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Jurnal Ekonomi Pembangunan : Kajian Masalah Ekonomi dan Pembangunan
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ISSN (Print) 1411-6081 - ISSN (Online) 2460-9331
Published by Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta Homepage  [34 journals]
  • Factors Affecting Farmer's Decision in Converting The Function of
           Agricultural Lands

    • Authors: Atika Fikri Tsani, Yunastiti Purwaningsih, Akhmad Daerobi
      Pages: 1 - 11
      Abstract: This study aims to analyze the factors that affect farmer’s decision in converting the function of their agricultural lands. The factors are: farmer’s age, education level, total number of family members, the area of agricultural lands, income, and location of agricultural land. This study is conducted in Depok sub-district, Sleman district, Yogyakarta, as an area with high rate agricultural land function conversion, marked by the decrease in the area of agricultural land. This study is conducted using survey method, with farmers who decide to convert the function of their agricultural land and farmers who do not as unit analysis. The data is analyzed using logistic regression. The analysis result shows that farmer’s age and agricultural land location have negative effect on the decision to convertagricultural land function, education level and total numbers of family members have positive effect, and the area of agricultural lands and income have no significant effect on the decision to convert the function of agricultural lands
      PubDate: 2018-05-09
      DOI: 10.23917/jep.v19i1.4435
      Issue No: Vol. 19, No. 1 (2018)
       
  • Can a School Operational Assistance Fund Program (BOS) Reduce School
           Drop-Outs During The Post-Rising Fuel Prices In Indonesia' Evidence
           From Indonesia

    • Authors: Bayu Kharisma
      Pages: 12 - 23
      Abstract: This study aims to analyze the impact of school operational assistance fund program (BOS program) on the dropout rate during the post-rising fuel prices using Indonesian Family Life Survey (IFLS) and difference in difference approach. The results showed that the impact of BOS on the dropout rate of students aged 7-15 years during the period investigated in this study was lower than those who did not receive BOS fund, but it was not statistically significant. In the meantime, if the account of the research is to be limited to the influenc e of students aged 16-20 years who had previously received the benefit of  BOS, it shows that BOS program had a positive influence to the dropout rates. However, children aged 16-20 years who had not previously received benefits BOS negatively affect the dropout rates. Based on this fact, the benefit of the BOS following the fuel price hike in Indonesia during the research period did not seem to be particularly effective in lowering the dropout rate.
      PubDate: 2018-05-09
      DOI: 10.23917/jep.v18i2.4942
      Issue No: Vol. 19, No. 1 (2018)
       
  • The Highest Retail Price (HET) of Subsidized Fertilizer at the Farmer’s
           Level in South Sumatra Rice Farming, Indonesia

    • Authors: Elisa Wildayana, M. Yamin Hasan, M. Edi Armanto, Imron Zahri, Dessy Adriani, Ranty Fitria Sari, Nursittah Nursittah, Fitri Lestari, Reszki Oktavia
      Pages: 24 - 35
      Abstract: The research objective is to analyze the subsidized fertilizer price (HET) at the hand of farmers of rice farming in South Sumatra province. The sampling method was disproportionate stratified random sampling with four land typologies. The field data were collected through observation, interviews with respondents. The use amount of fertilizers on all typologies effected significantly different to rice yields. In the lebak ricefields, the influence of Urea, NPKPhonska and KCl together effected significantly different, but not significantly different for each use of fertilizers. The use cost of Urea affected rice yields and income of farmers significantly different for all ricefields. Eligible HET price received by farmers has to be lower than the real HET price. Determination eligible HET price has to consider soil productivity and accessibility (dam, water gates, water pump, road, infrastructure, local retail and others).
      PubDate: 2018-05-09
      DOI: 10.23917/jep.v19i1.5137
      Issue No: Vol. 19, No. 1 (2018)
       
  • The Impact of Microcredit Interest Subsidy Accessibility on Paddy
           Farms' Performance

    • Authors: Iman Widhiyanto, Nunung Nuryartono, Harianto Harianto, Hermanto Siregar
      Pages: 36 - 49
      Abstract: Capital is required in farm to buy input such as fertilizer, pesticide, seed, land rent, labor wage, and to adopt the latest technology. To ease the burden of loan interest and to increase the access of farm to formal credit, the government provides interest subsidy for Food Security and Energy Credit (Kredit Ketahanan Pangan dan Energi, KKP-E). This study was aimed to analyze the impact of accessing KKP-E on paddy farms’ performance. The methods used in this study are descriptive analysis and propensity score matching model. Accessibility of KKP-E in research location was able to increase fertilizer use of 16.98 percent, pesticide use of 40.23 percent, labor outside farm household use of 43.08 percent, production of 58 percent, productivity of 23.64 percent, and farm profit of 84.5 percent. This quite high increase in percentage was due to the reason that farm business scale in this study was categorized as small-scale business.
      PubDate: 2018-05-09
      DOI: 10.23917/jep.v19i1.5505
      Issue No: Vol. 19, No. 1 (2018)
       
  • How Sensitivity of Energy Intake to Fuel Price Change: Evidence from
           Central Java

    • Authors: Agus Widarjono
      Pages: 50 - 63
      Abstract: Because of high world oil prices during 2008-2013, the government must adjust domestic fuel price several times. One of the fuel price adjustments occurred in 2013. The increase in fuel prices caused high inflation. The purpose of this study is to analyze the impact of rising fuel prices on calorie consumption as a main source of energy intake  in Central Java Province. The results of this study indicate that calorie income elasticity increased both in urban and rural areas after the increase in fuel price. However, urban households are more responsive than rural households. An increase in calorie income elasticity means that households must allocate more expenditure on food consumption in order to fulfill minimum energy intake. These findings imply that cash transfer policies such as direct cash transfer for poor households known as BLT as well as rice policy for poor households as called Raskin are very effective to maintain minimum calorie intake during price crisis.
      PubDate: 2018-07-02
      DOI: 10.23917/jep.v19i1.5634
      Issue No: Vol. 19, No. 1 (2018)
       
  • Sector-Specific and Spatial-Specific Multipliers in Indonesian Economy:
           World Input-Output Analysis

    • Authors: Muchdie Muchdie, M Nurrasyidin
      Pages: 64 - 79
      Abstract: This article discusses on sectoral-specific and spatial-specific multipliers in Indonesian economy using 6-country-30 sector input-output tables for the year 2000, 2005, 2010 and 2014. The result shows that firstly, in all years, there were 20 sectors with total output multipliers more than 2. Flow-on effects were higher than initial effects. These sectors should be prioritized if increasing of total output is the objective of Indonesian economic development as total output will be created with less intial efforts.  Secondly, in the year of 2000, average percentage of multipliers occurred in own-sector was 56.23 per cent, and increase slightly in 2005 (57.38%) dan 2010 (58.93%), but decrease in 2014 (57.98%). Correlation between total output multipliers and percentage of multipliers occurred in other-sector was positive and very strong. The higher total output multipliers, the higher percentage of multipliers occurred in other-sector. Thirdly, in the year of 2000, average percentage of multipliers occurred in other-countries was 21.34 per cent and decrease slightly in 2005 (20.22%) and 2010 (18.14%), but increase in 2014 (20.55%). Correlation between total output multipliers and percentage of multipliers occurred in other-countries were positive and very strong. The higher total output multipliers, the higher multipliers occurred in other-countries. 
      PubDate: 2018-07-02
      DOI: 10.23917/jep.v19i1.5661
      Issue No: Vol. 19, No. 1 (2018)
       
  • Contemporary Studies on Suburban (Indonesia) Today: Critique on
           Classical-Neoclassical Regional Economics Based Institutional Economics
           Perspectives

    • Authors: Pitri Yandri, D.S. Priyarsono, Akhmad Fauzi, Arya Hadi Dharmawan
      Pages: 80 - 93
      Abstract: The current trend shows that the growth of suburban area is increasingly massif, both its total areas as well as quantity. However, the phenomenon is not followed with the attention of researchers to conduct the study on it. Even if there is, their attention escape on an important approach in the analysis. Their analysis rests on old theories which assume that the space planning and land just triggered by the company's and household’s behavior. Nonetheless, the fact remains that land use planning involves complex functions of institution. Therefore, this brief article reports the results of a literature review about the condition of suburban areas in Indonesia. The approach is conducted by critical review using institutional analysis to elaborate classical and neoclassical regional economic theories, as well as comparing and synthesizing the literature. To sharpen the argument, I also present the relevant descriptive data. Through institutional perspective, I argue that the real question of land use planning and its development in the suburbs exists beyond land and infrastructure issues.
      PubDate: 2018-07-02
      DOI: 10.23917/jep.v19i1.5701
      Issue No: Vol. 19, No. 1 (2018)
       
  • Impact of FDI, COP, and Inflation to Export in Five ASEAN Countries

    • Authors: Nanda Adhi Purusa, Nurul Istiqomah
      Pages: 94 - 101
      Abstract: The effects of foreign direct investment (FDI), crude oil price and inflation on the export are mainly examined in the case of Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam by using data from 2000 to 2015. These countries have opportunity to increased prosperity in the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC). Therefore, increasing productivity and international trading are important for each country. This study employed panel data model in the analyses and the findings show that Fixed Effect Model with Generalized Least Square method is implemented.  Hence, using this method is determined by likelihood test and Hausman test. The statistical tests in this study consist of partial coefficient test, stimulant, and coefficient of determination. The result shows that FDI and crude oil price have positive effect and significant on export, but inflation has negative effect and significant on export. Constant value shows that each country has the difference condition. Simple bureaucracy is needed to increased efficiency that will attract foreign investors to invest their fund and the discovery of alternative energy and new production technique can increase a country productivity significantly in producing goods or services for both domestic and export-oriented.
      PubDate: 2018-07-02
      DOI: 10.23917/jep.v19i1.5832
      Issue No: Vol. 19, No. 1 (2018)
       
  • The Economic and Sharia Value of Moslem’s Awareness for Halal Food
           in Indonesia

    • Authors: Indah Susilowati, Edy Edy Riyanto, Mayanggita Kirana, Izza Mafruhah, Alias Radam
      Pages: 102 - 113
      Abstract: The concept of halal products or foods is now gaining a worldwide discussion due to its recognition as an alternative benchmark for safety, hygiene and quality assurance of what we consume or drink daily. For a moslem consumer, halal foods and drinks means that the products has met the requirements laid down by the Shariah law. It represents the symbol of hygiene, quality and safety product when produced strictly under the Holistic Halal Assurance Management System. It is expected with halal certification to ensure the halal of food consumed by moslem in Indonesia could increase the sharia and economic values for the moslem in Indonesia. Indonesia is a huge market for halal product, and has just legalized regulation on halal product guarantee. The recent dynamics urge the importance of knowledge of consumer’s behavior on halal product. This study is aimed to explore an economic and sharia values of moslem awareness in Indonesia with a pilot project in Semarang City. The standard of halal used are defined from the points of: (1) input or material come from; (2) how to get the input; (3) how to process the input; (4) how to store the input; (5) how to transportage the input; and (6) how to package and serve the input. Mixed-method of quantitative and qualitative had been invoked to analyse the data.The results indicated that the level of awarness for consuming the halal food are vary among the moslem community by her/ his income- and sharia-stratum as perceived by them. It is hardly difficult to aware people of A-B-G-C accordingly for halal food in such high intense of diversity in community in short-term. Of course, a lot of efforts and strong committment among the stakeholders is indeed needed to ensure the halal food consumed by moslem in Indonesia.
      PubDate: 2018-05-09
      DOI: 10.23917/jep.v19i1.5859
      Issue No: Vol. 19, No. 1 (2018)
       
  • Analysis of Financial Inclusion Toward Poverty and Income Inequality

    • Authors: Ikrima Zaleda Zia, P. Eko Prasetyo
      Pages: 114 - 125
      Abstract: The objective of this study is to analyze the relationship and the influence of financial inclusion toward poverty alleviation and income inequality in Indonesia. The analysis methods in this study were Index Inclusion and regression-correlation of panel data. The variable of financial inclusion was obtained from Index of Financial Inclusion (IFI) value measured by dimensions; banking penetration, banking services availability, and the use of banking services. The data was time series from 2014-2016 and cross section from 33 provinces in Indonesia obtained from Bank Indonesia, Financial Service Authority, and Central Bureau Statistics. The results showed; (1) most provinces in Indonesia had moderate financial inclusion level, (2) financial inclusion had a negative and significant relationship and influence toward poverty. (3) financial inclusion had a positive and not significant relationship with income inequality, but it had a negative and significant influence toward income inequality. It means that financial inclusion can reduce poverty, but it has not been able to reduce the economic gap of society well.
      PubDate: 2018-07-02
      DOI: 10.23917/jep.v19i1.5879
      Issue No: Vol. 19, No. 1 (2018)
       
 
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