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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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FINANCIAL CRISIS VERSUS DEBATE ON URBAN SPACE, CHALLENGE, AND RESEARCH AGENDA Sutriadi, Ridwan
Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business Vol 25, No 1 (2010): January
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Unstable economic conditions due to the financial crisis in 1997 and 2008 have made it necessary for Indonesia to seek alternative ways to escape such uncertain global economic conditions. In doing so, several development policies and innovative scenarios have been applied by the Indonesian Republic. The government has also attempted to relate such initiatives with global development actors, starting from the policy level up until the formulation of action plans. Nevertheless these efforts must be accompanied by a comprehensive approach, covering all activity aspects from the actors of development to collectively participate in development. This may also effect development of Indonesian urban space of which cannot be separated from such global conditions.This article attempts to describe the impacts of development beyond the limits of administration as a result of globalization, occurring particularly in large cities, but also involving other cities Indonesia. In relation to this, the discourse on ‘space’ emerges in the context of urban planning, whether remaining to be oriented towards physicalorganization, or shifted to the new paradigm of which tends to view space as a product of global economic situations, community conditions, as well as values of local culture andforeign values (imported from the west). Therefore, this article begins its discussion on urban systems within the context of globalization and financial crisis, then proceeding with discussions concerning impacts towards urban structure, regional competition, urban identity, followed by discussions on financial crisis and the debate on urban space, and finally concluded with the research agenda.Paradigm shifts have become one of the most urgent matters to study considering the challenges of inter-regional competition, regional autonomy, and financial crisis.Furthermore, this study may assist the space planners in better understanding the reasons that cause failures of policy and planning implementation that have been formulated. This article aims to awaken academicians in developing a research agenda in line with the debates of understanding urban space (particularly in times of financial crisis) but also serves as a critic and enrichment towards the literature related to global impacts towards urban structure, regional competition, and urban identity.Keywords: globalization, space, urban structure, regional competitiveness, urban identity.
THE INFLUENCE OF IMPLEMENTING QUALITY MANAGEMENT TOWARDS PURCHASING PERFORMANCE AND COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE MAKING Harsasi, Meirani; Radhi, Fahmy
Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business Vol 25, No 1 (2010): January
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This study examined the effect of quality management practices on purchasing performance and competitive advantage. The data were collected through questionnairesconsisting of 152 manufacturing companies in West Java, by using purposive sampling method. The hypotheses were tested by using Structural Equation Modeling (SEM.)The results indicate that quality management practices in purchasing had significant influence on purchasing performance, while quality performance had also significantinfluance on competitive advantage. Another finding was that quality management practices in purchasing had significant influence on the quality performance mediated bypurchasing performance. Keywords: quality management practices in purchasing, purchasing performance, qualityperformance, competitive advantage
THE IMPACT OF ROAD NETWORK LINKAGES FOR REGION SECTORAL GROWTH IN JABODETABEK AREA Legowo, Poerwaningsih S.
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Transportation infrastructures serve as one of the preconditions to improve a regions’ economy. Transportation infrastructure may influence regional economic growth as well as the regions surrounding it. The objective of the current study is to analyze the influence of these infrastructures towards economic activity growth (total units, workers, and sector production) of a region as well as the regions surrounding it. Analysis is also conductedtowards a number of policies of which act as basis for decision making concerning transportation infrastructure development in a region.The area of study consists of Jakarta, Bogor, Depok, Tangerang and Bekasi or commonly referred to as JABODETABEK area. Time series data is used from the period1990- 2006, and encompassing 4 economic activities including trade, transportation, home-construction and industry. Together with the data model, estimations are made by using Two Stages Least Squares (2SLS) prediction methods. A simulation model is then subsequently used with the SIMNLIN procedure.The results of the simulation demonstrate that toll infrastructure investments in each region generally elevate regional economic growth (PDRB) and its surroundings, except for Bekasi. Conversely, road investment policies generally reduce PDRB growth in a region. Moreover, the results of the simulation indicate that the impacts of tolldevelopment increases growth in the home-construction sector in almost all regions.Conversely, policies to increase road investments would reduce growth in the homeconstruction sector in all regions.Keywords: Transportation infrastructure, interregional linkages, economic growth and JABODETABEK area
THE IMPACT OF CONTRACT FARMING ON THE PROFIT OF VIRGINIA TOBACCO FARMING IN LOMBOK ISLAND, WEST NUSA TENGGARA Hamidi, Hirwan
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This study aims at explaining the impact of contract farming on the profit of Virginia tobacco farming in Lombok Island. Does partnership influence profit? We used surveydata of 147 farmers, they are partners of tobacco processors and independent farmers. By utilizing profit function analysis, it is concluded that: (1) partnership positively affected the profit of Virginia tobacco farming in Lombok Island; (2) productivity, prices of tobacco, fertilizers (NPK, KNO), pesticide, kerosene, and labor wage significantly affected the profit. These are followed by: (1) that farmers should reduce the use of human labor, while partner company and local government should endeavor to find alternative technology to substitute human labor with machinery labor; (2) that the government is recommended to continue subsidy provisionof at least for short term program until cheaper alternative fuels, such as coal, solar energy, biomass energy, or others, are available.Keywords: impact, partnership, profit, Virginia tobacco
DOES THE RANK-SIZE RULE MATTER IN INDONESIA? DETERMINANTS OF THE SIZE DISTRIBUTION OF CITIES Firdaus, Muhammad; Fitria, Annisa
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In Indonesia the cities have continously grown. However they varied in size. Some cities have the population above two million citizens, while some have below than fivehundred thousands. Some economic factors are hypothesized to influence such distribution. This study aims to test the rank-size rule (Zipf’s law) and to find thedeterminants of size distribution of cities. The panel data method is employed to satisfy the objectives of study. All district and provincial level data are used for year 1995, 2000 and 2005. The pareto exponent shows that the rank-size rule does not matter in Indonesia.Level of agglomeration economies, local government expenditure and number of administrative city increases the concentration of size of cities. The labor force participation and region’s openness affects the size of cities to be more equally distributed.Keywords: cities, rank-size rule, Zipf’s law, pareto exponent, panel data
DECENTRALIZATION AND ITS IMPACT ON PRIMARY EDUCATION OUTCOMES Purwanto, Deniey Adi
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Development outcomes nowadays not only measured by the successful of economic growth but more comprehensively by the achievement of human development. Obviouslyeducation has been place a one substantial factor not only as a basic human right but also in international development. Meanwhile after more than 8 years of decentralization inIndonesia, many concerns arise regarding the decentralization impacts. One of the considerable questions is on how far the fiscal decentralization has enhanced education development achievement. Therefore, a set of fiscal decentralization variables used in this paper to analyze their roles on primary education outcomes. Enrollment Rate used as dependent variable to represent the primary education outcomes. Regional characteristics were also utilized to improve the robustness of the result.Using panel data set of 434 sub provincial regions (districts and cities) in Indonesia, the estimation result show that fiscal decentralization instrument played a significant roleon primary education outcomes. Furthermore, DAK seems to have a greater impact on primary education outcomes than DAU. Additionally the estimation result also shows thatthere is still a significant disparity among sub provincial region in primary education achievement. The results suggest that fiscal decentralization instrument rearrangement substantially needed next to the education development equalization in all sub provincial region. This way, decentralization will foster more favorable outcomes in education development outcomes hopefully.Keywords: decentralization, primary education, panel data.
RECONCILING INDUSTRIAL CLUSTERS AND URBAN SYSTEMS THROUGH REGIONAL NETWORK GOVERNANCE: A CASE OF CENTRAL JAVA PROVINCE Nugroho, Prihadi
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The location distribution of industrial clusters is often associated with their proximity to production factors geographically and economically. Many studies show how industrial clusters can maximise inter-firm social and economic benefits through a process of collective efficiency and flexible specialisation. Particularly this condition can be achieved with a support of well-articulated urban systems where the integration of public service provisions can be established to reduce total transactional costs. In fact, most regions in Indonesia fail to present appropriate urban systems for ensuring the delivery of resources across regions. Moreover, the practices of decentralised developments since the past few years have been neglecting the importance of strengthened urban system following the tendency of governments to look after local developments. As a result, the industrial clustering approach which is implemented by some local governments only creates institutional obstacles and additional costs due to the lack of intergovernmental cooperation. Regarding this issue a regional network governance should be encouraged to provide coordination milieu between governments in developing industrial clusters altogether. This attempts may be useful to cutting off the regional differences of transactional costs that the respective clusters must cope with.Keywords: industrial clusters, urban systems, regional network governance
INFRASTRUCTURE POLICY IN INDONESIA: NEW DIRECTIONS McCawley, Peter
Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business Vol 25, No 1 (2010): January
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Indonesia faces an infrastructure crisis. The infrastructure crisis is part of a broader challenge of mobilising investment capital to support overall development. The basicarguments of this article are as follows. First, long-term development in Indonesia will be held back unless increased amounts of priority infrastructure can be provided. Second, the required infrastructure projects will not be constructed unless bottlenecks holding back the investments can be overcome. Third, bottlenecks appear to fall into two main types: financial and real constraints to growth. Fourth, more emphasis on a commercial approach to the provision of infrastructure in Indonesia which emphasises competitionand responsiveness to stakeholders is needed.Keywords: infrastructure; finance; markets; prices

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