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Journal Journal of Business and Behavioural Entrepreneurship

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Sarah Maysuri, Sholatia Dalimunthe
Journal of Business and Behavioural Entrepreneurship, Volume 2, pp 40-50; doi:10.21009/jobbe.002.1.05

Abstract:This study aims to determine the effect of working capital management proxied by 5 independent variables, namely Working Capital Turnover (WCT), Cash Ratio (Csh R), Cash Conversion Cycle (CCC), Account Receivable Turnover (ARTO), and Inventory Turnover (ITO) on the company's financial performance in terms of profitability and market value which is equipped with Firm Size control variables in manufacturing companies listed on the IDX for the 2013-2016 period. The research method used is panel data regression using Random Effects Model and Fixed Effects Model. The results showed that only Csh R and CCC had a significant positive effect on Financial Performance with ROA proxy either with or without Firm Size control variables. Different results when compared to Financial Performance in terms of Tobin's market value using control variables, only (ITO) which proved to have a significant positive effect but without control variables found that (ARTO) and (ITO) also had a significant positive effect and the rest had no effect on Financial Performance manufacturing companies in the 2013-2016 period.
Ratna Putri Indah Puspita, Suherman Suherman
Journal of Business and Behavioural Entrepreneurship, Volume 2, pp 28-39; doi:10.21009/jobbe.002.1.04

Abstract:This study aims to determine the effect of dividend policy, managerial ownership and institutional ownership on the capital structure of manufacturing companies listed on the IDX for the 2012-2016 period. The data used in this study is an annual report of the Manufacturing Sector listed on the IDX for the period 2012-2016. By using purposive sampling method, 56 companies were obtained and consisted of 280 observations. The model used in this research is panel data analysis using the Random Effect Model approach. The results of this study indicate that the dividend policy has a positive but not significant effect on DER, but has a significant positive effect on DAR. While managerial ownership is influential but not significantly negative on the capital structure (DER and DAR). Institutional ownership has a significant negative effect on DER, but has a negative but not significant effect on DAR. Profitability has a significant negative effect on the capital structure (DER and DAR), while the structure of assets and company size does not have a significant effect on the capital structure. (DER and DAR).
Anida Amalia Luthfiah, Suherman Suherman
Journal of Business and Behavioural Entrepreneurship, Volume 2, pp 18-27; doi:10.21009/jobbe.002.1.03

Abstract:The aim of this study is to determine the effect of Financial Performance toward Firm Value with Ownership Structure as Moderating Variable on Manufacturing Companies Listed in Indonesia Stock Exchange in The Period of 2012-2016. Independent variable of this study is Financial Performance with Return on Assets as a proxy. Dependent variable of this study is Firm Value with Tobin’s Q as a proxy. While moderating variable used in this study is a mechanism of Corporate Governance in the form of Ownership Structure with Managerial Ownership and Institutional Ownership as the proxy. Then control variable in this study are Firm Size and Leverage. The research model of this study employs panel data analysis with Fixed Effect Model approach. The empirical result shows that Financial Performance has positive significant effect on Firm Value. Managerial Ownership and Institutional Ownership can’t moderate the relation between Financial Performance on Firm Value. Firm Size has negative significant effect on Firm Value. And Leverage has insignificant effect on Firm Value.
Sonny Haryanto, Umi Mardiyati, Agung Dharmawan Buchdadi
Journal of Business and Behavioural Entrepreneurship, Volume 2, pp 14-22; doi:10.21009/jobbe.002.1.02

Abstract:This study aims to analyze the abnormal returns before and after the announcement of mergers and acquisitions in the companies listed on the IDX 2018. In this study the observation period taken was three days before and after the announcement of mergers and acquisitions with the number of samples observed were 9 companies. The method for calculating abnormal returns used is the market adjusted return by using an intraday stock price of 15 minutes. Based on testing hypotheses conducted by paired sample t-test, it was found that there were no significant differences in abnormal returns before and after the announcement of mergers and acquisitions in each 15 minute period.
Andi Muhammad Sadat, Mei-Lan Lin
Journal of Business and Behavioural Entrepreneurship, Volume 2, pp 1-13; doi:10.21009/jobbe.002.1.01

Abstract:Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Indonesia has an essential role in economic. Their existence appeared significant when the economy crisis in Asia 1997 and the world economic crisis in 2008. Therefore the existence of SMEs for business and society are imperative, so their sustainability should be maintained through value creation and performance. However, unlike the large companies that typically have resources to maintain information and their knowledge extensively, SME fall into lack of resources that driving them on amnesia consistently (S J Hall & De Raffaele, 2013) and it predispose the ability to create value and company’s performance. This paper aims to describe the existence of organizational amnesia (OA) as the failure of organizations to learn reliably at the organizational level (Kransdorff, 1998). This phenomenon is proposed affect SME’s creating value and organizational performance. Some conclusion and future research has been recommended.
Sonny Haryanto, Umi Mardiyati, Agung Dharmawan Buchdadi
Journal of Business and Behavioural Entrepreneurship, Volume 1, pp 14-22; doi:10.21009/jobbe.001.2.02

Abstract:This study aims to analyze the abnormal returns before and after the announcement of mergers and acquisitions in the companies listed on the IDX 2018. In this study the observation period taken was three days before and after the announcement of mergers and acquisitions with the number of samples observed were 9 companies. The method for calculating abnormal returns used is the market adjusted return by using an intraday stock price of 15 minutes. Based on testing hypotheses conducted by paired sample t-test, it was found that there were no significant differences in abnormal returns before and after the announcement of mergers and acquisitions in each 15 minute period.
Andi Muhammad Sadat, Mei-Lan Lin
Journal of Business and Behavioural Entrepreneurship, Volume 1, pp 1-13; doi:10.21009/jobbe.001.2.01

Abstract:Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Indonesia has an essential role in economic. Their existence appeared significant when the economy crisis in Asia 1997 and the world economic crisis in 2008. Therefore the existence of SMEs for business and society are imperative, so their sustainability should be maintained through value creation and performance. However, unlike the large companies that typically have resources to maintain information and their knowledge extensively, SME fall into lack of resources that driving them on amnesia consistently (S J Hall & De Raffaele, 2013) and it predispose the ability to create value and company’s performance. This paper aims to describe the existence of organizational amnesia (OA) as the failure of organizations to learn reliably at the organizational level (Kransdorff, 1998). This phenomenon is proposed affect SME’s creating value and organizational performance. Some conclusion and future research has been recommended.
Khoirul Umam
Journal of Business and Behavioural Entrepreneurship, Volume 1, pp 59-65; doi:10.21009/jobbe.001.1.06

Abstract:Micro, Small and Medium Business activities have a very important role in promoting the economy because this sector has been tested to have resistance to the economic crisis. Micro, Small and Medium Business has wide employment opportunities that can improve people's welfare. But the facts above are not as easy as Micro, Small and Medium Also has some problems, where small businesses Often face natural exa interest of ions with various Difficulties, such as capital constraints, human resources, changing government policies, business locations, competition, technological development, etc ,. It is above the same set of money with entrepreneur. Being a successful entrepreneur is not easy to manifest, many things that need to be studied to be able to open the horizon, not only with expertise, hardwork without tenacy will be empty and include resistant to be disturbing temptations in business activity. Surely the above should have tricks or tips so that the goal in entrepreneurship to be successful. The above matter of course has an influence on the advance of entrepreneurship. Students are the embryo that has a good potential for realizing entrepreneurial activities. Successful entrepreneurial tips become the deciding factor of motivating students in entrepreneurship. Sample case studies have been conducted at Thamrin University
Sri Nurcahyati
Journal of Business and Behavioural Entrepreneurship, Volume 1, pp 1-23; doi:10.21009/JOBBE.001.1.01

Abstract:This study aimed to evaluate the implementation of performance management in AJB Bumiputera 1912. This study uses DEM (Discrepancy Evaluation Method) evaluation method. The components that were evaluated are the component of design, installation, implementation, and outcome. The methods used in this study is a questionnaire on 51 unit leader respondents at the headquarter and regional offices, the 150 employees of the central office, the interview method on 10 respondents, observation and study documentsmethod. The results of this study indicate that there is a gap between the actual conditions (Performance) with the condition that should be happened (Standard) on all four components that were analyzed. In conclusion, it is necessary to do some improvements to reduce the gap so that the actual conditions more closely the conditions that should be happened. The improvements that need to be done are alignment of the performance management design with the needs of company at this time, the need for commitment to change from the top down, implementation of reward and punishment continuously,and the need to support tools and technologies that were integrated, so the individual and team performance increased and imply to organization performance to be a leading position in life insurance industries in Indonesia. Keyword: performance management, discrepancy evaluation model, discrepancy, transformation of human resource management.
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