Journal of Economics, Finance And Management Studies

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ISSN / EISSN : 2644-0504 / 2644-0490
Published by: Everant Journals (10.47191)
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Ogbonna Udochukwu Godfrey
Journal of Economics, Finance And Management Studies, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/jefms/v4-i10-10

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This study examined the relationship between money supply and stock prices, using E-view version 10. The empirical results of the Augmented Dickey Fuller (ADF) unit root test at 5 percent critical levels indicates that all the variables (M2 and MCAP) were not stationary at levels. However, all the variables became stationary after first differencing. Hence, the variables are of the same order of integration I (1). A cointegration test tells us that there exists a long run relationship between or among the variables and that they will not wander far apart away even though on the short run they exhibit random walk behavior. The Vector Error Correction test shows that Money supply (M2) has a significant relationship with market capitalization of the Nigerian stock exchange. The value of the Adjusted R-Squared of 0.726710 implies that Money supply (M2) explained about 72.67% systematic variations in the dependent variable (MCAP) over the observed years while the remaining 27.33% variations are explained by other determining variables outside the model. In order to further establish the relationship between money supply and stock market price, a granger causality test was carried out and it was established that there is a bi-directional causality between money supply and stock prices. The researcher therefore recommends that there should be collaboration among agencies of government in charge of money supply and stock exchange in order to make sure that sound policies are made to achieve the objective of government. Furthermore, that there should be a deliberate and concerted policy and effort to improve the Nigerian stock exchange market in line with other stock exchanges of the world, since stock prices cause money supply and vice versa.
Moch Anas Kurniawan, Universitas Muhammadiyah Jember
Journal of Economics, Finance And Management Studies, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/jefms/v4-i10-09

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The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of leadership and competence on employee motivation and performance at the Indonesian Employee Cooperative Center (PKP-RI) Jember Regency.. This research is a quantitative research with a survey approach and uses a measuring instrument in the form of a questionnaire. The population is all employees of PKP-RI Jember Regency, totaling 130 people, all of which are used as research samples, so they are called saturated samples. Instrument testing using validity and reliability tests. The analytical technique used in this research is the Structural Equation Model (SEM) using WarpPLS. The results of the analysis show that leadership and competence have an effect on work motivation. Competence has no effect on employee performance, while work motivation and leadership affect the performance of PKP-RI employees in Jember Regency.
Dilafruz Kurbonova Anvarjon Qizi
Journal of Economics, Finance And Management Studies, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/jefms/v4-i10-07

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This article discusses the importance and relevance of staff motivation in the food industry, as well as the types of motivation provided by the author and the tools they use in practice. As a result of the study, it was recommended to use non-traditional methods of staff motivation in our country.
Matundura Erickson, PhD student Moi University Box 1125 Eldoret
Journal of Economics, Finance And Management Studies, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/jefms/v4-i10-08

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The government has attempted to target specific macroeconomic factors in order to stimulate economic growth in Kenya through monetary and fiscal policies. Despite these efforts, Kenya's GDP growth is hampered by high interest rates and high interest rate volatility. Kenya's ability to address macroeconomic instability hinges on its ability to increase economic growth. Auxiliary evidence shows that perspectives on the relationship between ICT and economic growth are segmented. The goal of this study was to determine the impact of ICT on economic growth in Kenya, as well as the moderating effect of political instability on the relationship. The research was based on Solow's theory of growth. An explanatory research design was used, with data spanning from 1990-2020 obtained from Kenya Bureau of Statistics. In the empirical analysis, the study used the bound test to test for a long-run relationship and the Autoregressive Distributed Lag model (ARDL) to evaluate the relationship between the variables. The data was subjected to an Augmented Dickey Fuller (ADF) test to determine stationarity.The long run ARDL results indicated that the coefficients of; ICT rate were insignificant . However with the introduction of political instability as the moderator ICT was significant and positively affected economic growth. Political instability moderated the relationship between ICT ( and economic growth. As a result, promoting effective governance should help to improve political stability. The findings of this study will help the government figure out how to address the problem of low economic growth. According to the study, the government should invest in the ICT sector to improve its accessibility and affordability. Additionally, the government should work to improve political stability and good governance by gradually establishing institutions that uphold the rule of law and provide security.
Maria Silvia Avi, Full Professor in Business Administration Management Department- Ca’Foscari Venezia S. Giobbe – Cannaregio 873- 30121 Venezia (Italy)
Journal of Economics, Finance And Management Studies, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/jefms/v4-i10-05

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Inventories are one of the most important financial reporting items in the determination of income subject to income tax. In this article we analyse the various cases in which the inventories present in the company do not correspond to the inventories recorded in the books. In particular we focus on the hypothesis of inventories not found in the company. In the following pages, the potential causes of this hypothesis and the consequences of such a situation will be explained.
Nguyen Hoan
Journal of Economics, Finance And Management Studies, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/jefms/v4-i10-06

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The main purpose of this study is to empirically test current assets structure of Aquaculture firms listed on Vietnam’s stock market. For this purpose, in this study we used qualitative method and quantitative method; and evaluate current assets structure of Aquaculture firms listed on Vietnam’s stock market via six (6) indicators, including (i) current assets / total assets (CA); (ii) cash / current assets (C), (iii) Short-term financial investments / current assets (STFI); (iv) Short-term receivables / current assets (STR); (v) Inventories / current assets (I); and (vi) other current assets / current assets (OCA). The results of the research show that current assets structure of Aquaculture firms listed on Vietnam’s stock market have many significant differences. Firms with 7.5% or more foreign ownership account for a relatively low proportion of these enterprises.
Ida Ayu Pramanasari
Journal of Economics, Finance And Management Studies, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/jefms/v4-i10-04

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This research on Street Vendors (PKL) aims to explain the policies of the Mataram City Government in structuring street vendors while at the same time identifying whether the arrangement of street vendors can contribute to Mataram City's Original Regional Income (PAD). This type of research is a descriptive quantitative evaluative research that uses field data as primary data through a regulatory approach and the legal basis in force in the Mataram City Government. The results of the study show that the arrangement of street vendors in the city of Mataram still cannot run effectively because there is still no regulation that should be followed up on by Regional Regulation Number 5 of 2010 along with the Mayor of Mataram Regulation Number 56 of 2017 concerning Instructions for the Implementation of Regional Regulation of Mataram City Number 10 of 2015 about street vendors, namely the zoning arrangement of street vendors. From a simple calculation carried out by the researcher, the potential PAD that is likely to be obtained from the business activities of street vendors is Rp. 4,026,000,000 (Four Billion Twenty-Six Million) collected on the basis of a business service levy due to the use of government-owned land in accordance with the Mataram City Regional Regulation Number 4 of 2017 concerning Amendments to Regional Regulation Number 16 of 2011 concerning Business Service Retribution. This value, if measured by its contribution to the percentage of the realization value of regional retribution in 2019, can be categorized in the "Medium" criteria, while when viewed from its contribution to the percentage of business service levies, it can increase up to 392.92% or the "Very High" category. So the researchers suggest accelerating the determination of the legality of determining the Mataram Mayor's Decree regarding the zoning of street vendors so that the potential for retribution on street vendors' activities on government land can be collected and can contribute to increasing Mataram City PAD.
Nicholas Tanoto
Journal of Economics, Finance And Management Studies, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/jefms/v4-i10-03

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This study aims to obtain data and find out the influence of convenience, benefits, security and trust on the interest in using financial technology in OVO applications as a digital payment study in the case of accounting students at the Faculty of Economics, Prima Indonesia University. The data collection method in this study used a questionnaire. This sampling technique data collection is using accidental sampling and a total of 102 respondents at the Prima Indonesia University. The results obtained in this study show that convenience and benefits do not have a significant partial influence on the interest in using financial technology in OVO applications as a digital payment, whereas security and trust have a significant partial influence on the interest in using financial technology in OVO applications as a digital payment. Simultaneously, convenience, benefits, security and trust have a significant influence on the interest in using financial technology in OVO applications as a digital payment.
Theresa Kula
Journal of Economics, Finance And Management Studies, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/jefms/v4-i9-27

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This study proposes a conceptual framework for determining the influences of consumers’ motivation toward purchase intention on online product in Brunei. Nowadays, purchasing goods via internet is growing rapidly in the whole world and it gives confidence to a researcher to explore what factors influence consumer see at the time of purchase goods via online. However, this study argues that the driver of the motivation on consumer is yet to be fully identified due to lack of studies that investigate the specific influence as a separate phenomenon and has not been tested in Brunei yet. Therefore, this study analyses the Uses and Gratifications Theory and Theory of Trust, to develop the understanding of consumers’ motivation and purchase intention on online product. The aim for this study is to explore the factors of consumers’ motivation in Brunei such as social media, online customer reviews, social influence and website design/features. This is to examine whether they have relationship between purchase intention and trust as a mediator. The data will be updated by quantitative method where the expected sample of 350 participants in Brunei in order to test the effect of variables. This study provides further insight for future researchers who will benefit to study consumers’ motivation for instance, in the e-commerce and social commerce, which may assist business managers’ advance their decision-making quality in developing markets.
Qing Yixin, Medan Universitas Prima Indonesia
Journal of Economics, Finance And Management Studies, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/jefms/v4-i10-02

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This study discusses the effect of auditor independence and ethics on audit quality with audit fees as a moderating variable. This analysis used two independent variables: independence and auditor ethics. Audit quality was the dependent variable, while audit fees were the moderating variable. This research was conducted in 4 Public Accounting Firms (KAP) in the Medan City area, using 70 auditors from 21 Public Accounting Firms (KAP). A quantitative method was employed in this research. The sampling technique used was simple random sampling. In this study, data was collected by surveys or the distribution of questionnaires. Primary data was used as a source. The statistical method employed Partial Least Square Analysis with partial statistical test hypothesis testing (t) in the coefficient of determination (R2 ). SmartPls program was used in this research. The results of this study indicate that independence has a significant effect on audit quality, partially. Meanwhile, auditor ethics has no significant effect on audit quality, and audit fees cannot be a moderating variable on the effect of independence and auditor ethics on audit quality.
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