THE EFFECT OF EARNINGS PER SHARE, BOOK VALUE AND SYSTEMATIC RISK ON EQUITY VALUATION IN MANUFACTURING COMPANY LISTED ON INDONESIAN STOCK EXCHANGE FOR THE YEAR 2011-2014

Muslim Abdul Djalil, Mirza Tabrani, Jalaluddin Jalaluddin
2016 Proceedings of the 25th International Academic Conference, OECD Headquarters, Paris   unpublished
The objectives of this research are to measure the partial and simultaneous influence of : the Earning Per Share (EPS) on Equity Valuation, Book Value on Equity Valuation, and Systematic Risk on Equity Valuation. With a quantitative model employed, the data collected in this research are hence based on secondary sources of which are derived from audited financial statements published by the capital market reference centre at the Indonesia Stock Exchange. The research used random sampling method
more » ... in selecting the researched sample. From the population of all manufacturing companies of 2011-2014 that consistently listed in Indonesian Stock Exchange, it was selected 96 mixed manufacturing companies as the research sample. This research used multiple linear regression equation to test the researched hypotheses and employed SPSS statistical software for data processing. The outcome of research indicated Valuation in the context of a combined type of manufacturing companies as a theoretical research framework with data sample from a listed manufacturing companies' audited financial statements as far as the researcher's concerned is the novelty of this research. The major limitations of the research that it does not reflect deeply the performance of the industry and unable to capture the individual managerial perceptions involved in the industry
doi:10.20472/iac.2016.025.016 fatcat:24pi3doawvatnb3tipu5c5ghai