About the Journal
Jurnal Tata Kelola dan Akuntabilitas Keuangan Negara or JTAKEN (Journal of State Finance Governance and Accountability) with registered number ISSN 2460-3937 (print), ISSN 2549-452X (online) is a scientific journal published by the Directorate of Research and Development, The Audit Board of Republic of Indonesia (Badan Pemeriksa Keuangan RI). This journal was first published in 2015. For the development of JTAKEN, since 2019 JTAKEN has collaborated with The Institute of State Finance Auditor (Institut Pemeriksa Keuangan Negara, IPKN). The IPKN is a professional organization for state finance auditors aimed at developing and utilizing the potential of auditors for the interests of the nation and state.
JTAKEN is dedicated to publishing, disseminating, and supporting the implementation of BPK's mandate and strategic objectives through scientific papers, add sources of reference on governance and state finance responsibilities, and encouraging research in the field of governance and accountability of state finances.
Each submitted article will be reviewed by at least two reviewers. This journal publishes two numbers in one volume each year, with 6 articles in each number. This journal has been accredited by the Ministry of Research and Technology/National Research and Innovation Agency Republic of Indonesia (Peringkat 2) since the year 2016 and has been updated to 2024 according to the decree No. 200/M/KPT/2020.
This journal broad scope provides a platform to publish primary research and non-research (review articles) related to state finances in areas of:
- Accounting (public sector accounting)
- Governance and accountability
- Public administration policy
- State finance law
Rereading the Mathnawi of Mawlana Jalal Al Din Rumi from the standpoint of ethics management in the public sectorArticle Metrics: Abstract Views 0 times, PDF Downloaded 0 times
Assessing the development of performance audit methodology in the supreme audit institution: The case of IndonesiaArticle Metrics: Abstract Views 0 times, PDF Downloaded 0 times
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Analysis of regional financial independence, potential for growth, and health services: A case study of regencies/cities in South SulawesiArticle Metrics: Abstract Views 0 times, PDF Downloaded 0 times
Analysis of the RBA implementation and the preparation of an audit program at the Ministry of Villages, Development of Disadvantaged Regions and TransmigrationArticle Metrics: Abstract Views 0 times, PDF Downloaded 0 times
The effect of audit cost, information technology, and auditor's competence on audit quality during the COVID-19 PandemicArticle Metrics: Abstract Views 0 times, PDF Downloaded 0 times
The effect of audit opinions, implementation of audit recommendations, and findings of state losses on corruption levels in the ministries and institutions of the Republic of IndonesiaArticle Metrics: Abstract Views 0 times, PDF Downloaded 0 times