Lia Uzliawati_19215226234


Lia Uzliawati
Prodi Akuntansi Fakultas Ekonomi Universitas Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa
Jl. Raya Jakarta Km. 4 Pakupatan Serang Banten, 42118, Indonesia

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Lia Uzliawati: Telp. +62 254 20330

The purpose of this study is to examine the relationship between board of commissioner and intellectual capital disclosure in Indonesia Banking Industry.The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between the board of commissioner and intellectual capital disclosure in Indonesia Banking Industry. The intellectual capital disclosure measurement in this study used the index developed by Sveiby (1997).The data were collected from 31 banks listed in Indonesia Stock Exchange period 2008-2012. The disclosure of intellectual capital measurement in this study used the index developed by Sveiby (1997). The Data were collected from 31 banks listed in Indonesia Stock Exchange period 2008-2012. This study finds that size, independent commissioner, and meeting frequency have positive relationship with intellectual capital disclosure. This study found that the size, independent commissioner, and meeting frequency had a positive relationship with intellectual capital disclosure. The finding of this research can be as a reference and portrait that board of commissioner already aware the importance of ICD. The finding of this research could be as a reference and portrait that board of commissioner was already aware of the importance of ICD.

Keywords: board of commissioner, corporate governance, Intellectual Capital Disclosure, banking industry

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Tarmizi Achmad_abstract_1612012


Tarmizi Achmad
Fakultas Ekonomika dan Bisnis Universitas Diponegoro
Jl. Erlangga Tengah No.17 Semarang, 50241

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Tarmizi Achmad: Telp. +62 24 845 2269, Fax. +62 24 864 57602


This paper examined the impact of the board of commissioners on voluntary disclosures provided by listed firms in Indonesia for the period of year 2004 to 2010. The board of commissioners were characterized by board composition, board size, board role and board intensity. Voluntary disclosure was proximate by an aggregated disclosure score of non-mandatory, non-financial and financial information. The results indicated that board size, board intensity (number of board meetings), or board role (number of audit committe members) was significantly and positively related to the extent of voluntary disclosure as predicted by the agency theory, while board composition (number of insiders) was significantly and negatively related to the extent of voluntary disclosure as predicted by the stewardship theory. The result showed that independent board members did not conduct their monitoring function on management effectively. Alternatively, insiders were involved in operating firm’s activities. This phenomena might be because most firms were owned by family that tended to appoint the board and management team based on the family ties. Hence, using the stewardship theory was more appropriate to analyze the board’s composition than that of using the agency theory.

 Key words: voluntary disclosure, board of commissioners, agency theory, stewardship theory, corporate governance


Herman Darwis_abstract_1332009



Herman  Darwis
Fakultas Ekonomi Universitas Khairun Ternate
Jl. Kampus II Gambesi, Ternate Selatan
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Herman Darwis: Telp. +62 921 311 0322, Fax.+ 62 921 311 0901

The research aimed to provide empirical evidence that corporate governance implementation, managerial ownership, institutional ownership, board of executive and independent executive affected corporate performance. Population of the research was companies listed at Indonesian Stock Exchange (ISX) between 2006–2008; sampling method used was purposive sampling as well as multiple regression analysis. The result showed the implementation of GCG affected corporate performance. These meant that if the listed companies at BEI and have been surveyed by IICG implement good corporate governance, the performance would increase. The higher corporate governance was measured by corporate governance index perception, the higher corporate obedience and result in a good corporate performance. Institutional ownership affected corporate performance. The greater institutional share ownership, the better corporate performance. The result showed that control function from the ownership did determine improving corporate performance. Managerial ownership, board of commissioner, and commissioner independent did not affect corporate.

 Key words: corporate governance, managerial ownership, institutional ownership, board of commissioner, commissioner independent