Consumer Complicity With Counterfeit Products In Indonesia

Actual Problems of Economics. №1(175) 2016

Consumer Complicity With Counterfeit Products In Indonesia

Osa Omar Sharif, Amelia Fitria Asanah, Dini Turipanam Alamanda


The objective of this research was to find out the influences of collectivism, hedonic shopping experience, ethical concern, and perceived quality on consumer complicity with counterfeit fashion products in Indonesia. The questionnaires were distributed online to 400 respondents which came from various provinces in Indonesia. The analysis of the results leads us to the conclusion about a positive influence of collectivism and perceived quality towards consumer complicity, ethical concern has a negative influence on consumer complicity, the influence of hedonic shopping experience on consumer complicity is found insignificant.

Keywords: collectivism; hedonic shopping; ethical concerns; perceived quality; counterfeit product;Indonesia.

The innovation cluster of ICT start-up companies in developing countries: case of Bandung, Indonesia

The innovation cluster of ICT start-up companies in developing countries: case of Bandung, Indonesia, Int. J. Learning and Intellectual Capital, Vol. 12, No. 1, 2015

Wawan Dhewanto, Donald C. Lantu, Sri Herliana and Grisna Anggadwita

Abstract: Innovation is one of critical success factors in determining industrial productivity and competitiveness. In order to foster its national innovation system, Indonesia, as a developing country, has set a goal to introduce innovations in all social and economic sectors for promoting industries in those sectors and then creating a knowledge-based economy. Among widely-recognised approaches to achieve such kind of goal, clustering is one that offers effectiveness and efficiency in promoting competitiveness and economic growth of a region, hence accelerates the economic growth at national level. Of many economic sectors in Indonesia, ICT is arguably a large and rapidly growing sector in the country. The sector is known as a technologically advanced one and is considered as a strategic driver of national as well as regional economic developments. This study aims to explore clusters of innovation in existing ICT start-up companies in Indonesia. Qualitative method is taken as the research method by conducting in-depth interviews with ICT entrepreneurs in Regional IT Center of Excellence (RICE) Bandung, Indonesia. The paper can be referred by further researches which may attempt to investigate innovation clusters in any kind of ICT-based industries.

Keywords: innovation; competitiveness; national innovation system; innovation cluster; knowledge-based economy; ICT sectors; Regional IT Center of Excellence; RICE

The influence of personal attitude and social perception on women entrepreneurial intentions in micro and small enterprises in Indonesia

The influence of personal attitude and social perception on women entrepreneurial intentions in micro and small enterprises in Indonesia , Int. J. Entrepreneurship and Small Business, Vol. 27, Nos. 2/3, 2016

Grisna Anggadwita and Wawan Dhewanto


Indonesia has a broad potential to encourage women entrepreneurship. This paper aims to analyse the role of personal attitude and social perceptions to explore women entrepreneurial intentions who are involved in MSEs. Psychological characteristics and individual competencies are posited as the basis of analysis. Respondents are 222 women entrepreneurs involved in MSEs in Indonesia. This study uses quantitative method with the analysis of structural equation modelling (SEM) to test the hypothesis. The results indicate that personal attitude as mediator of women entrepreneurial intentions are significantly influenced by psychological characteristics and individual competencies; while psychological characteristics are proved to have influence on individual competencies. The study also shows that social perception is not directly influencing the intention, yet significantly influencing personal attitude. Studies on the women entrepreneurs are still quite limited, so the study is expected to contribute to the existing literature on women entrepreneurship research.

Keywords: women entrepreneurship; women entrepreneurial intention; personal attitude; social perception; MSEs; structural equation modelling; SEM; psychological characteristics; individual competencies.

Women entrepreneurship in Islamic perspective: a driver for social change

Women entrepreneurship in Islamic perspective: a driver for social change, Int. J. Business and Globalisation, Vol. 15, No. 3, 2015

Grisna Anggadwita, Hendrati Dwi Mulyaningsih, Veland Ramadani, M. Yahya Arwiyah


Women have a considerably important role in promoting the country economic growth. In Islam, women are a privileged and honoured figure; many Islamic religious laws are devoted to women. Women in Indonesia are one of great powers, covering about half of 250 million populations. However, those women have not been properly supported to achieve its maximum potential due to poverty and low education levels. Hence, women entrepreneurship is unable to make changes in social values and economics. This study aims to provide an overview on the concept and dimensions of women entrepreneurial from the Islamic perspective, as either a social or a spiritual belief. The survey is conducted on 150 Moslem women entrepreneurs in Indonesia as a primary data source to investigate their problems and barriers, including their motivation to choose a career in entrepreneurship. This study provides a conceptual framework of women entrepreneurship from the Islamic perspective, particularly in Indonesia.

Keywords: economic growth; entrepreneur; Indonesia; Islamic laws; Islamic perspective; social change; women entrepreneurship

Grisna Anggadwita

Tri Djatmiko

TRI DJatmiko

Personal Information

Tri Djatmiko

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  1. Electrical Engineering, Telecommunication, Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB), Bandung, Indonesia, 1976-1981
  2. Magister Management, Sekolah Tinggi Manajemen Bandung (STMB), Bandung, Indonesia, 1997-1999 (Cum-laude)

Special Qualification on Home Country

  • Marketing in Turbulent Times. Executive Roundtable with Philip Kotler, Jakarta, Indonesia, 2009
  • SUSPIM 135-A, Telkom, Bandung, Indonesia, 2005/2006
  • SUSPIM 1, Telkom, Bandung, Indonesia, 1999
  • Cable Network Planning, LETMI-ITB, Bandung, Indonesia, 1982
  • Speaker of :
    1. Ceramah Studium Generale STMB TELKOM Bandung, “Telecommunication Industry : Profitability Growth Challenge In Developing and Developed-Markets, Indonesian Telecom Sector, golden years continue”, Bandung, 2006;
    2. Ceramah Studium Generale STT TELKOM Bandung, “Telekomunikasi yang Semakin Konvergen dan Menuju Komoditas”, Bandung, 2002;
    3. Seminar CRM Warta Ekonomi,”Customer Relationship Management in TELKOM Perspective”, Jakarta, 2001;
    4. Orasi ilmiah wisuda STT TELKOM Bandung, “Era Konvergensi Bisnis Information & Communication di Indonesia”, Bandung, 2001;
    5. Sosialisasi UU Telekomunikasi dan Otonomi Daerah, ”Telecommunication Business Tranformation (in the global trend and the era of globalization)”, Surabaya, 2000;
    6. Berbagai presentasi, paparan, ceramah, talk show dalam berbagai kegiatan Kursus Staff & Pimpinan / SUSPIM (I, II, III dan IV), sosialisasi di Divisi-divisi, kursus-kursus di STMB dan DIVLAT;
    7. Berbagai event di perusahaan-perusahaan diluar PT TELKOM seperti ASTRA Group, GRATIKA, Berca, Infomedia, AgiT, MINCOM dan lain-lain

Business Experience

  1. PERUMTEL, Kepala Seksi dan Kepala Urusan di PRANJAR/BINPROJAR (Perencanaan Jaringan Kabel), Jakarta, Indonesia, 1981-1989
  2. PERUMTEL, Kepala Urusan Perencanaan Pembangunan WITEL V Jawa Barat, Bandung, Indonesia, 1989-1990
  3. PERUMTEL, Manager Jaringan Kabel dan Transmisi Proyek Telekomunikasi/PROTEL III (bantuan BANK Dunia), Jakarta, Indonesia, 1990-1994
  4. TELKOM, Kepala Proyek SISKA (Sistim Informasi Kastemer), Bandung, Indonesia, 1994-1999
  5. PT GRATIKA/Graha Informatika Nusantara (anak perusahaan Dana Pensiun TELKOM/DPT), Anggota Dewan Komisaris, Jakarta, Indonesia, 1998-2004
  6. TELKOM, Kepala Bidang/Senior Manager Pengembangan Divisi Regional II JABODETABEK SEKAPUR, Jakarta, Indonesia, 1999-2000
  7. TELKOM, Vice President Perencanaan Perusahaan dan Teknologi, Direktorat Perencanaan & Teknologi Kantor Korporate, Bandung, Indonesia, 2000-2001
  8. TELKOM, Vice President Pelayanan, Direktorat Operasi & Pemasaran Kantor Corporate, Bandung, Indonesia, 2001-2002
  9. TELKOM, Kepala Divisi Pembangunan, Bandung, Indonesia, 2002-2003
  10. TELKOM, Kepala Pusat TELKOM Construction Center, Bandung, Indonesia, 2003-2004
  11. TELKOM, Kepala Divisi Regional IV JATENG & DIY, Semarang, Indonesia, 2004-2005
  12. Institut Manajemen Telkom (IMT), Anggota Dewan Senat, Bandung, Indonesia, 2004 – 2013
  13. TELKOM, Vice President Sales, Direktorat Konsumer Kantor Corporate, Bandung, Indonesia, 2005-2010
  14. PT Pramindo Ikat Nusantara (anak perusahaan TELKOM), Presiden Komisaris, Jakarta, Indonesia, 2007 – 2011
  15. TELKOM, Executive General Manager Divisi Consumer Service II Timur (meliputi JATENG/DIY, JATIM, Kalimantan & Kawasan Timur Indonesia), Surabaya, Indonesia, 2010-2011
  16. TELKOM, Executive General Manager Divisi Consumer Service I Barat (meliputi Sumatra, Jawa Barat & DKI Jakarta), Jakarta, Indonesia, 2011 – 2013
  17. PT Infomedia Nusantara (anak perusahaan TELKOM), Anggota Dewan Komisaris, Jakarta, Indonesia, 2011 – 2014
  18. Retired (pensiun) from TELKOM, 1 August 2013.
  19. Dosen/lecturer of TELKOM UNIVERSITY, 2013 – now
  20. Governing Board of Cahaya Bintang Mentari Foundation (in Education, 2013 – now