Selected Publications

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  1. Tarmizi, N.A., & Brahmana, R. K. (2022). Environmental performance, political connection, and financial performance: evidence from global oil and gas companies. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, (ahead-of-print). (SSCI IF: 5.190, Scopus, Springer)
  2. Brahmana, R. K., Setiawan, D., & Trinugroho, I. (2022). The impact of government nonmarket policy on a firm’s financial performance: a lesson from COVID-19 pandemic lockdown’s policy. Asia-Pacific Journal of Business Administration, (ahead-of-print).(Scopus, ABS: 1, ABDC: C; Emerald)
  3. Setiawan, D., Asrihapsari, A., Brahmana, R. K., Rizky, H. P., & Widawati, M. W. (2022). Role of Family Ownership in the Relationship between Corporate Social Responsibility and Firm Performance. Complexity2022, 1-9.(IF: 2.833, Scopus, Wiley-Hindawi)
  4. Setiawan, D., Brahmana, R. K., Asrihapsari, A., & Maisaroh, S. (2021). Does a Foreign Board Improve Corporate Social Responsibility?. Sustainability13(20), 11473. (IF: 3.251, Scopus; MDPI)
  5. Brahmana, R. K., & Kontesa, M. (2021). Does clean technology weaken the environmental impact on the financial performance? Insight from global oil and gas companies. Business Strategy and the Environment. (IF: 10.8, ABS:3, ABDC:A, Scopus; Wiley)
  6. Brahmana, R. K., You, H. W., & Lau, E. (2020). Does reputation matter for firm risk in developing country?. International Journal of Finance & Economics(3.070, ABS:3, ABDC:A, Scopus; Wiley)
  7. Brahmana, R. K., & You, H. W. (2021). Do Muslim CEOs and Muslim stakeholders prefer Islamic debt financing?. Global Finance Journal, 100625. (SSCI IF: 2.853; ABS:2, ABDC:A, Scopus; Elsevier)
  8. Gyan, A. K., Brahmana, R., & Bakri, A. K. (2017). Diversification strategy, efficiency, and firm performance: Insight from emerging market. Research in International Business and Finance42, 1103-1114. (IF: 6.143, ABDC: B, ABS: 2, Scopus; Elsevier)
  9. Kontesa, M., Brahmana, R., & Tong, A. H. H. (2021). Narcissistic CEOs and their earnings management. Journal of Management & Governance25(1). (Scopus, ABS: 1, ABDC: C; Springer)
  10. Brahmana, R. K., You, H. W., & Kontesa, M. (2020). Does CEO power matter for the performance of retrenchment strategy?. Journal of Strategy and Management14(1), 1-18. (Scopus, ABS: 1, ABDC: C; Emerald)
  11. Ladime, J., & Brahmana, R. K. (2021). Role of controlling shareholders on the performance of efficient African banks. African Development Review.(Scopus, ABDC: C; Wiley)
  12. Brahmana, R. K., You, H. W., & Yong, X. R. (2020). Divestiture strategy, CEO power and firm performance. Management Research Review. (Scopus, ABS: 1, ABDC: C; Emerald)
  13. Ung, L. J., Brahmana, R. K., & Puah, C. H. (2018). Brokerage fee, ownership expropriation and earnings management of Malaysian property companies. Property Management36(4), 461-482. (Scopus, ABS: 1, ABDC: B; Emerald)
  14. Hashmi, M. A., Brahmana, R. K., & Lau, E. (2018). Political connections, family firms and earnings quality. Management Research Review. (Scopus, ABS: 1, ABDC: C; Emerald)
  15. Brahmana, R., Kontesa, M., & Gilbert, R. E. (2018). Income diversification and bank performance: evidence from Malaysian banks. Economics Bulletin38(2), 799-809. (Scopus, ABS: 1, ABDC: C; Access Econ)
  16. Brahmana, R. K., Setiawan, D., & Hooy, C. W. (2019). Controlling shareholders and the effect of diversification on firm value: evidence from Indonesian listed firms. Journal of Asia Business Studies13(3), 362-383. (Scopus, ABS: 1, ABDC: C; Emerald)
  17. Brahmana, R. K., Loh, H. S., & Kontesa, M. (2020). Market competition, managerial incentives and agency cost. Global Business Review21(4), 937-955. (Scopus, ABS: 1, ABDC: C; Sage)
  18. Brahmana, R. K., Hooy, C. W., & Ahmad, Z. (2012). Weather, investor irrationality and day-of-the-week anomaly: case of Indonesia. Journal of Bioeconomics14(2), 129-146. (Scopus, ABS: 1, ABDC: C; Springer)

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