Factors Affecting Residual Business Outcomes and Impact on Quality of Financing Cooperatives

R. Susanto Hendiarto, Vincentia Wahju Widajatun, Neneng Susanti

This study was conducted to determine the factors of the number of members, business volume, and assets against the remaining business outcomes and impact on the quality of the concern. This research uses quantitative methods with an associative analysis approach. The research Unit used in this study is the cooperative for the loan in Subang Regency period 2017-2019. Pupulation in this research is all the cooperatives that are registered in the Department of Cooperatives and SMES regency of Subang, amounting to 35. The sampling techniques in this study are based on non probability sampling methods using a purposive sampling approach. The study found in equation models I all independent variables have an influence on SHU and the equation model II it is known that all independent variables have an influence on the remainder of quality. Furthermore, partial testing showed that there was no significant influence between the variable number of members on the remainder of the business, while the volume of business and assets owned by partial cooperatives had the influence significant to the remainder of the business. The study also found that the remaining variables of the business results had a significant influence on the quality of the concern.

Volume 12 | Issue 6

Pages: 833-839

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V12I6/S20201099