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JournalISSN: 2469-6501

International journal of business and applied social science 

The Center for Promoting Education and Research (CPER)
About: International journal of business and applied social science is an academic journal published by The Center for Promoting Education and Research (CPER). The journal publishes majorly in the area(s): Business & Psychology. It has an ISSN identifier of 2469-6501. Over the lifetime, 82 publications have been published receiving 4 citations. The journal is also known as: IJBASS.

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TL;DR: The authors presented a case of using English as a Foreign Language via publishing untruth information of some Vietnam Newspapers (Thanhnien. Vn and Tuoitre.Vn) from Korean and China Laws Approach.
Abstract: More And More Educators and Teachers in Colleges and Universities Consider Using Case Study Methods with Using English to Teach Students in Advanced Programs with Social Sciences, Law, Or Journalism Majors. Therefore, To Improve Teaching Quality, The Authors Will Present a Case of Using English as A Foreign Language Via a Case of Publishing Untruth Information of Some Vietnam Newspapers (Thanhnien. Vn and Tuoitre. Vn - Online Magazines in Vietnam) From Korean and China Laws Approach.There Are Ideas to Solve This Issue Even Using Criminal Act Law as They Will Cause Bad Effects Including Disinformation, Disorder, And Misleading Community and Society. As Usual, We Will Teach Students About the Approaches of President Ho Chi Minh On Publishing Activities.

2 citations

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TL;DR: In this article , the authors evaluate the idea of corporate values and present a set of criteria that functional corporate values should meet and show how corporate values contribute to the identity of a company and signal its identity to society.
Abstract: Many corporations define values and publish them in their yearly reports or on their websites. Managers see the benefit of having corporate values. This article critically evaluates the idea of corporate values and presents a set of criteria that functional corporate values should meet. We will show how corporate values contribute to the identity of a company and signal its identity to society, thus providing a base for its “license to operate”. This concept of corporate values was assessed empirically with the self-stated values of 50 Swiss companies. We show that many companies have an insufficient concept of corporate values and, if stated at all, they are in many cases dysfunctional. It can be concluded that there is a knowing-doing gap but also a pronounced lack of knowledge regarding corporate values. More research is recommended to address the perception of the function of values from a managerial point of view.

1 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper , the effect of competence, internal control, and organizational commitment on the performance of follow-up of the Ministry of Cooperatives and Small and Medium Enterprises, either directly or indirectly, was analyzed.
Abstract: The low performance of government agencies in following up audit results of Badan Pemeriksa Keuangan RI (BPK-RI) reflects their quality in realizing good governance. This study aims to analyze the effect of competence, internal control, and organizational commitment on the performance of follow-up of the Ministry of Cooperatives and Small and Medium Enterprises, either directly or indirectly. Data were collected through questionnaires and hypothesis testing was carried out using path analysis and Sobel test. The results showed that: (1) competence and internal control simultaneously had a positive and significant effect on organizational commitment; (2) competence partially had a positive and insignificant effect on organizational commitment; (3) internal control partially had a positive and significant effect on organizational commitment; (4) competence, internal control, and organizational commitment simultaneously had a positive and significant effect on follow-up performance; (5) competence partially had a positive and significant effect on follow-up performance; (6) internal control partially had a positive and significant effect on follow-up performance; (7) organizational commitment partially had a positive and significant effect on follow-up performance; (8) organizational commitment did not mediate the relationship between competence and follow-up performance, and (9) organizational commitment partially mediated the relationship between internal control and follow-up performance.

1 citations

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TL;DR: In this article , the effect of the capital adequacy ratio and the ratio of Financing to Deposit Ratio against return on assets and return on equity in Islamic banks in Indonesia during the 2020 Covid-19 Pandemic Period.
Abstract: This study aims to analyze and explain the effect of the Capital Adequacy Ratio and Financing to Deposit Ratio Against Return on Assets and Return On Equity In Islamic Banks in Indonesia during the 2020 Covid-19 Pandemic Period. The research population is 12 Islamic commercial banks in Indonesia. A total of 11 Islamic commercial banks are the samples of this study. This study uses descriptive analysis techniques and linear regression to confirm the structural equation model and compare the paths between Return on Assets and Return On Equity. The quantitative approach was chosen to explain the effect of the research variables. We are collecting data using secondary data. The results of this study are the development of the Capital Adequacy Ratio and the ratio of Financing to Deposit Ratio will be followed by the development of the ratio of Return on Assets and the ratio of Return On Equity At Islamic Banks in Indonesia during the Covid-19 Pandemic Period.
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TL;DR: The authors investigated whether the current international framework provides any meaningful mechanisms to hold China accountable for COVID by placing a special focus on agreements relevant to public health emergencies of international concerns, and concluded that while China's reckless conduct and passivity effectively constitute a breach of international obligations, it is very unlikely that a successful claim can be pursued under the international framework.
Abstract: The unprecedented cost of COVID-19 (COVID) globally raised significant controversies over China’s handling of the pandemic and whether it should bear international legal responsibility for compensating countries harmed by the outbreak. Many commentators developed persuasive arguments for holding China accountable under international law through the International Court of Justice. The scale and dreadful consequences of COVID also prompted arguments for the application of various international agreements including ICESCR and the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court to establish China’s international liability for the pandemic. This article aims to investigate whether the current international framework provides any meaningful mechanisms to hold China accountable for COVID by placing a special focus on agreements relevant to public health emergencies of international concerns. It concludes that while China’s reckless conduct and passivity effectively constitute a breach of international obligations, it is very unlikely that a successful claim can be pursued under the international framework.
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No. of papers from the Journal in previous years
YearPapers
202330
202262