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Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business
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Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business (JIEB) is open access, peer-reviewed journal whose objectives is to publish original research papers related to the Indonesian economy and business issues. This journal is also dedicated to disseminating the published articles freely for international academicians, researchers, practitioners, regulators, and public societies. The journal welcomes author from any institutional backgrounds and accepts rigorous empirical or theoretical research paper with any methods or approach that is relevant to the Indonesian economy and business content, as long as the research fits one of three salient disciplines: economics, business, or accounting.
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PERMINTAAN BERAS DI INDONESIA: REVISITED Sugiyanto, Catur
Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business Vol 21, No 2 (2006): April
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This paper examines the demand for rice in Indonesia. The data used are timeseries data, ranges between 1970 and 2003, and data from National Survey (SUSENAS)2003. We employ the Almost Ideal Demand System (AIDS) and its inverse to model theIndonesian demand for rice. We also estimate single equation, both ordinary and inversedemand models. Las but not least, the Error Correction Mechanism is used to model thedemand. However, the single (ordinary) equation model outperforms the others.The demand for rice in Indonesia has some regular behaviour, negative withrespect to price and positive in line with the income. However, the magnitudes of theparameters, the elasticity, have been changing. The elasticity with respect to income isdecreasing, indicates that rice is becoming an inferior goods. Family whose expendituresare lesser than 300,000 Rupiahs per month will increase their rice consumption inresponse to the increase in their income. The changes in the elasticity and the variabilityof the consumption in response to income make difficult to predict the total demand forrice.Keywords: Indonesia, rice, demand, AIDS/IAIDS
BANK RISK LEVEL AND BANK CAPITAL : THE CASE OF THE INDONESIAN BANKING SECTOR Ssenyonga, Muyanja; Prabowo, Dibyo
Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business Vol 21, No 2 (2006): April
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Artikel ini menganalisis hubungan antara risiko bank dan modal. Dengan mengunakan analisis 3SLS penelitian inimenemukan adanya hubungan negatif antara tingkat risiko dan modal sektor perbankan. Tingkat aktiva sektor perbankan menunjukkan hubungan positif dengan risiko bank, sama halnya dengan krisis moneter 1997. Tingkat kurs rupiah terhadap dollar dan pasiva dalam mata uang asing menunjukkan adanya hubungan negatif dengan tingkat modal perbankan. Implikasi kebijakan adalah perlunya meningkatkan kepatuhan bank pada prinsip kehati-hatian, penambahan modal bank, dan pengawasan transaksi bank yang dilakukan dalam mata uang asing
PERMINTAAN BERAS DI INDONESIA: REVISITED Sugiyanto, Catur
Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business Vol 21, No 2 (2006): April
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This paper examines the demand for rice in Indonesia. The data used are timeseries data, ranges between 1970 and 2003, and data from National Survey (SUSENAS)2003. We employ the Almost Ideal Demand System (AIDS) and its inverse to model theIndonesian demand for rice. We also estimate single equation, both ordinary and inversedemand models. Las but not least, the Error Correction Mechanism is used to model thedemand. However, the single (ordinary) equation model outperforms the others.The demand for rice in Indonesia has some regular behaviour, negative withrespect to price and positive in line with the income. However, the magnitudes of theparameters, the elasticity, have been changing. The elasticity with respect to income isdecreasing, indicates that rice is becoming an inferior goods. Family whose expendituresare lesser than 300,000 Rupiahs per month will increase their rice consumption inresponse to the increase in their income. The changes in the elasticity and the variabilityof the consumption in response to income make difficult to predict the total demand forrice.Keywords: Indonesia, rice, demand, AIDS/IAIDS
PERANAN AMBIGUITY DALAM PROSES ALIH PENGETAHUAN MELALUI ALIANSI STRATEJIK : STUDI EMPIRIK DI INDONESIA Alamsyah, Chandra; Supratikno, Hendrawan; Wijanto, Setyo Hari
Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business Vol 21, No 2 (2006): April
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This research investigates the influence of knowledge characteristics on the process of knowledge transfer within strategic alliances in Indonesia. Knowledge characteristics such as tacitness, specificity, complexity, experience, partner protectiveness, cultural distance and organizational distance, are hypothesized to have influence on the process of knowledge transfer, in which ambiguity acts as mediating variable. Adopting the model of Simonin (1999), 95 respondents were taken as the sample of this research. While the findings corroborate those of Simonin’s, we found that expertise to collaborate, capacity to learn, and the level of trust, did not change the influence of ambiguity on knowledge transfer. However, the length of alliance relationship matters, as it reduces the level of ambiguity.
PENGARUH REPUTASI DALAM HUBUNGAN ANTARA ASIMETRI INFORMASI DENGAN SENJANGAN ANGGARAN DIBAWAH METODE KOMPENSASI TRUTH INDUCING Brahmayanti, Shofiana; Sholihin, Mahfud
Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business Vol 21, No 2 (2006): April
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Previous studies suggest that reputation affects the relationship between information asymmetry and budgetary slack under the” slack inducing” compensation scheme. This current study examines whether the same effect occurs under the “truth inducing” compensation scheme. Using between subject experimental design, this study finds that reputation affect the relationship between information asymmetry and budgetary slack under the truth inducing compensation scheme. Especially, the results indicate that high reputation decreases budgetary slack when information asymmetry exists. The results may provide contributions both for theory development and practical implication
KAUSALITAS PENGELUARAN PEMERINTAH DAN PENERIMAAN PAJAK INDONESIA 1970 – 2002 Ringoringo, B. Samuel Yuki; Heryanto, Arya Ganna
Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business Vol 21, No 2 (2006): April
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In this paper we examine the causality relationship and co-integration between government expenditure and revenue. It has been proven that public finance management enrolled in Indonesia is in line with spend-tax hypothesis. This empirical evidence attained by using Granger Causality Test and error correction model between government expenditure and tax revenue
INFLATION TARGETING DAN TANTANGAN IMPLEMENTASINYA DI INDONESIA Ismail, Munawar
Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business Vol 21, No 2 (2006): April
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Inflation targeting is a new and also still challenging model of monetary policy. Nevertheless the number of countries applying this model is continuously increasing. Objectives of the study are (1) to review the meaning and requirements of the inflation targeting, (2) to examine the implementation of inflation targeting in developing countries and (3) to evaluate the application of inflation targeting in Indonesia. As a new approach in goups of monetray policies, the inflation targeting has specific conditions that are not available in monetary targeting and it’s variants. Though structures of most developping countries’ economies do not totally conform to the conditions of inflation targeting, those countries that apply inflation targeting had been succesful in lowering their inflation rate. Yet the implementation of inflation targeting in Indonesia, in the past, was not satisfied either in decreasing the inflation rate or in bringing the actual inflation to the rate of it’s target.

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