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The 1st International Forum On Business And Economy (IFBE 2019)

Event starts on 2019.11.13 for 2 days in Banjarmasin

https://ifbe.ulm.ac.id | https://ifory.id/conf-abstract/QJjgT68Nu

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Analysis of Single Currency Implementation in ASEAN+3
Mohamad Ahlis Djirimu, Haerul Anam, Frilly Andrelia Utami

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Corresponding Author
Mohamad Ahlis Djirimu

Institutions
Department of Economics and Development, Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Tadulako, Central Sulawesi, Campus Bumi Tadulako Tondo, Soekarno-Hatta Road, Km14 Tondo, Palu, 94117.

Abstract
The objective of this research is to analyse the feasibility of implementing single currency policy in ASEAN+3 countries based on annual data from 1993 to 2017. In this research, the panel data is analysed using Pooled Least Square regression model and Moving Average forecasting method to predict optimum currency area indices of ASEAN+3 in the period of 2018 to 2022. The results showed that (1) ASEAN+3 region is not ready to implement single currency policy because of an increasing trend of asymmetric shock, lack of business cycle synchronization, and differences in production structure, trade relations, and economy size among ASEAN+3 countries. (2) There are four converged country pairs which mean higher feasibility of forming optimum currency area for the four country pairs; Brunei Darussalam and Singapore have the most symmetrical foreign exchange volatility among the other country pairs.

Keywords
single currency, optimum currency area, ASEAN+3

Topic
International Economics

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/89DJNH7uEwqx


ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECT OF DIGITALIZATION OF ELECTRONIC MONEY ON CASHLESS SOCIETY AND ELECTRONIC MONEY INFRASTRUCTURE AS A MODERATING VARIABLE
Tumpal Manik

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Tumpal Manik

Institutions
Universitas Maritim Raja Ali Haji
Tanjungpinang, Riau Island

Abstract
An abstract is to examine and analyze the effect of digitizing electronic money on cashless society and electronic money infrastructure as a moderating variable. This type of research is a qualitative study, using secondary data in the form of time series from January 2014 - June 2019, a total of 66 data obtained from the publication of the website of Bank Indonesia. Data processing was tested with statistical applications through the classic assumption test, t-test, f-test and determination test. The test results indicate that the variables that have a significant effect on cashless society; 1) electronic money transactions have a significant effect of 0.929; 2) electronic money supply has a significant effect of -1,470; 3) digitalization of electronic money has a significant effect of -0,543; 4) electronic money infrastructure has a significant effect of -1,463; 5) simultaneously has an effect of 74.4%. While electronic money infrastructure as a moderating variable that strengthens the effect of electronic money transactions on cashless society by 27.6%.

Keywords
Digitalization of electronic money, cashless society and infrastructure

Topic
Business Sector Accounting

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/nFLzK8CfQVDg


ARE THERE CONTINGENT FACTORS THAT AFFECT AND NOT AFFECT TOWARDS CORRUPTION LEVELS ? (EVIDENCE FROM PROVINCES GOVERNMENT IN INDONESIA) *)
Wardahayati 1) ; Syaiful Hifni 2); Sarwani 3); Atma Hayat 4) Lili Safrida 5); Akhmad Sayudi 6); Wahyudin Nor 7)

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syaiful hifni

Institutions
ULM

Abstract
This research was conducted to know, the effect of contingent factors, such: audit opinion, audit findings, audit follow-up on the. and the Regional Government Implementation Report (LPPD) towards the level of corruption of the provincial government in Indonesia. The population as universe of this research are governments cross country who has mandate to enhance good governance. Population target of this research are 34 Provinces in Indonesia, which can be used the data intended for research are 32 Provinces witih 62 sampel. This research is an associative quantitative study to explain the effect of contingent factors of 4 variables independent on dependent variable by using a statistical test the regression model with classical assumption uses the SPSS program. The results of this study indicate that audit opinion, audit findings, follow-up on audit results, do not affect towards the level of corruption in Provincial governments in Indonesia. Meanwhile, for empirical fact, the Local Government Implementation Report (LGIP) show, has a positive effect on the level of corruption in the provincial government in Indonesia. This proves that the Provincial government which obtained the Fair Without Exception opinion, with audit findings and follow-up audits by the Supreme Audit Board (BPK) did not contribute to the level of corruption of the provincial government in Indonesia. This is identified even though the performance of the provincial government is good does not mean the level of corruption is decreasing. As additional finding, corruption is a form of human failure type because it violates the rules, as part of fraud that can be identified, be identified still as culture.Therefore it requires combating corruption with ethical intelligence (reactive intelligence with values). As human development manner for the controlling basis of Individuals influence on the environment of planning and implementation that more remain certain for integrity culture. It depend on contingent factors, such as, culture (power distance and individualism for ethical intelligence link with organizational intelligence) that as are trigger corruption (appear as artifact-culture) that been discussed.

Keywords
This research was conducted to know, the effect of contingent factors, such: audit opinion, audit findings, audit follow-up on the. and the Regional Government Implementation Report (LPPD) towards the level of corruption of the provincial government in Indonesia. The population as universe of this research are governments cross country who has mandate to enhance good governance. Population target of this research are 34 Provinces in Indonesia, which can be used the data intended for research are 32 Provinces witih 62 sampel. This research is an associative quantitative study to explain the effect of contingent factors of 4 variables independent on dependent variable by using a statistical test the regression model with classical assumption uses the SPSS program. The results of this study indicate that audit opinion, audit findings, follow-up on audit results, do not affect towards the level of corruption in Provincial governments in Indonesia. Meanwhile, for empirical fact, the Local Government Implementation Report (LGIP) show, has a positive effect on the level of corruption in the provincial government in Indonesia. This proves that the Provincial government which obtained the Fair Without Exception opinion, with audit findings and follow-up audits by the Supreme Audit Board (BPK) did not contribute to the level of corruption of the provincial government in Indonesia. This is identified even though the performance of the provincial government is good does not mean the level of corruption is decreasing. As additional finding, corruption is a form of human failure type because it violates the rules, as part of fraud that can be identified, be identified still as culture.Therefore it requires combating corruption with ethical intelligence (reactive intelligence with values). As human development manner for the controlling basis of Individuals influence on the environment of planning and implementation that more remain certain for integrity culture. It depend on contingent factors, such as, culture (power distance and individualism for ethical intelligence link with organizational intelligence) that as are trigger corruption (appear as artifact-culture) that been discussed.

Topic
Human resource Management

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/vUCp9jEFm3Gh


Assessing Readiness to Develop Halal Tourism in South Kalimantan, Indonesia
Mochammad Arif Budiman*, Manik Mutiara Sadewa, Lusiana Handayani

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Corresponding Author
Mochammad Arif Budiman

Institutions
Prodi Akuntansi Lembaga Keuangan Syariah, Politeknik Negeri Banjarmasin
*m.arif.budiman[at]poliban.ac.id

Abstract
The halal tourism industry has grown rapidly in recent years throughout the world. This motivates a lot of countries to develop their potential to attract as many tourists as possible. Being the biggest Muslim country worldwide, Indonesia has great potential for this halal tourism industry. Unfortunately, the potential has not been developed evenly in many provinces of the country. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to assess readiness to develop the province of South Kalimantan as a favorite halal tourism destination in Indonesia. The study was conducted with qualitative and quantitative approaches using observation and survey methods. The findings show that South Kalimantan has great potential and promising prospects for developing the halal tourism industry and attracting domestic and foreign visitors because of its Muslim population, strong Islamic heritage and rich cultural traditions as well as beautiful natural panorama. However, this province has several shortcomings in developing halal tourism mainly due to limited facilities and infrastructure to support tourism and a lack of cleanliness, tourism innovation, and promotion.

Keywords
halal tourism, readiness, tourist destination, Islamic heritage, visitor

Topic
Islamic Economics, Business and Accounting

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/2VLevaqmCYkP


Contingency Based Tourism Village Managerial: Proposed Development of Eco-Village Tourism in Bantul Regency.
Hadi Oetomo (a*) Titik Kusmantini(b) Hendri Gusaptono(c) Yekti Utami (d)

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Corresponding Author
Hadi Oetomo

Institutions
a*;b,c,d, Faculty of Economics and Business, UPN Veterans Yogyakarta Yogyakarta
Corresponding email address: titik.kusmantini[at]upnyk.ac.id

Abstract
This research aims to review the theoretical study of contingency theory and the concept of entrepreneurship in the context of submitting research prepositions about antecedent factors and the consequences of management patterns of eco-village tourism. Observations are planned to be carried out using a sample of 11 tourist villages in Bantul Regency and data collection is carried out by in-depth interview techniques with 25 research participants including community leaders, business people and government officials who manage Small and Medium Enterprises (SME). More detailed this paper explores the external and internal environmental factors that have a significant influence on the managerial pattern of eco-friendly tourism villages. Managerial pattern dimensions include the intensity of innovation, pro-active behavior and business agility are also predicted to determine the success of the management of environmentally friendly tourism villages.

Keywords
Managerial Pattern, Eco-Village Tourism, External and internal environment, The success of eco-village tourism, Bantul Regency.

Topic
Human resource Management

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/ydxrphGCtewv


DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC POTENTIAL OF VILLAGE: VILLAGE COOPERATIVE VS VILLAGE BUSINESS UNIT (BUMDES)
Tri Mardiana, A.Y.N. Warsiki, Sucahyo Heriningsih

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Corresponding Author
Tri Mardiana

Institutions
UPN “Veteran” Yogyakarta

Abstract
The independent village has become an ideal for every villager, the Village Law No.6 2014 has brought a breath of fresh air to the village, because to realize the development of an independent village is not only obtained from the budget (APBD) but directly from the village ministry (APBN). The creation of good village governance is a must for villages to realize autonomous, accountable and transparent management of village funds. One form of the use of village funds by creating a village business unit in the form of a Village Cooperative (Koperasi) and Village Business Unit (Bumdes), which aims to improve the welfare of the village community, so that village independence is achieved. The formation of village cooperatives and community service units as business units is expected to increase the economic resources of the community in the village. This research uses the method of literature study and discussion by describing it in a related way with village business units in the form of village cooperatives and Bumdes. The results of this study indicate that, village cooperatives, have not maximized the benefits for village development, because those who can enjoy the results of cooperative efforts are only those who are members of cooperatives, while those who are not members of cooperatives cannot enjoy the benefits of village cooperatives. To reduce the weaknesses of village cooperatives, there are alternatives to the establishment of village unit business entities (BUMDes), as a place for various business units that can be developed by villages, such as waste business units, village markets, village tourism, and even village cooperatives to join BUMDes. However, the success of BUMDes requires the participation of all village communities so that the economy of the community in the village can improve and become an independent village.

Keywords
village cooperatives (Koperasi), village unit business entities (BUMDes), independent village

Topic
Regional Economics

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/rDjxgtz87JhA


EFFECT OF INFORMATION SHARING ON SUPPLY CHAIN PERFORMANCE MEDIATED BY COMPANY RELATIONSHIP
Titik Kusmantini, Dika Setya Prayogi, Tri Wahyuningsih, Krisnandini Wahyu Putri

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Corresponding Author
Titik Kusmantini

Institutions
UPN Veteran Yogyakarta

Abstract
Entering the era of globalization, economic shifts and market trends are increasingly fast and difficult to predict, so the role of information as the main ingredient of decision making in companies becomes important. This study aims to determine the effect of information sharing (IS) on supply chain performance (SCP) which is mediated by the company relationship (CR). The survey was conducted through distributing questionnaires to 48 samples of batik SMEs in Yogyakarta city selected by simple random sampling method then the data was analyzed using path analysis with SPSS 15. The results of the study found a significant positive effect of IS on SCP indicated by the correlation coefficient (R) of 0.374 and t count> t table at a significance level of 5% (4,976> 2,014). Then the significant positive effect of IS on CR is shown by the value of the correlation coefficient (R) of 0.453 and the value of t count> t table at the significance level of 5% (4.540> 2.014). Then the significant positive effect of CR on SCP is shown by the value of the correlation coefficient (R) of 0.360 and the value of t count> t table at the significance level of 5% (3.896> 2.014). Finally, the significant positive effect of IS on the SCP that is mediated by CR is shown by the sum of the coefficients of 0.537 then tested using the sobel test and produces z count> t table at a significance level of 5% (3.078> 2.014). This research contributes to the development and theoretical application, especially in the field of operational management.

Keywords
Information Sharing, Supply Chain Performance, and Company relationship

Topic
Strategic Management

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/Fa68kNyVfZ9h


Exploring Muslim Generation Z Perpectives Toward Halal Cosmetics
Alfina Rahmatia

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Corresponding Author
Alfina Rahmatia

Institutions
IAIN Palangka Raya

Abstract
Nowadays, halal cosmetic gets popular among young generation, especially generation Z as an internet generation. It made Indonesia as the second largest expenditure on halal cosmetic in the world on 2017 in which the Muslim generation Z becomes the market target. Owing to such interests, the main objective of this study is to explore the perspectives of Muslim generation z toward halal cosmetics in Indonesia. Primary data used in this study are collected from in-depth interview based on purposive sampling method. The study uses qualitative method through literature study and in-depth interview in which the interview data use descriptive analysis. The result shows that religiosity value, health factor, and halal cosmetics marketing strategy are influencing the perspectives of Muslim generation Z toward halal cosmetics.

Keywords
Muslim Generation Z, Perspective, Halal Cosmetics

Topic
Islamic Economics, Business and Accounting

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/WkdMzvQjbANT


Green Village For Sustainable Tourism on Srimulyo Village Piyungan Bantul
Danang Wahyudi Erni Ummi Hasanah Mochamad Syamsiro Retno Lantarsih Hermawan Prasetyanto Evi Gravitiani

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Corresponding Author
Erni Ummi Hasanah

Institutions
Universitas Janabadra STP AMPTA Universitas Sebelas Maret

Abstract
Green tourism is one form of ecotourism, emphasis on national park or protected area as a tourism destination. Green tourism can be a part of green life style as a green mind. The aim of this study is the implementation of Green Village management on Sitimulyo, Piyungan, Bantul, Yogyakarta and reform Sitimulyo to be one of tourism destination. Based on a process of action research, this paper explores the attitudes and perceptions towards sustainability and how they influenced the people engagement. We demonstrate that the partnership was effective in enabling the villagers engaged in the project to take control over the process. Behaviour changes were reported by the villagers actively engaged with the initiative. The Green Village did not snowball to the entire community, however many of those who chose not to engage associated the word Green with traits that they did not identify with.

Keywords
green village, sustainable tourism, Sitimulyo village, Bantul Yogyakarta

Topic
Environmental Economics and Sustainable Development

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/daDqHmXL8KNg


IMPLEMENTATION OF DECISIONINVEST IN CAPITAL MARKET TO LABORATORY OF FINANCIAL AND CAPITAL MARKET STUDY PROGRAM MANAGEMENT
Hasa Nurrohim KP, C Ambar Pujiharjanto, Sri Isworo Ediningsih

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Corresponding Author
Hasa Nurrohim KP

Institutions
Program Studi Manajemen, UPN Veteran Yogyakarta

Abstract
This research carried out to look back at investment decisions made by the academic community within the Management Study Program UPN "Veteran" Yogyakarta, both conducted by lecturers, employees and students. The existence of the Financial and Capital Market Laboratory is expected to make it easier for lecturers, employees and students to invest in the form of share ownership. Testing is done by multiple regression by testing the factors of Neutral Information, Accounting Information, Classic, Social Relevance, Advocate Recommendation, Personal Financial Need.

Keywords
the Financial and Capital Market Laboratory, lecturers, employees and student, testing factor investment

Topic
Financial Management

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/An2DY3P7MvQK


Inter-regional Economic Development in Kalimantan
Wita Karina Ramlan (a), Saipudin (b), Rusmin Nuryadin (b)

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Corresponding Author
WITA KARINA RAMLAN

Institutions
(a) Postgraduate Program (S2) of the Faculty of Economics and Business of Lambung Mangkurat University, Banjarmasin Kalimantan Selatan
(b) Faculty of Economics and Business of Lambung Mangkurat University, Banjarmasin

Abstract
This study aims to determine the leading sectors, shifts in economic structure, regional grouping based on growth structures, and the abundance paradox that exists in the Kalimantan Region. This study uses secondary data in the form of: Gross Domestic Product, Gross Regional Domestic Product, economic growth, population growth, income per capita, number of poor people and HDI. The analysis tools used in this study are Location Quotient (LQ) analysis, Dynamic Location Quotient (DLQ) analysis, Shift-Share analysis, and Klassen Typology analysis. The results showed that from 17 business sectors from 2013 to 2017, the agriculture, forestry and fisheries sectors; mining and quarrying sector; water supply, waste management and recycling sectors; construction sector; transportation and warehousing sector; government administration, defense and compulsory social security sectors; education service sector; and the health service sector and social activities are the leading sectors in the Kalimantan Region, both now and in the future. During the period 2013-2017 several regions in the Kalimantan Region experienced a shift in economic structure. The area that is classified as advanced is North Kalimantan Province, while the area that is classified as relatively underdeveloped is South Kalimantan Province. Some regions indicated by the paradox of abundance are East Kalimantan, North Kalimantan and West Kalimantan.

Keywords
leading sectors, Shift-Share, Tipology Klassen, and abundance paradoxes

Topic
Regional Economics

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/FfvgcqU8QZWE


Kalimantan Major Airport Food & Beverage Outlets: Profit-Driven or Public Service-Driven?
Rawintan E. Binti; Enny Hardi; M. Hudaya; Rifqi Novriyandana

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Corresponding Author
Rawintan Endas Binti

Institutions
FEB ULM

Abstract
This research embarks from the authors experience and public grievance on costly food and beverage sold by food and beverage outlets in Kalimantan Major (KM) Airport. Even for urbanites, price offered by the outlets is noticeably expensive than those sold in the down-town outlets, moreover for countryside people, the price is not really friendly. The research aims to know and understand the rationale of rent cost determination suspected to the main contributor of food and beverage being expensive. Qualitative approach is employed to understand this case more clearly with case study research strategy. On-site observation revealed that most tenants won the bidding of food and beverage outlets are established entrepreneurs that have strategic information on business prospects in KM Airport, chain business entities that have nationally and internationally network. It is hardly found ordinary entrepreneurs being tenants of food and beverage outlets because of the high cost rent offered. Not surprisingly, the tenants then push the high cost on customers. These circumstances have caused KM Airport, owned by state, seems loses its direction to maintain the equilibrium between the public-service entity and profit-oriented entity, for example the absence of drinking fountain has forced the airport users to buy water in the outlet that the price is double. KM Airport also has not set structure or percentage of the tenants, from categories: micro / small, established, national chain and international chain entities. Without affirmative policy, it is hardly to find a balanced model of business that is profit driven, while at the same time has strong commitment to serve its customers with public service standards and affordable prices of food and beverage. The contribution of this study is to offer a balanced model of business in the context of airports operated in developing countries where its users come from multiple strata.

Keywords
airport, public service, profit driven, balanced model

Topic
Business Sector Accounting

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/YLbZzBRjp4KH


Perceived Destination Competitiveness of Banjarmasin Urban Tourism
Sari Hepy Maharani¹, Rudy Haryanto², Rahmatul Jannatin Na-imah³

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Corresponding Author
Sari Hepy Maharani

Institutions
Banjarmasin State Polytechnic (Politeknik Negeri Banjarmasin)

Abstract
A successful tourist destination must offer an integrated component of the tourism system and competitive destinations. Today, the destination finally competes on the quality of the tourist experience offered to visitors. This study aims to measure the influence of the experience and involvement of tourists on the perceived competitiveness of destinations. The survey was conducted on 200 tourists who visited Siring Banjarmasin on weekends. The results of the analysis using Structural Equation Modeling show that because most Siring Banjarmasin tourists are local people, the stages in the quality of experience and tourism involvement do not have a significant effect on the perceived competitiveness of destinations.

Keywords
Quality of Tourist Experienced, Perceived Destination Competitiveness, Involvement

Topic
Marketing Management

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/9WVEpMmkuFax


REINFORCEMENT OF DIGITAL-BASED RISK MANAGEMENT IN ISLAMIC BANK FINANCING IN THE DISRUPTION ERA
Tri Hidayati (a*) and Muhammad Syarif (b)

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Corresponding Author
Tri Hidayati

Institutions
a) Sharia Faculty, state Islamic religion institute of Palangkaraya
Jalan Goerge Obos, Palangkaraya, central kalimantan
email: tri.hidayati[at]iain-palangkaraya.ac.id
b) Islamic economy and bisnis faculty, State Islamic University of Antasari, South Kalimantan
email: syarif.muhammad849[at]gmail.com

Abstract
The existence of Islamic banks in the disruption era should be reinforced by accelerating financing process through an easier, more efficient and effective application using risk management based on Islamic principles. This legal research was aimed to exsplore regulation-s power of Islamic bank financing risk management and its application in BNI Syariah. The data was qualitatively analyzed using a systemic interpretation method. The results are; first, some regulations related to digital-based risk management of Islamic bank financing haven-t regulated credit scoring system and there is no fatwa from DSN-MUI concerning risk management guidelines of Islamic financing. Second, BNI Syariah financing starts applying digital-based risk management by screening process using Intranet LAN-based EFO (Electronic Financing Origination) application that the history data of customer transaction connected to Financial Information Service System (FISS/SLIK) managed by Financial Services Authority (FSA/OJK) will be easily recognized. Once the financing is given, risk mitigation is operated in BNI Syariah through ICONS (Integrated and Centralized Online System) application using Intranet LAN for checking customers- funds and debt transactions. Financing submission services are provided in offline, while the payment is provided in both offline and online (ATM, auto debit, mobile banking, and internet banking).

Keywords
Risk management, Islamic bank financing, digital

Topic
Islamic Economics, Business and Accounting

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/Md8haEwZgjCm


RICE FIELD LAND PRODUCTIVITY IN FULFILLMENT OF RICE POPULATION IN THE DISTRICT WONOSOBO, CENTRAL JAVA
Sodik, Asih Sri Winarti, Eko Murdiyanto, and Wahyu Dwi Artaningtyas

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Corresponding Author
Jamzani Sodik

Institutions
UPN Veteran Yogyakarta

Abstract
This study aims to determine how much rice production in Wonosobo regency year 2010- 2017, and to find out how the level of productivity of paddy fields. The initial idea of this study was due to the increasing population in Wonosobo District from 2010-2017 which led to the conversion of paddy fields to settlements, this would reduce the resources of agricultural land for rice production. This study uses a descriptive method with a quantitative approach, while the data needed in this study is secondary data obtained from BPS Wonosobo Regency and analyzed using Microsoft Excel by comparing the demand (demand) and the supply (supply). To find out the level of productivity of paddy fields used the carrying capacity of agricultural land formula. Based on the results of the analysis, it is found that from the side of the demand or need for rice in 2017, it can be calculated based on the population and physical consumption figures of 97939,61223 tons. While the results of calculations in terms of availability or production of rice in the Wonosobo Regency in 2017 amounted to 11197.69707 tons. So if we compare the needs with availability, Wonosobo Regency has a deficit which means that the number of rice needs in the Wonosobo Regency in 2017 is below the demand or demand rate. Furthermore, if seen from the productivity level of paddy fields in 2017 based on rice production or availability, it shows that Wonosobo Regency has a deficit with availability of 0.014279007 tons, this figure is below the minimum physical consumption figure of Wonosobo Regency population of 0.124 or equivalent to 342 gr/person/day. Productivity based on the carrying capacity of agricultural land also experienced a deficit, the value of a indicates 0.0000001458, less than 1 (a <1) which means that the Wonosobo Regency is no longer capable of food self-sufficiency.

Keywords
Keywords: productivity, paddy land, rice production, rice needs

Topic
Regional Economics

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/WHtbTDYxpmRe


STRATEGIC APPROACH FOR HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION 4.0
arasy fahrullah(a*), agil rasul baharsyah (b), prayudi setiawan prabowo (a)

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Corresponding Author
Arasy Fahrullah

Institutions
Universitas Negeri Surabaya, Faculty of Economics, Department of Economics (a)
arasyfahrullah[at]gmail.com(*)
Universitas Negeri Surabaya, Faculty of Economics, Department of Management (b)

Abstract
At present, the world is entering the era of the industrial revolution 4.0. or the fourth world industrial revolution where technology has become the basis of human life. Everything becomes infinite and unlimited due to the development of the internet and digital technology. This era has influenced many aspects of life both in the economic, political, cultural, artistic, and even to the world of education. To cope with knowledge and competence challenges related to new technologies and processes of Industry 4.0 new strategic approaches for holistic human resource management are needed in manufacturing companies. Due to the continuous automation of simple manufacturing processes, the number of workspaces with a high level of complexity will increase, which results in the need of high level of education of the staff. The vision of Industry 4.0 will be bring not only new approaches but also the methodologies and technologies, which will have to be introduced into companies. The transition to such a sophisticated production will not be possible immediately. The main reasons are high financial costs and the lack of qualified employees. The challenge is to qualify employees to shift their capacities to workspaces with more complex processes and ensure the retention of jobs in changing working environments. A strategic approach for employee qualification is described in this contribution.

Keywords
Industry 4.0, Human Resources Management, Strategic Approach

Topic
Human resource Management

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/M2fTJ6b4REBp


Sustainable Economic Development Based On Aquaponic Technology In Peat Area With Acidic Water In Jejangkit Village
Agus Pebrianto(a), Ahmad Rizani(b), Adi Pratomo(c)

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Corresponding Author
Agus Pebrianto

Institutions
a) Business Administration Department, Politeknik Negeri Banjarmasin, Jalan Brigjen H. Hasan Basri Komp. Kampus ULM, Banjarmasin, Indonesia
agoesyoriko[at]yahoo.com
b) civil engineering department, Politeknik Negeri Banjarmasin, Jalan Brigjen H. Hasan Basri Komp. Kampus ULM, Banjarmasin, Indonesia
a.rizani[at]poliban.ac.id
c) informatics management Department, Politeknik Negeri Banjarmasin, Jalan Brigjen H. Hasan Basri Komp. Kampus ULM, Banjarmasin, Indonesia
adipratomo[at]poliban.ac.id

Abstract
Jejangkit village in South Kalimantan is a peat land area which is mostly used for agriculture. The average annual peat paddy harvest is once a year, where during the 8 mons planting season there is a 4-month gap caused by low tide. This condition is a period of unemployment because most of its citizens are farmers. In addition to farming, the community in the Jejangkit village has a desire to plant fish and raise fresh fish such as catfish, but the problem faced by the community in the local area is that the area is very prone to flooding when it rains. Another problem is the level of water acidity in the area, where these conditions are quite difficult for the community to garden and raise freshwater fish. Therefore the solution offered to solve this problem is the use of an aquaponics system with a combination of water filtering for the normalization of water PH, so that in addition to fish farming can run properly and also agriculture can be run even though the area is flooding. The application of aquaponics technology with a combination of water filtering, aquaculture and plantations can be realized which can increase income for residents who want to develop independent businesses both managed by the community and by individuals. This is considered important because by looking at the unemployment period of 4 months, it is felt very necessary to manage an independent business that has long-term potential. One way to develop fisheries is with a semi-rubber tarpaulin pool formed like a drum with an iron frame, while solutions for plantations can be solved by applying aquaponics. Aquaponic system, which is a combination of hydroponics and aquaculture systems that are mutually symbiotic (Rakocy et al., 2006, Diver, 2006). Plantations using the aquaponics system can be done on both narrow and wide land, plants do not need to be watered and fertilized, pool water does not need to be replaced, environmentally friendly and can be done by all members of the community. Based on these advantages, the aquaponics system is a suitable solution for plantations and fisheries in swamp and peat areas. In addition the aquaponics system can also be used as additional income, because of the nature of aquaponics which is simple, practical and easy to do by all groups without special expertise.

Keywords
Aquaponic; Economic; Peatland

Topic
Environmental Economics and Sustainable Development

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/ja8tpVLdeHWY


The Effect Of Corporate Reputation And Customer Value Creation On Customer Satisfaction Provider Internet Indihome In Central Java
Bayu Kurniawan (a*), Nazief Nirwanto (b), Achmad Firdiansjah (b)

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Corresponding Author
Bayu Kurniawan

Institutions
a) Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Ekonomi AKA Semarang
Jl Citarum 44 Semarang
bayukurniawan3[at]gmail.com
b) Faculty of Economic and Business University of Merdeka Malang

Abstract
To achieve this goal, one solution that is being encouraged by the government is to spur domestic industries to continue to innovate in the face of the industrial revolution era 4.0. Innovation and changes to the business model are demanded to be more efficient and effective, the progress of Information Communication Technology (ICT) has also penetrated the Indonesian telecommunications industry. The sample obtained in this study was 100 respondents. The analysis of this research is regression analysis. The conclusion of the findings in this study is that the companys reputation and customer value creation have a positive and significant influence on customer satisfaction.

Keywords
Corporate Reputation, Customer Value Creation, Customer Satisfaction, Internet Provider

Topic
Marketing Management

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/zr8uUFCvng4B


THE EFFECT OF INFLATION, BANK INDONESIA INTEREST RATE AND RUPIAH EXCHANGE RATE ON MARGIN MURABAHAH REVENUE AT BNI SYARIAH
Siti Bulkis (a*) and Mochammad Arif Budiman (b)

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Mochammad Arif Budiman

Institutions
(a) Alumni of Prodi Akuntansi Lembaga Keuangan Syariah, Politeknik Negeri Banjarmasin
*sitibulkis3[at]gmail.com
(b) Lecturer of Prodi Akuntansi Lembaga Keuangan Syariah, Politeknik Negeri Banjarmasin

Abstract
This study aims to explain the effect of inflation, Bank Indonesia interest rates and the Rupiah exchange rate on murabahah margin income at BNI Syariah. The data used in this study are secondary data that is accessed directly from the BNI Syariah official website, namely monthly financial statements from the span of April 2015 to December 2018. The analysis technique used is multiple linear regression analysis. Simultaneous test results show that inflation, Bank Indonesia interest rates and the Rupiah exchange rate affect murabahah margin income. As for the partial test results (T-Test), the inflation variable does not significantly influence murabahah margin income, while Bank Indonesia interest rates and Rupiah exchange rates have a significant effect on murabahah margin income.

Keywords
inflation, Bank Indonesia interest rates, Rupiah exchange rates, murabahah margin income, BNI Syariah

Topic
Islamic Economics, Business and Accounting

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/t8bR2FWhawcu


The Effect of Knowledge Management on Marketing Performance Through Competitive Advantages of MSMEs Food Processing in Purworejo Regency, Central Java
Hesti Respatiningsih (a*), Nazief Nirwanto (b), Junianto Tjahjo Darsono (b)

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Corresponding Author
Hesti Respatiningish

Institutions
a) Program Studi Manajemen, Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Ekonomi Rajawali
Jl.Gajah Mada Km.7, Bayan, Purworejo, Jawa Tengah
*hesti.respatiningsih[at]gmail.com
b) Program Pascasarjana Program Doktor Ilmu Ekonomi, Universitas Merdeka Malang
Jalan Terusan Dieng No. 62-64 Klojen, Pisang Candi, Kec. Sukun, Kota Malang, Jawa Timur

Abstract
When MSMEs is confronted with a global market with a high level of competition, the MSMEs problem becomes even more complicated. Consumer behavior is increasingly critical to demand any business has an advantage in market competition. The era of the industrial revolution 4.0, there are three main challenges that must be understood by MSMEs, namely technology, automation, and disruption. Application of marketing strategies through the use of digital technology is one of the efforts to scale up for MSMEs to have competitive value. This study aims to determine the effect of knowledge management on marketing performance through the competitive advantage of food processing MSMEs in Purworejo Regency. This study uses data from a questionnaire distributed to 100 Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) entrepreneurs engaged in food processing. Data were analyzed by qualitative research methods with the type of exploratory research. The results showed that knowledge management had a significant effect on marketing performance through the competitive advantage of food processing MSMEs in Purworejo Regency

Keywords
Knowledge managemet, competitive advantage, marketing performance, MSMEs,market competition

Topic
Marketing Management

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/jNuWARxQevbX


THE EFFECT OF MACROECONOMICS VARIABEL TO THE VOLATILITY OF INDONESIA SHARI-AH CAPITAL MARKET STOCK
Rihana Sofie Nabella

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Rihana Sofie Nabella

Institutions
Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Brawijaya

Abstract
Indonesias sharia capital market continues to develop and become an alternative investment. Compared to conventional capital markets, sharia capital markets are believed to be stronger against crises, changes in economic fundamentals and financial market shocks. This study aims to analyze the effect of macroeconomic variables on Indonesia Sharia Stock Index. This research uses Error Correction Model (ECM) method. The results of this study are the rising exchange rate and world crude oil price will decrease Sharia Index of Indonesia Shares (ISSI), in the long run and short term increase of BI Rate will increase Sharia Index of Indonesia (ISSI) and inflation rate does not affect Indonesia Sharia Index ( ISSI).

Keywords
Indonesian Sharia Capital Market, Macro economics variables, Error Correction Model (ECM)

Topic
Islamic Economics, Business and Accounting

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/y3LrtaJjZDbg


THE EFFECT OF PERCEIVED WORK VALUE, PERCEIVED WORK ENVIRONMENT AND PAY SATISFACTION ON TURNOVER INTENTION (STUDY AT MILLENNIALS GENERATION IN PT ADARO INDONESIA TANJUNG TABALONG KALIMANTAN SELATAN)
Rochman Hidayat(a*), Achmad Alim Bachri (b)

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Corresponding Author
Rochman Hidayat

Institutions
a) Magister of Human Resources Management
Faculty of economic & Business, Lambung Mangkurat University, Banjarmasin
Jl. Brig. Gen. H. Hasan Basry, Banjarmasin, 70123
*hidayat.rochman[at]gmail.com
b) Faculty of economic & Business, Lambung Mangkurat University, Banjarmasin
Jl. Brig. Gen. H. Hasan Basry, Banjarmasin, 70123

Abstract
This research aims to analyze the effect of perceived work value, perceived work environment and pay satisfaction on turnover intention. The research can be considered as an explanatory causality study. The population in this study was 328 permanent employees at the staff level who were born in 1980-2000. Stratified random sampling was used as sampling technique in this research. The sample size is 180 employee which distributed by proportional sampling. Descriptive statistic and multiple regression are used as data analysis technique. T- Test is used to test the hypothesis at 95% confidence level. Research concluded that there were a negative significant partial effect of perceived work value, perceived work environment and pay satisfaction on turnover intention.

Keywords
perceived, work value, work environment, pay satisfaction, turnover intention

Topic
Human resource Management

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/2bJdvDQrjCGn


The Effect of Perception on Ease of Use and Perception of Usability on The Implementation of Financial Accounting Standards for Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (SAK EMKM) in MSMEs at Banjarmasin City
Hj. Nurul Qalbiah (a*), Sandra Iriawan (b*)

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SANDRA IRIAWAN

Institutions
a) Politeknik Negeri Banjarmasin
*nurul_qalbiah[at]akuntansipoliban.ac.id
b) Politeknik Negeri Banjarmasin
*sandra_iriawan[at]akuntansipoliban.ac.id

Abstract
This study examines the Effect of Perception of Ease and Useful Perception on the Implementation of SAK EMKM at MSMEs in Banjarmasin City. The sample of this study is employees of accounting and MSMEs leaders who want to make financial reports but have never made financial reports based on SAK EMKM by totaling 50 respondents. Hypothesis test results indicate that Perception on Ease of Use and Perception of Usability have a positive effect on the Implementation of Accounting Standards for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (SAK EMKM).

Keywords
Perception of Ease of Use, Perception of Usability, Financial Accounting Standards for Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (SAK EMKM)

Topic
Business Sector Accounting

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/T97n8VagFd6H


THE EFFECT OF SMOG FACT TOWARDS THE ECONOMIC REVENUE OF SMALL TRADERS IN THE CITY OF PEKANBARU
Prama Widayat, Heppi Syofya

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Corresponding Author
Prama Widayat

Institutions
Universitas Lancang Kuning Pekanbaru Riau and Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Ekonomi Sakti Alam Kerinci Jambi

Abstract
The smog that occurred in Riau Province has seriously disrupted the activities of residents, especially in the fields of education, transportation and economy. One of them is the city of Pekanbaru which is quite severe experiencing smog so that it also disrupts the economic income of small traders who rely on life from selling. For this reason, it is necessary to see how big the impact of decreasing income experienced by small traders and how the solution to overcome them. This research uses descriptive method by taking 100 samples of small traders in the city of Pekanbaru. Of the 100 traders sampled, not all traders experience a decrease in income, about 70 percent of the sample has decreased income while another 30 percent has no income decrease. For those who experience a decline in opinion ranging from 10 percent to 15 percent in one night because of the weakness they have that is dependence on the weather, lack of flexibility and minimal creation in the business. As for those who did not experience serious impacts in their business when the smog occurred, they were already using online applications such as go-food and grab-food in running their businesses.

Keywords
income, small traders, applications

Topic
Regional Economics

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/dTUkPfXz8CJH


The effect of working capital management on firm value. Evidence in Indonesian firms
Agung Satmoko, Sri Isworo Ediningsih, R. Heru Kristanto HC

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Agung Satmoko

Institutions
FEB UPNV Yogyakarta

Abstract
The management must allocate working capital on a level which could maximize the wealth of the and marginal benefits of working capital in the firm. The company with flexible financing when facing a negative shock could avoid financing difficulties, and could provide funds for investing purposes when the shareholders and cash allocation strategy which balanced the cost opportunity to invest arose. Working capital management is reinforced by investment policies, debt policies, stable macroeconomic conditions and an appropriate diversification strategy. Good working capital management will increase company value. The purpose of this paper is to explain the effect of working capital management on firm value and to analyze moderate factor investment, debt, macroeconomics.

Keywords
working capital, firm value, investment policy, debt policy, macroeconomics.

Topic
Human resource Management

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/U69u378BCXmK


THE INFLUENCE OF TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP, POWER DISTANCE, AND FOLLOWERSHIP ON THE CAPABILITY OF MAKING A FIRST DECISION IN KOSTRAD
Burhanudin Amin, Hamidah, Kazan

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Burhanudin Amin

Institutions
Universitas Negeri Jakarta

Abstract
The purpose of the study is to analyze the influences of Transformational Leadership, Power Distance and Followership on the Capability of Officers Decision Making in Kostrad. The research method used is the survey method which is taken from 293 respondents and associative research explanations using the quantitative research. The writer uses path analysis as the data analysis techniques. The results of the study shows that (1) Transformational Leadership has a direct positive effect in Decision Making Capabilities, (2) Power Distance has a direct positive effect in Decision Making Capabilities, (3) Followership has a direct positive effect in Decision Making Capabilities, (4) Transformational leadership has a direct positive in Followership, (5) Power Distance has a direct positive effect in Followership, (6) Transformational leadership has a direct positive effect in Decision Making Capabilities that has a direct positive effect in Power Distance, (7) Transformational leadership is influential not through the Power Distance mediation variable, (8) Transformational leadership has a positive indirect effect in Decision Making Capabilities through mediation in Followership variables. (9) Power Distance has an indirect positive effect in Decision Making Capabilities through mediation in Followership variables.

Keywords
Transformational Leadership, Power Distance, Followership, Decision Making Ability of Kostrad Officers.

Topic
Human resource Management

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/9xfmnqYGcA24


The Role of Religious Values and Entrepreneurial Success Factors on Business Sustainability of Fruit Sellers in Wetlands Area (The Study of Small and Medium Entreprises in Handil Bakti, Barito Kuala)
Hastin Umi Anisah1), Marijati Sangen 2), Meiske Claudia3) Wimby Wandary

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Hastin Umi Anisah

Institutions
Faculty of Economy, Lambung Mangkurat University

Abstract
The aim of this study is to acquire the empirical evidence of the role of Religious Values and Entrepreneurial Success Perception to business sustainability on Wetland-s MSMEs. The research method employs the quantitative method which designed in conclusive, non-experimental, descriptive and cross-sectional. The research population is the fruit traders which categorized as micro and small-medium enterprises (MSMEs). The sampling technique applied for the study determined by its convenience – the non-probability sampling approaches – in this case were all the fruit traders along the Handil Bakti streets. The census technique includes all of them as research primary data provider. Partial Least Square will be used as the data analysis technique. This study finds that the religious values have significant influence not only on entrepreneurial success perception and but also on MSME-s business sustainability.

Keywords
Religious Values, Entrepreneurial Success Perception, Business sustainability, MSMEs

Topic
Islamic Economics, Business and Accounting

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/uAYqhban4eGW


Valuation of Bedah Menoreh Rural Tourism Program in Sidoharjo and Gerbosari Village Kulon Progo Yogyakarta
Nurwiyanta Erni Ummi Hasanah Evi Gravitiani Nur Khasanah Enny Mulyantari Risdiyanto

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Erni Ummi Hasanah

Institutions
Universitas Janabadra STP AMPTA Universitas Sebelas Maret

Abstract
Rural tourism is the important engine for rural development, but on the other side, it brings environmental problems. Program Bedah Menoreh is one of rural tourism which has connectivity between tourism destinations on Menoreh hills. Sidoharjo dan Gerbosari are two villages which are projected as a rural tourism. The economy aspect and sustainability are two aspects to be balanced, as a critical aspect in rural area in developing countries. Aim of this study is to valuate the rural tourism on the village. We use the contingent valuation method (CVM) to analyze the tourist willingness to pay to conserve the tourism area in two villages. The result are almost all tourist are concern about the sustainability of rural tourism area

Keywords
rural tourism area, Bedah Menoreh Program, contingent valuation method, sustainability, Kulonprogo Yogyakarta

Topic
Environmental Economics and Sustainable Development

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/pZmWRVXh6PQU


When Economic Growth and Poverty Level Analyzed With Simultaneous Dynamic Panel Data Method
PRINCE CHARLES HESTON RUNTUNUWU

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PRINCE CHARLES HESTON RUNTUNUWU

Institutions
Faculty Of Economy and Business
University of Khairun, Ternate, North Maluku

Abstract
This study aims to examine and analyze: (i) the impact of private investment and education expenditure, on economic growth districts/municipalities in North Sulawesi province in the first model, (ii) the impact of economic growth, inequality of economy growth dan number of population to poverty level in 11 regencies and 4 cities in North Sulawesi Province period 2010 - 2015. Research using simultan dynamic panel data regression method. This study was conducted in North Sulawesi Province has 11 districts, Minahasa, Sangihe, Talaud Islands, South Minahasa, North Minahasa, Southeast Minahasa, Bolaang Mongondow, Bolaang Mongondow North, Bolaang Mongondow South, Bolaang Mongondow East, Sitaro and 4 cities of Manado, Bitung, Tomohon and Kotamobagu. The results of the first model study show different effects and vary according to each variable. Private investment has a significant effect on economic growth. Which implies that an increase in private investment can increase economic growth. Education expenditure has a significant effect on economic growth. Which implies that the increase in education spending leads to an increase in economic growth. The results of the second model study show that economic growth has significant effect on poverty level in regencies/cities in North Sulawesi Province. Which means that an increase in economic growth could have an impact on the rise in poverty levels. Population has significant effect to poverty level. Negative relationship means that an increase in the number of people can reduce poverty.

Keywords
Economic Growth, Poverty Level, Simultaneous Dynamic Panel Data

Topic
Regional Economics

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/fAFW3hLjNbMK


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