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The Impact of Internal Factor Analysis Summary (IFAS) and Competing Power on Performance in the Life Insurance Industry: The Mediating Role of Competitive Advantage

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  • Dewi, Ratna
  • Mahmud, Amir
  • Jamali, Hisnol

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This research aim to test and analyze the impact of internal factor analysis summary (IFAS) and competing power on performance in the life insurance industry in Makassar (Indonesia): The mediating role of competitive advantage. This study uses 60 employees of insurance companies at the manager level. Path analysis results provide evidence that the internal factor analysis summary (IFAS) and competitiveness significantly influence the competitive advantage and performance in the life insurance industry. The role of competitive advantage proved able to mediate the effect of internal factor analysis summary (IFAS) in improving the performance in the life insurance industry. The different conditions with competitive advantages that cannot increase the competing power against performance in the life insurance industry

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  • Dewi, Ratna & Mahmud, Amir & Jamali, Hisnol, 2018. "The Impact of Internal Factor Analysis Summary (IFAS) and Competing Power on Performance in the Life Insurance Industry: The Mediating Role of Competitive Advantage," OSF Preprints aeqzy, Center for Open Science.
  • Handle: RePEc:osf:osfxxx:aeqzy
    DOI: 10.31219/osf.io/aeqzy
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