MARGINAL : JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT, ACCOUNTING, GENERAL FINANCE AND INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC ISSUES

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ISSN / EISSN : 2809-9222 / 2809-8013
Published by: PT. Transpublika Jaya Abadi (10.55047)
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Alamsyah Noval Mahardika, Whinarko Juliprijanto
Marginal : Journal of Management, Accounting, General Finance and International Economic Issues, Volume 2, pp 140-156; https://doi.org/10.55047/marginal.v2i1.369

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This research aims empirical evidence regarding the impact of the inflation rate, the BI Rate, the dollar exchange rate, and the interest rate on the Composite Stock Price Index (JCI). Composite Stock Price Index (JCI) is one of the indexes that investors frequently consider when making investments on the Indonesia Stock Exchange. Therefore, the authors wish to investigate the factors that influence the CSPI in greater detail. This study's population comprises the overall annual data for the inflation rate, BI Rate, Exchange Rate, and Composite Stock Price Index (JCI) from 1991 to 2020. The sampling method employed is a saturated sample in which the entire population is represented. This study employs the ECM technique. The results indicated that the inflation rate, the BI Rate, and the Dollar Exchange Rate (USD/IDR) partially influenced the Composite Stock Price Index (JCI).
Audyra Gusti Putri, Sri Indah Nikensari, Dicky Iranto
Marginal : Journal of Management, Accounting, General Finance and International Economic Issues, Volume 2, pp 29-39; https://doi.org/10.55047/marginal.v2i1.350

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This research aims to analyze the leading economic sectors that can support economic development in Nganjuk Regency, the base and non-base sectors, the changing and shifting sectors, and the classification of growth sectors in order to determine the leading sectors in Nganjuk Regency. Gross Domestic Regional Product by Business Field Based on Constant Price in 2018-2021 in Nganjuk Regency and East Java is utilized in this study. The information is obtained from Statistics Indonesia. This study employs a descriptive quantitative methodology. This research utilizes Location Quotient, Shift Share, and Typology Klassen for analysis. Location Quotient has determined that there are eight base sectors and nine non-base sectors. The base sectors are also the leading economic sector in Nganjuk Regency's economic development. In addition, according to the results of Shift Share, fifteen economic sectors have positive growth. In addition, there are nine sectors with a progressive growth rate. The result of Typology Klassen is the division of seventeen economic sectors into four quadrants. There are three sectors in the first quadrant, seven sectors in the second quadrant, five sectors in the third quadrant, and two sectors in the fourth quadrant. Water Supply, Sewerage, Waste Management, and Remediation Activities are the leading economic sector according to all of the research's analysis methods. This sector is a base sector, has a positive percentage in each component of Shift Share and a positive Shift Share value, and is located in Quadrant I of the Typology Klassen.
Yunita Tri Andina, Saparuddin Mukhtar, Dicky Irianto
Marginal : Journal of Management, Accounting, General Finance and International Economic Issues, Volume 2, pp 1-16; https://doi.org/10.55047/marginal.v2i1.345

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Export is one of the international trades that can increase the country's economy and foreign exchange. This study aims to determine the effect of foreign investment and international prices on the export volume of apparel (convection) from Indonesian textiles with the Export VAT Restitution Policy as a Dummy Variable for 2005-2019. This research is quantitative research. The method used in this study is a simple regression method with the OLS model. The results of the study highlight that the foreign investment variable and international prices had a significant effect on the export volume of Indonesian apparel, but the export VAT restitution policy had no effect on the export volume of Indonesian apparel because other policies were needed to support these policies in order to increase exports.
Sofi Windiarti, Harya Kuncara Kuncara W, Aditya Pratama
Marginal : Journal of Management, Accounting, General Finance and International Economic Issues, Volume 2, pp 17-28; https://doi.org/10.55047/marginal.v2i1.346

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This study aims to determine the effect of marketing strategy (x1) and shopeepay-based payment gateway on financial inclusion (y1) of Shopee application users in DKI Jakarta. This study is associative research using primary data that is directly the result of a questionnaire or survey from respondents with an unknown population and the researchers took 260 samples, namely Shopee application users in DKI Jakarta who always or have used shopeepay as a payment method when shopping online. The analytical method used in this research is multiple linear regression analysis. The results of this study indicate that marketing strategy (x1) has a significant positive effect on financial inclusion (y) then the level of financial inclusion of Shopee application users in DKI Jakarta will increase and the shopeepay-based payment gateway variable (x2) also has a significant positive effect on financial inclusion (y). Based on the results of the analysis, with the existence of a good marketing strategy carried out by the Shopee application can increase financial inclusion. Students can apply the implications of marketing strategies carried out by the Shopee application when they want to do business or entrepreneurship. In the other side, the influence of this marketing strategy can make someone more impulse buying and consumptive.
Mely Novita Sari, Hadi Sasana
Marginal : Journal of Management, Accounting, General Finance and International Economic Issues, Volume 2, pp 109-116; https://doi.org/10.55047/marginal.v2i1.361

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This study leads to an analysis of the relationship between exports, imports, and central government spending on the growth of the Indonesian economy. In this study, we selected periodic data throughout 1990-2020 obtained from the World Bank and Financial Notes. The ECM (Error Correction Model) analysis method is used in this study. Then tested using the stationary test, cointegration test, and the classical assumption test. This study obtained the results that export and import variables have an influence on economic growth in the short term, while central government spending has an influence on economic growth in the long term. Therefore, the researcher concludes that better government involvement in economic growth is needed for the economy to function smoothly. To avoid a negative trade balance, the government must be able to control both exports and imports, as well as budgetary spending. In this situation, the government is viewed as a policymaker and a state stakeholder, and it is hoped that it will make sound policy decisions that will benefit Indonesia's economy.
Shalsabila Rizky Aureli, Whinarko Juliprijanto
Marginal : Journal of Management, Accounting, General Finance and International Economic Issues, Volume 2, pp 51-67; https://doi.org/10.55047/marginal.v2i1.354

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Indonesia cannot avoid the issue of poverty because it is a developing nation with a growing population. During the period from 1992 to 2019, the number of poor people in Indonesia fluctuated, fluctuating between increases and decreases each year. Therefore, it is necessary to conduct an analysis in order to determine the factors that contribute to poverty. This study's aims to examine the impact of income inequality, economic growth, and unemployment on poverty in Indonesia between 1992 and 2019. Time series data are utilized. The data utilized for analysis are secondary data from the World Bank and the Central Statistics Agency (hereinafter referred to as BPS). Through the E-views 10 software, the analysis tool employs the Engle Granger-Error Correction Model. The findings indicate that (1) short- and long-term income inequality has a negligible impact on poverty in Indonesia and (2) short- and long-term economic growth has a positive impact on poverty in Indonesia. on the long term, poverty in Indonesia has a significant impact In Indonesia, between 1992 and 2019, unemployment has no significant short-term impact on poverty, but a significant long-term impact.
Rizki Annisa Fitri
Marginal : Journal of Management, Accounting, General Finance and International Economic Issues, Volume 2, pp 109-125; https://doi.org/10.55047/marginal.v2i1.365

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A nation's economic health can be gauged by looking at factors like its rate of economic growth. The goal of this research was to identify both long- and short-term relationships among factors that influence economic growth in Indonesia. The period between 1988 and 2017 was used for analysis. In this case, the Error Correction Model is employed (ECM). This research shows that PMA has a positive and statistically insignificant effect both immediately and over time. Inflation is a major drag on economic growth both in the short and long term. To be sure, the export variable has a negative effect in the short term, but in the long run, it has a positive and insignificant effect.
Charisa Febby Shelina, Hadi Sasana
Marginal : Journal of Management, Accounting, General Finance and International Economic Issues, Volume 2, pp 40-50; https://doi.org/10.55047/marginal.v2i1.351

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This study aims to examine the effect of Indonesia's real GDP, the area of Indonesian tobacco cultivation, and the quantity of Indonesian tobacco production on the quantity of Indonesian exports. This study uses Autoregressive Distributed Lag (ARDL) with time series data from 1975 to 2018 as its analytic tool. The information contained in this study was compiled from periodic reports published by organizations such as the Directorate General of Plantations and the World Bank between 1975 and 2018. The probability value for the number of exports should not exceed 5% if the test results for the short-term real GDP of Indonesia are positive and non-significant. Long-term, the amount of national tobacco production has a positive and significant effect on the quantity of tobacco exports from Indonesia. The long-term stability of the CUSUM and CUSUMQ test results for both analytical models
Asyifa Lunawati, Hadi Sasana
Marginal : Journal of Management, Accounting, General Finance and International Economic Issues, Volume 2, pp 68-85; https://doi.org/10.55047/marginal.v2i1.356

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Poverty is a problem of non-accomplishment of individual welfare and is one of Indonesia's complex issues. Poverty is influenced by economic variables that are interrelated. This study was undertaken from 2012 to 2017 to examine the association between population, Human Development Index (HDI), and Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and poverty in the Kedu residence region. This study employs a regression method on panel data. Results indicated that population, HDI, and economic growth had a significant impact on the level of poverty in Kedu Residency. Meanwhile, the results of the F test indicate that the Population (JP), Human Development Index (HDI), and Economic Growth (GDP) variables have a significant impact on the Poverty Level simultaneously.
Meilinda, Santi Susanti, Sri Zulaihati
Marginal : Journal of Management, Accounting, General Finance and International Economic Issues, Volume 2, pp 126-139; https://doi.org/10.55047/marginal.v2i1.367

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This study objective is to determine whether and how exposure to financial stress and leverage can prompt accountants to exercise greater caution when working with numerical data. The investigation covered 165 manufacturing companies that were scheduled to be listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange in 2020. For the purpose of this study, a purposive sampling technique was utilized to select a total of 52 different companies at random. The records of the company's finances that have been audited are the source of the secondary data. The approach taken in this study is primarily based on the use of quantitative methods. SPSS version 26's descriptive statistics, multiple linear regression, analysis requirements, classical assumption, and hypothesis testing features were utilized in order to conduct the analysis on the collected data. According to the findings of the study, there is no statistically significant connection between financial hardship and conservative accounting practices. Leverage does not significantly alter the cautious nature of accounting. Moreover, the combined effects of financial distress and leverage have little to no visible influence on the conservative accounting process.
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