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Jurnal Trikonomika
Published by Universitas Pasundan
ISSN : 1411514X     EISSN : 23557737     DOI : -
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Trikonomika invites academics and researchers who do original research in the fields of economics, management and accounting.
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Keseimbangan Jangka Pendek dan Jangka Panjang Nilai Tukar Rupiah terhadap Dollar Amerika Djulius, Horas; Nurdiansyah, Yudi
TRIKONOMIKA Vol 13 No 1 (2014): June Edition
Publisher : Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Pasundan

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (1247.781 KB) | DOI: 10.23969/trikonomika.v13i1.482

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Free floating exchange rate system that has been adopted since august 1997 resulted in the strong relationship between macro economic variables with the determination of the exchange rate. Therefore the objective of this research was to explain the effect of these variables to exchange rate in the short run and the long run in the period of 1997 to 2012. The method used was econometrics through error correction model. The research result describes important roles of monetary authority, government and business sector in determining the exchange rate.
Volatility Spillover USD-IDR Exchange Rate With Indonesia Stock Price Firdaus, Naupal Irfan; Dewi, Andrieta Shintia; Iradianty, Aldilla
TRIKONOMIKA Vol 16 No 1 (2017): June Edition
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Value of imports higher than exports, causing the trade deficit, the appreciation of the currency in the developed countries, and withdrawals by foreign investors on the Indonesian stock exchange market. These things cause the movement of the exchange rate USD-IDR and Indonesian Stock Price are volatile and tend to weaken in the period from January 3, 2011 - August 31, 2016. This study to determine spillover volatility of the exchange rate USD-IDR with Indonesian Stock Price. By using current time series data, analyzed by Augmented Dickey-Fuller (ADF), GARCH, and Granger Causality. The results of the data processing rate of USD-IDR and data Indonesian Stock Price stationary at first difference by changing the level of daily data into a return of the respective data. Data having problems heteroskedasticity so it can be analyzed using GARCH. Results of the analysis showed that there is a volatility spillover between the two data. Then granger causality test results show that the causality occurs in both directions, meaning that changes in the foreign exchange market to give effect to the capital markets, and vice versa.
Effect Invesment and The Rate of Inflation to Economic Growth in Indonesia M, Saparuddin; Yolanda, Selly; Sebayang, Karuniana Dianta
TRIKONOMIKA Vol 14 No 1 (2015): June Edition
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This study aims is to determine the influence of investment and the rate of inflation either partially or simultaneously to economic growth in Indonesia. This research was conducted in Indonesia using data quarterly for 9 years from 2005 to 2013. Types of data used are secondary data. The research method is using time series multiple regression method. The regression results showed that investment and inflation partially and simultaneosly has positive and significant effect on economic growth in Indonesia.
Education and Training Program towards Work Achievement for Employees of Developer’s Company yuliati, dewi
TRIKONOMIKA Vol 15 No 2 (2016): December Edition
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The purpose of this research is to know the influence of education and training programs towards work’s achievement for employees in developer’s company Kota Bunga, Puncak, Cianjur Regency. Education and training programs consist of hardware and software dimension; as well as work achievement with the dimension of quantity and quality. Education and training variables were both assessed in terms of respondents’ responses. The results reflect that most employees would assume that training is a very important. Work achievement is the contribution of individuals or groups either in quantity or in quality against the purpose of the company. Based on the respondents’ responses, employees’ work achievement is considered as excellent. Hypothesis test shows that there is a significant and positive influence on the program of education and training towards work achievement of employees.
Faktor-Faktor yang Mempengaruhi Investasi Swasta di Indonesia Sutawijaya, Adrian; Zulfahmi, Zulfahmi
TRIKONOMIKA Vol 12 No 1 (2013): June Edition
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Exports and investment play an important role in the economy of a country that is open. Exports will generate foreign exchange, foreign exchange to finance imports of capital goods and raw materials required in the production process that will create added value for the economy. The variables examined in this study is the difference in private sector investment plans, loan interest rates, government spending, and Gross Domestic Bruto (GDP). Research on the analysis using the method of least squares OLS (Ordinary Least Square). Results of regression test based on the theory, statistical and econometric criteria. The results of this study are interest rates significantly have a positive affect on the private investment. GDP will have a positive effect on investment and also government spending has a positive effect on private investment.
Consumers’ Purchase Intention: Influencing Factors Unveiled at Korean Thematic Café (Case Study: Chingu Café) Wandebori, Harimukti; Wijaya, Vinon
TRIKONOMIKA Vol 16 No 1 (2017): June Edition
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Service quality, atmosphere, and food quality have become an important part to be considered by a firm or company in order to attract consumers and to compete in the marketplace. This research will be taking Chingu Café which is located in Bandung, Indonesia to be the object of the study. This research applied a quantitative method with total sample of 384 respondents who have visited and spent time in Chingu Café. A multi linear regression was applied to analyze the findings in order to gain the effect of service quality’s dimensions, food quality, and atmosphere on purchase intention. This research is able to gather unique findings in a Korean thematic café business. It is obtained that the most consumptive consumers are teenagers and young-adults dominated by females. More importantly, this research is able to find that service quality (tangible, reliability, responsiveness, and empathy), atmosphere, and food quality have a positive influence on purchase intention while none of such relationship between assurance dimension and purchase intention.
Pengembangan Produk Unggulan UMKM Kabupaten Sukabumi Kusdiana, Dikdik; Gunardi, Ardi
TRIKONOMIKA Vol 13 No 2 (2014): December Edition
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Micro, Small and Medium enterprises (MSMEs), in national economy, have an important and strategic role. This research examines the main product development of MSMEs in Sukabumi regency. The analysis method used is Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP). This method is used to identify MSMEs main products in several sectors appropriate to be developed. The result shows that the potential products of MSMEs in each sector, after conducting AHP analysis based on the criteria of uniqueness, market force and economic benefits, are mangosteen, metal processing and workshop services.
The Community Empowerment Program to Reduction Poverty in Banjar Saepudin, Tete; A, Acuviarta
TRIKONOMIKA Vol 15 No 1 (2016): June Edition
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This study aims to generate key strategies of sector development community empowerment to reduction poverty in Banjar. The analysis uses SWOT presented in three parts: SAP (Strategic Advantages Profile), ETOP (Environmental Threats and Opportunity Profile), and SWOT Matrix. The analysis showed the government’s attention to the program that was launched (district development program and the urban poverty program) where is by provision of Counterpart Funds from APBD has been increasing steadily every year. The mechanism has been implemented according to some regulations. The urban empowerment program should further focus and involve on the interests and needs of urban communities. The obstacles faced on the research to determine the program are, the execution (based onmain interest), the lack of human resources who understand and the plan ownership in preparing programs of community development and the lack of human resources with reliability in manufacturing reporting on the program implementation.
Tingkat Kesesuaian Gaya Kepemimpinan Ketua dengan Kematangan Anggota Hubungannya dengan Partisipasi Anggota Pakaya, Abd. Rahman
TRIKONOMIKA Vol 12 No 2 (2013): December Edition
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The purpose of this research is to know the leadership style’s compatibility level which including task behavior and relationship behaviors, the maturity of the members and the relationship with the with the participation of members of the Koperasi Unit Desa (KUD) in Gorontalo province. This study use 52 sample of KUD chairman and 140 sample members of KUD. The calculation of the sample used proportional sampling. Data were collected by interviews and distributing questionnaires to respondent. Method of anayisis using descriptive qualitative analysis techniques and quantitative methods. Hypothesis test using Kruskal Wallis different test and the Chi Quadrat. Based on the statistical analysis results can be concluded: (1) the existence of the leadership styles differentiation of the chairman, (2) there are differences in maturity level of members, (3) there is no leadership styles compatibility level of chairman toward the maturity of members in KUD at Gorontalo Province, and (4) there is a relationship of the chairman leadership style with the maturity of the members indicated from the participation of members.
Mimicry Marketing Strategy on Marketing Performance of Small and Medium Enterprise S, Suliyanto
TRIKONOMIKA Vol 14 No 2 (2015): December Edition
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The background of this research is the failure of the marketing orientation concept and the unprepared consumers to accept the societal marketing concept. There needs orientation phase that are between the marketing orientation phase and societal marketing phase. The orientation phase is Adaptive Marketing Orientation (AMO).One of the applications of adaptive marketing orientation is Mimicry Marketing Strategy (MMS). The purpose of this study is to analyze the effect of MMS to competitors, MMS to consumers, MMS to suppliers, MMS to intermediarieson the quality of relationship with partners and innovation as well as to analyze the influence of the quality of relationship with partners and innovation to the marketing performance. Samples are 100 SMEs in Banyumas; data analysis tool used is Path Analysis. The results of this study found that the effect of MMS to consumers and MMS to competitors have positive effect on innovation and the quality of relationship with partners, while MMS to suppliers, and MMS to intermediarie shave no positive effect on innovation and the quality of relationship with partners, and the quality of relationship with partners and innovations have positive effect toward marketing performance.

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