Ishak, Zulkarnain
Faculty of Economics, Universitas Sriwijaya

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Pattern of Demand For Money Berlian, Ahmad; Liliana, Liliana; Djambak, Syaipan; Andaiyani, Sri; Ishak, Zulkarnain; Saleh, Muhammad Syrod; Rostartina, Eka; Adnan, Nazeli; Bahri, Fachrizal
SRIWIJAYA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DYNAMIC ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS SIJDEB, Vol.1 No. 3, September 2017
Publisher : Faculty of Economics, Universitas Sriwijaya

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In the activity of the modern economy, the availability of money as a means of transaction is very important, because with the money as a means to pay consumers can easily to get the basic material needs are required, the manufacturer can provide the raw materials of labor for production, and distributors can obtain a variety of merchandise to be delivered at the end consumer. The pattern of use of money is influenced by the attitude of the public in the transaction. Researchers assume, that there are differences among communities, either by group differences in income, educational differences, ethnic differences, differences in profession, and perhaps even religious differences embraced. So as to provide information to the monetary authorities, to enrich the theory of demand for money based economic agents in Indonesia, and for the application of the theory of demand for money, the researchers felt the need to study patterns of use of money. Qualitative research, in addition to knowing whether the variables that affect the demand for money as the above theory is still relevant for economic actors in Indonesia at this time, or even are new variables, as well as the motive of money demand.Keywords: Demand for money, Keynes Theory, qualitative method 
Pengaruh ekspor, impor, dan inflasi terhadap nilai tukar rupiah di Indonesia BR Silitonga, Ribka; Ishak, Zulkarnain; Mukhlis, Mukhlis
Jurnal Ekonomi Pembangunan Vol 15, No 1 (2017): June
Publisher : Department of Development Economics, Universitas Sriwijaya

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Indonesia as a country rich in natural resources should have better international trade performance in improving exchange rates. This study aims to investigate the effect of exports, imports, and inflation on the rupiah exchange rate in Indonesia during 2006-2017. The data used is secondary data sourced from Bank Indonesia and the Ministry of Commerce of the Republic of Indonesia. The method used is a quantitative approach by applying multiple linear regression models. The findings of this study indicate that exports, imports have a significant negative effect on the rupiah exchange rate. While inflation has no effect on the rupiah exchange rate in Indonesia.
Analisis komparatif daya saing ekspor biji kakao antara Indonesia, Pantai Gading dan Ghana: Pendekatan RCA dan CMS Vanzza Aji, Rizki; Ishak, Zulkarnain; Mukhlis, Mukhlis
Jurnal Ekonomi Pembangunan Vol 15, No 2 (2017): December
Publisher : Department of Development Economics, Universitas Sriwijaya

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This study aim is to compare the competitiveness of Indonesia cocoa exports with the main ecporting countries of world cocoa beans such as Ivory Coast and Ghana from 2001 to 2016. The comparable of cocoa commodities are raw cocoa or cocoa beans. This research uses descriptive analysis using Revelaved Comparative Advantage (RCA) and Constant Market Share (CMS) approach. The analysis of Revelaved Comparative Advantage is used to determine the competitiveness level of Indonesian cocoa beans, Ivort Coast and Ghana, while Costant Market Share is used to decompose the export growth of Indonesia cocoa beans, Ivory Coast and Ghana into three determinants of export growth including Commodity Composite Effect, Market Distribution Securities and Effects of Competitiveness. RCA analysis shows Indonesia’s cocoa commodity has a comparative advantage in the international market, while CMS analysis shows that the increase of Inonesia cocoa exports is influenced by the increasing demand of world cocoa.
The effect of ASEAN-korea free trade agreement (AKFTA) on Indonesia trade: a gravity model approach Agung, Arjun Saka; Ishak, Zulkarnain; Asngari, Imam; Bashir, Abdul
Jurnal Ekonomi Pembangunan Vol 17, No 1 (2019): June
Publisher : Department of Development Economics, Universitas Sriwijaya

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The aim of this research is to analyze the effect of ASEAN Korea Free Trade Agreement (AKFTA) on Indonesia Trade with gravity model approach using panel data. This research is using Hausman and Chow test to choose the best between the Fixed Effect model (FEM) and Random Effect Model (REM). The test result shows that REM is the best model choosen to analyze the effect from GDP per capita, Exchange rate, distance and AKFTA Policy to the import from 14 AKFTA country economies to Indonesia. The result from R2 shows that the variation of independent variables (GDP per capita, Exchange rate, distance and AKFTA Policies) affected the variation of dependent variable (Import) as 54 percent. Meanwhile, from the gravity theory, the trade among AKFTA economies to Indonesia has bring positive impact as the distance has positive sign and lead to form trade creation. The variable of dummy policy has negative and significantly affected the import.