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Journal of Economic Education
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Core Subject : Economy, Education,
Journal of Economic Education publishes articles of original researchs and conceptual studies economics teaching and learning. This journal is published by Postgraduate Program, Universitas Negeri Semarang.
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Development of Higher-Order Thinking Skills Assessment for High School Economic Subject Dahlan, Dadang
Journal of Economic Education Vol 10 No 2 (2021): December 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jeec.v10i2.52206

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Along with adopting a new curriculum in schools, there has been a shift of approach in terms of assessment matter that requires an assessment to be more comprehensive. This study aims to identify the economics teachers' competency deficit in developing the instruments for measuring higher-order thinking skills. The research method is Research and Development; it is a method to generate certain products and test product effectiveness. The product is in the form of an instrument model. The participants are 45 economics teachers and 270 students. The result shows that teachers' competency in making questions that involve a higher cognitive level is still considered low. It is found that only 12% of the teachers' questions are at the range of cognitive level analyzing to level creating, while the rest 88% are at the range of cognitive level remembering to level applying. This finding reflects the teachers' competency deficit in drafting HOTS questions based on the higher-order thinking aspect. According to this finding, an instrument model was then developed to measure higher-order thinking skills (HOTS). The developed instrument models are in the form of both multiple-choice and essay tests
Commercial Bank Stimulus on Economic Growth and Labour Absorption in Indonesia Irawan, Irawan; Kusuma, Rio Dhana; Irawan, Kevin Chandida
Journal of Economic Education Vol 10 No 2 (2021): December 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jeec.v10i2.52207

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This study aims to find out the effect of Commercial Bank credit on Economic Growth and Labour Absorption in Indonesia. The data source used was secondary data obtained through the publication of the Central Bureau of Statistics, Bank Indonesia, and the Financial Services Authority. The method of data collection is the periodic report data (time series) for the years 2007-2017. The analytical tool used quantitative analysis. The data analysis technique used path analysis. The results show that: 1) Commercial bank credit has a direct and significant effect on economic growth in Indonesia; 2) Commercial bank credit has a direct and significant effect on labour absorption in Indonesia; 3) Commercial bank credit does not have a significant effect on labour absorption through economic growth in Indonesia; 4) Economic growth does not have a direct and significant effect on labour absorption in Indonesia
The Impact of Entrepreneurial Knowledge, Personality, Motivation and Family Environment on Entrepreneurial Intention Through Self Efficacy Amaliah, Rizki; Kardoyo, Kardoyo; Rusdarti, Rusdarti
Journal of Economic Education Vol 10 No 2 (2021): December 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jeec.v10i2.52208

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Students at SMAN Jambi City, one of which is SMAN 7 and SMAN 11 Jambi City, have fewer entrepreneurial intentions. And research findings that vary from one study to another. The aim of this study was to see whether entrepreneurial knowledge, personality, motivation, and family environment impacted career intentions, both directly and indirectly, using self-efficacy as a mediator. With a sample size of 154 respondents, the study approach used was quantitative. Data collection methods was a questionnaire and documentation. Percentage descriptive and path analysis were used in the data analysis. (1) Entrepreneurial knowledge (X1) and entrepreneurial personality (X2) have a positive and important impact on entrepreneurial intention, according to data analysis. (2), while motivation (X3) and family environment (X4) have a positive and important impact on entrepreneurial intentions. (3) Self-efficacy can significantly mediate the impact of the family environment (X4), entrepreneurial knowledge (X1), entrepreneurial personality (X2), and motivation (X3) on entrepreneurial intentions by mediating the independent variables
Analysis of International Tourism Demand in Indonesia: An Ordinary Least Square (OLS) Approach Wasiaturrahma, Wasiaturrahma; Rohmawati, Hilda
Journal of Economic Education Vol 10 No 2 (2021): December 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jeec.v10i2.52209

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The demand for tourism in Indonesia which continues to increase every year is actually still not able to reach the predetermined target. In the Other hand there is still no research comparing proxies for calculating tourism prices (exchange rates and relative prices) in one study. The calculation of substitution prices for each of the countries studied tends to be the same. But each country has different characteristics and different tastes, so the country of substitution must be distinguished for each country. This study analyzes the demand for international tourism in Indonesia with 106 countries visiting Indonesia the most. The data used in this study is cross section data in 2018. The analytical technique used in this study is OLS. This study uses two models, namely model 1 using relative prices as a proxy for tourism prices and model 2 using exchange rates with cross exchange rate calculations as proxies for calculating tourism prices. Relative price is considered a suitable variable to be used as a proxy for calculating tourism prices because it takes into account the CPI for each country. The model that includes the relative price variable also has a higher goodness of fit, so the relative price can be used as a proxy for tourism prices
The Effect of Entrepreneurial Knowledge, Industrial Work Practices (Internship), and Family Environment on Entrepreneurial Readiness Through Self-Efficacy Renaningtyas, Dwi Lestari; Wahyudin, Agus; Khafid, Muhammad
Journal of Economic Education Vol 10 No 2 (2021): December 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jeec.v10i2.52210

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This study aims to find out the effect of entrepreneurial knowledge, industrial work practices, and family environment on entrepreneurial readiness through self-efficacy as the mediation variable. The population in this study were 568 students of the Agribusiness Expertise Program for Agricultural Product Processing for class XI and XII of Public Vocational School (SMK Negeri) Jepara Regency in the 2018/2019 academic year and a sample of 235 students was obtained with the Slovin formula with a standard error of 5%. This study used questionnaires as data collection tools. The data analysis used descriptive analysis, path analysis, and Sobel test. The results showed that 1) There was a positive and significant effect of entrepreneurial knowledge on entrepreneurial readiness (32.2%), 2) There was a positive and significant effect of industrial work practices on entrepreneurial readiness (23.7%), 3) There was a positive and significant effect of family environment on entrepreneurial readiness (14.3%), 4) There was a positive and significant effect of self-efficacy on entrepreneurial readiness (19.4%), 5) There was a positive and significant effect of entrepreneurial knowledge on self-efficacy (31.3%), 6) There was a positive and significant effect of industrial work practices on self-efficacy (16.2%), 7) There was a positive and significant effect of family environment on self-efficacy (11.5%), 8) There was a positive and significant effect of entrepreneurial knowledge (38.3%), industrial work practices (26.8%), and family environment (16.5%) on entrepreneurial readiness through self-efficacy as the mediating variable. Based on these results, it can be concluded that self-efficacy is proven could be a mediating variable for the effect of entrepreneurial knowledge, industrial work practice, and family environment on students' entrepreneurial readiness
Profitability To Stock Returns Widyakto, Adhi; Lestari, Rohmini Indah; Hanifah, Risti Ulfi
Journal of Economic Education Vol 10 No 2 (2021): December 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jeec.v10i2.52211

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The current growth of the capital market is accompanied by the growth of the stock market which continues to be in demand by investors as well, as can be seen from the information on the IDX which shows that stocks that are included in sharia are facing an increase. An investor wants to carry out analysis to make investment decisions. This analysis is technical in nature as well as fundamental. One of the fundamental analysis is the analysis of profitability ratios issued by the industry. Good monetary performance are going to be information that's used as a positive signal by investors, as a result of industries that have sensible financial performance can offer a lot of edges for investors. the aim of this analysis is to look at and analyze the profit variables of stock returns on the IDX for the 2016-2020 period. The population of this research is an industry listed on the IDX. This research uses illustration criteria, we get illustrations from 40 industries listed on the IDX for the 2016-2020 period and publish information on annual financial reports on the IDX that are needed throughout the research. The variables employed in this analysis are EPS, ROE, ROA, dimensions as management variables, and stock returns as the dependent variable. The results of this research show that investors in the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) view the profitability ratio as a signal for making investment decisions. Variable dimensions may be used as management variables used in this analysis. Profitability ratios taken by investors are ROA, EPS. So it must be a special attention for industries
Analysis of Eastern Indonesia's Electricity Demand 2014-2019 Fatmawati, Anisa
Journal of Economic Education Vol 10 No 2 (2021): December 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jeec.v10i2.52212

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Electricity is a primary need for all people. Electricity is an essential factor in the development of every country, both in terms of economic and social aspects. This study aims to analyze the effect of connected power capacity, electricity prices, population, GRDP on electricity demand in Eastern Indonesia. The method used in this research is panel data regression analysis. This study indicates that the variables connected to power capacity and per capita GRDP have a positive and significant effect on electricity demand in the Eastern Indonesia region. Meanwhile, the price of electricity has a negative effect on the demand for electricity in Eastern Indonesia areas. Then the population variable has a negative and significant effect on electricity demand Eastern Indonesia areas
The Effect of Good Corporate Governance (GCG) on The Value of The Company in Manufacturing Companies Listed on The Indonesia Stock Exchange in 2018-2020 Widyarti, Endang Tri; Suhardjo, Yohanes
Journal of Economic Education Vol 10 No 2 (2021): December 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jeec.v10i2.52213

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All information in the company's financial statements is useful to investors and users of financial statements because the information contained in the financial statements can be taken into account by stakeholders and users of financial statements when making economic decisions. The focus was on attracting the attention of the financial statements and focused only on information about income. The purpose of this study is to find out. Impact of Audit Committee on Good Corporate Governance, Management Ownership and Institutional Ownership on the Enterprise Value of Manufacturing Companies Listed on the Indonesian Stock Exchange in 2018-2020. The population of this study included 75 manufacturing companies. The variables of this study were management ownership, institutional ownership, and corporate value audit committee. Methods of data analysis using multiple linear regression, coefficients of determination, and hypothesis testing. As a result of this study, the management equity regression coefficient was 0.304, t count(3.847) > t table(1.66) and sign(0.000), <(0.04), institution ownership is 0,378, t count (3,678) > t table (1.66) and sign (0.02) < (0.05) and audit committee 0,365, t number (4,387) > t table (1.66) and sign (0.000) <(0.01) based on the coefficient test results R2 determination of 70,4 This refers to institutional assets and administrative ownership of the Audit Committee. Together they have a positive and significant impact on company values. This can be demonstrated in the F test 37,451 of a manufacturing company listed on the Indonesian Stock Exchange in 2018-2020
The Influence of Entrepreneurial Knowledge, Family Roles, and Social Media on Interest in Entrepreneurship with Self Efficacy as Mediator Variable Wahyuni, Kristin; Yanto, Heri; Oktarina, Nina
Journal of Economic Education Vol 10 No 2 (2021): December 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jeec.v10i2.52216

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Creation of spirit of entrepreneurship that is high on students' vocational beginning of their interest in entrepreneurship was itself so that should be fostered to develop the students of SMK. The emergence of interest in entrepreneurship does not appear so alone, but some factors influence it. The purpose of this study was to determine the role of entrepreneurial knowledge, the role of family, social media, and self-efficacy in increasing interest in entrepreneurship. This research uses a quantitative approach. The research population was 205 students of class XI of the Online Business and Marketing Expertise Program at State Vocational Schools throughout Jepara Regency with a sample of 136 respondents. Methods of data collection using a questionnaire. Analysis of data using analysis descriptive and analytical path. Results of the study showed that knowledge of entrepreneurship affects self-efficacy. Social media affects self-efficacy. The role of family influence on the knowledge of entrepreneurship. The role of the family does not affect self-efficacy. Self-efficacy affects an interest in entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurial knowledge affects an interest in entrepreneurship. Social media does not affect entrepreneurial interest. The role of the family has an impact on social media. Social media affects entrepreneurial knowledge
Determinant of Cocoa Farming Production in Subah and Pecalungan, Batang Lestari, Puji; Kardoyo, Kardoyo; Sudarma, Ketut
Journal of Economic Education Vol 10 No 2 (2021): December 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jeec.v10i2.52217

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The aim of this study is to analyze the influence of fund, land area, farming experience, and number of labor on a cocoa production which is moderated by a farming motivation in Subah and Pecalungan, Batang. It is a quantitative descriptive research study. A random sampling technique was used in the sample selection of simple random sampling. The data collection method was using questionnaires. The data were analyzed by a path analysis with moderated regression analysis. Results of the study shows that fund influenced the cocoa production which is moderated by the farming motivation for 0.4976 or 49.76%, land area influenced the cocoa production which is moderated by the farming motivation for 0.4853 or 48.53%, farming experience did not influence on the cocoa production which is moderated by the farming motivation for -0.0151 or -1.51%, and number of labor influenced the cocoa production which is moderated by the farming motivation for 0.5177 or 51.77%. Suggestion for the next researcher is to analyze on another variables that influence the cocoa production, for instance; amount of the productive cocoa trees, weather, and farming technology

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