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ISSN : 0126155X     EISSN : 24429260     DOI : 10.7454
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EFI mainly covers original idea related to the Economics and Finance in Indonesia. Published articles can be either theoretical, empirical, or in between of those two polar variants.
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Economic Change in Modern Indonesia: Colonial and Post-colonial Comparisons by Anne Booth Patunru, Arianto A.
Economics and Finance in Indonesia Volume 65, Number 1, June 2019
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The Effect of Hedging with Financial Derivatives on Firm Value at Indonesia Stock Exchange Frensidy, Budi; Mardhaniaty, Tasya Indah
Economics and Finance in Indonesia Volume 65, Number 1, June 2019
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This study aims to analyze the effect of hedging for the risks of foreign currency, interest rate, and commodity price on firm value as measured by Tobin’s Q. The findings reveal that hedging with derivative instruments is insignificantly related to firm value but significantly varied in financial risks. Hedging for foreign currency risk has a significantly positive relation to firm value, while hedging for interest rate and commodity price risk has no relation. Furthermore, this study provides a novelty compared to previous studies in the utilization of the extent of hedging as the variable to measure the implementation of hedging.
Does Gender Diversity in the Boardroom Improve Firm Performance? Evidence from Indonesia Pasaribu, Pananda; Masripah, Masripah; Mindosa, Bonnie
Economics and Finance in Indonesia Volume 65, Number 1, June 2019
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This study investigates board gender diversity in Indonesia’s listed firms and its effect on firm performance from 2011–2016. After addressing the endogeneity of diversity, the results in this paper show that the proportion of female in the boardroom marginally improve firm performance. Firms with two or more female in the boardroom have a stronger impact on firm performance than firms with one female in the boardroom, consistent with the critical mass effect. Finally, certain sectors will gain more benefits of appointing females in the boardroom. The results suggest that increasing gender diversity in the boardrooms can have beneficial effects on firm performance, but the benefits may be subject to the critical mass and firm industry.
Microcredit Accessibility in Rural Households: Evidence from Indonesia Santoso, Danang Budi; Gan, Christopher
Economics and Finance in Indonesia Volume 65, Number 1, June 2019
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Extant literature suggests that microcredit may improve borrowers’ social and economic welfare. This study aimed to investigate the microcredit accessibility of rural households in Indonesia. Binary Logistic regression was used to distinguish the characteristics of microcredit borrowers and non-borrowers, and the factors affecting the approval of microcredit application. Primary data was collected through a survey on 488 rural households in Bantul, Yogyakarta. The empirical results suggested that age, marital status and education attainment significantly affect the characteristics of clients and non-clients of microcredit. The results also revealed that age of borrowers, household income, interest rates, and loan duration are key determinants affecting microcredit accessibility. The implications of the findings were provided.
Promoting the Indonesian Special Economic Zones for Tourism: Lessons from Mandalika and Tanjung Kelayang Adam, Latif
Economics and Finance in Indonesia Volume 65, Number 1, June 2019
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This paper aims to analyze the design and implementation of the policy to develop tourism special economic zones (TSEZs) in Indonesia with special reference to Mandalika and Tanjung Kelayang. Using descriptive analysis, it is revealed that these TSEZs have not attracted many investors yet. The policy design to promote the two TSEZs is unattractive, unclear, and at odds with the characteristics of the tourism sector. Furthermore, the implementing institutions have insufficient capacity and professionalism to implement the policy. Various critical actions are necessary to take. First, accelerating the provision of infrastructure. Second, clarifying several regulations to be in compliance with the characteristics of the tourism sector. Third, improving the capacity of the implementing institutions to manage the TSEZs. Fourth, encouraging both TSEZ Managements to collaborate.
Economic Inequality, Regional Development, and Internal Migration in Indonesia Prima, Irfan Teguh; Khoirunurrofik, Khoirunurrofik
Economics and Finance in Indonesia Volume 65, Number 1, June 2019
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This study aims to probe the determinants of inter-provincial migration flows in Indonesia and how economic and development changes affect migration patterns. We employ three census periods, 1990, 2000, and 2010. Our study finds that an increase in relative inequality between origin and destination provinces decreases inter-provincial migration and relatively high distance elasticity in Indonesia leads to high migration cost. People are more inclined to migrate due to push factors as opposed to pull factors from the destination region, thus indicating a strong relationship between the level of regional development and the willingness of people to migrate.
The Monetary Sector in Indonesia: Time Series Properties of the Data and Some Issues of Model Specifications Insukindro, Insukindro
Economics and Finance in Indonesia Volume 38, Number 2, 1990
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Teak Furniture and Business Responsibility: A Global Value Chain Dynamics Approach Purnomo, Herry
Economics and Finance in Indonesia Volume 54, Number 3, 2006
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Note on Some Recent Studies on the Indonesian Financial Sector Nasution, Anwar
Economics and Finance in Indonesia Volume 31, Number 1, 1983
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Teknik Hibrida Dalam Penyusunan Tabel Input-Output Antar Daerah: Sebuah Prosedur untuk Ekonomi Kepulauan Muchdie, Muchdie
Economics and Finance in Indonesia Volume 46, Number 1, 1998
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