International Journal of Business and Society

A biannual journal of scholarly works in business and economics. Published by University Malaysia Sarawak.

Articles from Vol. 18, No. S2, 2017

A MODEL OF MANAGING INNOVATION OF SMEs IN INDONESIAN CREATIVE INDUSTRIES
1. INTRODUCTIONThe creative industries are currently believed to be one of the leading industries capable of contributing significantly to the economy of a nation (Colapinto, & Porlezza, 2012; Anderson et al., 2014). Many studies have been conducted...
Analyzing the Effectiveness of a Joint Corporate Social Responsibility Program to Empower People in an Indonesian Village
1.INTRODUCTIONAs enforced by the Indonesian government1, corporate social responsibility (CSR) is mandatory for Indonesian companies. In essence, companies have the responsibility to contribute to sustainable economic development that would improve people's...
A Virtual Co-Creation Model of the Hijab Fashion Industry in Indonesia
ABSTRACT1.INTRODUCTIONBandung as the capital city of the province of West Java is targeted to be a barometer for the development of Islamic fashion of the world in 2020 (Government of the Province of West Java website, 2015). Therefore, the sustainability...
Building a Self-Sustaining Learning Center through an Integrated Multidimensional Community Development Program: A Case Study in an Indonesian Village
1.INTRODUCTIONIt is natural for humans to always seek ideal conditions in their lives. There is continuous change, effort, and improvement directed towards social welfare as an ideal condition, bringing communities and individuals participating in them...
CONTEXTUAL AMBIDEXTERITY IN SMEs IN INDONESIA: A STUDY ON HOW IT MEDIATES ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE AND FIRM PERFORMANCE AND HOW MARKET DYNAMISM INFLUENCES ITs ROLE ON FIRM PERFORMANCE
1.INTRODUCTIONThe term 'organizational ambidexterity' has become one of the important concepts to emerge in organizational learning field in the last two decades. This term was originally coined to refer to a firm's ability to reconcile the dilemma between...
Entrepreneurial Behaviour Revisited: Linking Self-Efficacy with Effectuation
1.INTRODUCTIONEntrepreneurial behaviour explains what entrepreneurs do and how they embrace the entrepreneurial process (Fisher, 2012; Gartner, 1989; McMullen & Shepherd, 2006). Their behaviour needs to be analysed in order to understand how they...
Examining an Endangered Knowledge Transfer Practice Known as "Mapalus" in an Indonesian Village: Implications for Entrepreneurial Activities and Economic Development
1.INTRODUCTIONEspecially nowadays, knowledge has been acknowledged to be a fundamental resource essential for either small or big companies. Organizations could have their own sustainable competitive advantage if they could provide uniqueness (e.g. Kleindorfer...
Examining the Relationship between Business and Society in an Emerging Economy: An Introduction to the Special Issue
CATEGORY 1: ENTREPRENEURSHIPWhile the idea of entrepreneurship is relevant to both more developed and emerging economies, entrepreneurship in the latter has been argued to have distinctive characteristics, including the more plenty opportunities facilitated...
Knowledge Sharing Behavior and Quality among Workers of Academic Institutions in Indonesia
1.INTRODUCTIONKnowledge sharing throughout the organization enhances existing organizational business processes and introduces more efficient and effective business processes. Capturing a company's most valuable knowledge (asset) and distributing it...
Needs Evaluation of Entrepreneurship Policy at the Agenda-Setting Stage
1.INTRODUCTIONIn developing entrepreneurship, government policy has a significant influence in establishing the environment and creating the infrastructure that supports entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship has emerged as a focus of public policy so governments...
Potential Impacts of Redenomination: A Business Perspective
1.INTRODUCTIONResearch on redenomination has been carried out using both positivistic and phenomenological approaches and involved various different countries, such as Romania and Turkey (Ioana, 2009), Ghana (Dzokoto et al., 2010), Italy, France, Spain,...
Understanding the Relationship between Entrepreneurial Spirit and Global Competitiveness: Implications for Indonesia
1.INTRODUCTIONEntrepreneurship as a mechanism for new venture creation would be expected to contribute to the economic growth and development of a country through innovative behaviors, skills of taking advantage of most limited resources and risky competitive...
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