SCOPUS Citation Analysis

The Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business (JIEB) is cited at least 60 times at Scopus database.
Update July 6nd, 2017.| First published in 1986


Ritonga, I., 2014. Developing a measure of local government's financial condition. Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business, 29(2), pp. 142-164.

                1- Ritonga, I., 2016. Clustering local government for optimizing local government financial condition analysis: A case study in Indonesia. International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research, 14(13), pp. 9531-9547.

Usman, B. & Tandelilin, E., 2014. Internet search traffic and its influence on liquidity and returns of Indonesian stocks: An empirical study. Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business, 29(3), pp. 203-221.

                1- Nurazi, R., Kananlua, P. & Usman, B., 2015. The effect of google trend as determinant of return and liquidity in Indonesia Stock Exchange. Jurnal Pengurusan, Volume 45.

Reza, F. & Widodo, T., 2013. The impact of education on economic growth in Indonesia. Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business, 28(1), pp. 23-44.

                1- Siddiqui, A. & Rehman, A., 2017. The human capital and economic growth nexus: in East and South Asia. Applied Economics, 49(28), pp. 2697-2710.

                2- Wijayanto, F., 2015. Indonesia education quality: Does distance to the capital matter? (A clustering approach on elementary school intakes and outputs qualities). s.l., s.n.

Winardi, R., 2013. The influence of individual and situational factors on lower-level civil servants' whistle-blowing intention in Indonesia. Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business, 28(3), pp. 361-376.

                1- Prabowo, H. & Cooper, K., 2016. Re-understanding corruption in the Indonesian public sector through three behavioral lenses. Journal of Financial Crime, 23(4), pp. 1028-1062.

Brahmana, R., Hooy, C. & Ahmad, Z., 2012. Bad news announcement of investor's Monday irrationality: Insight from Malaysia. Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business, 27(2), pp. 210-223.

                1- Tay, L.-M., Puah, C.-H., Brahmana, R. & Malek, N., 2016. The effect of white collar crimeannouncement on stock price performance: Evidence from Malaysian stock market. Journal of Financial Crime, 23(4), pp. 1126-1139.

                2- Brahmana, R., Hooy, C.-W. & Ahmad, Z., 2015. Monday irrationality of investors in bursa Malaysia: The role of psychological biases. Malaysian Journal of Economic Studies, 52(2), pp. 227-243.              

Wahyudi, S. & Jantan, M., 2012. The impact of manufacturing concentration on regional inequality: a case of regency in Java Region, Indonesia. Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business, 27(1), pp. 29-43.

                1- Sukresna, I. & Hamilton, J. T. S., 2016. Channel relationships from the perspectives of manufacturers and their connecting distributors in Indonesia. Asia Pacific Journal of Marketing and Logistics, 28(3), pp. 525-546.

Wardani, R. & Warsono, S., 2012. A cross-cultural study on the value structure of mobile internet usage: Comparison between Indonesia and Japan. Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business, 27(3), pp. 355-372.

                1- Wardani, R. & Srinuan, C., 2016. A cross-cultural study on the value structure of mobile internet usage: Comparison between Indonesia and Thailand. International Journal of Applied   Business and Economic Research, 14(3), pp. 1671-1696.

                2- Hosio, S. et al., 2016. Monetary assessment of battery life on smartphones. s.l., s.n.

Hayati, K. & Caniago, I., 2012. Model Of Poor Society Empowerment Through Optimizing The Potential Of Zakat: A Case Study in Lampung Province. Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business, 27(2), pp. 174-191.

                1- Johari, F., Ab. Aziz, M. & Mohd Ali, A., 2014. A review on literatures of zakat between 2003-   2013. Library Philosophy and Practice.

Priyarsono, D., Lestari, T. & Dewi, D., 2010. Industrialization and De-industrialization in Indonesia 1983–2008: A Kaldorian approach. Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business, 25(2), pp. 143-154.

                1- Tadjoeddin, M., 2016. Productivity, wages and employment: evidence from the Indonesia's manufacturing sector. Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy, 21(4), pp. 489-512.

McCawle, P., 2010. Infrastructure Policy in Indonesia: New Directions. Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business, 25(1), pp. 1-16.

                1- McCawley, P., 2015. Infrastructure Policy in Indonesia, 1965–2015: A Survey. Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies, 51(2), pp. 263-285.

Pratomo, D., 2010. The effects of changes in minimum wage on employment in the covered and uncovered sectors in Indonesia. Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business, 25(3), pp. 278-292.

                1- Pratomo, D., Saputra, P. & Shofwan, 2015. Does minimum wage policy help poor workers? Evidence from Indonesia. Journal of Applied Economic Sciences, 10(8).

                2- Andriani, R. et al., 2011. Spatial modeling approach to clustering the furniture industry and regional development in Jepara, Indonesia. s.l., s.n.

Nugroho, P., 2010. Reconciling industrial clusters and urban systems through regional network governance: A case of Central Java province. Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business, 25(1), pp. 59-76.

                1- Pratomo, D., Saputra, P. & Shofwan, 2015. Does minimum wage policy help poor workers? Evidence from Indonesia. Journal of Applied Economic Sciences, 10(8).

Pangestu, M., 2009. Competitiveness towards ASEAN Economic Community. Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business, 24(1), pp. 22-32.

                1- Chaponnière, J.-R. & Lautier, M., 2016. By Chance or by Virtue? The Regional Economic Integration Process in Southeast Asia. ASEAN Economic Community: A Model for Asia-wide Regional Integration?, pp. 33-57.

 

Ascarya, 2009. Toward Optimum Synergy of Monetary Policy in Dual Financial/Banking System. Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business, 24(1), pp. 33-48.

                1- Ascarya, 2011. The dynamics of monetary policy. The Indonesian Economy: Entering a New Era, pp. 63-106.

Citra, A. & Syahlani, S., 2008. Efek merek domestik vs Asing dan informasi country of origin terhadap persepsi dan sikap konsumen. Jurnal Ekonomi dan Bisnis Indonesia, 23(2), pp. 166-177.

                1- Matoati, R. & Syahlani, S., 2017. The role of involvement as a moderating variable in a country of origin study. Gadjah Mada International Journal of Business, 19(1), pp. 19-34.

Widodo, T., 2008. The Method of Constant Market Shares (CMS) - Competitiveness Effect Reconsidered: Case Studies of Asean Countries. Jurnal Ekonomi dan Bisnis Indonesia, 23(3), pp. 223-242.

1- Oh, J., Siswadi & Kim, J., 2015. The competitiveness of Indonesian wood-based products. Review of Urban and Regional Development Studies, 27(1), pp. 40-67.

Sumiyana, 2007. Noise atau kedatangan informasi: Sebuah fenomena spesifik perilaku harga saham di pasar modal Indonesia. Jurnal Ekonomi dan Bisnis Indonesia, 22(3), pp. 292-318.

                1- Nurazi, R., Kananlua, P. & Usman, B., 2015. The effect of Google trend as determinant of return and liquidity in Indonesia Stock Exchange. Jurnal Pengurusan, Volume 45.

Ciptono, W., 2007. Re-code your change DNA: The Rhenald Kasali's views on the organizational change management (Book Review). Jurnal Ekonomi dan Bisnis Indonesia, 22(4), pp. 466-480.

                1- Handoko, B. & Aryanto, R. S. I., 2015. The Impact of Enterprise Resources System and Supply Chain Practices on Competitive Advantage and Firm Performance: Case of Indonesian Companies. Procedia Computer Science, Volume 72, pp. 122-128.

Brahmayanti, S. & Sholihin, M., 2006. Pengaruh Reputasi dalam Hubungan Antara Asimetri Informasi dengan Senjangan Anggaran dibawah Metode Truth Inducin. (In Indonesian). Jurnal Ekonomi dan Bisnis Indonesia, 21(2), pp. 175-185.

              1- Gagaring, H. & Mushar, M., 2015. The effects of the asymmetry, the political and the cultural information on the budgetary participation and budgetary slack in the local government (the studies for the development of the good governance budgeting with the wisdom local culture- based). International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research, 13(5), pp. 2957-2976.

Cahyaningdyah, D., 2005. Analisis Pengaruh Hari Perdagangan terhadap Return Saham: Pengujian Week-Four Effect dan Rogalski Effect di Bursa Efek Jakarta. Jurnal Ekonomi dan Bisnis Indonesia, 20(2), pp. 175-186.

                1- Nurmala, F. & Majid, M., 2016. Re-examination of calendar anomalies in the Indonesian stock market. Journal of Applied Economic Sciences, 11(8), pp. 1714-1723.

Ismiyanti, F. & Hanafi, M., 2004. Struktur Kepemilikan, Risiko, dan Kebijakan Keuangan: Analisis Persamaan Simultan. Jurnal Ekonomi dan Bisnis Indonesia, 19(2), pp. 176-196.

                1- Mahadwartha, P. & Ismiyanti, F., 2008. Debt policy, free cash flow hypothesis, and     balancing of agency theory through ownership: Evidence from Indonesia. Corporate Ownership and Control, 5(2), pp. 256-263.

Mahadwartha, P., 2003. Predictability power of dividend policy and leverage policy to managerial ownership in Indonesia: an agency perspective. Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business, 18(3), pp. 288-297.

                1- Suteja, J. & Lutpianti, D., 2016. Managerial ownership, debt policy, and dividend policy: A test on theory of agency. International Journal of Economic Research, 13(1), pp. 243-259.

                2- Abd. Majid, M., Musnadi & S., P. I., 2014. A comparative analysis of the quality of Islamic and conventional banks’ asset management in Indonesia. Gadjah Mada International Journal of Business, 16(2), pp. 185-200.

                3- Bandi, Setiawan, D., Suranta, S. & Phua, L., 2014. An analysis of the significance of information content in dividend announcements: The case in Indonesia. Corporate Ownership and Control, 11(4 Continued 5), pp. 469-474.

                4- Setiawan, D. & Phua, L., 2013. Corporate governance and dividend policy in Indonesia. Business Strategy Series, 14(6), pp. 135-143.

Purwanto, B., 2003. The effect of managerial orientation on salespersons job satisfaction. Jurnal Ekonomi dan Bisnis Indonesia, 18(4), pp. 418-430.

                1- Wicaksono, A., 2015. The implications of Professional conflict, Organizational Identification and Tenure of turnover intention. International Journal of Economic Research, 12(5), pp. 1711-1731.

Mahadwartha, P., 2003. Predictability power of dividend policy and leverage policy to managerial ownership: An agency theory perspective. Jurnal Ekonomi dan Bisnis Indonesia, 18(3), pp. 288-297.

                1- Baker, H. & Powell, G., 2012. Dividend policy in Indonesia: Survey evidence from executives. Journal of Asia Business Studies, 6(1), pp. 79-92.

Swandari, F., 2002. Pengaruh perilaku risiko, kepemilikan institusi dan kinerja terhadap kebangkrutan bank umum di Indonesia. Jurnal Ekonomi dan Bisnis Indonesia, 17(4), pp. 1-25.

                1- Abd. Majid, M., Musnadi & S., P. I., 2014. A comparative analysis of the quality of Islamic and conventional banks’ asset management in Indonesia. Gadjah Mada International Journal of Business, 16(2), pp. 185-200.

Aswandi, H. & Kuncoro, M., 2002. Evaluasi Penetapan Kawasan Andalan: Studi Empiris di Kalimantan Selatan 1993-1999 (The Competitive Area Evaluation: An Empirical Study in South Kalimantan 1993-1999). Jurnal Ekonomi dan Bisnis Indonesia, 17(1), pp. 27-45.

                1- Badrudin, R. & Warokka, A., 2013. Decentralization and development strategy: Revisiting the effect of local autonomy on the implementation of equality growth programs. Vision 2020:Innovation, Development Sustainability, and Economic Growth - Proceedings of the 21st    International Business Information Management Association Conference, IBIMA 2013, Volume 2, pp. 1255-1267.

Purwanto, B., 2002. The effect of salesperson stress factors on job performance. Jurnal Ekonomi dan Bisnis Indonesia, Volume 17, pp. 150-169.

                1- Mardhiyah, D., Dharmmesta, B. & Purwanto, B., 2013. Antecedents to intention to engage in the online negative word-of-mouth communication. Gadjah Mada International Journal of Business, 15(2), pp. 113-132.

                2- Rusdi, D. & Kartikasari, L., 2015. Modelling scheme financing for business performance-based creative industries in central Java. International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research, 13(7), pp. 5341-5356.

Tandelilin, E., 2001. Beta Pada Pasar Bullish dan Bearish: Studi Empiris di Bursa Efek Jakarta. Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business, 16(3), pp. 261-272.

                1- Paramita, V., Primiana, I., Sudarsono, R. & Febrian, E., 2016. Models of measuring the performance of mutual fund using treynor-mazuy condition approach: The cases of stock mutual funds in Indonesia. International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research, 14(10), pp. 6181-6198.

Utomo, H., 2001. Studi Eksplorasi Tentang Penyebaran TI Untuk Usaha Kecil dan Menengah. Jurnal Ekonomi dan Bisnis Indonesia, 16(2), pp. 153-163.

                1- Nugroho, M., 2015. Impact of Government Support and Competitor Pressure on the Readiness of SMEs in Indonesia in Adopting the Information Technology. Procedia Computer Science, Volume 72, pp. 102-111.

Tandelilin, E. & Lantara, I., 2001. Stabilitas dan prediktabilitas beta saham: Studi empiris di Boursa Efek Jakarta. Jurnal Ekonomi dan Bisnis Indonesia, 16(2), pp. 164-176.

                1- Ekaputra, I., Susilawati, C. & Utama, C., 2013. Contribution of sell-side equity analyst reports to client's return and stock price efficiency: Indonesia stock market evidence. Jurnal Pengurusan, Volume 37, pp. 25-32.

Na’im, A. & Rakhman, F., 2000. Analisis Hubungan Antara Kelengkapan Pengungkapan Laporan Keuangan Dengan Struktur Modal dan Tipe Kepemilikan Perusahaan. Jurnal Ekonomi dan Bisnis Indonesia, 15(1), pp. 70-82.

                1- Sjarief, J. & Weli, W., 2016. The internal control disclosure, the executive compensation, and the timeliness of financial reporting. International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research, 14(2), pp. 991-1002.

Setiawati, L. & Na'im, A., 2000. Manajemen Laba. Jurnal Ekonomi dan Bisnis Indonesia, 15(4), pp. 424-441.

                1- Sherlita, E. & Kurniawan, P., 2013. Analysis of factors affecting income smoothing among listed companies in Indonesia. Jurnal Teknologi (Sciences and Engineering), 64(3), pp. 17-23.

Permono, I. & Darmawan, 2000. Analisis efisiensi industri perbankan di Indonesia (Studi kasus bank-bank devisa di Indonesia tahun 1991-196). Jurnal Ekonomi dan Bisnis Indonesia, 15(1), pp. 1-13.

                1- Liestiowaty, S., Sumarwan, U., Achsani, N. & Nuryartono, N., 2011. Sales efficiency of the Indonesian retail bond (ORI) and its implications on marketing strategy. European Journal of Scientific Research, 49(3), pp. 354-376.

Indriantoro, N., 2000. Hubungan Size dan Fungsi dengan Kultur Organisasional Perusahaan Manufaktur di Indonesia. Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business, 16(4), pp. 442-452.

                1- Kusumadmo, E. & Sharif, M., 2009. Examining the conceptual models on knowledge management in Indonesian organizations: A survey of the banking and insurance companies in Central Java. International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, 9(4), pp. 1-14.

Insukindro, 1999. Pemilihan Model Ekonomi Empirik Dengan Pendekatan Koreksi Kesalahan. Jurnal Ekonomi dan Bisnis Indonesia, 14(1), pp. 1-8.

                1- Santosa, A., Sugiyanto, F. & Poerwono, D., 2017. Dornbusch sticky price model test in explaining the exchange rate fluctuation of rupiah to American dollar. International Journal of Economic Research, 14(4), pp. 1-13.

                2- Nawatmi, S., Miyasto & Kurnia, A., 2016. The impact of globalization on inflation in Indonesia. International Journal of Economic Research, 13(3), pp. 1213-1230.

                3- Fitrianti, R., Ismail, M., Maski, G. & Pratomo, D., 2015. Does government expenditure crowds out the private domestic investment? Empirical evidence of Indonesia. Journal of Applied   Economic Sciences, 10(5).

Na'Im, A., 1999. Nilai informasi ketepatan waktu penyampaian laporan keuangan: Analisis empirik regulasi informasi di Indonesia. Jurnal Ekonomi dan Bisnis Indonesia, 14(2), pp. 85-100.

                1- Adam, M., Mukhtaruddin, Yusrianti, H. & Sulistiani, 2016. Company characteristics and enterprise risk management disclosure: Empirical study on Indonesia listed companies. International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research, 14(3), pp. 1433-1444.

                2- Almurni, S., 2015. Analysis implementation of PSAK 13 and ifrs convergence impacts on market reaction on property and real estate companies listed on the Stock Exchange. International Journal of Economic Research, 12(5), pp. 1783-1795.

                3- Probohudono, A., Sudaryono, E., Sumarta, N. & Ardilas, Y., 2015. Ownership, corporate governance and mandatory tax disclosure influencing voluntary financial disclosure in Indonesia. Corporate Ownership and Control, 13(1), pp. 74-83.             

Ainun, N., 1999. Nilai informasi ketepatan waktu dan penyampaian laporan keuangan analisis empiric regulasi di Indonesia. Jurnal Ekonomi dan Bisnis Indonesia, 14(2), pp. 85-100.

1- Suryanto, T., 2016. Audit delay and its implication for fraudulent financial reporting: A study of companies listed in the Indonesian Stock Exchange. European Research Studies Journal, 19(1), pp. 18-31.

Dharmmesta, B., 1999. Loyalitas pelanggan: Sebuah kajian konseptual sebagai panduan bagi peneliti. Jurnal Ekonomi dan Bisnis Indonesia, 14(3), pp. 73-88.

                1- Santosa, E., 2016. High and low involvement products: From the perspective of the multi-stage process model. International Journal of Economic Research, 13(2), pp. 509-527.

                2- Al-Hawary, S., 2013. The roles of perceived quality, trust, and satisfaction in predicting brand loyalty: The empirical research on automobile brands in Jordan market. International Journal of Business Excellence, 6(6), pp. 656-686.

Kismono, G., 1999. Perubahan lingkungan, transformasi organisasional dan reposisi peran fungsi sumberdaya manusia, [Changing environment, organizational transformation and repositioning the role of the human resource function]. Jurnal Ekonomi dan Bisnis Indonesia, 14(2), pp. 62-76.

                1- Liou, D.-Y. & Lin, C.-H., 2008. Human resources planning on terrorism and crises in the Asia      Pacific region: Cross-national challenge, reconsideration, and proposition from Western experiences. Human Resource Management, 47(1), pp. 49-72.

                2- Habir, A. & Rajendran, K., 2007. The changing face of human resource management in Indonesia. The Changing Face of Management in South East Asia, pp. 30-58.

                3- Bennington, L. & Habir, A., 2003. Human resource management in Indonesia. Human Resource Management Review, 13(3), pp. 373-392.

Mas’ud, S., 1998. Survey Minat Mahasiswa Untuk Mengikuti Ujian Sertifikasi Akuntan Publik (USAP). Jurnal Ekonomi dan Bisnis Indonesia, 13(4), pp. 110-124.

                1- Zulhawati & Ariani, M., 2016. Effect of learning behavior, emotional intelligence and   thinking ability towards accounting understanding level. International Journal of Bio-Science and Bio-Technology, 8(5), pp. 289-300.

Tandelilin, E. & Algifari, 1998. Pengaruh Hari Perdagangan terhadap Return Saham di Bursa Efek Jakarta. (In Indonesian). Jurnal Ekonomi dan Bisnis Indonesia, 14(4), pp. 111-123.

                1- Bachtiar, Y., Laba & A.R., D., 2015. The influence of trading day on the values of companies     through returns, abnormal stock returns in the Indonesian stock exchange. International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research, 13(5), pp. 2853-2863.

Adji, A., 1998. Do Budget Deficits Rise Current Account Deficits? Cases in ASEAN-5. Jurnal Ekonomi dan Bisnis Indonesia, 13(3), pp. 15-28.

                1- Kuncoro, H., 2014. The economic impacts of government spending cut: The case of Indonesia. Journal of Advanced Research in Law and Economics, 5(2), pp. 120-135.

Warninda, T. & Asri, M., 1998. Dapatkah strategi contrarian diterapkan di pasar modal Indonesia? Pengujian anomali winner-looser di BEJ. Jurnal Ekonomi dan Bisnis Indonesia, 13(2), pp. 71-77.

                1- Ekawati, E., 2012. The link of abnormal accrual mispricing and value-glamour stock anomaly: Evidence from the Indonesian capital market. Gadjah Mada International Journal of Business, 14(1), pp. 77-96.

Adji, A., 1995. Is Public Debt Neutral? Evidence for Indonesia. Jurnal Ekonomi dan Bisnis Indonesia, 10(1), pp. 21-34.

                1- Kuncoro, H., 2014. The economic impacts of government spending cut: The case of    Indonesia. Journal of Advanced Research in Law and Economics, 5(2), pp. 120-135.

Soepono, P., 1993. Analisis Shift Share: Perkembangan dan Penerapan. Jurnal Ekonomi dan Bisnis Indonesia, 8(1), pp. 43-54.

                1- Nugraha, A., Prayitno, G. & Arman, 2011. Competitiveness and policy formulation to agricultural product added value in banjar regency, South Kalimantan. Journal of Applied Sciences Research, 7(8), pp. 1279-1285.