Journal of Management and Economic Studies Ayşe Nevin SERT, Ph.D. en-US Journal of Management and Economic Studies The Influence of Sharia Financial Literacy and Sharia Financial Inclusion Through Islamic Fintech on Sharia Financial Transactions on BUS in Indonesia <p>This research proposes a model to explain the influence of the role of Islamic financial technology and inclusion Islamic finance in moderate influence literacy Islamic finance towards transaction sharia finance at Sharia Commercial Banks in Indonesia. The results of the research state that: 1) literacy Islamic finance has a significant positive effect on transactions sharia finance; 2) Islamic financial technology moderates influence literacy Islamic finance towards transaction sharia finance; 3) inclusion Islamic finance moderates influence literacy Islamic finance towards transaction Islamic finance. In implementing digital transformation, Sharia BPRs in Indonesia must seriously consider information transparency, financial stability, and innovation capabi lities, and choose different paths based on intrinsic characteristics such as property rights, scale, and growth.</p> Agus Yulianto Indra Siswanti Asep Risman Pardomuan Sihombing Copyright (c) 2024 2024-03-24 2024-03-24 6 1 1 16 10.26677/TR1010.2024.1379 The Effect of Sustainability Reporting Disclosure, Environment, Social and Governance Rating, and Digital Banking Transactions on Firm Value with Financial Performance as an Intervening Variable (Case Study on Commercial Bank in Indonesia) <p>The purpose of this study is to examine the effect of disclosure on sustainability reporting (SR), environmental, social, and governance (ESG) ratings, and digital banking transactions on firm value (PBV) with financial performance (ROA) as an intervening variable. This study's population consists of eight Indonesian commercial banks listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange and classified as KBMI 3 or 4 that released financial and sustainability reports between 2018 and 2022. The data analysis approach of this study is quantitative, with a casual design processed using Eviews 12. The result of this study shows that disclosure of sustainability reporting has a positive and significant influence on firm value of KBMI 3 and 4 category banks, whereas ESG ratings, digital banking transactions, and company performance have no effect.</p> Marissa Triyani Indra Siswanti Copyright (c) 2024 2024-03-24 2024-03-24 6 1 17 37 10.26677/TR1010.2024.1380 The Implementation of Green Human Resource Management: A Survey on the Manufacturing Industry in Indonesia <p>This study investigates the implementation of Green Human Resource Management (GHRM) in the manufacturing industry in Indonesia, with a focus on achieving sustainable organizational performance. It addresses a research gap and develops conceptual models to advance sustainable development goals (SDGs), particularly in Indonesia, encompassing social, economic, educational, health, and environmental aspects. A survey method was employed, utilizing an associative quantitative approach with multivariate statistical techniques, specifically structural equation modeling partial least squares (SEM-PLS). The study involved 75 manufacturing enterprises in Indonesia's Karawang industrial district, with Managers or Supervisors serving as respondents. Data was collected using a questionnaire as the primary measurement instrument. The research falls under TKT 2 in terms of technology readiness, involving the formulation of a research model concept. Key findings suggest that the implementation of GHRM practices in the manufacturing industry positively impacts Green Intellectual Capital and contributes to sustainable organizational performance. Furthermore, the study underscores the importance of GHRM in enhancing environmental sustainability and organizational competitiveness within the Indonesian manufacturing sector.</p> Syahidun Veithzal Rivai Zainal Indra Siswanti Lenny Christina Nawangsari Copyright (c) 2024 2024-03-24 2024-03-24 6 1 38 51 10.26677/TR1010.2024.1381 The Influence of Training and Competency Development on Employee Performance at the Manpower and Transmigration Service of Musi Banyuasin Regency <p>The objective of this study is to examine the impact of training and competency development on the performance of employees within the Department of Labor and Transmigration of Musi Banyuasin Regency. The research adopts a quantitative descriptive approach, encompassing a population of 71 participants. A saturated sample is employed, encompassing the entire employee population of the Department of Labor and Transmigration of Musi Banyuasin Regency. Data is collected through questionnaires and interviews, and the analysis involves multiple linear regression. The findings reveal that training significantly affects employee performance, while competency development exhibits a positive but statistically non-significant influence on performance. Furthermore, when combined, training and competency development significantly influence employee performance.</p> M. Romanda Akbar Muhammad Ichsan Hadjri Zunaidah Copyright (c) 2024 2024-03-24 2024-03-24 6 1 52 66 10.26677/TR1010.2024.1382 Role of Human Capital Development in Firm Performance: The Mediating Effect of Innovation. A Case of Manufacturing Firms in Plateau State, Nigeria <p>An organization’s competitive strategy is strengthened when it has a greater specialized human expertise above its competitors. The main objective of this study is to examine the role of human capital development on firm performance in Plateau State, Nigeria and the mediating effect of innovation. A cross-sectional and ex-post factor research design was used for the study. The population consists of 231 owners/managers of MSMEs in Plateau State, Nigeria. A sample size of 146 was used. The partial least square structural equation model (PLS-SEM) was used. The findings of the study revealed that although there is no significant direct relationship between human capital development and firm performance, there is a significant relationship between human capital development and innovation and between innovation and firm performance. Innovation was also found to mediate the effect of human capital development on performance. The study recommended, amongst other things, that organizations should be innovative.</p> Rufina Betzoom Tuamyil Nuhu Dogara Gado Copyright (c) 2024 2024-03-24 2024-03-24 6 1 67 81 10.26677/TR1010.2024.1383 The Influence of Brand Ambassadors on Impulse Buying and Brand Trust As Intervening on Azarine Products Through Shopee E-Commerce <p>The purpose of this study is to identify the impact of brand ambassadors on impulse buying behavior through brand trust as an intermediary. The approach used in this study is a quantitative method by collecting data through the distribution of questionnaires to respondents through social media direct messages. The research was conducted on 300 female respondents who live in several regions of Indonesia, namely Lampung, Jabodetabek, West Java and Jogja and have purchased Azarine products. The sample was taken by non probability sampling using online purposive sampling method. The data collected was then analyzed using the SmartPLS 3.2.9 analysis tool using the Structural Equation Modeling (SEM)-PLS method. The findings of the study indicate a positive and significant effect of brand ambassadors on impulse buying behavior, with brand trust acting as a mediator.</p> Zahra Ariqa Putri Agus Maolana Hidayat Copyright (c) 2024 2024-03-24 2024-03-24 6 1 89 92 10.26677/TR1010.2024.1384 Personal Observations on Qualitative Research Data Collection and Publications: Positivity, Problems, and Challenges <p>The study intends to write the viewpoint based on the author’s research experience in dealing with his PhD journey and several projects’ data collection. Specifically, this paper aims to outline the personal observations of the researcher in qualitative research and publications highlighting the positivity, problems, and challenges. The argument draws upon personal experience and observations on the contemporary debates about qualitative research data collection in the context of Bangladesh and publication among academicians and researchers. It is not easy to collect data in qualitative research. Respondents are not interested in spending their time as they are concerned about their time, potential risk, and any uncertain difficulties. In addition, they do not understand the benefits of the research and their benefits. They asked, “Is there any benefit for them or there are any problems if they participate in the research?” Some of the respondents are aware of their institutional problems. They try to raise their voice to solve the issue and for the betterment of the industry. Moreover, some of the respondents are very flexible and openhearted in providing the responses and welcoming the research. Some of the editors and reviewers are more flexible in qualitative research and some are not interested in qualitative research. Thus, selecting a good journal makes it difficult to publish qualitative research papers. The paper is the perceptions of the author’s data collection experiences and research publications.</p> Md. Kausar Alam Copyright (c) 2024 2024-03-24 2024-03-24 6 1 93 98 10.26677/TR1010.2024.1385