Journal of Islamic Accounting and Finance Research

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ISSN / EISSN : 2715-0429 / 2714-8122
Published by: UIN Walisongo Semarang (10.21580)
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Fajria Zakiyah, Prayogo Prasojoharto, Sepky Mardian
Journal of Islamic Accounting and Finance Research, Volume 3, pp 201-218; https://doi.org/10.21580/jiafr.2021.3.2.9554

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Purpose - This study aims to find empirical evidence of the effect of growth of Third-Party Funds (TPF) on profit growth with the role of the Sharia Supervisory Board (SSB) as moderator in Islamic banks in Indonesia.Method - This research is an associative research with a quantitative approach that used Panel Data Regression and Moderated Regression Analysis (MRA) as the data analysis methods. The research sample was 58 annual financial reports from 14 Islamic Commercial Banks in Indonesia.Result - TPF had a significant positive effect on bank profit growth, but the role of the SSB could not moderate the growth of TPF on the profit growth of Islamic banks.Implication - The implications of this research can strengthen the belief that Islamic banks need to improve the quality of their services and products to maintain the trust of customers and prospective customers to place their funds in Islamic banks.Originality - The difference in this study when compared to other studies is the role of the Sharia Supervisory Board which is positioned as a moderating variable for the growth of Third-Party Funds on profit growth.
Intan Bunga Pertiwi, Taufikur Rahman
Journal of Islamic Accounting and Finance Research, Volume 3, pp 273-292; https://doi.org/10.21580/jiafr.2021.3.2.8673

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Purpose - The purpose of the study is to examine the effect of task complexity and experience on audit judgment with religiosity as moderator on the auditors of the Inspectorate of Semarang Regency and Salatiga City.Method - The data collection of this research was primary by using a questionnaire. The population in this study were all auditors of the Inspectorate of Semarang Regency and Salatiga City. The selection of samples in this study used the purposive sampling technique and selected 45 auditors. The data was processed using IBM Statistics SPSS version 23. The data analysis in this study included the research instrument test (validity and reliability test), classical assumption test (normality, heteroscedasticity, and multicollinearity test), F-test, t-test, and MRA test.Result - The results showed that task complexity and experience partially had a positive and significant effect on audit judgment. The MRA test showed that religiosity did not moderate the effect of task complexity and experience on audit judgment in the auditors of the Inspectorate of Semarang Regency and Salatiga City.Implication - It is expected that auditors consider the religiosity in making audit judgment.Originality - This research is the first study that uses religiosity as a moderator in the relationship between task complexity and experience on audit judgment.
Daniya Adeiza Abdulazeez
Journal of Islamic Accounting and Finance Research, Volume 3, pp 219-240; https://doi.org/10.21580/jiafr.2021.3.2.9351

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Purpose - This study examined the effect of Ownership Structure (Management Shareholding and Ownership Concentration) on the loan quality (LDR) of banks in Nigeria for a period of 10 years (2008-2017). The study utilized data extracted from the annual reports of the fourteen (14) studied banks.Method - Robustness tests were carried out to determine: the existence or otherwise of multi-collinearity, fitness of the model and appropriate regression analysis for the study. Descriptive statistics, correlation and Fixed Effect GLS regression were used to describe and analyze the data.Result - The study found that, ownership structure (ownership concentration and management shareholding) has significant negative effect on loan quality of banks in Nigeria.Implication - The implications of this research is that increased ownership concentration as well as management shareholding can strengthen banks’ loan quality owing to reduced proportion of depositors funds used to finance loan. This could spur confidence in the bank by the general public with regards to the safety of their deposits.Originality - This study is different from other studies that concentrated on the use of ownership structure in relations to various financial performance measurements such as ROA, ROE, NPM among other. In this study, effort was made to consider the financial health of banks owing to the nature of their business (loan).
Dea Feby Septiani, Imam Yahya, Setyo Budi Hartono, Tri Widyastuti Ningsih, Fiina Ishmatul Maula
Journal of Islamic Accounting and Finance Research, Volume 3, pp 177-200; https://doi.org/10.21580/jiafr.2021.3.2.8615

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Purpose - This study aims to determine the effect of intellectual capital and bank risk on the performance of maqashid sharia based Islamic banking in Indonesia (An empirical study on Islamic Commercial Banks registered in Financial Services Authority (OJK) in 2017-2019).Method - This study used secondary data and used the multiple linear regression analysis method. The sample used was the purposive sampling method with the results of 12 Islamic Commercial Bank (BUS) as a sample of 14 BUS populations.Result - The results of this study stated that iB-VACA had a significant adverse effect on MSI variable; iB-VAHU had a positive but not significant effect on MSI variable; iB-STVA had an insignificant negative effect on MSI variable; CAR had an insignificant negative effect on MSI variable, and FDR had a positive but not significant effect on MSI variable.Implication - Islamic banking is advised to optimize its intangible assets and estimate the risks that will occur, as well as to pay attention to its sharia objectives to increase company value and performance.Originality - The secondary data source of this research is obtained from the official website of OJK, and financial report data is obtained from the website of each BUS.
Nida Ulya Sofana, Faris Shalahuddin Zakiy, Muchammad Fauzi, Singgih Muheramtohadi, Najim Nur Fauziah
Journal of Islamic Accounting and Finance Research, Volume 3, pp 241-272; https://doi.org/10.21580/jiafr.2021.3.2.8671

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Purpose - This study aims to obtain empirical evidence regarding the effect of Islamic stock selection based on financial ratios (debt to assets ratio, debt to equity ratio, non-halal income ratio) and corporate governance mechanisms (managerial ownership, independent commissioners, institutional ownership, audit committee) on company earnings quality.Method - The population of this research is all companies that are members of the Indonesian Sharia Stock Index in 2017-2019. The sample selection used purposive sampling method and obtained 67 sample companies. This study uses secondary data with multiple linear regression analysis method.Result - Debt to assets ratio, managerial ownership, institutional ownership, and audit committee have no significant positive effect on earnings quality. The ratio of non-halal income has a negative and significant effect on earnings quality. Meanwhile, the debt to equity ratio and independent commissioners do not have a significant negative effect on earnings quality.Implication - Companies that are members of the Indonesian Sharia Stock Index are expected to be able to improve the quality of their financial reports. On the other hand, investors are expected to find out and study the company's annual report as a material consideration for investment decisions.Originality - The originality of the research is this study intends to develop previous research by examining the selection criteria for sharia shares and corporate governance mechanisms.
Mira Fajrin Sholichatun, Hani Werdi Apriyanti
Journal of Islamic Accounting and Finance Research, Volume 3, pp 293-313; https://doi.org/10.21580/jiafr.2021.3.2.8889

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Purpose - The purpose of this study is to determine the procurement of social assistance program on management accounting practice of MSMEs in food industry sector in Semarang during the Covid-19 pandemic.Method - The population in this study was 17,602 MSMEs in Semarang. The research samples were 144 MSMEs in the food industry sector in Semarang obtained using a non-random sampling technique with a purposive sampling method. The data were then processed using descriptive analysis, data quality test, classic assumption test, simple regression analysis, and hypothesis test with IBM SPSS 25 software.Result - The results show that procurement of social assistance program affected management accounting practice of MSMEs in the food industry sector in Semarang during the Covid-19 pandemic.Implication - The results show that with the support provided by the government and financial institutions in the form of social assistance programs to MSMEs had positive impacts by encouraging MSMEs to implement management accounting practices during the covid-19 pandemic.Originality - Procurement of Social Assistance Program is an independent variable which is later expected to be able to overcome MSME problems due to the financing faced by MSMEs in Semarang in response to the impact of Covid-19 pandemic.
Choirul Huda, Ratno Agriyanto, Herwening Sindu Lestari, Bill Pangayow
Journal of Islamic Accounting and Finance Research, Volume 3, pp 155-176; https://doi.org/10.21580/jiafr.2021.3.2.8609

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Purpose - This study aims to examine the effect of financial distress as a moderator of the effect of audit opinion and public accounting firm (KAP) size on auditor switching in companies listed on the Jakarta Islamic Index (JII) for the 2014-2019 period.Method - This study uses a sample of companies listed on the Jakarta Islamic Index (JII) for the 2014-2019 period. The number of companies sampled in this study were 12 companies. In this study, the researchers used a quantitative type of model and used the Statistical Package for Social Science (SPSS) version 16 for analyzing the data.Result - The results show that audit opinion and public accounting firm size have no effect on auditor switching, financial distress is not able to moderate the effect of audit opinion with auditor switching, and financial distress is not able to moderate the relationship between public accounting firm size and auditor switching.Implication - For stakeholders in motivating management to retain or replace auditors from various factors that are considered including audit opinion, public accounting firm size and financial distress.Originality - The object used in this study is a list of companies registered on JII. There is a 2-year additional period from the previous study, which was 4 years to 6 years. The measuring instrument for the financial distress variable used in this study is the Altman Z-score.
Hafidz Ridloi
Journal of Islamic Accounting and Finance Research, Volume 3, pp 75-90; https://doi.org/10.21580/jiafr.2021.3.1.7318

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Purpose - This study aims to assess the role of CPA Firms related to the quality control system in maintaining the professional skepticism level of auditors affecting the quality of audits provided by the Public Accountants.Method - Population and samples used in this research were the whole auditors working for the CPA Firms in Semarang. The researcher collected the samples using a purposive sampling technique. The number of samples in this study was 31 auditors. The researcher collected the data using online questionnaires sent through email to each CPA Firm. Data analysis was conducted using a Structural Equation Modeling - Partial Least Square (SEM-PLS) with WarpPLS 4.0 software.Result - The results of this study indicated that the quality control system did not affect the auditor’s professional skepticism. Peer review did not moderate the quality control system. The auditor's professional skepticism variable has a significant effect on audit quality. Then, quality control system did not affect audit quality through auditor’s professional skepticism.Implication - To maintain audit quality, CPA Firms in Semarang needs to improve the competence, experience, and professionalism of auditors performing the audit assignments that the professional skepticism of the concerned personnel can be properly maintained.Originality - This study has presented a moderating variable in the relationship between peer review and quality control system affecting professional skepticism.
Hani Werdi Apriyanti, Muhamad Arifin
Journal of Islamic Accounting and Finance Research, Volume 3, pp 27-52; https://doi.org/10.21580/jiafr.2021.3.1.7412

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Purpose - This study aims to examine the effect of capital intensity, inventory intensity, corporate social responsibility and good corporate governance on tax aggressiveness. Good corporate governance variables used in this study were proxied with independent commissioners and audit commitments.Method - This research focused on manufacturing companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange in the period of 2016-2018. 177 samples were collected using a purposive sampling technique from 59 companies over an observation period of 3 consecutive years. The samples were then analyzed using a multiple linear regression.Result - The results of this study show that capital intensity has a positive and significant effect on tax aggressiveness, inventory intensity has a positive but not significant effect on tax aggressiveness, corporate social responsibility has no positive and significant effect on tax aggressiveness, Independent commissioner has a positive and significant effect on tax aggressiveness, and audit committee has a negative but significant effect on tax aggressiveness.Implication - The results show that the company with high capital intensity tends to be more aggressive on tax. Therefore, the tax authorities must be aware to companies with these characteristics.Originality - The addition of corporate social responsibility and good corporate governance as independent variables are thought to be related to the company’s tax aggressiveness.
Dwi Luvira Oktavianingsih, Otniel Safkaur, Pascalina V. S. Sesa
Journal of Islamic Accounting and Finance Research, Volume 3, pp 53-74; https://doi.org/10.21580/jiafr.2021.3.1.7715

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Purpose - This study aims to empirically test and analyze the influence of information content of cash flow statements, Dividend Payout Ratio (DPR), Economic Value Added (EVA) Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) on the trading volume of empirical study stocks in manufacturing companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange from 2014 to 2018. Method - The number of samples used in this study was 169 taken from financial report on idx. The analytical techniques used were multiple regressions in order to obtain a comprehensive picture of the relationship between variable and each other. This research used a quantitative approach with its research population of companies included in the manufacturing sector listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange in 2014- 2018..Result - Based on the results of this study, investment cash flow and Dividend Payout Ratio (DPR) significantly influenced the trading volume of stocks. Meanwhile, operating cash flow, funding cash flow, Economic Value Added (EVA) and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) had no significant effect on stock trading volume.Implication - This research is suggested to improve development of trading volume in investor decision making for investment and for companys’ performance assessment.Originality - This research is the study that used content of cash flow resporting information, dividend payout ratio, economic value added, corporate social responsibility on stock trading volume.
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