Musamus Journal of Economics Development

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ISSN / EISSN : 2622-9145 / 2622-9188
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Wayrohi Meilvidiri, Rizka Jafar
Musamus Journal of Economics Development, Volume 2, pp 29-35; https://doi.org/10.35724/feb.v2i1.2480

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This study is to answer whether the city of Merauke is developing or not by using the prerequisite concept of agriculture surplus, urban production and transportation to exchange. The Data used is the value of agricultural, industrial and electrical energy production; and motor vehicles. Population and population density data, the county capital mileage to the district capital, and road conditions as supporting data. Qualitative descriptive is used to describe, and analyze the data to draw conclusions based on the concepts and facts found. Findings of this study that the first prerequisite, agriculture surplus is fulfilled, while the second prerequisite, urban production, not fulfilled, the third requirement of transportation to exchange is also not fulfilled. It can be said that the city of Merauke using these three verses can not be said as a thriving city. Keywords: agriculture surplus, urban production, transportation to exchange
Asrudi Asrudi, Wayrohi Meilvidiri,
Musamus Journal of Economics Development, Volume 2, pp 1-10; https://doi.org/10.35724/feb.v2i1.2474

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The growth in the population of each region will present its own problems, especially the level of complexity in the certain community activities. It can also be seen in the form of the traditional markets that have a role as a place for the purchase and sale of commodities, and to meet the needs of the community. The purpose of this study is to measure the potential for development of the Fagogoru market. Analysis is conducted using three methods, namely the market share method, the potential market, and the growth ratio model (MRP). The results of this study showed that the potential of the Fagogoru market had the considerable potential, where the results of the analysis of the estimated market potential (Market Potential) of Central Halmahera Regency reached Rp 1.450 trillion, while in the Weda sub-district area was around Rp 344,3 billion. This considerable potential was supported by the adequate agricultural sector conditions. Keywords: Fagogoru market, market share, market potential
Romualdus Turu Putra Maro Djanggo, Asrudi Asrudi, Wayrohi Meilvidiri
Musamus Journal of Economics Development, Volume 2, pp 17-23; https://doi.org/10.35724/feb.v2i1.2476

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This devotion is in the form of socialization to the village officials related to the preparation of the village medium-term development plan. The objectives achieved in this service are to provide insight or knowledge on the importance of information from the beginning of the process of drafting the village Medium Term Development plan and management; Provide knowledge on the preparation and preparation of the village's medium-term development plan; and provide the ability to prepare the development plan of medium-term village. The methods used by this devotion are lectures, and questions answered. The material provided at the time of socialization is the preparation material for the medium-term development plan. The results of discussions with the new living village apparatus, after following the socialization of the establishment of the village medium term development plan, village apparatus and society began to understand that the importance of the procedure to prepare the term development plan Middle of the village and the importance of society in the involvement to develop a medium term development plan Kampung, so that the program in the community already understand it. Overall it is concluded that this activity goes according to good planning and expectation. Keywords: effectiveness, work, head of village.
Musamus Journal of Economics Development, Volume 2, pp 11-16; https://doi.org/10.35724/feb.v2i1.2475

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This research aims to see the flagship sector or the base sector in Merauke Regency. The type of data in this research is the data that is made from the central body statistic the District of Merauke with a time period 2016-2018. The method used in this study is the Location Quotient (LQ) which is often used to see the development of the base sector in an area with the criteria LQ > 1 = base sector, LQ < 1 = Not a superior sector and if LQ = 1 Then the sector is only able to Meet the needs of its own region. The results of this study were obtained, almost all the business sector in Merauke District is a base sector. Where there are 3 sectors that are with the average value of LQ for the last three years, government administration, defence and social Security mandatory 0.04, Real Estate 0.97, as well as mining and excavation with LQ of 0.04 that is not a base sector. While 17 of the total sectors of 14 of them are the basis sectors where the results of the LQ showed that the agriculture, forestry, and fisheries sectors are still very superior to the average LQ 2.10 It is undeniable that the district Merauke is one of the largest rice suppliers for the surrounding area, such as Asmat District, Mappi and some other areas even the intereste state of Papua New Guinea.p Keywords: Featured sector, Location Quotient
Yuan Williamson Tamberan, Romualdus Turu Putra Maro Djanggo
Musamus Journal of Economics Development, Volume 2, pp 24-28; https://doi.org/10.35724/feb.v2i1.2478

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This study aims to determine the implications of fiscal transfer to income disparity in Merauke Regency. The type of data used is time series data which began in 2010-2018 and the data collection was carried out using the documentation method sourced from the Central Statistics Agency of Merauke Regency and the Internet. Data were analyzed using regression analysis models with the help of SPSS 21 software. The results showed that partially or simultaneously fiscal transfers in the form of general allocation fund variables and special autonomy fund variables had a significant positive effect on income disparity variables in Merauke Regency. Keywords: fiscal transfer, income disparity, regional autonomy
Romualdus Turu Putra Maro Djanggo, Marthen A I Nahumury
Musamus Journal of Economics Development, Volume 1, pp 69-79; https://doi.org/10.35724/feb.v1i2.1670

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The research aims to analyse whether the labour, infrastructure and Percapita income factors influence industrial investments in Merauke District in 2001-2017. The data used in this study is secondary data. The method of collecting data using secondary data from the official data is issued by the Department of Migration and Employment of Merauke District and the official data from the Central Statistics agency of Merauke District. For data processing is done using SPSS 21 program. The results of this research show that labor variables, infrastructure, and per capita income simultaneously affect the value of industrial investment. The result of the coefficient of determination (R²) 25.6% showed that labor, infrastructure, and per capita income variables had no significant effect on increasing industrial investments. The results of this study also showed that the infrastructure variables were influential for the change in the value of industrial investments in Merauke district but the influence gained only on the level of 10% of its siknification. Keywords: Labour, infrastructure, investment value
Sebestina Siman, Hendricus Lembang
Musamus Journal of Economics Development, Volume 1, pp 80-93; https://doi.org/10.35724/feb.v1i2.1679

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Sota Village has an unique attraction as a cross border tourism between Indonesia and Papua New Guinea and has become the favorite destination in Merauke Regency. This study aims to find and prove the determinant factors of cross border tourism to improve the welfare of local residents in Sota Village, Sota District, Merauke Regency. The type of research used is a qualitative approach by expolarizing information on field data and literature so that data can describe the events that take place factually, systematically and accurately. The results of the study found that cross border tourism has made a positive contribution in supporting the regional economy, business sectors related to the tourism industry sector have increased income, distribution of basic needs, expansion of economies of scale. In addition, infrastructure and other supporting facilities, the community has felt the benefits such as the ease and smooth flow of human and goods mobilization. However, the indigenous people of the Kanum Tribe are still very limited and have not had much direct impact on their welfare. Because they are still very few who are directly involved in business activities related to tourism such as: food businesses, trade, even cultural arts, crafts and so on. Several causes are the quality of human resources is still low, lack of the spirit of entrepreneurship, awareness of the role of the tourism industry sector for economic life. So that the attention of the cultural values ​​and customs of the Kanum Tribe as a native population has not been widely appointed as one of the tourist advantages. Keywords: Border tourism, welfare, attention to cultural values
Muhammad Abdullah Tawakal, Syahruddin Uddin
Musamus Journal of Economics Development, Volume 1, pp 94-104; https://doi.org/10.35724/feb.v1i2.1680

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The research aimed to observe the impact before and after the increase in soybean prices to income and business feasibility and Tahu in the District of Merauke. Data obtained are primary and secondary data. Total population in the research of 5 respondents Home Industry Tahuand tempeh with the sampling technique is done with all the amount of the census population sampled. The basic method used to see earnings before and after the increase in soybean prices are observation, interviewing, writing, and analysis of quantitative and qualitative descriptive hereinafter the next with the data analysis stage in the form of analysis of revenue and efficient level analysis Revenue Cost Ratio. The research result indicate that there is a price increase impact on revenues Home Industry soybean,Tahu and Tempe in the District of Merauke, while the impact contained in input factor prices, industry costs, the price of Tahu and tempeh, revenue growth entrepreneurs Tahu and tempeh. Rising soybean prices, which reached 8.8% of business Tahu and tempeh still remain profitable this is because employers make changes to the price of Tahuand tempeh, Keywords: analysis of incomeand Revenue Cost Ratio Home Industry Tahu and tempeh
Yuan Williamson Tamberan, Romualdus Turu Putra Maro Djanggo
Musamus Journal of Economics Development, Volume 1, pp 113-118; https://doi.org/10.35724/feb.v1i2.1706

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This research aims to determine the effect of allocation of special Autonomy Fund in Education, special autonomy Fund in health education and special autonomy fund in the field of infrastructure education to economic growth directly or indirectly through the human development index in Merauke Regency. The type of data used is data time series and data collection is done by the documentation method. Data was analyzed using the simultaneous equation model approach with the help of SPSS Amos 21 software. The results showed that the special Autonomy fund variable has been positively significant to the economic growth directly, indirectly through the human development Index of Special Autonomy Fund fields Education is not significant to economic growth. Health special Autonomy fund variables and special autonomy fund infrastructure areas are directly significant to economic growth. Meanwhile, indirectly through human development index a variable of special autonomy fund in Health and Special Autonomy fund areas of infrastructure are positively significant to the economic growth Key words: Special autonomy, human development index, economic growth
Asrudi Rudy, Samel W Ririhena
Musamus Journal of Economics Development, Volume 1, pp 105-112; https://doi.org/10.35724/feb.v1i2.1681

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As a developing country, economic growth is an output formed by various economic sectors so that it can describle the development or the decline of economic sector in certain time period. Thes study aims to describe the direct an indirect effect government expenditure and investment on the economic growth through regional competitivnes in all provinces in eastern Indonesia. The research used government expenditure, domestic investment (PMDN), regional competitiveness, and economic growth as the date. The were used to describe the influence of dependent variabel (government expenditure, and investment) on the independent variabel (economic growth) and intervening variable (regional competitiveness). The results show that there is a positive and significant direct influence of government expenditure (x1) on economic growth (y2), and there is a positive and significant direct influence of investment (x2) on economic growth (y2). However in terms of the indirect influence of government expenditure and investment on economic growth through regional competitiveness, there is no significant effect. It can be concluded that government expenditure and investment can directly influence economic growth positively and significantly. However, there is no significant indirect impact of government expenditure and investment on economic growth through regional competitiveness. Keywords: government expenditure, investment, economic growth, regional competitivness
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