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AFEBI Economic and Finance Review
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AFEBI Economic and Finance Review (AEFR) is an academic journal which is published twice a year (June and December) by The Association of The Faculty of Economics and Business Indonesia. AEFR is aimed as an outlet for theoretical and empirical research in the field of economics and to disseminate the information of the economics research was conducted by members of AFEBI in particular and researchers in general to the academics, practitioners, students, and others who interested in economics research.
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The Financial Performance of Regencies/Cities in South Sumatera Province (2006-2015 Time Period) Rohima, Siti
AFEBI Economic and Finance Review Vol 2, No 01 (2017)
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This study is for observing the regional financial performance influence of regencies/cities in South Sumatera province. The research is implemented quantitatively by using the data panel double regression of the 2006 – 2015 time period. Regional financial performance covers fiscal decentralization, autonomy, effectiveness and efficiency. Based on a partial count, fiscal decentralization has a regression coefficient as large as 62.73185, which means fiscal decentralization has a positive and significant influence to economic growth. Then regional finance autonomy has a regression coefficient as large as -16.04656 which means that regional autonomy has a negative influence yet significant to economic growth. Observing from regional financial effectiveness which has a regression coefficient as large as -0.074855, which means that effectiveness has a negative influence and not significant to economic growth. Regional financial efficiency has a regression coefficient as large as -0.254122, which means that efficiency has a negative influence and not significant to economic growth. Based on the count as a whole it means that Fiscal Decentralization, Regional Finance Autonomy, Effectiveness, and Efficiency have significant influences to economic growth. This means regional financial performance is very influential to the economic growth of regencies/cities in South Sumatera Province in the 2006-2015 time period.JEL Classification: E02, H70, H77Keywords: Autonomy, Economic Growth, Effectiveness, Efficiency, Regional Financial Performance, Fiscal Decentralization
THE LABOR ABSORBTION IN FOOD AND BEVERAGES OF SMALL BUSINESS ENTERPISES IN ACEH PROVINCE Hasan, Ishak; Yasrizal, Yasrizal
AFEBI Economic and Finance Review Vol 1, No 01 (2016)
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The competition of labor market in Asean Economic Society will be determined by the labor’s productivity. Small businesses of foods and beverages is the highest sub sector which recruit the labor in Aceh. In 2010 there were 929.910 small businesses which were able to recruit 2.152.981 labor or around 31,99%. There are three variables impact the absorbtion of labor, the wages, labor productivity and capital. This research uses multiple regression technique to analyse data. The technique analysis used to find the impact of wages, productivity and capital to the absorbtion of labor in small businesses and enterprises. Based on research finding, the competitive advantage of Indonesian labor is at the sixth rank of ten countries in ASEAN. The research also found that productivity has significant impact to the absorbtion of labor while capital and wages have no significant impact to the absorbtion of labor in Aceh Province.JEL Classification: J01, J24, L66Keyword: AEC, Capital, Labor Competitiveness, Productivity, Wages
Determinants of Corporate Value (Empirical Studies of Manufacturing Sector 2012-2015 BEJ) Suartini, Sri; Padikromo, Suparno
AFEBI Economic and Finance Review Vol 2, No 02 (2017)
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The study aims to conduct analysis themselves and provide empirical evidence that independent variable Managerial Ownership, ownership of Instisusional both partian or simultaneous effect on the value of the Corporation. This research uses the approach of kuantitative with a sample of 50 manufacturing companies registered in BEI during 2012-2015 with purposive sampling method. Then technical data analysis done with test statiistik using multiple regression. Research results showed variable Managerial Ownership and Institutional Ownership affect the value of the company. This finding is interesting that increased value of the companys success depends on the ability of the company to the maximum resources to empower and implement company policies that have been defined not by a factor of incentive Manager and supervision of instituonal.JEL Classification: G10, G17, G32Keywords: Institutional Ownership, Managerial Ownership, The Value of The Company
Analysis of Indonesian Tax Revenue Wijayanti, Amalia; Firmansyah, Firmansyah
AFEBI Economic and Finance Review Vol 1, No 01 (2016)
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This study analyzes the long-run and short-run effect of macroeconomic factors, such as real Gross Domestic Product (GDP), inflation rate, exchange rate and government spending on Indonesia’s tax revenue during 1976-2013, by utilizing the Error Correction Model (ECM). The finding of the study demontrates that in the long-run; the real GDP, exchange rate, and government spending affect Indonesia’s tax revenue, except the inflation rate. In short-run, Indonesia’s tax revenue statisically affected by government spending, while others variable do not influence Indonesia’s tax revenue. Error Correction Term (ECT) coefficient is 0.221, explains incompatibility tax revenue occur in long-run is corrected of 22 percent in one period.JEL Classification: E01, E20, H20Keywords: Error Correction Model, Macroeconomic, Tax revenue
The Influence of The Interest Rate (BI Rate) and Non Performing Loan (NPL) To The Distribution of Banking Credit in Bengkulu Province in The Years 2013-2015 Damarsiwi, Eska Prima Monique
AFEBI Economic and Finance Review Vol 2, No 01 (2017)
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Banks collect funds from the public in the form of deposits and are distributed back in the form of credit to companies and individuals. This study is aimed to determine the effect of the BI Rate and Non-Performing Loans (NPL) to the capital loan in Bengkulu province in the years 2013-2015. Before doing the multiple regression analysis, the data should be free from the classical assumption.The empiricalresults of this partial analysis show that the variable BI Rate istcount(2.402) >ttable (2,228),this meansthat the BI Rate has a positive effect on bank lending in the province of Bengkulu. Variable Non perfoming loans (NPL) aretcount (2.531)>ttable (2,228) and sig. (0,037) < alpha (0.05), the variable Non-Performing Loan (NPL) revealed a positive and significant effect on bank lending in the province of Bengkulu. Simultaneously the variable BI Rate and Non-Performing Loans (NPL) have the values of F (11.336)> F table (4.96) with sig (0.003) <α (0.05), it means that the variable BI Rate and Non-Performing Loan (NPL) simultaneously / concurrently affect the dependent variable. The result also shows the ability of a model prediction of65.3% while the remaining34.7% are influenced by other factors outside the model that has not been incluioded in the study. Meanwhile the most dominant variable in the study is the variable BI Rate which has a value of the partial coefficient of 62.5%.JEL Classification: E43, E52, E58Keywords: BI Rate, Capital Loan, Non-Performing Loans
ANALYSIS OF FACTORS INFLUENCE SMOKING BEHAVIOR IN POOR HOUSEHOLDS IN WEST SUMATERA PROVINCE Handra, Hefrizal; Zamzami, Zamzami
AFEBI Economic and Finance Review Vol 1, No 01 (2016)
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This research is purposed to learn the behaviors of poor households in managing their income for buying cigarettes using data from the National Social Economic Survey of West Sumatera Province in 2013 using OLS method as a tool of analysis.Results of the analysis show that the cigarette spending in percentage of income in smoker households in West Sumatera Province is very large, far larger than the percentage of spending for education and health. Household cigarette spending is influenced by income factors, cigarette prices, number of adult male household members, area of residence, age category of the household head, and education of the household head.JEL Classification: D10, D31, P46Keywords: Cigarette Spending, OLS Regression, Smoking Household, Taste Intervention
The Leader’s Role on Civil Service Reform in Asean Countries Tjiptoherijanto, Prijono
AFEBI Economic and Finance Review Vol 2, No 01 (2017)
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In many Asian Countries, public administration is in the process of considerable change and reform. Citizens in these countries have demanded faster, better, and cheaper public service. They have also demanded more efficient goverment. In order to meet these demands, the nation has to change its public services into more democratic, efficient, and citizen-oriented goverment. Experiences gathered from Malaysia, Thailand, and the Philippines, in comparison to the situation in Indonesia, which the another lived are discussed.JEL Classification: A10, H10, H19Keywords: Civil Service Reform, Leadership Values, Trust Deficit
Diversification of Farmer Income in West Java Wardhana, Adhitya; Handayani, Reni Tri; Pamungkas, Eksa
AFEBI Economic and Finance Review Vol 2, No 01 (2017)
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Agricultural land has decreased the impact on farmers in meeting their needs. The transition to agriculture complicates industry in its effort to meet the needs of farmers. Another issue, climate change will disrupt plant crops that will result in inefficient farming. Farming inefficiencies are a reason for farmers to diversify. This study was based on a micro data survey data of agricultural enterprise household income in the Regencies / Cities of West Java on a household level. Limits of household income diversification of farming is when the household has to venture outside the agricultural sector or one of the cores and the sources of income comes from salaries / wages of laborers / employees outside the agricultural sector. The results showed that with the increasing age of the household head the diversity decreases, the higher the education of the head of household the more it encourages the diversification of income, the more the additional land area increases diversification, the easier access to credit for adding revenue diversification, increasing the income of farmers that tend not to diversify, the more houses and stairs in school which support farmers to diversify, the more productive the household income lowers with diversification.JEL Classification: D31, O12, O13Keywords: Climate Change, Diversify, Diversity of Income, Farming, Inefficiency
Poverty Conditions and Policy Solutions in Banten Province (Data Analysis Years 2009-2013) Findi, Muhammad; Zulia, Veni Lutfiani
AFEBI Economic and Finance Review Vol 1, No 01 (2016)
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The aim of this study is to describe conditions of regional poverty to analyze the factors that affect the level of poverty in Banten province from 2009 to 2013, and to formulate solutions minimizing problems of poverty in the province of Banten. A methods used in this study is regression using panel data. Variables in this study are economic growth, minimum wage, unemployment, and literacy rate. The result of this study show that that significant variables on poverty levels in province of Banten are minimum wage, unemployment, and literacy rate. While variable is not significant to level of poverty in province of Banten is economic growth.JEL Classification: I30, J30, N30Keywords: Banten Province, Poverty, Regression Panel Data
Analysis of Uneven Regional Development in North-East, Middle–Southeast, and West-South Regions of Aceh Province Wahyuningsih, Yayuk Eko; Putra, Irfan Syah; Meliana, Eni
AFEBI Economic and Finance Review Vol 2, No 02 (2017)
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Aceh is a province of Indonesia that currently consists of 23 districts/municipalities that are generally divided into three (3) regions, namely, the Northeast (11 districts/municipalities), the Middle-southeast (4 districts) and the Southwest (8 districts/municipalities) regions. These regions have different natural, human, social, political, and cultural resources. These differences have caused uneven economic development, which has further caused developmental disparity among the regions. This study aims to assess the extent of developmental disparity among regions and to analyze the impact of Gross Regional Domestic Product per capita on regional developmental disparity in the three (3) regions of Aceh province in the period of 2000-2014. The data used in this research are secondary data that were obtained from the Central Statistics Agency (BPS), and the Regional Development Planning Board (Badan Perencanaan Daerah/Bappeda) of Aceh Province. To identify the level of inequality, the researcher utilizes Williamson Index;whereas to determine theimpact of Regional GDP per capita on the inequality of regional development, the researcher utilizes a semi logarithmic linear regression model that includes a discussion on the correlationcoefficient (R), determination coefficient (R Square), and t test using SPSS.Based on estimation results, the researcher discovers that, for the North-East region,the value of correlation coefficient (R) is 0.8032, the value of determination coefficient is 64.52%, and the equation for Y isY = -1.8942 + 0,1263X;for the Middle-Southeast region, the value ofcorrelation coefficientis0.6760, the value of determination coefficient is 45.70%, and the equation for Y is Y = 0.6441 + 0,0400X, and;for the Southwest region,the value ofcorrelation coefficientis 0.4045, the value of determination coefficient is 16.36%, and the equation for Y is Y = -0.4703 + 0,0318X. As for the t test, the researcher discovers that for North-East region the per capita regional GDP wastcount> ttable(4.671> 1.7823);for the Middle-Southeast regional tcount<ttable(-3.178<1.7823), and; for the Southwest region tcount<ttable (1.532 <1.7823). These per capita regional GDP values mean that only in the Northeast region does the variable of per capita regional GDP have a real impact on the variables of regional developmental disparity. This is consistent with the fact that the Northeast region is much more advanced and developed than the other two regions.JEL Classification: O10, O11, O15 Keywords: GDP, Index of Williamson and Discrepancy, Per capita GDP, Total of population

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