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Proceedings of the 3rd Global Conference on Business Management & Entrepreneurship (GC-BME 3), 8 August 2018, Bandung, Indonesia




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Published January 28, 2020 by CRC Press
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The GCBME Book Series aims to promote the quality and methodical reach of the Global Conference on Business Management & Entrepreneurship, which is intended as a high-quality scientific contribution to the science of business management and entrepreneurship. The Contributions are the main reference articles on the topic of each book and have been subject to a strict peer review process conducted by experts in the fields. The conference provided opportunities for the delegates to exchange new ideas and implementation of experiences, to establish business or research connections and to find Global Partners for future collaboration.

The conference and resulting volume in the book series is expected to be held and appear annually. The year 2019 theme of book and conference is "Creating Innovative and Sustainable Value-added Businesses in the Disruption Era". The ultimate goal of GCBME is to provide a medium forum for educators, researchers, scholars, managers, graduate students and professional business persons from the diverse cultural backgrounds, to present and discuss their researches, knowledge and innovation within the fields of business, management and entrepreneurship. The GCBME conferences cover major thematic groups, yet opens to other relevant topics: Organizational Behavior, Innovation, Marketing Management, Financial Management and Accounting, Strategic Management, Entrepreneurship and Green Business.

Table of Contents

Section 1: Marketing management

The origins and consequences of trust in online shopping 3

T. Handriana & D. Herawan

How digital certificate affects e-commerce consumers trust and purchase intention 8

P.K. Sari & A. Prasetio

Encouraging pro-environmental behavior through consumer innovativeness 13

R. Kuswati, B.M. Purwanto & B. Sutikno

Entrepreneurial marketing and marketing performance: The moderating role of marketsensing capability 20

D.A.A. Mubarok, R. Hurriyati, D. Disman & L.A. Wibowo

The role of brand equity in making decisions to choose higher education for new middleclass students 25

A.M. Ramdan, A. Rahayu, R. Hurriyati & M.A. Sultan

Dynamic marketing capabilities and company performance: Marketing regression analysis on SMEs in Indonesian 28

A. Riswanto, R. Hurriyati, L.A. Wibowo & H. Hendrayati

Is e-service quality required to develop customer satisfaction? A case study of Grab Indonesia 32

C.T. Sudrajat & M.A. Sultan

The influence of brand personality dimension on brand equity 35

P.D. Dirgantari, M. Permatasari, L.A. Wibowo & H. Mulyadi

Consumer’s purchase intention on halal detergent in Jakarta 39

E. Saribanon, R. Hurriyati, A. Rahayu & M.A. Sultan

The usage of digital marketing channels in micro, small and medium enterprises in Bandung District, Indonesia 44

M.E. Saputri & N. Kurniasih

Experiential marketing: A review of its relation to customer satisfaction in online transportation (a study of GO-JEK company) 47

M.E. Saputri & N. Kurniasih

Redesigning the e-commerce Banyuwangi Mall for small and medium enterprises 52

A.A.G.S. Utama & P.P.D. Astuti

The effect of differentiation strategy on competitive advantage 56

R.A. Aisyah

Determinants of consumer purchase intention toward luxury brands 60

M. Kurniawati & R.A. Ramadhan

Analysis of direct premium influence on brand attitudes and consumer purchase intention 64

M. Kurniawati & T. Widianto

Stimulus of social media: The influence of e-wom towards visiting interest in the Lodge

Maribaya through trust as mediation variable 68

A. Widodo, R. Yusiana & F.N. Aqmarina

Factors influencing normative community pressure in brand community: A study of young entrepreneurs community of Mandiri Bank 71

L. Lindiawati, I. Usman & S.W. Astuti

Smartphone operating systems based on consumer perceptions in West Java 75

E. Azis, Y. Fachruddin & M.M.A. Rohandi

The role of personal innovation in online purchasing behavior among Indonesian consumers 78

C.K. Dewi & Z. Mohaidin

Whether service differentiation can add competitive advantage to enhance consumer satisfaction: Internet services at Indihome 84

R. Hadiantini, R. Hurriyati, V. Gaffar & M.A. Sultan

The effect of service quality to customer satisfaction: A case study from Timor Leste, Dili 87

I. Indrawati & M.P. Henriques

Optimization of customer retention programs 93

E. Amelia & M.A. Sultan

Engaging young consumers with advergames: The effect of presence and flow experience 97

S. Soebandhi, S. Hartini & S. Gunawan

Increasing fish consumption: A perspective theory of planned behaviour and role of confidence 102

M.M.L. Tambunan & T.E. Balqiah

Understanding millennial decision making in buying a car: Lifestyle and personality 108

O. Pramoedya & T.E. Balqiah

Sport motivation and decision to participate in the Tahura trail running race 113

V. Gaffar, O. Ridwanudin & D. Inassa

Visual perception in improving learning motivation: Gender and developmental study 117

E. Eriyansyah & H. Hendrayati

The implication of social media marketing in modern marketing communication 121

J. Waluyo & H. Hendrayati

Loyalty of the $1 barbershop customers: Investigating the roles of service quality, satisfaction, and trust 125

U. Suhud, S.F. Wibowo & L. Namora

The influence of birth certificate application process service toward public satisfaction in the population and civil registration agency of Garut Regency Indonesia 132

I. Kania, D.T. Alamanda, N. Nurbudiwati & D.H. Fauzan

The influence of the restaurant atmosphere on customer loyalty through a hedonic experience 136

T. Handriana & A.R. Meyscha

The dark side of life insurance in achieving sales targets 141

A. Nirmala & G.C. Premananto

Exploration of Ludruk as potential icon in Indonesia show businessfor the millennial generation 145

G.C. Premananto & M. Ikhwan

The quality of halal tourism destinations: An empirical study of Muslim foreign tourists 150

S. Sumaryadi, R. Hurriyati, V. Gaffar & L.A. Wibowo

Internal marketing effects on the Islamic work commitment and nurses’ performance at Islamic hospitals 155

R.T. Ratnasari & A.P. Pamungkas

Analysis of green marketing on purchasing decisions 160

D. Silvia & H. Hendrayati

The effect of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) on customer loyalty 164

A. Mulyana

Customer relationship marketing performance in Sharia banking 168

L. Lisnawati, D. Qibtiyah & R. Hurriyati

Potential development strategy of marathon sports tourism in improving the visits of tourists to Bandung 172

I. Yusup, S. Sulastri, A. Fauziyah & T. Koeswandi

Effect of online servicescape on behavioural intention online reservation hotel services 175

G. Razati, A. Irawati & P.D. Dirgantari

The shape of member loyalty on cooperative enterprise and the factors to impact it 179

R.R. Padmakusumah

Analysis of the model of memorable tourist experience, destination image, and tourist value on the revisit intention 183

V. Verinita & F. Yola

Measuring regional working units development performance using the MDGS scorecard 188

R. Hurriyati, M. Mayasari, L. Lisnawati & S. Sulastri

Canvas business model 4.0 and evaluation of the effectiveness of using the lecture system for students 192

R. Hurriyati, L. Lisnawati & Y. Rochmansyah

The influence of reputation and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) towards the competitive advantage of airlines in Indonesia 196

Y. Mardani, R. Hurriyati, D. Disman & V. Gaffar

Analysis of tourist satisfaction against tourism product at Tanjung Kelayang beach, Belitung regency 199

I. Khairi, F. Rahmafitria & S. Suwatno

Factors influencing halal cosmetic brand advocacy: The role of self-brand connection as a mediator 203

N. Rubiyanti & E.S. Hariandja

The implementation of mobile commerce applications to order systems for bike-sharing programs in Bandung 209

R.M.A Rifki & M.A Sultan

Influence of trust on online shopping in predicting purchase intention 214

P. Permatasari & D. Mardhiyah

The influence of endorser credibility, brand credibility, and brand equity on the purchase intention in online shopping: The Instagram phenomenon 221

Z. Agustiansyah & D. Mardhiyah

Online reviews by beauty vloggers and its impact on buying interest 226

H. Hendrayati, N.C. Noorfadila, M. Achyarsyah, M.I. Atrisia & R.K. Syahidah

The influence of product knowledge on attitude and purchase intention of mudharabah funding products in sharia banks in Mataram 229

B.V. Khairunnisa & A. Hendratmi

The influence of economy experience with Pine and Gilmore concept on customer satisfaction: Survey of Transmart consumers in Padang City 236

Y.P. Gubta & V. Verinita

Analysis of brand relationship in Ganesha public speaking 245

P. Priambudi, F. Wijaya & S. Fakhrudin

 

Section 2: Financial management and accounting

The effect of life cycle stages on leverage in Indonesian listed companies 251

S.R. Nidar & I. Sugianti

Spillover of panel causality Granger for monetary variables in some countries’ emerging markets 256

D. Supriyadi & E. Mahpudin

Earnings management and value relevance before and after IFRS convergency 261

H. Hamidah & R.D.A. Albertha

Performance of the government’s subsidized mortgage during the period 2015–2017 269

L. Purnamasari & N. Nugraha

An analysis of influence of the government health expenditure on the performance of pharmacy sector issuers in Indonesia stock exchange during 2015-2017 274

I. Sugianto & M. Kustiawan

The role of financial constraint on the relationship between working capital management and firms’ performance 281

R.H. Setianto & R. Hayuningdyah

Risk management in zakat institutions 286

A. Shofawati

The effect of risk, growth, firm size, capital structure, and earnings persistence on earnings response coefficient 290

Z. Naimah & A.T. Rahma

The impact of tax amnesty policy in 2016 on the abnormal return and trading volume activity in banking companies 297

Y. Permatasari & N. Ardiyanti

Comparison of model, stabilization, and finance performance of sharia commercial banks and conventional commercial banks in Indonesia in 2012–2016 301

Y.M. Dewi & D.F. Septiarini

Industry growth, ownership structure, and capital structure in Indonesia 304

I. Harymawan, A. Arianto & Y.I. Paramitasari

Investment experience to expected return: Consequences of risk behavior 310

F. Ismiyanti & P.A. Mahadwartha

Analysis of return on equity, current ratio and debt to equity ratio on Islamic stock price

Jakarta Islamic Index 314

M. Masrizal, T. Widiastuti, I. Mawardi & W. Wisudanto

The relationship between financial accountability in a good corporate governance concept with organizational performance 318

D.N. Fakhriani

The relationship of the income tax system to self-assessment in the Badung Bali district 321

N.L.P. Suastini, G. Wirata & I.W. Astawa

Greed, parental influence and teenagers’ financial behavior 323

L. Wenatri, S. Surya & M. Maruf

Executive compensation and risk: An empirical study in Indonesia 329

A.R. Setiawan & B. Zunairoh

Influence of microcredit and business management training to micro and small business performance in West Java, Indonesia 334

F. D. Trisnasih, L. Layyinaturrobaniyah & A. M. Siregar

Profitability, dividend policy and stock price volatility: Indonesia stock exchange 338

I. Setyawati, D.P. Alamsyah & K. Khotimah

Why did Baitul Maal wa Tamwil (BMT) discontinue the linkage program with Islamic banks? A case study in Indonesia 343

M.N.H. Ryandono & D.A. Mi’raj

Information asymmetry in capital market: What, why and how 347

P.T. Komalasari & M. Nasih

Effect of the return on investment towards fixed assets investment at Rapih Metalindo Corporation 353

N.H. Yuris, F.M. Kurnia & T. Yuniarsih

Understanding taxpayers’ attitudes towards tax amnesty policy 358

I.F.A. Prawira

Family ownership and control in dividend and leverage decision making 366

M.G.A. Aryani, S.M. Soeharto & I. Ariyani

Effect of profitability, investment opportunity set, free cash flow and collateralizable assets to dividend 371

A. Juliarti & S. Sumani

Tax expense and bonus mechanism on transfer pricing 376

G.S. Manda, H.M. Zakaria & A. Rakhman

Forecasting volatility stock price using the ARCH/GARCH method: Evidence from the Indonesia stock exchanges 385

L.P. Anggita, N. Nugraha & I. Waspada

Peer group model as a reference for bank performance assessment 389

S. Sugiarto & S. Karnadi

Mandatory financial accounting standard based international financial reporting standard adoption and audit delay 392

R. Mawardi & H. Hamidah

Analysis of constant correlation optimal portfolio model 396

I. Yunita

Gender responsive planning and budgeting implementation in Indonesia: Historical review and lessons learned 401

F. Fithriyah

Corporate governance mechanisms and their performance 406

W.P. Setiyono

Impact of political risk, financial risk and economic risk on trading volume of Islamic stocks exchange in Indonesia 410

M.U.Al Mustofa, I. Mawardi & T. Widiastuti

Demographic analysis for the selection of an investment type for amateur golfers 415

H. Sulistiyo & E. Mahpudin

Intended use of initial public offerings proceeds, underpricing, and long-term market performance of stocks in Indonesia 418

H. Meidiaswati, D. Novita & N. Sasikirono

Influence of financial literacy and financial attitude on individual investment decisions 424

N. Hasanuh & R.A.K. Putra

Capital structure and investment opportunity set on the value of the company 429

A. Suwandhayani & N. Fitdiarini

Effect of market, profitability and solvability ratio to Market Value Added (MVA) companies listed in the Jakarta Islamic Index (JII) 433

P.S. Sukmaningrum & H.K. Prawira

Financial literacy and retirement savings ownership 437

A.M. Adiandari, N.D.A. Amrita & H. Winata

Dynamics relationship between the composite and Islamic index in the capital market of Indonesia 442

S.A. Rusmita, I.N. Muharam, L.N. Rani & E.F. Cahyono

Empirical analysis of non-performing financing in the case of Indonesian Islamic banks 449

L.N. Rani, E.F. Cahyono & S.A. Rusmita

Is overconfidence and herding in Ponzi scheme investors influenced by demographic factors? 453

M. Sari & N. Nugraha

Effects of corporate governance and barriers to entry on financial performance with intellectual capital as a mediating variable 457

N. Soewarno, B. Tjahjadi & R.D Istiqomah

The effect of adoption of the International Financial Reporting Standard on earning management 462

H. Hamidah & A. Rahmah

The Sharia microfinancial institution as an option to social investment decisions in a disruptive era 470

A.P.B. Eka & N. Nugraha

Corporate governance and finance pattern 479

W. Windijarto & G. Gestanti

Tick size change and market liquidation in the Indonesia stock exchange 487

W.M. Soeroto, T. Widiastuti, & L. Cania

Risk profile, good corporate governance, profitability, capital, and third-party funds interest rate of Indonesian banking 494

I.M. Sudana & K. Yuvita

The influence of current ratio, debt-to-equity ratio, inventory turnover, and return on

investment on price-earnings ratio of cement industry companies listed at Indonesia stock exchange 498

N.A. Hamdani, A. Solihat & G.A.F. Maulani

Effects of accounting information and environmental information on investor’s decisions: An experimental study 505

A. Ardianto & F. Farhanah

Comparison of the quality between net income and total comprehensive income in an IFRS implementation context in Indonesia: Empirical study on companies going public that are listed on the Indonesia stock exchange in the period 2011–2014 510

A. Rizki & O.D. Megayanti

Evaluation of forensic auditor role as corruption eradicator 516

A.W. Mardijuwono & F. Daniyah

The impact of asset, mudharabah time deposit and Non Performing Financing (NPF) to profitability Islamic Banking in Indonesia 522

R. Sukmana & N. Junun

 

Section 3: Green business

The impact of good corporate governance on firm value with corporate social responsibility as a mediating variable: Empirical study of publicly listed mining companies on the Indonesia stock exchange 533

B. Tjahjadi, N. Soewarno & H. Vitus

Greed, parental influence, and adolescent financial behavior 538

L. Wenatri, S. Surya & Maruf

Green skills for green industries: Meeting the needs of the green economy 544

L.C. Sern

Standard energy management system PDCA cycle of ISO 50001 to minimize energy consumption in service operation 549

I. Usman & E. Sopacua

Value creation for competitive advantages of vegetable and dairy farmers through an integrated farming system in rural Bandung of West Java, Indonesia 553

K. Saefullah, R. Sudarsono, Y. Yunizar, L. Layyinaturrabbaniyah & A. Widyastuti

The influence of research and development intensity, firm size, and family ownership on green product innovation 558

D. Meicistaria & I. Isnalita

 

Section 4: Innovation, information and technology, operations and supply chain

The influence of information technology and entrepreneurial orientation on competitiveness and business performance 565

N.A. Hamdani & S. Nugraha

QFD as a tool for improvement of transportation services in Bandung City 570

M.A. Sultan, R.R. Ahmad & A. Ciptagustia

Agility logistics service providers performance model 574

R. Nurjaman & L.A. Wibowo

The design of integrated information system bakery resource planning using an enterprise resource planning system approach 577

A.A.G.S. Utama & D.W. Putra

Determinants of innovation among manufacturing firms in a developing country: Insights from Indonesia 581

Y. Isnasari & P. Prasetyoputra

An integrated framework to support the process supply chain in the tourism sector 585

L.C. Nawangsari & A.H. Sutawijaya

Service quality analysis of the outpatient section at public hospitals 588

T.A. Auliandri & R.M. Wardani

Evaluation of hospital management information systems: A model success through quality, user satisfaction, and benefit factors 592

V. Pujani, R.F. Handika, H. Hardisman, R. Semiarty & R. Nazir

The linkage between co-creation and soft innovation in firm performance: A survey of Indonesian hijab fashion creative industries 597

E. Astuty, A. Rahayu, D. Disman & L.A. Wibowo

Identifying a defect’s cause using the Six Sigma method and designing an improvement: A case study 603

D.I. Nisa & F. Wurjaningrum

 

Section 5: Organizational behavior, leadership and human resources management

The impact of the implementation of a quality management system on teacher productivity 609

T.S. Rahayu & R. Rasto

Development of a human resources management capacity-strengthening model for village government 614

M.O. Fauzan & D. Disman

Millennial generation employment: The impact of millennial characteristics on performance achievement 617

E. Siahaan

Developing strategies to stimulate employees’ performance: The case of an Indonesian banker 623

E. Siahaan

The mediating role of psychological empowerment on the effect of person-organization fit on innovative work behavior 627

M.S. Melina & C.W. Sandroto

Decision support system in determining an outstanding employee based on employee performance assessment with analytical hierarchy process method 632

U. Mulyana, A.M. Siddiq & K. Kusnendi

Impact of leadership style and organizational culture on employee performance 636

Y.R. Widjaja, D. Disman & S.H. Senen

Intellectual capital and knowledge sharing linkages for enhancing institutional performance: Indonesia colleges case 640

M. Maryani & H. Djulius

The influence of leadership style on employee performance in construction company 644

P.D.H. Ardana, N.K. Astariani & I.G.M. Sudika

Impact of knowledge management on career development: A study among lecturers in private college 649

R. Widyanti & B. Basuki

The role of job demands and teamwork effectiveness in a harmonizing relationship within police organizations 654

P. Yulianti, I.M. Rohmawati & N.A. Arina

The influence of clan culture on Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB) with affective organizational commitment as intervening variable of employees 659

M.D.T. Pamungkas & P. Yulianti

Transactional leadership in public sector 663

I.A.P.S. Widnyani & G. Wirata

The influence of perceived organizational support and job characteristics on organizational citizenship behavior with employee engagement as intervening variable on pharmacists 666

D.M. Machfud & P. Yulianti

The dynamics of community political participation in direct elections of Gianyar Regency in the reformation era 671

I.M. Artayasa, G. Wirata & I.W. Astawa

The influence of discipline coaching and physical working environment on employee motivation in Kertas Padalarang company 673

S. Sedarmayanti, S. Gunawan & B.W. Wibawa

The influence of ability on employee performance 679

M. Masharyono, S.H. Senen & D.A. Dewi

The relationship of the factors that motivate nurses to provide complete nursing care documentation 686

A. Jaelani, A.M. Siddiq, K. Kusnendi & W. William

Work-life balance and work stress as antecedents of employee turnover intention in private food processing organizations 690

R. Saragih, A.P. Prasetio & I.Z. Naufal

The effects of environmental work and individual characteristics on job stress among hospital nurses 698

S. Sumiyati, M. Masharyono, H. Yuliadi & R. Purnama

The linking of knowledge management enabler and employee’s performance 703

A. Silvianita, O.P. Pramesti & M. Fakhri

The impact of coaching and person-job fit on self-efficacy and performance 706

A.S. Hidayat

Polychronicity in the hotel industry in Bandung city 709

A.R. Andriani & D. Disman

Learning culture and technology acceptance as predictors of employee performance in public electrical companies 714

A.P. Prasetio, B.S. Luturlean & G. Riyadhi

The role of job satisfaction and organizational citizenship behavior in developing knowledge sharing behavior in private universities 719

A.M. A.M. Nurdiaman, G.G. Akbar, A.P. Prasetio, A. Rahmawati & R.P. Yasmin

The driving factors of wakif’s intention to pay waqh with cash at Bantul Regency Yogyakarta 724

K.C. Kirana, S. Hermuningsih & R. Widiastuti

Work-family conflict: With antecedents of job involvement, role ambiguity and job demand with social support moderation 727

P. Yulianti & A.P. Sari

The role of mediation: Creative self-efficacy on the relationship between creative role identity, job creativity requirements and supervisor creative expectation to creative performance 730

P. Yulianti & M. Mutiara

Study of minimum wage comparison in Indonesia and Malaysia: An Islamic economics perspective 734

I. Jauhari, S. Herianingrum & T. Widiastuti

Nurses service quality in community health service using Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) 739

A.Z. Abidin, S. Suwatno, Y. Yuniarsih & D. Disman

Trade liberalization and labor demand in Indonesia 742

R.D. Handoyo & F. Rabbanisyah

The effect of job satisfaction and Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB) on employee engagement at star-rated hotels in Indonesia 746

S. Sofiyah, E. Ahman & S.H. Senen

Person-organization value fit and employee attitude: A study of bluecollar employees 750

R.A. Pebriani & R. Hurriyati

The impact of implementation of financial rewards and occupational safety and health on job satisfaction at X Company 754

B. Widjajanta, S. Sumiyati, M. Masharyono, N. Fadhlillah & H. Tanuatmodjo

Effectiveness of HR departments’ roles implementation in hospitality industry 759

R. Wahyuningtyas

Collaborative-based academic supervision for principals 764

B. Bahrodin, J. Widodo, M. Rachman & A. Slamet

The effect of organization culture, leadership style and personality on job satisfaction of auditors and supervisors: A case study of provincial and district/city inspectorates in West Java-Indonesia 770

E. Sudaryanto & R.W. Kurniasari

The effectiveness of a mobile-based reward system on performance: A case study on Go-Jek online transportation drivers in Garut, Indonesia 775

R. Muttaqin & S. Suwatno

Influence of ISO 9001: 2015 Quality Management System implementation on employee performance: A case study of UPI Academic Directorate 779

D. Lavianti & E. Ahman

The mediating role of academic motivation in the influence of the Big Five personalities on academic performance 783

I.B.G.A. Permana

The influence of transformational leadership on the affective commitment mediated by inclusive organizational culture in an elementary school in Zainuddin, Sidoarjo 787

M.A. Rozzak & A. Eliyana

Effect of work–family conflict on job performance through emotional exhaustion as a mediating variable on nurses in the Emergency Department of the Regional Public Hospital (RSUD) Dr. Iskak Tulungagung 794

M.B. Habibi & A. Eliyana

Influence of perceived organizational support for creativity and creative self-efficiency on job satisfaction toward individual creativity in members of non-profit organizations engaged in domestic stray animal care in Surabaya and Sidoarjo 802

T.S. Agustina

Motivation and leadership on the performance of private higher education lecturers 812

N.A. Hamdani & G.A.F. Maulani

Planning for the development of village-owned enterprises (BUMDes) 817

N.A. Hamdani & D. Yudiardi

The influence of staffing on work performance: A study on employees in the production division of PT Samick Indonesia 822

P. Purnamasari & E. Mahpudin

Section 6: Strategic management, entrepreneurship and contemporary issues Barriers and sukuk solutions in Indonesia 833

M. Kurniawati, N. Laila, F.F. Hasib & S.N. Mahmudah

Realized strategies and financial performance in the Indonesian banking industry 840

A. Kunaifi, M.S. Hakim & B.M. Wibawa

The effect of customer demand and supplier performance on competitive strategy 843

R.D. Pasaribu, A. Prasetio & O.O. Sharif

Developing human capital industry through public private partnership: Is it profitable? 847

I. Helvetikasari, I.D.A. Nurhaeni & D.G. Suharto

Strategic management and entrepreneurship in the disruption era 852

A. Chauhan

How Information Technology (IT) firms survive in the disruptive technology era 859

J. Achmadi, A. Rahayu, E. Ahmad & L.A. Wibowo

Entrepreneurship promotion in the context of sustainable development goals achievement 862

M. Ali

Management model of research clinic-based classroom action research assistance according to the need of social science teachers in junior high school 867

S. Swidarto, J. Widodo, F. Fahrudin & T. Sumaryanto

Does central policy influence performance of small and medium-sized industry? A case study of Footwear Central Industry in West Java, Indonesia 873

R. Wahyuniardi, H. Djulius & I. Sudirman

Queue teller performance analysis: Case study in a government bank 878

Y.D. Lestari & L. Jamilah

Entrepreneurial characteristics and business performance: A study of the “Suci” (holy) Tshirt production region in Bandung 881

C.I. Setiawati & N.A.M. Sihombing

Personal attitudes, family backgrounds, and contextual elements as antecedents of students’ entrepreneurial intentions: The case of Indonesian higher education 886

H.A. Rivai, H. Lukito & A. Morhan

Highest and Best Use (HBU) analysis as an alternative strategy of assessing asset utilization 890

M. Listyohadi, S. Sinulingga & S. Sugiharto

Identification of e-government indicators for measuring smart governance in Bandung City, Indonesia 895

I. Indrawati, M.Y. Febrianta & H. Amani

Reformulation in the basic of legal considerations about the basic in filing for bankruptcy in Indonesian commercial court (The legal comparison with Malaysia and Singapore) 901

P.E.T. Dewi & I.W.P.S. Aryana

Analysis of small medium enterprise business performance in Indonesia 905

A.E. Herlinawati, A. Machmud & S. Suryana

The relationship between innovation capacity and company performance of creative industries in Indonesia 908

R.N. Sumawidjadja, A. Machmud, S. Suryana & E. Ahman

The role of formal education on entrepreneurial intention among students 912

O.R. Yustian & H. Mulyadi

Identification of student attitudes toward entrepreneurship 917

S. Doriza & E. Maulida

Impact of entrepreneurial skills and innovations on business success 921

R. Indriarti, H. Mulyadi & H. Hendrayati

Absorptive capacity as a strategy to improve business performance of automotive companies in Indonesia 927

S. Syahyono & L.A. Wibowo

Analysis of business model canvas to increase competitiveness 930

S.D. Pratiwi, H. Mulyadi & H. Hendrayati

The influence of entrepreneurial attitude toward entrepreneurship intention of female students 938

H. Mulyadi, R.D.H. Utama, Y.M. Hidayat & W. Rahayu

The influence of attitude, subjective norm, self-efficacy, family environment towards entrepreneurial intention, mediated by entrepreneurship education, on students of faculty of economy of Ngurah Rai University 943

N.D.A. Amrita, I.M. Kartika & P.G.D. Herlambang

Upgrading the business performance: The role of the community 948

R. Rofaida, S. Suryana & A.K. Yuliawati

Development strategy of small medium enterprise in increasing the image of Tasikmalaya as a halal culinary tourist destination 952

Sulastri, A. Fauziyah, I. Yusup & E. Surachman

Influence of entrepreneurial learning on self-esteem and its impact on motivation of student entrepreneurship 957

E. Tarmedi, F.A. Setiadi, A. Surachim & L. Lisnawati

The effect of the use of project based learning model on entrepreneurship intensity based on adversity quotient 961

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How does financial constraint affect SOE’s performance in Indonesia? 965

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D. Ekowati, J. Sulistiawan & E.R. Triksina

Business ethics among sellers of imported used clothes in Royal Plaza Surabaya 975

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Improving teacher capability through clinical supervision with the Peer Coaching Grow Me (PCGM) approach 978

M. Hanif, J. Widodo, J. Sutarto & W. Wahyono

Human capital to competitive advantage of micro industry coffe in Garut Regency through distinctive 983

N.A. Hamdani, G.A.F. Maulani, T. Tetep & D. Supriyadi

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Impact from loan-to-value to housing price bubble in Indonesia and strategy to prevent business failure 993

Rudi Purwono, Dessy Kusumawardani & R.Dimas Bagas Herlambang

Psycho-economic phenomena, opportunistic behavior, and impacts on entrepreneurial failure 997

H. Rahman, E. Besra & N. Nurhayati

How do we perceive failure? Introducing the integrative model of entrepreneurial failure 1006

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Editor(s)

Biography

Prof. Dr. Ratih Hurriyati, MP is the head of the doctoral management program at Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia. Her overarching research area includes Marketing Management. In the last 5 years she has published over 30 papers in refereed academic journals, 65 papers in conference proceedings, and nine books between 2007 and 2018. She has successfully completed the supervision of six Doctoral degree students and over 30 Master degree students, and currently leads a team of four doctoral researchers in many areas related to marketing management and entrepreneurship.

Prof. Benny Tjahjono is a leader of the Sustainable Production and Consumption cluster at the Centre for Business in Society, Coventry University. His overarching research area includes Sustainable Operations and Supply Chain Management. His research track record has been demonstrated by winning a number of research grants from the UK Engineering & Physical Research Council (EPSRC), InnovateUK, European Union, overseas funding agencies and directly from the UK industry sectors. He was one of the Principal Investigators and a member of a consortium consisting of seven universities in Europe recently being awarded the Horizon2020 MSCA Innovative Training Network worth €3,995,643, aiming to formulate the service-oriented business for the European Circular Economy.

Prof. Ikuro Yamamoto is an Emeritus Professor from Kinjo Gakuin University, Nagoya. He is also active as Nagoya Mosque Vice Chairman of Board of Directors. His research area covers economic and economic policy. Some books that have been written by Prof Ikuro Yamamoto are Metropolises in Asia (joint work), New Way of Work under Co-existence with Dispatched Workers, Small and Medium Enterprises: Growth Strategy and Cluster in Indonesia, and Human Resource Cultivation and Workplace Building to Sustain Globalization Central Institute of Industrial and Labor Policies.

Prof. Agus Rahayu, MP is the Dean of the Faculty of Economic and Business Education at Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia (UPI). His overeaching research area includes Strategic Management. His research track record has been demonstrated by winning a number of research grants from ministry of research, technology and higher education for 5 consecutive years. He has been an assessor at the university's national accreditation institution for almost more than ten years. His research in the last 5 years has focused on vocational education in West Java, especially regarding local unique resources that can be used by schools as learning resources.

Dr. Ade Gafar Abdullah, M.Si is an associate professor at the Department of Electrical Engineering Education at Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia (UPI). He is currently serving as the head of Technical and Vocational Education Study Program at School of Postgraduate Studies, UPI. He is also the Coordinator of UPI publication center and vice editor in chief of Indonesian Journal of Science and Technology (IJOST). Dr. Ade Gafar Abdullah completed his doctoral degree in Nuclear Physics at Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia in 2010. He publishes on nuclear engineering, electrical engineering, and engineering education in numerous journals. He has experiences as an editor of proceedings published by CRC Press, IOP Conference Series, Atlantis Press, and Scitepress.

Ari Arifin Danuwijaya, M.Ed., G.Cert.Ed. is a lecturer at the English Education Department, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia (UPI). He is also a member of staff of the UPI publication center and a member of the Editorial Board of the Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics (IJAL). He earned his Bachelor in English Education from UPI and Master of Education in Educational Research, Assessment, and Evaluation from Flinders University, Australia. In 2017, he completed a graduate certificate program on Educational Assessment: National Examination and Computer-based Testing from the University of Adelaide. Some of his major interests are language assessment, language teaching methodology, and academic writing.