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Social Capital and Quality of Education in Fajar University Makassar

This study aims to determine social capital in quality of education at Fajar University Makassar. This research uses descriptive qualitative method, with research subject that is element of leadership, lecturer, staff and student. Sampling technique is purposive sampling method. Technique of collecting data by observation, interview and documentation. Data analysis by reducing data, presenting data and drawing conclusions. Test data validity using source and method triangulation. The elements of social capital studied are 1) the network consists of a solid relationship, cooperation and the use of social media as a means of liaison. 2) beliefs consisting of honesty, openness, and public interest, 3) institutions ie religious values, discipline, neatness and lecture contracts
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The Influence of Good Corporate Governance, and Quality of Audit Against the Integrity of the Financial Statements

This study aimed to analyze the influence of corporate governance and quality audits that could affect the integrity of the financial statements on companies listed in the Indonesia Stock Exchange. The integrity of the financial statements is defined as the extent to which the financial statements show a true and honest information. Factors corporate governance and quality audit analyzed its impact on the integrity of the financial statements include the audit committees, independent directors, board size, institutional ownership , managerial ownership and the quality of KAP. This research was conducted with quantitative methods on the financial statements of manufacturing companies listed in Indonesia Stock Exchange during the period 2010-2013. The total sample is 24 companies determined through purposive sampling method. Results showed that not all consistent with the hypothesis and significant effect. However, audit committees, independent directors, board size, and quality of KAP shown to have a significant influence on increasing the integrity of the financial statements.