The 8th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON BUSINESS, INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND DIPLOMACY (ICOBIRD) 2019

Rethinking the State, Market and Society in the Era of Disruption

Jakarta, 9-10 October 2019

Organised by
Department of International Relations,
BINUS University

 

Welcome

The 8th International Conference on Business, International Relations, and Diplomacy (ICOBIRD) 2019 will be held on October 7-8, 2019 in the capital city of Jakarta, Indonesia. This conference is hosted by the International Relations Department of Bina Nusantara University in collaboration with the Indonesian Association for International Relations. ICOBIRD is a renowned international conference that provides a platform for academician, researchers to share their own research outputs. This conference is based on an interdisciplinary approach to business, International Relations, and diplomacy. This annual international conference will invite academics, government practitioners, business people and non-governmental organizations to contribute ideas in the form of scientific work or research results related to topics, although not limited, as follows:

 

Background

In recent years, the digital revolution has offered many exciting opportunities for both public and private actors. At the same time, the transition towards a digital economy may require a different approach altogether to take into account fundamental changes that may challenge countries’ competitiveness within a short period of time. This transformation appears not only in the economic sector but also in domestic political activity, international relations, and social issues.

In the economic sector, digital transformation helps reduce transaction costs and increase productivity. No wonder the digital economy has become an increasingly large contributor to the growth of the world economy, facilitating trade, creating new jobs and economic opportunities, and enabling businesses to expand their markets. It also forces countries to make a political declaration to launch a discussion on new global rules to facilitate the expansion of the digital economy in a way that is mutually beneficial to developed and developing countries.

In the digital era, political institutions, as well as political activities, are increasingly mediated and shaped by the technologies of information and communication. Many governments have already adopted digital strategies that reshape the way government delivers services. However, while few governments have already in “maturing” stage of digital transformation, the overwhelming majority are still in the early or developing stages of the digital-transformation journey.

 

Aim and Scope

Given the background above, this year conference’s theme is “Rethinking the State, Market, and Society in the age of disruption”. The conference will have two main objectives to outreach:

This conference will also discuss the emergence of the disruption in every aspect of life ranging from political disruption with the rise of Trumpism to economic disruption with the transformation to the digital economy and its consequences for modern societies, particularly in Southeast Asia.

The conference is then organised as a collection of a variety of workshops and presentations ranging from regulation and digital economy until migration and mobility in the age of disruption. Hence, we particularly interest to have more presenters from outside BINUS so that there is an exchange of ideas. Moreover, the outcomes of the conference are to select particulars papers to be submitted as a part of the special issue in relevant journal outlets.

 

Subtopics:

  1. Regulation and Digital Economy
  2. Maritime technology and the industrial revolution
  3. The role of the Creative Industry in economic development
  4. Sustainable development in the age of disruption
  5. Migration and mobility in the age of disruption
  6. Free trade in the age of new protectionism
  7. International Relations of the Asia Pacific in the age of Trump
  8. Digital Economy and Financial Inclusion
  9. Market and entrepreneurship in digital disruption
  10. Security in the age of digital disruption
  11. Politics and government in digital society

 

Important Dates:

  • Deadline for full papers        : 20 September 2019

  • Notification of acceptance  : 30 September 2019

  • Deadline for registration     : 2 Oktober 2019

 

Funding and Sponsorship

The conference is supported by DIKTI Konsorsium Riset Penugasan research grant, BINUS Taiwan Studies Project Research grant, as well as Taipei Economic and Trade Office (TETO), Jakarta and the Ministry of Education, Taiwan

 

Keynote Speakers

  1. Erwin Haryono, Executive Director Payment System Policy Department, Bank Indonesia
  2. Professor Jenn-Jaw Soong, National Cheng Kung University
  3. Heldy Satrya Putera, Director of Infrastructure Planning, BKPM
  4. Jaffar Al Rikabi, Economist, the World Bank

 

Publications

All papers presented at this conference (provided meeting all editorial requirements) will be aimed at the publication in the following Scopus indexed journals:

  1. Journal of International Studies 
  2. International Discourse
  3. Institutions and Economies
  4. International Journal of Asia-Pacific Studies
  5. Journal of ASEAN Studies

 

Tentative Schedule

 

Schedule (Binus Anggrek Campus)
Wednesday, 9 October 2019
07.30-08.30 Registration (Auditorium)

 

07.30-08.30 Coffee Break
08.30-09.00 Opening Session
09.00-09.05 Recitation of Do’a by Dr. Lili Yulyadi
09.05-09.10 Opening session (Indonesia Raya and Hymn of BINUS)
09.10-09.15 Welcoming Speech by Organizing Committee, Moch Faisal Karim, PhD
09.15 – 09.30 Welcoming Speech by Prof. Tirta Nugraha Mursitama, PhD., Vice-Rector, BINA NUSANTARA University
09.30-09.35 Group Photo with Keynotes
09.35-12.00 Plenary Session

1.    Heldy Satrya Putera – Director of Infrastructure Planning  BKPM

2.    Erwin Haryono – Executive Director Payment System Policy Department, Bank Indonesia

3.    Jaffar Al Rikabi – World Bank Indonesia Economic Growth and Digital Economy

4.    Prof. Prof Soong-Jenn Jaw – National Cheng Kung University

12.00-13.00 Lunch  Balcony 4th Floor
13.00-15.00 Parallel Session
Panel 1  IR in disruption era chaired by Tony Hsu

Presenter:

  1. Khrisna Ariyanto Manuhutu (School of Business and Management, ITB); Arfin Sudirman (Department of International Relations, Faculty of Social and Political Science, UNPAD); Widya Setiabudi (Department of International Relations, Faculty of Social and Political Science, UNPAD) – Confrontation Analysis as an Alternative Model of the Dynamic of Conflict in Eastern Asia
  2. Ganesh Aji Wicaksono (Bina Nusantara University); Tangguh Chairil (Bina Nusantara University) – New Security Dilemma in the Asia-Pacific: Japan’s Plan to Remodel Izumo-Class Carriers
  3. Curie Maharani, PhD (Bina Nusantara University) – Measuring Military Capabilities: Case Study of Indonesia
  4. Tony Hsu (Ministry of Transportation and Communication, Taiwan) – Maritime technology and industrial revolution-Taiwan experience of implementing IMO low sulphur fuel oil policy
  5. Imron Yarang (Airlangga University) – Thailand-Malaysia Cooperation Strategy in Conflict Resolution: A Case Study of Southern Thailand
428
Panel 2 Creative Industry in Digital Economy chaired by Lili Yulyadi, PhD

Presenter:

  1. Lidya Wati Evelina (Bina Nusantara University); Aloysius Bernanda Gunawan (Bina Nusantara University) – The Power of Virtual Brand Community to Strengthen Brand Reputation (Startup: The3angle Brand)
  2. Lili Yulyadi, PhD and Galuh Dian Prama Dewi (Bina Nusantara University) – The role of the state in the era of disruptive innovation
  3. Hario Sasongko (Bina Nusantara University) – Indonesia animation IP Industry Life Cycle barriers and expectations to grow national economic development
  4. Ono Supriadi, Sanjukta Choudhury Kaul, Nisryna Nabyla Putri ( Bina Nusantara University) – FACTORS INFLUENCING JOB SATISFACTION OF WOMEN EMPLOYEE IN INDONESIA’S BANKING SECTOR: EARLY RESEARCH FINDINGS
403
Panel 3 Innovation and Digital Economy chaired by Moch Faisal Karim PhD 

Presenter:

  1. Hartiwi Prabowo, Ridho Bramulya Ikhsan, Yuniarty (Bina Nusantara University) – FACTORS AFFECTING CONSUMER ADOPTION OF MOBILE PAYMENT APPLICATION IN JAKARTA
  2. Assed Lussak, Edi Abdurachman, Idris Gautama So, Rini Setiowati (Bina Nusantara University) – THE EFFECT OF FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE, PRODUCT AND SERVICE INNOVATIONS ON BUSINESS SURVIVAL, WITH MEDIATING ROLE OF OPERATIONAL IMPROVEMENT AND MODERATING ROLE OF ENTREPRENEURS’ MOTIVATION (Case Study: Food and Beverage Small Business in Bandung, Indonesia’s Provincial Capital of West Java)
  3. Apriani Simatupang, Didi Hasan Putra (Akademi Sekretari dan Manajemen Bina Insani) – Digital economy: Its impact on the development of Microfinance Institution
  4. Annisa Salsabila (School of Business and Management Institut Teknologi Bandung) – PROPOSING MARKETING STRATEGY OF VENDING MACHINE BUSINESS (CASE STUDY: PT BERKAH NEGERI PRODUSINDO)
529
Panel 4 Socio-Economic issues in Disruption Era chaired by Wayne Palmer, PhD

Presenter:

  1. Meilinda Sari Yayusman, Ayu Nova Lissandhi (Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI)) – Hometown transnationalism in the era of disruption: the emergence of Indonesian diaspora organizations in Europe
  2. Nur Azmi Karim, Okky Rizkia Yustian (School of Creative Technology Bina Nusantara Bandung) – INFLUENCE OF INVESTMENT AND WAGE LEVEL ON LABOR MIGRATION (case 5 provinces in Java, Indonesia)
  3. Devita Prinanda, M. Hub. Int. (University of Muhammadiyah Malang); Haryo Prasojo, M.A. (University of Muhammadiyah Malang) – EU – ECOWAS: Analysis of North-South Cooperation in Interregionalism Framework
  4. Noto Suone, Rangga Aditya (Bina Nusantara University) – ANALYSIS OF ANGOLA’S DEPENDENCY ON CHINESE AID
525
15.00-15.30 Coffee Break  507
15.30-17.30 Parallel Session
Panel 5 Political Economy of Disruption Era chaired by Tia Mariatul Kibtiah 

  1. Roseno Aji Affandi (Bina Nusantara University), Moch Faisal Karim (Bina Nusantara University), and Yanyan Mochamad Yani (Padjadjaran University) – Big Data-Based Technology Toward The Ideologization of Neoliberalism
  2. Tia Mariatul Kibtiah and Ervina Wahyuni (Bina Nusantara University) – Social Media, Islam, and Indonesian Politics
  3. Floranesia Lantang (Pelita Harapan University); Edwin M.B. Tambunan (Pelita Harapan University) – Politics and Government in an era of Digital Society (The Internationalization of “West Papua” Issue and its impact on Indonesia’s Policy to the South Pacific Region)
  4. Defbry Margiansyah (Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI)) – REVISITING DIPLOMACY IN THE AGE OF DISRUPTION: Indonesia’s Economic Diplomacy on Digital Economy
 428
Panel 6 Community in Digital Economy Chaired by Paramitaningrum, PhD

  1. Sri Issundari, Yanyan Mochamad Yani, Dudy Heryadi, and Widya Setya Budi (Padjadjaran University) – Regional Development Paradiplomacy: A Community Empowerment Partnership between Yogyakarta Special Region of Indonesia and Province of Gyeongsangbuk-do of South Korea
  2. Ayu Dwidyah Rini (Trilogi University) – Digitalization in the Community Based Tourism Development in Peripheral Area: Study in Sumbermanjing Wetan Village, Malang Regency
  3. Agus Riyanto, Moch Faisal Karim (Bina Nusantara University) – Australia vs Indonesia : Which Countries Provided Better Protection to Minority Shareholders?
  4. Nurianna Thoha, Jennifer Devaney (International Business Management Program, Bina Nusantara University) – A CASE IN THE CREATIVE INDUSTRY: THE MOTIVATION OF ART ENTREPRENEURS OF MICRO, SMALL, AND MEDIUM ENTREPRISES IN THE COMIC SECTOR
 403
Panel 7 Business in Digital Economy chaired by Prof. Tirta Nugraha Mursitama, PhD

  1. Mulyono, Adi Teguh Suprapto (Bina Nusantara University) – Effect of Organizational Innovation and Firm Size on Competitive Advantage in Banking Sector at Indonesia Stock Exchange
  2. Atya Zahra (School of Business and Management, Institut Teknologi Bandung), Mohammad Hamsal (Bina Nusantara University) – PROPOSED BUSINESS STRATEGY FOR NON-STAR HOTEL IN DIGITAL DISRUPTION; CASE STUDY UTARI HOTEL BANDUNG
  3. Malik Adhi Wicaksono (School of Business and Management, Institut Teknologi Bandung) –  Proposing Business Strategy To Gain Competitive Advantage In Industrial Fuel Business (Case : PT Kurnia Energi Globalindo)
  4. Yeti Hestiati (School of Business and Management, Institut Teknologi Bandung) – PROPOSED INTEGRATED MARKETING COMMUNICATION STRATEGY THROUGH BENCHMARKING APPROACH (CASE STUDY: JAVA’S KIDS)
 529
Panel 8 Media and Politics chaired by Wayne Palmer, PhD

  1. Laskarko Patria (Bina Nusantara University) – FANTASY THEME ANALYSIS OF PRABOWO’S SUPPORTERS ON SOCIAL MEDIA DURING INDONESIA PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION DEBATES 2019
  2. Mariko Rizkiansyah S.Sos, M.Ikom, Muslikhin, Laskarko Patria, S.Sos. M.Si., Vina Ananda Witjaksono (Bina Nusantara University) – THE MEANING OF CAPRES IMAGINATION – CAWAPRES ON YOUTUBE COMMENTS WHEN PILPRES 2019
  3. Aditya Permana, Annisa Eriyanti (Bina Nusantara University) – Analzying the Public Diplomacy Implementation of the Consulate Generala of the Republic of Indonesia Kuching on the Indonesian Migrant Workers’ Childern Community Learning Center (CLC) Program in Serawak, 2015-2018 
  4. Siti Dewi Sri Ratna Sari, Ervan Ismail (Bina Nusantara University) –  MIGRATION TENDENCY OF THOUSAND ISLANDS INDONESIA’S YOUNGER GENERATION: ABANDONING THE POTENTIAL TOURISM OF THE NEW BALI
525
Thursday, 10 October  2019
09.00-09.30 Coffee Break  526
09.30-13.00 Parallel Session  
Publication plan and writing clinic by Moch Faisal Karim, PhD

  1. Aditya Permana
  2. Defbry Margiansyah
  3. Floranesia Lantang
  4. Roseno Aji
  5. Devita Prinanda
  6. Meilinda Sari Yayusman
  7. Curie Maharani
  8. Ganesh Aji Wicaksono
  9. Nurianna Thoha
  10. Agus Riyanto
528
Publication plan and writing clinic by Lili Yulyadi, PhD

  1. Mariko Rizkiansyah
  2. Laskarko Patria
  3. Nur Azmi Karim
  4. Mulyono
  5. Sri Issundari
  6. Ono Supriadi
  7. Hario Sasongko
  8. Hartiwi Prabowo
  9. Assed Lussak
  10. Lidya Wati Evelina
  11. Siti Dewi Sri Ratna Sari
 501
Publication plan and writing clinic by Prof Soong-Jenn Jaw, PhD

  1. Yeti Hestiati 
  2. Malik Adhi Wicaksono
  3. Atya Zahra 
  4. Ayu Dwidyah Rini
  5. Apriani Simatupang
  6. Annisa Salsabila 
  7. Tia Mariatul Kibtiah 
  8. Khrisna Ariyanto Manuhutu 
  9. Imron Yarang
  10. Rangga Aditya
428
 13.00-14.00 Lunch  526

Guidelines

The authors are required to use this following template in order to submit their paper. here is the link for the template.

 

Scientific Committee

Prof Tirta Nugraha Mursitama, PhD
Lili Yulyadi, PhD
Dinna Wisnu, PhD
Moch Faisal Karim, PhD
Wayne Palmer, PhD

 

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 100
2. Non-student participant USD 50

 

No. Indonesian Participant Fee (full amount)
1. Presenter registration  IDR 1,500,000
2. Early bird (15 September)   IDR 1,000,000
3. Participant  IDR 500,000

The fee includes conference program kits, meal during the conference, and certificate. Travelling and accommodation, as well as proceeding fees, are excluded.

In order for you to make online registration, you are requested to pay the above conference fee through following link: https://conference.binus.ac.id/ocs/index.php/icobird/icobird2019/index

 

 

 

  1. Do I have to send a paper first or do I register and pay the registration fee?

    • Dear Sir, in order for your paper to be submitted in our system, you should register yourself first by paying the registration fee and getting username afterward. For more information please kindly contact our PIC in mkarim@binus.edu. Thank you very much for contacting us.