Gorontalo Development Review
ISSN / EISSN : 2614-5170 / 2615-1375
Current Publisher: Universitas Gorontalo (10.32662)
Total articles ≅ 28
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Gorontalo Development Review, Volume 3, pp 39-47; doi:10.32662/golder.v3i1.930
Efforts to reduce poverty that continue in the sustainable development goals (SDGs), need to research with different approaches for each different problem. The objective of this research is to analyze the direct and indirect effects of human development and fiscal decentralization on poverty through economic growth in eastern Indonesia. The analytical method used the causal model for directly observed variables. The results show that there is no significant effect on human development and fiscal decentralization on economic growth. In addition, human development has negative and significant direct effect on poverty but does not affect poverty through economic growth. Fiscal decentralization has no effect on poverty through economic growth, while economic growth has negative and significant direct effect on poverty. Policy by prioritizing improving human resource qualities will be effective in reducing poverty directly.
Gorontalo Development Review, Volume 3, pp 48-58; doi:10.32662/golder.v3i1.935
The aim of the research in this paper was to examine the prospect of halal tourism in Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam province as the instrument of Indonesia’s soft diplomacy in increasing international cooperation that affects Indonesia’s economy. The reason behind this research conduct was due to the myriad of Indonesia halal tourism as destination which had earned several achievements in the context of the ‘World's Most Popular Halal Tourism Destinations’ by the Global Muslim Travel Index (GMTI). Aceh became one of the provinces in Indonesia that is made as the focus of halal tourism development and has won two prestigious awards at the World Halal Tourism Award. By using the theory of soft diplomacy by Joseph S. Nye, Jr., and Qualitative data approach from journal, book, and other credible resources, this article found that Aceh can be a unique and appealing halal tourism area that can become a medium for Indonesia’s soft diplomacy in conducting international cooperation, especially with others Islamic countries in the world. Therefore, it can increase Indonesia's domestic economy significantly, especially to Aceh province, which will eventually give a significant impact to Indonesia’s national economy.
Gorontalo Development Review, Volume 3, pp 59-71; doi:10.32662/golder.v3i1.920
The research was conducted to discover the impact of the existence of palm oil plantations on the economy and welfare of the community at Labuhanbatu. The type of data used in this research was the secondary data obtained from BPS, the research method used in this research was descriptive method, which described the problems in the field and then analyzed according to the facts. While the analytical tool to determine the impact of the economy on welfare was used SPSS version 22 to answer the hypothesis of palm oil plantations. The results showed that the variables of poverty, underprivileged families, plantation GRDP, processing industry GRDP, protected forests, community forests, and determinants of rice fields have an economic and welfare impact of 0.949. of palm oil plantations affected the increasing of socio-economic conditions of the community. So that the level of welfare of the community may increase. Cointegration test results showed that there was an economic impact of the increasing palm oil plantations on the level of community welfare by looking at the HDI data of Labuhanbatu through economic growth
Gorontalo Development Review, Volume 3, pp 1-13; doi:10.32662/golder.v3i1.735
The objectives of this study are: 1) Analyzing the income of corn farmers in Tabongo District. 2) Analyzing seed and corn assistance programs to increase farmers' income in Tabongo sub-district, Gorontalo district. This research will be carried out in Tabongo sub-district in Gorontalo regency with the time the research will begin in December 2018 until February 2019 with a sample of 31 farmers. The results showed that farmers' income on hybrid corn farming in Tabongo District was based on an average of Rp. 7,979,282 while based on the average/Ha of 5,496,839. With the seed and fertilizer assistance program in Tabongo District, it can increase the amount of income generated by farmers and can reduce the amount of costs incurred to buy seeds and fertilizer. Based on the results of calculations that have been done using multiple linear regression analysis obtained that the seed and fertilizer assistance programs simultaneously have a significant effect on increasing the income of corn farmers in Tabongo sub-district. Whereas the farmer assistance program to partially increase the income of corn farmers in Tabongo District, namely the seed and fertilizer variables, has a positive and significant effect on the increase in income of corn farmers in the Tabongo sub-district
Gorontalo Development Review, Volume 3, pp 14-27; doi:10.32662/golder.v3i1.838
The existence of infrastructure disparity between regions is considered as one of the factors that drive economic inequality between regions. This happened in areas that had been divided into several districts. Regional expansion is the formation of new administrative regions at the provincial level as well as cities and regencies from their parents. The most prominent reason in the discourse of regional expansion is that some regions are considered to have too large an area so that efforts are needed to facilitate administrative services and bureaucratic pruning by division /pemekaran (Koswara, 2001). Efforts to accelerate regional development can be implemented by increasing economic growth. One of them is to encourage infrastructure development in areas (districts) that are far from the provincial capital, due to the topography of the region, there are hills, valleys, swamps, and forests, thus encouraging an increase in the potential of an area / region on an ongoing basis. Infrastructure is a driver of economic progress. From the allocation of public and private financing, infrastructure is seen as a locomotive of national and regional development. Infrastructure also has an important influence on improving the quality of life and human well-being. This study aims to see whether the infrastructure of sanitation, water, electricity has a significant influence and contribution to economic growth in the regencies / cities of Papua province. This research method uses panel data regression with Random Effect Model (REM).
Gorontalo Development Review, Volume 3, pp 28-38; doi:10.32662/golder.v3i1.848
This study aims to analyze the duration of unemployment in Gorontalo Province. The data used in the form of secondary data came from the National Labor Force Survey (Sakernas) in August 2018. The data source was obtained from the Statistics Indonesia (BPS). The total observation units used in this study were 707 individuals consisting of 122 censored data and 585 uncensored data. The technical analysis used in this study is survival analysis. The results showed that on average, the duration of unemployment in Gorontalo Province was 3.8 months. From the results of testing the variables that are significant to the duration of unemployment in Gorontalo Province, namely: sex, education level, and classification of residential areas.
Gorontalo Development Review, Volume 2, pp 59-69; doi:10.32662/golder.v2i2.555
Determination of potential sectors becomes important as a basis for regional development planning in accordance with the era of regional autonomy, in the era of regional autonomy each region competes to increase regional economic growth, in order to increase the prosperity of its people This article examines the potential of the economic sector as supporting economic growth based on the 2010-2016 in time series data. This article uses the Shift Share, LQ, and Typology Matrix analysis method. The results show that the agricultural sector is a potential or very dominant sector because it shows enormous growth and contribution to the formation of RGDP and development in Boalemo district..
Gorontalo Development Review, Volume 2, pp 82-96; doi:10.32662/golder.v2i2.566
This study aims to evaluate the Local Original Revenue (PAD) using a horizontal and vertical analysis approach. This type of research is descriptive qualitative research. The data analyzed are the PAD data of the Parigi Moutong Government for the period 2013-2017. The results of the analysis show that the average growth of the PAD component is 61.19% and the majority of the contribution rate of each PAD component is
Gorontalo Development Review, Volume 2; doi:10.32662/golder.v2i2.681
This article aims to determine the effect on the economy of the furniture company in Gorontalo regency. To analyze this article, using a multiple linear regression method. Through multiple linear regression that capital factor (X1), technology (X2) and raw materials (X3) used furniture (X) together (simultaneously) very significant influence on the Economy particularly Income (Y). Statistics prove the suitability of this model F dual independent test: F2hit = 7.99> Fdaf = 2.89, the hypothesis H1 is accepted on the real level = 0.05 or 5% gave a very significant effect on test results. Double determination coefficient: R2 = 0.6820 or 68.20%. This means that 68.20 percent of the variation of income (Y) can be explained by the capital factor (X1), technology and raw materials (X3) together (simultaneously) used a furniture company (X). Separately simple linear regression analysis that capital factor (X1) used furniture (X) has a very significant influence on the Economy particularly Income (Y). This model is proven by independent testing F1 statistics: Fdaf = 0.30 > F1hit = 0.24 H1 hypothesis is accepted on a real level = 0.05 or 5% gave a very significant effect on test results. The field data show a furniture company in Luwoo village made to do a variety of production, using a workforce of 203 people or 8.90 percent. The average income ranges from 60.000 IDR to 100,000 IDR per day.
Gorontalo Development Review, Volume 2; doi:10.32662/golder.v2i2.684
This article aims to determine the development of cooperatives in West Java at present, projections of the development of cooperatives in West Java in 2019 and the contribution of cooperatives to the economy of West Java. The research methods used are explanatory research, data collection conducted by surveys, interviews, observations, and FGD and using a simple regression analysis approach of secondary data sourced from BPS, Kemenkop , Dinas KUKM West Java province. The results of the study show that the condition of cooperatives in terms of quantity in West Java can now be said to deteriorate. Inactive cooperatives are far more than active cooperatives. Whereas in previous years, namely in 2015-2017 active cooperatives dominated more than inactive cooperatives and West Java cooperative contributions to state revenues were still relatively small.