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1. Social exclusion, religiouscapital, and the quality of life: Multiple case studies of Indonesia and Thailand
Issue: Vol. 13, No 4, 2020
Journal: Economics & Sociology
Authors: Francisia Seda, Lugina Setyawati, Yosef Hilarius Timu Pera, Muhammad R. Damm, Kevin Nobel
Keywords: Indonesia, Thailand, quality of life, religious capital, social exclusion
JEL: Z12, L31
107-124 (18)
2. Financial literacy and its variables: The evidence from Indonesia
Issue: Vol. 13, No 3, 2020
Journal: Economics & Sociology
Authors: Vera Intanie Dewi, Erie Febrian, Nury Effendi, Mokhamad Anwar, Sulaeman Rahman Nidar
Keywords: financial literacy, financial behavior, financial decisions, financial goal, financial knowledge, Lecturer, Indonesia
JEL: H40
133-154 (22)
3. Positive psychological capital, market orientation, and business performance of family business in the culinary sector: A research study
Issue: Vol. 13, No 3, 2020
Journal: Economics & Sociology
Authors: Muhammad Hasan, Chalid Imran Musa, Arismunandar Arismunandar, Muhammad Azis, Thamrin Tahir
Keywords: positive psychological capital, market orientation, business performance, Indonesia
JEL: D21, D22, M10, M21
97-112 (16)
4. Corporate governance, compliance level of IFRS disclosure and value relevance of accounting information – Indonesian evidence
Issue: Vol. 13, No 2, 2020
Journal: Journal of International Studies
Authors: Krismiaji Krismiaji, Surifah Surifah
Keywords: value relevance, corporate governance, level of compliance, Ohlson Price Model, Indonesia
JEL: G34, M41
191-211 (21)
5. Value relevance of realized gains and losses on available-for-sale securities
Issue: Vol. 13, No 2, 2020
Journal: Journal of International Studies
Authors: Retno Yulianti, Ari Kuncara Widagdo, Doddy Setiawan, Bambang Sutopo
Keywords: value relevance, firm value, available-for-sale securities, other comprehensive income, Indonesia
JEL: G21, M41
81-97 (17)
6. The role of self-congruity in the retail store patronage model: The case of Islamic retail stores in Indonesia and Malaysia
Issue: Vol. 13, No 2, 2020
Journal: Journal of International Studies
Authors: Hendy Mustiko Aji, Maizaitulaidawati Md Husin, Muafi Muafi
Keywords: retail store, self-congruity, retail patronage, Indonesia, Malaysia
JEL: L81, F14
62-80 (19)
7. The role of infrastructure in economic growth and income inequality in Indonesia
Issue: Vol. 13, No 1, 2020
Journal: Economics & Sociology
Authors: Achmad Tjachja Nugraha, Gunawan Prayitno, Masito Erlando Situmorang, Ahmadriswan Nasution
Keywords: infrastructure, income inequality, economic growth, Indonesia
JEL: D63, H54, O18, O47
102-115 (14)
8. Business continuity, motivation, and social conditions of young entrepreneurs
Issue: Vol. 12, No 4, 2019
Journal: Economics & Sociology
Authors: Rahmatiah Rahmatiah, Dondick W. Wiroto, Hapsawati Taan
Keywords: young entrepreneurs, business continuity, commitment, motivation, morphogenetic, social conditions, Indonesia
JEL: L26, M13
166-182 (17)
9. Is foreign direct investment helpful to reduce income inequality in Indonesia?
Issue: Vol. 12, No 3, 2019
Journal: Economics & Sociology
Authors: Al Muizzuddin Fazaalloh
Keywords: foreign direct investment, income inequality, panel data regression, Indonesia
JEL: O15, F20, F63
25-36 (12)
10. Does financial inclusion alleviate household poverty? Empirical evidence from Indonesia
Issue: Vol. 12, No 2, 2019
Journal: Economics & Sociology
Authors: Taufiq Carnegie Dawood, Hasta Pratama, Raja Masbar, Rustam Effendi
Keywords: financial inclusion, poverty, households, Indonesia, logit model
JEL: G20, O10, O16
235-252 (18)
11. The impact of asymmetric fiscal decentralization on education and health outcomes: Evidence from Papua Province, Indonesia
Issue: Vol. 12, No 2, 2019
Journal: Economics & Sociology
Authors: Annisa Cahyaningsih, Ardyanto Fitrady
Keywords: asymmetric decentralization, synthetic control methods, public service provision, Papua Province, Indonesia
JEL: H71, H72, H75, H77
48-63 (16)
12. Poverty alleviation in the contex of fiscal decentralization in Indonesia
Issue: Vol. 12, No 1, 2019
Journal: Economics & Sociology
Authors: Nursini Nursini, Tawakkal Tawakkal
Keywords: fiscal decentralization, poverty, intergovernmental transfer, own source revenue, regional expenditure, Indonesia, panel data
JEL: H30, H72, I31, I38, O11
270-285 (16)
13. Political connection and tax aggressiveness: A study on the state-owned enterprises registered in Indonesia stock exchange
Issue: Vol. 12, No 1, 2019
Journal: Journal of International Studies
Authors: Pipit Iswari, Eko Arief Sudaryono, Wahyu Widarjo
Keywords: Political connection, tax aggressiveness, a state-owned enterprise, Indonesia, panel regression analysis
JEL: H26, M41, M48
79-92 (14)
14. Money Illusions: Post Redenomination Shopping Behavior
Issue: Vol. 11, No 3, 2018
Journal: Economics & Sociology
Authors: Bulan Prabawani
Keywords: money illusion, spending behavior, redenomination, Indonesia, survey, Cramer’s V-test
JEL: D12, D14
161-169 (9)
15. Social Policies, Social Exclusion & Social Well-Being in Southeast Asia: A Case Study of Papua, Indonesia
Issue: Vol. 11, No 3, 2018
Journal: Economics & Sociology
Authors: Francisia SSE Seda, Lugina Setyawati, Yosef Hilarius Timu Pera, Rika Febriani, Pebriansyah Pebriansyah
Keywords: social policies, social exclusion, social well-being, objective well-being, subjective well-being, Papua, Indonesia
JEL: D60
147-160 (14)
16. Do Education Levels Matter on Indonesian Economic Growth?
Issue: Vol. 11, No 3, 2018
Journal: Economics & Sociology
Authors: David Mendy, Tri Widodo
Keywords: education levels, economic growth, ARDL, Indonesia
JEL: O15, O24
133-146 (14)
17. The Impact of Divisia Money on Monetary Model of Exchange Rate in Indonesia
Issue: Vol. 11, No 2, 2018
Journal: Economics & Sociology
Authors: Choi-Meng Leong, Chin-Hong Puah, Venus Khim-Sen Liew
Keywords: monetary model of exchange rate, Divisia monetary aggregates, bounds testing, Indonesia
JEL: E41, E52, C22
52-63 (12)
18. Knowledge-sharing behavior among banking officers in Indonesia
Issue: Vol. 11, No 2, 2018
Journal: Journal of International Studies
Authors: Muhammad Rasyid Abdillah, Ching-Torng Lin, Rizqa Anita, Bambang Suroto, Hadiyati Hadiyati
Keywords: knowledge management, knowledge-sharing, partial least square analysis, bank employees, Indonesia
JEL: M10, M12
136-153 (18)
19. The Cat’s in the Cradle: 5 Personality Types’ Influence on Work-Family Conflict of Nurses
Issue: Vol. 9, No 3, 2016
Journal: Economics & Sociology
Authors: M. Ikhwan Maulana Haeruddin, Uhud Darmawan Natsir
Keywords: Big 5 personality types, Work-Family Conflict, Nurses, Indonesia, Quantitative
JEL: I18
99-110 (12)