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)
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Anisa Juliarti, Dedi Hariyanto, Farah Juniati Meutianingrum
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Economy and Management Study, Volume 3, pp 7-13; https://doi.org/10.47616/jamrems.v3i3.320

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This study aims to analyze the financial performance of the Kubu Raya Regency Government using the Effectiveness Ratio Analysis, Efficiency Ratio, Fiscal Decentralization Ratio, and Regional Financial Dependency Ratio. This study uses quantitative research, with secondary data in the form of the Kubu Raya Regency Government Budget Realization Report 2018-2020 obtained using a documentation study. The results showed that the Effectiveness Ratio resulted in an average of 101.12%, which means that it is classified as very effective. Furthermore, the Efficiency Ratio is 86.08%, which means that it is classified as an efficient criterion. Then the Fiscal Decentralization Ratio is 33.34%, which means that it is classified as moderate. And the average Regional Financial Dependency Ratio is 79.13%, which means it is classified as very high criteria. The implication of the results of this study is that the Kubu Raya Regency Government should further explore the existing regional potential in order to increase PAD, so as to reduce regional financial dependence in the implementation of fiscal decentralization in the following years.
Nguyen Dinh Trung, Nguyen Trong Diep, Le Ngoc Nuong, Dinh Tran Ngoc Huy, Pham Thi Hong Nhung
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Economy and Management Study, Volume 3, pp 1-6; https://doi.org/10.47616/jamrems.v3i3.332

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Building a university design regulations and standards is not only necessary for units in the industry but also contributes to bringing to society modern educational models, suitable to the economic conditions of the country. The standard applies to the design, renovation and new design of university buildings throughout Vietnam, based on the document issued by the Ministry of Construction No. TCVN 3981:1985. This paper also suggest: Improve the quality of the teaching /lecture service staff. First, Develop a reasonable monitoring, evaluation and reward mechanism to motivate people to work hard; Second, Each faculty member on duty has a job description with clear responsibilities, rights and obligations; Third, Conduct ongoing training. It is necessary to regularly organize training and training courses on serving, communicating, and dealing with customers.
Abdu Rahman
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Economy and Management Study, Volume 3, pp 38-48; https://doi.org/10.47616/jamrems.v3i2.328

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The purpose of the study was to determine what percentage of Maros Regency's overall revenue may be attributable to the tourism sector in the area, and to compute that percentage. For the purpose of this analysis, a methodology known as descriptive quantitative research was used. Quantifiable information was able to be extracted from the plethora of interconnected sources as a direct consequence of this. The results of this study indicate that the tourism business provides a significant contribution to the revenue of the towns that are situated within the Maros region. The huge number of travelers, both domestic and foreign, is evidence that the tourism industry, which includes the Rammang-Rammang Destination, is a popular tourist destination. This is shown by the high number of tourists.
Timiro Faaiso, Shacni Sareeya
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Economy and Management Study, Volume 3, pp 1-7; https://doi.org/10.47616/jamrems.v3i2.273

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This study intends to create and assess market-driven value chain management solutions by using a comprehensive marketing strategy to identify the primary bottlenecks and opportunities in the cattle value chain. The effectiveness of these measures will be determined. Additionally, ideas for changing the non-manufactured stock value chain and strengthening quality control are reviewed in order to enhance the cluster's overall performance. Infrastructure development for non-manufactured commodities has a variety of objectives, including enhancing post-harvest processing facilities, meeting quality criteria, and boosting the non-manufactured stock trading system's competitiveness
Suryadi Suryadi, Syahrir A. Pasinringi, Abdul Rahman Kadir
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Economy and Management Study, Volume 3, pp 21-28; https://doi.org/10.47616/jamrems.v3i2.307

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A customer's commitment to repeatedly re-subscribe to or re-purchase a certain product or service in the future is an example of loyalty on the part of that consumer. At the Sheikh Yusuf Hospital in Gowa Regency, the purpose of this research is to investigate the impact that customer relationship marketing and customer value have on the level of customer loyalty. This kind of investigation is a quantitative study that takes the form of an observational study and is structured in the form of a cross sectional study. The sampling method used was a total sample, and the number of participants in the study that participated in the sample was 154. According to the findings of the research, there is a connection between Customer Relationship Marketing and Customer Loyalty. There is also a connection between Customer Value and Customer Loyalty. The variable that has the greatest impact on customer loyalty is customer relationship marketing (also known as CRM). It has been suggested to the administration of the hospital that they make more use of techniques derived from promotional tools (promotions mix). In particular, the hospital's public relations strategy, which is implemented by means of the Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software, with the intention of preserving the loyalty of the patients and their families.
Evi Yulianti, Pompong Budi Setiadi, Sri Rahayu
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Economy and Management Study, Volume 3, pp 15-20; https://doi.org/10.47616/jamrems.v3i2.291

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This study discusses similar cases in various regions in Indonesia. Discussions about these cases generally see conflicts of interest as the main cause of the emergence of resistance or mining conflicts. because they think that the mining process causes environmental damage, socio-cultural changes, and various other negative impacts, and persistent (supportive) groups from the government and their staff sometimes support this mining process because mining can be used for economic progress. And this paper also aims to identify whether the resistance carried out by this community is a form of social movement or not. Land has an important role for human life, the need for land from day to day continues to increase so that it is vulnerable to land problems. The purpose of this study is to find out the forms of conflict, the causes of conflict and how the government's role in resolving conflicts that occur. It is hoped that by doing this research it can be seen how the forms of conflict that occur between the community and the company.
Andre Prasetya Willim, Hadi Santoso
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Economy and Management Study, Volume 3, pp 29-37; https://doi.org/10.47616/jamrems.v3i2.296

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The corona virus (Covid-19) is causing global disruption. There is evidence from case studies that COVID-19 has had a substantial impact on the capital market. The present worldwide epidemic of COVID-19 has a detrimental effect on financial markets, including traditional stock markets and commodities markets. The goal of this research is to empirically assess the impact of COVID-19 on the functioning of the capital market by analyzing trading volume activity and average stock price movement. Descriptive statistical tests, normality tests, and Wilcoxon Signed Rank Test hypothesis testing were utilized to analyze the study data. The results of the research indicate that there is no significant difference in trading volume activity before and after the first case of COVID-19 was found in Indonesia and before and after the PSBB policy was announced to be implemented. In contrast, the study findings indicate that there are substantial changes in the average closing stock prices before and after the first case of COVID-19 was found in Indonesia and before and after the PSBB policy was implemented. Thus, the findings of this research show that information about the first instance of COVID-19 and the announcement of the adoption of the PSBB policy affect the capital market's response to stock price fluctuations. This discovery is anticipated to give a contribution that may assist investors in adjusting to the execution of a superior investing plan.
Dedi Haryadi
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Economy and Management Study, Volume 3, pp 8-14; https://doi.org/10.47616/jamrems.v3i2.274

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The purpose of this study was to determine whether there was a significant difference in taxpayer compliance before and after taxpayers participated in the tax amnesty program in food and beverage sub-sector companies on the Indonesia Stock Exchange. Taxpayer compliance in this study was measured by the effective tax rate (ETR), ETR in this study was measured by the authors ETR1 (current tax expense proxy/earnings before tax) and ETR2 (current tax expense/operating cash flow). The population of this study amounted to 60 companies and 19 issuers were obtained as samples of the study using the purposive sampling method with the criteria of issuers having been registered on the IDX in 2016 and issuers participating in the tax amnesty program according to Law No. 11 of 2016. This form of research uses a comparative test. The data analysis technique used a paired data difference test. The results of the study which were processed with the help of SPSS version 25 showed that there was no significant increase in tax compliance as measured by ETR1 and ETR2.
Faripa La Hitu, Amiartuti Kusumaningtyas, I Dewa Ketut Raka Ardiana
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Economy and Management Study, Volume 3, pp 71-80; https://doi.org/10.47616/jamrems.v3i1.250

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The purpose of this research is to ascertain the direct effect of principal supervision, organizational commitment, and emotional intelligence on the work discipline, motivation, and performance of state high school teachers in five districts in North Maluku. The populations studied in this research included all State Civil Apparatus instructors who had worked for at least five years, which totaled 515 individuals. A proportionate random sampling technique is then used to distribute the 225 samples throughout the districts and cities. However, only 186 questions were gathered since a natural catastrophe struck one of the study sites during the time the questionnaire was being collected, preventing the researcher from collecting the whole questionnaire. The validity and reliability tests were conducted in this research using SEM (AMOS.24). The findings of this study indicate that: (1) principal Supervisionon has no significant effect on work discipline; (2) organizational commitment has a significant effect on work discipline; (3) emotional intelligence has a significant effect on work discipline; (4) principal Supervisionon has no significant effect on work motivation; (5) organizational commitment has no significant effect on work motivation; and (6) there is a significant effect of emotional intelligence on work discipline.
Dewa Gede Satriawan, Ida Aju Brahmasari, Ida Aju Brahma Ratih, Tri Ratnawati
Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Economy and Management Study, Volume 3, pp 81-92; https://doi.org/10.47616/jamrems.v3i1.253

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This study aims to analyze the effect of competence, anxiety, work ethic on the performance of LPD employees in the province of Bali. The research population is 8,221, LPD employees in Bali Province. The number of samples is 450 respondents. Test the model with Generalized Least Square Estimation (GLS), structural equation model analysis (SEM). The results of the study indicate that competence has a positive and significant effect on employee performance. Employee anxiety has a positive and significant effect on employee performance. Work ethic has a positive and significant effect on employee performance. Considering that employee competence has not been able to increase employee performance at LPDs in the province of Bali, it is recommended that companies always improve employee competence by affirming that employees should have good information about their area of work, have sufficient data about their work. It also enables employees to perform a certain set of mental tasks according to their duties, and has a good attitude and self-image. Companies should also continue to provide social support, and overcome employee anxiety about the COVID-19 pandemic so that it will be able to encourage increased employee performance, which in turn will increase organizational performance.
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