PENGARUH EDUKASI PASAR MODAL TERHADAP PERSEPSI RISIKO DAN MINAT BERINVESTASI MASYARAKAT

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Title PENGARUH EDUKASI PASAR MODAL TERHADAP PERSEPSI RISIKO DAN MINAT BERINVESTASI MASYARAKAT
 
Creator Dewi, Pratiwi
 
Description The majority of our society is not yet aware of the benefits of investing. They emphasize more importance to support life now without understanding the future. In Indonesia, based on data as of December 2018, only around 1,617,367 million were approved as independent shareholders in the Indonesian Central Securities Depository. The ratio is not even up to 0.5 percent of the total population of Indonesia. Market information and market knowledge are the main things. Today many countries agree to investment plans that want to increase domestic and international investment. This study aims to reveal the effect of capital market education on risk perceptions and community investment interests. Researchers want to look at the factors that influence the interest of investing in the community who incidentally do not have experience in investing in the stock market capital. This study uses primary data that is a questionnaire collected from participants, using a quasi-experimental technique in which participants are people who take part in voluntary capital market school activities at the Indonesian Stock Exchange KP Denpasar. The method of processing data uses path analysis. The results of this study capital market education has a positive influence on people's perceptions of interest and investment interest. While the perception does not have an interest in the interests of investing in the community.
Mayoritas masyarakat kita belum menyadari manfaat dari berinvestasi. Mereka cenderung lebih mementingkan untuk menjalani hidup sekarang tanpa memikirkan masa depan. Di Indonesia, berdasarkan data per Desember 2018, tercatat hanya sekitar 1.617.367 juta penduduk yang terdaftar sebagai pemegang saham independen di Kustodian Sentral Efek Indonesia. Rasionya bahkan tidak sampai 0,5 persen dari total penduduk Indonesia. Kurangnya informasi dan pengetahuan tentang pasar modal menjadi hal utama kurang majunya pasar modal Indonesia. Sekarang ini banyak negara menerapkan kebijaksanaan yang bertujuan meningkatkan investasi baik domestik maupun modal asing. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengungkap pengaruh edukasi pasar modal terhadap persepsi risiko dan minat berinvestasi masyarakat. Peneliti ingin melihat faktor-faktor yang mempengaruhi minat berinvestasi masyarakat yang notabene belum memiliki experience dalam berinvestasi saham di pasar modal. Penelitian ini menggunakan data primer yaitu kuisioner yang dikumpulkan dari partisipan, dengan menggunakan teknik kuasi eksperimen dimana partisipan adalah masyarakat yang mengikuti kegiatan sekolah pasar modal secara sukarela di Bursa Efek Indonesia KP Denpasar. Metode pengolahan data menggunakan path analysis. Hasil dari penelitian ini edukasi pasar modal memberikan pengaruh positif terhadap persepsi risiko dan minat berinvestasi masyarakat. Sedangkan persepsi risiko tidak memiliki pengaruh terhadap minat berinvestasi masyarakat.
 
Publisher Fakultas Ekonomi, Program Studi Akuntansi, Universitas Warmadewa
 
Date 2020-07-06
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://www.ejournal.warmadewa.ac.id/index.php/krisna/article/view/1848
10.22225/kr.12.1.1848.75-83
 
Source KRISNA: Kumpulan Riset Akuntansi; Vol. 12 No. 1 (2020); 75-83
2599-1809
2301-8879
10.22225/kr.12.1
 
Language ind
 
Relation https://www.ejournal.warmadewa.ac.id/index.php/krisna/article/view/1848/1470
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2020 KRISNA: Kumpulan Riset Akuntansi
 

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