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UPAYA MENINGKATKAN KESEJAHTERAAN MASYARAKAT MELALUI PROGRAM PENGEMBANGAN WISATA TAMAN KREATIF DI KELURAHAN PIPITAN KECAMATAN WALANTAKA KOTA SERANG Raden Irna Afriani; Listiawati Listiawati; Ahmad Mukhlis; Ihwan Satria Lesmana; Abdul Bahits; Wahyu Widodo; Muhammad Saleh
Indonesian Collaboration Journal of Community Services Vol. 2 No. 2 (2022): Indonesian Collaboration Journal of Community Services
Publisher : Yayasan Education and Social Center

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.53067/icjcs.v2i2.73

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Tourism development is currently aimed at sustainable tourism development with development based on the principle of community-based empowerment. One of the villages that developed with these principles is  Pipitan  Village. Pipitan Creative Park is a new tourist attraction in Kota Serang that has many tourist destinations. Pipitan Creative Park tourism  has resources that are abundant enough that it has considerable tourist potential to be developed as a tourist attraction. This place when considered more than potential can be developed as a charming beauty makes tourists more comfortable. In this case, the program implemented is to further develop the Pipitan Creative Park of Walalantaka Subdistrict. In tourism management, there are several aspects of planning, management, supervision and evaluation. But in its implementation, not optimal for this reason, the management of tourism awareness groups (Pokdarwis) is necessary. Human Resource Development, Friendly local population and Artisan community training. These methods are used to improve the economy of the community by organizing events involving the community around tourist attractions, maintenance of garbage tubs and cooperation programs with third parties. The positive impact on Creative Park attractions is the opening of jobs, increasing community income, the use of tourist facilities in the local community.
PELATIHAN INOVASI KUDAPAN DARI JAMUR TIRAM DI DESA CIHERANG KECAMATAN GUNUNG SARI KABUPATEN SERANG Listiawati Listiawati; Zenny Purwaningsih; Adelia Adelia; Binti Masruroh; Faiddatul Fuadah
Batara Wisnu : Indonesian Journal of Community Services Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): Batara Wisnu | Mei - Agustus 2021
Publisher : Gapenas Publisher

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (1081.288 KB) | DOI: 10.53363/bw.v1i2.13

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Oyster Mushrooms can provide advantages and disadvantages. From some mushrooms that can be processed to become snacks that can be consumed. Mushrooms are also sometimes used as ingredients for traditional medicine. One of the mushrooms that can be processed into food is oyster mushroom, which has been getting a lot of attention lately. Mushrooms that have a distinctive white color are known as Shimeji (Japan), Abalone Mushroom or Ayster Mushroom (Europe or America) and Supa Liat (West Java). Jamut Oyster has a high nutritional content so it can be consumed for those who are on a diet. Usually mushroom farmers sell oyster mushrooms in a fresh state. Currently in Banten there are not many who sell oyster mushrooms as processed food, although financially selling after processing is much more profitable than selling fresh mushrooms. From the results of surveys and interviews with the community around Ciherang Village, Gunung Sari sub-district, it turns out that they have not received information about how to process mushrooms to make various types of snacks. The people's knowledge is limited, which is usually only vegetables or stir-fried. In our community service, we discuss how to process oyster mushrooms. The purpose of this training is to provide partners with knowledge of processing oyster mushrooms into nuggets, shredded and broth. Partners are given information on how to make processed oyster mushrooms with good quality. Then given knowledge about how to market through online media with attractive packaging
Profitabilitas Dan Leverage Dalam Mempengaruhi Effective Tax Rate Erni Kurniasari; Listiawati Listiawati
Jurnal Manajemen Vol. 9 No. 1 (2019): Jurnal Manajemen
Publisher : Universitas Serang Raya

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (651.6 KB) | DOI: 10.30656/jm.v9i1.1024

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This study aims to determine the influence of profitability and leverage on effective tax ratepartially and simultaneously. The variables used in this study are effective tax rate, profitability, and leverage. This study is an empirical study with sample selection based on criteria. The sample used was 8 pharmaceutical companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange in the period 2013-2017. The results of the study prove that partially profitability has no influence on effective tax rate and leverage has an influence on effective tax rate. Simultaneously it is proven that profitability and leverage have an influence on effective tax rate. Based on the coefficient of determination, it can be interpreted that effective tax rate is influenced by profitability and leverage of 17.3% and other variables of 82.7%.
EFFECT OF EXCHANGE RATES AND INTEREST RATES ON STOCK PRICES ON CONVENTIONAL BANKS: PENGARUH NILAI TUKAR DAN SUKU BUNGA TERHADAP HARGA SAHAM PADA BANK KONVENSIONAL Ihwan Satria Lesmana; Listiawati Listiawati; Abdul Bahits
Indonesian Journal of Economy, Business, Entrepreneurship and Finance Vol. 2 No. 1 (2022): Indonesian Journal of Economy, Business, Entrepreneuship and Finance
Publisher : Yayasan Education and Social Center

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.53067/ijebef.v2i1.46

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One of the benchmarks in investing is the ease of obtaining information about the development of stock prices on the stock exchange. The information obtained is what is needed for investors who will invest, some information can be used as a reference for investing in the capital market including, interest rate inflation, exchange rates, price fluctuations, trading volume, important information on issuers and others.This study aims to determine how the effect of exchange rates and interest rates together on stock prices in conventional banks listed on the IDX for the 2016-2020 period.This research method uses a quantitative approach. Sources of data in this study is secondary data with a population of 42 banking companies and obtained a sample of 9 banks.Data obtained from the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX), the exchange rate (X1) against stock prices (Y) in conventional banks t-test calculation results t-test value (0.792 < 2.016) and a significance value of 0.433 > (0.05), interest rates (X2) on stock prices (Y) in conventional banks t-test results of t-test calculations (0.098 < 2.016) and a significance value of 0.923 > (0.05). Partially test (F-Test), together the exchange rate (X1) and interest rates (X2) variables on stock prices (Y) in conventional banks with the results of the calculated value Fcount (0.424) < Ftable (3.220), and it is known significance value of 0.657 > 0.05.The conclusion in this study states that the exchange rate has no effect on stock prices in conventional banks, interest rates have no effect on stock prices in conventional banks, as well as joint testing of exchange rates and interest rates has no effect on stock prices in conventional banks
PELATIHAN MANAJEMEN USAHA KEPADA PARA PELAKU USAHA INDUSTRI KECIL DAN MENENGAH (UIKM) KERIPIK TALAS BENENG DI KAMPUNG CINYURUP KECAMATAN KARANGTANJUNG KABUPATEN PANDEGLANG Suhandi Suhandi; Hadi Kurniawanto; Abdul Rauf Chaerudin; Listiawati Listiawati
Jurnal Abdimas Bina Bangsa Vol. 3 No. 1 (2022): Jurnal Abdimas Bina Bangsa
Publisher : LPPM Universitas Bina Bangsa

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46306/jabb.v3i1.179

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The majority of the residents of Cinyurup village are beneng taro farmers and entrepreneurs of beneng taro chips, but the management is still simple and is not managed systematically and wellplanned, so that it cannot provide maximum results. The aim of this training is to increase competitiveness for the small and medium entrepreneurs of taro chips into independent small industries. The method of implementation is through: seminars of material delivery, discussion, practice, mentoring, monitoring and evaluation. The results of this training show that not all small and medium industrial entrepreneurs are taro beneng chips those in Cinyurup village who have not implemented business management, have not processed distribution permits, halal certificates, produced product innovations and online marketing, due to limited funds and human resources