SRIWIJAYA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DYNAMIC ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS

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ISSN / EISSN : 25812904 / 25812912
Current Publisher: Faculty of Economics, Universitas Sriwijaya (10.29259)
Total articles ≅ 64
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David Amani Kinyongoh
SRIWIJAYA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DYNAMIC ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS, Volume 3; doi:10.29259/sijdeb.v3i2.171-192

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Aslamia Rosa, Achmad Widad, Islahuddin Daud
SRIWIJAYA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DYNAMIC ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS, Volume 3; doi:10.29259/sijdeb.v3i2.146-156

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Muhammad Teguh, Abdul Bashir
SRIWIJAYA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DYNAMIC ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS, Volume 3; doi:10.29259/sijdeb.v3i2.134-145

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Syahmardi Yacob, Johannes Johannes, Nor Qomariyah
SRIWIJAYA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DYNAMIC ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS, Volume 3, pp 122-133; doi:10.29259/sijdeb.v3i2.122-133

Abstract:The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of destination attractiveness and destination image on visiting intention in Indonesia rural tourism. Data were collected from tourist are visiting rural tourism in Kerinci district, Jambi Province (Indonesia). The research finding is the significant impact of destination attractiveness through destination image towards development of visiting intention. This is the first study to examine the impact of destination attractiveness trough destination image to visiting intention in Lempur as a rural tourism at Jambi Province. This study used the three variables important factors to develop tourism destination where one of potential object destination existed, meanwhile destination image from the tourism influenced their interest to visit. A main reason destination attractiveness is one of key factors to attract tourist what they want and need. Secondly, an important to create nature tourism achievement perspective between local people and government. Third, also to increase a public awareness of their effort an environment protecting and preserving it as economic value thru rural tourism.
Helma Malini
SRIWIJAYA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DYNAMIC ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS, Volume 3, pp 107-121; doi:10.29259/sijdeb.v3i2.107-121

Abstract:The paper attempts to investigate the validity of the Efficient Market Hypothesis and the existence of calendar effect on Indonesia Stock Exchange Market. Initially, this paper discusses types of EMH also the literature available regarding this topic. The sample of research is twenty one securities listed in LQ 45 Index on the Indonesia Stock Exchange Market (IDX), this paper applies non parametric tests which are Run test, Kruskal-Wallis test, Mann-Whitney test parametric test which are series correlation test, One-way Anova test and independent t-test two sample. Based on the results of the test of this paper, it can be concluded that Weak Form Efficient Market exists in LQ 45 Index of IDX while Day of the Week Effect and Month of the Year Effect are not found to exist in LQ 45 Index of IDX. In conclusion, it is observed that the effect of stock prices for the sample companies on future prices is very meager and an investor cannot reap profits by using the historical share price data as the current share prices already reflect the effect of past share prices data.
Rollis Juliansyah
SRIWIJAYA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DYNAMIC ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS, Volume 3, pp 93-106; doi:10.29259/sijdeb.v3i1.93-106

Abstract:Growth of the ekononomi is the main problem of many developing countries (developing country) such as ikhwalnya Indonesia itself, grasp with economic development as his instrument. It is in the form of environmental degradation that occurs as a byproduct that is not likely to attain many market participants even the Government though. On this simple research will be described in simple and concrete, where we restrict this research on variable environmental degradation in the form of proxy data CO2 emissions in Indonesia, economic growth, population, and industrial sectors. Whenever it is found to be the result of linear regression method with the pengestimasiannya double didapi the result that environmental degradation occurs which dipengaruh by population growth and economic growth, each effect is positive and significant. However, the industrial sector showed a negative influence and significantly to degradation of the environment itself.
Harrison Ogbeide Eromosele, David Umoru
SRIWIJAYA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DYNAMIC ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS, Volume 3, pp 15-30; doi:10.29259/sijdeb.v3i1.15-30

Abstract:The determination for this study was to ascertain if fiscal and monetary policies are cooperating or rather conflicting with each other in Nigerian economy. Government disbursement and growth of money stock were used to denote fiscal and monetary policy variables. Two reduced form equations of monetary and fiscal policies were specified from underlying structural model. This yielded fourteen RF parameters in contrast to eleven structural parameters and so we had system of over-identification. These prompted use of IV estimators such as GMM and 3SLS. Estimates show similar findings for both estimators as we found evidence that fiscal policy does not respond favourably to monetary policy as monetary policy was found to have an insignificant effect on the fiscal policy. More so, fiscal policy does not respond to lag effect of monetary policy. Relatively, monetary policy responds favourably to fiscal policy. The lag effect of money supply was also found to have a significant impact on money supply. Empirical finding so upholds that Nigerian economy is fiscally overriding notwithstanding money being an integral part of all macroeconomic variables. Significance of lag effects of both fiscal and monetary policy is reflection that implementation process of both policies is excessively time overshadowing. Consequently, there is need for building well-organized units of fiscal and monetary authorities that can accelerate implementation process of these policies.
Muhammad Ichsan Hadjri, Badia Perizade, Zunaidah Zunaidah
SRIWIJAYA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DYNAMIC ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS, Volume 3, pp 73-92; doi:10.29259/sijdeb.v3i1.73-92

Abstract:This study aims to determine the effect of compensation and spiritual motivation on employee job satisfaction at Sumsel Babel Sharia Bank. The unit of analysis in this study is the employees at Sumsel Babel Sharia Bank with the population of 245 people. By using the Slovin formula and the stratified proportional random sampling method, 152 people were chosen as samples and respondents in this study. The results showed that compensation had a positive and significant effect on job satisfaction. In line with these results, spiritual motivation also had a positive and significant effect on job satisfaction. The results also indicated that compensation and spiritual motivation together had positive and significant effect on employee job satisfaction.
Luk Luk Fuadah, Rika Henda Safitri, Yuliani Yuliani
SRIWIJAYA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DYNAMIC ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS, Volume 3, pp 53-72; doi:10.29259/sijdeb.v3i1.53-72

Abstract:The study aims to examine factors impact on financial performance through sustainability reporting. The sample is companies that received an Indonesia Sustainability Reporting Awards (ISRA) in 2016. This study uses secondary data from annual report 2012-2016. The first result shows that board size and sustainability are not significant. Second and third result shows the size and leverage have a positive impact on sustainability reporting. The last result shows that sustainability reporting has a positive and significant effect of financial performance. The contributions in this study,first, it shows the mediating effect of sustainability reporting on the relationship between these factors and financial performance. Second, this study also investigates companies that received ISRA in 2016. The limitation of this study is that it focuses on companies that received the award from ISRA in 2016. Another limitation is the framework not the best framework.
Puspi Eko Wiranthi, Iwan Aminudin, Eka Rachmawati Dewi
SRIWIJAYA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DYNAMIC ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS, Volume 3, pp 31-52; doi:10.29259/sijdeb.v3i1.31-52

Abstract:In this study, we examine the factors that affect the export of Indonesian canned tuna to the European Union (EU) market through a gravity model approach. This paper employs a gravity model approach through Poisson Pseudo-Maximum Likelihood (PPML) estimation. Data from 2006 to 2015 covering 10 countries in the EU market (Netherlands, Belgium, Italy, Germany, Poland, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom) were employed with HS 160414 product code specifications. Constant Market Share Analysis (CMSA) was performed to examine Indonesian export growth as well as its competitors. The findings indicated that the performance of Indonesian canned tuna exports to the EU market is prominently affected by competitiveness effect while Thai canned tuna export is more affected by the import growth effect and composition effect. The Philippines and Vietnam canned tuna exports are more affected by composition effect and competitiveness effect. The factors that significantly affect the export of Indonesian canned tuna to the EU market are the population of the importing countries, tuna production volumes and real exchange rate.