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Jurnal Ekonomi Pembangunan
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Jurnal ekonomi pembangunan published by Pusat Pengkajian Ekonomi dan Kebijakan Publik (PPEKP), Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Muhammadiyah Malang. This journal is used as a source of information about scientific works in the field of development economics for every academician, researcher, lecturer and activist and other authors.
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PERAN LEMBAGA KEUANGAN MIKRO (LKM) TERHADAP KINERJA EKONOMI KABUPATEN JOMBANG Agustin, Atut Frida
Jurnal Ekonomi Pembangunan Vol 9, No 2 (2011): Jurnal Ekonomi Pembangunan
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (246.71 KB) | DOI: 10.22219/jep.v9i2.3676

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The objective of this study were: 1) To know the potential of Microfinance Institution (LKM) in Jombang Regency, 2) To know the role of Microfinance Institution (LKM) towards economic performance in Jombang Regency, 3)To know the needs of Microfinance Institution (LKM) Development in increasing LKM roles on the Jombang Regency economy. The results showed: First, the overall number of Microfinance Institutions (MFIs) in as many as 425 Jombang spread in 21 regencies. The regency which had LKM at most in Jombang regency for 154, the second was Ngusikan Regency. Second,The results of Econometric analysis were able to concluded that the amount of LKM, LKM capital, and the volume of bussiness impacted to the variable of economic growth in Jombang Regncy. Third, easy and soft loan had a degree of interest by 87% whereas direct aid only had a degree of interest of 13%. Meanwhile, institutions which was more effective to provide capital loans on LKM development was institutional in rural areas, for example, through another microfinance.
TOURISM SECTOR PERFORMANCE ON INDONESIA’S ECONOMIC GROWTH Hariyani, Happy Febrina
Jurnal Ekonomi Pembangunan Vol 16, No 1 (2018): JURNAL EKONOMI PEMBANGUNAN
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Tourism is believed to be a booster for economic growth in developing countries. The tourism sector in Indonesia is one of the sectors that has the highest contribution in foreign exchange to the economy. Tourism activity in the form of export trade in services is the only sector that constantly make a positive contribution in the balance of trade in services in Indonesia. This study aims to analyze the influence of tourism consumption, tourism investment and government spending to economic growth. The results of this study indicate that, in the long run, those variables affect economic growth. While in the short run, they do not influence economic growth.
PERAN INTERMEDIASI PERBANKAN TERHADAP USAHA MIKRO KECIL DAN MENENGAH (UMKM) Badriyah, Nurul
Jurnal Ekonomi Pembangunan Vol 7, No 2 (2009): Jurnal Ekonomi Pembangunan
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Bank is a business entity which accummulate funds from society in a form of saving and distributing it to society in a form of credit or other forms available in order to enhance the standard of living of society in general. Bank play role as intermediary institution which bridging two party with different self interest, whether in accumulating or investing, or even in providing other banking services including clearing. SMEs is one of business entity characterized as self liquidating since all of their funding acquired from financial institution is used to finance their business activity. It is different with corporate, where usually funding that is acquired from bank is mostly used for investment or complimenting the fixed capital of company. SMEs is not least important as bigger scale business entity, including in credit distribution since SMEs is proven to have significant and important role in economic development.
PENGARUH PENGELUARAN KESEHATAN DAN PENDIDIKAN SERTA INFRASTRUKTUR TERHADAP INDEKS PEMBANGUNAN MANUSIA DI PROVINSI MALUKU Mahulauw, Abdul Kadir; Santosa, Dwi Budi; Mahardika, Putu
Jurnal Ekonomi Pembangunan Vol 14, No 2 (2016): Jurnal Ekonomi Pembangunan
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The purpose of research is to see how the effect of government spending on education, health, and infrastructure to increase HDI District / City in Maluku Province. The research method using path analysis (path analysis) with the test criteria at the level of 5% error to view the Maluku provincial government spending on education, health, infrastructure, and also the income per capita as an intervening variable. Results of the analysis showed that the simultaneous three types of government spending such a significant effect on the HDI. It was found that with R Square of 68.1% and 31.9% explained by other variables outside the model and the partial income per capita as an intervening variable no significant effect on the increase in the HDI.
DOES INTERNATIONAL TRADE AFFECT WELFARE? ECONOMIC FIQH ANALYSIS OF UMAR BIN KHATTAB muslikhati, muslikhati; Hakim, Imamul
Jurnal Ekonomi Pembangunan Vol 17, No 2 (2019): JURNAL EKONOMI PEMBANGUNAN
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International trade in the era of globalization is essential. With international trade, the world economy becomes interconnected (Sharing economic) and interdependent. This study aims to find out and analyze how much influence international trade has on improving domestic welfare. The method used in this study is the PLS method, which is a type of multivariate research. International trade as an independent variable and welfare variable as the dependent variable is a construct of the overall model. Trade variables are indicated by FDI and Net export variables, while welfare variables are indicated by variables of income, consumption and wealth. From the results of this research, it was found that the construct variable namely international trade as an independent variable had a significant effect on the dependent variable, welfare. While the indicators for each variable, namely the value of FDI and Net exports, has a significant impact on international trade variables. Likewise with welfare indicators, namely the level of income, consumption and wealth also affect welfare.  
ANALISIS POTENSI EKONOMI SEKTORAL KORIDOR UTARA SELATAN PROPINSI JAWA TIMUR TAHUN 2005 – 2009 Andiatma, M. Sofyan
Jurnal Ekonomi Pembangunan Vol 12, No 2 (2014): Jurnal Ekonomi Pembangunan
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The research analyzes main sector, contribution of each sector and economic growth pattern in Regency / City North-South Corridor of East Java Province year 2005-2009. Research method used is Location Quentiont (LQ) analysis, contribution analysis, and Klassen typology analysis. The research uses Location Quentiont (LQ) analysis tool which is sector with the largest superiority, which are electricity, gas, and clean water in Gresik regency and sector with the smallest superiority which are farm, mining, and excavation in Mojokerto City, according to contribution analysis of trading, hotel, and restaurant in Batu city gave the biggest contribution, which is 51.72% according to Klassen typology analysis of Regency / city with fast and growth economic development is Surabaya and Mojokerto. Rapid development is Pasuruan regency, Blitar regency, batu city, Pasuruan, Blitar. Developed and pressed are Gresik regency, Sidoarjo regency, andMalangCity. The one with left economic growth are Mojokerto regency andMalangregency. According to the analysis done, it needs role from all communities, especially government to pay attention, montitor, and develop all main potential in Regency / City in North-South Corridor of East Java.
ANALISIS POTENSI EKONOMI DI SEKTOR DAN SUBSEKTOR PERTANIAN, KEHUTANAN DAN PERIKANAN KABUPATEN JEMBER Rizani, Ahmad
Jurnal Ekonomi Pembangunan Vol 15, No 2 (2017): JURNAL EKONOMI PEMBANGUNAN
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This study aims to examine the economic potential in the sector and sub-sector of agriculture, forestry and fishery of Jember Regency. In addition, this study also identifies and determines the leading sectors and sub-sectors in Jember Regency to provide an overview of the leading economic activities that can be developed in increasing the economic potential in Jember District. Analyzer used in this research include analysis of Shift-Share, Location Quotient (LQ), and Growth Ratio Model (MRP). From the research result, it can be seen that: (1) shift-share analysis shows Jember Regency economy during 2010-2015 period increased by Rp2,412.3 billion. The improvement of economic performance in Jember Regency can be seen from positive sector of agriculture sector, forestry and fishery; (2) Based on the analysis of Location Quotient (LQ) sector and the leading sub-sector in Jember Regency there is 1 sector and 1 sub-sector having average LQ> 1 or sector and subsector of the (potential) ie agriculture, farming, and plantation sub-sector; (3) Growth Ratio Model (MRP) analysis shows that the dominant sectors of growth and large contribution include estate crop sub-sector, agriculture and hunting services sub sector, forestry and logging sector, and fishery sector; (4) weighted results based on Shift-Share, Location Quotient (LQ) and Growth Ratio (MRP) analysis were obtained by the highest ranking sub-category of the most potential weighted crops sub-sector.
ANALISIS PERTUMBUHAN SEKTOR PERBANKAN DI INDONESIA TAHUN 2001-2008 Asmirawati, .
Jurnal Ekonomi Pembangunan Vol 8, No 1 (2010): Jurnal Ekonomi Pembangunan
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Intention of this research is to know level of growth of banking credit in Indonesia and know macro variable influence that is resident amounts, earnings of perkapita and amount of money supplies to growth of banking credit. Analyzer applied to know resident growth influence, income percapita, amount of money supplies to growth of credit is doubled linear regression test with statistical test two directions that is T test and F test and test ekonometrika that is classic assumption test (multikolinierity test, heteroskedastisity test, autocorrelation test). Result of research at doubled linear regression shows growth of number of residents to growth of credit influential significant. while earnings growth of percapita doesn't have an effect on significant to growth of credit and growth of amount of money supplies influential significant to growth of credit. Based on conclusion to macro variable of chartered investment counsel can be cought up with growth of credit as according to ability of Negara to be realized secure and prosperous public.
Fiscal Decentralization and Regional Disparity in East and West Indonesia’s Provinces Fadli, Faishal
Jurnal Ekonomi Pembangunan Vol 14, No 1 (2016): Jurnal Ekonomi Pembangunan
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This study aimed to examine the direct and indirect effects of fiscal decentralization on regional disparity in eastern and western Indonesia through economic growth. Analyzing variable between economic growths because growth based on several theories and previous research says that the increase in local revenues and fund balance can increase economic growth. Meanwhile, according to theory said that increasing economic growth will increase regional disparity. The method of analysis used in this study is a quantitative method, with the use of Path Analysis. The variables used in this study are the General Allocation Fund (DAU), Special Allocation Fund (DAK), Revenue Sharing Fund (DBH), local revenue (PAD), Economic Growth (G), and regional disparity (IW). While to compare the results of the analysis between Eastern Indonesia Region (Borneo, Celebes, Maluku, Papua, and Nusa Tenggara) and Western Indonesia Region (Sumatera, Java, and Bali). The results of the study is that there is no direct effect of fiscal decentralization on regional disparity and economic growth through direct fiscal decentralization on regional disparity both in eastern Indonesia western Indonesia. Although the outcome in eastern Indonesia there is only DAU variable that affects. Whereas in the west Indonesia DBH only have an influence. This is consistent with the composition of the balance funds are disbursed by the central government to local governments, where the composition of the greatest in eastern Indonesia is the General Allocation Fund in which it reflects the dependence of local governments to the center of the high, while for the West Region Indonesia composition equalization funds is greatest DBH where this is a reflection of the independence of local governments are not dependent on the central government. So as to create fiscal decentralization well then required a greater allocation of the fund balance.
ANALISIS PERAN INTERMEDIASI PERBANKAN DI INDONESIA PADA TAHUN 2004-2008 Widiantini, Astri
Jurnal Ekonomi Pembangunan Vol 8, No 2 (2010): Jurnal Ekonomi Pembangunan
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This Research is to know influence of CAR, NPL, Rate Of Interest of SBI to Ability Of Monetary Intermediasi (LDR) and to know most variable influence of LDR. Analysis method which used in this research quantitative descriptive method by using statistical analysis that is analysis of regresi doubled linear, Statistical test and classic assumption test. From result of research indicate that NPL have more influence signifikan to LDR compared to CAR and of SBI. Because NPL influence to amount of channeling of banking credit. Pursuant to conclusion above, expected banking earn more optimal its function him by taking care of storey;level assess CAR, lessening location of fund SBI as well as more selective again channeling of credit value of NPL remain to lower

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