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Journal : EKO-REGIONAL JURNAL PENGEMBANGAN EKONOMI WILAYAH

Disparitas Kualitas Sumber Daya Manusia di 35 kabupaten dan kota di Propinsi Jawa Tengah Supadi, Supadi; Pudjianto, Hary
EKO-REGIONAL Vol 6, No 2 (2011)
Publisher : Jurusan Ilmu Ekonomi dan Studi Pembangunan Universitas Jenderal Soedirman

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20884/1.erjpe.2011.6.2.448

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Human development has been realized in many countries as one of objective goals to achieve national economic welfare. The problems that face on majority states were the disparities of their human development quality. On Central Java study case, with Human Development Index to count human quality development goal, this research found some indicators to reduce the disparity. Indirectly, the quality of the human development should be increased properly by pushed the local economies performance, basic education level facility, low of infrastructure damage, and also public involved on modern economic activity. Also, the difference of city and regency type that proved statistically had important effect on human development performance. Other factors that affected positively to human development quality were labor availability, industrial concentration, and health facility. This research also founded that the advancement of human development quality correlated positively to per capita income and decreasing of poverty. Keywords: human development quality, central java, poverty
Analisis Penetapan NJOP terhadap Harga Pasar dengan Metode Assessment Sales Ratio dalam Kaitannya dengan Potensi Pajak Bumi (Studi Kasus Tanah di Kecamatan Serpong Utara, Kota Tangerang Selatan) Auliani, Sally Nur; Kamio, Kamio; Supadi, Supadi
EKO-REGIONAL Vol 7, No 2 (2012)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20884/1.erjpe.2012.7.2.463

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This research entitled “Analysis of Sales Worth for Taxable Properties Decision on Market Price with Assessment Sales Ratio Method in Accordance with Property Tax (Case Study in North Serpong Sub District South Tangerang City)”. The research aims to know whether assessment sales ratio has already appropriate with Property Tax Director decision, to know property tax potential that still can be collected by Regional Government, and to know whether Sales Worth for Taxable Properties has been equalize in all North Serpong Sub District area, in South Tangerang City. The research location was in North Serpong Sub District by using data of Sales Worth for Taxable Property and market price of land from 70 transactions in 2011. Descriptive was this research method by using simple random sampling as sampling method. By using assessment sales ratio analysis, central tendency, disperse coefficient measurement, and variation coefficientThe result shows that ASR value = 65.2%, which means ASR was not appropriate with standard from Property Tax Director and there was property tax potential for 14.8% up to 34.8% or for about Rp. 48,009,940.80 up to Rp. 113,099,860.80. COD variability measurement was 26.26% and COV was 34.51%, it means Sales Worth for Taxable Property of land in North Serpong Sub District was in unbalance standard.The implication was market price of land as the basic of Sales Worth for Taxable Property was dynamic and up-to-date, thus Serpong Tax Office Service (KPP) Pratama should making list of data, estimation, and reviewing individually. SO, the renewing and adjustment toward Sales Worth for Taxable Property decision based on market price should be observed to increase the property tax potential, and Serpong KPP Pratama should add estimating and data collecting officer in the field to balance the standard of decision on Sales Worth for Taxable Property. Keywords:Assessment Sales Ratio, COD, and COV
Rice Selling Vs. Grain Selling Farms: Which One is More Profitable? Rosyandi, Adi Nurfadilah; Supadi, Supadi; Windhani, Kikin
EKO-REGIONAL Vol 14, No 1 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20884/1.ekrg.2019.14.1.1272

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The objectives of this study were to compare the income and efficiency between grain selling farmers and rice selling farmers, and analyzed added value. Population in this study were all rice farmers in Kapandayan Village. With proportionate random sampling, 34 grain selling farmers and 16 rice selling farmers were selected as respondents. The data were analyzed with income analysis, independent samples t-test, Hayami’s method and R/C ratio. The results indicated that rice selling farmers had a higher income than grain selling farmers, the result of t test indicated that there was a significant difference. Hayami’s method indicated that there was a positive added value of Rp786/kg, from which the farmers received 86% of total added value, and the remaining 14% was received by direct labor. R/C ratio of grain selling farmers was 1.57 and R/C ratio of rice selling farmers was 1.68. The analysis result of R/C ratio indicated that rice farmers in Kapandayan Village have been efficient.Keywords: Farmer, Income, Value Added, Efficiency.
FACTORS AFFECTING INCOME OF FEMALE WORKERS PRODUCING KETUPAT CASING AND THEIR CONTRIBUTION TO HOUSEHOLD INCOME Marwati, Siska; Rahajuni, Dijan; Supadi, Supadi
EKO-REGIONAL Vol 15, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20884/1.erjpe.2020.15.1.1445

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This study aims to examine the effect of education level, working time, age, work experience and number of family members on income of female workers in Datar Village and measure the extent of income contribution of female workers producing ketupat casing  to household income. The respondents were selected using the census method and data were analyzed using multiple linear. This study found that education level, working time, work experience and number of family members had a significant effect on income of female workers. Age had no effect on income of female workers. The variable with the strongest relationship to income of female workers was working time. The implications of this study are that in order to increase their income, the female workers should utilize the residue of ketupat casing production in the form of coconut sticks to make other handicrafts, such as woven plates and broom sticks. The crafts can be sold in order to increase income of female workers producing ketupat