R. Rokhim's research while affiliated with University of Indonesia and other places

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This paper aims at testing two main hypotheses debated among corruption researchers: “sand the wheels” and “grease the wheels” in the Indonesian business sectors. The “Sand the wheels” hypothesis argues that corruption has a negative impact, while the “grease the wheels” hypothesis argues that corruption has a positive impact. Using the data from t...
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Indonesia has established Securities Investor Protection Fund (SIPF) as protection scheme for investor in stock market to avoid fraud. The main reason is that investor protection promotes the development of equity markets as it gives confidence for investor to put their money on stock exchange. Recently, government increases the coverage value of S...

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... Finally, PT. Penyelenggara Program Perlindungan Investor Efek Indonesia (PPPIEI or ISIPF) was drawn up by the Notary as the company that administers Investor Protection Fund program at the end of 2012 and started to enforce institutions to implement Source: Rokhim, 2017 on early 2014. In the beginning of implementation, the maximum compensation fund is Rp25 million per investor. ...