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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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PROSPEK PERKEMBANGAN LEMBAGA KEUANGAN MIKRO DI AMBARAWA: STUDI PENJAJAGAN KEBUTUHAN PENDAMPINGAN MASYARAKAT Indroyono, Puthut; Krisdiono, Krisdiono; Subantoro, Renan; Priyono, Yosef Krido
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This research is a “snapshot” of the people’s economic problems especially of the socio-economic and cultural institutions in the villages in Kecamatan Ambarawa. The research has identified institutions and the so-called micro-finance institutions in the villages as initiated by both the people in the villages and by the village government. The government policies to mobilize the micro-finance institutions through top-down planning were carried out by various government institutions with limited success. It is now realized that it will be more effective and successful if it is implemented by the village people themselves in the form of self-reliance movement on micro finance.Keywords: micro-finance institution, ekonomi rakyat, participative development
PENGARUH REWARDS INSTRUMENTALITIES DAN ENVIRONMENTAL RISK FACTORS TERHADAP MOTIVASI PARTNER AUDITOR INDEPENDEN UNTUK MELAKSANAKAN AUDIT PEMERINTAH Mardiasmo, Mardiasmo
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There is an evidence that only a limited number of independent audit firms are interested in performing governmental audit (O’Keefe,1992). Furthermore, non-governmental auditors are believed to be less “independent” and proner to lose sight of programmatic demand to safeguard public trust than governmental auditors.To understand the supply of governmental audit services better, the gates independent audit firm partner’s opinions on governmental audits and their motivation to pursue these engagements. The survey measures partner’s belief about rewards instrumentalities derived from governmental audits and effects of the two risk factors, authority changes and political climate, on partner motivation to pursue governmental audits.The results of the multiple regression study between independent (rewards instruments and environmental risk factors) and dependent (partner motivation) show that rewards instrumentalities have a positive correlation towards partner motivation, whereas environmental risk have a negative one.It can be generally concluded that partners often act cautiously before accepting an enggagement letter offer to perform governmental audit, because of its environmental risk factors; in the form of authority changes and political climate. Though in practice, it will intensify rewards instrumentalities in the form of personal enjoyment, career opportunities and audit partner status.Keywords: partner motivation, intrinsic and extrinsic rewards, personal enjoyment, career opportunities, status, environmental risk factors, political climate, authoritative changes, decoupled.
THE IMPACT OF SEC RULING ON THE STOCK RETURNS: THE CASE OF OIL AND GAS COMPANIES Suwardjono, Suwardjono
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Studi-studi peristiwa (event studies) dalam bidang akuntansi menuntut identifikasi peristiwa yang berkaitan langsung dengan masalah akuntansi. Studi peristiwa tidak sekadar mengambil peristiwa yang monumental atau sensasional dan mengukur pengaruhnya terhadap reaksi pasar modal. Penelitian ini mengidentifikasi peristiwa yang erat kaitannya dengan standar akuntansi yang menyangkut pemilihan metoda akuntansi. Metoda kos penuh atau full cost (FC) dan metoda usaha sukses atau successful efforts (SE) menjadi fokus penelitian ini.Penelitian ini menguji apakah peristiwa penolakan pemberlakuan kembali standar akuntansi yang telah lama ditunda penerapannya ditanggapi secara berbeda oleh investor perusahaan FC dan SE. Penelitian ini menjawab teori tentang pengaruh balik (reversal effect) dari peristiwa yang sebelumnya ditanggapi pasar secara negatif. Secara khusus, penelitian ini menguji hipotesis apakah investor untuk perusahaan FC menanggapi secara lebih positif terhadap keputusan penolakan pemberlakuan kembali SFAC No. 19 dibanding investor untuk perusahaan SE.Reaksi pasar diukur atas dasar return abnormal dan return abnormal kumulatif. Pengujian dengan basis return abnormal tidak mendukung hipotesis sedangkan pengujian berbasis return abnormal kumulatif mendukung hipotesis. Hal ini menunjukkan bahwa, dalam jendela peristiwa tertentu, return abnormal kumulatif mungkin lebih banyak mengandung informasi dalam perioda return abnormal.Kata kunci: return abnormal, return abnormal kumulatif, kos penuh, minyak dan gas bumi, standar akuntansi, studi peristiwa, usaha sukses.
PERAN ILMU EKONOMI DALAM PEMBERDAYAAN EKONOMI RAKYAT Mubyarto, Mubyarto
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Policy to empower the people’s economy need the support of various social sciences including economics. But experiences in Indonesian development phase of 1966-98, showed that it has helped economic growth tremendously, but it also resulted in social injustices. And above all it ended with a serious multidimentional crisis in 1997. Because of that a new economics is proposed to replace the old American Neoclassical economics. This new economics should be founded on Indonesian economic history and culture through serious empirical-inductive method. This is not to reject completely Neoclassical Economics but to modify it in such way to become Indonesian Institutional Economics.Keywords: People’s Economy, Economic History, Economics Teaching.
PERILAKU BERALIH MEREK KONSUMEN DALAM PEMBELIAN PRODUK OTOMOTIF Purwani, Khusniyah; Dharmmesta, Basu Swastha
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This research examined of consideration set size to switch brands in automotive purchase, called Sambandam-Lord model (1995). The results showe that the replicated research model could be applied to the observed data, but not all eleven hypotheses could be supported as the researchers expected. Six of the eleven hypotheses, have been supported, while the others have not. This condition indicates that automotive brands switching behavior occurred because of the three factors mentioned in the model, i.e. (1) prior experience, (2) product knowledge, and (3) media search, and other factors. The intended factors which have not been revealed were found as a desire to have newly manufactured cars, a desire to try other brands, and boredom of the owned car, need to be considered for further research.Keywords: Brand switching, consideration set size, prior experience, product knowledge, media search, retailer search, and satisfaction.
DAMPAK KRISIS EKONOMI TERHADAP KINERJA SEKTOR INDUSTRI: PENDEKATAN MODEL KESEIMBANGAN UMUM TERAPAN INDORANI Susilo, Y. Sri; Handoko, Budiono Sri
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This paper tries to examine the impact of economic crisis on industry performance during 1997 - 1998. The performance was measured in terms of value added, employment, domestic prices, and exports volume. The method used in this research was simulation with INDORANI Computable General Equilibrium Model (CGE Model). The results of the simulation were then crosschecked with the data provided by BPS, field survey, and others preliminary research.The results of this research show that in general, the economic crisis has a negative impact on industry performance. The negative impact consists of the increasing domestic prices, decreasing value added and export volume, lower production for domestic market, and lower rate of employment. Howewer, domestic resources-based and/or export oriented industries (such as food and beverages, plywoods, chemicals and non-ferrous industries) have better negative impacts compared to import resource-based and domestic-oriented industries (such as iron and steel, and machinery industries).Keywords: economic crisis, industry performance, INDORANI CGE-Model.
POLA KONSUMSI PETANI SAWAH DITINJAU DARI HIPOTESIS PENDAPATAN RELATIF TAHUN 1991, DAN TAHUN 1999 (Studi Kasus di Tiga Desa di Kecamatan Sirahpulaupadang) Kimin, M. Basir
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There are 3 selected villages being studied located in Kecamatan Sirahpu laupadang, Kabupaten Ogan Komring Ilir. The inequality of income distribu tion is relatively large. The change of income and neighbor’s consumption behavior bring about a significant effect on consumption pattern and level of consumption of a household living adjacent to each other. In addition, there is stability of household or family’s consumtion pattern and level of con sumption. The people’s income level in the three selected villages is deter mined by rice which in turn heavily depends on season, the price of dried rice, and monetary uncertainty. The change of income influence the pattern and level of consumption of the people inderectly in the three villages, and it is not followed by the change of the consumption pattern.Keywords: distribution of income, level of consumption, consumption pattern, elasticity of demand.
DAMPAK KRISIS EKONOMI TERHADAP KINERJA SEKTOR INDUSTRI: PENDEKATAN MODEL KESEIMBANGAN UMUM TERAPAN INDORANI Susilo, Y. Sri; Handoko, Budiono Sri
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This paper tries to examine the impact of economic crisis on industry performance during 1997 - 1998. The performance was measured in terms of value added, employment, domestic prices, and exports volume. The method used in this research was simulation with INDORANI Computable General Equilibrium Model (CGE Model). The results of the simulation were then crosschecked with the data provided by BPS, field survey, and others preliminary research.The results of this research show that in general, the economic crisis has a negative impact on industry performance. The negative impact consists of the increasing domestic prices, decreasing value added and export volume, lower production for domestic market, and lower rate of employment. Howewer, domestic resources-based and/or export oriented industries (such as food and beverages, plywoods, chemicals and non-ferrous industries) have better negative impacts compared to import resource-based and domestic-oriented industries (such as iron and steel, and machinery industries).Keywords: economic crisis, industry performance, INDORANI CGE-Model.
PENGARUH REWARDS INSTRUMENTALITIES DAN ENVIRONMENTAL RISK FACTORS TERHADAP MOTIVASI PARTNER AUDITOR INDEPENDEN UNTUK MELAKSANAKAN AUDIT PEMERINTAH Mardiasmo, Mardiasmo
Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business Vol 17, No 3 (2002): July
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There is an evidence that only a limited number of independent audit firms are interested in performing governmental audit (O?Keefe,1992). Furthermore, non-governmental auditors are believed to be less ?independent? and proner to lose sight of programmatic demand to safeguard public trust than governmental auditors.To understand the supply of governmental audit services better, the gates independent audit firm partner?s opinions on governmental audits and their motivation to pursue these engagements. The survey measures partner?s belief about rewards instrumentalities derived from governmental audits and effects of the two risk factors, authority changes and political climate, on partner motivation to pursue governmental audits.The results of the multiple regression study between independent (rewards instruments and environmental risk factors) and dependent (partner motivation) show that rewards instrumentalities have a positive correlation towards partner motivation, whereas environmental risk have a negative one.It can be generally concluded that partners often act cautiously before accepting an enggagement letter offer to perform governmental audit, because of its environmental risk factors; in the form of authority changes and political climate. Though in practice, it will intensify rewards instrumentalities in the form of personal enjoyment, career opportunities and audit partner status.Keywords: partner motivation, intrinsic and extrinsic rewards, personal enjoyment, career opportunities, status, environmental risk factors, political climate, authoritative changes, decoupled.
PERAN ILMU EKONOMI DALAM PEMBERDAYAAN EKONOMI RAKYAT Mubyarto, Mubyarto
Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business Vol 17, No 3 (2002): July
Publisher : Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Gadjah Mada

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (219.253 KB) | DOI: 10.22146/jieb.6807

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Policy to empower the people?s economy need the support of various social sciences including economics. But experiences in Indonesian development phase of 1966-98, showed that it has helped economic growth tremendously, but it also resulted in social injustices. And above all it ended with a serious multidimentional crisis in 1997. Because of that a new economics is proposed to replace the old American Neoclassical economics. This new economics should be founded on Indonesian economic history and culture through serious empirical-inductive method. This is not to reject completely Neoclassical Economics but to modify it in such way to become Indonesian Institutional Economics.Keywords: People?s Economy, Economic History, Economics Teaching.

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