The JEP (Jurnal Ekonomi Perusahaan, printed ISSN: 0854-8153, online ISSN: 2830-1560) is published by the Business and Entrepreneurship Department, Kwik Kian Gie School of Business and Information Technology Jakarta. As an open-access journal, JEP publishes research articles, brief communication, review article, and case studies around business and economics topics: entrepreneurship, family business, marketing, consumer behavior, finance management, human resources management, business, strategic management, economics, and accounting practices and theories. We encourage the author to send their manuscripts that contain original ideas or contributions about the topics. Due to its steady transformation toward a highly reputable journal, since volume 28, issue 1 (March 2021), the JEP has changed from the Indonesian edition to the English edition, completed with international standards in the publication process. Every submitted manuscript must have passed Turnitin's plagiarism check with a maximum similarity index of 20%. The editors or authors can translate the final version of a manuscript written in Bahasa Indonesia into American English. Every published article should have passed through an internal proofreader and plagiarism checking as part of the journal's quest to be a highly reputable journal.
Vol. 29 No. 1 (2022): March 2022
This issue begins with the review article that discusses the predisposition to behave concept. The background of the writing of this article is the massive errors in the use of the concepts of decision, intention, willingness, expectation, and volition. The author details the appropriate research context for each concept. The second article is about the effect of good governance on company value by including audit quality as a moderating variable. Trust and image are discussed as the factors that influence preference in the third article. Its research context is three different online store formats, namely marketplace (Tokopedia), classified ads (OLX), and community-based store (Kaskus). The fourth article discusses the effect of work-life balance and job satisfaction on employee productivity. The research was conducted among employees of the special area of the capital city of Jakarta. The fifth article discusses the adoption of OVO financial technology using the concept of innovation adoption. We have tried to present these articles as best we can. Hopefully, they are useful for the readers.
Prof. Dr. Ir. Bilson Simamora, M.M.