Jurnal Maksipreneur: Manajemen, Koperasi, dan Entrepreneurship

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ISSN / EISSN : 2089-550X / 2527-6638
Published by: Universitas Proklamasi 45 Yogyakarta (10.30588)
Total articles ≅ 142
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Bustani Bustani, Kurniaty Kurniaty, Rahmi Widyanti
Jurnal Maksipreneur: Manajemen, Koperasi, dan Entrepreneurship, Volume 11, pp 1-18; https://doi.org/10.30588/jmp.v11i1.810

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Fundamental analysis of companies with financial ratios is essential in making investment decisions for any company. Therefore, to obtain maximum profit, investors need to perform a study before making investment decisions. This research aims to examine the effect of Earning Per Share (EPS), Price to Book Value (PBV), Dividend Payout Ratio (DPR), and Net Profit Margin (NPM) on the stock price. The research at the Indonesia Stock Exchange, a sub-sector of food and beverage companies, period five years (2014-2018). The sample of this study amounted to 12 companies from 26 companies in the population of food and beverage companies that have met the researchers' criteria. Data analysis with bootstrapping used SEM (statistical equation modeling) in hypothesis testing. The research findings confirmed the significant effect of Earning per Share, Price to Book Value, and Dividend Payout Ratio on stock prices. Meanwhile, the Net Profit Margin does not significantly affect stock prices in the study period, with an alpha significance of five percent. These findings imply practical implications that EPS, PBV, DPR, and NPM ratio information can be considered in investment decisions for anyone.
Megamawarni Megamawarni, Aliah Pratiwi
Jurnal Maksipreneur: Manajemen, Koperasi, dan Entrepreneurship, Volume 11, pp 47-68; https://doi.org/10.30588/jmp.v11i1.829

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The rapid technological developments have an impact on the opening of global trade opportunities so that banks that carry out intermediary functions in the financial sector will be increasingly needed. The purpose of this study was to analyze the effect of financial ratio and company growth on the stock price of banks with the status of State-Owned Enterprises (SOE) listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) with Dividend Payout Ratio (DPR) as an intervening variable. This study is quantitative research with an associative approach. The research population includes 44 banking companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX). The sample in this study amounted to four banks. The sampling technique used is purposive sampling. This study uses secondary data with data analysis methods used multiple linear regression analysis, partial test (t-test), and path analysis with the help of the SPSS version 23 application. This study indicates that DER significantly affects DPR, while ROE and company growth do not affect DPR. Furthermore, the DPR has a significant effect on stock prices, while DER and ROE have a significant effect on stock prices through the Dividend Payout Ratio (DPR), and company growth does not affect stock prices mediated by the Dividend Payout Ratio (DPR).
Shita Lusi Wardhani, Manggar Wulan Kusuma
Jurnal Maksipreneur: Manajemen, Koperasi, dan Entrepreneurship, Volume 11, pp 90-104; https://doi.org/10.30588/jmp.v11i1.782

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The Covid-19 outbreak and the enactment of restrictions on community activities have had many impacts, one of which is the change in teaching methods from offline learning or face-to-face activities to online learning or distance learning. These changes can affect the learning process, especially subjects related to business practices, such as entrepreneurship. In online learning, several factors contribute to the successful delivery of online courses. However, little is known about the impact of these factors on Indonesian students' interest in entrepreneurship. Therefore, the purpose of this study was to examine the effect of personal attitude and e-learning on interest in entrepreneurship in the Covid-19 pandemic era. Data was collected through an online survey of 190 students who were taking entrepreneurship courses at selected universities in Yogyakarta. Data collected through online surveys were analyzed using Smart Partial Least Square (SmartPLS) 3.0. The results of this study found that interest in entrepreneurship is significantly influenced by personal attitude and e-learning. This study also found that perceived learning was not able to moderate the effect of e-learning on entrepreneurial interest.
Bambang Arianto, Andriya Risdwiyanto
Jurnal Maksipreneur: Manajemen, Koperasi, dan Entrepreneurship, Volume 11, pp 19-46; https://doi.org/10.30588/jmp.v11i1.636

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This study aims to determine the role of netizen actors on social media in the digital marketing of a product brand, like #HondaBeAT. Nowadays, the use of social media to exchange information is increasing for the dissemination of messages and other contents. In the digital marketing ecosystem, social media plays an important role in introducing products, enhancing a positive image, and building relationships with customers. The use of social media platforms, such as Twitter and Instagram, has attracted the attention of the younger generation, especially the millennial generation (Y) and the post-millennial generation (Z). The level of effectiveness of digital marketing is also influenced and determined by the progress of netizen actors, such as followers, influencers, and buzzers. Their role is increasingly important to convey information more effectively through various product and service brand content on various social media platforms. This study uses a qualitative approach to analyze data from social media conversations on Twitter and Instagram within a certain period of time with the help of the Drone Emprit Academic (DEA) application. This research reveals the progress of netizen actors on the company’s official accounts of Twitter and Instagram as a basic understanding for designing and compiling digital marketing strategies using product brand hashtags. This study also found that the netizen actors studied had their respective roles in strengthening the delivery of messages and content on social media.
Suci Susilawati, Nafisah Nurulrahmatiah
Jurnal Maksipreneur: Manajemen, Koperasi, dan Entrepreneurship, Volume 11, pp 69-89; https://doi.org/10.30588/jmp.v11i1.833

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The financial performance of a bank can be measured through ROA. Bank Indonesia as a supervisory and supervisory institution prioritizes greater profitability, namely the Return on Asset (ROA) of a bank, so banks need to know what factors can affect the ROA of a bank. This study was conducted to analyze the effect of Non Performing Loans (NPL) and Loan to Deposit Ratio (LDR) on Return on Assets (ROA) with Net Interest Margin (NIM) as a mediating variable. The sample of this research consists of Bank Mandiri, Bank BNI, Bank BRI, and Bank BTN for the period 2015-2019. The research methods used include descriptive statistical analysis, outer model analysis, and inner model analysis. The results of this study indicate that NPL does not affect NIM, while LDR has a significant effect on NIM. Furthermore, NPL has a significant effect on ROA, while LDR does not affect ROA. This study also proves that NIM has a significant effect on ROA, but NIM does not mediate the effect of NPL on ROA, and NIM can mediate the effect of LDR on ROA.
, Arbhie Nugraha Hanafi
Jurnal Maksipreneur: Manajemen, Koperasi, dan Entrepreneurship, Volume 10, pp 211-226; https://doi.org/10.30588/jmp.v10i2.704

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This study aims to determine the effect of the information source’s credibility and characteristic towards opinion leadership, and the effect of opinion leadership on consumer behavioral intention in social media Instagram. The population in this study were all social media users who use Instagram as their fashion reference. The total sample used in this study was 168 people. The sampling method used in this research is purposive sampling. The result obtained from this study indicates that credibility and characteristic have a significant and positive effect on opinion leadership, and opinion leadership has a significant and positive effect on the intention to interact and intention to follow the advice.
Lestari Lestari, Atty Erdiana
Jurnal Maksipreneur: Manajemen, Koperasi, dan Entrepreneurship, Volume 10, pp 227-241; https://doi.org/10.30588/jmp.v10i2.727

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This study purposed to compare the Risk and Return between Islamic and conventional stocks listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange. The object of this research is sharia and conventional stocks listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange. The sampling method used in this study was purposive sampling with a sample size of 50 Islamic stocks and 50 conventional stocks. This research focused on the study of Islamic and conventional stock price data from 2015 to 2018. The analysis technique used to test the level of differences in risk and return in Islamic and conventional stock groups was the independent sample t-test. The results showed that there was no significant difference between the average return on Islamic and conventional stocks. Meanwhile, the results of the risk comparison of the two groups of stocks were heterogeneous (not the same) so that the risk of the two stocks cannot be compared.
Khaerunisa Harsono
Jurnal Maksipreneur: Manajemen, Koperasi, dan Entrepreneurship, Volume 10, pp 278-292; https://doi.org/10.30588/jmp.v10i2.774

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The purpose of this research is to examine the effect of the minimum capital adequacy ratio, the ratio of non-performing loans, operating costs and operating income, and company size on profitability. This research was conducted in the banking industry listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange from 2015 to 2019. This research was conducted in the banking industry listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (BEI). This study used a purposive sampling method in determining the research sample. The results of this study found that the capital adequacy ratio, operating expenses and operating income (BOPO) of the bank, and Non-performing loan ratio had a significant effect on profitability. On the other hand, company size has no significant effect on the profitability of banks listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange for the period 2015-2019.
, Aeda Ernawati, Siti Qorrotu Aini
Jurnal Maksipreneur: Manajemen, Koperasi, dan Entrepreneurship, Volume 10, pp 196-210; https://doi.org/10.30588/jmp.v10i2.724

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Revitalization is one of the government programs to re-empower rural cooperative (KUD) in Indonesia. Revitalization for inactive KUD has the purpose to reactivate KUD although the outcome is highly dependent on the conditions of the KUD as well as the internal support of the KUD. This study was conducted in two inactive KUDs in Pati Regency, Central Java namely KUD Sedyo Rukun Juwana and KUD Sukolilo. The research uses a qualitative approach with a case study design. Interviews and focus group discussion (FGD) was performed to collect data. The study aims to describe the conditions and the implementation of a revitalization program in both KUD. The results showed that both KUDs do not play a role as cooperative anymore. One of the indicators is that both KUDs has not carried out annual member meetings (RAT) for more than three years. Revitalization of KUD Sedyo Rukun Juwana was conducted by reorganizing and strengthening institutions through RAT. Conversely, the activation of KUD Sukolilo is nearly possible due to the complexity of the problem within the KUD. Liquidation of KUD Sukolilo can be an option to make clear the status of KUD. However, from a legal perspective, KUD Sukolilo cannot be dissolved because they experienced an inability to pay bad credit from the government.
Puji Astuti, Rochmi Widayanti, Ratna Damayanti
Jurnal Maksipreneur: Manajemen, Koperasi, dan Entrepreneurship, Volume 10, pp 164-180; https://doi.org/10.30588/jmp.v10i2.628

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A village fund program is a form of government concern for the development of rural areas. The management of village funds consists of five stages, namely planning, implementation, managing, reporting, and responsibility, which should be based on the principles of good governance. The Cepogo Village Government, Cepogo District, Boyolali Regency, in Central Java Province is one of the village governments in Indonesia that has implemented the principles of good governance in managing village funds. This study aims to see how the implementation of the principles of transparency and accountability in the management of village funds by the Cepogo Village Government to achieve good governance standards. This study uses a descriptive qualitative approach. The data collection technique used was direct interviews with a semi-structured method. The participants of this study were the Village Head of Administration, Village Secretary, Village Treasurer, and staff of the Administration Section for managing the village fund who are responsible for managing it. The results showed that the planning and implementation of Village Fund Program activities had shown accountable and transparent management. In terms of accountability, both physical and management activities, it has shown that the implementation is accountable and transparent.
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