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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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PERILAKU AGREGAT MONETER DALAM SISTEM KEUANGAN/PERBANKAN GANDA DI INDONESIA Achsani, Noer Azam
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The main difference between contemporary Islamic monetary system and conventional monetary system is the replacement of interest system with profitand-loss sharing (PLS) system, which both have different behavior in influencing monetary stability. This study aims to analyze demand for money, conventionally and Islamically, in Indonesia and to determine the relationship between money supply in the two system and price level as the goal of monetary policy. Methods used are Vector Auto Regression (VAR) and Vector Error Correction Model (VECM). The results show that PLS return negatively correlated with Islamic demand for money. In Islamic demand for money, the value of correction error is significant, so that there is an adjustment towards its long-term equilibrium. The Islamic demand for money stabilizes quicker to response the shock from other variables compare to that of conventional demand for money. Moreover, there is no cointegration between money supply, conventionally and Islamically, with price level, so that inflation targeting framework of monetary policy implemented by Bank Indonesia need to be reviewed.Kata Kunci : permintaan uang konvensional, permintaan uang Islam, sistem keuangan/perbankan ganda, VAR/VECM
PROSES PEMBENTUKAN SIKAP SECARA BERJENJANG: STUDI EMPIRIS DI BIDANG PERLUASAN MEREK Haryanto, Budhi
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This study examines goodness-of-fit model to explain brand extensionphenomenon. Specifically, explaining the influence of brand similarity, belief toward core brand, and motivation to elaborate information on attitude toward brand extension.Laboratory experiment was used to ascertain controlled variables. Participants consist of 598 undergraduate students in business. Hierarchical regression analysis was used to elaborate the linkage among these observed variables. The study shows that complexityof brand extension was linearly influenced by brand similarity, belief toward core brand, and motivation to elaborate information. The finding confirms that the decision toward brand extension was significantly tested. Implications for further research are alsodiscussed.Kata kunci: perluasan merek, sikap, perilaku konsumen, kognitif.
Pengaruh Volume Perdagangan Saham, Deposito dan Kurs terhadap IHSG Beserta Prediksi IHSG (Model GARCH dan ARIMA) Murwaningsari, Etty
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The objective of this research is to identify the influences of stock trading volume, deposits and exchange rate to the stock price index (IHSG).This research examines secondary data from Indonesia Stock Exchange Reference Center for monthly IHSG from 1992-2006 as well as deposit interest rate and exchange rate from Bank of Indonesia at the same period. The statistical modelings usedto test the hypothesis are GARCH and ARIMA Model.Hypothesis test 1 and 3 shows that the stock trading volume has positive influence, while interest rate has negative influence to the stock price index. Test on hypothesis 2 indicates that exchange rate has no significant influence to stock trading volume. Based on the prediction obtained by ARIMA and GARCH method, it is shownthat ARIMA provides the least differences between actual value and predicted value. It is concluded that for our data, ARIMA method is better than GARCH method.Keywords: size, stock trading volume, deposits, exchange rate, stock price index.
EFEK MEREK DOMESTIK vs ASING DAN INFORMASI COUNTRY-OFORIGIN TERHADAP PERSEPSI DAN SIKAP KONSUMEN : Studi Perilaku Konsumen Pada Produk Susu Olahan Syahlani, Suci Paramitasari
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The aims of this research is to identify the effect of domestic and foreign branding towards consumer perceptions and attitudes, also country-of-origin (COO) information towards consumer attitudes. Product stimuli used in this research was processed milk product. This research was held by factorial design and paper and pencil experiments are used as experiment tool. Eighty (80) males and 80 females of Gadjah Mada University students are used as respondent and then classified into four experiment groups which were domestic branding-domestic COO, domestic branding-foreign COO, foreign branding-domestic COO and Foreign brandingforeign COO. The analysis method employed in the study was independent sample ttestdan regression analysis. The results indicated that effect of foreign branding, which was English branding, showed its positive effect better on consumer perceptions and attitudes of processed milk product. Consumer perception showed that foreign branded processed milk product had higher quality than domestic branded processed product. Positive attitudes consumer toward foreign branded processed milk product was higher than domestic branded processed milk product.Foreign COO showed higher positive consumer attitudes than domestic COO.Gender factor did not show its effect on consumer attitudes toward processed milk product’s brand. This research also showed that effect of foreign branding was higher than COO information on product evaluation.Keywords: Brand, country-of-Origin, perception, attitudes.
THE IMPACT OF WORLD OIL PRICES TO INDONESIA’S MACROECONOMY: Crisis and After Crisis Sasmitasiwi, Banoon; Cahyadin, Malik
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Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk menganalisis dampak kenaikan harga minyak dunia terhadap kinerja makroekonomi Indonesia. Kinerja makroekonomi Indonesia diindikasikan oleh Gross Domestic Product (GDP) riil, inflasi, tingkat suku bunga, dan defisit anggaran pemerintah. Tingkat inflasi dicerminkan oleh Indeks Harga Konsumen (IHK). Data yang digunakan dalam kajian empiris ini adalah data sekunder runtut waktu kuartalan dari tahun 1997.I sampai 2006.III atau 39 pengamatan yang diperoleh dari berbagai penerbitan. Alat analisis yang digunakan adalah model Structural Vector Autoregression (SVAR) dengan penekanan pada analisis impulse response.Hasil estimasi model Structural Vector Autoregression (SVAR) yang ditunjukkan oleh analisis impulse response. Impulse Response Function (IRF) memberi informasi bahwa dengan asumsi Indonesia merupakan negara pengimpor minyak (net importer country) diperoleh hasil bahwa GDP riil memberikan respon negatif terhadap shock kenaikan harga minyak. Inflasi, tingkat suku bunga, dan defisit anggaran pemerintah memberikan respon positif terhadap shock kenaikan harga minyak, dan juga memberikan respon negatif terhadap shock makroekonomi. Dalam studi ini, shock makroekonomiadalah shock terhadap GDP.Kata Kunci: shock harga minyak , kinerja makroekonomi Indonesia, model SVAR, impulse response
A CRITICAL REVIEW OF THE LINK BETWEEN SOCIAL CAPITAL AND MICROFINANCE IN INDONESIA Nugroho, Agus Eko
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Literatur meyebutkan bahwa metode kredit mikro secara kelompok (group lending method) dapat meghasilkan tingkat pengembalian yang tinggi karena berfungsinya modal social (social capital), seperti kekerabatan dan kerja-sama antar anggota kelompok, serta adanya sangsi kelompok (peer sanctions). Studi ini mengidentifikasi keterkaitan antara modal sosial dan keuangan mikro di Indonesia. Ada dua kesimpulan yang dapat diambil.Pertama, metode kredit secara kelompok di Indonesia masih jauh dari memuaskan karena kecilnya skala operasional. Disamping perkembankan kredit kelompok di Indonesia juga masih tergantung pada keberadaan subsidi dari pemerintah maupun lembaga donor lainnya.Kedua, kredit mikro yang mendasarkan pada modal sosial tidak harus mrenggunakan metode kredit kelompok. Kredit mikro yang diberikan secara individual, seperti BRI unit desa dan BKK, menunjukan perkembangan yang baik karena mengaitkan kredit denganmodal-modal sosial di masyarakat. Dalam hal ini kredit mikro yang disalurkan dengan cara memperkuat rasa saling mempercayai (mutual trust), kekerabatan antara peminjam dan petugas bank, serta keterlibatan tokoh masyarakat dapat menghasilkan tingkatpengembalian yang baik. Hal ini dimungkinkan karena modal-modal sosial tersebut dapat memperkuat loyalitas, dan memberi insentif kepada peminjam untuk berlaku jujur, dan mengembalikan kredit yang telah diberikan.Keywords: Indonesia, Microfinance, Social Capital.

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