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Publication date: 17 June 2024

Danar Sutopo Sidig, Citra Wulan Ratri and Arie Wibowo

This study aims to examine the influence of green feature adoption on building value within Jakarta, Indonesia’s market. It assesses the presence of green premiums or brown…

Abstract

Purpose

This study aims to examine the influence of green feature adoption on building value within Jakarta, Indonesia’s market. It assesses the presence of green premiums or brown discounts through a supply-demand analysis, evaluates their impact on building values, and identifies factors influencing green features’ value reflection and development.

Design/methodology/approach

This study employs a qualitative approach to investigate the green feature reflection on building value in Jakarta, Indonesia. Data is gathered through questionnaires and semi-structured interviews with appraisers, the GBCI, and developers.

Findings

The study’s findings reveal a positive acceptance of green buildings in Jakarta’s market, with most appraisers recognising a higher perceived value in these sustainable structures. Factors contributing to this higher value perception encompass green building certifications, reduced operational costs, and increased appeal to potential tenants. Conversely, hindering factors include a lack of law enforcement and limited availability of market data.

Practical implications

The study highlights practical considerations for construction and real estate stakeholders on the factors influencing green building development. Supporting factors for green building development include sustainability training, compliance with green building standards, and incentives. Conversely, obstacles encompass enforcement challenges, stakeholder expertise deficits, and resistance to change.

Originality/value

This study is the first in Indonesia, magnifying its significance and potential impact. It pioneers exploring green building features’ influence on building value in Jakarta, presenting a unique contribution to the existing literature. This originality emphasises the imperative for sustainable development in the region and sets the stage for future research and policy initiatives.

Details

Journal of Property Investment & Finance, vol. ahead-of-print no. ahead-of-print
Type: Research Article
ISSN: 1463-578X

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Book part
Publication date: 4 May 2018

Bachtiar Akob, Aulia Rahman and Guntur Arie Wibowo

Purpose – The purpose of this study focuses on the reconstruction of Aceh culture as a learning discourse of Acehnese language towards elementary school students. The author also…

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Purpose – The purpose of this study focuses on the reconstruction of Aceh culture as a learning discourse of Acehnese language towards elementary school students. The author also wants to see more closely the process of learning the language of Aceh in elementary school as a part of the reconstruction of local culture of Aceh.

Design/Methodology – This research is a qualitative research by using critical discourse analysis. The data source of this research is the textbook of Aceh language class 2 of elementary school. Data collection was done using documentation techniques and validity analysis the opinion of Ibn Hamad (2012), namely holistic, historical situatedness, and theory was referred.

Findings – The results show that Aceh’s cultural identity depicted in textbooks includes both religious and social-humanist identities.

Originality/Value – This study is the first in terms of reviewing and analyzing a text in an textbook in elementary.

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Proceedings of MICoMS 2017
Type: Book
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Open Access
Book part
Publication date: 4 May 2018

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Proceedings of MICoMS 2017
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Article
Publication date: 21 October 2021

Riane Johnly Pio

This study aims to determine the effect of mediation on quality of work life (QWL) and job satisfaction in the relationship between spiritual leadership and employee performance…

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Abstract

Purpose

This study aims to determine the effect of mediation on quality of work life (QWL) and job satisfaction in the relationship between spiritual leadership and employee performance conducted on nursing staff of private hospitals in North Sulawesi.

Design/methodology/approach

This study focuses on a private hospital in North Sulawesi. The population in this study is all nurses working in three hospitals which became the object of study totaling 292 people. Analysis of structural equation modeling (SEM) is used to test the hypotheses. In this study, the data used are primary data collected by distributing questionnaires. Data were analyzed using qualitative descriptive methods and, the researcher presented data by describing sorted or organized data and documents obtained and scientifically stated.

Findings

First, spiritual leadership does not directly affect employee performance. Second, quality of worklife as a mediating variable in the relationship between spiritual leadership to employee performance. Given the marked positive coefficient indicates that the higher the spiritual leadership will cause the higher the employee performance if mediated quality of worklife is also higher. Because the direct effect of spiritual leadership to employee performance is insignificant (with positive coefficient), indicate that quality of Worklife as pure moderator, means that spiritual leadership has a relationship to employee performance, only if the employee has the quality of worklife. Third, quality of Worklife as a mediating variable in the relationship between spiritual leadership to employee performance. Given the marked positive coefficient indicates that the higher the spiritual leadership will cause the higher the employee performance if mediated job satisfaction is also higher. Because the direct effect of spiritual leadership to employee performance is insignificant (with positive coefficient), indicate that quality of worklife as pure moderator means that the spiritual leadership has a relationship to employee performance, only if the employee has the quality of worklife.

Research limitations/implications

The data in this study is still limited to nurses who work in hospitals based on religious foundations and is limited to one city only Manado City North Sulawesi province in Indonesia.

Practical implications

The implications of the results of this study for the development of science are significant by contributing to the discipline of organizational behavior, human resource management and leadership. For people in particular who need health services, the results of this study provide references in choosing organizations engaged in health services whose standards of service have spiritual leadership values. And the implications of the results of this study have consistency with the findings in this study, that the performance of nurses can be influenced by spiritual leadership from the quality of work-life that includes: opportunities to grow, participate in decision-making, have a sense of pride in work, and conditions of work environment Perceived and experienced by nurses getting better and more positive. Likewise, if the nurse's job satisfaction increases because of the well-paying salary, promotion, work team, supervisor and job it will contribute to the improved performance of the nurse.

Originality/value

Originality for this paper shows mediation effect of quality of worklife and job satisfaction in relationship between spiritual leadership toward employee performance; no previous study has studied comprehensively the mediation effect of quality of worklife and job satisfaction in relationship between spiritual leadership toward employee performance. This research is a case study on nursing staff of private hospital in North Sulawesi, Indonesia.

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International Journal of Law and Management, vol. 64 no. 1
Type: Research Article
ISSN: 1754-243X

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