Putu Krisna Adwitya Sanjaya
Fakultas Ekonomi Bisnis Dan Pariwisata Universitas Hindu Indonesia

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Lembaga Keuangan Mikro Adat Sebagai Penggerak Perekonomian Desa Lambing Putu Krisna Adwitya Sanjaya; Made Heny Urmila Dewi
Widya Manajemen Vol 2 No 2 (2020): Widya Manajemen
Publisher : UNHI Press

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32795/widyamanajemen.v2i2.878


This study aims to analyze the performance of Lambing Badung Regency customary microfinance institutions which are assessed from four perspectives, namely: (1) financial perspective, (2) customer perspective, (3) internal business process perspective, and (4) learning and growth perspective. This study is a type of quantitative descriptive study that explains the performance of customary microfinance institutions in 2017 - 2019. Data are collected using questionnaires, documentation, and interviews which are then analyzed using the balanced scorecard approach. This study found the fact that the performance of Lambing indigenous microfinance institutions based on four perspectives: (1) the overall finance is in the healthy category, (2) the overall customer is in a good category, (3) the internal business process is classified as efficient, and (4) learning and growth as a whole are in a good category. By having a good performance, this institution is expected to be more developed and of course, with the development of customary microfinance institutions, the economy in the area will also be increasingly stretched which can become a pillar driving the economy so that there is an acceleration of the welfare of rural communities.
DETERMINAN PENENTU PERTUMBUHAN EKONOMI BALI: SEMILOG MODELS Putu Krisna Adwitya Sanjaya; Ida Ayu Made Sasmita; Gde Indra Surya Diputra; Ni Made Tania Pradnya Parwati; Kadek Ardana Ria Wardhani
MEDIA BINA ILMIAH Vol 16, No 9: April 2022
Publisher : BINA PATRIA

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33758/mbi.v16i9.1557


Since the economic crisis triggered by the monetary crisis in mid-1997 as well as the Corona Virus Disease (COVID) 19 storm, it has devastated the world economy, including Indonesia, without exception Bali. The Bali economy crashed at the lowest point in Indonesia in history, the export rate stagnated as well as investment entering the island of Bali drastically corrected very deeply, this certainly had a very bad impact on the Balinese economy. Using data for the period 1990-2020 which was analyzed using a model approach semi-log, it is known that simultaneously government spending, foreign investment, exports and COVID 19 have a significant effect on economic growth during the analysis period, while the foreign investment factor does not partially affect Bali's economic growth. To be able to re-accelerate Bali's economic growth, it is urgent to boost other potential alternative sectors to be worked on more seriously, massively and structured, such as the agricultural sector, handicraft industry and also micro, small and medium enterprises.