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Scirj Volume III, Issue XI, November 2015 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796


Publication starts: 25th November 2015
Full Paper available from: 25th November 2015


Affect of Service Quality, Trust, and Image toward Value and Public Satisfaction on Administration System Office Makassar City
Muhammad Ansari

Abstract: The research aim to know and analysis: 1) the service quality affect toward satisfaction by public, 2) service quality affect toward satisfaction by public through service value, 3) the trust affect toward satisfaction by public, 4) the trust affect toward satisfaction by public through service value, 5) the image affect toward satisfaction by public, 6) the image affect toward satisfaction by public through service value, and 7) the service value affect toward satisfaction by public. The research approach using of quantitative. Sample of research as amount 385 respondents (Slovin formulation). The method of data analysis using of Structural Equation Model with AMOS program.
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Effects of Leadership, Competency, and Work Discipline on the Application of Total Quality Management and Employees Performance for the Accreditation Status Achievement of Government Hospitals in Jakarta, Indonesia
Catherine Roeleejanto, Nurdin Brasit, Otto R. Payangan, Cepi Pahlevi

Abstract: This study aims to discuss and analyze the effects of the leadership, competency, work discipline on the application of Total Quality Management (TQM) and employees’ performance for the accreditation status achievement of the Government owned hospital in Jakarta, Indonesia. The method used to collect the data is by using questionnaires given to 240 employees of the government owned hospitals in Jakarta as sample respondents. The data was then analyzed using Structural Equation Model (SEM). The results showed that the competency and work discipline of the employees have significant effects on the application of TQM. Also, it was found that the leadership, competency and work discipline have significant effects on the employees’ performance. The application of TQM has significant effect on the performance of the employees, while leadership has no significant effect on TQM. Therefore, it is a must for the hospitals under this study to give serious attention at least to the important of competency and discipline of employees toward the application of TQM and the employees’ performance. Whilst the leadership plays significant role in affecting the employees’ performance of the government owned hospitals under survey.
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Managerial Ability and Monitoring Structure as a Mechanism for Improving the Quality of Earnings and the Value of the Firms Listed In Indonesia Stock Exchange
Suwandi Ng, Cepi Pahlevi, Harryanto and Abdul Hamid Habbe

Abstract: The objective of this research is to examine the role of managerial ability and monitoring structures as a mechanism to improve the earnings quality and the value of the firms listed in Indonesia’s Stock Exchange locally called Bursa Efek Indonesia (BEI). The sample used in this study was particularly all non-financial companies listed in Indonesia’s Stock Exchange. The sample was selected by purposive random sampling method. The number of sample collected was 178 companies. By using path analysis method, the results show that the managerial ability has positive and significant effect on the earnings quality and the value of the firm. Secondly, foreign ownership has no effect on the earnings quality, but it has a negative and significant effect on the value of the firm. Thirdly, the independent audit committee has a negative and significant effect on the earnings quality, but it has no effect on the value of the firm. Fourthly, the audit quality has a positive and significant effect on the earnings quality and the value of the firm. Fithly, the earnings quality has no effect on the value of the firm. In addition, by using Sobel test, it was found that there was no mediating effects from the earnings quality in mediating the managerial ability and monitoring structures.
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The Causal Relationship between Anopheles Mosquito Population and Climatic Factors in Makurdi- Nigeria: An Empirical Analysis
Kuhe, David Adugh and Jenkwe, Elizabeth D

Abstract: This paper investigates the causal relationship between Anopheles Gambiae and Anopheles Funestus species of mosquito population and weather parameters such as mean temperature, mean rainfall and mean relative humidity in Makurdi, the metropolitan city of Benue State in Nigeria. The study uses monthly data obtain for the period February, 2014 to July, 2015 on the study variables. Simple correlation and linear regression analyses are employed to determine the degree and direction as well as the effect and short run relationship among the study variables. Johansen co-integration test is employed to investigate the long-run dynamics while Granger causality analysis is then applied to examine the causal relationship between Anopheles mosquitoes’ population and weather parameters. The correlation result shows that Anopheles gambiae and Anopheles funestus have strong negative and significant relationship with mean temperature. Whereas a positive and significant correlation exists between Anopheles gambiae and Anopheles funestus with mean rainfall and mean relative humidity. The regression result reveals that mean monthly temperature is negatively and statistically significantly related with Anopheles mosquito population in the study area. While mean rainfall and mean relative humidity are positively and statistically significantly related with Anopheles mosquito population. Johansen cointegration test results show the existence of long-run relationship among the variables under study. The Granger causality analysis result indicates that Anopheles mosquito species population is Granger caused by mean rainfall, mean temperature and mean relative humidity and that mean rainfall Granger causes mean temperature and mean relative humidity which favoured the increasing number of Anopheles mosquito population in the study area. The study recommends strong preventive and control measures against malaria in the study area.
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