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DOI: 10.14704/nq.2022.20.5.NQ22176

Effect of Basic Ethical Principles on the Quality of Assessment (Study on Appraisers in North Sumatra and Aceh Provinces)

Suprapto, Elisabet Siahaan and Iskandar Muda

Abstract

This study examines the influence of fundamental ethical principles on the quality of assessment by using five compounds of basic ethical principles, namely integrity, Objectivity, Competence, Confidentiality, and Professional Behavior, as independent variables, while quality is a dependent variable. The population in this study is 31 (thirty-one) Public Assessment Service Offices (KJPP) registered in the Provinces of North Sumatra and Aceh in 2021, with a total number of appraisers as many as 178 people who are willing to fill out questionnaires, so the sample selection method used is the saturated sample method/census. The population in this study was 178 appraisers, and all of them were used as samples. The analysis method uses multiple linear regression, F test, T-test, and determination coefficient test (R2) with a classical assumption test research model. The results of this study, both partially and simultaneously, integrity, Objectivity, Competence, Confidentiality, and Professional Behavior have a positive and significant effect on the quality of assessment. The principle of professional conduct is a component of the basic code of ethics that has the strongest positive and significant influence on the quality of judgment. The result of the analysis of the coefficient of determination is 51.4%, of which there are still 48.6% explained by other factors.

Keywords

Appraiser, Basic Principles of Ethics, Quality of Assessment.

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