Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Economy and Management Study

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EISSN : 2708-9711
Published by: Asian Multicultural Research Study (10.47616)
Total articles ≅ 48

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Mahsun Mahsun, Rizal Kurniansah Rizal
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Economy and Management Study, Volume 2, pp 25-32;

The hospitality industry is an industry that prioritizes service for its guests, to provide the best service, of course, it requires superior, competent, and professional human resources in their field. To get HR with these criteria, of course, there are various efforts that can be made by every hotel company. The purpose of this study is to describe efforts to develop superior human resources in the hospitality industry, through this development it can provide an overview for hotel leaders in developing their human resources so that competent human resources are created in their fields who are able to provide the best service to guests. This type of research is qualitative research with the method of Data collection used is a literature study. Based on the results of the discussions that have been described, in an effort to build superior human resources in the hospitality industry, companies can make various efforts, including conducting recruitment and selection properly and fairly, providing opportunities for every employee to carry out education and training activities, providing opportunities for Career development for each employee, employees are able to cooperate with each other within the company, create a good and conducive work environment, improve technology capabilities for each employee, reward employees who excel and contribute positively to the progress of the company.
Jideofor Nnennaya Joy, Michah Chukwuemeka Okafor, Josephine Adanma Nmesirionye
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Economy and Management Study, Volume 2, pp 1-10;

The research investigates the relationship between governmental capital spending and economic development in Nigeria. Several issues of the Central Bank of Nigeria's statistics bulletin were used in the research, which yielded a large amount of data. The data was submitted to a unit root test, which was performed using the Augmented Dickey fuller (ADF) method, in order to determine its time series characteristics. The variables' socioeconomic characteristics were obtained via the use of descriptive statistics. Because of the varying order of integration seen in the unit root, cointegration and regression analysis were carried out utilizing the ARDL- Autoregressive Distributed Lag method, which is an acronym for Autoregressive Distributed Lag. The results show that public capital investment has a negative and statistically significant (tcal = -2.6996) impact on the Nigerian economy, as assessed by the GDP growth rate, according to the data. The results demonstrate that when capital expenditures in Nigeria get the attention they deserve, they have the potential to contribute to economic development in the country. This research recommends that the government manage capital spending in an appropriate manner in order to enhance the nation's productive capacity and accelerate economic development in light of the results.
Wim J Winowatan Winowatan, I Putu Suarta, Murdiani Sukarana
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Economy and Management Study, Volume 2, pp 33-38;

This study aims to determine consumer satisfaction with barista services. The method in this study is qualitative using a descriptive approach. The method of data collection in this study was done through observation, interviews with a list of questions and documentation. The results of the study show that consumer satisfaction with barista services in general is satisfied with the barista services and coffee drinks served, but most of the guests who visit are only coffee drinkers, not coffee connoisseurs. This needs to be followed up so that consumers or guests can better understand the existence and services of Baristas, this is because consumers or guests are only coffee drinkers, not coffee connoisseurs and only choose the type of coffee provided. The existence of the Barista and the services available at the cafe only provide coffee based on the needs of consumers or guests and there is still a lack of availability of very limited and expensive equipment that must be spent for each equipment needed.
Muhtar Lutfi, Eko Jokolelono, Armin Muis, Yunus Sading
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Economy and Management Study, Volume 2, pp 11-24;

This study aims to identify the social capital, co-production, and sustainability of KUD (Village Unit Cooperatives) business. It used descriptive research design using primary data obtained from KUD administrators and KUD members through the focus group discussion (FGD). It used FGD because in general KUD activities stopped after being affected by the natural disasters on September 28, 2018, and during the Covid 19 pandemic so that most of the KUD administrators and members were inactive and difficult to find. The findings of this study showed that (1) some KUD businesses have decreased the number of active KUD members, reduced income and SHU (net income) of KUD members due to the natural disasters that damage property and livelihoods of community members, especially members of KUD; (2) The active participation of KUD members has significantly decreased; (3) Only half of the number of KUDs are still running their activities; and (4) Overal, the social capital, co-production, and sustainability variables of KUD business are low.
Rahis Rahman, Mehmood Faheem, Zeda Peerzada
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Economy and Management Study, Volume 2, pp 1-5;

This study aims at Analysis of Sales Predictions from the Point of View of the Increase in Daily Newspaper Sales. The methods of this research is gather evidence through a variety of approaches, including library analysis and field research. This paper makes use of both qualitative and quantitative evidence. Primary data sources, namely data collected from respondents or direct interviews with business executives, specifically about marketing strategies, especially those relating to promotion. Secondary evidence. Promotional operations are carried out optimally, which is facilitated by sufficient costs, especially in potential areas. Apart from repeat buyers, the organization offers its goods in store, which enables the company to monitor its output figures accurately and seamlessly.
Wu Hsing-Lee
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Economy and Management Study, Volume 2, pp 48-60;

The aim of this analysis was to ascertain the degree to which the Head of the Integrated Business Services Office's Leadership Style affects the efficacy of the Integrated Business Services Office's management. In data analysis, a descriptive study of one variable was performed to determine the percentage trend of each test variable; second, the commodity moment correlation formula was used to analyze variable relationships; and third, a basic equation model was used to analyze the impact relationship between the independent and dependent variables. The data for this study were processed using a micro statistical program with the assistance of a computer program. The data analysis and interpretation of the study's hypotheses indicate that there is a significant relationship and influence between the variable leadership style of the Integrated Business Services Office's Head and the effectiveness of the Integrated Business Services Office's management, at the 5% significance level or P = 0, 05, respectively.
Supriyanto Supriyanto, Amiartuti Kusmaningtyas, Riyadi Nugroho
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Economy and Management Study, Volume 2, pp 22-28;

This study aims to discuss the relationship between competence and job satisfaction on the performance of private Madrasah Tsanawiyah teachers in the city of Surabaya. The research method used is the type of research used that is explanatory with a quantitative approach with a sample size of 244 of 628 teachers from 44 private Madrasah Tsanawiyah in the city of Surabaya). The results showed that teachers’ competence had an effect on teachers’ job satisfaction with a value of 0.184. Teachers’ competence affected teachers’performance with a value of 0.118. Teachers’ job satisfaction affected teachers’ performance with a value of 0.222. Teachers’ job satisfaction on teachers’ performance showed a high influence with a CR value of 2.772 (greater than 2.00) and a significance level (p-value) of 0.006 (less than 5%). It can be concluded that teachers’ competence affected teachers’ job satisfaction and teachers’ competence affected teachers’ performance. Teachers’ job satisfaction had a strong effect on teachers’ performance.
Franciscus Musa Royan, Dyah Sawitri, Slamet Riyadi
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Economy and Management Study, Volume 2, pp 69-78;

In this study the researchers chose the research object, namely a building material trading company in Sampit, Central Kalimantan named PT. Samudra Mas Group. The urgency of this study is to determine whether the multi-channel retailing variable, cooperation synergy and accounting information systems affect business development strategies and ultimately have an impact on company performance. This is to ensure the use of a business development strategy for the next 5 years. The study was conducted using respondents who are employees of PT. Samudra Mas Group, which has director positions to middle management and has the authority to make decisions in company operations. Respondents amounted to 70 people. This research measurement method using Smart PLS Professional 3.0. Pulling data by observation, interviews and distributing questionnaires. The results showed that multi-channel retailing, synergy of cooperation and accounting information systems significantly influence business development strategies. As well as a business development strategy to mediate multi-channel retailing that affects business performance.
Okafor M. C, Raphael S Etim, Udeme Okon Efanga
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Economy and Management Study, Volume 2, pp 102-116;

One of the primary goals of this study was to explore how a budget review approach may affect Nigeria's economic development. The reasoning was that the Nigerian economy was being challenged by a variety of imbalances in budget creation and implementation. The study strategy was based on events that occurred after the study was completed, and the data used in the study came from the Central Bank Statistical Bulletin and the Federal Ministry of Finance. A model was constructed based on both empirical and theoretical investigations in order to achieve this broad goal. The HDI, which was utilized as a measure of development, was the dependent variable in the model. The government's capital budget, recurrent budget, and the speed of annual budget implementation were the other independent variables in the model. They examined data using the Auto Regressive Distributed Lag (ARDL) Model, diagnostic tests such as the test of normality, auto correlation test, and heteroskedasticity test, which proved the validity and reliability of the model they chose; inferential results reveal that the use of budget evaluation had a positive and significant impact on the Nigerian economy. According to the study's suggestions, Nigeria's government should try to increase capital and recurrent expenditures in its annual budget, both of which have a significant impact on economic development. Finally, the government should work to build budget monitoring and review infrastructure that will aid in the effective implementation of large budget expenditures while also ensuring compliance with legal procedures.
Hsu Yu Shin, May Shun Mynt
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Economy and Management Study, Volume 2, pp 16-21;

Changes in the world require a company to make innovations that are necessary in order to survive the onslaught of other companies' innovations, especially similar companies. a new economic concept that focuses on information and creativity that relies on creative ideas and knowledge from human resources for the main production factors. Creative economynowadays it is increasingly being carried out by the people, especially the younger generation in country because they feel this is a profession that is suitable to be done. Information technology is also needed in the distribution, promotion and sales transaction processes so that the process runs more effectively and efficiently. The potential for the development of this industry is due to several factors, namely the development of information technology as the main factor develops rapidly, access to information centers via the internet is much easier, the social innovation process runs smoothly, each region has a unique local cultural potential and the openness of society to modern culture, there are sources of knowledge such as many campuses that are a source of quality human resources, have high creativity and innovation.
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