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KONVERGENSI HARGA PANGAN POKOK ANTAR WILAYAH DI INDONESIA Kiha, Emilia Khristina; Rindayati, Wiwiek
JURNAL EKONOMI DAN KEBIJAKAN PEMBANGUNAN Vol. 2 No. 1 (2013): Jurnal Ekonomi dan Kebijakan Pembangunan
Publisher : IPB University

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In Indonesia, the increase in food prices usually results in the rise in the inflation rate. To cope with this problem, a better food distribution among regionsis absolutely required. This study aimed to describe the dynamics of food prices, to test the convergence level of food prices and to analyze the factors that influence the changes in food prices between regions in Indonesia. The data used were obtained from the Central Agency of Statistics and the Ministry of Agriculture from  2002 to 2010. The method used was analysis of dynamic panel data (First Difference-Generalized Methode Moment/FDGMM). The results of the study showed that all commodities of food prices were convergent, sugar at the highest level and rice at the lowest, while the factors that influence changes in food prices were production rate, Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and population.  Keywords: Convergence, Food Prices, GMM Panel Data
ANALISIS FAKTOR YANG MEMENGARUHI AGLOMERASI INDUSTRI UNGGULAN DAERAH DAN HUBUNGANNYA DENGAN DAYA SAING INDUSTRI DAERAH Zuliastri, Fikanti; Rindayati, Wiwiek; Asmara, Alla
JURNAL EKONOMI DAN KEBIJAKAN PEMBANGUNAN Vol. 2 No. 2 (2013): Jurnal Ekonomi dan Kebijakan Pembangunan
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The manufacturing industry sector is a major driver of economic growth in Indonesia with the largest contribution to the components of Gross Domestic Product is 25.60 % in 2012. But the globalization and liberalization of international trade requires industries to be more competitive. Improving the competitiveness of the industry can be done through the development of regional-based industrial sector main industry that area. The purpose of this study was to analyze the competitiveness and industrial agglomeration, the causality relationship between competitiveness and agglomeration industry and the factors that influence agglomeration of province main industries. This study was using large and medium scale industry raw data. The data analysis using Location Quotient, Hoover Balassa Index, Granger Causality method and panel data method with Fixed Effect Model. The result of panel data regression shows factors that influence the agglomeration of province main industries are firm size, value added, the diversity of industry, industry competition index, competitiveness index, wages and road infastructure. Keywords: Agglomeration, Granger Causality, Industrial Competitiveness, Panel Data
THE IMPACT ANALYSIS OF ASEAN-JAPAN COMPREHENSIVE ECONOMIC PARTNERSHIP (AJCEP) FOR TRADE FLOW AND ECONOMIC GROWTH’S CONVERGENCE Darsono, Tri Arifin; Hakim, Dedi Budiman; Rindayati, Wiwiek
JURNAL EKONOMI DAN KEBIJAKAN PEMBANGUNAN Vol. 4 No. 1 (2015): Jurnal Ekonomi dan Kebijakan Pembangunan
Publisher : IPB University

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       Free Trade Area (FTA) between ASEAN and Japan, which is called ASEAN-Japan Comprehensive Economic Partnership (AJCEP), has been established since 2002 as goods and services flow gateway. AJCEP plays an important role to bring the development, economic security, and economic power. It can also boost the economic growth among member of ASEAN-Japan. The objectives of this research were to analyze the factors that can influence the ASEAN-Japan countries import with non-member, to analyze the occurrence of trade creation and trade diversion in trading sector among ASEAN-Japan countries with non-member, and to analyze the occurrence of economic growth's convergence in ASEAN-Japan Comprehensive Economic Partnership (AJCEP) not only among ASEAN-Japan countries, but also with non-member trading partners. The Gravity Model was used to analyze import factors and observing the occurrence of trade creation or trade diversion. The GMM model was used to observe the convergence of economic growth. The research are used Panel data methods with periods 2000 until 2013 in 13 countries.      The research found that the coefficient values in trade creation and trade diversion dummy were 0.92 and 31.41. The positive value in trade creation and trade diversion indicated the occurrence of trade creation in the import flow among ASEAN-Japan countries and non-member trading partners, as well as finding the convergence of economic growth among ASEAN-Japan countries. The convergence level was of 0.0153417 can be interpreted that the velocity to reach steady state condition was 2.00 percent per year with the assumption of ceteris paribus. The duration to reach convergence condition or half life of convergence was about 34 years. The research found the trade creation from AJCEP agreement and the occurrence of economic growth?s convergence. Based on the result, Indonesian government would likely to make relationships among countries member and non-member to invest in real sector that will boost economic growth in Indonesia. Keywords: ASEAN-Japan Comprehensive Economic Partnership, Growth?s convergence, gravity model, GMM model, trade creation, trade diversion.
COMPETITIVENESS AND FACTORS AFFECTING INDONESIAN FOOD INDUSTRY’S EXPORT TO REGIONAL COMPREHENSIVE ECONOMIC PARTNERSHIP Wardani, Mia Ayu; Mulatsih, Sri; Rindayati, Wiwiek
ETIKONOMI Vol 17, No 2 (2018)
Publisher : Faculty of Economic and Business

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Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) is regional cooperation between ASEAN, Australia, China, India, Japan, South Korea and New Zealand. The vast potential of the RCEP provides an opportunity for the improvement of the Indonesian economy. This study aims to analyze the comparative advantages and dynamics export of Indonesia?s food industry as well as the factors affecting exports. The methods used Revealed Comparative Advantage (RCA), Export Product Dynamic (EPD), and panel data. The results indicate that food industry generally has strong competitiveness in the RCEP market except in Australia, Cambodia, Japan, Korea and Laos. Meanwhile, the dynamics position of food industry exports is rising star in ten countries, and the rest are in the position of falling star and retreat. Factors that influence food exports are economic distance, real GDP per capita of the destination country, the population of the destination country, price export, trade openness and tariff.DOI: 10.15408/etk.v17i2.7239
PERMINTAAN PANGAN HEWANI RUMAH TANGGA DI PROVINSI JAWA BARAT Susanti, Endah Nora; Rindayati, Wiwiek; Sahara, Sahara
JURNAL EKONOMI DAN KEBIJAKAN PEMBANGUNAN Vol. 3 No. 1 (2014): Jurnal Ekonomi dan Kebijakan Pembangunan
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Indonesian?s consumption of food derived from animal products is relatively low. In general, the consumption behaviour depends not only on prices and total expenditure, but also on some household characteristics. Households with different characteristics have different spending patterns reflecting the level of welfare of each household. This study analyzed the food consumption of households using the LA system (AIDS) of five groups of animal based food. The data used in this research are the National Socio-Economic Survey (NSES) in 2012 in West Java Province. The result show that the consumption of animal based food is influenced by household income and also by other factors including socio-demographic household size, type of area and level of education of household head. The value of own price elasticity showed that all commodities are inelastic. Based on the values of cross elasticity, all animal based food commodities are complement to each other except that fish are substitutes for eggs. Fish and egg are categorized as normal good, whereas meat, poultry and milk are categorized as luxury goods. Key words: food consumption, animal based food, AIDS, elasticity
DAMPAK DESENTRALISASI FISKAL TERHADAP KINERJA FISKAL DAERAH DAN KETAHANAN PANGAN DI WILAYAH PROVINSI JAWA BARAT Rindayati, Wiwiek; Sanim, Bunasor; Hutagaol, M Parulian; Siregar, Hermanto
Jurnal Manajemen & Agribisnis Vol. 4 No. 2 (2007): Vol. 4 No. 2 Oktober 2007
Publisher : School of Business, Bogor Agricultural University (SB-IPB)

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The implementation of fiscal decentralization in accordance with Law No 32/2004 regarding local government and No. 33/2004 regarding inter-government fiscal relationship was considered as the new  era management  and local goverment budgets. The objectives of this study are (1) to analyze factors affecting regional fiscal performance, regional economy performance, poverty ond food security performance, (2) to evaluate impact of fiscal decentralization policy on poverty and food security in West Java.The descriptive analysis and simultaneous econometrical models were used in this study, using pooled time series data of  1995-2005 and cross section data of 13 kabupaten estimated using the 2SLS method. The result of the study shows that the DAU was the source of 68 persen of regional income.The routine expenditures were the largest regional expenditures (77 persen). The policy of increasing wages of agricultural has affectively increased food security and  poverty alleviation in West Java.
ANALISIS INTEGRASI PASAR SPASIAL KOMODITI PANGAN ANTAR PROVINSI DI INDONESIA Arnanto, Arnanto; Hartoyo, Sri; Rindayati, Wiwiek
JURNAL EKONOMI DAN KEBIJAKAN PEMBANGUNAN Vol. 3 No. 2 (2014): Jurnal Ekonomi dan Kebijakan Pembangunan
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Food prices stabilization through the food production and trade to fulfillment consumption in terms of both availability and accessibility food is government major problem. Government?s ability to determine an appropriate pricing policy depends on market structure, behavior and effectiveness. Trade barriers and market failure reduction, improved access information would make market integration effective and efficient. This study aims to analyze the market integration and the price transmission elasticity that occurs between regions in Indonesia. Using Ravallion integration analysis and a span from 2009 to 2013 on 33 provinces retail prices data in Indonesia to capture level integration and price transmission between regions. The results showed in the rice shows that Jakarta and South Sulawesi region is becoming the leading market and Jakarta for sugar market those integrated with most areas in Indonesia. Sugar and rice have a better degree of integration than soya. Integration analysis with Ravallion models cannot explain two areas integrated or not. It is necessary to study towards further for East Java in terms of either regional autonomy policy or any market failure that occurs in order to find a policy solution to be more integrated. Key words : Food, Market integration, Ravallion model
IMPACT ANALYSIS OF NON-TARIFF MEASURES (NTM) ON INDONESIAN TUNA EXPORTS TO MAJOR DESTINATION COUNTRIES Rindayati, Wiwiek; Kristriana, Oktavina Widya
Jurnal Manajemen & Agribisnis Vol. 15 No. 2 (2018): JMA Vol. 15 No. 2, July 2018
Publisher : School of Business, Bogor Agricultural University (SB-IPB)

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Currently, international trade is hampered in both tariff and non-tariff measures. Non-Tariff Measures (NTMs) are likely applied by some major trading countries. The NTM policy mostly applies Sanitary and Phytosanitary (SPS) and Technical Barrier to Trade (TBT). Tuna commodity is one of Indonesian potential exports facing NTM barriers. Indonesia has exported its tuna to a number of major destinations including China, Japan, Thailand, United States, South Korea, Singapore, and Vietnam. This study aims to analyze the export performance and NTMs impact on the Indonesian tuna export commodity. The methods used included descriptive analysis through inventory approach (coverage ratio and frequency index) and regression analysis of gravity model panel data from the period of 2009 ? 2013 with the cross sectional data of the six major destination countries. The results show that United States as a country imposing the highest NTMs and frozen tuna is the most affected commodity group by NTM effects. The gravity model estimation results show that SPS and TBT affect tuna fish exports with positive coefficients of 0.011 and 0.015 respectively.Keywords: gravity model, NTM, SPS, TBT, tuna fish
THE IMPLEMENTATION OF FISCAL DECENTRALIZATION IN ACCORDANCE WITH LAW NO 32/2004 REGARDING LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND NO. 33/2004 REGARDING INTER-GOVERNMENT FISCAL RELATIONSHIP WAS CONSIDERED AS THE NEW ERA MANAGEMENT AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT BUDGET.  THE OBJECTIVES OF THIS STUDY WERE (1) TO IDENTIFY FACTORS AFFECTING REGIONAL FISCAL, REGIONAL ECONOMY, POVERTY OND FOOD SECURITY AND (2) TO EVALUATE IMPACT OF FISCAL DECENTRALIZATION POLICY ON POVERTY AND FOOD SECURITY IN WEST JAVA.  THE DESCRIPTIVE ANALYSI Rindayati, Wiwiek; Sanim, Bunasor; Hutagaol, M. Parulian; Siregar, Hermanto
Forum Pasca Sarjana Vol. 31 No. 4 (2008): Forum Pascasarjana
Publisher : Forum Pasca Sarjana

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The implementation of fiscal decentralization in accordance with Law No 32/2004 regarding local government and No. 33/2004 regarding inter-government fiscal relationship was considered as the new era management and local government budget.  The objectives of this study were (1) to identify factors affecting regional fiscal, regional economy, poverty ond food security and (2) to evaluate impact of fiscal decentralization policy on poverty and food security in West Java.  The descriptive analysis and dynamic simultaneous equation models were used in this study, using pooled time series data of 1995-2005 and cross section data of 13 kabupatens estimated using the 2SLS method.  The result of the study showed that the DAU was the source of 68% of regional income.The routine expenditures were the largest regional expenditures (77%).  The policy of increasing agricultural development expenditures and wages affect poverty alleviation and increase food security in West Java.   Key words: fiscal decentralization, economics growth, poverty allevation, food security