• Front
  • Research & Publications
  • Media Library
  • Editorial team

Share This News

Effect of Education, Size of Business, and Length of Business on Use of Accounting Information

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on whatsapp
Share on email
Share on print

Editorial team

Hasan Taswin Arief, S.Sos

Latest news

Effect of Education, Size of Business, and Length of Business on Use of Accounting Information

This study aims to analyze educational influence, size of business and length of business on the use of accounting information. The method of determining the sample used in this study is the Slovin method in order to obtain 63 samples. The results showed that simultaneously education, business size and length of business had a significant effect on the use of accounting information. Education and length of business partially have a significant effect on the use of accounting information. Business size has no significant effect on the use of accounting information. The coefficient of determination (R2) indicates that all independent variables, namely education, business size, and length of business have a joint contribution of 77% to the dependent variable, namely the use of accounting information, while the rest is influenced by other factors outside of this research model.

Keywords: Education, Business Size, Length of Business, Use of Accounting Information.

Author: Dewi Anggraini, Jhon Daniel Thorp
Journal: http://jurnal.usahid.ac.id/index.php/accounting/issue/view/51

Subscribe
Notify of
guest
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments