Background

The 7th International Conference on Business, International Relations, and Diplomacy (ICOBIRD)

“Repositioning Indonesia in the World; Geopolitics, Business, and Diplomacy ”

The post-Cold War international relations have been much linked to the process of globalization. The massive trade liberalization agreement among states has resulted in the diminishing boundaries and the growing interconnectivity among states which in the end created a complex web of economic interdependence. International relations, in this sense, are the triumph of liberalists as economic cooperation sets more peaceful relations among states than the preceding era.

This, however, is only part of the story. Economic interdependence has limitation in explaining the persistence of conflicts in international relations. Besides, economy is only one aspect of globalization. Other aspect that is no less important, yet still underexplored is its geopolitical and technological aspect.

While many agreed that the digital and technology era has revolutionized human interaction, few have explored its significance for international relations. States are growingly dependent on information technology for running government, conducting diplomacy, and managing their economic and defense infrastructure. Business and individuals are dependent on IT for running their corporations and day to day communication. This has not mentioned civil society organizations that depend on IT for promoting democratization and human rights. At the same time, however, hostile states, terrorist groups, criminals, and hackers also use these facilities to conduct their activities. Information technology, in this sense, is the new battlefield in international relations that shapes the dynamics of peace and conflict between states, non-states, or between states and non-state actors.

Against this backdrop, the 7th International Conference on Business, International Relations, and Diplomacy will be conducted under the theme “Repositioning Indonesia in the World: Geopolitics, Business, and Diplomacy”.

Subtopics

  • Geopolitical strategy in the changing Asia Pacific region.
  • Leadership in ASEAN
  • Competitiveness in The Global Economy
  • Business in The Era of Globalization
  • Diplomacy in The Digital Era
  • Foreign Policy
  • Social Media, Human Rights, and Democratization in the new millennia.
  • Politics and Governance
  • Crisis Management
  • Sustainable Innovation
  • Achieving Sustainable Development

SUBMISSION

Download Author Guidelines for Conference Proceedings. Note: Authors must follow Author Guidelines strictly; failing which the manuscripts would be rejected without review.

Full paper must be submitted through http://conference.binus.ac.id/ocs/index.php/icobird/index/user/account

REGISTRATION

The authors receive and oblige to the terms and conditions of the conference upon the payment is settled. The committee will announce the update officially on the website and the registrants must follow the terms and conditions as stipulated.

No.

International Participant

Fee (full amount)

1.

Presenter registration

USD 300

2.

Non-student participant

USD 100

 

No.

Indonesian Participant

Fee (full amount)

1.

Presenter registration

 IDR 3,500,000

2.

Early bird

  IDR 3,000,000

3.

Participant

 IDR 1,000,000

The fee includes conference program kits, meal during the conference, and certificate. Traveling and accommodation fees are excluded.

In order for you to make online registration, you are requested to pay the above conference fee through following link:
http://research.binus.ac.id/conference/registration/icobird/

 

Rundown of The ICOBIRD 2018

Rundown ICOBIRD and ICSSLAH 2018
Wednesday, 5 September 2018
08.00-09.00 Registration
09.00-09.05 Recitation of Do’a by Dr. Abdul Rashid B0501 (Auditorium)

 

09.00-09.05 Opening session (Indonesia Raya and Hymn of BINUS)
09.00 – 09.10 Welcoming Speech by Chairman of ICSSLAH
09.10 – 09.20 Speech by Dean of Humanities
09.20 – 09.30 Speech and official opening by  Vice Rektor Research and Technology Transfer
09.30 – 09.35 Group Photo with Keynotes
09.30 – 09.45 Chinese Performance
09.45 – 10.00 Coffee Break
10.00 – 12.00 Keynote Session

  1. Prof. Dr. Garry Latham
  2. Prof. Dr. Teuku Faisal Fathani
  3. Dr. Chong Tien Siong
12.00 – 13.30 Lunch  
13.30 – 14.30 Keynote Session ICOBIRD

1.      Prof. Dr. Anthony Milner

2.      Dr. Jerome Kueh Swee Hui

A0601
14.30 – 16.00 Parallel session 1

Moderator: Dennyza Gabiella

  1. Peer to Peer Lending Platform Can Influence Investors to help capital for SMEs

Abdullah Umar, Agung Hari Sasongko, Sugiharto, Yunitasari Christanti

2. Knowledge-based Social Entrepreneurship and the creation of Social Enterprise’s Sustainability in Indonesia : Two Cases

Aditya Permana, Tirta N Mursitama

3.      Technopreneurship Skills of Indonesian Entrepreneurs

Cooky Tri Adhikara, Lasmy, Sasmoko, Yasinta Indrianti

4.      A Multidimensional Approach to Perceived Insider Statusand Its Relationship with Organizational Ziticenship Behavior

Hada Sya’airiallah, Aryana Satrya

 

 

A 0601
14.30 – 16.00 Parallel session 2

Moderator: Luh Nyoman Ratih Wagiswari Kabinawa

 

  1. SWOT Analysis for Business Strategies : A case of Azka Syahrani in Muslim Fashion Industry

Atikah Rahmi Fauzi

2. Does an Environment Serving Organization Based View Support a Product Market Strategy? A Film Performance Analysis

Agustinus Nicolas Oroh

3.      The Role of Innovation Capability to Promote Business Performance through Successful Strategy Execution: From Middle Managers Perspective

Firdaus Alamsyah

4.      Diplomacy From the Grassroots: the Role of Indonesia Netherland Youth Society (INYS) in Enhancing Indonesia-Netherland Socio Cultural Relations

Luh Nyoman Ratih Wagiswari Kabinawa, Yumiko Audi Prasetyaputri

 

A0603
14.30 – 16.00 Parallel session 3

Moderator: Galuh Dian Prama Dewi

 

1.      Digital Influencer in Product Promotion: Fostering Consumers Trust by Enganging Followers

Fitrie Handayani, Vivien Sylvina, Lidya Wati Evelina

2.      Factors Affecting Clothing Design for Autistic Children: A Study of a Sustainable Development Brand Kiddie Pal in Jakarta

Julita Oesanty Oetojo

3.      Cultivating Brand Awareness of Korean Cosmetics Innisfree in Indonesia via e-WOM as the Eco Friendly Product

Sophia Ariella, Ulani Yunus

4.      The Role of Corporate Social Responsibility Towards Purchase intention: The Mediating Effect of Brand Image and Corporate Reputation

Tengku Mohammad Khairal Abdullah, Priscillia Budiman

 

A0608
16.00 – 16.15 Coffee Break
16.15 – 18.00 Parallel session 4

Moderator: Amalia Sustikarini

 

  1. Illiberal Democratic Peace in Newly Democratic Country: A Case Study of Peacebuilding in Aceh, Indonesia

Amalia Sustikarini

2.      The Role of Indonesia in Managing trans-boundary haze pollution as environmental security issue in Southest Asia

Lili Yulyadi Arnakim, Namira Shabrina

3.      Repotitioning Indonesia in the Changing Maritime Lanscape of the Indo Pasific Region

Sukmawani Bela Pertiwi

4.      Establishing Maritime Power Competitiveness Index: Benchmarking Indonesian Navy’s Aspiration to Become World-Class Seapower

Tangguh Chairil, Ganesh Aji Wicaksono , Muthia Alvi Nurbaitty

A0601
16.15 – 18.00 Parallel session 5

Moderator: Paramitaningrum

 

1.      The Role of Participative Decision Making and Psychological Ownership in Enhancing Organizational Commitment and Knowledge Sharing Behavior

Alvin Widanto, Aryana Satrya

2.      Attitude toward Using FinTech among Millenials

Angtyasti Jiwasiddi, Cooky Tri Adhikara, Mochammad Riyadh Rizky Adam, Ika Trianaz

3.      Spending and Saving Behavior towards the 2019 Indonesia Presidential Election

Dewi Tamara, MP Lingga, Doly Rosmiati

4.      The Role of employee Participation and Industrial Relations Climate in Enhancing Organizational Commitment

Suha Btari Nurul Adha, Aryana Satrya

 

 

 

 

 

A0603

16.15 – 18.00 Parallel session 6

Moderator: Adytia Permana

 

  1. Aporia of AEC? The Role of Indonesia in the Prospect of Human Rights Enforcement in Democratization of ASEAN

Aditya Permana,   Ayu

2. Achieving Peace and Justice: Promoting Human Rights in the Civil-Military Relations in Indonesia

A Sudirman, W S Sumadinata, R A ramadhan, T N Mursitama

3. Indonesia’s Commitment to Human Rights for Refugee and Asylum Seeker Children

Dennyza Gabiella, Septyari Faras Putri

4. Indonesian Accounting Professionals and ASEAN’s Mutual Recognition Arrangement, an Exploratory Study of Employability Factors

Embun Mayangsari, Marko H. Sebira, Vishnu Juwono

A0608
Thrusday, 6 September 2018
09.00 – 10.30 Parallel session 7

Moderator: Paramitaningrum

 

1.      Indonesian Tweet Diplomacy – ASEAN Community in The Spotlight

Christine Pingkan Gneuss, Hana Hetty Manuela

2.      Leadership in ASEAN: The Role of Indonesia’s Chairmanship in the ASEAN Youth Sector (2017-2019)

Lili Yulyadi Arnakim, Budidarmo Kuntjoro Jakti

3.      Looking For Balance? Indonesia’s Position among geopolitics Belt road Initiative, RCEP and AEC

R. A. Affandi, Y. M. Yani, A. Bainus, T.N. Mursitama

4.      Indonesian Economic Diplomacy toward Palm Oil : Indonesia’s Respond to the EU Resolution on Palm Oil and Deforestation of Rainforest (2016/2222(INI)) (2013-2017)

Salsabila Hamid, Paramitaningrum, Ph. D

 

 

 

 

 

 

A0601

09.00 – 10.30 Parallel session 8

Moderator: Sukma BelaPertiwi

 

  1. How Do Malang’s Instagram Influencers Use Their Freedom of Expression and Speech?

Nur Kholis, Nisrin Husna, Galuh Ayu Savitri, Yuventia Prisca

2. Using PESTEL Framework for Analysis User-Generated Content on Social Media: The Case of Indonesian  Hospitality on Instagram

Siti Paramadita, Agung Hari Sasongko, Sevenpri Candra

3.      Women and Social Media: How ISIS Has Changed Terrorism Pattern in Indonesia

 Tia Mariatul Kibtiah, Christina Victoria Tirajoh

4.      Consumer Engagement Pattern on Airlines Social Media: A Comparison Study

Yanuarita Kusuma Permata Sari, Sari Ramadanty, Anindya Widita, Bobie Hartanto

 

 

 

A0603

09.00 – 10.30 Parallel session 9

Moderator: Galuh Dian Prama Dewi

 

1.      The Study of Customer Needs of Application-Based Online Transportation in Jakarta

Dewi Tamara, Joyce Gaspersz, Irenne Silalahi

2.      The Mindset Change as the key success of TQM implementation in education

Ferry Doringin

3.      Teaching Competency for Business Educators: A Framework for Quality Assessment Within Higher Education Institutions in ASEAN

Franklin G Talaue, Mookung KIM, Lena Choong Sook Lin

4.      AGRI Education Pathway for Sustainable Food Resilience in Rural Area of Atambua, East Nusa Tenggara Province

Galuh Dian Prama Dewi, Richa Vidya Yustikaningrum

 

 

 

A0608

10.30 – 10.45 Coffee Break  

 

10.45 – 12.15 Parallel session 10

Moderator: Tia Mariatu Kibtiah

 

1.      The Impact of Virtual reality as a promotional media on customer purchase intention in real estate industry

Dwi Nugraha Salim

2.      Consumer Generated Media: Understanding Indonesian Social Traveler

Zakky Zamrudi

3.      The Role of Online Review and Buying Orientation to Increase Purchase Intention in Hospitality Industry

Viany Utami Tjhin, Angelina Permatasari

4.      Intertwine between Technology and Diplomacy: Indonesian e-Diplomacy in Achieving Palestinian Independence

Dina Yulianti, R. Widya Setabudi Sumadinata, Tirta Nugraha Mursitama

 

 

 

A0601

10.45 – 12.15 Parallel session 11

Moderator: Roseno Adji Affandi

 

1.      The Role Of University in Forming International Collaborative Innovation: What Can We Learn from the West

Feranita, Simone Corsi

2.      Indonesia and Counter Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated (IUU) Fishing in Southest Asia

Lili Yulyadi Arnakim, Namira Shabrina

3.      The Analysis of CDMS by Indonesian Millenials

Melva Hermayanty Saragih, Rita Yohanes

 

 

 

 

A0603

12.15 – 13.30 Lunch
13.30 – 15.00 Workshop I dan Parallel session (PIC masing – masing ) A0601
15.00 – 15.30 Coffee Break  
15.30 – 16.30 Workshop II A0601
16.30 – 17.00 Evaluasi Masing – Masing PIC  

Scientific Committee

Prof. Azirah Hashim Ph.D. (Executive Director, AEI, UM, Malaysia)
Prof. Anthony Milner, Ph.D. (Australia National University, Australia)
Prof. Tai Wan-Ping, Ph.D. (Cheng Shiu University, Taiwan)
Prof. Ching-lung Tsay, Ph.D. (Tamkang University, Taiwan)
Prof. Dr. Tirta N. Mursitama, PhD. (Binus University, Jakarta)
Prof. Yanyan Mochamad Yani, Ph.D. (Padjadjaran University, Bandung)
Assoc. Prof. Nanthakumar Loganathan (University Technologi Malaysia)
Assoc. Prof. Kim Hyung Jong, PhD. (Yonsei University, South Korea)
Nino Viartasiwi, Ph.D. (Ritsumeikan University, Japan)
Marsha Robinson, Ph.D. (Miami University, USA)
Charanpal Singh Bal, PhD. (Binus University, Jakarta)
Wayne Palmer, Ph.D (Binus University, Jakarta)
Abu Bakar Eby Hara, Ph.D. (Jember State University, Indonesia)
Baiq Wardhani, Ph.D. (Airlangga University, Surabaya)

 

Publication

In Collaboration with ICEED 2018, all manuscripts that are accepted and presented in the ICOBIRD 2018 will be published in the IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science, which is indexed in Scopus and Web of Science/ISI Thomson Reuters/ Clarivate Analytics. Selected papers would be considered to be published in our affiliated Scopus Journals with  additional cost as  requested by respective journal.

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