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Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Economy and Management Study 
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Title of Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Economy and Management Study
Double Blind Peer Review
Edited byDo Hong Nhung
Publication details
Asian Multicultural Research Studies (Taiwan)
Open Access
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ISSNNone (print)
2708-9711 (web)
50 USD
4 weeks

Global Economic Policy Response in Asean Welcomes Changes in Market Behavior Towards the New Normal

Author: Benson, Linh, Ha Dai Sinh
This article addresses the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth rate, normally used to determine how quickly economic growth has contracted in a region, i.e. adverse growth. Thus, the Finance Ministers and the ASEAN Central Bank Governors have decided on a number of promises, including (1) that exceptional policy responses to resolve this pandemic would be washed away to restore economic activity. (2) to enhance the economic and financial monitoring efficiency of the area, and to promote readiness to act as an efficient financial safety net in the region and as an essential component of the global financial security net of the Chiang May Initiative Multilateralization (CMIM). (3) to facilitate greater intra-ASEAN exchange and investment by setting up eligible ASEAN banks (4) funding for local currency use programs for settlements, foreign investments and other operations between ASEAN countries, such as revenue and transfer transactions. (5) supports the advancement of partnership in the area of the funding of infrastructures, in the context of many recommendations to facilitate private investment growth, among other steps. (6) to promote initiatives to use digital financial services to enhance the financial inclusion of the area and to enhance cooperation on various cyber risk management material.

Covid-19 Vaccine: Global Stock Market “Game Changer”

Author: Hartono, Hartono
This research is a conceptual paper that examines the impact of the presence of the Covid-19 vaccine on investor sentiment and the performance of the global stock market after being hit by high concerns due to the pandemic. The results showed that each stage of vaccine development received high appreciation from stock investors, especially after vaccine candidates passed clinical trials in humans. Investors' positive sentiment towards the vaccine program boosted stock market performance. However, the sentiment of this vaccine cannot stand alone, it needs government policy support to truly restore market confidence in the recovery of social and economic conditions, including the stock market. This research combines secondary data published from high-ranking journals that can be used to help develop future tests.

The Pandemic Era Digital Economy: Youth Challenges in Social Media Marketing

Author: Kongying, Sawika, Sasalak Purisai
The field of finance, fintech, and even finance companies like insurers has become part of the world of the internet. Indeed, the digital economy has now entered the areas of shipping, banking, agriculture and urban planning. This is characterized by the usage of technologies and the internet for various uses, including digitalization, of culture. Hence the improvements in the organizational and even marketing processes to the customer element level and numerous transactional regulatory structures is important and common in industries. Youth are also facing challenges in social network marketing, including reliance on technological development, safety and privacy issues, balanced personalization and privacy, marketing transparency, uneven Internet infrastructure in ASEAN Countries, and tight competition. This is an important aspect of the youth's efforts.

Effect of Compensation, Quality of Work Life on Performance

Author: Komar, Irsan, Ida Aju Brahmasari, Riyadi Nugroho
This study aims to determine the effect of compensation, quality of work life on employee performance at the Directorate General of Customs and Excise, East Java Regional Office I. The study population was 1323 employees. employees, the number of samples is 200 respondents. The technique of collecting data through a questionnaire. Model testing with structural equation modeling (SEM) analysis. The test results show that the model (fit) can be seen from the values of GFI, AGFI, TLI, CFI, RMSEA and CMIN / DF respectively 0.902, 0.907, 0.964, 0.968, 0.026 and 1.127 which indicate the model fit criteria. The results showed that: 1) Compensation has a significant effect on Quality of Work Life, 2) Compensation has a significant effect on Performance, 3) Quality of Work Life has a significant effect on Performance, 4) Compensation has no significant effect on Performance through Quality of Work Life for Office employees Region of the Directorate General of Customs and Excise, East Java I

Cryptocurrency Business Covers the Psychological Impact of the Business Market on the Youth Segment

Author: Philavong, Mattie, Solasak Phomvongsa
In comparison to the production of physical currency, e-money is a commodity that is provided by banks or financial-sector firms, such as paypal. Then the transaction and investment processes shifted with technical advancements. Today, cryptocurrencies seem to render commerce and transaction structures simpler. The invention of electronic money would help young people expand, given the universal usage of transaction resources to promote goods owned by business owners in all international countries. The blockchain mechanism will operate separately, apart from the transaction speed, without any agency regulating or manipulating all continuing transactions.

Relationship of Customer Relationship Learning to Service Quality of Regional Development Banks

Author: Aji, Bondan Seno, Ujianto Ujianto, Mulyanto Nugroho
This study aims to analyze the relationship between customer relationship learning and service quality at Bank Pembangunan Daerah Jawa Timur Plc, Surabaya Region. This research uses quantitative methods with a descriptive research approach. The population was 1,329 savings customers in 10 locations of the Bank Pembangunan Daerah Jawa Timur Plc network in the Surabaya region, representing the eastern, western, northern and southern regions of Surabaya with 307 respondents.The results showed that customer relationship learning had an effect on the quality of PT Bank Pembangunan's service. The area of East Java Plc in the Surabaya area, this shows that with a customer relationship learning strategy, it will be able to increase service quality. Service quality is the totality of the characteristics of goods and services that demonstrate its ability to satisfy customer needs.