Membangun Hubungan Berkelanjutan Sektor UMKM dan Perbankan

Basir S, Maretha Ika Prajawati

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SMEs hope that their relationship with banks will provide them with ease in
accessing capital and financing accordingly, with reasonable costs and conditions,
where they expect a mutually beneficial and sustainable relationship in the future. The loyalty of SMEs in using banking services, the length of their relationship and
reciprocal relationship shows that SMEs benefit from this relationship. One key
element in their relationship is mutual trust. The results of the research show that trust affects effective commitment (affective commitment). Social bonding to affective commitment has a positive and significant effect on affective commitment. Affective commitment has a positive impact on behavioral intention. Attractive alternatives in their role of affective commitment and behavioral intention show that the variable attractive of alternative can strengthen the relationship of affective commitment and
behavioral intention.
Original languageIndonesian
Pages (from-to)147-166
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 2020


  • trust
  • affective commitment
  • behavioral intention
  • attractive of alternative

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