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Journal of Economic Education
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Core Subject : Economy, Education,
Journal of Economic Education publishes articles of original researchs and conceptual studies economics teaching and learning. This journal is published by Postgraduate Program, Universitas Negeri Semarang.
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The Harapan Jaya Cooperative Development Reviewed from the Cooperative Financial Capital and Business Thoharudin, Munawar; Huda, Fatkhan Amirul; Suryadi, Tedi
Journal of Economic Education Vol 9 No 1 (2020): June 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jeec.v9i1.36027

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The purpose of this study was to find out how the Harapan Jaya Cooperative development in terms of cooperative financial capital and business. In financial capital, there are assets, incomes, and Net Income. While the business is from the business run by the cooperative. This study uses a qualitative descriptive method. In this study, the researcher acts as a data collector and as an active instrument to collect data. This research uses two data sources; they are primary and secondary data. Data collection was conducted by researchers using in-depth interviews, documentation and observation. Data analyzed using qualitative analysis, the validity of the data using the triangulation method. The Harapan Jaya Cooperative Capital development in this study was reviewed from the Solvency, Liquidity and Profitability Ratio. Overall shows good and excellent criteria. The development of the cooperative business is indicated by the addition of income from savings and loan units, management of plasma tubers, dump truck rental, beko heavy equipment rental, motor grader heavy equipment. In addition, business development is also seen from the addition of dump trucks and heavy equipment owned by cooperatives.
Determinant of Students’ Academic Satisfaction Khoirina, Amanatun; Rusdarti, Rusdarti; Rozi, Fahrur
Journal of Economic Education Vol 9 No 1 (2020): June 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jeec.v9i1.36148

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This study aims to analyze the effect of the quality of service, educational fees, facilities and infrastructures towards the students’ academic satisfaction and to analyze its influence which can be moderated by the image towards the students’ academic satisfaction at the Economics and Business Faculty of STIKUBANK university. The method of the research is a quantitative approach. The population of the study are 2467 students of the Faculty of Economics and Business, University of STIKUBANK Semarang, with a total sample are 96 respondents. The data collection used is a questionnaire. The methods of data analysis are descriptive analysis and hypothesis testing with moderation regression analysis (absolute value test). The results shows that there is influence on the quality of service, educational fees, facilities and infrastructures towards the students’ academic satisfaction, while the effect is positive and significant. Image variable does not moderate the effect of quality of service on the students’ academic satisfaction.
The Role of Personality, Adversity Intelligence and Creativity in Increasing Entrepreneurial Interest Through Student Involvement in Entrepreneurship Lectures Setyaji, Bayu; Yanto, Heri; Prihandono, Dorojatun
Journal of Economic Education Vol 9 No 1 (2020): June 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jeec.v9i1.36789

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Entrepreneurial interest does not grow by itself but can influence by several factors. The purpose of this study is to examine the relationship between determinants in entrepreneurial interests, namely personality, adversity intelligence, creativity and student involvement. This research uses a quantitative approach and path analysis. From the sample of 168 students, it found that the personality, adversity intelligence and creativity of each affected the involvement of students. Then the personality, involvement of students and creativity each affect the entrepreneurial interest. All variables in this study are in the high criteria in descriptive analysis. The results of the research may be to consider in conducting policies by related parties.
The Effect of Social Capital and Learning Organization on Marketing Performance Through the Marketing Strategy Sholekhah, Ika Maratus; Widodo, Joko; Wahyono, Wahyono
Journal of Economic Education Vol 9 No 1 (2020): June 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jeec.v9i1.37046

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The purpose of this study is to analyze the effect of social capital, leraning organization to marketing performance either directly or indirectly through marketing strategy. The method used in this study is quantitative method and analyzed by path analysis by using SPSS. The object of this study is the soft-boned milkfish entepreneurs in Semarang city and the sample is 64 respondents. The result of research shows that social capital has a significant effect on marketing perfromance of -28.3%; social capital has no effect on marketing stratgey; social capital has no effect on marketing performance through marketing strategy; learning organization has a significant effect on marketing performance of 61.6%; learning organization has a significant effect on marketing strategy of 50%; learning has a significant effect on marketing performance through marketing strategy of 89.9%; and marketing strategy has a significant effect on marketing performance of 56.7%
The Effect of Capital, Labor and Raw Materials Toward Production Value (Study on Tapioca Flour Industry in Margoyoso District, Pati Regency) Putri, Berlian Aminanti Suraya; Dian Wisika Prajanti, Sucihatiningsih Dian Wisika Prajanti; Pujiati, Amin
Journal of Economic Education Vol 9 No 2 (2020): December 2020 - Article In Press
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jeec.v9i1.37047

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Tapioca flour industry had a significant contribution toward the surrounding residents economy because it is able to absorb a significant amount of labor. This study aimed to determine the effect of capital, labor and raw materials toward the production of tapioca flour industry in Margoyoso District, Pati Regency. This study used the Ordinary Least Square (OLS) method, namely multiple linear regression analysis. The results of this study indicated that there wass a positive and significant influence of capital, labor and raw materials toward the value of tapioca flour production in Margoyoso District, Pati Regency. Capital had the most dominant influence on tapioca flour production.
The Influence of Beliefs, Attitudes, Subjective Norms, and Behavioral Control Perceptions of the Entrepreneurial Intentions of Students of SMK Negeri 1 Slawi Hardianto, Rio Noverdhi; Kardoyo, Kardoyo; Wahyudin, Agus
Journal of Economic Education Vol 9 No 2 (2020): December 2020 - Article In Press
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jeec.v9i1.37048

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The purpose of this study was to determine a) the influence of beliefs, attitudes, subjective norms and perceptions of behavioral control on entrepreneurial intentions; b) the influence of trust on attitudes, subjective norms and perceptions of behavioral control; c) the influence of trust on entrepreneurial intentions through entrepreneurship attitudes, the influence of trust on entrepreneurial intentions through subjective norms, and the influence of trust on entrepreneurial intentions through the perception of behavioral control of students of SMK Negeri 1 Slawi. The results of this study are a) trust has no effect on student entrepreneurial intentions, entrepreneurial attitudes, subjective norms, behavioral control perceptions, have a positive and significant effect on entrepreneurial intentions. b) trust has a positive and significant effect on entrepreneurship attitudes, subjective norms, and perception of control c) trust influences entrepreneurial intentions through entrepreneurship attitudes, trust influences entrepreneurial intentions through subjective norms and trust influences entrepreneurial intentions through behavioral control perceptions.
The Role of Fishermen Wives in Improving Family Economy in Karangsari, Tuban Sub-District, Tuban Regency Purwanto, Hendra; Rusdarti, Rusdarti; Prasetyo, P. Eko
Journal of Economic Education Vol 9 No 2 (2020): December 2020 - Article In Press
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jeec.v9i1.37175

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Small number of fisherman’s catch in certain seasons due to bad weather and the life of fishermen that is generally poor, resulting in the fishermen's wife to work in order to help her husband to make ends meet. The purpose of this study is to determine: the economic condition of fishermen's families in terms of the characteristics of fishermen's wives, the multiple roles of fishermen's wives, and the impacts arising from the multiple role in improving the family's economy, as well as the contribution of fishermen's wives in the family economy in Karangsari, Tuban sub-district. This research uses survey methods. Respondents were taken by purposive sampling. Data analysis is performed descriptive qualitatively. While the data collection contains the identification of fishermen's wife respondents who have a multiple roles to help the fishermen's family economy, meanwhile the questionnaire contains the characteristics of fishermen's wives, the activities of fishermen's wives, the impact of the fishermen's wife's multiple roles, and the contribution of fishermen's wife's income. The results of this research is that the multiple role of fishermen's wives in the domestic realm as housewives who take care of household activities such as cooking, washing, cleaning the house, taking care of their husbands and children, they also take the time to help their husbands (public domain) work as fresh fish sellers, manage and sell smoked fish, manage and sell salted fish, and open a food stall or grocery store. While the positive impact of the wife’s multiple roles is the increasing family income, increasing the economic and social status of the family and making ends meet, while the negative impact is the reduced time to gather with the family, changes in the capacity of homework, and quarreling husband and wife which are no more than 1 or 2 days. While the income earned by the fishermen's wife contributes quite significantly in helping to overcome the expenditure of daily needs of the fishermen's household.
The Effect of Soft Skills to Student’s Work Readiness Through Learning Achievements and on the Job Training as Interviening Variable (Empirical Studies on Accounting Major of Vocational High School Students in Tegal Regency) Ariyanto, Agus; Wahyudin, Agus; Martono, S.
Journal of Economic Education Vol 9 No 2 (2020): December 2020 - Article In Press
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jeec.v9i1.37484

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The purpose of this study is to examine whether Soft Skill influences or not on Work Readiness both directly and indirectly. As in this study, Learning Achievement and On The Job Training as Intervening Variables. A total of 131 students were taken as samples by using Stratified random sampling. The statistical method used to test intervening variables uses the Path Test. The results showed that soft skills affect work readiness. And soft skills affect work readiness through learning achievement and On The Job Training as an intervening variable. Soft skills indirectly have a greater effect than directly on work readiness.
The Influence of Peer Group, Economic Literation and Use of Social Media on Consumtive Behavior of State Senior High School Students in Brebes Khoiriyah, Ummamatul; Rusdarti, Rusdarti; Kardoyo, Kardoyo
Journal of Economic Education Vol 9 No 2 (2020): December 2020 - Article In Press
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jeec.v9i1.37486

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Consumptive behavior is an act of consuming goods and services not based on needs but for mere desire and satisfaction. The purpose of this study is to analyze the influence of peer groups, economic literacy and the use of social media, both jointly and partially on the consumptive behavior of Social Sciences Department students at state senior high school students in Brebes. The research method used in this study is a quantitative method. The subjects of this study were all students of class X and XI majoring in social studies at SMA Brebes regency with a population of 664 students and then a random sample of 166 students was obtained. The data collection method uses a questionnaire that is tested for validity and reliability. Data analysis uses descriptive analysis and multiple linear regression analysis. The results of this study indicate (1) there is a peer group influence, economic literacy and the use of social media, together towards consumptive behavior by 79.30%, positive and significant effect, (2) peer group has a positive and significant effect on consumptive behavior by 29.05%. (3) economic literacy has a negative and significant effect on consumptive behavior of 21.34%, (4) the use of social media has a positive and significant effect on consumptive behavior of 9.86%. (5) The results of the regression equation Y = 57.029 + 0.239 X1 - 0.174 X2 + 0.123 X3. Conclusions, (1) there is a peer group positive influence on the consumptive behavior of State Senior High School students in Brebes economic literacy has a negative effect and the use of social media has a positive effect on consumer consumptive behavior (2) there is a peer group effect on consumptive behavior State Senior High School students in Brebes (3) there is a negative influence of economic literacy on consumptive behavior of students majoring in social studies State Senior High School students in Brebes (4) there is a partially positive influence on the use of social media on consumptive behavior of State Senior High School students in Brebes. Suggestions students are expected to choose peer group associations group well in conducting learning activities that are more beneficial for the future, economics teachers must instill about economic literacy so that students are not only expected to master the material, but can apply it in daily life, the need for collaboration between teachers and parents nature pay attention to students in the use of social media so that students use social media wisely and in accordance with their needs, this research is expected to make renewal by expanding the scope of research such as other factors that influence consumer behavior in students such as perception, motivation, culture, conditions parent's economy, and self control.
Marketing Strategies of Wawasan Newspaper in Maintaining Market Share in Semarang Septiawan, Hendras; Rusdarti, Rusdarti; Haryati, Titik
Journal of Economic Education Vol 9 No 1 (2020): June 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jeec.v9i1.37603

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This research aims to determine the internal and external conditions of Wawasan Newspaper based on SWOT analysis in maintaining market share in Semarang. This uses descriptive research type with quantitative approach through three stages of strategy formulation, namely: the input stage, the matching stage, and the decision-making stage. In the first stage, IFE (Internal Factor Evaluation) and EFE (External Factor Evaluation) matrices are used. In the second stage, the IE Matrix (internal-External) and the SWOT Matrix (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats) are used. In stage three, QSPM (Quantitative Strategic Planning Matrix) is used. The results of this study are: In the first stage, the results of the IFE (Internal Factor Evaluation) matrix obtained a weighted score of 2.356, while the results of the EFE (External Factor Evaluation) matrix resulted in a weighted score of 2.18. In the matching stage, IE (Internal-External) Matrix of the company is in a stable position. Marketing strategies that are feasible to use are market penetration and product development. In the decision-making stage, an alternative strategy that can be implemented in Wawasan Newspaper namely market penetration with a TAS of 4.406 is obtained.

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