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TEORI PERTUMBUHAN BASIS EKSPOR: PENERAPANNYA UNTUK PERTUMBUHAN REGIONAL DI KABUPATEN JEPARA Matitaputty, Shandy Jannifer
Optimum: Jurnal Ekonomi dan Pembangunan Vol 5, No 2 (2015)
Publisher : Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis Universitas Ahmad Dahlan

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (358.499 KB) | DOI: 10.12928/optimum.v5i2.7838

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Jepara district is a district that was born from trading activities. This studyintends to analyze the characteristics of Jepara regency economy associated withregional growth theory of export base and see a picture of the application of the theoryof the growth of the export base in Jepara regency. This study uses a model export baseanalysis and sector analysis model base. The results showed the condition of Jepararegency trade balance defi cit should be a concern if you want to implement a growthmodel export base. Community characteristics, expertise woodcarving hereditary, theability to survive in times of crisis, as well as branding of furniture and handicraftcarving that can actually be used as the power demand (exports).
PERKEMBANGAN INFRASTRUKTUR DAN PERUBAHAN HIRARKI KOTA (STUDI KASUS KABUPATEN/KOTA DI JAWA TENGAH BERDASAR TAHUN SENSUS PENDUDUK 1990, 2000, 2010) Matitaputty, Shandy Jannifer; Primadani, Anita
Optimum: Jurnal Ekonomi dan Pembangunan Vol 7, No 1 (2017)
Publisher : Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis Universitas Ahmad Dahlan

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (425.338 KB) | DOI: 10.12928/optimum.v7i1.7903

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The population growth of a region and its adjacent areas will create new needs. These needs are created by the advancement of culture and the increasing complexity of population activity. The emerging needs give rise to the consequent increase in infrastructure provision. The availability of adequate municipal infrastructure is believed to be one of the factors driving the city’s development as reflected in the hierarchy of the city.Central Java province has 35 districts adjacent and interact with each other.Each of these districts has a population that changes with time. City residents are considered as a society that has high economic activity that will spur revenue growth region.The development of urban infrastructure is likely to result in the development of the urban population which ultimately increases the hierarchy of the city. This study intends to see whether infrastructure developments in districts in Central Java will result in an increase in urban population in the region which further impacts on changes in the hierarchy of cities. The results show that population growth has resultedin increased population activity, transportation and technology systems along with the times. In the long run, this leads to a change of urban hierarchy. This is also because the adjacent districts will be connected and infl uenced. Changes in the hierarchy of cities that occurred in the years 1990-2010 in the district in Central Java province showed that the highest hierarchy position occupied by Semarang City. This is driven by the rapid development of infrastructure and technology in Semarang City. The rapiddevelopment of infrastructure and technology of Semarang City become a big enough attraction for residents of the surrounding area to move to Semarang City
PERKEMBANGAN INFRASTRUKTUR DAN PERUBAHAN HIRARKI KOTA (STUDI KASUS KABUPATEN/KOTA DI JAWA TENGAH BERDASAR TAHUN SENSUS PENDUDUK 1990, 2000, 2010) Shandy Jannifer Matitaputty; Anita Primadani
Optimum: Jurnal Ekonomi dan Pembangunan Vol 7, No 1 (2017)
Publisher : Universitas Ahmad Dahlan

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (425.338 KB) | DOI: 10.12928/optimum.v7i1.7903

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The population growth of a region and its adjacent areas will create new needs. These needs are created by the advancement of culture and the increasing complexity of population activity. The emerging needs give rise to the consequent increase in infrastructure provision. The availability of adequate municipal infrastructure is believed to be one of the factors driving the city’s development as reflected in the hierarchy of the city.Central Java province has 35 districts adjacent and interact with each other.Each of these districts has a population that changes with time. City residents are considered as a society that has high economic activity that will spur revenue growth region.The development of urban infrastructure is likely to result in the development of the urban population which ultimately increases the hierarchy of the city. This study intends to see whether infrastructure developments in districts in Central Java will result in an increase in urban population in the region which further impacts on changes in the hierarchy of cities. The results show that population growth has resultedin increased population activity, transportation and technology systems along with the times. In the long run, this leads to a change of urban hierarchy. This is also because the adjacent districts will be connected and infl uenced. Changes in the hierarchy of cities that occurred in the years 1990-2010 in the district in Central Java province showed that the highest hierarchy position occupied by Semarang City. This is driven by the rapid development of infrastructure and technology in Semarang City. The rapiddevelopment of infrastructure and technology of Semarang City become a big enough attraction for residents of the surrounding area to move to Semarang City
TEORI PERTUMBUHAN BASIS EKSPOR: PENERAPANNYA UNTUK PERTUMBUHAN REGIONAL DI KABUPATEN JEPARA Shandy Jannifer Matitaputty
Optimum: Jurnal Ekonomi dan Pembangunan Vol 5, No 2 (2015)
Publisher : Universitas Ahmad Dahlan

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (358.499 KB) | DOI: 10.12928/optimum.v5i2.7838

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Jepara district is a district that was born from trading activities. This studyintends to analyze the characteristics of Jepara regency economy associated withregional growth theory of export base and see a picture of the application of the theoryof the growth of the export base in Jepara regency. This study uses a model export baseanalysis and sector analysis model base. The results showed the condition of Jepararegency trade balance defi cit should be a concern if you want to implement a growthmodel export base. Community characteristics, expertise woodcarving hereditary, theability to survive in times of crisis, as well as branding of furniture and handicraftcarving that can actually be used as the power demand (exports).
Perkembangan Industri Furnitur Kabupaten Jepara Serta Kaitannya Dengan Potensi Penerimaan Pajak Shandy Jannifer Matitaputty; Westri Kekalih; Agnes Arie M. Christie; Paulina Rini Hastuti
Praxis : Jurnal Sains, Teknologi, Masyarakat dan Jejaring Vol 2, No 2: Maret 2020
Publisher : Soegijapranata Catholic University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24167/praxis.v2i2.2500

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Jepara Regency is one of the areas that is the center of the furniture industry in Indonesia. The development of the furniture industry is expected to increase regional income and tax revenue. This study discusses to look at the development of the furniture industry in Jepara Regency, asking for the development of the furniture industry with Jepara Regency revenue as well as potential tax revenues related to the development of the Jepara Regency furniture industry. This research uses quantitative descriptive analysis method. The quantitative descriptive analysis used includes trend analysis, analysis of the furniture industry tax, and Input-Output (I-O) analysis. The results showed; 1. Furniture Industry in Jepara Regency still has an upward trend of development from year to year both in terms of the number of business units, production volume and number of workers, 2. The Furniture Industry has an important role in developing Jepara Regency in terms of labor, 3 The role / relationship of the furniture / wood material industry in Jepara Regency to other sectors to input suppliers or related future links above the regional average. 4. Increase in taxes in accordance with government taxes, but the potential for tax revenue from the furniture business industry in Jepara Regency shows a positive trend.