Journal Description

Journal of Enterprise and Development (JED) is an international open-access journal published by the Faculty of Islamic Economics and Business of Universitas Islam Negeri (UIN) Mataram. This journal is published half-yearly in June and December. The journal aims to be a platform that publishes and disseminates ideas and research on economics, finance, business, entrepreneurship, and tourism throughout the world.


Journal of Enterprise and Development (JED) has been indexed by several indexing services: Index CopernicusGoogle ScholarDimensionsWorldCatBielefeld Academic Search Engine (BASE)Durham UniversityMorarefNelitiCrossRefIndonesia OneSearchSemantic ScholarDirectory of Research Journals Indexing (DRJI)European Scientific Journal Index (ESJI)Directory of Open Access Scholarly Resources (ROAD), and Garba Rujukan Digital (GARUDA).


 (p-ISSN: 2715-3118 |e-ISSN: 2685-8258)

Vol 3 No 2 (2021): December

All 6 articles in this issue were authored and co-authored by 16 authors from Indonesia, India, Thailand, Nigeria, and Malaysia

Published: Dec 1, 2021

EFFECT OF SERVICE QUALITY PT. CROSS MARGA SEDAYA ON CONSUMER SATISFACTION IN USE E-TOLL CARD ON CIPALI TOLL ROAD

58-70
Endah Budiastuti, Nindiya Agustin
Read Statistic: 50

COVID 19: THE ECONOMIC COLLAPSE IN INDIA

71-80
Rakhi Arora, Sonal Purohit, Shikha Agarwal
Read Statistic: 34

CONSUMER DECISION MAKING ANALYSIS FOR CREATING COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE OF SMALL SIZED PRIVATE TUTORIAL BUSINESS IN LAMPANG

81-97
Yadarat Inthakhan, Pusanisa Thechatakerng, Preeda Srinaruewan, Sirikul Tulasombat
Read Statistic: 31

THE INFLUENCE OF INTERESTS, ATTITUDES, AND KNOWLEDGE ON ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS OF HAMZANWADI UNIVERSITY STUDENTS

98-112
Muhammad Ali, Nurji Nurji
Read Statistic: 27

EXPLORING THE INTERACTION OF TRADE OPENNESS, INCOME INEQUALITY, AND POVERTY IN NIGERIA

113-130
Olukayode Emmanuel Maku, Jimoh Sina Ogede, Oluwaseyi Adedayo Adelowokan, Bamidele Olaitan Oshinowo
Read Statistic: 41

SOCIAL MEDIA EFFECTS ON PERCEPTIONS OF GRADUATE STUDENTS’ ENTREPRENEURIAL INTENTIONS

131-151
Ifrah Laiq
Read Statistic: 38
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