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Diponegoro Journal of Economics Volume 3, Nomor 1, Tahun 2014
Publisher : Diponegoro Journal of Economics

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ABSTRACT Infrastructure development has a very vital role in the fulfillment of people's basic rights. It has very strong linkages with social welfare and environmental quality, also on the economic growth process of a region. The suramadu bridge project development has a very strategic role in the island ofmadura, which will boost economic activity, distribution of goods and services as well as tourism activities. Madura island which became part of the province of east java has a less favorable conditions before. The matter was slow economic growth and lags income per capita.This research aimed to describe and to analyze the economically impact of Suramadu bridge project develompent to madura island with a case study in Bangkalan. This research used a qualitative research with desciptive approach. This study’s main focus is to analyze the impact of Suramadu bridge project development to the economy development of Bangkalan region and how the developmental policy impacted suramadu`s developmental area.The bridge`s project development has a multiplier effect to people in Madura for saving their times and cash on bussiness travel to Java. On the other hand, it caused population growth in suramadu area, it shows by an increasing number of people, so the demand for residential home was also increase. In addition, to fit the increased demand for residential houses is to develop the shopping centers and other supporting infrastructures. Suramadu development policy is an attempt to improve the infrasctructures to meet the complex needs. Generally it has whether positive or negative impacts. The government`s intervention on this project development was to establish an agency of Suramadu area development(BPWS). 
Implikasi Penyitaan Barang-barang Milik Negara dan Konsekuensi Hukumnya Mohammad Effendi
Unisia Vol. 30 No. 66 (2007): Jurnal Unisia
Publisher : Universitas Islam Indonesia

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Legal problems related to confiscation process of state properties should become a com- mon concern, especially in the era of administrative court. Execution of administrative court decisions is commonly accompanied by an order to pay damages or compensation. Regarding public bodies, such as Central and Regional Governments, together with their staffs, provision of damages and compensation is allocated in the National and Regional Budgets. Therefore, its implementation is relatively easier, and its problem relates only with administrative matters, different from other public bodies, such as state owned com- panies that are also included in executive tasks. This article recommends that a more detail regulation be important in order to implement administrative court decisions easier. Keywords: confiscation, public bodies, administrative court, decision.
Effect of Temperature, Time and Amount of Alkaline Treated Cotton Seaweed (ATS) Products Dried in a Dryer Oven on Product Quality Mochammad Masud; Mohammad Effendi; Miftachul Huda
Publisher : Widyagama University of Malang

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Eucheuma cottonii seaweed contains carrageenan, which is used as an ingredient for the food and beverage industry. This must be processed first by an alkaline process and then dried to become chips known as alkaline treated cotton chips (ATC) products. The process of drying seaweed was done using an oven dryer using heat energy that can be adjusted to the drying time, temperature and number of products so that the quality of the dried products of seaweed products that have been processed into Alkaline Treated Cotton Seaweed (ATS) to be used as an advanced product becomes ATC (Alkali Treated Cotton Chips). The results of this study aim to find out the optimal value of temperature, drying time and the amount of ATS to get output from ATC in accordance with SNI 8170: 2015 standard and received by the customer. Based on the results of the study, it was found that the minimum significant drying process for moisture content was 12.10% at level 2, 1 kg weight, level 2 temperature 70 oC with level 3 drying time 400 minutes. Whereas the maximum gel strength is 910 gram / cm2 at level 1, weight 0.5 kg, level 2 temperature 70 oC with level 2 drying time 320 minutes.