Analysis of the Use of Electronic Money in Efforts to Support the Less Cash Society

Dwi . Wulandari, Thomas Soseco, Bagus Shandy Narmaditya


Technological developments have had an impact on all aspects of life including changes to existing payment systems. Electronic money (E-Money) is a non cash payment instrument in addition to credit cards and debit cards. E-money offers advantages over debit cards and credit cards that give the ease, speed, and efficiency. The issue discussed in this research covers the intensity of the use of e-money, the volume of transactions, preferences, and perceptions about the use of e-money at the Faculty of Economics, State University of Malang. This study used a qualitative approach. The findings showed that only a small portion of the respondents (17.07%) has already been used BRIZZI card as a means of payment. Majority of students simply do as much as 3-5 times transaction per month. The volume of transactions in using E-money is still low. Student preference to use BRIZZI is relatively small. Most of the respondents supported less cash society because they believe it will promote economic growth and stability.

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