SRIWIJAYA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DYNAMIC ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS

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ISSN / EISSN : 2581-2904 / 2581-2912
Current Publisher: Faculty of Economics, Universitas Sriwijaya (10.29259)
Total articles ≅ 88
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Helma Malini, Alifah Nurrahmani Putri
SRIWIJAYA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DYNAMIC ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS, Volume 4, pp 175-190; doi:10.29259/sijdeb.v4i3.175-190

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Financial integration in the ASEAN Economic community (AEC) by 2020 forces Islamic banks in Indonesia and Malaysia to be more competitive and have market power domestically and internationally to ensure business sustainability and increase assets rapidly in order to boost market share of Islamic banking in Indonesia and Malaysia. Islamic bank market competitiveness and power will determine the returns, investment, asset and trust of Islamic banks. The study uses data from 10 Islamic banks in Indonesia and Malaysia. The result confirmed that Islamic banking in Indonesia are characterized by the monopolize industry and Islamic bank in Malaysia are characterized by oligopoly Industry.
L. Wardhana, Fani Pramuditya, Elton Buyung Satriyanto
SRIWIJAYA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DYNAMIC ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS, Volume 4, pp 211-228; doi:10.29259/sijdeb.v4i3.211-228

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This study investigates the role of microfinance from small-sized banks, usually with a limited geographical area of operation, in Indonesia, namely Bank Perkreditan Rakyat (BPR) on the income inequality. Using a province level panel data of 2012-2018 the results show that loans from such a bank are associated with income inequality reduction, supporting the arguments that microfinance contributes to income inequality reduction. This study has an important policy implication regarding the existence of BPR in Indonesia.
Peter Igbaudumhe Sede
SRIWIJAYA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DYNAMIC ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS, Volume 4, pp 191-210; doi:10.29259/sijdeb.v4i3.191-210

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The slow reduction in maternal mortality rate in Sub-Saharan Africa is a serious cause for policy concern. This has not only retained the sub region in the web of leading region in high rate of reproductive health challenges but spells signals of poverty and low economic growth. The study therefore, examined the efficacy of health expenditure targeting and financial protection in reducing maternal mortality in 44 Sub-Saharan Africa countries. The study adopts fixed effect panel data modelling technique. Results show that financial protection is correctly signed but not statistically significant while relative health expenditure targeting is both correctly signed and statistically significant in reducing maternal mortality. Recommendation is that health expenditure should generally be increased so as to increase the slope of decrease in maternal mortality rate in Sub-Saharan Africa and health expenditure should be more targeted against GDP as common denominator.
Dewita Puspawati, Rita Wijayanti, Novel Idris Abas
SRIWIJAYA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DYNAMIC ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS, Volume 4, pp 229-240; doi:10.29259/sijdeb.v4i3.229-240

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The development of ISR in Indonesia is still relatively slow. Several previous studies have proven that all the Sharia banks in the research sample have not achieved 100% implementation and disclosure of ISR. This study uses several independent variables, namely company size, profitability, liquidity, leverage, sharia supervisory board, audit committee, board of commisioners. Based on the results of the previous research, there is still a research gap that occurs. This study used a sample of 13 Sharia Commercial Banks in 2016-2019. The results show that the variables of company size, profitability, liquidity, leverage, and the board of commissioners affect the level of ISR disclosure. Meanwhile, the sharia supervisory board and audit committee did not affect the level of ISR disclosure.
Budi Setiawan
SRIWIJAYA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DYNAMIC ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS, Volume 4, pp 161-74; doi:10.29259/sijdeb.v4i3.161-74

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The trade war between the US and China by imposing tariffs has the potential to affect global financial stability. As the largest economy in the world, the US and China had been trading goods and services globally. Then, when these countries have retaliated, the tariff war will affect the global supply chain, international trade, economy, and the stock market. This research examined the effect of the US-China trade war on ASEAN stock prices using an event-study approach. The result shows that the ASEAN stock market has positive abnormal returns during pre-event period (12%). In contrast, ASEAN stock markets shifted to negative abnormal return (-7.4%) in the short-term window, indicating that the stock market is efficient. Stock price reflects the information from the market quickly. However, the impact of the trade war on the ASEAN stock market is insignificant.
Irma Idayati, Indrawati Mara Kesuma, Ronal Aprianto, Suwarno Suwarno
SRIWIJAYA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DYNAMIC ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS, Volume 4, pp 241-252; doi:10.29259/sijdeb.v4i3.241-252

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The objective of this research is to find out the highest percentage of respondents' answers from the level of service quality as measured by the level of reality and expectations of the community according to the dimensions of Tangible, Emphaty, Reliability, Responsiveness, and Assurance (TERRA) of each service in the environment of Lubuklinggau municipal government. Based on the results of the calculation of the frequency of service quality variables on the reality and expectations of the community, all dimensions of service quality are show that on the average community answers satisfied while viewed from the expectations of the average community the answer is very important. The results of the Chi-Square calculation of service quality variables Towards the reality and expectations of the community seen from the Tangible, Reliability and Responsiveness of the Chi-Square calculation results of all Offices / Agencies there is no difference in Tangible dimensions to the reality and expectations of the community, it's just that the Office of National Unity and Politics of Lubuklinggau has differences in the dimensions of Tangible, Reliability and Responsiveness to the realities and expectations of society as well as seen from Emphaty and Assurance: the results of the Chi-Square calculation of all Offices / Agencies, there is no difference in the dimensions of Emphaty and Assurance to the reality and expectations of society.
SRIWIJAYA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DYNAMIC ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS, Volume 4, pp 21-30; doi:10.29259/sijdeb.v4i1.21-30

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This research purpose is to examine the effect of brand ambassador to consumer decision using the VisCAP indicator (Visual, Credibility, Attraction, and Power aspect). Using a descriptive design with a single cross-sectional. The samples were taken from 203 people, who had watched the advertisement and had visited the online market. The object of research is an Indonesian young famous singer, Isyana Sarasvati, who become a brand ambassador of Tokopedia (one of the largest online store in Indonesia). Regarding VisCAP indicators are used to measure the brand ambassador’s performance, Credibility is an important thing that influences purchase intention from the brand ambassador of Tokopedia, while the others are insignificant. Brand Ambassador produces differences in variables that influence purchase intention. The marketplace could use ambassador to influence consumer decisions, but they have to realize that every ambassador has different characters and variables that could influence consumer decisions. This paper offers originality such as Indicators on VisCAP that influence purchase intention on Indonesia people could be different on each of the ambassadors. And this paper proposes a future research ide such as develop new research by using transfer meaning approach that could analyze whether the values possessed by ambassadors can spread to products and accepted by consumers.
Wahyu Rafdinal, Agri Qisthi, Sharnuke Asrilsyak
SRIWIJAYA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DYNAMIC ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS, Volume 4, pp 43-56; doi:10.29259/sijdeb.v4i1.43-56

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This study aims to analyze the factors in mobile game adoption that are influenced by game features and technology acceptance models. Partial least square is used to analyze the relationship between game features, perceived ease of use, perceived usefulness, attitude, and intention to play mobile games. This study uses a sample of 408 respondents who have played mobile games in the past month. The results showed that game features are a determinant of intention to play mobile games. Game features also affect players' intentions and attitudes to play mobile games if the game features are easy to play and useful when played. Increasing mobile adoption requires features that are easy to play and useful if played. It will affect the player's attitude and intention to play. Game developers, game designers and game companies must create game features that create a pleasant experience for gamers. This study bridges the gap in the literature on mobile game adoption by explaining the relationship between game features and technology adoption.
Muhamad Fathul Muin, Jumadi, Amalia Kusuma Wardini
SRIWIJAYA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DYNAMIC ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS, Volume 4, pp 57-72; doi:10.29259/sijdeb.v4i1.57-72

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One of the purposes of the establishment of SOEs is to become a source of funding for the state. But unfortunately, the losses and potential bankruptcy is still a business challenge to date. Therefore, the aims of this research to analyze the SOEs’ financial performance and the factors that affected profitability. The analysis method used is panel data regression involving 118 financial data companies in the year of 2012-2016. The variables used consisted of return on assets (ROA), total asset growth (TAG), current ratio (CR), total assets turnover (TATO), and debt to equity ratio (DER). After eliminating the outlier data and use other statistical tests, a fixed-model effect (FEM) was obtained. Based on the analysis result, the effect of TAG, CR, and TATO is positive and significant on the ROA. Meanwhile, the effect of the DER is not significant on ROA. This model is able to explain the variation of the dependent variable of 92,40 percent.
Budi Setiawan
SRIWIJAYA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DYNAMIC ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS, Volume 4, pp 73-86; doi:10.29259/sijdeb.v4i1.73-86

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Financial knowledge plays a pivotal role to survive in modern society. The study measures the financial literacy level of public and private university students in Indonesia by distributing an online questionnaire to 608 respondents. The questions of financial literacy refer to the Standard & Poor’s Rating Services, which covered three subjects, namely numeracy and compound interest, inflation, and risk diversification. For this purpose, the level of financial literacy was conducted using descriptive statistics (Eviews). The result shows that there is 12% of the respondents from public universities answered all questions correctly, which is relatively high compared to private university students are at 10%. In addition, more than half of respondents are able to answer the question about numeracy and compound interest correctly, and inflation is 39%. On the other hand, the score is only 27% for the correct answer related to risk diversification. Financial illiteracy consequences are poor financial decisions that can impact their future finance.
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