VOL 15 (April 2018) ISSUE 5

SEAJBEL – South East Asia Journal of Contemporary Business, Economics and Law, Vol. 15, Issue 5 (April 2018)

TABLE OF CONTENTS

No.AuthorsTitlePage
1Ardi S, Etty Murwaningsari
FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE DETERMINATION, EARNINGS QUALITY, INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL AND COMPANY VALUE1-16
2Anang Setiyawan,
Jamal Wiwoho, Rahayu
STRENGTENING INDONESIA’S POLICY ON NATIONAL CYBER SECURITY TO DEAL WITH CYBERWARFARE THREAT17 – 26
3Septianti Chairunnisa,
Rachmat Sudarsono,
Benny Budiawan Tjandrasa
TESTING OF DYNAMIC TRADE-OFF THEORY ON LEVERAGE DECISION27 - 35
4Tri Setiady, Etty Mulyati, Hj. Susilowati S Dajaan, Hj. R. KartikasariTHE ROLE OF CAPITAL FINANCING INSTITUTIONS AS A FINANCIAL ALTERNATIVE FOR MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES IN MAKING THE INDONESIAN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT36 – 40
5Tijjani Muhammad, Suleiman Alhaji Dauda
ISLAMIC FINANCE IN PROMOTING ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA41 - 45
6Dora KusumastutiPRINCIPLES OF SOCIAL JUSTICE IN THE COMPLETION OF CREDIT LOSS DUE TO CIRCUMSTANCES FORCE (FORCE MAJEOUR) IN INDONESIA46 – 51
7Hotman FredyTHE PREDICTION OF BANKRUPTCY IN THE PULP AND PAPER INDUSTRY COMPANY52 – 62
8Tran Thi Hoang Mai, Nguyen Thi Hai YenVIETNAM'S AGRICULTURE TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: OPPORTUNITIES, CHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS IN THE CONTEXT OF INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC INTEGRATION NOWADAYS63-70
9Owino O. Joseph, Francis Kibera, Raymond MusyokaMICROFINANCE MARKET
COVERAGE AND RETURN
ON ASSET
71 – 78
10Saliya BalasooriyaARE THE MACRO PRUDENTIAL POLICIES APPLICABLE TO MICROFINANCE
INSTITUTIONS? – A CASE OF SRI LANKAN MICROFINANCE INSTITUTIONS
79 - 90
11Fanji Farman, Gideon Setyo BINFLUENCE DISCLOSURE OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AGAINST FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE (Empirical Study of Listed Mining Sector in Indonesia Stock Exchange period 2012-2016)87-94
12Mohd Fuad Md. Sawari, Nik Azizu Nik Abdullah,
Mustafa Mat Jubri @ Shamsuddin,
Akhtarzaite Abdul Aziz
ISSUES OF BAI’ AL-‘INAH IN THE CONTEMPORARY ISLAMIC FINANCIAL PRODUCTS AND ITS SOLUTIONS ACCORDING TO THE SHARIAH PRINCIPLES95-103
13Kogilavani Apadore, Chan
Yee Chin, Mabel Ding Cheau
Qi,Tham Mun Yan, Waynnie
Goh Yu-Sinn, Wong Tze Min
FACTORS AFFECTING WHISTLEBLOWING INTENTION: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY104-114
14Adrian ChrissanjayaTHE INFLUENCE OF TAX MORALE AND TAX AUTHORITY'S SERVICE QUALITY TO TAX COMPLIANCE115-122
15Siti Nur Iraeni, Haryo Kuncoro, Karuniana Dianta A SebayangTHE CAUSAL
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INTERNATIONAL
RESERVES AND TOURIST ARRIVALS: THE CASE IN INDONESIA
123-132
16Rizki Azhar Fahmiansyah, Margono Setiawan, Nur Khusniyah IndrawatiTHE EFFECT OF PERCEIVED VALUE TO CUSTOMER COMMITMENT THROUGH CUSTOMER SATISFACTION AND CUSTOMER TRUST OF UMRAH PILGRIMSIN THE PT. MABRURO TOUR AND TRAVEL SIDOARJO133-141
17Risqi Mumpuni Dyastuti, I Gusti Ayu Ketut Rachmi Handayani THE URGENCY OF CONTROLLING AND UTILIZATION OF THE ABANDONED LAND ON LAND AGREEMENT IN INDONESIA142-146
18Tiara Prihatningsih, I Gusti Ayu Ketut Rachmi HandayaniTHE ASPECT OF JUSTICE REGARDING THE COMPENSATION OF HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION IN SAWAHAN VILLAGE IN BOYOLALI REGENCY147-152
19Tahmeem Siddiqi, Sadia Tangem
IMPACT OF WORK ENVIRONMENT, COMPENSATION AND MOTIVATION ON THE PERFORMANCE OF EMPLOYEES IN THE INSURANCE COMPANIES OF BANGLADESH153-162
20Linna Ismawati, Sulaeman Rahman Nidar, Nury Effendi,
Aldrin Herwany
THE CAPITAL STRUCTURE’S DETERMINANT IN FIRM LOCATED IN INDONESIA163-169
21Lita Wulantika, Ina Primiana, Erie Febrian, Imas SoemaryaniCREATIVITY AND INNOVATION IN IMPROVING THE PERFORMANCE OF AMIL ZAKAT AT NATIONAL AMIL ZAKAT AGENCIES IN WEST JAVA170-180
22Beureukat, Rahayu LestariMODEL OF ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT WITH INDUSTRILIZATION APPROACH USING BANANA WASTE AS THE RAW MATERIAL, IN NANGGROE ACEH DARUSSALAM (NAD)181-188
23Ferdi Septian Gunawan, Wilson R L TobingTHE EFFECT OF PROFITABILITY, LIQUIDITY AND INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES ON DIVIDEND POLICY189-195
24Rendi Ardika, Nurika Restuningdiah,
Tuhardjo
PRICE REALIZATION OF BUSINESSMEN’S PERSPECTIVE (LIVESTOCK CHICKEN) IN BLITAR REGENCY (A PHENOMENOLOGY STUDY)196-202
25Adiaty Rovita
Moch. Najib Imanullah
Pujiyono
ELECTRONIC MONEY AS A LEGAL PAYMENT INSTRUMENT IN INDONESIA203-209
26Kurnia Riesty Utami,
Nurika Restuningdiah,
Sunaryanto
ASSESSING ACCOUNTING FROM THE MICRO-SCALE CREATIVE ECONOMIC BEHAVIOR OF BATIK DISTRICT CRAFTMEN IN BANYUWANGI DISTRICT210-216
27Budi PrasetyoCONTRIBUTION OFADAT LAW IN THE REFORM AND DEVELOPMENT OF NATIONAL INHERITANCE LAW IN INDONESIA217-221
28Arina Novitasari, Adi Sulistiyono, Lego KarjokoTHE EFFECTIVENESS OF LAW ENFORCEMENT
AGAINST ILLEGAL
CIGARETTE
ENTREPRENEUR
(DECISION STUDY
NUMBER:
169/Pid.Sus/2015/PN.Kds)
222-227
29Deden TarmidiARE STUDENTS INTERESTED TO LEARN TAX ACCOUNTING (EMPIRICAL STUDY ON ACCOUNTING STUDENTS IN INDONESIA)228-236

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