Idayanti Nursyamsi_19115149159

ANTESEDEN KARIR DAN PENGARUHNYA TERHADAP KINERJA MANAJER BANK

Idayanti Nursyamsi

Fakultas Ekonomi Universitas Hasanuddin

Jl. Perintis Kemerdekaan Km.10 Tamalanrea, Makassar, 90245, Indonesia.

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  Abstract

Prior empirical reviews had suggested that several antecedent variables had an effect on banker’s career and performance. In line with this we had built a conceptual model, developed a questionnaire, and used a multistage sampling method to collect responses from 102 bankers in Makassar, the capital city within the Provinces of South Sulawesi, Indonesia. Structural Equation Models showed that the antecedent variables (personality, organizational commitment, and human capital) had a significant effect on banker’s career. Despite these positive findings, human capital had an insignificant positive relation to banker’s performance. The relevance of these findings to prior empirical studies along with several recommendations to improve organizational effectiveness and future research had been given at the end of this paper.

 Keywords: career, human capital, organizational commitment, performance, personality

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Erlin Melani_Abstract_1722013

TREN PENGUNGKAPAN INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL INDUSTRI PERBANKAN: SEBUAH BUKTI EMPIRIS DI INDONESIA

Erlin Melani
Endah Suwarni
Politeknik Negeri Malang
Jl. Soekarno-Hatta No.9 Malang 65145.

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Abstract

The purposes of this research were to analyze the intellectual capital disclosure’s volume of banking industries in Indonesia and to provide additional empirical evidence of variations in IC disclosure that included internal capital, external capital and human capital in the banking companies in Indonesia. This research used trend least square method to analyze intellectual capital disclosure trends. Furthermore, One Way Anova test was used to determine if there was difference in the volume of internal capital disclosure, external capital and human capital. The result of this study showed that there was an increase in intellectual capital disclosure trends, although not as a whole. One of the total sample showed the decrease in intellectual capital disclosure trend. There was no difference in the volume of disclosure of the three categories in intellectual capital. This was because the IC was still a voluntary disclosure and there were government regulations that indirectly encouraged companies to disclose IC such as taxation and labor laws.

Key words: external capital, human capital, intellectual capital, internal capital 

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Yenny Sugiarti_abstract_1622012

KINERJA INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL PERBANKAN INDONESIA: PENERAPAN MODEL PULIC DAN ANALISIS PANEL DATA

Yenny Sugiarti
Fakultas Bisnis dan Ekonomika Universitas Surabaya
Jl. Raya Kalirungkut, Surabaya, 60293.

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Yenny Sugiarti: Telp: +62 31 298 3331; Fax: +62 31 2981131

E-mail: yenny_s@ubaya.ac.id

Abstract

This paper investigated the performance of intellectual capital of Indonesian banking industry for the period 2007-2009. It sought to measure the Value Added Intellectual Coefficient (VAICTM) and to analyze the performance of Indonesian banks. The Pulic model is utilized to estimate the intellectual capital coefficient, and the panel data regression was applied to test the impacts of human capital and physical capital on intellectual capital. The results of Pulic model showed that there were increasing number of top performance banks during the period of study, rising from 2 banks in 2007 to 4 banks in 2009. There was a slight decrease in the bad performance banks, from 9 banks in 2007 to 8 banks in 2009. Bank Mandiri bank appeared to be the only government bank that was classified as the top performer during the period of study, while Bank PAN Indonesia, Bank Victoria, and Bank Himpunan Saudara 1906 emerge to be the top performers among the private banks. The findings from panel data regression suggested that both human capital and physical capital had positive significant impacts on intellectual capital. When the estimation was done toward human capital and physical capital separately, the results were closely similar to the results in the original model.

 

Key words: intellectual capital, human capital, physical capital, Pulic Model

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Widodo_abstract_1522011

PENGEMBANGAN HUMAN CAPITAL DALAM KONTEKS
MODAL SOSIAL

Widodo
Fakultas Ekonomi Unissula Semarang
Jl. Raya Kaligawe Km.4 Semarang, 50112.

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Widodo: Telp. +62 24 658 3584, Fax. +62 24 658 2455
E-mail: widodos3@yahoo.com

Abstract
Rural Banks/BPR have a vitality and sustainability of business if they are able to create a unique advantage that is superior in terms of customer information and business environment surrounding besides functioning as an intermediary institution. But in Semarang credit quality is still in the high risk level that is above the maximum limit of 5%. The condition is caused by the integration of human capital and social capital that is not optimal. Therefore, this article aims to examine the model of human capital development so that it can improve the performance of organization within the context of social capital. Retrieval method uses purposive sampling with 120 total samples. Later analysis technique uses Structural Equation Modelling (SEM) through the group management data which is processed based on high and low social capital. The study shows that the context of high social capital moderates the structure of the equation that affects human capital on organizational performance

Key words:  learning orientation, human capital, commitment, social capital, organization performance

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