Sudarmawan Samidi

Sudarmawan Samidi
IPMI International Business School · Business Administration

Ph.D (candidate) in Business Management from IPB University; Master of Management from International Islamic University Malaysia; Bachelor of Sharia Law from Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt

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15
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15 Research Items
52 Citations
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Additional affiliations
August 2016 - present
IPMI International Business School
Position
  • Managing Director
Education
January 2012 - November 2013
International Islamic University Malaysia
Field of study
  • Business Management
September 2003 - October 2010
Al-Azhar University
Field of study
  • Shariah

Publications

Publications (15)
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While the Islamic peer to peer (P2P) lending is useful especially during the present Covid-19 Pandemic, its default risk remains high. In this study, we apply the extended general strain theory to investigate borrowers' default intention on the Islamic P2P lending during the pandemic period. Using the SEM-PLS method to analyse data gathered from a...
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The objective of this study is to investigate the factors that are affecting customers’ intention to use Islamic FinTech services during the Covid-19 crisis. It expands the technology acceptance model (TAM) by adding government support as a new variable for the context of Islamic FinTech services during the pandemic. Using TAM as a framework, we pr...
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The purpose of this research is to examine the influence of service quality and price partially or simultaneously to customer satisfaction level on using services from PT. Lion Air flight operation at Soekarno Hatta Airport. Quantitative research method is used in this study through questionnaires to 160 respondents. Purposive sampling method was c...
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In countries with government-owned railways, the subsidies required to maintain service were becoming a serious burden on the state. Declining revenues have left the rail industry struggling to overcome operating deficits and to reduce subsidies from governments. This study aims to analyze the financial performance of Indonesia and Taiwan urban rai...
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The demand for property increases every year in line with the population growth in Indonesia. Moreover, the society believes that investing in the property will have future benefits since there is an expectation of an increase in strong middle-class consumer spending made to the residential business segment and also urban society demands for apartm...
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Ethical behavior is very important for every professional to ensure that the business will sustain for a long time and gain proitable. The present study is aimed at understanding the importance of Maqasid Al-Shariah and Maslahah in making ethical decisions among executive professionals in Indonesia. In view of this, the research explore to extent t...
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The purpose of this study is to investigate the difference between the brand selection decisions before and after the ad serving and to examine the impact of attitude, which is owned by the consumer before the ad, to the changes in consumer decisions in the selection of the brand. This study was conducted using causal research design. The sampling...
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The assessment of financial performance is becoming increasingly important. The Decree No. KEP-100/MBU/2002 issued by Ministry of Stated Owned Enterprises of Indonesia on June 2002 provide the mandatory measuring and rating the financial health condition for all subsidiaries of SOEs. The circumstance is of relevance in the Indonesian context, chara...
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This study explores the role of Corporate Social Responsibilities (CSR) in maximizing the firm's profitability for sustainable competitive advantage in Indonesia. CSR refers to the obligation of corporations to consider not only shareholders' interests, but also the interests of other stakeholders, like employees, customers, suppliers and communiti...
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The rapid growth of financial system in Indonesia creates an intensive competition between Conventional and Islamic financial institutions. The study aims to evaluate the service quality of Islamic Microfinance Institution in Indonesia. The survey was carried out to acquire data from 126 respondents. Descriptive statistics and importance performanc...
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As we know that the oil and gas industry is a huge industry and a big contributor to government revenue. However, a signiicant decline in government revenues from this sector is in 2014 by 14.11% to 4.46% in 2015, and in 2016 the value is not too far from the previous year that is 4.58%. This is due to the decline in world oil prices and also the d...
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The purpose of this study is to investigate to what extent earning per share, net income, dividends and sharia compliance affects the stock market volatility in Malaysia. A sample of 53 firms has been selected from FBMKLCI for the period of2014 when the oil price decline over 55% and leads to lower share prices. Multiple regression methods have bee...
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The present study is an attempt to explore how much consumers are influenced by Islamic brand soft drink. In view of this, the research investigates the extent to which characteristic such as brand name, quality, and peer pressure can influence consumers in preferring Islamic brand soft drink. The data was collected from 60 Muslim consumers from di...

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