Research on Firm Financial Performance and Consumer Behavior

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Beta Yulianita Gitaharie (Editor)
Dean, Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Indonesia

Yulianti Abbas, PhD (Editor)
Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Indonesia

Miranti Kartika Dewi, PhD (Editor)
Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Indonesia

Dwini Handayani, PhD (Editor)
Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Indonesia

Series: Business, Technology and Finance
BISAC: BUS027000

This book, “Research on Firm Finance Performance and Consumer Behaviour”, plugs on the essential demand of highlighting consumer behavior and financial performance of companies, including banking and modern fintech-based institutions, particularly at the backdrop of an emerging giant – Indonesia. Contributed by prominent researchers at Universitas Indonesia, the topmost Business School in Indonesia, this book offers how wide array of theories are tested and used to frame models to recommend evidence-informed strategies of effective management. It also covers conversations around the concept, measurement, determinant of middle-class millennials; anti-corruption disclosure and its impact on firm value; effect of behavioural finance, financial and zakat literacy to the public; to roles of various forms of financial technology- (fintech-) based institutions, including peer-to-peer lending and charitable crowdfunding to our society, and other thought-provoking questions and discussions. We are pleased to present this important book to government policymakers and lifelong practitioner learners who can use the information and insights contained here. And, for fellow researchers, librarians, and students especially those who are engaging with research practices, this book is a must-have as it provides various practical replicable examples and helps shape the direction future research of recent issues in its areas. (Imprint: Nova)

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Preface

Section 1: Credit and Stock

Chapter 1. Analyst Following, Ownership Structure, and Stock Liquidity: Indonesia Study
(Fathimah Shafiyyah and Cynthia A. Utama, Department of Management, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia)

Chapter 2. The Impact of Sharia Peer-To-Peer Lending Financing on the Business Performance of Islamic Micro Enterprises: Case Study of PT. Ammana Fintek Syariah
(Pramesti Dyavi Tamara and Rahmatina Awaliah Kasri, Department of Economics, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia)

Chapter 3. Enterprise Risk Management, Firm Value, and Bond Rating
(Risnawati Ramli, Department of Accounting, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia)

Section 2: Auditing, Fraud and Financial Performance

Chapter 4. The Effects of Gender Diversification and CSR on Financial Performance: A Case Study of Publicly Listed Firms in Indonesia
(Alliya Bianca Rizano and Shahnaz Natasya Arina, Department of Economics, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia)

Chapter 5. The Effect of Internal Control Effectiveness and Board of Commissioner Effectiveness on Fraud Occurrence
(Carine Sophia Margaretha Nggadas and Vera Diyanti, Department of Accounting, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia)

Chapter 6. Anti-Corruption Practice Disclosures: Evidence from Indonesia
(Desi Zulvina and Desi Adhariani, Department of Accounting, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia)

Chapter 7. Leveraging SOE Performance with Board of Commissioner Independency and Competency as a Moderating Variable
(Geoniko Afeb Lastrada and Viska Anggraita, Department of Accounting, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia)

Chapter 8. The Influence of Lecturer Competencies, Educational Facilities, and Student Personality Types on Accounting Student Competencies: A Case Study of Jakarta Area Accounting Students
(Mirella Kirsty and Viska Anggraita, Department of Accounting, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia)

Chapter 9. Determinant and Impact of Disclosure in Merger and Acquisition Transactions
(Puspita Rani, Darminto, Elvia R. Shauki and Ruslan Prijadi, Department of Accounting Universitas Budi Luhur, Jakarta, Indonesia, and others)

Chapter 10. Anti-Corruption Disclosure as a Moderating Variable in the Impact of Environmental, Social, and Governance Disclosure on Firm Value
(Rika Nurrizkiana and Desi Adhariani, Department of Accounting, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia)

Chapter 11. Effect of Abnormal Audit Fees on Company Loyalty, with Public Accounting Office Sizes and Audit Opinions as Moderating Variables
(Syahri Syahbana and Fitriany Fitriany, Department of Accounting, Indonesia University, Depok, Indonesia)

Chapter 12. The Effect of Behavioral Finance and Financial Literacy on Investment Intentions among Indonesian Investors
(Wahyu Nurriska Dwi Putri and Wardatul Adawiyah, Department of Management, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia)

Section 3: Studies on Consumer

Chapter 13. Zakat Literacy and Digital Zakat Payment: Evidence from Indonesia
(Adela Miranti Yuniar and Rahmatina Awaliah Kasri, Department of Economics, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia)

Chapter 14. The Effects of Food Neophobia and Food Involvement in the Intention to Consume Ethnic Food Using the Theory of Planned Behavior
(Ahmad Dzar Ghiffari Rahman and Daniel Tumpal Hamonangan Aruan, Department of Management, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia)

Chapter 15. Muslim Intention in Donating through Charitable Crowdfunding in Indonesia
(Esmeralda Indriani and Rahmatina Awaliah Kasri, Department of Economics, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia)

Chapter 16. Potential for Developing Halal Tourism in Jakarta: A Confirmatory Factor Analysis
(Giannisa Umara and Rahmatina Awaliah Kasri, Department of Economics, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia)

Chapter 17. Middle-Class Millennials in Indonesia: Concept, Measurement, and Determinants
(M. Fahmi Priyatna and Teguh Dartanto, Department of Economics, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia)

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