Ari Setyowati
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PENGARUH KARAKTERISTIK RASIO FINANSIAL DAN FAKTOR MAKROEKONOMI TERHADAP RETURN ON ASSETS BANK KOMERSIAL

Diponegoro Journal of Accounting Volume 3, Nomor 3, Tahun 2014
Publisher : Diponegoro Journal of Accounting

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The purpose of this research is to analyze the factors that affect Return On Assets (ROA) of financial reports to the commercial banking industry listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange during 2008-2012. ROA helps management to take into account the bank’s overall profitability and aims to measure the ability of bank management in  managing the assets under their cintrol to income. The examined factors of this research are depossit to assets ratio, capital adequacy ratio, net interest margin, nonperforming loans,inflation, gross domestic product and industry production growth as the independence variable and  retun on assets as the dependent variable. The data that was used in this research was secondary data and selected by using purposive sampling method. Research sample are Indonesian commercial banks listed in 2008-2012 at Bursa Efek Indonesia. Based on analytical results shows that only variable net interest margin and nonperforming loans have significant influence toward return on assets, while fifth variable depossits to assets ratio, capital adequacy ratio, inflation, gross domestic product and industry production growth doesn’t have significant influence toward return on assets.

FAKTOR-FAKTOR YANG BERHUBUNGAN DENGAN KEJADIAN UNDERWEIGHT PADA BALITA DI WILAYAH PEDESAAN KABUPATEN DEMAK

Jurnal Riset Gizi Vol 4, No 1 (2016): MEI (2016)
Publisher : Poltekkes Kemenkes Semarang

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Background: The prevalence of underweight children in Demak Regency was 21%, the percentage was over the data from Central Java. Underweight will hamper the cognitive and motor development to children with a negative impact to the future. This study aims to determine the correlation between energy and protein intake, disease, parenting, attitude, knowledge, education, occupation and income with the underweight. Methods: The data used in this research is Basic Data Collecting (PDD) of Polytechnic of Health Ministry of Health Semarang. This study is an explanatory research with cross sectional design. The sampling was carried out at random (random sampling) to get 420 children as sample aged 0-59 months. Nutrition Factor (energy and protein) was gotten by Food Recall for 3 x 24 hours, Disease history factor, Parenting factors (parenting, attitudes, knowledge) and socioeconomic factors (education, occupation and income) were obtained using a questionnaire with interview methode. The Analytic analysis used chi – square test. Results: There was no correlation between intake of energy, protein intake, maternal parenting, maternal attitude, maternal knowledge, maternal education, maternal occupation, maternal income with underweight, and there is a significant correlation between children infectious disease history with underweight problem at p = 0.047 (p <0.05) OR = 1.6. Conclusion: There is significant correlation between the disease history and underweight. Need to do weight measurements regularly to observe the underweight problem to children in posyandu