Febiyansah, Panky Tri
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Strategi Peningkatan Pemahaman Masyarakat Tentang Masyarakat Ekonomi ASEAN

Jurnal Penelitian Politik Vol 13, No 1 (2016): Komunitas ASEAN dan Tantangan Ke Depan
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AbstractASEAN is gradually changing their approach from top-to-bottom to a more grassroot style institution. The idea of creating a community push ASEAN to be more inclusive in implementing its programes. In realizing ASEAN Economic Community, public awareness and understandings is the key factor in whether the implementation of this ASEAN’s pillar will succeed. Recalling that the popularity of ASEAN and its frameworks are not significantly known in Indonesia, the survey and the policy paper that followed aim to find out the level of public understandings about ASEAN Economic Community which started to be implemented last year. Keywords: ASEAN, ASEAN Economic Community, Indonesia, public survey.

Kebijakan Maritim dan Transformasi Industry Pelayaran Indonesia dalam Kerangka Penerapan Asas Cabotage

Jurnal Ekonomi dan Pembangunan Vol 18, No 1 (2010)
Publisher : Pusat Penelitian Ekonomi-LIPI

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This paper studies the condition of domestic shipping transport in Indonesia. From the viewpoint of participating in maritime transportation policy, the different systems, functions, and targets of cabotage act have been analyzed. The innumerable factors affecting the Indonesia cabotage act which has had great impact on the regional economic growth has been studied and current methods and policies are being examined. Finally, the research paper evaluates the Indonesian Cabotage Act which is part of the transport and its impact on economic growth are summarized.

INDONESIA’S FDI – EXPORTS – GDP GROWTH NEXUS: TRADE OR INVESTMENT - DRIVEN?

Buletin Ekonomi Moneter dan Perbankan Vol 19 No 4 (2017): APRIL 2017
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This paper examines the relationship between foreign direct investment inflow, export and economic growth in Indonesia in a dynamic framework. We uses vector error correction model to estimate the causal relationship between FDI, exports and GDP. The findings in Indonesia’s case verify the proposition that FDI plays an important role which, in turn, together with joint FDI-exports can promote economic growth in the immediate short run and improve the competitiveness for Indonesia’s commodity exports. Nonetheless, the absence and existence of economic growth effects to FDI and exports respectively indicate that Indonesia still has several domestic economic constraints. It denotes that Indonesia’s economic structure is still transforming and far from adequate. Indonesia needs bold policies in order to accelerateits economic growth and further integrate trade chains for reducing domestic economic restrictions and improving Indonesia’s degree of competitiveness.