Volume 10 Number Oct October 2020

PAPERS:

1. Djoko Roespinoedji, Obsatar Sinaga, Shahzadah Fahed Qureshi, Jahanzaib Haider. ACHIEVING SUSTAINABILITY IS A TEAM GAME: BRINGING COLLABORATION-ORIENTED HR SYSTEM AND KNOWLEDGE SHARING IN PLAY

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Roespinoedji, D.; Sinaga, O.; Qureshi, S. F.; Haider, J. 2020. Achieving sustainability is a team game: bringing collaboration-oriented HR system and knowledge sharing in play, Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues 10(Oct): 10-25. https://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2020.10.Oct(1)

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2. Obsatar Sinaga, Djoko Roespinoedji, Jahanzaib Haider, Shahzadah Fahed Qureshi. ARE PENSION OBLIGATIONS, PUBLIC OFFICE SALARIES AND INVESTMENT ON SOCIAL PROJECTS HURTING FISCAL SUSTAINABILITY? A PANEL DATA ANALYSIS OF ASEAN COUNTRIES

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Sinaga, O.; Roespinoedji, D.; Haider, J.; Qureshi, S. F. 2020. Are pension obligations, public office salaries and investment on social projects hurting fiscal sustainability? A panel data analysis of ASEAN countries, Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues 10(Oct): 26-38. https://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2020.10.Oct(2)

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3. Yuris Danilwan, Dewi Budhiartini Yuli Isnaini, Ikbar Pratama, Dirhamsyah Dirhamsyah. INDUCING ORGANIZATIONAL CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOR THROUGH GREEN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT BUNDLE: DRAWING IMPLICATIONS FOR ENVIRONMENTALLY SUSTAINABLE PERFORMANCE. A CASE STUDY

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Danilwan, Y.; Isnaini, D. B.; Pratama, I.; Dirhamsyah, D. 2020. Inducing organizational citizenship behavior through green human resource management bundle: drawing implications for environmentally sustainable performance. A case study, Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues 10(Oct): 39-52. https://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2020.10.Oct(3)

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4. Sri Juniati, Roeshartono Roespinoedji, Rashidah Kamarulzaman. WORKING TO REDUCE CO2 EMISSION IN ASEAN COUNTRIES: CAN ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY, TECHNOLOGICAL INVESTMENT AND RENEWABLE ENERGY ACT AS DETERMINANTS?

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Juniati, S.; Roespinoedji, R.; Kamarulzaman, R. 2020. Working to reduce CO2 emission in ASEAN countries: Can environmental sustainability, technological investment and renewable energy act as determinants?, Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues 10(Oct): 53-65. https://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2020.10.Oct(4)

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5. Suharno Pawirosumarto, Mohd Haizam Mohd Saudi, Aimi Zulhazmi Abdul Rashid. IMPROVING EMPLOYEES' PERFORMANCE THROUGH SUSTAINABLE HRM PRACTICES: A TRIPLE MEDIATION MODEL

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Pawirosumarto, S.; Saudi, M. H.; Rashid, A. Z. 2020. Improving employees' performance through sustainable HRM practices: a triple mediation model, Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues 10(Oct): 66-80. https://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2020.10.Oct(5)

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6. Muhadam Labolo, Heru Rochmansjah. DO TRADE, FDI AND GLOBALIZATION HURT ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY IN ASEAN NATIONAL GOVERNANCE, INDUSTRIALISATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY IN A GLOBALIZED BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT: A PANEL DATA ANALYSIS OF TRADE-OFF

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Labolo, M.; Rochmansjah, H. 2020. Do trade, FDI and globalization hurt environmental sustainability in ASEAN national governance, industrialisation and environmental sustainability in a globalized business environment: a panel data analysis of trade-off, Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues 10(Oct): 81-92. https://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2020.10.Oct(6)

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7. Emilda Sulasmi, Agussani Agussani, Hasrudy Tanjung. BRIDGING THE WAY TOWARDS SUSTAINABILITY PERFORMANCE THROUGH SAFETY, EMPOWERMENT AND LEARNING: USING SUSTAINABLE LEADERSHIP AS DRIVING FORCE

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Sulasmi, E.; Agussani, A.; Tanjung, H. 2020. Bridging the way towards sustainability performance through safety, empowerment and learning: using sustainable leadership as driving force, Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues 10(Oct): 93-107. https://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2020.10.Oct(7)

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8. Agussani Agussani, A. Akrim. ENHANCING SOCIAL PERFORMANCE OF NGOS OPERATION IN INDONESIA THROUGH EXTERNAL POSITIVE PRESSURE: MEDIATING ROLE OF ORIENTATION DIMENSIONS AND SUSTAINABLE PRACTICES

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Agussani, A.; Akrim, A. 2020. Enhancing social performance of NGOs operation in Indonesia through external positive pressure: mediating role of orientation dimensions and sustainable practices, Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues 10(Oct): 108-122. https://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2020.10.Oct(8)

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9. Rahayu Puji Suci, Teddy Chandra, Ilham Thaief. ACHIEVING DIFFERENT DIMENSIONS OF PERFORMANCE THROUGH SUSTAINABLE ENTREPRENEURIAL ORIENTATION: MEDIATING ROLE OF CUSTOMER FUNCTIONAL VALUE CREATION

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Suci, R. P.; Chandra, T.; Thaief, I. 2020. Achieving different dimensions of performance through sustainable entrepreneurial orientation: mediating role of customer functional value creation, Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues 10(Oct): 123-138. https://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2020.10.Oct(9)

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10. Dadang Hartanto, R. Radiman, Abrar Adhani. IS PATTERN OF GOVERNMENT SPENDING RELATED WITH ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY IN ASEAN COUNTRIES? ROLE OF DEBT SERVICING, DEVELOPMENT EXPENDITURE AND SOCIAL INVESTMENT

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Hartanto, D.; Radiman, R.; Adhani, A. 2020. Is pattern of government spending related with environmental sustainability in ASEAN countries? Role of debt servicing, development expenditure and social investment, Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues 10(Oct): 139-150. https://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2020.10.Oct(10)

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11. Ellyn Normelani, Norma Yuni Kartika, Ahmad Alim Bachri. SEEING TOURISM INVESTMENT, TOURISM GROWTH AND IMMIGRATION FROM HARM AND BENEFIT PERSPECTIVE: IMPLICATIONS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY IN ASEAN COUNTRIES

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Normelani, E.; Kartika, N. Y.; Bachri, A. A. 2020. Seeing tourism investment, tourism growth and immigration from harm and benefit perspective: implications for environmental sustainability in ASEAN countries, Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues 10(Oct): 151-162. https://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2020.10.Oct(11)

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12. Satria Bangsawan, Muhammad Haseeb, Mahrinasari MS. A PRODUCT OF SOCIAL MISSION, SUSTAINABLE ENTREPRENEURIAL AND MARKETING ORIENTATION: ENHANCING SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURIAL SELF-EFFICACY IN INDONESIAN EDUCATION SECTOR

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Bangsawan, S.; Haseeb, M.; MS, M. 2020. A product of social mission, sustainable entrepreneurial and marketing orientation: enhancing social entrepreneurial self-efficacy in Indonesian education sector, Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues 10(Oct): 163-178. https://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2020.10.Oct(12)

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13. Hairudinor Hairudinor, Abdul Halim Barkatullah. IMPLICATIONS OF ENVIROPRENEURIAL ORIENTATION FOR GARMENTS BRANDS IN INDONESIA: CAN SUITABILITY BE ACHIEVED THROUGH GREEN MARKETING, ECO-LABELING AND GREEN WASHING STRATEGIES?

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Hairudinor, H.; Barkatullah, A. H. 2020. Implications of enviropreneurial orientation for garments brands in Indonesia: can suitability be achieved through green marketing, eco-labeling and green washing strategies?, Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues 10(Oct): 179-193. https://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2020.10.Oct(13)

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14. Achmad Faqih, Mukarto Siswoyo. REGRESSING CLIMATE CHANGE, AGRICULTURAL GROWTH AND FOOD PRODUCTION ON ECONOMIC SUSTAINABILITY: GATHERING AND ANALYZING DATA FOR ASEAN COUNTRIES

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Faqih, A.; Siswoyo, M. 2020. Regressing climate change, agricultural growth and food production on economic sustainability: gathering and analyzing data for ASEAN countries, Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues 10(Oct): 194-205. https://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2020.10.Oct(14)

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15. Zuhaina Zakaria, Faizah Eliza Abdul Talib, Aulia Fuad Rahman, Aziatul Waznah Ghazali, Zalina Zainudin. IS IT RIGHT TO SEE POLLUTION AS AN INEVITABLE BYPRODUCT OF SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC GROWTH? ANALYZING IMPACT OF WATER, PLASTIC AND AIR POLLUTION FOR ASEAN COUNTRIES

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Zakaria, Z.; Talib, F. E.; Rahman, A. F.; Ghazali, A. W.; Zainudin, Z. 2020. Is it right to see pollution as an inevitable byproduct of sustainable economic growth? Analyzing impact of water, plastic and air pollution for ASEAN countries, Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues 10(Oct): 206-217. https://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2020.10.Oct(15)

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16. Abdul Rivai. SEEKING FOR SUSTAINABLE ELECTRONIC BRANDS' PERFORMANCE: ROLE OF PERCEIVED GREENWASHING AND PERCEPTION DIMENSIONS

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Rivai, A. 2020. Seeking for sustainable electronic brands' performance: role of perceived greenwashing and perception dimensions, Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues 10(Oct): 218-229. https://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2020.10.Oct(16)

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17. Siti Khumayah, Mukarto Siswoyo. GROSS ROOT LEVEL HURDLES FOR ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY IN ASEAN COUNTRIES: ANALYZING POVERTY, FERTILITY RATE AND LITERACY RATE THROUGH PANEL

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Khumayah, S.; Siswoyo, M. 2020. Gross root level hurdles for environmental sustainability in ASEAN countries: analyzing poverty, fertility rate and literacy rate through panel, Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues 10(Oct): 230-241. https://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2020.10.Oct(17)

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18. Ahmad Yunani, Juhriyansyah Dalle, Miar Miar, Sri Maulida. CAN LIFE QUALITY DIMENSIONS ALTER ECOLOGICAL FOOTPRINT FOR SUSTAINABILITY OF ASEAN COUNTRIES? ROLE OF PER CAPITA INCOME, HAPPINESS AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

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Yunani, A.; Dalle, J.; Miar, M.; Maulida, S. 2020. Can life quality dimensions alter ecological footprint for sustainability of ASEAN countries? Role of per capita income, happiness and human development, Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues 10(Oct): 242-252. https://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2020.10.Oct(18)

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19. Ichsan Anwary, Yahya Ahmad Zein. TESTING ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS, GREEN INNOVATION AND SOCIAL DISTRIBUTION AS DETERMINANTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY: A CASE OF ASEAN REGION

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Anwary, I.; Zein, Y. A. 2020. Testing environmental regulations, green innovation and social distribution as determinants of environmental sustainability: a case of ASEAN region, Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues 10(Oct): 253-265. https://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2020.10.Oct(19)

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20. Mukarto Siswoyo, Nasir Asman. POPULATION DYNAMICS AND ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY: A CASE OF ASEAN COUNTRIES BY USING PANEL DATA ANALYSIS

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Siswoyo, M.; Asman, N. 2020. Population dynamics and environmental sustainability: a case of ASEAN countries by using panel data analysis, Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues 10(Oct): 266-278. https://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2020.10.Oct(20)

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21. Roeshartono Roespinoedji, Sri Juniati, Azlan Ali. MACROECONOMIC INDICATORS AND CO2 EMISSION: ARE ASEAN COUNTRIES DOING A WRONG TRADE-OFF?

Reference to this paper should be made as follows:
Roespinoedji, R.; Juniati, S.; Ali, A. 2020. Macroeconomic indicators and CO2 emission: are ASEAN countries doing a wrong trade-off?, Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues 10(Oct): 279-. https://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2020.10.Oct(21)

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22. Meqbel Mishary Aliedan. OVERALL BUSINESS CLIMATE AND ITS IMPACT ON ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY: ANALYZING EVIDENCE FROM ASEAN COUNTRIES

Reference to this paper should be made as follows:
Aliedan, M. M. 2020. Overall business climate and its impact on environmental sustainability: analyzing evidence from ASEAN countries, Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues 10(Oct): 291-302. https://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2020.10.Oct(22)

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23. Santi Susanti, Andhyka Tyaz Nugraha, Sunarti Sunarti, Yusro Hakimah. FINANCIAL SECTOR DEVELOPMENT OF ASEAN COUNTRIES AND ITS IMPACT ON CO2 EMISSION: A PANEL DATA ANALYSIS OF VARIOUS BANKING ASPECTS

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Susanti, S.; Nugraha, A. T.; Sunarti, S.; Hakimah, Y. 2020. Financial sector development of ASEAN countries and its impact on CO2 emission: a panel data analysis of various banking aspects, Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues 10(Oct): 303-313. https://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2020.10.Oct(23)

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24. Ribut Priadi, Rudianto Rudianto. ENHANCING SUSTAINABLE ECOLOGICAL FOOTPRINTS THROUGH CLIMATE FUNDS, GREEN TECHNOLOGY INVESTMENTS AND RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT EXPENDITURE: A PANEL DATA ANALYSIS OF ASEAN COUNTRIES

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Priadi, R.; Rudianto, R. 2020. Enhancing sustainable ecological footprints through climate funds, green technology investments and research and development expenditure: a panel data analysis of ASEAN countries, Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues 10(Oct): 314-325. https://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2020.10.Oct(24)

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25. Masyhuri Hamidi, Marlina Widiyanti, Isfenti Sadalia. LOOKING TOWARDS THE BIGGER PICTURE FOR ECONOMIC SUSTAINABILITY OF ASEAN COUNTRIES: ROLE OF CONSUMPTION, INVESTMENT AND DEBT GROWTH

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Hamidi, M.; Widiyanti, M.; Sadalia, I. 2020. Looking towards the bigger picture for economic sustainability of ASEAN countries: role of consumption, investment and debt growth, Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues 10(Oct): 326-336. https://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2020.10.Oct(25)

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26. Thanaporn Sriyakul, Kittisak Jermsittiparsert. ROLE OF E-GOVERNMENT AND OPEN DATA TO ENHANCE TRANSPARENCY IN ASEAN REGION: A PANEL DATA ANALYSIS

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Sriyakul, T.; Jermsittiparsert, K. 2020. Role of e-government and open data to enhance transparency in ASEAN region: a panel data analysis, Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues 10(Oct): 337-347. https://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2020.10.Oct(26)

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27. D. Agus Harjito, Zulkifli Mohamed, Norhayati Mohamed, Zalina Zainudin. BRINGING VARIOUS DIMENSIONS OF CREDIT OF ASEAN COUNTRIES FOR SCRUTINY: IMPLICATIONS ON SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC GROWTH

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Harjito, D. A.; Mohamed, Z.; Mohamed, N.; Zainudin, Z. 2020. Bringing various dimensions of credit of ASEAN countries for scrutiny: implications on sustainable economic growth, Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues 10(Oct): 338-348. https://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2020.10.Oct(27)

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28. Marlina Widiyanti, Isfenti Sadalia, Andhyka Tyaz Nugraha. INTEGRATING FISCAL MATTERS WITH ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY IN ASEAN COUNTRIES: ROLE OF FISCAL DEFICIT, INTEREST RATE AND STOCK EXCHANGE INDEX

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Widiyanti, M.; Sadalia, I.; Nugraha, A. T. 2020. Integrating fiscal matters with environmental sustainability in ASEAN countries: role of fiscal deficit, interest rate and stock exchange index, Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues 10(Oct): 349-359. https://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2020.10.Oct(28)

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29. Soheil Kazemian, Ahmed Abdullah Saad Al-Dhubaibi, Norlaila Md Zin, Zuraidah Mohd Sanusi, Zalina Zainudin. PRO-HUMAN ECONOMIC INDICATORS AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP WITH ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY IN ASEAN COUNTRIES: ANALYZING HUMAN CAPITAL INVESTMENT, BRAIN DRAIN AND IMMIGRATION THROUGH PANEL DATA

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Kazemian, S.; Al-Dhubaibi, A. A.; Zin, N. M.; Sanusi, Z. M.; Zainudin, Z. 2020. Pro-human economic indicators and their relationship with environmental sustainability in ASEAN countries: analyzing human capital investment, brain drain and immigration through panel data, Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues 10(Oct): 360-371. https://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2020.10.Oct(29)

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30. Hasrudy Tanjung, R. Radiman. DOES INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO MATTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY IN ASEAN COUNTRIES? REGRESSING OUTWARDS FDI, INWARDS FDI, INWARDS AID AND OUTWARDS AID THROUGH PANEL DATA

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Tanjung, H.; Radiman, R. 2020. Does investment portfolio matter for environmental sustainability in ASEAN countries? Regressing outwards FDI, inwards FDI, inwards aid and outwards aid through panel data, Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues 10(Oct): 372-381. https://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2020.10.Oct(30)

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31. Dedi Mulyasana, E. Mulyasa, Pandji Santosa, Tati Sarihati. THE EFFECT OF ORGANIZATION CHARACTERISTICS ON OPTIMAL LEADERSHIP DECISION

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Mulyasana, D.; Mulyasa, E.; Santosa, P.; Sarihati, T. 2020. The effect of organization characteristics on optimal leadership decision, Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues 10(Oct): 382-398. https://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2020.10.Oct(31)

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32. Thanaporn Sriyakul, Kittisak Jermsittiparsert. DEFENSE EXPENDITURE, INTERNAL THREATS, POLITICAL INSTABILITY AND ECONOMIC GROWTH: A CASE OF AN ASEAN COUNTRY

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Sriyakul, T.; Jermsittiparsert, K. 2020. Defense expenditure, internal threats, political instability and economic growth: a case of an ASEAN country, Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues 10(Oct): 399-413. https://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2020.10.Oct(32)

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33. Kittisak Jermsittiparsert. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND CIRCULAR ECONOMY: FUNCTIONAL VS. ECONOMIC WELLBEING IN ASEAN

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Jermsittiparsert, K. 2020. Sustainable development and circular economy: functional vs. economic wellbeing in ASEAN, Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues 10(Oct): 414-425. https://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2020.10.Oct(33)

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34. Meda Andini, Alfa Rahmiati. TAX AND COMPLIANCE OF INDIVIDUAL TAXPAYER

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Andini, M.; Rahmiati, A. 2020. Tax and compliance of individual taxpayer, Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues 10(Oct): 426-437. https://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2020.10.Oct(34)

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35. Astrid Mutiasari, Amalia Rizki. THE EFFECT OF INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL, RATE OF GROWTH OF CAPITAL (ROGIC) ON FINANCIAL PERFORANCE WITH THE PROPORTION OF INDEPENDENT COMMISSIONERS AS MODERATED VARIABLES

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Mutiasari, A.; Rizki, A. 2020. The effect of intellectual capital, rate of growth of capital (ROGIC) on financial perforance with the proportion of independent commissioners as moderated variables, Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues 10(Oct): 438-448. https://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2020.10.Oct(35)

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36. Firda Laili Rachmawati, Isnalita Isnalita. MODERATION ROLE OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FAMILY OWNERSHIP AND FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

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Rachmawati, F. L.; Isnalita, I. 2020. Moderation role of research and development in relationship between family ownership and financial performance, Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues 10(Oct): 449-459. https://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2020.10.Oct(36)

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37. Samuel Tobing, Achmad Jayadi. DECENTRALIZATION AND TAX HOLIDAY AS STRATEGIES TO BOOST FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT OF INDONESIA

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Tobing, S.; Jayadi, A. 2020. Decentralization and tax holiday as strategies to boost foreign direct investment of Indonesia, Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues 10(Oct): 460-471. https://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2020.10.Oct(37)

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38. Salsabila Fajrun Nuroniyah, Basuki Basuki. INDEPENDENT COMMISSIONER ROLE IN EARNING MANAGEMENT AND INVESTMENT EFFICIENCY RELATIONSHIP

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Nuroniyah, S. F.; Basuki, B. 2020. Independent commissioner role in earning management and investment efficiency relationship, Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues 10(Oct): 472-483. https://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2020.10.Oct(38)

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39. Sieny Gracelia, Heru Tjaraka. MANAGERIAL OWNERSHIP MODERATES THE EFFECT OF EXECUTIVE RISK PREFERENCE AND GENDER DIVERSITY ON TAX AVOIDANCE

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Gracelia, S.; Tjaraka, H. 2020. Managerial ownership moderates the effect of executive risk preference and gender diversity on tax avoidance, Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues 10(Oct): 484-495. https://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2020.10.Oct(39)

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