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JEJAK : Jurnal Ekonomi dan Kebijakan     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
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Jurnal Pendidikan Fisika Indonesia (Indonesian J. of Physics Education)     Open Access   (Followers: 2)
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ISSN (Print) 2252-6560 - ISSN (Online) 2502-2725
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  • Testing of the Phillips Curve in Indonesia

    • Authors: Mochamad Choirul Anwar, Avi Budi Setiawan
      Pages: 125 - 135
      Abstract: This study aims to determine how the results of Phillips theory testing in 34 provinces in Indonesia based on the main sectors contributing to the GRDP. The analytical method used in this study is Product Moment correlation analysis to determine the relationship between the inflation rate variable and the unemployment rate variable. The data used in this study are data on open unemployment and inflation rates taken in 34 provinces in Indonesia from 2014-2018. The results of this study indicate there is no Phillips curve pattern in 34 provinces in Indonesia. The inflation rate variable and the unemployment rate variable in 34 provinces in Indonesia based on the main sectors contributing to the GRDP have a positive but very weak relationship with a correlation value of 0.1089. The problem of price volatility (inflation) contributes, although not significantly to the emergence of the unemployment problem. Government policies are needed to control inflation and reduce unemployment rates such as fuel subsidies, corporate tax reductions, export tax reductions, and control of raw material prices considering that the results of this study indicate that rising inflation will be followed by an increase in unemployment.
      PubDate: 2020-07-26
      DOI: 10.15294/edaj.v9i2.38389
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 2 (2020)
  • Improving Regional Fiscal Capacity in Central Java Province Indonesia

    • Authors: Shanty Oktavilia, Fafurida Fafurida, Yozi Aulia Rahman, Ririn Bella Silvia
      Pages: 136 - 143
      Abstract: This study discusses the development of fiscal capacity in Central Java, Indonesia. The purpose of this study is to analyze internal and external factors that increase regional fiscal capacity, and formulate strategies by analyzing internal and external elements to obtain four alternative strategies namely 'strength - opportunity' strategy, 'strength - threat' strategy, 'weakness - opportunity' strategy and Strategy for 'weaknesses - threats'. This study uses secondary data to analyze indicators of regional fiscal capacity and primary data collected through focused discussions, to analyze strategies. The results of the analysis indicate that there are several main strategies to increase regional fiscal in Central Java Province, namely the program of intensification and extensification of regional taxes; improving the quality of human resources with special competencies in the field of taxation; synergy and internal coordination between regional government institutions; improvement of the supervision system for taxpayers; realizing clear and legal regional regulations, simplifying the mechanism for managing investment licenses in Central Java and optimizing regional revenues through modernizing the collection of taxes and levies by utilizing technology. Modernization of increasing regional fiscal capacity will encourage the achievement of equitable regional revenue, increase public participation, administrative efficiency, consistent law enforcement, and improve the level of public confidence in the implementation of good governance.
      PubDate: 2020-07-26
      DOI: 10.15294/edaj.v9i2.35094
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 2 (2020)
  • Determinant of Willingness to Pay Health Insurance Contribution to
           Informal Workers

    • Authors: Witati Witati, Phany Ineke Putri
      Pages: 144 - 158
      Abstract: The purpose of this study was to analyze the willingness to pay contributions of informal workers and the factors that affect the willingness to pay contribution of  Badan Penyelenggara Jaminan Sosial (BPJS) Kesehatan for informal workers in Brebes Regency. Descriptive research with quantitative approach method is used in this study. Data analysis method uses logistic regression method. The results showed that 71 respondents were willing to pay contribution of Badan Penyelenggara Jaminan Sosial (BPJS) Kesehatan for the sustainability of the program and improve the quality of service facilities and 29 respondents said they were not willing to pay. Factors that have a significantly affect on willingness to pay for informal workers are income variable, number of family members, and history of catastrophic disease. Whereas the factors that have no significant on willingness to pay are the last education variable and knowledge. The policy implication for local governments is to increase productivity in the informal sector which aims to increase income of informal workers and re-record Pekerja Bukan Penerima Upah (PBPU) participants who are economically incapable to be transferred to Penerima Bantuan Iuran (PBI) participants. Increase knowledge related to the importance of paying contributions to Pekerja Bukan Penerima Upah (PBPU) participants by Badan Penyelenggara Jaminan Sosial ( BPJS) Kesehatan.
      PubDate: 2020-07-26
      DOI: 10.15294/edaj.v9i2.38440
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 2 (2020)
  • Does Migration Outflow Reduce Income Inequality in the Sending

    • Authors: Istiqomah Istiqomah, Sodik Dwi Purnomo, Gita Putri Rahmawati, Putra Galih Rahmawan
      Pages: 159 - 168
      Abstract: Previous studies on the association between migration outflow and income inequality have shown mixed findings. Some find that migration outflow reduces income inequality, but others find that migration outflow increases income inequality. This study aims to analyze the effect of migration outflow on income inequality in Central Java Province with two control variables: mean years  of schooling and minimum wage. Central Java was chosen as the research location because it is the province with the highest migration outflow. This study  uses secondary, time series data for the period 2000-2018 consisting of income inequality as measured by the Gini ratio (percent), migration outflow (people), meanyears of schooling (years), and minimum wage (rupiah). Data were obtained from BPS Central Java and analyzed with multiple linear regression. The results show that migration outflow and mean years of schooling have a negative significant effect and minimum wage has a positive significant effect on income inequality. This findings imply that migration outflow and improvement of the quality of human resources through education can be solutions to reduce poverty and income inequality, while minimum wage actually increases inequality, which may be due to the large portion of population engaging in agriculture and the informal sector.
      PubDate: 2020-07-26
      DOI: 10.15294/edaj.v9i2.38430
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 2 (2020)
  • Tourism Industry Competitiveness of Semarang Municipality

    • Authors: Hertiana Ikasari, Ida Farida
      Pages: 169 - 179
      Abstract: This study aims to analyze competitiveness level of tourism industry in Semarang Municipality. The data used in this research are secondary data from Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS/BPS) and Culture and Tourism Office of Semarang Municipality. Moreover, this study uses an analytical tool, i.e competitiveness monitor (CM) method. The result shows that Semarang Municipality has several lower indicators of competitiveness calculation than Surakarta Municipality and Magelang Regency, i.e. Human Tourism Indicator (HTI), Environment Indicator (EI), and Human Resources Indicator (HRI). On the other hand, Semarang Municipality also has some higher competitiveness calculation indicators compared to that of Surakarta Municipality and Magelang Regency in Price Competitiveness Indicator (PCI), Infrastructure Development Indicator (IDI), Openness Indicator (OI) and Social Development Indicator (SDI). The improvement of tourism competitiveness in Semarang Municipality requires synergy from many parties, including the government, business actors in tourism sector (hotel owners, travel bureaus), private sector and academics.
      PubDate: 2020-07-26
      DOI: 10.15294/edaj.v9i2.28938
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 2 (2020)
  • Comparison the Autonomic Regional Financial Performance in Southeast
           Sulawesi Province

    • Authors: Tajuddin Tajuddin, Ilyas Ilyas
      Pages: 180 - 189
      Abstract: The consequence of the implementation of regional autonomy is that the regions must have their own abilities to implement government affairs and regional development. There is some research on the financial performance of the area but is still done in a partial autonomic region only. This research compares the financial performance between the autonomic regions of the expansion and the parent area. Based on this, study aims to compare the financial performance of the parent regency and the expanded district. In this study financial performance is measured based on Regional Financial Independence (KKD) rastio, Fiscal Decentralization Degree (DDF) ratio and the Regional Financial Effectiveness Ratio (EKD). Overall, secondary data are used, namely the realization of Regional Original Revenues (PAD), PAD targets, Balancing Funds, Loan Funds, and Regional Expenditures. To answer the research problem, the data is processed using ratio analysis. The results showed that the Regional Financial Performance measured by the ratio of KKD and DDF in the parent regency was still higher than the KKD and DDF in the expanded districts. Both the parent district and the expanded districts of KKD and DDF are included in the Instructive category. The role of the central government is still very dominant in regional financing. In general, the expanded district EKD ratio was very effective while the parent district EKD ratio was generally included in the quite effective category. The financial performance of the regional results is better than the parent region due to the existence of autonomous regions to promote maximum income sources.
      PubDate: 2020-07-26
      DOI: 10.15294/edaj.v9i2.38288
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 2 (2020)
  • Market Liberalization and Performance of Oil Palm Smallholder
           Farmer’s Household

    • Authors: Andi Irawan
      Pages: 190 - 201
      Abstract: This study aimed to analyze the impact of market The data used in the study are cross-section primary data related to the household economy of oil palm smallholder farmers.  Data collection was carried out in three provinces of production center of oil palm in Indonesia i.e. Jambi, Sumatera Selatan, and Bengkulu. One district of oil palm production center is chosen for each province i.e. Muaro Jambi, Banyu Asin, and Bengkulu Utara, respectively.  Total samples in this research are 155 farm households by using simple random sampling method, consist of 52 samples for Bengkulu Utara, 57 samples for Sumatera Selatan and 46 samples for Jambi, respectively.  Primary data are collected from farmer household samples by survey method using questionnaires. The smallholder farmer’s oil palm household economic model in this study was formulated in a system of simultaneous equations. The results indicated that liberalization of the output market but still gave protection in the input market at least subsidized fertilizer will contribute positively not only to farming performance i.e. farm production and investment but also to farmer household welfare i.e. increased farming profit and consumption of basic need commodities and other goods which bought in the market.
      PubDate: 2020-07-26
      DOI: 10.15294/edaj.v9i2.36276
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 2 (2020)
  • Human Capital and Productivity: a Case Study of East Java

    • Authors: Sugeng Setyadi, Rizal Syaifudin, Deris Desmawan
      Pages: 202 - 207
      Abstract: This research examines the influence of level of education and health rate as the measurement of human capital to productivity in East Java Provice, during 2009 to 2015. Variable of level of education is measured by literacy rate, while the variable of health rate is measured by infant mortality rate. The panel data analysis is used as research method, which is Fixed Effect Model is the best model than the other models. The research results show that the variable of level of education is not significant to productivity, whreas, the variable healt rate has negative and significant influence to productivity. The reason is because educated worker is not really nedded in East Java Province. Some workers with skills and experiences are preferred. Therefore, in this research literacy rate cannot be used as good proxy to measured variable of level of education. Moreover, a decrease in infant mortality rate is indicating that the health rate is good. Hence, productivity 
      PubDate: 2020-07-25
      DOI: 10.15294/edaj.v9i2.35249
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 2 (2020)
  • Independent Community Building Model through Environmental-based Tourism
           Management in “Masdarling” Program

    • Authors: Yuli Gunawan, Bambang Eko, Reta Yudistyana, Dwi Thia Putri
      Pages: 208 - 219
      Abstract: Village tourism program is one of programs that can boost positive contributions to community development. This study aimed to design an independent community building model through environmental-based tourism management. Using primary and secondary data, the researchers used qualitative descriptive analysis to obtain a model of independent community building through environmental-based tourism management by forming a group named environmental awareness community group or Masdarling. In this way, regional potential can be used maximally, while masdarling tourism development was done using Community Based Tourism (CBT). A participative community empowerment became the main instrument to increase environmental living standard and preservation. Based on the mapping of problem patterns, the crucial programs to develop covered tourism awareness community, joint business group and integrated waste management efforts. It was expected that the development of tourism village through several kinds of village groups could explore various and sustainable tourism concepts. As a result, this development could fulfill the criteria of access, attraction, amenities. Upon this achievement, new tourism spots in Bontang City and the increase in community income can be obtained. Also, village economy and environment quality were resulted through the indirect effects of this development.
      PubDate: 2020-07-29
      DOI: 10.15294/edaj.v9i2.39339
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 2 (2020)
  • Nature of Indonesia’s Deindustrialization

    • Authors: Muhammad Irfan Islami, Fithra Faisal Hastiadi
      Pages: 220 - 232
      Abstract: This research aims to identify the nature of deindustrialisation on Indonesia’s economy. To test the negative deindustrialisation, this research performed a descriptive analysis on value-added, export-import, and productivity data of manufacturing sector. To test the premature deindustrialisation, this research conducted a regression analysis to create a simulation of value of GDRP per capita at the top of industrialization taken place on Indonesia’s economy. Descriptive analysis shows that deindustrialization in Indonesia prevails with downward trend of value-added, trade performance, and productivity of manufacturing sector. Subsector analysis also shows that manufacturing subsectors having high value added experienced negative trend in all mentioned indicators. The result of premature deindustrialization model regression shows that the peak of industrialization in Indonesia achieved at lower level income per capita compared to several thresholds of premature deindustrialization. Those results show that negative and premature deindustrialisation prevailed in Indonesia’s economy.  The consequence of these research’s results is to promote the politics of reindustrialization. There are several recommendations for policy makers to enhance performance of manufacturing sector. From demand-side, it is important to expand market of manufacturing product internationally and domestically. From supply side, the policy makers should increase the investments and insentives for businesses.
      PubDate: 2020-08-03
      DOI: 10.15294/edaj.v9i2.38016
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 2 (2020)
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