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Determinasi Tarif Retribusi Pasar Tradisional dengan Pendekatan Willingness To Pay Dan Perbandingan Harga Pasar Yandri, Pitri
Agregat: Jurnal Ekonomi dan Bisnis Vol 2 No 2 (2018): September
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Prof. DR HAMKA.

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The new autonomous region is generally faced with the administrative adaptation problem. The adaptation is being implemented by South Tangerang Municipality. One of the adaptations is doing traditional market governance improvement to become better by setting the tarif of retribution. In theoretically, the approach to the determinate of tarif retribution can be analyzed by the variety of approaches. Two of the most widely used is the willingness to pay and market price comparative approach. Thus, this article will use those approaches to estimate traditional market tariff retribution. The results of the estimation and its elaboration are discussed further in this article
Residential Area and Income Inequality in Suburban Indonesia Yandri, Pitri
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 46, No 1 (2014): Indonesian Journal of Geography
Publisher : Faculty of Geography, Universitas Gadjah Mada

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Suburban becomes footing for the population who migrate from rural to urban areas, especially from livingand housing. Similarly, when the population in urban areas assume that the city is no longer comfortable to their live,so the only possible choice for them is moving to suburb. The subsequent impact of the phenomenon is tremendousconstruction of residential areas as a result of the high demand for housing. The problem then is the construction ofresidential areas often neglect the interests of the local neighborhood. Thus, the residential area becomes a kind of modernresidential area in a local neighborhood. Then it widen its impacts of inequality between communities in residentialarea with communities in local neighborhood. This paper presents the finding that contributor of income inequality insuburbs areas in Indonesia comes from a modern residential area. The evidence for the argument is the result of TheilEntropy Index calculation on modern residential area is higher than the traditional residential area, which is respectively0.34 and 0.15.
PENGELOLAAN RAWA DI INDONESIA: ISU DESENTRALISASI, PARTISIPASI WARGA, DAN INSTRUMEN EKONOMI Yandri, Pitri
Jurnal Organisasi dan Manajemen Vol 11 No 1 (2015)
Publisher : LPPM Universitas Terbuka

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In the Indonesian context, many economic resources are conducted by the wrong actors, and this practice is more common in the activity of natural resource and environmental economic. One of a number of economic resources are swamp. Facts indicate that the regulations associated with swamp is overlap. The indication of the over-lapping of the regulation looks from the unclear whom institutions manage the swamp. This phenomenon then resulted continues decreasing quality of swamp in Indonesia. Seeing the empirical facts, the necessary number of tactical and systematic strategies are required on the spirit of decentralization. This paper elaborates a number of ideas that can be applied in swamp management in Indonesia. The main idea of this paper is needed an economic instrument that the actors (government, private and community) can be proactively pushed in swamp management in Indonesia. Economic instruments that can be applied is the incentive scheme and the formulation of Corporate-Community Resource Responsibility (CCRR) in each region. Dalam konteks Indonesia, banyak sekali sumberdaya ekonomi dijalankan oleh pelaku yang keliru, dan praktik ini banyak terjadi pada aktivitas ekonomi sumberdaya alam dan lingkungan. Satu dari sejumlah sumberdaya ekonomi tersebut adalah situ/rawa. Fakta di lapangan menunjukkan bahwa regulasi yang terkait dengan situ/rawa sangat tumpang-tindih. Indikasi ketumpang-tindihan itu terlihat dari tidak jelasnya institusi mana yang melakukan pengelolaan situ/rawa. Fenomena inilah yang kemudian mengakibatkan situ/rawa di Indonesia terus mengalami penurunan kualitas. Melihat fakta empirik yang ada, diperlukan sejumlah strategi taktis dan sistematis yang disesuaikan dengan semangat desentralisasi. Artikel ini mengelaborasi sejumlah gagasan yang dapat diterapkan dalam pengelolaan situ/rawa di Indonesia. Gagasan utama dari artikel ini adalah diperlukannya instrumen ekonomi agar pelaku/aktor (pemerintah, swasta dan masyarakat) dapat terdorong secara pro-aktif dalam pengelolaan situ/rawa di Indonesia. Instrumen ekonomi yang dapat diterapkan adalah skema insentif dan formulasi Corporate-Community Resource Responsibility(CCRR) pada setiap daerah yang terdapat situ/rawa di dalamnya.
KARAKTER GIFFEN PADA KOMODITAS ARANG TEMPURUNG KELAPA Yandri, Pitri
Liquidity Vol 6, No 2 (2017)
Publisher : STIE Ahmad Dahlan Jakarta

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The problem of rising fossil energy faced with the limited availability of the commodity in the future. Therefore, it needs new energy sources to tackle the issue. An alternative that can help the economy is the utilization of waste coconut shell that is processed into charcoal. With using principal component analysis, the result of the estimation indicates, there is a unique character that is contained in the shell charcoal commodity. The character of shell charcoal is closed to Giffen goods behavior. The most logical answer is because charcoal is the main raw material of shell burning for a restaurant that has a menu that was burned; and it becomes the unique preferences of the restaurant. They prefer barbecuing their food menu by using charcoal rather than other fuels such as stove, which uses kerosene and LPG. It is because barbecuing with charcoal will produce a better aroma than using the stove with fuel kerosene or LPG.
The Political Geography of Voters and Political Participation: Evidence from Local Election in Suburban Indonesia Yandri, Pitri
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 49, No 1 (2017): Indonesian Journal of Geography
Publisher : Faculty of Geography, Universitas Gadjah Mada

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The praxis of political issue including voter turnout and political participation does not exist in a vacuum. Therefore, geographical and spatial issues are frequently engaged and even embedded into it. Thus, this article is written with one purpose: to investigate the spatial relationship of voter turnout and their political participation. As stated earlier, the complexity of the political analysis based on geography will take us on a multidimensional approach that includes social, cultural and economy. However, this article starts the discussion from spatial analysis by using a map that illustrates the administrative boundaries of a region, then determining whether one region is adjacent to another. In this case, Moran’s I is used to determine the spatial autocorrelation of voter turnout and political participation. The result indicates that the voter turnout and political participation in one region are adjacent to each other. Possible reasons for the result are discussed in this article.
Contemporary Studies on Suburban (Indonesia) Today: Critique on Classical-Neoclassical Regional Economics Based Institutional Economics Perspectives Yandri, Pitri; Priyarsono, D.S.; Fauzi, Akhmad; Dharmawan, Arya Hadi
Jurnal Ekonomi Pembangunan: Kajian Masalah Ekonomi dan Pembangunan Vol 19, No 1 (2018): JEP 2018
Publisher : Muhammadiyah University Press

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23917/jep.v19i1.5701

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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 companys 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.
Residential Area and Income Inequality in Suburban Indonesia Yandri, Pitri
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 46, No 1 (2014): Indonesian Journal of Geography
Publisher : Faculty of Geography, Universitas Gadjah Mada

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (994.248 KB) | DOI: 10.22146/ijg.4992

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Suburban becomes footing for the population who migrate from rural to urban areas, especially from livingand housing. Similarly, when the population in urban areas assume that the city is no longer comfortable to their live,so the only possible choice for them is moving to suburb. The subsequent impact of the phenomenon is tremendousconstruction of residential areas as a result of the high demand for housing. The problem then is the construction ofresidential areas often neglect the interests of the local neighborhood. Thus, the residential area becomes a kind of modernresidential area in a local neighborhood. Then it widen its impacts of inequality between communities in residentialarea with communities in local neighborhood. This paper presents the finding that contributor of income inequality insuburbs areas in Indonesia comes from a modern residential area. The evidence for the argument is the result of TheilEntropy Index calculation on modern residential area is higher than the traditional residential area, which is respectively0.34 and 0.15.
AUTONOMY POLICY AND SOCIAL WELFARE IN TANGERANG CITY Yandri, Pitri
Economic Journal of Emerging Markets Volume 4 Issue 1, 2012
Publisher : Universitas Islam Indonesia

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The paper analyzes the effect of public expenditure and the implementation of local autonomy policy on Human Development Index (HDI). The paper uses Principal Component Regression Analysis to conduct the analysis. The result shows that public expenditure has a positive effect on HDI. It also finds that the increase in HDI is bigger post the implementation of local autonomy policy. The elasticity of each coefficient of public expenditure are as follows: 1.58 for agriculture sector; 0.94 for education sector; 0.36 for health sector; 0.44 for housing sector; 0.61for infrastructure sector, and 0.70 for GRDP. Keywords: Public expenditure, Human Development Index, principal component analysisJEL classification numbers: H40, H52, I21, I32AbstrakPenelitian ini mengkaji pengaruh belanja publik dan pelaksanaan otonomi daerah terhadap tingkat Indeks Pembangunan Manusia (IPM) di Kota Tangerang. Penelitian ini mengaplikasikan Analisis Regresi Komponen Utama untuk melakukan analisis. Hasil uji menunjukkan bahwa belanja publik memiliki pengaruh yang positif terhadap IPM. Lebih jauh, peningkatan IPM tersebut semakin besar setelah pelaksanaan kebijakan otonomi daerah. Penelitian ini juga menemukan tingkat elastisitas per sektor terhadap belanja publik sebagai berikut: 1.58 pada sektor pertanian; 0.94 pada sektor pendidikan; 0.36 sektor kesehatan, 0.44 pada sektor perumahan; 0.61 pada sektor infrastruktur, dan 0.77 untuk PDRB.Keywords: Belanja publik, Indeks Pembangunan Manusia, analisis regresi komponen utamaJEL classification numbers: H40, H52, I21, I32
Consumer Preferences for Coconut Shell Charcoal in Suburban Indonesia Yandri, Pitri
INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH JOURNAL OF BUSINESS STUDIES Vol 6, No 2 (2013): August-November 2013
Publisher : Universitas Prasetiya Mulya

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MEMAHAMI KARAKTER KEMISKINAN PERKOTAAN DENGAN PENDEKATAN OBSERVASIONAL Yandri, Pitri; Juanda, Bambang
Jurnal Ekonomi & Studi Pembangunan JESP Volume 19 Nomor 1, April 2018
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta

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Conceptually, there are many views in viewing the concept of poverty. So the issues may include social, economic, cultural and even political aspects. In spatial aspect, National Statistics Bureau (BPS) has also made distinctions between rural and urban poverty since 1999. This variance sometimes makes it difficult for undergraduate researchers to conduct an assessment of this issue. Therefore, this article attempts to analyze and strive to understand the character of urban poverty by using fourteen measures used by BPS. Fourteen indicators were then tested in the field using survey and observation methods. The results of the survey and observation are discussed further in this article