Journal of Tourism Economics and Policy

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ISSN / EISSN : 2775-2283 / 2807-2839
Published by: Indonesia Strategic Sustainability (10.38142)
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Sang Ayu Kompyang Dian Pratiwi, I Ketut Darma, Anak Agung Sri Purnami
Journal of Tourism Economics and Policy, Volume 2, pp 21-31; https://doi.org/10.38142/jtep.v2i1.205

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This research aim to determine the characteristics of the informal sector in the city Denpasar. The sample of this study was 50 respondents who were taken based on non probability sampling and data collection instruments use are questionnaire. The result of this study indicates that the characteristics of informal sector workers when viewed from the social side which is dominated by workers with education last high school (56%), meried status (72%), type of main job (56%), morning working hours (07.00-finished) (64%), daily sales intensity (80%), with fixed place of sale (56%), the average length of sale is less than 5 years (50%), with their own workers (68%). Characteristics when viewed from the demographic side which is dominated by women (58%), with an age range of 27 to more than 40 years (28%), from Karangasem regency (34%), where they live contracting/leasing (58% ), the type of merchandise sold is in the from of goods mixed (34%), with holiday intensity never having a day off (70%). Characteristics of the informal sector when viewed from the economic side, namely strating with initial capital an average or more than Rp. 400,000 (40%), and average monthly income an average of more than Rp. 1,100,000. from Karangasem regency (34%), where they live contracting/leasing (58%), the type of merchandise sold is in the from of goods mixed (34%), with holiday intensity never having a day off (70%).
Tjokorda Istri Agung Lita Apriliana Dewi, Putu Gede Wisnu Permana Kawisana, I Gusti Agung Prama Yoga
Journal of Tourism Economics and Policy, Volume 2, pp 11-20; https://doi.org/10.38142/jtep.v2i1.201

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This study aims to determine the effect of the implementation of e-Filing, tax socialization, taxpayer awareness and tax sanctions partially and simultaneously on individual taxpayer compliance. The location of this research is at the East Denpasar Primary Tax Service Office. The population uses individual taxpayers at the East Denpasar Pratama Tax Service Office and a sample of 100 respondents. The data analysis technique uses Validity Test, Reliability Test, Classical Assumption Test, Multiple Linear Regression Analysis, Coefficient of Determination Test, F Test and t Test. From the research results, the results obtained are: (1) the effect of the application of e-Filing has a positive and insignificant effect, where the t count is 1.268 and the significance value is 0.208. (2) tax socialization has a positive and insignificant effect, where the obtained t value of 0.131 and a significance value of 0.896. (3) taxpayer awareness has a significant positive effect on individual taxpayer compliance, where the t-count value is 3.138 and a significance value of 0.002. (4) tax sanctions have a significant positive effect on individual taxpayer compliance, where the t value is 5.586 and a significance value of 0.000. The magnitude of the influence of independent variables on individual taxpayer compliance is 58.4%.
Ni Komang Octavia Giri, Putu Ngurah Suyatna Yasa, A.A Ketut Jayawarsa
Journal of Tourism Economics and Policy, Volume 2, pp 32-40; https://doi.org/10.38142/jtep.v2i1.207

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Human development is one indicator of achieving economic development. Granting human development increases every year, inequality in human development is motionless discernable between districts/cities in the province of Bali. Furthermore, this study aims to determine the effect of life expectancy, literacy rate, average school length and real expenditure per capita on economic growth. The data used was secondary data downloaded from the Central Agency in Statistics of Bali Province and was a 2012 - 2019 time series. The descriptive qualitative method applied to analyze the data in this study. The results of data processing were composed of life expectancy has a positive effect on economic growth, literacy rates have a negative effect on economic growth, the average school length has a positive and insignificant effect on economic growth, and real expenditure per capita has a significant negative effect on economic growth of Districts / City in Bali. Formerly, The Government is expected to increase further performance that is capable of improving the quality of education in the Districts / City in Bali. Education level must be considered thoughtfully to promote better economic growth and per capita expenditure needs to be stabilized every year.
Ni Made Wike Widiyanti, I Made Sara, Ita Sylvia Azita Aziz, I Gusti Ayu Athina Wulandari
Journal of Tourism Economics and Policy, Volume 2, pp 01-10; https://doi.org/10.38142/jtep.v2i1.200

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Consumptive behavior of the Undergraduate Faculty of economics and business at the University of Warmadewa is certainly influenced by internal and external students condition. Consumptive behavior level can be influenced by many factors. This study aims to determine the effect of Financial Literacy, Electronic Money, Self Control, and Lifestyle on Student Consumptive Behavior of Faculty Economics and Business University of Warmadewa. The object of this research is the Undergraduate Faculty of Economics and Business University of Warmadewa., with a 5394 population. The sample in this study amounted to 98 people determined by the Solvin formula. The analytical method used is descriptive analysis and multiple linear regression. The results of this study showed that, Financial Literacy, Electronic Money, Lifestyle, and Self Control, simultaneously have a significant effect at = 0.05 on Student Consumptive Behavior. Partially, at = 0.05 the variables of Financial Literacy and Electonic Money have a negative and not significant effect on Consumptive Behavior, while the variables of Self Control and Lifestyle have a positive and significant effect on Consumptive Behavior. Partially, financial literacy has a positive and insignificant effect on consumptive behavior in students of the Faculty of Economics and Business, Warmadewa University. Partially, electronic money has a positive and insignificant effect on consumptive behavior in students of the Faculty of Economics and Business, Warmadewa University. Partially, self-control has a positive and significant effect on consumptive behavior in students of the Faculty of Economics and Business, Warmadewa University.
Pius Odunga
Journal of Tourism Economics and Policy, Volume 2, pp 41-50; https://doi.org/10.38142/jtep.v2i1.227

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Measurement of tourism economic impacts is important in monitoring progress towards meeting planned socio-economic goals. However, there has been insufficient attention to rigorous analysis of the ramifications of tourism beyond accounting for initial impacts. This study evaluates economic impacts of tourism in Rwanda by examining its effects on employment, labor incomes, and output and value addition. Rwanda’s 2014 Input-Output tables was used to compute direct, indirect, induced and total (SAM Type) multipliers which were interacted with internal tourism demand data from Rwanda’s 2014 tourism satellite account to estimate impacts. Labor income, output and value added multipliers indicate that tourism has strong linkages with service sectors, while the employment multiplier indicates robust linkages with agriculture. Results indicate that internal tourism demand created 29% of all jobs, generated 9.7% of labor incomes, 11.1% of total value addition and 12% of national output in 2014. Therefore, increasing internal tourism demand in Rwanda will lead to higher labor income, increased output and value addition and higher employment in agriculture and other associated sectors. This study’s main contribution is taking into account the predominantly informal sector of Rwanda’s economy especially with respect to the domestic tourism market. Future studies could estimate the magnitude of leakages from the economy through consumption and production processes.
Afifuddin Abha, Mohammad Yahya, Haris Setyobudi
Journal of Tourism Economics and Policy, Volume 1, pp 69-86; https://doi.org/10.38142/jtep.v1i2.143

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The purpose of the study was to determine the effect of knowledge sharing, work environment and motivation on teacher job satisfaction, to determine the effect of knowledge sharing, work environment and motivation on teacher performance, to determine the effect of teacher job satisfaction on teacher performance, to determine the effect of knowledge sharing, work environment and motivation on teacher performance. teacher performance mediated by teacher job satisfaction. The research population was 1,156 vocational high school teachers, with a research sample of 200 teachers as respondents. The research design is explanatory research, with a quantitative approach. The data analysis technique used Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) with AMOS 23 and SPSS 21 software. The results showed that knowledge sharing, work environment, and motivation had an effect on teacher job satisfaction.
Indrawan Purwanto, I Ketut Puja Wirya Sanjaya, Putu Gede Wisnu Permana Kawisana
Journal of Tourism Economics and Policy, Volume 1, pp 41-47; https://doi.org/10.38142/jtep.v1i3.109

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An industry has a clear goal, which is to reap profits in each of its performances, the profits generated by the industry in its performance cannot be separated from the donations of financial managers. The purpose of this study is to find out that dividend policy can increase business growth and development. The study method uses secondary data, obtained from the annual report of each industry with the year published 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019. The total population of 182 obtained by 25 industries as an illustration with a year of observation as far as 5 years, so that an illustration of as many as 182 is obtained. 125 observations. The conclusions obtained in the results of this study that investors and potential corporate investors will be more careful and also pay attention to financial ratios that can be considered in carrying out investments.
Ni Luh Putu Wiriastini, Gst. Ayu Intan Saputra Rini, Putu Gede Wisnu Permana Kawisana
Journal of Tourism Economics and Policy, Volume 1, pp 35-40; https://doi.org/10.38142/jtep.v1i3.108

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Profitability is the ability of a financial institution (company) to earn a profit during a certain period, this study aims to determine whether the amount of credit, growth in the number of customers, and capital adequacy affect the profitability of LPD in Kintamani District. Sampling using purposive sampling method. The population in this study consisted of 61 villages in Kintamani District. The number of samples that meet the criteria are 20 LPDs in Kintamani District. The data analysis method used is multiple linear regression. Based on the results of analysis and hypothesis testing, it was found that the amount of credit did not have a positive effect on the profitability of LPDs in Kintamani District, while the growth in the number of customers had a positive and significant effect, and capital adequacy also had a positive and significant effect on the profitability of LPDs in Kintamani District.
Asep Dana Saputra, Riyanto Setiawan Suharsono
Journal of Tourism Economics and Policy, Volume 1, pp 48-59; https://doi.org/10.38142/jtep.v1i2.115

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The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of work culture and work motivation on employee performance through job satisfaction at OJK Malang. The population in this study were all employees at OJK Malang as many as 55 respondents using the census method. The data analysis technique used is descriptive analysis technique using path analysis equation model. The results of this study Work Culture and Work Motivation have a significant effect on Job Satisfaction at the Malang OJK Office, this means that the higher the Work Culture and Work Motivation, the Job Satisfaction will increase. Job Satisfaction has a significant effect on Employee Performance at the Malang OJK Office. Work Culture and Work Motivation have a significant effect on Employee Performance through Job Satisfaction at the Malang OJK Office, this means that the higher Job Satisfaction caused by high Work Culture and Work Motivation, it can improve Employee Performance
Justita Dura, Fadilla Cahyaningtyas
Journal of Tourism Economics and Policy, Volume 1, pp 60-68; https://doi.org/10.38142/jtep.v1i2.110

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Assessment of various aspects that affect the performance of a bank through other factors, among others, Asset Quality, Management, Earning, Liquidity, and Sensitivity to Market Risk is the health of the bank. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of bank health on new normal profit growth at BPR Syariah East Java in 2020. The research method used in this research is multiple linear regression analysis method. The type of data used in this study is quantitative and the data sources used are included in secondary data. The results of the study of capital have no influence on profit growth, asset quality has no influence on profit growth, management has no influence on profit growth, income has no influence on profit growth, liquidity has no influence on profit growth, and sensitivity to market risk has no influence on profit growth.
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