Septiyanti, Ratna (2019) The Enhanced Performance Strategy of Indonesian Small-Micro Entities. Yayasan Sinergi Riset dan Edukasi, Indonesia.

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ABSTRACT: The research is empirically examine how about the Indonesian small-micro entities (SMEs) used managerial strategy to enhanced the entitiy performance. Sample consists of 2,621 small and micro entities, which dispersed in 20 sub-districts located at Bandarlampung city in Republic of Indonesia. The result shows that strategy of individually-managed SMEs by the owner has negatively influencse on its performance. This empirically evident found consistent in Micro-Model, Small-Model, and Full-Model. The partnership strategy has positive effect on its performance for Micro- Model and Full-Model, but it has no significant effect in Small-Model. The financial strategy has positive effect on its performance for Micro-Model and Full-Model, but it has no significant effect in Small- Model. The empirically results have practical implications on designing managerial strategies of SMEs. SMEs managerial strategy should be designed in agency partnership form, not as individually- managed by the owner. The social implication is to helping SMEs survive in their business competition. The policy implication due to a better economic growth in Republic of Indonesia. The government should provide a supporting circumstance in lending regulation to make financial partnership growing well in the business of SMEs in Indonesia.

Item Type: Book
Subjects: H Social Sciences > HG Finance
Depositing User: RATNA SEPTIYANTI
Date Deposited: 14 Nov 2019 11:22
Last Modified: 14 Nov 2019 11:22
URI: http://repository.lppm.unila.ac.id/id/eprint/16126

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