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THE EFFECT OF INSTITUTIONAL OWNERSHIP ON VALUE OF THE COMPANY STUDY OF MANUFACTURING COMPANY LISTED IN INDONESIAN STOCK EXCHANGE 2010-2014 PERIOD

THE EFFECT OF INSTITUTIONAL OWNERSHIP ON VALUE OF THE COMPANY STUDY OF MANUFACTURING COMPANY LISTED IN INDONESIAN STOCK EXCHANGE 2010-2014 PERIOD

Research conducted by Adnantara (2013) found that institutional ownership has no significant effect on firm value. In the study mentioned that this could occur due to asymmetric information between investors and managers. This can make institutional shareholders are not satisfied with the performance of managerial, then decided to sell its shares to the market, where this can decrease the value of the company.

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The Influence of the Good Corporate Governance Towards the Value Of the Company

The Influence of the Good Corporate Governance Towards the Value Of the Company

Abstract: This research aims to know the influence of good corporate governance the manufacturing sub sectors of food and drink that are listed on the Indonesia stock exchange period 2011-2016. For the measurement of the value of the company's researchers use the Price Earning Ratio (PER), while for corporate governance using the size of the Board of Directors, managerial ownership, firm size and Debt to equity Ratio (DER). The sample in this research company is a company manufacturing sub sector of the food and drink report financial report-row take part during the period 2011 – 2016. the results of this research show that the number of Directors, managerial and ownership of company size does not affect the value of the manufacturing companies listed on the Indonesia stock exchange period 2011- 2016. Debt equity ratio effects while significantly to the value of the company.

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Analysis of Effect of Dividend Policy, Policies Debt, Profitability and Investment Decision in the Value of The Company

Analysis of Effect of Dividend Policy, Policies Debt, Profitability and Investment Decision in the Value of The Company

Based on test results concluded that the dividend policy is proxied by the dividend payout ratio and debt policies proxied by debt to equity ratio does not affect the value of the company which is proxied by the price to book value, while profitability is proxied by return on equity and investment decisions are proxied by price earning ratio effect on the value of a company that is proxied by the price to book value. Adjusted R2 value of 0.399, which means the value of the company was affected by the variable dividend policy (payout ratio), the debt policy (debt to equity ratio), profitability (return on equity) and investment decisions (price earnings ratio) of 39.9% and the rest 60.1% influenced by other variables outside the model.

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THE INFLUENCE OF ISLAMIC ETHICAL RETURN, INVESTMENT AND FIRM VALUE

THE INFLUENCE OF ISLAMIC ETHICAL RETURN, INVESTMENT AND FIRM VALUE

Management should pay attention to two important things in fungi principal finance companies is how to obtain the source of funds and how the use of funds, so the motivation of authors in this study are as follows: First: to maximize the welfare of shareholders through maximizing the value of the company without ignoring falah for all mankind in maqashid as-syariah perspective. Second: investment decisions are not just talking about a few material benefits (returns) to be had from investing activities, but more investment activities are based on social motives to enhance shareholder value. Third: to see the consistency of prior research and develop some previous studies with the approach, objects and different methods of analysis. Fourth: This study is a renewal and expansion of several previous studies. Renewal is done with the intention to provide additional empirical evidence on the relationship of financial decisions through the aspects of ethical values and religion. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of ethical islamic return on investment and the value of the company, as well as to determine the effect of investment on firm value.

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Institutional Repository | Satya Wacana Christian University: Perbedaan Return Saham Berdasarkan Kinerja EVA, MVA, dan MBR pada Perusahaan Telekomunikasi di BEI 2005-2010

Institutional Repository | Satya Wacana Christian University: Perbedaan Return Saham Berdasarkan Kinerja EVA, MVA, dan MBR pada Perusahaan Telekomunikasi di BEI 2005-2010

The purpose of this study to determine whether there are differences in stock returns based on the performance of EVA, MVA, dan MBR. EVA and MVA measures the value added produced by the company by way of reducing the burden of capital costs incurred as a result of investment made. MBR can be used to judge the company by looking at the market price per share compared to the book value of the company. Stock return is an investor gains on stock investment. The sample in this study is a telecommunications comany that go public in 2005- 2010. Data used secondary data from financial information company. Hypothesis testing is done by the statistical method with different test (t-test) and the chi- square test with SPSS. The results showed that there was no difference in stock returns based on the performance of EVA, MVA, and MBR.

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Institutional Repository | Satya Wacana Christian University: Perbandingan Metode Persediaan FIFO dan Metode Persediaan Rata-Rata dalam Mencerminkan Market Value Perusahaan

Institutional Repository | Satya Wacana Christian University: Perbandingan Metode Persediaan FIFO dan Metode Persediaan Rata-Rata dalam Mencerminkan Market Value Perusahaan

Application of different inventory accounting methods would affect the financial statements, which will be responded by investors, thus affecting the market value of the company. This study is a replication of two previous studies Anisa (2004) and Wiryadi and Supatmi (2008) which have different results. This study wanted to retest the effect of the method of accounting for inventories on the company's market value. The hypothesis of this study is the method of average inventory accounting in the financial statements has more influence on the market value of the company compared to the FIFO accounting method. Hypothesis test is done using the test nonnested The discrimination approach and the discerning approach. The population in this study is the companies listed in the Stock Exchange in 2007 to 2009. The results of the 2 methods of testing hypotheses in this study showed different results. In testing using the discrimination approach of inventory accounting method more reflect the average market value than the FIFO method of inventory accounting. In contrast to the approach discerninig testing using the FIFO method of inventory accounting better reflect the company's market value. With the weakness in discrimination approach method of which models a simple ranking is only based on a model selection criterion and provide the highest value of election measures of goodness of fit, then the conclusions of this study using discerninig approach methods. So in this study proves that the FIFO method of inventory accounting in the financial statements more influence on the market value of the company compared with the method of average inventory accounting.

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Test bank Cost Accouting 6e by Rainborn Chapter 19

Test bank Cost Accouting 6e by Rainborn Chapter 19

Because performance measures are used to reward performance, managers use them as decision criteria when they evaluate alternative courses of action. For example, if ROI is the performance criterion, a division manager will only invest in new projects that will result in an increase in his/her division's ROI. This is sub-optimal if the overall organization would be better off by the division manager's investment in available projects with lower ROIs.

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Do You Know Your Vital Few

Do You Know Your Vital Few

2. Sustainable Stage Company – Once the company matures, the growth rate slows down and we now need to provide a return to investors. We also want to reduce our costs and lock in strong margins. Therefore, our vital few now emphasizes Operating Income, Return on Capital, and Gross Margin.

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Determinant of Sharing Value and Value Creation and Implications on Sale and Profits

Determinant of Sharing Value and Value Creation and Implications on Sale and Profits

Products related to value is a set of benefits offered to consumers to satisfy their needs. In this case, customer satisfaction involves the performance components of the product it buys and its demand or expectations for the product. Satisfaction can also be assessed from consumer value in the form of conformity of benefits obtained by consumers of a product purchased with the cost or sacrifice incurred to obtain the product (Schuitema & de Groot, 2015). Benefits perceived by consumers in terms of functional benefits and emotional benefits. While the costs incurred in the form of money, energy, time and mental. In order to create high consumer values then the company or producer must be able to provide greater benefits of a product it offers than the cost incurred by consumers to obtain the product (Lee et al., 2011).

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CHAPTER I COMPANY ESTABLISHMENT

CHAPTER I COMPANY ESTABLISHMENT

The line graph shows figures for unemployment in the UK workforce between May 2003 and July 2006. It is clear from the chart that the rate of unemployment fluctuated a great deal during this time. At the beginning of the period, unemployment stood at 5.1 per cent. A few months later, the figure had risen slightly to 5.2 per cent. Unemployment then remained stable until September 2003. From this point on there was a steady downward trend and by January 2004 the rate had fallen to 4.9 per cent. It stayed at this level until May in the same year, but from May to July there was another small drop of 1 per cent. There were no further changes in the level of unemployment until March the following year. From March to May 2005, there was a small increase of 1 per cent, but this did not last long and the figure had fallen back to 4.8 percent by July. From September 2005 to November the same year, the figure shot up from 4.8 to 5.2 per cent. The rate remained stable for a few months, but then rose sharply again and had reached a peak of 5.7 per cent by July 2006.

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Handout AKT 102 Pertemuan 2

Handout AKT 102 Pertemuan 2

“Copyright © 2011 John Wiley & Sons, Inc. All rights reserved. Reproduction or translation of this work beyond that permitted in Section 117 of the 1976 United States Copyright Act without the express written permission of the copyright owner is unlawful. Request for further information should be addressed to the

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EVALUASI NILAI NASABAH PADA JASA LAYANAN BANK PEMERINTAH DAN BANK SWASTA DI YOGYAKARTA  EVALUASI NILAI NASABAH PADA JASA LAYANAN BANK PEMERINTAH DAN BANK SWASTA DI YOGYAKARTA.

EVALUASI NILAI NASABAH PADA JASA LAYANAN BANK PEMERINTAH DAN BANK SWASTA DI YOGYAKARTA EVALUASI NILAI NASABAH PADA JASA LAYANAN BANK PEMERINTAH DAN BANK SWASTA DI YOGYAKARTA.

Pemilihan jasa layanan perbankan merupakan suatu hal yang tidak mudah dilakukan konsumen/nasabah. Banyak faktor yang dipertimbangkan nasabah untuk menggunakan salah satu jasa layanan perbankan. Roig et al., (2006) menyatakan bahwa ada beberapa nilai/value yang dipertimbangkan konsumen untuk menentukan perusahaan jasa perbankan yang akan digunakan. Faktor tersebut adalah functional value of the installations of the establishment, functional value of the contact personnel, functional value of the service (quality), functional value price, social value, dan emotional value.

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Solution Manual and Test Bank Advanced Accounting by Guerrero & Peralta 2 CHAPTER 08

Solution Manual and Test Bank Advanced Accounting by Guerrero & Peralta 2 CHAPTER 08

Note payable ...... .............................................................................................. 50,000 Common stock, P8 par value ............................................................................. 80,000 Additional paid in capital (P6.66 per share) ...................................................... 66,667 Gain on debt discharge ...................................................................................... 3,333 To record settlement of note payable due in 2007

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Factors That Influence the Value of Companies Listed In Jakarta Islamic Index (JII) in 2013-2016

Factors That Influence the Value of Companies Listed In Jakarta Islamic Index (JII) in 2013-2016

Maximizing company value is very important it also means maximize shareholders wealth as main objective of firm. Firm value is reflected in stock prices that steady and increase. High stock price makes firm high valued and affect on market confidence toward current firm performance and outlook for future firm. Firm value becomes something very important in investment decision (Putu et al : 2014). Price Ernings Ratio (PER), Price to Book Value Ratio (PBV), Tobin’s Q and Price sales ratio are some of the widely used ratios to determine the value of a company (Purwanto and Agustin : 2017). In this reasearch used PBV as proxied of Company Value. According to Husnan and Pujiastuti (2006), Price to Book

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Implementation Of Value Stream Mapping (VSM) In Textile Manufacturing Company.

Implementation Of Value Stream Mapping (VSM) In Textile Manufacturing Company.

pin, straight pin, hook and eyes, snap fasteners and many more. The lack of implementation of lean manufacturing tools and technique, unsystematic arrangement of the workplace, failed to maintain the efficiency of machine, unsystematic planning, certain process have standard operating procedure (SOP), lack of manpower and etc.

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Solution Manual and Test Bank Advanced Accounting by Guerrero & Peralta CHAPTER 08

Solution Manual and Test Bank Advanced Accounting by Guerrero & Peralta CHAPTER 08

Note payable ...... .............................................................................................. 71,000 Common stock, P8 par value ............................................................................. 56,000 Additional paid in capital, P6.66 per share ........................................................ 46,667 Gain on debt discharge ...................................................................................... 11,333 To record settlement of note payable due in 2008

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Test bank of Advanced Accounting by Guerrero & Peralta CHAPTER 8

Test bank of Advanced Accounting by Guerrero & Peralta CHAPTER 8

Note payable .... ..................................................................................... 50,000 Common stock, P8 par value ................................................................. 80,000 Additional paid in capital (P6.66 per share) .......................................... 66,667 Gain on debt discharge .......................................................................... 3,333 To record settlement of note payable due in 2007

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An exploratory study

An exploratory study

The rest of the paper is organized as follows. The second section develops the theory behind this exploratory study. Predictions are grounded on existing knowledge in the management control systems and entrepreneurship literatures and variables that existing models of the emergence of MCShave identified (Flamholtz & Randle, 2000; Greiner, 1972, 1998; Simons, 2000). The third section presents the research design. The study is based on a rich database (Baron, Burton, & Hannan, 1996, 1999) that includes survey as well as interview information on the human resource practices of a large sample of young, high-tech- nology firms. The fourth section presents the re- sults. The results indicate that both size and age affect the emergence of MCSfor human resource management. However, the impact of age de- creases with firm size. The evidence is also con- sistent with the presence of venture capital and the replacement of the founder by a new CEO affect- ing the emergence of these systems. Further evi- dence indicates that the replacement of the founder is mostly significant for smaller firms. Finally, the paper provides evidence on how existing control systems affect the adoption of new ones, and which particular systems are adopted earlier. The fifth section suggests future research and concludes.

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Siloam Hospitals | Investor Relations - Shareholder Meeting - Rumah Sakit Siloam Hospitals

Siloam Hospitals | Investor Relations - Shareholder Meeting - Rumah Sakit Siloam Hospitals

3. Shareholders or their proxies who will attend the Meeting are requested to bring and submit a copy of the Share Collective Letter and a copy of Kartu Tanda Penduduk (KTP) or other identity card to the personnel from Biro Administrasi Efek (Securities Administration Bureau), prior to entering the Meeting. Shareholders in collective custodian must bring KTUR obtainable through their broker or Custodian Bank.

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Desember 2005

Desember 2005

Based on the minutes of the extraordinary general meeting of the Company’s shareholders (EGMS) held on October 2, 1989, which were covered by notarial deed No. 4 of Amrul Partomuan Pohan, S.H., LLM., the shareholders approved, among others, the offering of 598,881,000 shares to the public. Based on the minutes of the EGMS held on March 18, 1991, which were covered by notarial deed No. 53 of the same notary, the shareholders approved the issuance of convertible bonds with a total nominal value of US$75 million. On June 20, 1991, in accordance with the above-mentioned shareholders’ approval, the Company issued and listed US$75 million worth of 6.75% Euro Convertible Bonds (the “Euro Bonds”) on the Luxembourg Stock Exchange at 100% issue price, with an original maturity in 2001. The Euro Bonds were convertible into common shares starting August 1, 1991 up to May 20, 2001 at the option of the bondholders at the initial conversion price of Rp14,450 per share, with a fixed rate of exchange upon conversion of US$1 to Rp1,946.

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