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SUMBERDAYA MANUSIA BERKUALITAS dan BERKARAKTER Bendesa, I Komang Gde
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Human capital is one resource that can produce goods and services. Human capital as a multi-dimensional concept has meaning according to the interests of use. Similarly, human capital is the physical capital of the oldest in the world that is inherent in human beings that have been created since the human and born. Human capital has a narrower meaning than human resources, as more measure of the economic benefits alone. Report of the World Economic Forum includes human capital index of 122 countries in the world. However, the human capital index has not entered a real human character element is very important in improving the quality of human resources, in order to form a strong national character. In this paper, based on the character of the cultural elements included in the measurement of human resources that can be done through formal and informal education
Evaluasi Program-program Pengentasan Kemiskinan di Provinsi Bali Marhaeni, AAIN; Sudibia, Ketut; Wirathi, IGAP; Rustariyuni, Surya Dewi; Martini Dewi, Putu
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The success of the development carried out by a country, including Indonesia, one of which can be seen from the number of poor people. The results of the development carried out by both the local government and the central government still leaving the poverty in most of the existing population. The number of poor people in the Province of Bali, both in absolute and in the percentage is fluctuating, even  absolutely, the number of  poor people in 2011 was much more than in 2009 (183.1 thousand versus 173.6 thousand of people). It is essential to evaluate the government programs to be in accordance with the Act Number 25 Year 2004 on National Development Planning System which mandates the control and evaluation of the implementation of development plans and to be in accordance with the Government Regulation. 39 of 2006, concerning the monitoring. Seeing the importance of activities to perform the evaluation or monitoring, the study aims: 1) to determine the effectiveness of poverty eradication programs that have been implemented by the government so far, which is reducing the expenditure of the poor people, which involving inputs, processes and outputs;2) To analyze the constraints faced by the implementers in the implementation of poverty eradication programs that are reducing the expenditure of the poor; 3) To assess the benefits perceived by the recipients of the program, during receiving aids in the areas of education, health, and food sector; 4) to analyze the weaknesses that exist in the various poverty eradication programs that have been implemented by the government; 5) to assess the commitment of the program implementers in implementing poverty eradication programs in accordance with the community expectations. The research was conducted in three regencies, namely Buleleng, Badung, and Klungkung and each consisted of as many as 90 persons including the recipients of poverty eradication programs in the fields of education, health, and, food, as well as the informants. Thus the total number of respondents and informants were as many as 270 people in the three regencies. The sampling method used both for the respondents of program recipients and for the informants was purposive sampling combined with accidental sampling. The data collection method was conducted by a variety of methods: observation, interviews, and in-depth interviews. Before the data collection was done, the test of validity and reliability tests were conducted on the research instruments to be used in collecting the data. The analysis technique used was the descriptive statistical techniques both single-frequency distributions and cross-tabulations. It was also conducted the qualitative or descriptive analysis based on the results obtained from the in-depth interview of the informants and the respondents. Overall, the effectiveness of aid programs in the field of food aid, particularly aid of rice for the poor is lesser compared with the effectiveness of the other two aids, namely in the areas of education and health. The recipients of food aids especially those who received rice for the poor gained less benefits from the aids given. The problem faced in the real situation, namely prior to the distribution of aids, the village meetings (Muskel and Musdes) were not conducted in a timely manner so that the data received from the central government to be used as the basis for the distribution of rice for the poor become less accurate. Weaknesses faced by the program in its implementation, among others, the implementation of data collection that is considered to be too long so that its target is inaccurate especially the distribution of the rice aids for the poor.
KEBERDAYAAN INDUSTRI KERAJINAN RUMAH TANGGA UNTUK PENGENTASAN KEMISKINAN DI PROVINSI BALI (Ditinjau dari Aspek Modal Sosial dan Peran Lembaga Adat) Yuliarmi, Nyoman; Marhaeni, AAIN; Saskara, IAN; Arka, Sudarsana; Wiagustini, L P
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The aim of this research is to analize 1) the impact of social capital on empowerment level of household craft industry in Bali Province, 2) the impact of social capital on traditional institution from its social, culture, and financial role for empowering household craft industry in Bali Province, and 3) the impact of traditional institution from its social, culture, and financial role on empowerment of household craft industry in Bali Province. Based on certain reason, this study was carried out in 5 regencies with poor family level I who has the biggest number of household craft industry unit, i.e., Badung, Karangasem, Bangli, Kelungkung, Tabanan, and Gianyar. The number of sample was 100. Data were collected through interview by using questionnaire. Technique of analysis was Equation Structural Modeling (SEM) with Partial Least Square (PLS). Based on result and discussion, it is concluded that 1) social capital was not influencedirectly the empowerment of household craft industry in Bali Province, 2) social capital influence social, culture, and financial role of traditional institution in endeavour to increase empowerment of household craft industry in Bali Province, and 3) social, culture, and financial role of traditional institution influence empowerment of household craft industry in Bali Province.
PENGELOMPOKKAN DESA-DESA DI KABUPATEN GIANYAR BERDASARKAN FAKTOR-FAKTOR YANG MEMENGARUHI KEMISKINAN Srinadi, I G A M; NILAKUSMAWATI, DESAK PUTU EKA; PRATIWI, LUH PUTU SAFITRI
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This study aimstoclassifyrural/urban villages inGianyarregency, furtheranalyzethe characteristics(poverty profileand thefactors thataffectpoverty) that characterizeeach group ofvillages/urban village, thencomparedwiththe generalaverage valueof Gianyar regency.The data used in this study is secondary data sourced from Macroeconomic Data Publications In 2011, BadanPusatStatistik  (BPS) Gianyar district covers 64 villages and six villages (Village Gianyar, Village Abianbase, Beng Village, Village Bitera, Village Samplangan, and the Village of Ubud). The variables of study include: the percentage of poor households (Y) and the factors that affect poverty include: the percentage of health-care facilities (X1), the percentage of school facilities (X2), the percentage of the population working in the agricultural sector (X3), the percentage of the population who work in the formal sector (X4), the percentage of the working population in the informal sector (X5), the ratio of the number of television sets with the number of households (X6), the percentage of households using clean water (PDAM) (X7), the ratio of the population that has not complete primary school (X8), regular income village (X9), and the distance from the center of the village of Gianyar regency (X10). The methods and stages of analysis that used in this study are: (1) Describe the research variable is the variable percentage of the poor and the factors that influence it, and (2) Perform cluster analysis to classify rural/village based on the factors that affect poverty. The results showed that the percentage of poor households in 64 villages and 7 villages of Gianyar district shows that the percentage of poor households in the village of Batubulan lowest with 2.81 percent and the percentage of poor households occurred in the village was 73.18 percent Beresela . Group 1 consisting of village/village with a regular income that is high enough and the distance of the village/sub-district of the city center is quite low is a group of village / village with the average percentage of poor households most smaller than other groups in the amount of 25.67% lower than the average district worth 27,682%.
BALI DIPROYEKSIKAN MENGALAMI BONUS DEMOGRAFI PUNCAK 2020-2030 Peluang atau bencana? Rimbawan, Nyoman Dayuh
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Bali is one of the 33 provinces in Indonesia. It is a relatively narrow is 5636.66 km2 (0.29 percent of the total area of Indonesia). With a population of nearly 3.9 million people (SP 2010), this means the population density reaches 690 inhabitants / km2 (large ranks seventh after the provinces in Java). Bali experienced a demographic dividend peak earlier and longer duration than the national. Therefore, the Balinese economy potentially developed earlier and longer than the national level. Bali is projected to experience a demographic bonus peak period 2020-2030. This period Bali dependency ratio is lowest at 42.2 to 43.3 percent between. Favorable demographic bonus is not automatic. According Aswatini (2012), benefits can be learned if there is readiness of government policies such as strengthening investment in health, education and employment. But to be a disaster if the productive population in conditions of low education, low skills, and poor health conditions, which makes it able to produce optimally. However, the requirement to take advantage of the demographic bonus as the engine of economic growth unlikely to be performed optimally. This is due to the quality of its human resources is still relatively low. Human investment as long term while the demographic bonus has been in front of the eye. On the other hand the investment made by the government through its budget is relatively low because most of the funds allocated for routine costs as a consequence of bureaucratic fat. Instead of private investment opportunities are not many because Bali poor in natural resources. Limited investment opportunities resulting in productive age population is abundant because of the demographic bonus peaks can not be used optimally.
PENGARUH GINI RATIO, PENGELUARAN NON MAKANAN PER KAPITA, BELANJA DAERAH DAN LAJU PERTUMBUHAN EKONOMI PADA INDEKS PEMBANGUNAN MANUSIA KABUPATEN/KOTA DI PROVINSI BALI PERIODE 2004-2012 Rustariyuni, Surya Dewi
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United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) make a decision a priority message contain for every human development report start from whole level, national level or region level, there are development centered of human, position human as the last purpose from development, and not be a tool for development. UNDP make a decision for an index as measurement development increase that more good and all round than single size development increase growth PDRB per capita as knows with Human Development Index (HDI). HDI measure for the average result for a country in three dimention human development. The HDI region/city in Bali Province, there are increase result from 2004-2012 period. The aim of this research is to know influence variable gini ratio, expense non food per capita, region expenditure, and growth economy ratio to human development index in all region/city at Bali Province 2004-2012 period in a simultaneous or partial. The data used is secondary data from Center of Statistic Bureau of Bali Province. The analysis method is Pooled Least Square method with panel data. The result is for simultaneous all variable there are gini ratio, expense non food per capita, region expenditure, and growth economy ratio influential directly to human development index at nine region/city in Bali Province. Partially all variable are positive and significance to human development index. The positive influence of all variable, that have meaning if the government should do the even distribution development for all region in Province of Bali for keep the human development index and have increase result for all region. The Good Governance, with involce society and private as partner as long as realization of development also transparecny in government area that will be keep on the result human index development for all region in Bali.

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