Yogyakarta – Thursday, October 17, 2019. One of the Doctoral Program students was a candidate for the open doctoral examination in the Master of Science and Doctoral Program at the Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Gadjah Mada (MD FEB UGM). Yunita Anggarini, SE, M.Sc., registered as a student of the Management of Science Doctoral Program and is a Lecturer in the Management Science of STIM YKPN. The dissertation with the title “The Effect of Religiosity on The Elements of Planned Theory of Behavior and Choosing Sharia Banking Products” delivered Yunita Anggarini, SE, M.Sc. officially achieved the 4536th doctoral degree at Universitas Gadjah Mada, and the 275th at the Gadjah Mada University Faculty of Economics and Business with a “very satisfying” predicate. The promoter team consisted of BM. Purwanto, MBA., Ph.D. and Dr. Bayu Sutikno, Cand. Merc., As a co-promoter.
The doctoral promotion open defense was opened by the head of the examiner and assessment team, Eko Suwardi, M.Sc., Ph.D., Dean of the FEB UGM. In addition, the examiner and assessment team, Dr. Sari Winahjoe, S., MBA., Bayu Ari Aritejo, MSi., MM., Ph.D., Prof. Dr. Tulus Haryono, M.Ek., Yulia Arisani W., MBA., Ph.D., and Dr. Suci Pramitasari Syahlani, MM. The promoter team, the testing team, and the assessment team gave questions for an hour-long range to Dr. Yunita Anggarini, M.Sc.
The research aims to examine the effect of religiosity on the formation of theories of planned behavior and on the behavior of choosing sharia banking products. There are three contributions to this research, namely: (i) towards methodological novelty in the form of measurements made at the dimension level (low dimension); (ii) the method of analysis is done in two ways namely directly and indirectly mediated by three elements of the theory of planned behavior (TPB); (iii) not limited to behavioral intentions but actual behavior to choose Islamic banking products. Using a survey method of 500 bank customer respondents in DI. Yogyakarta, Central Java and West Java. The logistic regression results show that the higher the religious behavior of consumers, the attitude towards the behavior of choosing sharia banking products and behavioral control will increase. However, religiosity commitment does not have a significant impact on perceptions of behavioral control. Furthermore, Dr. Yunita Anggarini, M.Sc., suggested that in subsequent studies examine the source of decision initiatives whether sourced from oneself or someone else, am also a question that tests consumer confidence in Islamic banking products.
At the closing ceremony of the open defense doctoral promotion, BM. Purwanto, MBA., Ph.D., as a promoter congratulated and advised Dr. Yunita Anggarini, M.Sc., to immediately publish her research in an internationally reputable journal. (RP)