Supriyanto

@unila.ac.id

Department of Business Administration, Faculty of Social and Political Science, University of Lampung Indomesia
University Of Lampung



                 

https://researchid.co/supriyanto

1. Nama Lengkap (dengan gelar) Supriyanto,S.A.B.,M.Si.
2. Jenis Kelamin Laki-Laki
3. Jurusan S1-Ilmu Administrasi Bisnis
4. NIP/NIK/Identitas lainnya 231704890919101
5. NIDN 0019098903
6. ID Scopus 57218901506
7. Orcid Scopus 0000-0003-4687-016X

8. ID Shinta 6667724

9.
Tempat dan Tanggal Lahir Teluk Betung, 19 September 1989

10. E-mail

supriyantojts9@


11. No Telepon/HP 08567676540/ 089518773421
12. Alamat Kantor Jalan Sumantri Brodjonegoro, Gedung B, Lantai 2, Ruang Jurusan Administrasi Bisnis, Gedung Meneng, Rajabasa, Bandar Lampung, Provinsi Lampung
13. No Telepon/faks 0721-704626
14. Lulusan yang Telah Dihasilkan D3 = 9 orang S-1= 26 orang
15. Mata Kuliah yang Diampu 1. Matematika Bisnis
2. Statistika Bisnis
3. Perpajakan S1
4. Operasi Bisnis
5. Akuntansi
6. Aplikasi Komputer
7. Komputer Sekretari
8. Administrasi Perpajakan

EDUCATION

S2 Ilmu Administrasi, Universitas Lampung

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Keuangan, Akuntansi, Statistika

FUTURE PROJECTS

Accurate Estimated Model of Volatility Crude Oil Price

Crude oil price (COP) data are time-series data that are assessed as having both volatility and heteroscedasticity variance. One of the best models that can be applied to address the heteroscedasticity problem is GARCH (generalized autoregressive conditional heteroscedasticity) model. The purpose of this study is to construct the best-fitted model to forecast daily COP as well as to discuss the prepared recommendation for reducing the impact of daily COP movement. Daily COP data are observed for the last decade, i.e., from 2009 to 2018. The finding with the error of less than 0.0001 is AR (1) – GARCH (1,1). The implementation of the model is applicable for both predicting the next 90 days for the COP and its anticipated impact in the future. Because of the increasing prediction, it is recommended that policymakers convert energy use to renewable energy to reduce the cost of oil use.


Applications Invited
https://www.econjournals.com/index.php/ijeep

Characteristics of banks as determinants of profit management for islamic and conventional banks in ASEAN

This study aims to analyze company characteristics as a determinant of conventional and Islamic bank earnings management in several ASEAN countries (Association of South East Asian Nations). The Multiple Discriminant Analysis was applied to determine the differences between Islamic and Conventional Banks. This test was conducted based on Capital Adequacy Ratio, Income Before Tax and Interest, Non-Performaning and Changing Loans, and Company's Size in the banks of Indonesia, Malaysia, and Brunei Darussalam from 2014-2018. The data obtained from 200 banking entities were analyzed discriminatively. The results showed that there were simultaneous differences between Capital Adequacy Ratio, Earnings Before Tax, Loan Loss Provision, Non-Performing and Changing Loans, and Company's Size as determinants of earnings management between Islamic and conventional banks. Also, it was found that Company's Size was the dominant variable determining the management differences. Based on Discriminant Analysis, there were significant differences in the determinants of conventional and Islamic earnings management. The Changing Loan variable showed the highest contribution in determining earnings management in Islamic banks. Overall, this study found that conventional banks dominated Islamic system in practicing earnings management.


Applications Invited

The Impact of COVID-19 on Foreign Investor Selling Transactions (Case Study at LQ45 Company for the 2019-2020 Period)

This study aims to determine the significant differences in the fair value, equilibrium price, and volatility of LQ45 stock returns before and after the first COVID-19 event. We applied the Multiple Discriminant Analysis test by taking data 75 days before and after the national announcement of the first COVID-19 event for the period 2019-2020. The results showed the significance value of the fair value and the balance price of 0.129> 0.05 and 0.814> 0.05 decreased compared to before the COVID-19 incident. Meanwhile, the value of the volatility of stock returns was 0.047 <0.05. after the announcement shows the value has increased.


Applications Invited
9

Scopus Publications

59

Scholar Citations

3

Scholar h-index

3

Scholar i10-index

Scopus Publications

  • The effect of macroeconomics and supply chain finance (SCF) on profitability: Evidence from manufacturing companies
    Supriyanto Supriyanto, Mohammad Benny Alexandri, Nenden Kostini, and Ratna Meisa Dai

    Growing Science
    This paper examines the effect of macroeconomics and supply chain finance (SCF) on the profitability of the manufacturing companies, specifically in Indonesia from 2017 to 2021. Furthermore, the study demonstrates the critical role of macroeconomics and SCF in profitability through the use of general moment method (GMM). The results indicate that cash conversion cycle (CCC) is detrimental to profitability (P), while macroeconomics has a positive impact on it. In addition, strong profitability is negatively and positively correlated with the leverage (LEV) and sustainable supply chain management (MRPB) control variables, respectively.

  • Creative City Start-up Business Acceleration in the Metaverse Era: Entrepreneurial Leadership and Innovation


  • Volatility Spillover between Stock Returns and Oil Prices during the Covid-19 Pandemic in ASEAN
    Mohammad Benny Alexandri and Supriyanto Supriyanto

    EconJournals
    This study points to increase global monetary integration as a result of rising volatility spillovers. As a result, analyzing volatility spillovers for international areas that expand and improve through the usage of inventory returns and oil prices is critical. The EGARCH model is used to explore the Volatility Spillovers of oil agencies in five ASEAN international areas during the Covid-19 Pandemic. To assess the interrelationships of the ASEAN stock index as well as the path of volatility, data were acquired from five global sites with very large volatility spillovers, namely Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam. The findings show that this search is critical for ASEAN traders as well as Filipinos. Furthermore, because accurate forecasting of volatility spillover in global equity markets is required to reduce portfolio risk, this search has a substantial and viable significance.

  • Impact of oil prices and stock returns: Evidence of oil and gas mining companies in indonesia during the covid-19 period
    Supriyanto Supriyanto, Suripto Suripto, Arif Sugiono, and Putri Irmala Sari

    EconJournals
    This study points to analyze the determinants of stock return revelation in oil and gas mining division companies recorded on the Indonesia Stock Trade-in 2019-2021 amid the Covid-19 emergency. The think about utilized the Eviews Program as information preparing and the irregular impact relapse show was chosen to look at the relationship between outside and inside markers as autonomous factors counting Current Ratio, debt to equity ratio, total asset turnover, return on assets, oil price, an exchange rate, institutional ownership. The comes about appeared that the current proportion, obligation to value ratio and add up to resource turnover did not influence stock returns. Return on resources, exchange rates, and institutional ownership have a negative and significant impact on stock returns, while oil prices have a positive and widespread effect on stock returns. © 2021, Econjournals. All rights reserved.

  • The influence of oil price volatility and price limit in Indonesia energy sub-sector for the period before and after COVID-19
    Mohammad Benny Alexandri and Supriyanto Supriyanto

    EconJournals
    This study aims to analyze the determinants of the influence of oil price volatility and price limits on Energy sub-sector companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange in 2018-2021 before and after Covid-19. This study uses the Eviews 10 program as information preparation and the results of irregular influence are selected to see the relationship between the dependent and independent variables which calculates oil price volatility (WTI), price limit (PL), return on assets (ROA), earnings per share (EPS) , and exchange rate (FOREX). The result is that the current proportion, the ratio of Return on Resources (ROA), and Trade Rate (FOREX) do not affect stock returns. Price limit (PL), Earning Per Share (EPS), and World Oil Cost (WTI) affect the return of shares of energy sub-sector companies, namely oil and coal which are listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange in 2018-2021 period before and after Covid-19.

  • Impact of oil prices and stock returns: Evidence of oil and gas mining companies in indonesia during the COVID-19 period
    Supriyanto Supriyanto, Mohammad Benny Alexandri, Nenden Kostini, and Ratna Meisa Dai

    EconJournals


  • Characteristics of banks as determinants of profit management for islamic and conventional banks in asean
    Suripto Suripto and Supriyanto Supriyanto

    Growing Science
    This study aims to analyze company characteristics as a determinant of conventional and Islamic bank earnings management in several ASEAN countries (Association of South East Asian Nations). The Multiple Discriminant Analysis was applied to determine the differences between Islamic and Conventional Banks. This test was conducted based on Capital Adequacy Ratio, Income Before Tax and Interest, Non-Performing and Changing Loans, and Company's Size in the banks of Indonesia, Malaysia, and Brunei Darussalam from 2014 to 2018. The data obtained from 200 banking entities were analyzed discriminatively. The results showed that there were simultaneous differences between Capital Adequacy Ratio, Earnings Before Tax, Loan Loss Provision, Non-Performing and Changing Loans, and Company's Size as determinants of earnings management between Islamic and conventional banks. Also, it was found that Company's Size was the dominant variable determining the management differences. Based on Discriminant Analysis, there were significant differences in the determinants of conventional and Islamic earnings management. The Changing Loan variable showed the highest contribution in determining earnings management in Islamic banks. Overall, this study found that conventional banks dominated Islamic system in practicing earnings management.

  • Accurate estimated model of volatility crude oil price
    Toto Gunarto, Rialdi Azhar, Novita Tresiana, Supriyanto Supriyanto, and Ayi Ahadiat

    EconJournals
    Crude oil price (COP) data are time-series data that are assessed as having both volatility and heteroscedasticity variance. One of the best models that can be applied to address the heteroscedasticity problem is GARCH (generalized autoregressive conditional heteroscedasticity) model. The purpose of this study is to construct the best-fitted model to forecast daily COP as well as to discuss the prepared recommendation for reducing the impact of daily COP movement. Daily COP data are observed for the last decade, i.e., from 2009 to 2018. The finding with the error of less than 0.0001 is AR (1) – GARCH (1,1). The implementation of the model is applicable for both predicting the next 90 days for the COP and its anticipated impact in the future. Because of the increasing prediction, it is recommended that policymakers convert energy use to renewable energy to reduce the cost of oil use.

RECENT SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • The effect of macroeconomics and supply chain finance (SCF) on profitability: Evidence from manufacturing companies
    S Supriyanto, M Alexandri, N Kostini, R Dai
    Uncertain Supply Chain Management 11 (1), 331-338 2023

  • Pelatihan Kompetensi Mengetik Cepat dengan Penerapan Typing Master di SMK Negeri 9 Bandar Lampung
    S Suripto, E Maryani, PI Sari, S Supriyanto
    Dharma: Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat 3 (2), 1-10 2022

  • The Effect of Investment Risk, Macroeconomics on Stock Prices in IPO Companies during the COVID-19 Pandemic
    S Supriyanto, MB Alexandri, NJA Novel
    Reference to this paper should be referred to as follows: Supriyanto, 17-29 2022

  • Jurnal Ilmiah Internasional Determinant of Oil Princes and Stock Returns: Evidence of Oil and Gas Mining Companies in Indonesia during the COVID-19 Period
    S Suripto, S Supriyanto, PIS Putri Irmala Sari
    International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy 11 (4) 2021

  • PELATIHAN PENULISAN SURAT MENYURAT ELEKTRONIK ERA 4.0 DIKALANGAN SISWA-SISWI SMKN 9 KOTA BANDAR LAMPUNG
    S Supriyanto, S Suripto, PN Sari
    Jurnal Pengabdian Dharma Wacana 1 (4), 137-143 2021

  • Characteristics of banks as determinants of profit management for Islamic and conventional banks in ASEAN
    S Suripto, S Supriyanto
    Growing Science 7 (5), 1179-1188 2021

  • The effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on stock prices with the event window approach: A case study of state gas companies, in the energy sector
    S Suripto, S Supriyanto
    International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy 11 (3), 155-162 2021

  • Impact of Green Innovation, Cultural Environment, Company Performance During Covid-19
    S Supriyanto, M Benny, PI Sari
    2021

  • The influence of oil price volatility and price limit in Indonesia energy sub-sector for the period before and after Covid-19
    MB Alexandri
    International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy 2021

  • Jurnal Ilmiah Internasional Implementation of Forecasting Hedging Model During the Covid-19 Pandemic with the Event Windows Approch to Asean Stock Prices 6
    S Supriyanto, PIS Putri Irmala Sari
    Implementation of Forecasting Hedging Model During the Covid-19 Pandemic 2021

  • Implikasi Teori Akuntansi Positif Dan Teori Keagenan Dalam Praktik Manajemen Laba
    S Suripto, S Supriyanto
    Paradigma: Jurnal Masalah Sosial, Politik, dan Kebijakan 25 (2), 548-564 2021

  • PELATIHAN LITERASI KEUANGAN PRODUK DI KELURAHAN GUNUNG SULAH, KECAMATAN WAY HALIM, KOTA BANDAR LAMPUNG
    S Suripto, S Supriyanto
    DHARMA: Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat 1 (1) 2020

  • Accurate estimated model of volatility crude oil price
    T Gunarto, R Azhar, N Tresiana, A Ahadiat
    International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy 10 (5), 228-233 2020

MOST CITED SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • Accurate estimated model of volatility crude oil price
    T Gunarto, R Azhar, N Tresiana, A Ahadiat
    International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy 10 (5), 228-233 2020
    Citations: 22

  • The effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on stock prices with the event window approach: A case study of state gas companies, in the energy sector
    S Suripto, S Supriyanto
    International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy 11 (3), 155-162 2021
    Citations: 20

  • Characteristics of banks as determinants of profit management for Islamic and conventional banks in ASEAN
    S Suripto, S Supriyanto
    Growing Science 7 (5), 1179-1188 2021
    Citations: 10

  • The influence of oil price volatility and price limit in Indonesia energy sub-sector for the period before and after Covid-19
    MB Alexandri
    International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy 2021
    Citations: 3

  • Implikasi Teori Akuntansi Positif Dan Teori Keagenan Dalam Praktik Manajemen Laba
    S Suripto, S Supriyanto
    Paradigma: Jurnal Masalah Sosial, Politik, dan Kebijakan 25 (2), 548-564 2021
    Citations: 2

  • Impact of Green Innovation, Cultural Environment, Company Performance During Covid-19
    S Supriyanto, M Benny, PI Sari
    2021
    Citations: 1

  • PELATIHAN LITERASI KEUANGAN PRODUK DI KELURAHAN GUNUNG SULAH, KECAMATAN WAY HALIM, KOTA BANDAR LAMPUNG
    S Suripto, S Supriyanto
    DHARMA: Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat 1 (1) 2020
    Citations: 1