Christian Haposan Pangaribuan

Christian Haposan Pangaribuan
Sampoerna University | sampoerna · Faculty of Business

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Education
July 2017 - March 2021
Binus University
Field of study
  • Marketing
June 1997 - June 1999
University of New Haven
Field of study
  • Marketing
June 1994 - June 1997
The Ohio State University
Field of study
  • Productions and Operations Management

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Publications (56)
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Nowadays the usage of web-based communication such as online services in various industries plays a more important role than ever. It has been used to drive better quality of communication with more transparent, productive and efficient. The study was conducted in Indonesia as a developing country that has been enjoying a great momentum of economic...
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Online reviews are emerging as a powerful source of information influencing consumers’ pre-purchase evaluation. This phenomenon has emphasized the need for a further comprehension of the impact of online reviews on consumer attitudes and behaviors, particularly in the sharing economy platforms. This study aims to examine the relationship of attribu...
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As one of the emerging countries in the world, Indonesia's economic development in cities and urban centers are beginning to display marks of affluence. However, it is not always the same in the rural areas. Using the platform of Resource-Based View and Service Dominant Logic, this exploratory study utilizes focus group discussions and in-depth int...
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Alternative forms of travel have recently been delivering rewarding experiences and promising sustainable development for the tourism sector. However, it also depends on the uncertainties, consequences, and emotional connection with the destination. So far, the scholars have done limited empirical studies on volunteer tourism in Bali. Thus, this st...
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As part of their corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sustainable products, many big players in the industry have now reduced plastic through the design, manufacturing and packaging of products and their ultimate disposal. This paper investigates the direct and indirect relationships between awareness, trust, and brand preference on purchase i...
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With the widespread use of digital gaming, there is a growing need to determine how games and its components might be used for learning and teaching. The majority of study in this topic has taken place in more economically established and developed regions, leaving a research void in emerging country situations. To gain a deeper understanding of th...
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The growing importance of innovation and its management in the gaming industry offers an opportunity to examine corporate citizenship behavior, particularly in terms of work systems and creativity. This study examined the role of HPWS as a mediator in the LMX and OCB interaction. Despite the importance of LMX and OCB, research into how HPWS might s...
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Recent studies have reported that the use of language does not merely reflect on the communicative function, but also identifies the social status of the speakers. This research presents an explanation and of these findings in terms of the use of Jakartanese personal pronouns gue by non-Jakartan regarding the construction of social identity seen fr...
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The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the business industry, including female entrepreneurs, to remain competitive. With agility, the businesses could develop better predictability and survive in a changing environment. At the same time, e-commerce can also be used as a source of competitive advantage. This study aims to identify the effect of busines...
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This study develops a conceptual model for volunteer tourists by applying norm activation theory. Even though this theory has been employed in numerous studies to understand a wide range of intentions and behaviors in various fields, a little has investigated and extended the theory to explain tourists' intention to experience volunteer tourism and...
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Objective-This study aims to know the impact of corporate governance mechanisms on the non-performing loan of a bank. This study also aims to analyze which corporate governance aspects are significant to the banks' non-performing loans in Indonesia. Another objective of this study is to examine whether the relationship between corporate governance...
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Objective-This study aims to find the impact of privatization, which proxied by good corporate governance toward the financial performance of SOEs in Indonesia. Methodology-This study used 16 privatized SOEs that are listed in Indonesia Stock Exchange and also 16 privatized non-SOEs as the comparison. The data is collected from the year 2014 to 201...
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Objective-The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged the government because of the uncertainty in public health services' preparedness to provide patient-centered care that meets public needs. Hence, the necessity to evaluate service quality towards society's satisfaction and trust during these difficult times. This study examines the influence of servic...
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Objective-Despite the fact that Islamic insurance has grown significantly in Muslim countries; the number of market users was still very low compared to its market potential in Indonesia. The purpose of this research is to understand the factors that influence consumers to switch from conventional insurance to Islamic insurance. Methodology-The inf...
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Objective – This study aims to analyze the millennials intention in Bali towards purchasing reusable shopping bags, the study extends the Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB). Methodology – The data were collected by using online questionnaire in Bali. The total sample of this study is 227 respondents. Findings – The finding of this study shows that En...
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Objective-To investigate consumer attitudes towards accepting Gojek's merger with competitor and the effects on Gojek's brand popularity. Methodology-This research uses quantitative method distributed to Gojek's active users (n=506) in Indonesia through an online survey platform. The data was analyzed using multiple linear regression. Findings-The...
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Objective-This study explores the influence of product placement towards purchase intention while assessing the effectiveness of the ad determined by aspects of prominence, celebrity endorsement, modality, attitude towards movie and attitude towards brand. Methodology-This type of research was a quantitative method using associative research approa...
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Objective – The objective of this study is to identify the key elements of buying beauty products in drugstore chains, discuss the reasons and factors behind why these drugstore chains had become the customers’ preference to visit and purchase beauty products, and to find out the relation of store convenience of drugstore chains to purchase intenti...
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Journal of Business, Management, and Social Studies, Vol. 1, No. 1, May 2021.
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Objective-The importance of SMEs in Indonesia has been becoming the center of attention for the government to help the national economy grow. However, there are still many problems that hinder the potential of SMEs to develop. One of the problems is financial Management in terms of cash management, which can help SMEs have better Management over ca...
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In view of the government's demonetizing decision to make Indonesia a cashless society, this study aimed to discover the important factors influencing consumers' attitudes and intentions in using the e-wallet payment system. The authors wanted to find out whether trust, mobility, easiness of use, and usefulness attract customers and encourage them...
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Tourism rests on the natural beauty and uniqueness of a tourist destination, both the environment and the people’s socio-culture, hence maintaining sustainability towards a better future. The development of volunteer tourism does not rely solely on tourists’ behavior. Nevertheless, it also depends on the uncertainties and consequences as well as em...
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p>The government has emphasized the increasing number of the creative culinary industry in Indonesia to increase support in this area. One of the flourishing brands running a creative culinary business in Indonesia is Warunk Upnormal. The growth of the player in this industry has grown some concern about such business's sustainability since the rel...
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The theory of planned behavior (TPB) has been employed in numerous studies to understand a wide range of intentions and behaviors in various fields. However, a little has investigated and extended the theory to explain tourists‟ intention to experience volunteer tourism and behavior, by including destination attachment and risk perception. Data fro...
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This study examines Indonesian millennial financial decisions affected by financial education and financial behaviors. Financial behavior composes short-term and long-term behavior and this study focuses more on the short-term behavior. As a result, this study reveals millennial short-term behavior will mediate the relationship between financial ed...
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The purchase of virtual goods during game playing has become a key factor in the market of mobile game. Yet, the motivation of game players to buy those digital items is still relatively unknown in this young and lucrative industry. Therefore, the aim of this research is to determine the effect of unobstructed play and motivation to compete towards...
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This research extends the Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB) in explaining the Millennials’ (born between 1980 and 2000) intention towards using environmental-friendly drinking straws. In order to meet the objectives of the study, this research was conducted to 252 millennial respondents in the city of Jakarta and its surrounding vicinities. The find...
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The idea of self-service in grocery stores allows customers to serve themselves without help from other people. This topic has resulted in multiple types of research, alongside the new innovative technologies that are put out to enhance retail. This research has a key objective of expanding previous research which focuses on the Technology Acceptan...
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Digital badges, as an example of gamification of learning, have recently been used as credentials by educators and corporations to display and reward learners. The use of game design elements in non-game contexts receives only a limited amount of research. The main purpose of this study is to examine how three components of Self-Determination Theor...
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The current study aims to identify key factors that influence financial well-being of millennials in Indonesia. This study focuses more on long-term behavior, such as retirement planning and investment behavior. The analytical results revealed that financial education was positively related to the millennial's financial well-being. However, the med...
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The trend of drinking coffee has resulted in an increase in coffee consumption around the world, including Indonesia. This study investigates the roles of sensory attributes, functional benefit, and brand ambassador towards the intention to repurchase which leads to brand loyalty of Luwak White Koffie. This study uses a quantitative approach by usi...
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Mixed Martial Arts has grown into a spectacle since its start in 1993. Despite the violence and drama in this particular combat sport and usually ended in a confrontation, people still watch the sport as their favorite pastime. The purpose of this research is to figure out the motivation of Mixed Martial Arts spectators. The study was developed by...
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This research investigates the acceptance of sexual harassment case as a mediator to a ride-sharing company's brand reputation. The questionnaire was implemented in the form of an online survey and 320 effective responses were collected from college students as consumers. The findings revealed that brand attachment, perceived fairness of price, and...
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Even though social media influencers are thriving over the Internet, a representation of androgyny beauty influencer is still seen in most cultures and societies as unacceptable. The purpose of this study is to offer a comprehensive reflection on influencer marketing opportunities by an androgyny and determine the impact on consumer behavior of Gen...
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The growing trend of health and environmental awareness has led to the extensive growth of organic food as it is perceived to be healthier to humans and the environment. The present study examines organic instant noodle consumption through the perspective of the Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB) which explains the intention of the consumers. The stu...
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Business model innovation (BMI) has been a popular topic to understand how a company can get its competitive advantages. Despite previous articles on BMI on large companies, the research on business model innovation on small medium enterprises (SMEs) remains limited. This paper gives insights on BMI for SMEs, analyzes the methodology and unit analy...
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Leather shadow puppet performances are slowly becoming iso-lated. They are no longer attracting the young generation to-wards its long duration and language complexity, inclusive of its incomprehensible storytelling and characters. To address this gap, this research utilized a descriptive qualitative method and mind map to transcribe and describe k...
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To create value that would surpass the expectation of coffee drinkers is pivotal for coffee shop business. However, only a few businesses are able to provide better and non-homogenous value for the customers. The main factors that would influence customer satisfaction of coffee shops are still yet to be further explored. Hence, this study aims to l...
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In this VUCA world, much can be achieved when one is open to learning. The purpose of this study is to analyze the impact of organizational learning culture, employee commitment, and job satisfaction towards motivation to transfer learning. The data are collected by distributing 200 questionnaires for employees working in Jakarta area. The method u...
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Despite the widespread literature discussion on the strategies of marketing, little is known of how user-generated content(UGC) can influence the future purchase intention of young consumers on social media. Data were collected from 150 Indonesian young respondents. Pearson's correlation and multiple linear regression were employed for data analysi...
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In the age of competition for employers to acquire talents, especially when digitization takes place in just about everything, companies can implement digital badge to attract talents. The employers face a challenge of talents shortage in which employers hardly fill positions in the company. Despite the big number of graduates who are looking for j...
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The purpose of this research was to determine the effects of store atmosphere and perceived value on customer satisfaction and its impact on behavioral intention on the millennial segment. This type of research was a quantitative method using associative research approach and Partial Least Squares Structural Equation Modeling (PLS-SEM) methods meas...
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Leaders as the driver of change have important presence in an organization to guide their followers and become more engaged with the organization. The level of engagement level of employees in Indonesia is quite low. Thus, leaders need to find the most effective way to improve this engagement level. The purpose of this study is to examine the influ...
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Leaders as the driver of change have important presence in an organization to guide their followers and become more engaged with the organization. The level of engagement level of employees in Indonesia is quite low. Thus, leaders need to find the most effective way to improve this engagement level. The purpose of this study is to examine the influ...
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Crowdfunding has been a valuable alternative source of funding, especially to many initiated social projects. Despite using technology for effective and efficient solutions, not many people are familiar with it. The main purpose of this study is to expand earlier research by investigating the impact of the UTAUT model in creating a crowdfunding pro...
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Statistical data has shown that there is a decrease in the number of marriages in Jakarta in the period 2009-2014 with no significant changes in the last 3 years. The millennial generation of brides and grooms are characterized by their adoption of technology and electronic transactions. This research aimed to examine the influence of technology or...
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The advance of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) at Higher Education Institution (HEI) has moved beyond decision support system as it has now become an important intellectual capital asset that will determine the sustainable competitive advantage. The collection of information from internal resources through knowledge management (KM) h...
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High rate for employee turnover intention may lead to significant expenses of an organization, including the direct costs of replacing an employee and the indirect costs related to loss of experience and lowered productivity. The aim of the study is to investigate the influence of organizational commitment toward the employee turnover. The research...
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This study examines the relation between potential growth in the context of micro, small, medium enterprises by evaluating several factors, i.e. lack of marketing ability, inadequate business training, technological backwardness, poor quality of products, lack of innovation, unfavorable legal and regulatory framework, insuficient capital, and short...

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