Asian Journal of Economics and Business Management 2023-06-15T09:16:40+07:00 Habibullah Jimad Open Journal Systems <p>The Asian Journal of Economics and Business Management is an international peer-reviewed journal that publishes articles in the fields of Economics and Business, including but not limited to economics, business, management, banking, finance, marketing, entrepreneurship, behavioural and health economics, government taxation and regulation, financial markets, accounting, corporate governance, and business ethics. The Journal's objective is to foster scholarly discussion of current theoretical and practical issues in economics, business, and management. At any time, academics, policymakers, and researchers are welcome to submit their manuscripts. </p> <p>What can you expect if you publish in <strong>Asian Journal of Economics and Business Management</strong>?</p> <ul> <li>A straightforward and friendly publishing service</li> <li>Immediate and free access to your article for anyone anywhere at any time in the world</li> <li>Rigorous and constructive peer review</li> <li>Fast publication</li> <li>Extensive indexing and archiving of your work</li> <li>Retention of the full copyright in your work</li> </ul> <p>ISSN: 2961-7006 (Online)</p> <p>Distribution: Open Access</p> <p>Frequency: Triannual Publication (January-April, May-August, and September-December)</p> <p>DOI: <a href=""></a></p> Organizational based self-esteem: A systematic literature review 2023-04-16T19:18:53+07:00 Khansa Islami Rikardus Kurnia Lango Sopiah <p>In the era of Society 5.0, businesses confront numerous opportunities and dangers. Despite the company's efforts to remain competitive in its industry, it faces numerous internal threats. Therefore, employees as valuable assets in the operation of the business require special treatment. Companies must prioritize employee welfare by assuring employees' psychological health. Organization-based self-esteem may be said to have been developed by employees who are invested in the organization, eligible for advancement, and have faith that their requirements will be met there. They are more likely to take pride in their work if they value themselves and their contributions to the company. This study uses a Systematic Literature Review scheme aimed at reviewing research previously related to Organizational Based Self Esteem within the scope of Human Resource Management. There are 120 pieces of research literature found and then filtered using the PRISMA method. Using the PICO method in collecting data using 2 sources, namely Science Direct and Emerald Insight. The results of filtering and data inclusion obtained 30 journals as material for the final review. Through this study, it was concluded that companies that have adopted self-esteem-based organizations (OBSE) realize that employees tend to feel more valued, supported, and motivated. Thus, having better performance, higher productivity, and greater job satisfaction.</p> 2023-05-06T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Khansa Islami, Rikardus Kurnia Lango, Sopiah Green transformational leadership: Systematic literature review 2023-04-27T06:44:24+07:00 Imam Sanusi Ida Farida Sopiah <p>Companies and individuals are cognisant of the gravity of the environmental problem and advocate for the implementation of a sustainable business model. Green behaviour of employees, a form of pro-environmental action at work, is crucial for the organisation to reach its goal of area conservation. To promote Green Transformational Leadership, it is crucial to understand the causes and effects of pro-environmental behaviour, as well as the factors that influence these factors. This systematic literature review offers a comprehensive review of research articles related to green transformational leadership on employee behavior. comes from many articles about the application of green transformational leadership on the performance of presenters and conference participants. systematic review of the literature at issue using the preferred reporting method for systematic reviews and meta-analyses. Analysis of several studies that have links to the benefits of little green transformational leadership on student academic achievement. study points were analyzed using data quality, yielding 30 data points that met the eligibility standard. examination of several journals shows that Green Transformational Leadership has a secret weapon to teach leadership skills to students through the value of harmony, the value of harmony, and students by inviting them to explore their relationships with one another. Empirical results have supported our hypothetical model, showing that green transformational leadership has an indirect influence on green behavior of employees through value alignment, and that this mediating effect can be moderated by green identity.</p> 2023-05-06T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Imam Sanusi, Ida Farida, Sopiah The effect of green human resource management on environmental performance: Systematic literature review 2023-04-27T09:53:28+07:00 Ibnu Abdul Ghoni Josafat Gracia Ginting Sopiah <p>Rapid industrialization has caused environmental degradation in recent years. Industrial activities produce global warming, climate change, drought, forest fires, ecological degradation, and environmental damage. Many companies think their business has no environmental impact, yet it does. The organization finally resolved to limit environmental pollution and save resources after seeing the phenomenon. Modern organizations no longer prioritize profitability and business benefits. Companies today prioritize ecologically friendly practices. This Systematic Literature Review collects some of the literature that discusses the influence of GHRM on EP. The research objective is to explore the literature related to the effect of GHRM on EP. This research was compiled using Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. The data collection method uses data inclusion. Some of the literature obtained was 75 literature taken from three sources, namely The Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), Google Scholar, and Scopus with the help of Publish or Perish software. Then a screening was carried out and as many as 30 pieces of literature were obtained. The results show that of the 30 pieces of literature, 27 kinds of literature provide GHRM results with a positive and significant effect on EP. 1 literature shows that GHRM has no significant effect on EP, 1 literature makes GHRM a moderating variable and 1 literature makes GHRM a mediating variable.</p> 2023-05-06T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Ibnu Abdul Ghoni, Josafat Gracia Ginting, Sopiah Bibliometric analysis of expatriates in the scope of human resource management 2023-04-27T10:13:56+07:00 Rikardus Kurnia Lango Madziatul Churiyah Arief Noviarakhman Zagladi <p>In the current era of globalization in the workplace, employees no longer labor solely within a single nation. Current employees are also able to work abroad, apply for positions abroad, and work for domestic companies with overseas locations. This era of globalization affords us the chance to observe cross-cultural diversity and the development and expansion of intercultural interaction, so that expatriate adjustments are very significant and management of cross-cultural employees presents significant challenges. Expatriates are employees brought in by companies from abroad to be employed in the company. Expatriate employees are required to adapt to local culture and be able to manage their stress. This study uses Bibliometric Analysis as a research method using the keyword Expatriate. This study aims to find out the literature review related to expatriates in the scope of Human Resource Management. There were 7,193 articles found obtained from Scopus, then the articles were selected so that 123 articles were used in this study. This study also uses the Vos Viewer application to categorize and visualize co-authorship, co-accuracy, and citation.</p> 2023-05-06T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Rikardus Kurnia Lango, Madziatul Churiyah, Arief Noviarakhman Zagladi Organizational culture: An overview and bibliometric analysis 2023-04-27T09:41:55+07:00 Josafat Gracia Ginting <p>Culture is believed to be the most important factor in maintaining an organization's competitive advantage and determining the success or failure of an organization in achieving its goals. This research was conducted to fill the gaps in previous organizational culture research by using more recent research data. Describing the discussion related to an organizational culture that has been published in 2017-2023 is the purpose of this study. This research is a type of bibliometric literature study using the help of VOSviewer software to analyze data. The data sources used as references in this study were obtained from the Science Direct and Mendeley databases for 2017 - 2023. Thirty-four articles were used as material for analysis in this study. This study discusses 10 articles with the highest number of citations. This study's results indicate that seven groups of writers have research links in the field of organizational culture. Employee performance, organizational change, conflict management, safety culture, organizational innovation, and leadership style are research variables often related to organizational culture. The topic of organizational culture research is still widely used in recent years. </p> 2023-05-06T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Josafat Gracia Ginting Does the market value “green” companies? Evidence from Indonesia 2023-03-29T08:18:02+07:00 Ayu Dwiny Octary <p>Financial reporting is important for disclosing crucial information that shows the financial activities and performance of a business. Environmental disclosure in the annual report will enable investors and other interested parties to make informed judgments about the efficiency and impact of managers' sustainability decisions and actions. The aim of this study is to knowledge whether the stock market value the company that are of environmental, by performance and self-disclosure. This study makes significant contributions to the literature in several aspects. First, this is the first study to empirically examine the value relevance of 2 types of non-financial performance that use evidence from Indonesia Stock Market, to the best of our knowledge prior study only use one types of environmental reputation, performance or disclosure itself. This study uses the Ohlson modification model, however, the price model developed by Ohlson in this study modified by adding environmental information as other information that is expected to affect share prices. The results of this study are that environmental performance is value relevant to share prices, which shows that environmental performance influence investors in positive side. Whereas sustainability report disclosure shows different results, the effect is negative towards share prices, these results indicate that companies with high levels of sustainability report disclosure are not highly valued by investors. This can be caused by investors lack of understanding the importance of sustainable companies.</p> 2023-05-16T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Ayu Dwiny Octary The effect of organizational support on employee performance: A systematic literature review 2023-05-18T14:03:28+07:00 Muhizan Tamimi Moh. Badrut Tamam Sopiah <p>Employees are essential assets for a company's business operations, and the organization's role as an overarching institution is essential to support them. This support is essential for motivating workers and determining the progress or decline of an organization's achievements. Organizational support is also important for determining the progress or decline of an organization's achievements. The purpose of this Systematic Literature Review is to compile studies published between 2018 and 2023 that examine the connection between organizational assistance and worker productivity. The influence of organizational support on employee performance was the subject of this systematic review and meta-analysis, which was prepared using the Preferred Reporting Item. Population, Intervention, Comparison, and Outcome techniques are used to get information from Google Scholar and Digital Reference Garba (Garuda). A total of 79 data points were filtered using data inclusion criteria, yielding a final score of 79. The research found that a favorable and substantial relationship existed between organizational support and performance in 26 out of 50 individual cases. Four items have a detrimental impact on performance significantly because of the assistance they get from their company. This study implies that Organizational support is seen as very important for the behavior of workers/employees. With organizational support, employees feel valued and valued by the organization.</p> 2023-05-21T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Muhizan Tamimi, Moh. Badrut Tamam, Sopiah Bibliometric analysis of organizational citizenship behavior using scopus database 2023-05-18T11:48:51+07:00 Moh. Badrut Tamam Madziatul Churiyah Arief Zagladi <p>Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB) is one of the topics that continue to be discussed in organizational studies. This article aims to provide an overview of the intellectual landscape of OCB research by performing bibliometric analysis using VOSviewer. Data is taken from Scopus and includes articles on OCB published from 2019 to 2023. The results of the analysis show that OCB research has grown rapidly over the past three decades, with a significant increase in the number of publications and the number of citations. The article also points out that there are several key themes in OCB research, such as the conceptualization of OCB, factors that influence OCB, as well as the impact of OCB on organizations. However, some gaps in OCB research still need further investigation, such as contextual factors that influence OCB and the relationship of OCB to other topics in organizational studies. A Bibliometric analysis using VOSviewer can provide a clear picture of the intellectual landscape of OCB research and help researchers to identify trends and gaps in OCB research.</p> 2023-05-21T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Moh. Badrut Tamam, Madziatul Churiyah, Arief Zagladi Industrial relations: Bibliometric analysis approach 2023-05-18T14:20:15+07:00 Ida Farida <p>Industrial relations are an important part of business organization, providing broad social benefits. However, ethics in industrial relationships can become a problem. In Scandinavia and Switzerland, various types of business organizations, chambers of industry and commerce, chambers of commerce, and employers' associations are joined. Further research is needed due to the wide scope of the topic and lack of systematic literature review. This study aims to identify broadly the keywords of industrial relations and findings that are relevant to current conditions. This research is meant to contribute to future research. This research method uses a bibliometric analysis approach using the VOSviewer application and a search for research articles using the Publish or Perish (PoP) application from 2013-2023 with a total of 200 articles and explains in detail the 10 most cited articles. The research results are submitted in the form of co-authorship, co-occurrence, citations, and keywords related to industrial relations, namely university-industry collaboration, digitalization, industry 4.0, innovation, and others.</p> 2023-05-21T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Ida Farida The impact of halal certification for MSME business: A systematic literature review 2023-05-18T15:17:06+07:00 Irfan Agung Purnomo <p>Indonesia is the country that is home to the most significant number of Muslims anywhere in the globe. As a result, there is a considerable demand for halal food and other goods in Indonesia. As a result, halal certification is crucial for the success of Micro, Small, and Medium-sized Enterprises (MSMEs) in Indonesia to fulfill the requirements of an expanding market. Having a halal certification provides various benefits for micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs), including enhancing consumer confidence in the products and services supplied, growing the market due to the preference of many consumers for halal products, and strengthening corporate competitiveness in the global market. This study aims to investigate the effects of halal certification on small and medium-sized businesses. This research was put together utilizing the systematic literature review (SLR) method, and the access journals Google Scholar and Garuda were used in its construction. A total of over one hundred pieces were considered for usage and reviewed based on the criteria that had been established in advance. Twenty articles were found to satisfy the requirements. According to the findings of this research, halal certification is essential for bolstering micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) to ensure the continuity of production or operation. According to the findings of this survey, buyers of MSME goods and services give more significant consideration to buying products that have received halal certification. It has also been demonstrated that halal certification can help micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) increase their turnover or sales.</p> 2023-05-21T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Irfan Agung Purnomo A systematic review of organizational culture literature: Lessons from the past and avenues for future research 2023-05-18T14:39:19+07:00 Rebecca Jacobs Sopiah <p>Organizational culture is an important factor in human and organizational behavior, but there are disagreements over its definitions and measurements. Previous research has demonstrated positive aspects associated with corporate culture, such as its role in the effective adoption of quality management and its importance in the organizational change process. It can affect workers' willingness to embrace a change process. The purpose of this study is to review the past literature on organizational and identify research issues that could influence the body of knowledge of organizational culture. A systematic review of literature was carried out using PRISMA method. Data was obtained from four databases and a total of 30 relevant journals were identify for further analyses. The study revealed that different conceptualization and operationalization of Organizational culture creates the inconsistencies in findings previous studies. The study developed a framework for determining choice of constructs in each cultural context.</p> 2023-05-21T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Rebecca Jacobs, Sopiah Unveiling the powerhouse: Exploring the dynamic relationship between globalization, urbanization, and economic growth in Bangladesh through an innovative ARDL approach 2023-06-06T14:15:52+07:00 Mohammad Ridwan <p>Significant changes in the economic landscape of Bangladesh have occurred in recent decades due to variables such as globalization, urbanization, FDI, trade, population dynamics, and their interplay. Effective policies and strategies must be developed with a thorough comprehension of the interconnected dynamics of these factors and their influence on economic expansion. This study investigates the dynamic linkages between globalization, urbanization, foreign direct investment (FDI), trade, population, and economic growth in Bangladesh. The study employs sophisticated econometric techniques to analyze the impact of these variables on the nation's economic landscape from 1991 to 2021. The stability of the dataset is evaluated using stationarity tests including ADF, DF-GLS, and P-P unit root tests. The results indicate a varied order of integration estimation for the investigated variables, necessitating additional investigation. The Autoregressive Distributed Lag (ARDL) estimation technique is utilized to investigate the long-term relationship between the variables. The results demonstrate a positive and statistically significant relationship between globalization, urbanization, trade, FDI, and economic growth. The significance of external factors and urbanization in propelling Bangladesh's economic growth is highlighted by these findings. Surprisingly, during the examined period, population dynamics had no significant impact on economic growth. This emphasizes the need for policymakers to investigate the intricate relationship between population trends and sustainable economic growth. Using the Ramsey Reset test, Jarque-Bera test, Breush Godfrey LM test, and CUSUM &amp; CUSUM square test, the model's dependability is rigorously evaluated. The results demonstrate the model's robustness and validity, bolstering the veracity of the study's findings. On the basis of the research findings, a number of policy recommendations emerge. To promote economic growth, it is recommended that Bangladesh continue to embrace globalization, encourage FDI, and strengthen international trade relations. In addition, policymakers should prioritize urban development to capitalize on the economic benefits of urbanization. To address population dynamics, a balanced approach is required. To maximize the potential of the young workforce, population control measures should be considered alongside investments in education, skills training, and healthcare.</p> 2023-06-21T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Mohammad Ridwan Role of institutional ownership in moderating profitability and board of directors on sustainability report disclosure 2023-06-15T09:16:40+07:00 Fransisco Pandapotan <p>Sustainability report disclosure is one of the important reports prepared by a company to provide information about company’s activities in relation to economic, environmental and social activities where the preparation of a sustainability report disclosure refers to the GRI Standards. Sustainability report disclosure helps the stakeholders and investors asses the company’s performance and helps them make decisions to create a sustainable development. This research aims to test the effect of profitability and the board of directors on sustainability report disclosure with institutional ownership as a moderating variable. This is classified as causal research with a quantitative approach. The population used is companies indexed by Kompas 100 in the Indonesia Stock Exchange period 2019-2021, and this research uses 60 samples. The hypothesis testing techniques are multiple regression analysis and moderated regression analysis with E-views 10. The results of this research prove that profitability has a significant positive effect on sustainability report disclosure, board of directors has no significant effect on sustainability report disclosure, and institutional ownership is unable to moderate the effect of profitability and board of directors on the sustainability report disclosure.</p> 2023-07-06T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Fransisco Pandapotan