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Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business
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Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business (JIEB) is open access, peer-reviewed journal whose objectives is to publish original research papers related to the Indonesian economy and business issues. This journal is also dedicated to disseminating the published articles freely for international academicians, researchers, practitioners, regulators, and public societies. The journal welcomes author from any institutional backgrounds and accepts rigorous empirical or theoretical research paper with any methods or approach that is relevant to the Indonesian economy and business content, as long as the research fits one of three salient disciplines: economics, business, or accounting.
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KAJIAN EFEK IKLAN DAN ADVERTORIAL PADA PENGETAHUAN DAN PERSUASI YANG DIRASAKAN : STUDI PROSES ADOPSI PANGAN FUNGSIONAL Syahlani, M.M., Dr. Ir. Suci Paramitasari
Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business Vol 22, No 1 (2007): January
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A laboratory experiment examines the effect of advertisement, advertorial,Jurnal Ekonomi dan Bisnis Indonesia, Vol 22 No.1 Tahun 2007and source of information on the adoption process of functional food. The treatmentlevels in this experiment were company advertisement, public advertisement,company advertorials and public advertorial. One hundred and ninety-nine researchsubjects were selected; those were the ones who served as decision makers in buyingfood for themselves or their families. The result shows that the audio visualadvertisement only increases subjective knowledge whereas printed advertorialincreases both subjective and objective knowledge. Besides, the study alsodemonstrates that advertorial increases both subjective and objective knowledge.However, this study shows that company advertisement can increase the effect ofsubjective knowledge as much as the advertorial. The study does not prove that theindependent institutions increase stronger perceived persuasion effect than thecompany as the source of communication.Keywords: advertisement, advertorial, adoption process, functional food.
HEALTH COST IN INDONESIA: EVIDENCES FROM IFLS AND SUSENAS DATA Sanjaya, Muhammad Ryan
Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business Vol 22, No 1 (2007): January
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Artikel ini menggunakan pendekatan statistik deskriptif dari data Susenas danIFLS untuk mengetahui biaya dan pola pengeluaran untuk kesehatan masyarakatIndonesia. Dari data Susenas 2004 diketahui bahwa mayoritas rumah tanggamenggunakan pendapatan mereka sendiri untuk membiayai pengeluaran kesehatan,dan hanya sedikit yang menggunakan asuransi kesehatan maupun kartu sehat. Secarastatistik terbukti bahwa pola pengeluaran penduduk kota berbeda dan lebih tinggidibandingkan dengan masyarakat pedesaan. Juga ditemukan bahwa pengeluaranuntuk kesehatan berkorelasi positif dengan pengeluaran rumah tangga. Sementaradari data Indonesia Family Life Survey (IFLS) tahun 2000 ditemukan bahwa pangsapengeluaran untuk kesehatan lebih rendah dibandingkan data yang didapat dariSusenas. Ongkos transportasi ke fasilitas medik menambah pengeluaran untukkesehatan terutama bagi penduduk desa karena keterbatasan akses terhadap fasilitasfasilitastersebut. Meskipun penelitian ini memakai dua basis data namun hasil yangdidapat tidak dapat diperbandingkan secara langsung mengingat keduanya memilikimetode, karakteristik, dan periode waktu yang berbeda.Kata kunci: health economics, economic development, Susenas, Indonesia Family Life Survey
Non-Traded Goods and Purchasing Power Parity Deviation: Evidence from ASEAN Countries Widodo, M.Ec.Dev., Tri
Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business Vol 22, No 1 (2007): January
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Paper ini menganalisis pengaruh barang-barang tidak diperdagangkan (Balassa-Samuelson effect)terhadap purchasing power parity (PPP) antara empat negara anggota ASEAN– yaitu Singapura,Malaysia, Indonesia dan Philipina- dengan negara mitra dagang utamanya. Tiga metode analisisyang digunakan adalah univariate time series, multivariate regression dan Johansen framework ofmultivariate cointegration. Ketiga metode analisis memberikan kesimpulan yang sama. Pertama,hipotesis PPP tidak terbukti di keempat negara ASEAN. Kedua, keberadaan barang-barang tidakdiperdagangkan berpengaruh signifikan terhadap penyimpangan hipotesis PPP.Keywords: Purchasing Power Parity (PPP), Balassa-Samuelson Effect, Stationary, Multivariate Cointegration.

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