SRIWIJAYA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DYNAMIC ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS

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ISSN / EISSN : 2581-2904 / 2581-2912
Current Publisher: Faculty of Economics, Universitas Sriwijaya (10.29259)
Total articles ≅ 94
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Oziengbe Scott Aigheyisi, Presley Kehinde Osemwengie
SRIWIJAYA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DYNAMIC ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS, Volume 4, pp 253-264; doi:10.29259/sijdeb.v4i4.253-264

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The paper examines the effect of agricultural productivity and other macroeconomic variables on consumption inequality in Nigeria. The ARDL approach to cointegration and error correction modeling was employed for the analysis. The study found that agricultural productivity and domestic investment reduce consumption inequality in the long run. FDI was also found to be associated with reduction in consumption inequality in the short run, but its long run effect was not statistically significant. Based on the evidence, the study recommends as measure to reduce consumption inequality in the country, increased investment in the agriculture sector to enhance its productivity, and improvement in the investment environment through infrastructural development, including energy, road, telecommunication infrastructure, favourable, tax policies, enhanced national security, etc. to encourage domestic investment and enhance the attractiveness of the economy to FDI.
Wahyu Rafdinal, Iwan Mulyawan, Cahaya Juniarti, Sharnuke Asrilsyak
SRIWIJAYA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DYNAMIC ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS, Volume 4, pp 279-288; doi:10.29259/sijdeb.v4i4.279-288

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This study aims to analyze the students' decision in choosing a vocational college which is influenced by the marketing mix strategy of vocational colleges and image. The sampling technique was purposive sampling, with a total of 210 respondents. The analysis technique used was SEM PLS. Results showed that the marketing mix strategy of the vocational colleges could influence the decision to choose a vocational college through the image of vocational college. The image directly influences the decision to choosing a vocational college. Education services, education costs, promotions, locations, quality of lecturers and staff, processes, and campus environments support in creating the image and decisions to choose a vocational college.
Mutiara Lusiana Annisa, Ruth Samantha Hamzah
SRIWIJAYA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DYNAMIC ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS, Volume 4, pp 315-324; doi:10.29259/sijdeb.v4i4.315-324

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This study analyses the effect of debt to equity ratio, return on asset ratio, and firm size toward audit delay. The population in this study is listed companies on mining sector at the Indonesia Stock Exchange circa 2017-2019, which consists of 13 companies. This study employed multiple regression analysis and purposive sampling as an analysis method and sampling technique, respectively. The result shows that debt to equity ratio and return on asset ratio do not have a significant effect on audit delay, meanwhile firm size significantly affects audit delay.
Chuol Jock Ruey, Ganfure Tarekegn Kistana, Eshetu Yadecha
SRIWIJAYA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DYNAMIC ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS, Volume 4, pp 265-278; doi:10.29259/sijdeb.v4i4.265-278

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The aim of this paper was to assess the agricultural investment financing challenges in Gambella city administration and Itang special Woreda, Ethiopia. To achieve the objectives, data were collected from both primary using questionnaires and secondary sources from annual reports, manuals, and performance reports. Explanatory research design was used and the 215 sample were selected using stratified random sampling technique from workers of DBE, investment agency and investors of Gambella region. The data were analyzed using SPSS version 20 to run both descriptive and multiple liner regression result. Accordingly, the major challenging factors are the low investment return, farm risk, security issues, lending procedures, farm size, distant of investor’s farm from lender, poor infrastructure, lack of technical capacity, farm age and budget failure with their respective proportion. The correlation matrix result showed that there is no multicollinearity problem existing among explanatory variables. Regression also revealed that all the explanatory variables with exception of budget failure and lending procedures have significant challenging effects on financing agricultural investment. Finally, the research recommended that diversified sources of finance for agricultural investment should be established, training programs on performance issues, irrigation in response to drought, agricultural technical capacity, and infrastructure facilities are needed, stable security and return of loan amount must be seriously dealt with, and measures like strong monitoring and evaluation need to be put into practice.
Halimatussakdiah Halimatussakdiah
SRIWIJAYA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DYNAMIC ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS, Volume 4, pp 299-314; doi:10.29259/sijdeb.v4i4.299-314

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The purpose of this study is to classify costs that an be included in the calculation of production using target costing precisely and determine the pricing strategy and the price that should be set by PT XYZ. The method used is qualitative research. This study concludes that the use of pricing strategies implemented by PT XYZ is inefficient, because in determining product prices, PT XYZ didn’t use target costing calculations, so the company doesn’t know how much costs must be spent to produce or run their services. By using target costing and target pricing, the company can make cost adjustments in order to remain competitive in the market. Furthermore, in determining the price, the company must decipher costs are incurred to run a service. The use of the most appropriate pricing strategy in determining new advertising prices in the industry is to use cost-based pricing. But if the company has already prices set, then it’s best for company to use customer’s value based pricing.
Nur Khamisah, Anisa Listya, Ruth Samantha Hamzah
SRIWIJAYA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DYNAMIC ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS, Volume 4, pp 289-298; doi:10.29259/sijdeb.v4i4.289-298

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The purpose of the privatization strategy is to improve the performance of Stated Owned Enterprises (SOEs) that are considered to have a poor performance that is not better than the private companies. The data is collected from the company's annual report and from the Osiris Database. This research uses purposive sampling method and doing multiple linear regression test analysis to test the research hypothesis. The final sample of this study consisted of 454 years of company observation. This study finds that privatized SOEs have better levels of market performance than private companies. Regression test results show the coefficient of market performance of SOEs is positive and significant at the level 1%. These results indirectly indicate that the privatization strategy through IPO conducted by the government against several SOEs has been effective in improving the performance of SOEs.
Helma Malini, Alifah Nurrahmani Putri
SRIWIJAYA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DYNAMIC ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS, Volume 4, pp 175-190; doi:10.29259/sijdeb.v4i3.175-190

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Financial integration in the ASEAN Economic community (AEC) by 2020 forces Islamic banks in Indonesia and Malaysia to be more competitive and have market power domestically and internationally to ensure business sustainability and increase assets rapidly in order to boost market share of Islamic banking in Indonesia and Malaysia. Islamic bank market competitiveness and power will determine the returns, investment, asset and trust of Islamic banks. The study uses data from 10 Islamic banks in Indonesia and Malaysia. The result confirmed that Islamic banking in Indonesia are characterized by the monopolize industry and Islamic bank in Malaysia are characterized by oligopoly Industry.
, Fani Pramuditya, Elton Buyung Satriyanto
SRIWIJAYA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DYNAMIC ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS, Volume 4, pp 211-228; doi:10.29259/sijdeb.v4i3.211-228

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This study investigates the role of microfinance from small-sized banks, usually with a limited geographical area of operation, in Indonesia, namely Bank Perkreditan Rakyat (BPR) on the income inequality. Using a province level panel data of 2012-2018 the results show that loans from such a bank are associated with income inequality reduction, supporting the arguments that microfinance contributes to income inequality reduction. This study has an important policy implication regarding the existence of BPR in Indonesia.
Peter Igbaudumhe Sede
SRIWIJAYA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DYNAMIC ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS, Volume 4, pp 191-210; doi:10.29259/sijdeb.v4i3.191-210

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The slow reduction in maternal mortality rate in Sub-Saharan Africa is a serious cause for policy concern. This has not only retained the sub region in the web of leading region in high rate of reproductive health challenges but spells signals of poverty and low economic growth. The study therefore, examined the efficacy of health expenditure targeting and financial protection in reducing maternal mortality in 44 Sub-Saharan Africa countries. The study adopts fixed effect panel data modelling technique. Results show that financial protection is correctly signed but not statistically significant while relative health expenditure targeting is both correctly signed and statistically significant in reducing maternal mortality. Recommendation is that health expenditure should generally be increased so as to increase the slope of decrease in maternal mortality rate in Sub-Saharan Africa and health expenditure should be more targeted against GDP as common denominator.
Dewita Puspawati, Rita Wijayanti, Novel Idris Abas
SRIWIJAYA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DYNAMIC ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS, Volume 4, pp 229-240; doi:10.29259/sijdeb.v4i3.229-240

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The development of ISR in Indonesia is still relatively slow. Several previous studies have proven that all the Sharia banks in the research sample have not achieved 100% implementation and disclosure of ISR. This study uses several independent variables, namely company size, profitability, liquidity, leverage, sharia supervisory board, audit committee, board of commisioners. Based on the results of the previous research, there is still a research gap that occurs. This study used a sample of 13 Sharia Commercial Banks in 2016-2019. The results show that the variables of company size, profitability, liquidity, leverage, and the board of commissioners affect the level of ISR disclosure. Meanwhile, the sharia supervisory board and audit committee did not affect the level of ISR disclosure.
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