2 research outputs found

    Reducing Agency Problem Through Religious Values in Bhagavad Gita

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    This conceptual paper aims to provide a solution in reducing the agency problem through the implementation of religious values in Bhagavad Gita. The solution offered in this paper is cultivating religious values in the Bhagavad Gita, which includes: carrying out obligations by eliminating lust for the reward obtained, facing sorrow and joy with unanimous determination and eliminating ego. Implementation of these values will minimize the agency costs that may arise. Applying the religious values of the Bhagavad Gita can be a powerful step in reducing the agency problem. Furthermore, when one organization is able to implement it properly, it will become a role model for other organizations especially non-profit organizations. As far as the authors are concerned, there has been no published papers discussing how to reduce agency problem through religious values in Bhagavad Gita

    The Effect Of Accrual Reliability, Debt Level And Cash Flow Volatility On Earnings Persistence

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    This research is entitled “The Effect of Accrual Reliability, Debt Level and Cash Flow Volatility on Earnings Persistence”. The research question is “Is the persistence of earnings is affected by accrual reliability, debt levels and cash flow volatility? The research objective is to examine empirically the effect of accrual reliability, debt levels and cash flow volatility on the earnings persistence. Accrual reliability, level of debt and cash flow volatility are independent variables in this study while earnings persistence is the dependent variable. This study used secondary data in the form of annual financial statements of sample companies, namely basic industry and chemicals sector companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange for the period 2014-2018. The sample selection method used was purposive sampling method. In total, there were two 12 sample companies in this study. This study used multiple linear regression data analysis technique including classical assumption test, F-statistical test and hypothesis testing. The results showed the accrual reliability and cash flow volatility had no effect on earnings persistence, while the level of debt had a positive effect on earnings persistence, and therefore, the second hypothesis is acceptable