Duconomics Sci-meet (Education & Economics Science Meet)

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EISSN : 2798-6136
Published by: Neolectura (10.37010)
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Bintang Laras Sekarningrum, Fauzan Fauzan
Duconomics Sci-meet (Education & Economics Science Meet), Volume 2, pp 71-84; https://doi.org/10.37010/duconomics.v2.5911

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The purpose of this study is to examine and analyze how the effect of liquidity, leverage, earnings per share and managerial ownership on dividend policy. The sampling technique used purposive sampling technique. The data used in this study is secondary data in the form of financial statement information and annual reports. The population in this study are companies that are included in the LQ45 Index on the Indonesia Stock Exchange for the 2015-2019 period which have been selected based on several predetermined criteria. In this study, dividend policy is proxied by the dividend payout ratio. Results Based on the analysis of this study, it shows that liquidity as proxied by the current ratio has a significant and positive effect on Dividend Policy. Leverage as proxied by debt to equity ratio has a significant and negative effect on Dividend Policy. Meanwhile, Earning Per Share and Managerial Ownership have no significant effect on Dividend Policy
Windi Haryani, Dwi Narsih, Saripah Saripah
Duconomics Sci-meet (Education & Economics Science Meet), Volume 2, pp 11-14; https://doi.org/10.37010/duconomics.v2.5903

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The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between reading interest on Economics learning outcomes at SMK Mardi Bakti Jakarta. The author uses a korelational  quantitative method. Population of this research is all of  X AK student which are 34 student. The sampling technique used in this research is nonprobability sampling which is saturated sample, so the sample in this reseach are 34 student The variables of this study consisted of two variables, namely variable (X) Interest in Reading and Variable (Y) namely Learning Outcomes. The data analysis techniques carried out by the t-test formula at a significant level of 0.05. The results of this study indicate that  tcount=1.11< t table =2.037, it is concluded that there is no relationship between reading interest on student Economic learning outcomes at SMK Mardi Bakti Jakarta.
Sri Wiliah Ningtiasih
Duconomics Sci-meet (Education & Economics Science Meet), Volume 2, pp 120-125; https://doi.org/10.37010/duconomics.v2.5918

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AThe curriculum is a set of plans and arrangements regarding the objectives, content, learning materials and methods used as guidelines for implementing learning activities to achieve certain goals. The development of an increasingly advanced era requires changes in the curriculum in order to achieve maximum learning goals. This development also has an impact on several subjects, one of which is social studies learning. These changes lead to the emergence of various problems in the learning process, especially for studying Social Sciences (IPS) in Elementary Schools (SD) and Junior High Schools (SMP). Based on this, this study aims to find out the problems contained in social studies learning in Indonesia, especially for learning Social Sciences (IPS) in elementary schools (SD) and junior high schools (SMP). This study uses a qualitative approach using descriptive methods, so that the results obtained can be described and can be easily understood. Based on the research results, four problems can be identified, namely disruptive behavior of students, lack of learning facilities and infrastructure, teachers who do not understand material outside their field of knowledge and learning methods that are less varied.
Posma Sariguna Johnson Kennedy, Yudi Sutrasna, Haetami Haetami
Duconomics Sci-meet (Education & Economics Science Meet), Volume 2, pp 109-119; https://doi.org/10.37010/duconomics.v2.5915

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The emergence of the AUKUS trilateral pact consisting of Australia, Britain and the United States has further increased tensions in the Indo-Pacific region, especially with China. This study aims to look at the diverse responses of ASEAN countries and see how this AUKUS impact ASEAN. This study was prepared using qualitative research methods through literature study. ASEAN centralization faces challenges because it cannot make it balance in the region. And the response of each member country is different in facing this trilateral AUKUS pact.
Bunga Aditi, Pasaman Silaban, Yusuf Ronny Edward
Duconomics Sci-meet (Education & Economics Science Meet), Volume 2, pp 176-182; https://doi.org/10.37010/duconomics.v2.5926

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The aim of this study is to determine the level of customer satisfaction with services at PT X and know which attributes (tangibles, reliability, responsiveness, assurance, and empathy) should be the priority of service for customer satisfaction of PT X. The study involved 80 respondents who were obtained by non purposive sampling. The results of primary data collection are processed with the Important Performance Analysis (IPA) model.
Muhammad Ridwan Agung Patria Nagara, Erma Setiawati
Duconomics Sci-meet (Education & Economics Science Meet), Volume 2, pp 56-70; https://doi.org/10.37010/duconomics.v2.5910

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This study was conducted with the aim of testing and analyzing the effect of institutional ownership, managerial ownership, independent commissioner, audit committee, leverage, company size and liquidity on the occurrence of tax avoidance which is officially listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) in 2016-2019. The population used is manufacturing companies that are officially listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) in 2016 to 2019 as many as 76 samples. Sampling in this study using purposive sampling. The analytical tool used is multiple linear regression test. The results of the study concluded that, managerial ownership and liquidity have a significant effect on tax avoidance. Meanwhile, institutional ownership, independent commissioner, audit committee, leverage and company size have no significant effect on tax avoidance.
Qory Annisa Kusumaningrum, Shinta Permata Sari
Duconomics Sci-meet (Education & Economics Science Meet), Volume 2, pp 24-32; https://doi.org/10.37010/duconomics.v2.5906

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PThe selection of a business strategy in a company is critical to its success. Business strategies can be implemented to make the company more competitive than other companies. Mergers and acquisitions are business strategies that companies use to survive and grow. The aim  of this study is to analyze the effect of profitability, dividend policy, and debt policy on investor decisions in companies that are undergoing mergers and acquisitions. The population of this study is mergers and acquisitions companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) between 2016 and 2020. This study's sample consisted of mergers and acquisitions companies selected through
a purposive sampling methods, yielding 53 companies as
the sample. The data use in this study is analyzed using multiple linear regression. According to the findings of this study, profitability and debt policy do not affect on
the decisions of investors in companies that conduct mergers and acquisitions, meanwhile dividend policies affect on
the decisions of investors in companies that conduct mergers and acquisitions.
Mutia Dila Kemala, Nicky Rosadi
Duconomics Sci-meet (Education & Economics Science Meet), Volume 2, pp 158-162; https://doi.org/10.37010/duconomics.v2.5923

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The purpose of this research is to find out how much students are ready to participate in Face-to-face Learning (PTM) with the implementation of the program which will be carried out offline at school. The method used in this research is descriptive qualitative and online data survey obtained through Google Form. In this study, the survey data amounted to 69 high school students and the equivalent, then the data resulted in the percentage of data presentation in accordance with the analysis taken in several aspects of the data, namely, education level, parental permission, student readiness in participating in PTM, vaccinations that have been carried out by students, student concerns about the transmission of covid-19, student compliance with health smoker by bringing masks and hand sanitizers, as well as ownership of the Care Protect account application. When viewed from the percentage of student responses, the results obtained from this study are students are ready to take Face-to-face Learning (PTM) with the application of prokes. Because there are already many students who apply health care to schools and there have been many students who have vaccinated. However, the government still has to hold outreach to students so that the number of fears of being infected with the Covid-19 virus decreases.
Dewi Nurbaiti, Edwin Sholeh Rahmanullah
Duconomics Sci-meet (Education & Economics Science Meet), Volume 2, pp 85-92; https://doi.org/10.37010/duconomics.v2.5912

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The process of buying goods today is easier for the public, one of which is the process of buying product through e-commerce. A lot of e-commerce are provides more convenience and options for consumers to buy their desired product. This is the one of evidences about development of technology, which are answers consumers need that is the convenience of life, one of which is in shopping activity. The purpose of this research is to analyze what the factors that influence the repurchase process by consumers through e-commerce. The method of this research used is qualitative research method with interview data collection techniques and literature study. After having the experience of shopping through e-commerce, consumers make repeat purchases through the same media for the same or different products. Convenience and easy to use are factors that influence shopping activities through e-commerce. Consumers also spoiled with a variety of product choices that presented by e-commerce before consumers get the buying decision. The results of this research is can be a recommendation for business owners, in this case are e-commerce companies, to increase the factors that related to the consumers convenience in their shopping activity.
Meilani Safitri, M.Ridwan Aziz
Duconomics Sci-meet (Education & Economics Science Meet), Volume 2, pp 93-103; https://doi.org/10.37010/duconomics.v2.5913

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The era of revolution 4.0 has affected the world of education. Today's education has been transformed into a digital system, including teaching materials. This research is a descriptive study with a literature study approach. The purpose of this research is to describe various things about Kodular-assisted digital mathematics teaching materials. The data collection technique in this research is documentation, which is looking for data about things or variables in the form of notes, books, papers or articles, and journals. The data were analyzed using critical analysis techniques. The results show that Kodular can be a good alternative in designing and developing digital mathematics teaching materials. It is hoped that with the help of Kodular, innovative digital mathematics teaching materials will be created for learning in the 4.0 revolution era
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