International Journal of Management, Economic, Business and Accounting <p>International Journal of Management, Economic, Business and Accounting (IJMEBA) ; ISSN 2962-0953 - publishes both theoretical as well as empirical articles related to the development and the dynamics of the world wide economy. Specific research areas or fields covered by IJMEBA include, but are not limited to: economic globalization challenges, digitalization of the economy, e-commerce and fintech, development of rural and village economies, development of creative economies, international trade and finance, public fiscal and finance, macroprudential and monetary economics, financial services institutions, financial penetration and financial inclusion, sharia economics and finance, food security and agricultural transformation, energy security and renewable energy, infrastructure and domestic connectivity, maritime economic development, revitalization of manufacturing and economic competitiveness, empowerment of SMEs and cooperatives, tourism development, and labor and demography.</p> <p>Please send the manuscript to the editorial, before submitting it to the system. Funds will be checked early by the editorial (initial reviewer), if the editorial decides to accept the manuscript then it will be submitted to the system.</p> en-US (PT. Berkah Digital Teknologi) (Eman Sulaiman) Sat, 20 Jan 2024 13:23:11 +0700 OJS 60 Analysis of Servant Leadership on Employee Performance: An Empirical Study in Oil Palm Companies <p><strong>Purpose of the study —</strong><em> The focus of the research is to investigate and evaluate the influence of servant leadership on employee performance in South Kalimantan palm oil enterprises, incorporating organizational citizenship behaviors as the intervening variable.</em></p> <p><em><strong>Research method—</strong> This study employed a proportional random sampling technique involving 78 employees in palm oil companies in South Kalimantan. To evaluate the model, Structured Equation Modelling (SEM) was applied. </em></p> <p><em><strong>Result— </strong>The results reveal that servant leadership has a positive impact on employee performance and organizational citizenship behaviors. Additionally, as hypothesized, organizational citizenship behavior partially mediates the relationship between servant leadership and employee performance</em></p> <p><strong>Conclusion— </strong><em>These findings provide insights and a better understanding of how servant leadership plays a significant role in affecting employee performance in the organization, especially in the palm oil companies in South Kalimantan</em></p> Dahniar, Mohammad Adhiya Riswandha, Mohammad Yudy Rachman Copyright (c) 2024 International Journal of Management, Economic, Business and Accounting Sat, 20 Jan 2024 00:00:00 +0700 Model Antecedents of Halal Tourism: A Review <p><strong>Purpose of the study</strong> — The purpose of this study was to examine the antecedents of halal tourism and their implications for destination development and marketing. <br><strong>Research method</strong>— The research method employed was a systematic literature review, which involved searching and analyzing relevant scholarly articles and publications.<br><strong>Result</strong>— The results of the study revealed several key findings. Destination attributes, including halal-friendly facilities and services, emerged as crucial factors in attracting Muslim travelers. Effective marketing and promotion strategies, infrastructure and services, cultural and religious considerations, and socio-economic factors were also identified as significant determinants of halal tourism. These findings contribute to a better understanding of the factors that shape the growth and success of halal tourism<br><strong>Conclusion</strong>— The antecedents of halal tourism play a vital role in attracting and satisfying the needs of Muslim travelers. Destinations and tourism stakeholders should consider these factors in their planning, development, and marketing efforts to tap into the growing halal tourism market. The practical implications of this study suggest that investing in halal-friendly facilities, implementing targeted marketing strategies, and respecting cultural and religious practices can enhance the competitiveness and sustainability of destinations in the halal tourism industry.</p> Erwan Iskandar, Eman Sulaiman Copyright (c) 2024 International Journal of Management, Economic, Business and Accounting Tue, 30 Jan 2024 00:00:00 +0700