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Determinants of Financial Literacy and Digital Literacy on Financial Performance in Driving Post-Pandemic Economic Recovery  

Dura, Justita (Institut Teknologi dan Bisnis Asia Malang)
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Journal of Contemporary Eastern Asia / v.21, no.2, 2022 , pp. 47-68 More about this Journal
Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (East Java, Indonesia) are one of the businesses that drive developing nations' economies with various challenges, particularly in finance and digitalization. The impact of financial literacy and the use of digitalization can affect the recording and reporting of company performance. This is quantitative research, and the population in this research is SMEs in East Java, with 401 SMEs from various businesses for the sample used. This research uses the primary data method of SMEs in East Java with the Structural Equation Model as a data analysis tool. The results showed a significant relationship between financial literacy and financial performance, and digital literacy was based on financial performance. However, digital literacy could not moderate financial literacy with the financial performance of East Java SMEs. Much of the untapped potential in this study was adopted from financial governance and digitalization. It is hoped that the subsequent study will examine other phenomena on the variables used in the post-pandemic.
Financial literacy; Digital literacy; Financial performance; SMEs; Pandemic;
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