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Jambura Equilibrium Journal
ISSN : 26559110     EISSN : 26560445     DOI : -
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The aims fo this journal is to provide a venue for academicians, researchers and practitioners for publishing the original research articles or reviews articles. The scope of the articles published in this journal deal with a broad range of topics, including Ecocnomic Development, Regional Develompent Planning, Public Finance, Economi of Small and Medium Enterprise, Financial and Monetery Policy, Project Evaluation, Modelling and Econometrics.
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Effects of Capital Expenditures, Development Index and Unemployment on Poverty in Gorontalo Province Isa, Dewi Purnama; Arham, Muhammad Amir; Dai, Sri Indriyani
Jambura Equilibrium Journal Vol 1. No 1. January 2019
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This study aims to analyze the effect of capital expenditure in the form of regional government budgets to obtain fixed assets, the Human Development Index and Unemployment to the Poverty Level in Gorontalo Province. The data used are secondary data obtained from the Gorontalo Province Central Bureau of Statistics and the Registration Management Information System (Simreg Bappenas) during the period 2010-2015, the unit of analysis is 5 districts 1 city in Gorontalo Province. The research estimate uses panel data multiple regression analysis with the Fixed Model Effect (FEM) method. The results of the study indicate that (i) The amount of capital expenditure allocated by each region in Gorontalo Province shows a positive and significant influence on the Poverty Level in the 2010-2016 period. (ii) The Human Development Index, which is a benchmark for the achievement of an area in three basic things such as life expectancy, education level, and a decent level of life, turned out to have a positive and significant influence on the District / City Kemskinan Level in Gorontalo Province. (iii) Unemployment has a positive but not significant effect on the District / City Poverty Level in Gorontalo Province in the period 2010-2016. Keywords: Capital Expenditures, Development Index, Unemployment, Poverty
Effect of Special Allocation Funds (DAK), Capital Expenditures, and Investment on Economic Growth in the Sulawesi Region Ibrahim, Fera Nur Ariyani; Abdul, Irawati
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This study aims to analyze the effect of Special Allocation Funds, Capital Expenditures and Investment on Economic growth in the Sulawesi region. The data used are secondary data obtained from Simreg Bappenas and the Central Statistics Agency during 2007-2016. The unit of analysis is 6 provinces in the Sulawesi region. This study uses a panel data regression model with the Random Effect Model (REM) method. The results of this study indicate that, (i) the Special Allocation Fund has a negative and significant effect on economic growth in the Sulawesi region. (ii) Capital expenditure shows a positive and significant influence on economic growth in the Sulawesi region. (iii) Investment shows a positive and significant influence on economic growth in the Sulawesi region. Keywords: Special Allocation Funds, Capital Expenditures, Investment, Economic Growth, Random Effect Model (REM).
Analysis of the Effect of Capital Expenditures, Economic Growth and Education Levels on Labor Absorption Nugroho, Angga Bayu; Moonti, Usman
Jambura Equilibrium Journal Vol 1. No 1. January 2019
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This study aims to analyze the Influence of Capital Expenditures, Economic Growth and Education Levels on Labor Absorption in the District / City Region of Gorontalo Province. The data used is sourced from the Gorontalo Province Central Bureau of Statistics (BPS) during the period 2010-2015, SIMREG BAPPENAS. The estimation is done by the fixed effect model (FEM) method. The results showed that (i) the amount of Gorontalo Province Capital Expenditures had a negative but not significant effect on the amount of Absorption of Labor. (ii) The Economic Growth of Gorontalo Province has a negative and significant effect on the magnitude of the number of Labor Absorption. (iii) The level of education (measured by APM SMA) in Gorontalo Province has a positive and significant effect on the amount of Absorption of Labor Keywords: Capital Expenditures, Economic Growth, Education Level, fixed effect model (FEM).
Analysis of Regional Economic Competitiveness of Gorontalo Province (Case Study of Gorontalo Province Corn Commodity) Santoso, Ivan Rahmat; Olilingo, Fahrudin Zain
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This study aims to determine the analysis of regional economic competitiveness in Gorontalo Province by looking at the value of export of superior corn commodity agriculture. This research covers regional areas in Gorontalo Province. The specific objective to be achieved is to obtain analytical data on the economic competitiveness of the Gorontalo Province in terms of the competitiveness of corn commodity exports. This list is expected to be an input for stakeholders to issue policies in increasing economic competitiveness in corn commodities in Gorontalo Province. This research was carried out in Gorontalo Province with objects in 5 districts and 1 city in Gorontalo Province detecting the competitiveness of each region. The method of analysis of this study uses the RCA (Revealed Comparative) comparative analysis method with the time of the 2013-2017 study. The results of the RCA (Revealed Comparative Advantage) analysis describe the competitiveness of Gorontalo Province's corn commodity exports experiencing fluctuations in which Gorontalo Province's corn commodity exports in 2014, 2015 and 2017 had strong competitiveness, while in 2013 and 2016 Gorontalo Province's maize commodity decreased due to that year Gorontalo Province did not export corn besides the absence of exports because domestic corn prices were quite good. Keywords: Competitiveness, Corn Leading Commodities
Gorontalo Province Tourism: Leading Sector In The Middle Of Weakness And Challenge Mopangga, Herwin; Puhi, Fitriaty
Jambura Equilibrium Journal Vol 1. No 1. January 2019
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Tourism shows a significant contribution to foreign exchange and regional income in Indonesia. Defined as a priority and leading sector in the RPJMD, tourism development in the Regencies and the Province of Gorontalo must measure the results, benefits and impacts for all stakeholders. Contribution to regional income (PAD) and the composition of internal and external factors in each of the leading destinations is needed for the purpose of determining the strategy and policy of sustainable tourism development. The study concluded that tourism sector was relatively small in its contribution to each PAD total by Regencies in Gorontalo Province. The low of PADsp is relevant to the low occupancy rate (TPK) of the hotel and the length of stay (LoS). The lack of retribution income from recreation and sports spot is relevant to the lack of activities to support the attractiveness such as art and cultural attractions and local products that can be souvenirs for tourists. Infrastructure facilities at leading tourism objects are relatively incomplete or do not meet tourism standards. The low of PAD, TPK & LoS can also explain that the increase in tourists to Gorontalo is only a transit to the other tourist objects outside of Gorontalo Province. Keywords: Tourism, Leading Sector, Gorontalo, Income, Swot Analysis
ANALYSIS OF FACTORS AFFECTING CORN FARMERS 'REVENUE IN GORONTALO DISTRICT Pratiwi, Wiwi; Canon, Syarwani
Jambura Equilibrium Journal Vol 1. No. 2. July 2019
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This study aims to determine what factors influence the income of corn farmers in Gorontalo district (case study of Poor Corn Farmers in Gorontalo District). The data in this study are primary data by distributing questionnaires to poor corn farmers in Gorontalo Regency. The data analysis technique in this research is multiple regression. The results of this study indicate that the factors that influence the income of poor corn farmers in Gorontalo District (1) simultaneously the area of farmer Education, number of dependents in the family, land ownership status and the use of technology in corn farming significantly influence the income of poor corn farmers) in Gorontalo Regency. (2) partially only land area and land ownership status have a significant effect on the income of poor corn farmers in Gorontalo Regency. Keywords: Income, Corn Farming, Poor Farmers
SPATIAL DIMENSIONS OF ECONOMIC GROWTH, REDISTRIBUTION, AND POVERTY REDUCTION DURING THE YUDHOYONO PERIOD IN INDONESIA Aji, Witri Mukti
Jambura Equilibrium Journal Vol 2, No 1 (2020): Vol 2. No. 1. January 2020
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This research explores the spatial dimensions of economic growth, redistribution, and poverty reduction in Indonesia during the Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono period (i.e., from 2004 to 2014) using the poverty decomposition method, the growth incidence curve, and several pro-poor growth indices. I gathered my data from the annual National Socio-economic Surveys conducted in Indonesia between 2004 and 2014. Analyzing this data, my thesis presents three key economic insights about the Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono period:1) poverty incidence significantly declined between 2004 and 2014, 2) the economic growth that occurred during this period was generally not pro-poor, made evident by an upward sloping growth incidence curve, and 3) regional differences exist in the shape of the growth incidence curve; the pro-poorness of economic growth therefore varies between provinces. Using the classification system proposed by Kakwani and Pernia (2000), I classify provinces into the following five groups with respect to their pro-poor growth index (PPGI). Our empirical results support the pro-poor growth in a nation. However, some provinces such as North Maluku, Gorontalo and Bengkulu experienced non-pro-poor growth and weakly pro-poor. To promote the pro-poor growth in all provinces, the governmental supports in infrastructure and human capital development are essential for the above lagged provinces. Keywords: Household Expenditures; Economic Growth; Redistribution; Poverty Reduction; Spatial Dimensions; Inequality; Poverty Decomposition Method; Growth Incidence Curve; Pro-Poor Growth Indices.
THE EFFECT OF GOVERNMENT SPENDING FOR ECONOMIC STRUCTURE CHANGES IN GORONTALO PROVINCE Gobel, Dyna Pratama; Akib, Fitri Hadi Yulia
Jambura Equilibrium Journal Vol 1. No. 2. July 2019
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This study aims to determine the extent of the effect of government spending on changes in economic structure in Gorontalo Province 2011-2016. This study uses panel data regression analysis, with quantitative descriptive methods. and to calculate the shift in structure in Gorontalo Province using the formula (Structural Change Index). The results showed that Government spending directed at economic development in the Province of Gorontalomen showed a positive effect, meaning that the role of the primary sector was increasing so that it did not have an impact on changes in economic structure. Keywords: Government Spending, Economic Structural Change
THE IMPACT OF ECONOMIC GROWTH AND UNEMPLOYMENT RATE ON POVERTY IN SULAWESI Badu, Roflan R; Canon, Syarwani; Akib, Fitri Hadi Yulia
Jambura Equilibrium Journal Vol 2, No 1 (2020): Vol 2. No. 1. January 2020
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This research aims to analyze several fators that may impact the provincial poverty rate in Sulawesi. Several factors considered in this research is the economic growth (growth of Gross Regional Domestic Product) and Unemployment Rate. This research uses secondary data from Central Statistics Bureau (Badan Pusat Statistik, BPS). This research uses panel data analysis on six provinces in Sulawesi during 2010-2017. This research uses Fixed Effect Model (FEM). Based on the results, it is found that economic growth and unemployment rate has significant and positive impact on poverty rate in Sulawesi. Keywords: Economic Growth; Unemployment Rate; Poverty.
ANALYSIS OF VILLAGE DAU, DAK, AND FUNDS ON INEQUALITY DISTRIBUTION INCOME AND GROWTH IN INDONESIA 2015-2018 Ismail, Yasin R; Arham, Muhammad Amir; Dai, Sri Indriyani S
Jambura Equilibrium Journal Vol 1. No. 2. July 2019
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This study aims to analyze (1) the effect of DAU on economic growth, (2) the effect of DAK on economic growth, (3) the effect of income distribution inequality on economic growth, (4) the influence of the Village Fund on income distribution inequality, (5) the effect of growth the economy against inequality of income distribution. The data used were sourced from the Ministry of Finance through the Directorate General of Fiscal Balance and the Indonesian Central Statistics Agency during the 2015-2018 period, the unit of analysis was 33 provinces in Indonesia. This study uses a simultaneous equation regression model with the two stage least square (2SLS) regression technique with the Fixed Effect Model (FEM). The results showed that, (1) general allocation funds have a positive and significant effect on economic growth, which means that any increase in general allocation funds will be followed by an increase in economic growth. (2) special allocation funds have a negative and significant effect on economic growth. This means that any increase in special allocation funds will make economic growth decline. (3) income distribution inequality has a negative and significant effect on economic growth, which means that any increase in income distribution inequality can as much as reduce economic growth. (4) the variable of village funds has a negative and not significant effect on the inequality of income distribution, which means that any increase in village funds will make the income distribution inequality decrease. (5) economic growth variable has a negative and significant effect on inequality of income distribution, which means that any increase in economic growth can reduce inequality of income distribution decreases. Keywords: DAU, DAK, Village Funds, Economic Growth, Inequality of Income Distribution.

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