Enhancing Business Stability Through Collaboration: Proceedings of the International Conference on Business and Management Research (ICBMR 2016), October 25-27, 2016, Lombok, Indonesia (Hardback) book cover

Enhancing Business Stability Through Collaboration

Proceedings of the International Conference on Business and Management Research (ICBMR 2016), October 25-27, 2016, Lombok, Indonesia

Edited by Ari Kuncoro, Viverita, Sri Rahayu Hijrah Hati, Dony Abdul Chalid

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Business practices in emerging markets are constantly challenged by the dynamic environments that involve stakeholders. This increases the interconnectedness and collaboration as well as spillover effect among business agents, that may increase or hold back economic stability. This phenomenon is captured in this proceedings volume, a collection of selected papers of the 10th ICBMR 2016 Conference, held October 25—27, 2016 in Lombok, Indonesia. This ICBMR’s theme was Enhancing Business Stability through Collaboration, and the contributions discuss theories, conceptual frameworks and empirical evidence of current issues in the areas of Business, Management, Finance, Accounting, Economics, Islamic Economics, and competitiveness. All topics include aspects of multidisciplinarity and complexity of safety in research and education.

Table of Contents

Accounting

Institutional geopolitics: A new approach to benchmark the excess value of multinational corporations

M.F.Md. Salleh & W.S. Yusoff

Environmental management accounting and other environmental/sustainability related practices: An exploratory case study

R. Jusoh, N. Zulkifli, D. Zainal & N. Mokhtar

Determinant factors of carbon disclosure: An empirical study of FTSE global equity index series

N.S. Adriani & R. Wardhani

The effect of situational factors on employees’ whistle-blowing motives: A case study

B.A. Permata & D. Adhariani

The effect of risk disclosure quality on shares’ liquidity

I. Geraldina, H. Rossieta, R. Wardhani & Fitriany

Debiasing model for auditees’ likeability based on accountability and ethics understanding

A. Munandar & F. Avivi

A field trip by undergraduate students from the accounting program at Universitas Sriwijaya to PT. Semen Baturaja to understand management accounting

L.L. Fuadah & K. Dewi

Economics

Intra-OIC trade: The impact of IDB trade financing

S.S.A. Arifai & F.F. Hastiadi

Finance

Why study more? The impact of earnings risk on education and savings

S.S. Wibowo

The impact of loan portfolio concentration and foreign bank entry on Indonesian banks’ returns and risk

A.M. Christiana & Viverita

Rate of profit as a pricing benchmark in Islamic banking as a substitution of interest rate to create financial stability

T. Supriyanto

Determinants of risk appetite among young adult investors

J. Mohamed, Z. Azhar, A. Yulia & M. Ehsan

Counting Chinese stars: Does it matter to Indonesia’s stock exchange?

W. Santoso

Analysis of the effect of the global financial crisis, debt maturity, and foreign ownership on investment: An empirical study of companies listed on the Indonesia stock exchange in 2005–2014

S. Limantara & M. Ulpah

Prioritization model for project portfolio management: A case study of PT Pertamina Hulu Energi ONWJ

B.P.I. Agung & Y. Sunitiyoso

General and strategic management

The value creation architecture of the cross-sector collaboration model

K.A. Sudiyono & M. Hamsal

The effect of institutional context in partner selection: A case study of collaborative transportation in cargo transport in Indonesia

H. Hanafiah & W. Widjaja

The effect of product innovation, value co-creation, and market sensing on Indonesian Batik firms’ performance

H. Indriastuti & Rahmawati

Managing sustainable growth for the Tomasello Pasta Company (system dynamic approach)

F.A. Pinagara & Y. Xu

Proposed strategies for H’s Bakery to grow its business

J. Wiana & A. Inggriantara

An analysis of the antecedents of innovation and its effect on the performance of wood and furniture companies in Central Java

M. Ihsan & R.D. Kusumastuti

Human resource management

The effects of transformational, transactional, and laissez-faire leadership styles in conflict management styles: Cases of public sector organizations in Indonesia

R. Anwar & Y.Z. Qisthi

Two perspectives of workplace bullying definition and behavior in the context of nursing in Indonesia

L.Y. Amanto, M.I. Syaebani & M. Devina

Aggression in the workplace: The role of individual characteristics and situational factors

S. Sunaryo, J. Suyono, S. Istiqomah & Sarjiyanto

A paradox of school principals’ competencies in Pakistan

Y. Hartijasti & S. Afzal

Analysis of work ability among senior citizen workers through perceived health and psychological well-being: Case study in Indonesia

K.R. Ririh, A. Satrya, Y. Hartijasti & N.I.S. Putri

Marketing

Exploring the hablumminannas in Muslim consumers’ religious behavior

M. Aisyah

Differentiation strategy and competitiveness of hotels: A case study in Ubud, Indonesia

T.G.R. Sukawati & I.P. Astawa

Factors affecting the consumption of grooming products by metrosexual men in Jakarta, Indonesia

M.R.R. Adam

The effects of relationship quality and service quality on loyalty and word-of-mouth among Umra and Hajj travel agencies

A. Achyar & K. Oktora

Understanding Islamic brand image attributes of online matrimonial services

S.N.A. Hamid

Antecedent analysis of counterfeit apparel product purchase intention: A modified model of the theory of planned behavior

D. Hapsoro & L.T.H. Hutami

Marketing ambidexterity and marketing performance: Synthesis, a conceptual framework, and research propositions

K. Adiwijaya, S. Wahyuni & J.S. Mussry

Does western culture impact customer loyalty for western multinational companies in Malaysia? A case study of Starbucks

A. Md Isa, M. Subhan & M.B. Saud

The influence of religiosity in the use of Islamic brands by hijab wearers in Indonesia

A.K. Amin, N. Sobari & H. Usman

E-tourism adoption using the technological, organizational, and environmental framework

V. Pujani, Meuthia, Y.H. Yeni & V. Capiliko

An analysis of the role of destination image and e-WOM in creating visit intention to Borobudur Temple, Indonesia

R.R. Prayogo, A. Kusumawardhani & D. Hasto

Break the bottle: How sensory stimulation affects behavioral changes

I. Aprillani, H. Mahardika & M.I. Johan

About the Editors

Ari Kuncoro is a Professor of the Department of Economics, in University of Indonesia and senior researcher in Institute of Economics and Social Research (LPEM FE UI) since 1994. Prior to that, currently he serves as the Dean of Faculty of Economics UI 2013-2017. Ari Kuncoro earned a Master of Arts degree from University of Minnesota in 1990 and completed his Ph.D in economics studies from Brown University in 1994. For academic excellence and outstanding service, he received several awards such as a gold medal for best paper from Global Network Development Network, Heinz-Arndt Award from Australian National University, Best Researcher and Lecture from University of Indonesia. He has been well known in the area of knowledge economics development and government. He has published a number of papers in academic journal including American Review Journal and Bulletin Journal of Bank of Indonesia. His current research interest includes urban economics, economics development, econometrics, Applied Micro Econometrics, and industrial organization.

Viverita is an Associate Professor in Finance and banking at the Department of Management, and Deputy Head of Graduate School of Management, Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Indonesia. She holds a Ph.D in 2005 from Department of Accounting and Finance, Faculty of Business and Economics, Monash University, Australia. She has published papers in some respected international journals and authored a book and book chapters in related research interest. She appointed as academic advisor in Universitas Indonesia from 2014 to 2016. She was a Senior Research Fellow at Bank Indonesia in 2008; Awardee of Endeavour Research Fellow from the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations, in 2010 at Department of Finance, School of Business, Bond University, Australia; and Research Fellow at Department of Banking and Finance, Monash Business School, in 2016. Her research interests are in the area of Financial Inclusion and Poverty Alleviation; Competition and Efficiency of Banks and Financial Institutions; Natural Disaster Risk Mitigation related to SMEs and Poverty Alleviation; Islamic Bank Asset Pricing and sukuk pricing.

Sri Rahayu Hijrah Hati is a Director of Islamic Business Undergraduate Program Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Indonesia. She has authored articles in Journal of Social Entrepreneurship and Asia Pacific Journal of Marketing and Logistics. She has also co-authored book and chapter in book on social entrepreneurship. Currently she is also a vice editor of ASEAN Marketing Journal. Other than her academic activities, she is also active in doing industrial research for many institutions such as Euromonitor International Singapore, Indonesian Financial Services Authority (Otoritas Jasa Keuangan/OJK) and Euromoney Institutional Investor Company (EMIS).

Dony Abdul Chalid is a Head of Management Department Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Indonesia. He is also a vice editor of South East Asian Management Journal. He received his doctorate in management from Bologna University. He previously appointed as visiting research scholar at Cass Business School and Bank Indonesia. His current research interests include banking, financial market, microfinance, corporate finance and corporate governance.

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