Competition and Cooperation in Economics and Business
Proceedings of the Asia-Pacific Research in Social Sciences and Humanities, Depok, Indonesia, November 7-9, 2016: Topics in Economics and Business
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Asia and the Pacific have become the growth engine of the world economy with the contribution of two-third of the global growth. The book discusses current issues in economics, business, and accounting in which economic agents, as individuals, entrepreneurs and professionals, as well as countries in the Asia and Pacific regions compete and collaborate with each other and with the rest of the globe. Areas covered in the book include economic development and sustainability, labor market competition, Islamic economic and business, marketing, finance, accounting standard compliances, and taxation. It will help shed light on what business and economic scholars in regions have done in terms of research and knowledge development, as well as the new frontiers of research that have been explored and opening up.
This is an Open Access ebook, and can be found on www.taylorfrancis.com.
Table of Contents
Economics. Accouting. Islamic Economics. Management. Development Policy. Labor.
Lindawati Gani is a Professor at the Faculty of Economics and Businiess at Universitas Indonesia. Her interests are Cost Accounting and Management Accounting. She has authored articles in British Accounting Review, Accounting Perspective, International Research Journal of Business Studies, International Journal of Accounting, Management Accounting Research. She is also a Vice Chief Editor of Jurnal Akuntansi Keuangan Indonesia. Other than her teaching and research activities, she is actively involved in several institutions such as The Institute of Certified Management Accountant, Institute of Indonesia Chartered Accountant (IAI), Indonesian Institute for Corporate Directorship and Chartered Institute of Management Accountant.
Beta Yulianita Gitaharie is senior lecturer at the Department of Economics and Vice Dean of Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Indonesia. She has interests in macroeconomics, monetary and development economics, including financial inclusion. Some of her research was published as book chapter in ILO Publication and WTO Publication and national academic journals, among others Economics and Finance in Indonesia, Jurnal Ekonomi dan Pembangunan Indonesia. She also contributed to quarterly economic highlights in collaboration between LPEM FEB UI with BCA.
Zaäfri Husodo is a senior lecturer in Finance and Banking at the Department of Management, Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Indonesia. His interests include Frictions in Financial System, Financial System Stability and Financial Inclusion for Sharia and Conventional Finance. He has published in several journals such as Pacific-Basin Finance Journal, Risk Management e-Journal, Contemporary Economics and Indonesian Capital Market Review. He has been a guest reviewer for many academic journals, among others are Emerging Market Review, Jurnal Sesindo, GAMA-IJB, Jurnal BPPK and Jurnal Akuntansi Keuangan Petra.
Ari Kuncoro is a Professor and Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Business Universitas Indonesia. His works on this subject published in the Journal of Political Economy and the World Bank Economic Review become the most important works in the field of Indonesian industrial economics. He has been appointed Visiting Research Professor at Brown University, Visiting Scholar at the International Center for the Study of East Asian Development (Japan), Visiting Scholar at the Australian National University and Visiting Fellow at the Royal Netherland Institute for South East Asian and Caribbean Studies in 2008.