VOL 23 (December 2020) ISSUE 1

International Journal of Business, Economics and Law, Vol. 23, Issue 1

(December 2020)

TABLE OF CONTENTS

No.AuthorsTitlePage
1Sang Ayu Putu Rahayu; Aprila Niravita; Rahayu Fery Anitasari; Nurul FibriantiA STUDENT’S PORTFOLIO ONLINE-BASED ASSESSMENT: THE CASE OF UNIVERSITAS NEGERI SEMARANG1-5
2Dr. Maris Agung Triandewo; Nada Ra’idahTHE EFFECT OF DINING EXPERIENCE ON LOYALTY INTENTIONS MEDIATED BY SATISFACTION AND POSITIVE CONSUMPTION EMOTIONS OF COSTUMER OF THE COFFEE BEAN & TEA LEAF IN BEKASI CITY, INDONESIA6-17
3Muna Wadhiha Mohd Fauzi; Dr Norashikin Hussein; Ainie Harianie Aluwi; Mazlina Ahmad ZayadahINTRINSIC MOTIVATION TO LEARN AMONG MILLENNIAL AT PRIVATE UNIVERSITY: THE ROLE OF SELF EFFICACY AND SELF ESTEEM18-24
4Fong Ching Ming; Nor Hasliza Mat Hasan; Siti Munirah Rahmat; Nazrul ‘Aini Abenoh
CONSUMER PURCHASE BEHAVIOUR TOWARDS ONLINE GROCERY IN MELAKA25-31
5Ilham Maulana; Pudjihardjo; SusiloANALYSIS OF THE EFFECT OF INVESTMENT, WAGE LEVELS, THE NUMBER OF INDUSTRIES ON EMPLOYMENT IN THE INDUSTRIAL SECTOR IN REGENCIES / CITIES IN EAST JAVA PROVINCE32-42
6Dr. Rahayu SubektiEFFECTIVENESS OF TRANSBOUNDARY HAZE POLLUTION IN HANDLING OF SMOKE HAZE CASES IN SOUTHEAST ASIA43-48
7Dra. Dwi Astuti Nurhayati; Drs. AmbariIMPLEMENTATION OF FULFILLMENT OF RIGHTS WITH DISABILITIES IN OBTAINING WORK IN INDONESIA49-54
8Rindia Fanny Kusumaningtyas; Rahayu Fery AnitasariPROBLEMATICS OF TRADEMARK NAMING AFTER PASSING OF PRESIDENTIAL REGULATION NUMBER 63 YEAR 2019 CONCERNING THE USE OF INDONESIAN LANGUAGE55-63
9Bayu Fadhlurrahman; Prof. Huala Adolf; Dr. Prita AmaliaLIMITING INVESTOR LEGITIMATE EXPECTATIONS IN FOREIGN INVESTMENT TO ENSURE STATE ECONOMIC SOVEREIGNTY

IMPLEMENTATIONS OF THE PRINCIPLE IN INDIAN METALS & FERRO ALLOYS (IMFA) V REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA
55-60
10Khin Thet HtweTHE EFFECTS OF RETAIL MARKETING MIX ON CUSTOMER RETENTION OF SEIN DAUNG SUPERMARKET61-68
11Prof. Dr. Maidin Gultom; Dr. Henny Saida FloraPREVENTION OF CRIMINAL ACTS THEFT OF ELECTRICAL CURRENT69-73
12Muhamad Nadhir Abdul NasirTHE SOCIO-ECONOMIC SITUATION OF DISABLED PERSONS IN MALAYSIA74-82
13Moch. Ary Priaga; Wiwiek Mardawiyah DaryantoCAPITAL BUDGETING OF MANDALA BLOCK UNDER INDONESIA’S GROSS SPLIT PRODUCTION SHARING CONTRACT83-92
14Wiwiek Mardawiyah Daryanto; Riasky Widar Dewanti; Reyner FarrasFINANCIAL RATIO ANALYSIS OF PT UNILEVER INDONESIA TBK TO MEASURE FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE93-100
15Enesiti Chirume; Nyasha KasekeIMPACT OF COVID-19 ON SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED ENTERPRISES (SMEs) IN CHINHOYI, ZIMBABWE101-110
16I Nyoman Widhya Astawa; Made Suyana UtamaVILLAGE FUND MANAGEMENT STRATEGY AS A FACTOR IN GOOD GOVERNANCE IMPLEMENTATION111-117
17Sony Andika; Sudarmiatin; Aniek IndrawatiANALYSIS OF THE POTENTIAL INTERACTION OF KARANGGONGSO BEACH FOR COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT OF TRENGGALEK DISTRICT118-123
18Wiwiek Mardawiyah Daryanto; Putra Gusrianto; Akhmad Fahmi HikmatiyarTHE IMPACT OF POLICY REFORMS ON POULTRY INDUSTRY: CASE STUDY FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF PT. JAPFA COMFEED INDONESIA, TBK124-136
19Dr. Duhita Driyah Suprapti; Faridhotun Ridho; Yudha Kusuma
OMNIBUS LAW ON JOB CREATION AS A MEANS TO INCREASE INVESTMENT BASED ON THE CONCEPT OF WELFARE STATE137-143
20Tri Sulistiyono; Pratama Herry Herlambang; Ridwan Sholehudin Putera P; Masyita Isnadya Risky Salsabila
INDONESIAN MANPOWER AGENCY’S RESPONSIBILITY IN FISHERIES SECTOR FOR THE PROTECTION OF INDONESIAN MIGRANT WORKERS IN TAIWAN144-150
21I Gede Wiyasa Ms; Prof. Dr. Amiartuti Kusmaningtyas,; Dr. Slamet Riyadi MSi.,THE EFFECT OF SERVICE QUALITY, EMPLOYEE TRUST ON CUSTOMER SATISFACTION AND CUSTOMER LOYALTY USING POSITIVE EMOTION AS MODERATING VARIABLE FOR THE CUSTOMER OF COFFE SHOP IN SURABAYA AND GRESIK151-160
22Mohd Rizal Palil; Salwan Mohd Sakri; Siti Zaidah Turmin
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ATTITUDES AND PERCEPTION TOWARD TAX ADMINISTRATORS, GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURE, AND TAX COMPLEXITY: THEORY OF PLANNED BEHAVIOR161-167
23Wiwiek Mardawiyah Daryanto;
Edi Priyo Yunianto; Febriany Martiana Nasel

COMPARATIVE STUDY OF FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE IN LISTED INDONESIA FRIED CHICKEN COMPANIES: CASE STUDY IN FAST FOOD INDONESIA AND PIONEERINDO GOURMET INTERNATIONAL168-180
24Dion Daniel Mottoh; Paulina SutrisnoTHE IMPACT OF ENTERPRISE RISK MANAGEMENT, EARNINGS VOLATILITY, FIRM CHARACTERISTICS TO FIRM VALUE181-191
25Paulina Sutrisno; Arwina KarmudiandriCEO OVERCONFIDENCE, FOUNDER & RESTATEMENT OF FINANCIAL REPORTING192-198
26William Smart Inyang; Egu Usang Inah; Eyo Itam EyoCORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND DEPOSIT MONEY BANKS' PROFITABILITY: EVIDENCE FROM A NIGERIAN DEPOSIT MONEY BANK199-208
27Dr. Umbu Lily Pekuwali; Darius MauritsiusAUTHORITY OF SOCIETY ASSOCIATIONS (CHAIRMAN OF TRIBE) AS THE RIGHT HOLDER THE LAND OF THE TRIBE IN WEST KUPANG DISTRICT, KUPANG REGENCY209-215
28Khaton Fajar Setyawan; Mugiono; Ananda Sabil HusseinTHE EFFECT BETWEEN BRAND AWARENESS, PERCEIVED QUALITY, AND BRAND LOYALTY THROUGH A BRAND IMAGE (STUDY ON PT. EAST WEST SEED INDONESIA CHARGE BRAND CAP BRICK SEED PRODUCTS, BANYUWANGI)216-224
29Wiwiek Mardawiyah Daryanto; Arlinda Wibiayu; Elsadora ReapinaFINANCIAL HEALTH LEVEL OF INDONESIAN MOBILE TELECOMMUNICATION DEVICE RETAIL DURING DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION: A CASE STUDY OF PT ERAJAYA SWASEMBADA TBK225-242
30Wiwiek Mardawiyah Daryanto; Chatulis Indra Jaya; Imam Luqman HakimMEASURING FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES DURING INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT IN INDONESIA243-254
31Hamdan ‘Afif Bahi; Heri Pratikto; Titis Shinta DhewiTHE IMPACT OF E-WOM AND ADVERTISING ON PURCHASE DECISION SI.SE.SA SYAR’I CLOTHES WITH BRAND AWARENESS AS AN INTERVENING VARIABLES(A STUDY ON SI.SE.SA FASHION CONSUMERS)255-261
32Andika Isma; Sudarmiatin; Agus Hermawan

THE EFFECT OF ENTREPRENEURIAL SELF-EFFICACY, SUBJECTIVE NORM, AND LOCUS OF CONTROL ON ENTREPRENEURIAL INTENTION THROUGH ENTREPRENEURIAL ATTITUDE IN ECONOMIC FACULTY STUDENTS OF UNIVERSITAS NEGERI MAKASSAR262-272
33Made Pratiwi Dewi; Ni Made Tamansari; Ni Made SantiniRETURN EXPECTATIONS AS INTERVENING VARIABLES CAPITAL MARKET EDUCATION AND RISK PERCEPTION TO PUBLIC INVESTMENT INTEREST273-280
34Eri Trisihsukohandoyo; Maryunani;Marlina EkawatyANALYSIS OF POTENTIAL SOURCES OF VILLAGE ORIGINAL INCOME, AS AN EFFORT TO IMPROVE VILLAGE INDEPENDENCE. (CASE STUDY OF FOUR VILLAGES IN GONDANG DISTRICT, TULUNGAGUNG 281-287
35Wiwiek Mardawiyah Daryanto; Jessica Wijaya; Regina RenatauliFINANCIAL PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF PT. ACE HARDWARE INDONESIA, TBK. BEFORE AND AFTER THE LAUNCH OF RUPARUPA.COM288-297
36Felicia Blandina Pardede; Wiwiek Mardawiyah DaryantoFINANCIAL PERFORMANCE AND VALUATION ASSESSMENT OF PT PERUSAHAAN GAS NEGARA IN COMPARISON TO PETRONAS GAS BERHAD298-309
37Yulius Kurnia Susanto; Arya PradiptaEARNINGS MANAGEMENT: OPPORTUNISTIC BEHAVIOR VS EXTERNAL MONITORING MECHANISMS310-314
38Titis Shinta Dhewi; Afwan Hariri Agus Prohimi; Ita Prihatining Wilujeng; Handri Dian WahyudiDOES SWITCHING BARRIERS MEDIATE THE INFLUENCE OF CUSTOMER TRUST TO CUSTOMER LOYALTY?315-321
39Agustine Dwianika; Juniati GunawanSME’S GREEN ENTREPRENEURIAL INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL322-332
40Victoria Abena Nutassey; Associate Professor Siaw FrimpongTHE ROLE OF CORRUPTION IN FINANCIAL DEVELOPMENT-FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT NEXUS IN SUB- SAHARAN AFRICAN COUNTRIES333-342
41Dendik Subekti; Sri Muljaningsih; Dias SatriaTHE SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOODS STATUS OF FLOATING NET CAGE FISH FARMERS IN LAKE RANU GRATI, PASURUAN343-351
42HanifaANALYSIS OF ACCOUNTING CONSERVATISM IN MINIMIZING PROFIT MANAGEMENT IN NON-BANKING STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES (SOEs) LISTED ON THE IDX352-361
43Andriati Aziizah Syafitri; Prayogi Restia SaputraISLAMIC ECONOMIC LEARNING THROUGH LIVING LABORATORY SHARIA BASED SCHOOL COOPERATION: A CASE STUDY IN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS362-365
44Wiwiek Mardawiyah Daryanto; Feti Fera; Hilary KristinANALYZING THE 2017-2020 FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF PT GARUDA INDONESIA Tbk TO MEASURE THE COMPANY'S ABILITY TO SURVIVE THE COVID-19 CRISIS366-378
45Tommy LeonardJURIDICAL REVIEW OF LAZADA'S RESPONSIBILITY IN SELLING MONEY NIKE SHOES THROUGH LAZADA'S OFFICIAL SITE 379-382
46Edy LisdiyonoEXISTENCE OF LEGAL AID INSTITUTION IN ASSISTING POOR PEOPOLE DEALING WITH LAW383-387
47Erna Trimartini; Hartiwiningsih; Widodo Tresno NoviantoDIVERSION IS A WAY OF DEFENSE ON CHILDREN'S DEVELOPMENT IN A REGIME OF CRIMINAL JURISDICTION IN OF INDONESIA388-391
48Martono AnggustiTHE CONVERGENCE AND DIVERSITY OF CSR NEED TO BE STANDARDIZED AS MANDATORY IN INDONESIA392-395
49Ema Septaria; M. Yamani; Dr. Nur Sulistyo Budi AmbariniREGULATION MODEL OF MARINE UTILIZATION BY SMALL FISHERMEN IN THE FRAME OF REGIONAL AUTONOMY IN MUKOMUKO, INDONESIA396-402
50Ely Siswanto; Puji Handayati; Suparti; Muhammad HariEXPLORING THE DETERMINATION OF FINANCING PROFIT-SHARING RATIO OF MUDHARABAH AND ITS ACCOUNTING TREATMENT403-410
51Dr. Ohn Mar MyintTHE EFFECT OF BRAND EQUITY ON BUYING BEHAVIOR OF SAI COSMETICS IN YANGON411-420
52Benny Bambang IrawanLEGAL PROTECTION OF BANK CUSTOMERS IN VIOLATION OF CUSTOMER DATA CONFIDENTIALITY421-429
53Muhammad Yusuf;
Wiwik Utami; Khomsiyah;
Susi Dwi Mulyani
STUDY OF QUALITY OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AS A PREDICTOR OF AGGRESSIVENESS TAX ON ISSUERS IN INDONESIA STOCK EXCHANGE430-440