Programme Schedule and Rooms Allocation

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Programme Schedule

07.30–13.00 WIB : Registration (Asia-Africa Room)

08.15–10.15 WIB : Concurrent Session 1

10.15–10.30 WIB : Coffee Break (Meeting room)

10.30–10.40 WIB : Opening

10.40–12.00 WIB : Keynote Speech (Asia-Africa Room)

  1. Wing Wah Tham PhD (Senior Lecturer at UNSW, Australia)
  2. Prof Te -Kuang Cho (Dean of STUST, Taiwan)

12.00–13.00 WIB : Lunch (Garden Restaurant)

13.00–15.00 WIB : Concurrent Session 2

15.00–15.45 WIB : Sharing Session: STUST – Scholarships and University Networking (Asia-Africa Room)

15.45–16.00 WIB : Coffee Break (Meeting room)

16.00–18.00 WIB : Concurrent Session 3

 

Rooms Allocation (15 minutes is allocated for presentation and discussion per presenter)

Accounting and Finance

  • Asia Africa Room Session 1 (08.15–10.15 WIB)
  • Sultan Room Session 1 (08.15–10.15 WIB)
  • Asia Africa Room Session 2 (13.00–15.00 WIB)
  • Sultan Room Session 2 (13.00–15.00 WIB)
  • Asia Africa Room Session 3 (16.00–18.00 WIB)

Management

  • The Palace Room Session 1 (08.15–10.15 WIB)
  • Caesar Room Session 1 (08.15–10.15 WIB)
  • The Palace Room Session 2 (13.00–15.00 WIB)
  • Caesar Room Session 2 (13.00–15.00 WIB)
  • The Palace Room Session 3 (16.00–18.00 WIB)

Economics

  • Sultan Room Session 3 (16.00–18.00 WIB)

Social Science

  • Caesar Room Session 3 (16.00–18.00 WIB)


 

TRACK 1   Accounting and Finance

Asia Africa Room Session 1 (08.15–10.15 WIB)

  1. The Effect of Atitude, Subjective Norm and Behavior Control on Tax Complience Payer With Intention As Intervening Variable – Arie Frinola Minovia, Resti Yulistia Muslim (Bung Hatta University)
  2. The Effect of Ownership Structures and Political Connection on Tax Avoidance – Resti Yulistia Muslim, Arie Frinola Minovia (Bung Hatta University)
  3. Is There Free Cash Flow Information in Decision Making Companies and Investors? – Lisa Rahayu, Yuli Soesetio (State University of Malang)
  4. The effects of IFRS and its enforcement on Earnings Management. A study of the Johanesburg Stock Exchange – Hope Ruvimbo Tsitsi Musvosvi, Hamidah (Airlangga University)
  5. The Case Study of Intellectual Capital Disclosure on Cost of Equity Capital in Indonesian Firms – Mita Restiana, Neneng Djuaeriah (Swiss German University)
  6. Could Independent Board, Board Meeting, Audit Committee, and Risk Committee improve the Asset Quality and Operational Performance – Te Kuang Chou, Agung Dharmawan Buchdadi (Southern Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan)
  7. Management Motivation on Fixed Asset Revaluations and Choice of Items to Revalue: Evidence from Indonesia – Dyah Purwanti (State of Finance Polytechnic-STAN)
  8. Analysis of Consignment Sales Rating to 2014 Profit in CV. Lam Alif Purwakarta – Gusganda Suria Manda, Dian Hakip Nurdiansyah (Singaperbangsa University Karawang)

 

Sultan Room Session 1 (08.15–10.15 WIB)

  1. The Phenomenon of Mandatory Reporting on Legislative General Election Campaign Finance, evidence in East Java province, Indonesia – Henry W. Darmoko, Abdul Rohman (Merdeka University of Madiun, Diponegoro University)
  2. The Role of Risk Management Systems in Moderating the Effect of CSR Activities on Tax Aggressiveness Behaviors – Muhammad Basyuni Rizqi Qodraturrasyid, Siti Nuryanah (University of Indonesia)
  3. Empirical Testing of the Accuracy Various Models to Measue Value of the Firm – Nurcahyaning Dwi Kusumaningrum, I Made Narsa (University of Airlangga)
  4. Effect of Integrated Reporting Firm Value-An Approach from Financial Statements and Non Financial Reports on the Indonesia Stock Exchange – Monica Rahardian, Ary Helmina, Jaka Isgiyarta (Diponegoro University)
  5. Effect of Size Company to the Value of Company with Profitability as a Moderating Variable (Case Study on Food and Beverage Company Listed on Indonesia Stock Exchange Period of 2011-2015- Sri Suartini, Hari Sulistiyo, Nanu Hasanuh (Universitas Singaperbangsa Karawang)
  6. Reflections for Whom SAI’s Performance Audit (Case study in BPK) – Windhu Wibisono, Roy V. Salomo (University of Indonesia)
  7. Citizen Attitudes Towards Information Transparency in Local Government in Indonesia – Dyah Purwanti, Rahayu Kusumawardhani (State of Finance Polytechnic-STAN)
  8. Conditions Effectiveness of Regional Financial Management Information System – Frita Lussie Bramanti, Heni Nurani Hartikayanti (University of General Achmad Yani)

Asia Africa Room Session 2 (13.00 WIB – 15.00 WIB)

  1. Computerized Accounting Information System and Information Quality: Case Study of SME in Indonesia – Renna Magdalena (Universitas Pelita Harapan Surabaya)
  2. The Development of an Accounting Information System in Micro and Small Businesses in Semarang – Nanik Sri Utaminingsih, Amir Mahmud (Diponegoro University, Universitas negeri Semarang)
  3. The Role of Corporate Governance Mechanisms in Preventing Accounting Fraud in the Perspective of Fraud Diamond – Imang Dapit Pamungkas, Imam Ghozali, Tarmizi Achmad (Diponegoro University)
  4. Public Awareness of Corruption in Indonesia – Dyah Purwanti, Arifah Fibri Andriyani (State Finance Polytechnique-STAN-Indonesia)
  5. Optimalization of Tax Potentials and Regional Retribution to Increase District Own Source Revenue in Ende Regency – Sabra B. Wahab Thalib, Laurentius D. Gadi Djou, Ernesta Leha (Universitas Flores, BAPPEDA Kabupaten Ende)
  6. Tax Aggressiveness, Firm Risk and Corporate Social Responsibility: Testing Legitimacy Theory in Manufacturing Firms – Khairunnisa, Dwi Martani (University of Indonesia)
  7. Justice Tax Based on MSME Enterpreneur Perspective-Case Study of Atom Market Surabaya – Jeanny Novliemyanti, Fauzi Ismail Arif, Yogi Prasetyo Nugroho, Bambang Tjahjadi (Universitas Airlangga)
  8. Analysis of Strategic Factors Having Significant Roles in Optimizing Tax Revenue – Endang Mahpudin, Suhono (Singaperbangsa University Karawang)

 

Sultan Room Session 2 (13.00 WIB – 15.00 WIB)

  1. Developing Teaching Materials With Preparation Modules Accounting Practices Costs Based Guided Discovery – Nora Susanti, Citra Ramayani (STKIP PGRI Sumatera Barat)
  2. Merger Analysis of PT CIMB Niaga Tbk Based on Risk Based Bank Rating – Jason Wijaya, Taufik Faturohman (Institut Teknologi Bandung)
  3. Effect of Exchange Value, Import, Export and Inflation on Stock Price Index in Indonesian Stock Exchange – Akhmad Sodikin, Ella Siti Chaeriyah (UNKRIS Jakarta)
  4. An Analysis on The Infrastructure Competitiveness Index As A Determinant of Investment in Indonesia – Guswandi, Fajar Cahyo Utomo (Krisnadwipayana University)
  5. Financial Inclusion for Low Income Communities at Underdeveloped Areas in Indonesia – Budhi Suparningsih, Dhistianti Mei Rahmawantari (Krisnadwipayana University)
  6. Factors Affecting Cash Dividend in the Consumer Good Industry – Henny Medyawati, Muhamad Yunanto (Gunadarma University)
  7. The Role of Industrial Factors on Optimal Capital Structure Proxy – Prima Naomi, Irwan Adi Ekaputra, Buddi Wibowo (Universitas Indonesia)
  8. The Factors Behind Social Enterprise Investment Barriers -Experience In Taiwan – Su-Chuan Liu,  Hwa-Nan Chan (Chaoyang University of Technology)

 

Asia Aftrica Room Session 3 (16.00–18.00 WIB)

  1. Analysis of Effect Return on Equity, Capital Adequacy Ratio, Net Interest Margin and Pay Out Ratio of Dividend Share Price on Banking Companies in Indonesia Stock Exchange – Heriyati Chrisna (Universitas Pembangunan Pancabudi)
  2. Capital Structure, R&D, Firm Size, and Investment Opportunity Set: Growth Sales as Mediating – Mahirun Latifudin, Sugeng Wahyudi (Diponegoro University)
  3. Impact of Duality CEO’s on underpricing and long-term performance – Maximus Leonardo Taolin, Sugeng Wahyudi (Diponegoro University)
  4. Corporate Social Responsibility and Earnings Management in ASEAN BANKS – Sylvia Rianda Anugra, Ratna Wardhani (University of Indonesia)
  5. Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) and Firm Value: Evidence from Financial Companies in Indonesia – Bestari Dwi Handayani, Anis Chariri, Abdul Rahman (Diponegoro University)
  6. Conservatism in Islamic and Conventional Banks (Study in Indonesia and Malaysia) – Nanda Putri Ghassani Fildzah, Dini Rosdini (Universitas Padjadjaran)

 

 

TRACK 2   Management

The Palace Room Session 1 (08.15–10.15 WIB)

  1. The Cultural Shocks in Indonesia – Ahmad Hermanto, Abdul Rivai (Krisnadwipayana University)
  2. The establishment of Business Clustering by Applying Value Chain with Multiple Commodities Approach in Efforts to Increase the Competitiveness of the Region – M Faisal (Universitas Trilogi)
  3. Enhancing Employee Engagement Through Organizational Climate (Case Study Educational Staff in School of Business and Management Institut Teknologi Bandung) – Hary Febriansyah, Dematria Pringgabayu, Nurfaisa Hidayanti, Feny Citra Febrianti (Institut Teknologi Bandung, Padjajaran University)
  4. Implementation of JICK’S 10 Key Steps to Change on Televisi Republik Indonesia – Amanda Setiorini,  Tjatjuk Siswandoko, M. Irawan Noor (Krisnadwipayana University)
  5. Forecasting of Satisfaction and Repurchase Intention of Indonesia Shoppers Is Shopping Malls – Risca Fitri Ayuni (Brawijaya University)
  6. Geo-service Industry Analysis: Scanning Challenges and Opportunities for Sustainable Asia-Pacific – Tamer Zaki Fouad Mohamed (Southern Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan)
  7. Eco-Label and Purchase Intention: The Role of Trusted Values to Green Products – Wisnu Wijayanto,  Harry Soesanto (Diponegoro University)
  8. Repurchase Intentions of Mass Transit Service Users: Roles of Service Quality, Customer Trust, and Corporate Image – Retno Mulatsih, Harry Soesanto (Diponegoro University)

 

Caesar Room Session 1 (08.15–10.15 WIB)

  1. Quality of Services Strategy to Increase Satisfaction of Primary Services Users Community at Nanggalo and Lapai Public Health Care in Padang City – Hayu Yolanda Utami, Rizky Natassia,  Susi (Andalas University)
  2. Business Environment in Indonesian Furniture Industry: Case Study in PT. Chitose Internasional, Tbk – Ardi Apriliadi, Moch Fadly Ibrahim, Popy Rufaidah (University of Padjadjaran)
  3. Testing Employer Branding Model in Private Universities – Gina Goniah, Popy Rufaidah (University of Padjadjaran)
  4. Assessing the Recent Efficiency of Rural Banks in West Java Indonesia – Mokhamad Anwar, Layyinaturrobaniyah, Ratna Komara, Sulaeman Rahman (University of Padjadjaran)
  5. Brand Orientation Scale (BOS): Testing in Small Medium Enterprises – Resti Rachmawati, Popy Rufaidah (University of Padjadjaran)
  6. Potential Analysis of SME Development in Business-Handicrafts of Minangkabau Spare Gold Yarns in the Whole Sumatera Area – Mareta Kemala Sari, Dina Amaluis Syailendra,  Eka Saputra and Ariesta (STKIP PGRI West Sumatera)
  7. Value Chain Analysis Of PT. Electronics City Indonesia Tbk : Case Study in Modern Electronics retail Company – Anne Angelia,  Ramadiwati Mekar,  Adelina Daswir, Popy Rufaidah (University of Padjadjaran)
  8. The Determinant of Work Motivation and Implication on Lecturer Performance in Karawang Region – Rahmat Hasbullah (Universitas Singaperbangsa Karawang)

 

The Palace Room Session 2 (13.00–15.00 WIB)

  1. The Relationship Between Emotional Intelligence and Job Performance Among Employees at Majlis Perbandaran Alor Gajah, Melaka Malaysia – Noor Haty Nor Azam, et.al (Universiti Teknologi MARA Melaka-Malaysia, Universiti Teknologi MARA Sarawak-Malaysia)
  2. The Influence of Organizational Culture “The Telkomsel Way” on Employee Performance of PT Telkomsel in Area 2 Jabotabek West Java – Maulana Yusup (Telkom University)
  3. Occupational Stress on Job Performance of Office Work-Based Employees in Malaysia’s Port – Nur Faithzah Jamian, et.al (Universiti Teknologi MARA (Melaka), Malaysia, Universiti Teknologi MARA (Terengganu),Malaysia, Universiti Teknologi MARA (Perak), Malaysia)
  4. Influence Analysis Factors on The Performance of Work Unit at The Regional Government Binjay. Financial Management By Region as Moderating Variable – Anggi Pratama (Universitas Sumatara Utara)
  5. The Influence of Compensation, Organizational Culture and Organizational Commitment to Employees Performance in UPT Balai Informasi Teknologi LIPI and UPT Balai Pengembangan Instrumentasi LIPI – Dina Lusyana (Padjadjaran University)
  6. Protean Career Attitude and Career Satisfaction: Mediating role of Skill Malleability – Wahyu, Suharnomo (Diponegoro University)
  7. How to Increase Work Motivation? – Dewi Susita, Marsofiyati (State University of Jakarta)
  8. The Impact of Perceived Organizational Support, Proactive Personality and Employee Creativity on Career Satisfaction – The Elisabeth Cintya Santosa, Ahyar Yuniawan (Diponegoro University)

 

Caesar Room Session 2 (13.00–15.00 WIB)

  1. Measuring community satisfaction in local authority: Important Satisfaction Analysis – Suharto, Amilia Hasbullah (Krisnadwiapayana University)
  2. The Impact of Academic Service Quality on Student Satisfaction – Ester Manik, Iwan Sidharta (Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Ekonomi Pasundan Bandung)
  3. Work Motivation Enhancement Through Leadership and Compensation in Cooperation Employees at Karawang Regency – Solehudin (Singaperbangsa University of Karawang)
  4. Influence the Function of Leadership, Motivation and Communication on Performance clerk in the Public Works Agency Karawang – Sony Hersona GW (Singaperbangsa University of Karawang)
  5. Smart Predictors of Job Seekers Self-Disclosure on Padang City on the Future – Sofyardi (Universitas Andalas)
  6. Influence of Customer Relationship Marketing and Satisfaction of Customer Loyalty – Anny Nurbasari, Nisa Hanum Harani (Maranatha Cristian University, Politeknik Pos Indonesia)
  7. Determinants of Halal Cosmetics Purchase Intention – Andrian Haro (Universitas Negeri Jakarta)
  8. A study of Islamic Tourism in Indonesia : Opportunities and Challenges Toward Economic Growth – Wiwik Rachmarwi, Lukman Hakim, Muhadi Riyanto (Krisnadwiapayana University)

 

The Palace Room Session 3 (16.00–18.00 WIB)

  1. The Effect of Heritage Tourism towards City Image – Andi Jananto, Popy Rufaidah (Universitas Padjadjaran)
  2. Development Strategy of Tourism Object of Desa Menari in Semarang Regency – Komsi Koranti, Sriyanto (University of Gunadarma)
  3. Proposed Business Strategy for Moimei in Order to Increase Sales and Sustain in Competitive Market – Ardita Sofyani (Institut Teknologi Bandung)
  4. Innovation Performance : Study in The Centre of Research and Education and Training for Government Apparatus The National Institute of Public Administration (PKP2A LAN) Republic of Indonesia – Yuyu Yuningsih, Ade Irma Susanty (Telkom University)
  5. Service Quality of Islamic Microfinance in Indonesia: an Importance-Performance Analysis Approach – Dety Nurfadilah, Sudarmawan Samidi, Iwan Kurniawan Subagja (Krisnadwipayana University)

 

 

TRACK 3   Economics

Sultan Room Session 3 (16.00–18.00 WIB)

  1. Design of Government Spending on Education, Health, Subsidies and Expenditure on Poverty in North Sumatra – Renny Maisyarah, Syofyardi (Universitas Andalas)
  2. The Causality Between Money Supply and Interest Rate and Its’ Effects on Inflation in Indonesia – Zahrul Fuadi, Muhammad Nasir, Mohd. Nur Syechalad (Syiah Kuala University, Malaysia)
  3. Aims of Effect and Fiscal Independence and Local Revenue Against Human Development Index – Ayu Kurnia Sari,  Renny Maisyarah (Universitas Andalas)
  4. The Effect of Priority Budget Policy to Economic and Financial Transformation-Regency District Deli Serdang – Abdiyanto (Pembangunan Pancabudi University)
  5. Flypaper effect on local government spending by balanced funds (DAU, DAK DAN DBH) in West Sumatra Province – Citra Ramayani,  Jolianis (STKIP PGRI Sumatera Barat)
  6. Bank’ Risk Taking Behaviour And The Optimisation Of Monetary Policy – Risna Triandhari, Sugiharso Safuan, M. Syamsudin, Halim Alamsyah (Universitas Indonesia)
  7. Effect of Foreign Price, Exchange Rate, National Income, and Forward Exchange rate on Consumer Prices in Indonesia – Sri Isnowati, FX Sugiyanto, Akhmad Syakir Kurnia (Diponegoro University)

 

TRACK 4   Social Sciences

Caesar Room Session 3 (16.000 WIB – 18.00 WIB)

  1. Students Attitudes Towards Terrorist Networks in the News on Television – M.C Kinanti Raras Ayu (Airlangga University)
  2. Youths Reception towards identity negotiations of Subordinate culture with dominant culture, Isyana Sarasvati, between clasical and pop mucisian – Arimbi Putri, Sari Monik Agustin (Universitas Indonesia)
  3. Marginalization of Women in Sleeping Beauty Tale (Critical Discourse Anlaysis of Sun, Moon and Talia Tale by Giambattista Basile) – Prisckha Mayufithi Islamitha, Udi Rusadi (Universitas Indonesia)
  4. Isolated Society Description of Kangean Islan in Contemporary Indonesian Era: Analysis of Documentary Movie “Ironi Pulau Kangean” – Afrizal Nur (University of Airlangga)
  5. Supervisory Communication In Digital Era (Case Study of QLUE and CRM in Jakarta Provincial Government) – Affi Astari Purnama, Irwansyah (Universitas Indonesia)
  6. Social Capital in Organizational Internal Communication – Yohana Tolla, Hendriyani (Universitas Indonesia)
  7. Advertising in Corporate Rebranding (Case Study of Corporate Advertising BPJS Ketenagakerjaan 2016) – Irla Yulia, Ummi Salamah (Universitas Indonesia)
  8. Active Learning training influences Transfer Motivation-An empirical research Paper – Rachana Mukherjee, Jain Mathew (Christ University Bangalore, India)