and inferential statistics with the aid of Stata version 13. Two research hypotheses were formulated and tested. It was found that, there is no significant relationship between receivable collection period (RCP) policy and profitability of quoted food and beverage companies in Nigeria. However, it was recommended that the management should identify the level of inventory which allows for uninterrupted production but reduces the investment in raw materials and minimizes reordering cost and hence increases profitability. The management should reduce their RCP from 53 days on the average to at most 30 days by instituting adequate control and flexible credit policy.

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