Gorontalo Development Review

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ISSN / EISSN : 2614-5170 / 2615-1375
Published by: Universitas Gorontalo (10.32662)
Total articles ≅ 50
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Deffrinica Deffrinica, Helena Anggraeni Tjondro Sugianto, Benedhikta Kikky Vuspitasari
Gorontalo Development Review, Volume 5, pp 16-25; https://doi.org/10.32662/golder.v5i1.1866

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Regional economic development is development activity carried out by the local government, especially in the Bengkayang Regency area where development is carried out together with the local community, so that the government can manage and utilize existing resources optimally so that the regional economic development of Bengkayang Regency and the welfare of the local community Bengkayang Regency is better. One of the benchmarks for the success of regional economic development and community services in the region can be seen from the regional economic growth. The purpose of this research is to analyze the regional economic development strategies carried out by the Bengkayang Regency Government in increasing the economic growth of Bengkayang Regency so that it can increase the regional development of Bengkayang Regency. This research was conducted for almost one year and used qualitative research methods with a descriptive approach. The results of this study show the development strategies carried out by Bengkayang Regency in accelerating good development and reducing poverty, namely improving the quality of education, improving the quality of health, improving the quality of religious life, improving the quality of governance, improving the quality and quantity of infrastructure, increasing productivity of regional superior sectors, increased village development, increased development of border areas, and increased environmental sustainability. 
Rahma Nurzianti
Gorontalo Development Review, Volume 5, pp 49-58; https://doi.org/10.32662/golder.v5i1.2025

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Islamic financial literacy and consumptive behavior are consumer activities in believing, knowing and skills in managing Islamic finance in spending a product with a wise attitude. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of Islamic financial literacy on the consumptive behavior of students of the Islamic Economics study program at IAIN Takengon. This study uses quantitative methods with the population and samples are students of the Islamic Economics study program. The analysis used in this study is a simple linear regression analysis with testing the validity and reliability of the primary data. The results show that Islamic financial literacy has a negative relationship and has no effect on student consumption behavior, which means that the higher the level of Islamic financial literacy causes a decrease in student consumptive behavior.
Rio Hermawan, Muhammad Amir Arham, Sri Indriyani Dai
Gorontalo Development Review, Volume 5, pp 59-71; https://doi.org/10.32662/golder.v5i1.2001

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The research aims to analyze the effect of financing in education sector by utilizing data from statistics of Gorontalo Province from 2015 to 2019 in five regencies and one city administration in Gorontalo Province. Therefore, the proper analysis tool to use is panel data regression and fixed effect model (FEM). The result of analysis shows that there is a positive and significant effect of financing in education sector on the human Development Index as an increase in the financing will lead to an increase in the Human Development Index too. In addition, the control variable used is Gross Participation Rate (APK) for senior High School owns a negative and insignificant effect on the human development Index. In the meantime, the Net participation Rate (APM) for senior High School owns a positive and significant effect on the increase of Human Development Index. Additionally, the use of education budget requires to be increased whether in measurable planning process distribution or productive spending. Therefore, it is indispensable to perform sustainable monitoring and evaluation from all stakeholders.
Sugeng Setyadi
Gorontalo Development Review, Volume 5, pp 36-48; https://doi.org/10.32662/golder.v5i1.2021

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Education plays a central role and becomes one of the goals of sustainable development which must continuously be carried out equitably and can be accessed by anyone without any limitations on geographical conditions or social and economic status. However, the issue of education inequality has recently become a worrying concern, therefore the purpose of this study is to analyze the factors that influence education inequality in the Regency or City of East Java Province where the education inequality is the highest on the island of Java. The data used in this study is secondary data sourced from the Central Statistics Agency and the Ministry of Education. The analytical method used is panel data regression. The results showed that per capita GRDP, literacy rate, government spending in the education sector and gender inequality had an effect on educational inequality. So that government policies are needed that are able to build public awareness of the importance of investment in the field of human capital, and the role of education for women and men in achieving a better quality of life, as well as the need for policy reforms in placing government expenditure allocations for education that are more targeted. 
Golfred Alex Kojongkam, Sukirman Rahim, Iswan Dunggio
Gorontalo Development Review, Volume 5, pp 26-35; https://doi.org/10.32662/golder.v5i1.1996

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This journal aims to determine the effect of regional fiscal capacity on climate change action budgeting commitments. The research method used is a quantitative method with a statistical test approach to Structural Equation Modeling (SEM). The results of this study indicate that the local government's fiscal capacity of Gorontalo Regency has a significant positive direct influence on climate change action budgeting commitments.
Sandra Logaritma, Mirta Dwi Wulandari
Gorontalo Development Review, Volume 5, pp 1-15; https://doi.org/10.32662/golder.v5i1.1959

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Gorontalo Province has the potential to develop, but still has several problems related to inequality and population welfare, so appropriate policies are needed to encourage accelerated development. This study aims to determine the inter-sectoral and inter-regional linkages in Gorontalo Province using the Input Output (IO) and Inter Regional Input Output (IRIO) Tables 2016. The results of this study show that the economy of Gorontalo Province cannot be separated from other provinces and abroad. Gorontalo's leading industries are the supply of electricity and gas (D) and the processing industry (C). Other industries that can be developed are Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (A), Trade (G), and Construction (F) which have the largest contribution to the economy of Gorontalo Province. The provinces most affected if there is a change in final demand in Gorontalo Province are DKI Jakarta, Central Java, and East Java. Meanwhile, the provinces that have the greatest impact on Gorontalo Province if there is a change in final demand are North Sulawesi, Central Sulawesi, and Banten.
Desmillasari Ramadhani Andriza, Reny Fitriana Kaban, Hidajat Sofjan Widjaja
Gorontalo Development Review pp 111-123; https://doi.org/10.32662/golder.v0i0.1740

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This research aims to determine the effect of corporate sukuk and Sharia mutual funds on economic growth in Indonesia. Using quantitative method, secondary data were obtained from OJK's financial quarterly reports and Central Statistics Agency for period the 1st quarter of 2013 to the 4th quarter of 2020. The results showed that partially corporate sukuk had a positive and significant effect on economic growth Sharia mutual funds had a positive but insignificant effect to economic growth in Indonesia. However corporate sukuk and Sharia mutual funds simultaneously had a positive and significant effect on economic growth in Indonesia. Although partially Sharia mutual funds have a little effect on economic growth in Indonesia, the socialization needs to be improved so that the public will know more about Sharia mutual funds and they are interested to invest in this financial instrument.
Titis Nistia Sari, Dabella Yunia, Edy Arisondha
Gorontalo Development Review pp 124-133; https://doi.org/10.32662/golder.v0i0.1802

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The purpose of this study was to determine the influence of educational background and gender on the sales turnover of UKM Sugar Ant Entrepreneurs. The method used is SEM PLS 3 with a population of 50 respondents of SMEs Sugar Ant Entrepreneurs. The results of the study found that educational background had a positive effect on sales turnover of SMEs Sugar Ant Entrepreneurs, while gender did not have a positive effect on sales turnover of SMEs Sugar Ants Entrepreneurs. So, the Sugar Ant Entrepreneurs who are in Lebak Banten in obtaining sales turnover are not determined by gender itself, but are determined by educational background
Supandi Rahman, Rifadli D. Kadir
Gorontalo Development Review pp 102-110; https://doi.org/10.32662/golder.v0i0.1768

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This research is directed to find out more about sugar activities in Gorontalo Province by exploring more deeply about Production, Export, Information, Pricing and Distribution Systems at PT. PG Gorontalo Tolangohula Unit. Using qualitative research methods that aim to systematically describe the facts and characteristics of the object or subject being studied appropriately. The results of the study found that the development of sugar production for Large Plantations (PB) and People's Plantations (PR) in Gorontalo tended to fluctuate, sugar exports from Gorontalo abroad did not yet exist, because sugar production was still needed for the needs of Gorontalo Province and its surroundings, namely North Sulawesi and Central Sulawesi Province, to determine the price of sugar refers to the main decision of the Surabaya Board of Directors, of course taking into account several factors, including production which will determine the cost of goods sold from the factory, and in the market, for the system of selling sugar from the factory to the hands of the community is through the auction system.
Yustirania Septiani, Vinca Ayu Setyowati
Gorontalo Development Review pp 89-101; https://doi.org/10.32662/golder.v0i0.1516

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Chili is one of the potential commodities based on market demand and high economic value. The price of chili has fluctuated every month so that this commodity contributes to inflation in food that can affect overall general inflation. Thus, an analysis of forecasting prices for large curly red chili is needed so thar people and farmers do not need to worry and can prepare for future risks. Price forecasting in this study uses the Box-Jenkins ARIMA method. The data used is the price of lare curly red chili prices from December 2015 to April 2020. The data to be analyzed is then made into several forms of the ARIMA model and one will be chosen as the best ARIMA model. Based on the results of the study, ARIMA (1,1,3) is the best model. Thus the forecast results obtained for the price of large curly red chili in Magelang City from May 2020 to February 2021. With this research it is expected ti be able to assist the Depasrtment of Industry and Trade of Magelang City in making decisions related to the price of lare curly red chilli which fluctuates every year.
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