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1.

DOES MONEY MEANS QUALITY: AN EDUCATIONAL FINANCING EXPERIENCE IN INDONESIA
Nurkolis

Universitas PGRI Semarang


Abstract

The purpose of this article to find out how: local governments allocate education budgets, relationship between education budget and quality of education, and relationship between quality of education and teacher quality. The quality of education referred to the results of national examination. Teacher quality based on teacher competence test. Education budget based on the allocation of regional income and expenditure allocation. Place of study is Central Java Province in 2016. The research method is descriptive qualitative. Data obtained from district/city document within 35 districts/municipalities in Central Java Province in 2007-2015, document of national examination of junior high school in 2015, and document of teacher competence test in 2015. Result of research indicate that: first, during 9 years the average education budgets range from 37% -50%. Secondly, there are four patterns of relationship between the budget and quality. Third, there are two patterns of relationship between the quality and teacher.

Topic: Economic and finance in education

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=276


2.

ECONOMICS TEACHERS PERCEPTION ON ASEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY AND THE IMPLICATION TO ECONOMICS LEARNING IN THE SCHOOL
Sri Umi Mintarti W, Imam Mukhlis, Agung Haryono, Nasikh, Roufah Inayati, Ali Wafa

Universitas Negeri Malang


Abstract

This research aims to explore economy teachers perception on ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) in Indonesia and to identify the implication of implementation to economic learning in high school. The subject are high school economy teachers in Jombang disctrict, East Java, Indonesia in 2016. The sampling method used is quota sampling, 17 teachers are taken as informant. Data collection are conducted by in-depth interview and observation. Meanwhile the data analysis method used is descriptive.
The result of this research shows that teachers perception on AEC indicating both opportunities and threats. The implication of learning in school are to include AEC materials in classrooms presented in authentic examples of international trade sourced from local commodities. Suggestion from the result of this research is that teachers can develop AEC material content through cooperative learning and encourage students to select local products.

Topic: Economic and finance in education

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=292


3.

FINANCIAL LITERACY ANALYSIS ON FACULTY OF ECONOMICS STUDENTS AT UNIVERSITAS NEGERI MALANG (Case Study of Branchless Banking Users on Students of Economic Development Department)
Feri Febriandi, Agung Haryono, Ro’ufah Inayati

Universitas Negeri Malang


Abstract

This study aims to describe the users of Branchless Banking financial literacy and students’ considera-tion factors in financial management. This research used qualitative method and case study approach. The sampling technique used was snowball sampling. Data were obtained by in-depth interview tech-nique and observation, while sources triangulation was used to check the validity of data. The results show that, Faculty of Economics students who use branchless banking service are categorized to have good financial literacy. Students with good financial literacy have high rationality in consumption strategies, efficiency, resource optimization, and risk management consideration in making decision. On the other hand, there are a small number of students who have low financial literacy, their actions are still inclined to spend money only for satisfaction in consuming. They never think risk of failure in spending their money because they get it from their parent. Suggestion are presented to department and faculty of Economics to improve practicing for the students through nonacademic activity that can create equity of student financial literacy.

Topic: Economic and finance in education

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=293


4.

THE INFLUENCE OF COST OF EDUCATION TO THE QUALITY OF HIGH SCHOOL IN PEKANBARU INDONESIA
Sumarno

Pendidikan Ekonomi, FKIP, Universitas Riau
sumarno.s[at]lecturer.unri.ac.id


Abstract

This study aimed to determine the influence of cost of education that covers operating costs of personal and operating costs of non-personal to the quality of high school. The study was conducted on senior high schools in Pekanbaru Indonesia, the Academic Year 2014/2015 by sample as much 36 schools. Data collected by technical documentation and checklists. Data were analyzed by descriptive and multiple regression. The results showed that in partially, operating costs of non-personnel had a positive and significant influence to the quality of high schools, while the operating costs of personnel did not had a significant influence to the quality of high schools.

Topic: Economic and finance in education

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=71


5.

ECONOMIC RETURN TO EDUCATION: AN ANALYSIS BETWEEN MALES AND FEMALES EDUCATION IN WEST JAVA IN 2016
Indah Rahayu Kurniasari

Sebelas Maret University


Abstract

The educational invesment that individual makes will give a lot benefits that will return to oneself or the surroundings. The return of benefits to the individual who makes educational investment is called the return to education. This study aimed to find out the return to education between male and female workers in West Java in 2016.

This was a quantitative study. The research method was a development of the Mincerian Model. The data in study were obtained from National Workforce Survey (SAKERNAS) in 2016. The analysis technique was multiple regression analysis.

The result of study showed that educational level, work experience potential, work experience potential squared, and gender affect earnings.

Topic: Economic and finance in education

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=129


6.

The Importance of Financial Education against Financial Stability through Banking Sector and Higher Education in Indonesia
Aniek Hindrayani, Khresna Bayu Sangka

Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Sebelas Maret University, Surakarta


Abstract

Lacking of institutions collaboration and coordination between their financial educations’ stakeholders in Indonesia during past years has become the major deficiency factor of financial literacy. This condition is getting worse due to the insufficient higher education curriculum. The aim of this study is identifying how the financial education program overcome this gap to create the financial stability and economic welfare. By employing secondary data from Indonesian Statistical Bureau and Indonesian Central Bank, we analyzed with descriptive statistics. This study found that deeper understanding on financial education is very important to be improved especially for the national curriculum development that should be applied in higher education which is collaborating with banking sector.

Topic: Economic and finance in education

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=140


7.

Financial Behavior Learning in SDN Ngadiluhur I to grow Children’s financial literacy
Khofifatu Rohmah Adi and Fatiya Rosyida

Fakultas Ilmu Sosial Universitas Negeri Malang


Abstract

Consumption basically have a purpose to meet human basic need but in modern society, cosumption have another purpose to reflects social status. Modern society apreciate social status as an important thing, this why consumption often cause financial difficulties. Financial difficulties not only affect person prosperity, but also can become social problem if it lead to criminality. Financial management is solution for consumption problem. Financial management can be teach at early age to children. This research will discuss the implementation of financial management material in Ngadiluhur I Balen, Bojonegoro Primary School. The research use descriptive qualitative approach and gain information from parents and school academics (teacher, principals, students). Information obtained through in-depth interview. The results show that financial management learning is very important for give student skill to manage money efficiently in the future. Financial management better implemented in elementary school because can provide knowledge and habits. This knowledge and habituation will provide understanding about the benefits of money saving and spending.

Topic: Economic and finance in education

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=143


8.

DOES CONTACT DETERMINE RETURN TO EDUCATION?
Siti Parhah Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia Armida S. Alisjahbana Universitas Padjadjaran Mohamad Fahmi Universitas Padjadjaran Rd. Muhamad Purnagunawan Universitas Padjadjaran

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

ABSTRACT
Research on estimating return to education varies widely. This is predicted because of the existence unobserved variables in the calculations. This research tries to include social network variable as an effort to minimize bias that arise. Using IFLS 2014 data, it was known that the presence of contacts influences the variability of estimated return to education. These results prove that the labor market outcome is not solely influenced by ability, but also by the network. The results also shown that there is a difference of return to education between gender and education level.

Topic: Economic and finance in education

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=155


9.

Assessing The Impact of Higher Educations to Indonesian Economy
Falianty, Telisa

Faculty of Economics and Business
Universitas Indonesia


Abstract

According to World Bank Report (2012), higher education can lift productivity and competitiveness in developing countries by providing the high level skills demanded by the labor market—including technical, behavioral and thinking skills and Launching research needed for innovation and growth. According to their research, access to higher education has increased dramatically in the past two to three decades, but countries need to develop the right type of skills and research to be more competitive. They found that the increase of 2.5 percentage points in worker share with more than 12 years of schooling will be associated with innovative firm. The countries with higher education graduates tend to have better innovation outcomes. Higher education also expected to lead innovation. Schumpeter (1934) was among the pioneer economists to discuss the role of innovation in economic development. Innovation appears to be essential for firms which intend to develop and maintain a competitive advantage or to development new market. Higher educations are also important in building human capital. This research will assess the impact of higher education to Indonesian economy. Since the budget allocation of Indonesian State Budget dedicated for education sector at minimum 20%, the education spending especially in higher education sector should help to increase nation’s productivity and competitiveness. We will employed, descriptive analysis, regression analysis, and qualitative information as additional enrichment. Current globalization trend also influenced the higher education Indonesia to increase their contribution and competitiveness especially in research and publications area. Research is very important for innovation, and innovation is important for economic growth and competitiveness.

Topic: Economic and finance in education

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=181


10.

The Influence of Entrepreneurial Knowledge, Management, And Self Efficacy on Student Entrepreneurship Interest of Economics Education Study Program of Teaching Faculty of Jambi University
Suratno, Farida Kohar, Feriansyah Perdana Putra

Master of Economics Education, Postgraduate Program, Jln. Raden Mattaher No. 16, Kota Jambi, 36129, Indonesia
*mpe[at]unja.ac.id


Abstract

Abstract

This study aims to determine the effect of knowledge on entrepreneurship, financial management, and self efficacy against entrepreneurial interests. This research was conducted with population and student respondents of economics education program that has followed entrepreneurship courses and introductory management courses as many as 27 people conducted in the first semester of academic year 2016/2017. Data were collected using a questionnaire with an Alpha level of reliability of 0.94. Data were analyzed statistically using path analysis technique. The results showed that simultaneously all three variables significantly influence the interest of entrepreneurship of 0.275 with rejection rate α 0.05.

Topic: Economic and finance in education

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=220


11.

Role of Government Support and Incubator Organization to Success Behavior Woman Entrepreneur Moderated by Business Motivation Study: Woman Entrepreneur (Ikatan Wanita Pengusaha Indonesia/IWAPI)
Achsania Hendratmi, Puji Sucia Sukmaningrum, A. Syifaul Qulub

Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Airlangga


Abstract

Increasing number of Woman in business sectors, based on data conducted by Asia Foundation showed that approximately about 23% participation of woman entrepreneur. Development of the Woman entrepreneur will obtain potential generator drive into Woman empowerment and social transformation. Success behavior of woman entrepreneur are often indicate personal ability (ability to work hard and have perseverance), able to manage business management and strong financial access. Therefore there are factors that are considered in increase success behavior of woman entrepreneur: government support and incubator organization. Role of government deal with policy initiatives, strengthen through various programs and incentives, such as providing infrastructure and provide access to finance for woman entrepreneur. Incubator organization as organization or community where entrepreneurs learn to manage their business, develop their potential and build network. Community based business help woman entrepreneur boost their potential and build bounding with other woman entrepreneur. Government supports and business incubator moderated by business motivation in order to reach success behavior.
Therefore, in order to develop the potential of Woman entrepreneur, displayed by the increase in the number of Woman entrepreneurs and economic potential that can awaken the strength of SMEs under the pressure of economic conditions, the success of the various fields of business managed by Woman entrepreneurs to be very important, especially in Indonesia.
The purpose of this research is to analysis role of government support and incubator organization to success behavior woman entrepreneur. The research objective to obtain empirical evidence about the role of government support, incubator organizational support, behavior of a IWAPI an association woman entrepreneur Indonesia Woman entrepreneur with motivation moderation. Methodology of this research are using path analysis to analyze the role of government support and the support of the incubator organization for behavior of success moderated by motivation to 150 woman entrepreneur of IWAPI.
In the context of this research, there are two factors that are considered to be decisive awakening strong motivation to woman entrepreneur, there are government support and incubator organization. Role of government dealing with policy initiatives, strengthen through various programs and incentives, such as providing infrastructure and provide access to finance. Incubator organization which is an organization or community where entrepreneurs shelter, learn to manage their business and developing their potential. Incubator organizations often manifest in the form of an organization, association or community where Woman entrepreneurs to join.

Topic: Economics of innovation and entrepreneurship

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=269


12.

Prospect of Establishing a Micro Industry of Ginger Coffee Production: Case Study of Coffee Processing Unit in Wewewa Tengah – Sumba Barat Daya
Fithria Novianti, Febtri Wijayanti, Carolina, Mirwan A Karim, Arie Sudaryanto

Center of Appropriate Techology Development - Indonesian Institute of Sciences


Abstract

Low value add gained by farmers of Sumba Barat Daya as they sell coffee as beans rather than processed product. We conducted a research to explore opportunity to develop microenterprise based on ready to consume processed coffee production. A case study was implemented through direct observation to activities of a micro industry producing ginger coffee in Wewewa Tengah SubDistrict of Sumba Barat Daya East Nusa Tenggara Province. In-depth interview was used for data collection in order to gain quantitative depiction of the business. Financial analysis reveals a positive Net Present Value of Rp197.170.90,- and Internal Rate of Return of 9,6 % assuming that the interest rate of Kredit Usaha Rakyat ia 9,0%. It also shows 5,48 Probability Index which indicate the prospect of developing the business sustainable in micro scale providing that 1) they acquire continuous assistance of technology as well as business management 2) the business is managed based on socio-business system accommodating sosio-economic condition of the locals 3) the business is managed as a community owned cooperative in which fair share system is applied. To conclude, this could be a feasible business system to achieve prosperity.

Topic: Economics of innovation and entrepreneurship

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=270


13.

LINKING BETWEEN INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL AND SME PERFORMANCE : MEDIATING ROLE OF ENTREPRENEURIAL ORIENTATION
NUR ATIQAH ZAKIYYAH RAMLEE, HATINAH ABU BAKAR

UiTM KELANTAN


Abstract

This study attempt to investigate the relationship between intellectual capital and women owned SME performance and to determine the mediating effect of entrepreneurial orientation on the relationship between women’s intellectual capital and SME performance. It proposed a quantitative research method by collecting data using survey questionnaires from 100 women owned SMEs in Kelantan who are the owner or manager of the firms. The data obtained will be analysed using SPSS 18 and Smart PLS 2.0 to generate descriptive analysis and hypothesized research model. The result of this research will be beneficial to several bodies such as the SMEs, business owners, the Malaysian government, as well as all the agencies involved in Malaysia’s policy making process.

Topic: Economics of innovation and entrepreneurship

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=271


14.

Management Model of Industrial Work Practice at Vocational High School Based on Entrepreneurship
Joko Widodo, Samsudi, Sunyoto

Universitas Negeri Semarang


Abstract

The purpose of this research was to develop a management model of industrial work practice at vocational high school based entrepreneurship. This research was planned during three years and used Research and Development (R & D) approach. This article contains the results of a preliminary study carried out in the first year. Subjects were two kinds vocational high school study program mechanic engineering (public and private school) in Central Java, Indonesia. Data were collected through interviews, questionnaires, observation, and documentation. Analysis of data use qualitative and quantitative approaches. Result of preliminary studies show that the implementation of the industrial work practice at vocational high school which was carrying out until now more oriented toward preparing graduates to become employees of the industry and not to prepare graduates become entrepreneur. Therefore this research need to continue to develop a management model of industrial work practice at vocational high school based entrepreneurship.

Topic: Economics of innovation and entrepreneurship

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=278


15.

Entrepreneurial Orientation Model: Based on Relational Social Capital and Local Wisdom Value
Muhammad Sabandi; Atika J. Hatta

Universitas Sebelas Maret; Sekolah TInggi Ilmu Ekonomi YKPN


Abstract

This study aims to find a relationship model of relational social capital and values of local wisdom in society towards entrepreneurial orientation. The research was conducted on creative economy entrepreneurs in Yogyakarta. The research instrument is adapted and developed from previous research. Using 240 respondent from purposive random sampling for sample method and Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) for analysis, the result shows that social capital originating from personal relationship in creative economy entrepreneur is very strong with ability to manage risk (risk-taking) and proactiveness. Trust, sense of belonging, mutual cooperation, and growing concern among entrepreneurs are related to risk-taking and proactiveness.

Topic: Economics of innovation and entrepreneurship

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=283


16.

Succession of Family / Business Business Small Business Succession
Tuhardjo

Universitas Negeri Malang


Abstract

A familly or small business as one in which both ownership and policy making are dominated by members of an “emotional kinship group”. This characteristic results in a number of operational differences between family/small business and other firms. Chief among these differences is the manner in which family/small businesses handle succession from one generation to the next. To become successful, one of task for leader is plan for” business successsion” to the next generation.

Topic: Economics of innovation and entrepreneurship

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=296


17.

THE BENEFITS OF IMPLEMENTING ENVIRONMENTAL INITIATIVES: EXPERIENCES FROM MALAYSIAN SMEs
Nik Zam Nik-Wan, Hatinah Abu Bakar

Universiti Teknologi MARA Kelantan


Abstract

To address the lack of information on the practices of environmental improvements tailored to SMEs’ needs particularly in Malaysia; this study shall first explore the availability of environmental friendly activities practices by SMEs in Malaysia. Then the study will proceed further to investigate what the SMEs have benefited, if any, from practicing environmental friendly activities. This study is exploratory in nature applying qualitative approach where fourteen (14) Malaysian SMEs were interviewed to identify the environmental initiatives practiced by them and the benefits they experienced from such practices. These SMEs managed to engage in some environmental initiatives that had improved their environmental performances. Most of the SMEs are ISO 14001 certified companies which put in place proper environmental management system (EMS). However, those without the ISO 14001 certification managed to also practice simple environmental initiatives yet beneficial to their businesses as well. Findings of this research could attract other SMEs to also involve in environmental friendly practices and equally benefited from such practices.

Topic: Economics of innovation and entrepreneurship

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=301


18.

THE ANALYSIS OF WOMEN ROLE’S IN THE SMALL INDUSTRY TO FAMILY ECONOMIC STABILITY IN SUNGAI SELAN VILLAGE, CENTRAL BANGKA OF BANGKA BELITUNG
Wenni Anggita

University of Bangka Belitung


Abstract

This research combines a quantitative and qualitative approach so that in this research the analytical approach uses descriptive mix method. It is intended that this research can touch on things that are not likely to be found by statistical analysis. This research combines sociology and economic science in general, it can be seen from the issues raised in this study that examines women role’s in the small industry that will be combined with the matching family economy. The results of this study showed that the role of women in the small industry is very impact on the family economic stability. In addition, the benefits perceived by the small industry is improving the economy in Sungai Selan Village. The full support of the government also helps in this process of empowering women toward economically independent women who will improve the family economic stability.

Topic: Economics of innovation and entrepreneurship

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=302


19.

An Action Research- Entrepreneurship Literacy for Educational Technology Students
Riche Cynthia Johan, R Nadia Hanoum, Dadi Mulyadi, Muthia Alinawati

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

Entrepreneurship education has become an important issue in higher education nowadays because it is part of the process in shaping students’ entrepreneurial characters in order to respond to global challenges in building a nation by creating their own jobs or becoming young entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurship course is taken by students of all study programs at Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia. Making students to be literate in entrepreneurship is more important as a form of learning outcome implementation so that students can start their own business. In the context of educational technology, the literacy is directed towards developing the competency of entrepreneurial character development in the field of educational technology. This study used action research because it focuses on the improvement of the entrepreneurship course in order to conduct a more effective course for students of educational technology department. The action research was conducted in two cycles which involve planning, action, observation, and reflection. The research results are the followings: 1) Map of business idea in the field of educational technology; 2) Business plan; 3) Business products in the field of educational technology.

Topic: Economics of innovation and entrepreneurship

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=305


20.

ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION : A BASIC LIFE SKILLS MODEL
Udin Supriadi, Saepul Anwar, Toto Suryana

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

Many factors lead to the growth of a country. One is the presence of entrepreneurs. At least, a developed country has 2% entrepreneurs compare to total population of the country. In recent years, the Indonesian government through its related ministries initiated the National Movement of Entrepreneurship related to the lack of number of entrepreneurs in Indonesia. Therefore, the government promotes entrepreneurship education in educational institutions, especially universities. This paper, describes one of the entrepreneurship education model in the form of entrepreneurship lectures in college-based basic life skills.

Topic: Economics of innovation and entrepreneurship

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=306


21.

DEVELOPING STUDENT ENTREPRENEURSHIP THROUGH PARTNERSHIP WITH COMMUNITY LEARNING CENTER (CLC)
Viena R Hasanah, Yanti Shantini, Iip Saripah

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

Building self-reliance and entrepreneurial spirit is a matter that needs to be developed on campus. Various potentials that can be built are through partnerships with the community. CLC (Community learning Center) Rumpin Al Barokah has a local product development program and has difficulty in marketing. Students also have a need to build economic independence. This research intends to develop a partnership design between campus and CLC in the community to develop the existing entrepreneurial potential.
The writing aims to find out the strategies and student involvement in entrepreneurship programs in the PLS laboratory, forms of partnerships built with CLC and programs developed in the student entrepreneurship program to be developed.
The results of this study will produce recommendations in the form of program design in building entrepreneurship of students through partnership with CLC built lab PLS UPI.

Topic: Economics of innovation and entrepreneurship

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=308


22.

THE INFLUENCE OF STUDENTS ACTIVITIES IN LEARNING ENTREPRENEURSHIP TOWARD THEIR ENTREPRENEURSHIP CHARACTERS AT STUDY PROGRAM OF ECONOMIC EDUCATION OF TEACHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION FACULTY OF UIN SUSKA RIAU
HENDRA RIOFITA

UIN SUSKA RIAU


Abstract

The objective of research was to know the influence of students activities in learning entrepreneurship toward their entrepreneurship character. Population of research were 771 students or all students of Study Program of Economic Education of Teacher Training and Education Faculty of UIN Suska Riau at Academic Year 2015/2016, and the samples were 71 students of semester VI taken by using stratified and purposive random sampling. Data were collected by using questionnaire, observation and documentation. Hypothesis was tested by using simple linear regression. The result showed that students activities in learning entrepreneurship influenced entrepreneurship characters

Topic: Economics of innovation and entrepreneurship

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=58


23.

The Role of Economic Opportunity and Entrepreneurial Education on Entrepreneurial Intention of Vocational School Students: A Gender Perspective
Usep Suhud, Dita Puruwita, Anwar Hadi

Universitas Negeri Jakarta


Abstract

This study aims to measure the impact of economic opportunity, family support, entrepreneurial education, and innovativeness on entrepreneurial intention of vocational school students in two cities, Jakarta and Garut, a district in West Java Province, Indonesia. In many studies, entrepreneurial education is one of the important keys affecting entrepreneurial intention. Besides, entrepreneurial education has been injected into the vocational school curriculum in since 2013. This study also looks at the different results between male and female participants. Data was collected in several vocational schools in Jakarta and Garut. In total 421 participants involved consisting of 210 from Jakarta and 211 from Garut. Data was analysed using exploratory and confirmatory factor analyses, as well as structural equation model and group analysis. In total, there were five models to be tested. Entrepreneurial intention was significantly affected by economic opportunity of all participants, by economic opportunity and entrepreneurial education of male participants, and by economic opportunity of female participants. Implications for future study and practitioners are discussed.

Topic: Economics of innovation and entrepreneurship

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=63


24.

Micro and Small Enterprises (MSEs): What are the Best Indicators of Their Performance?
Henny Indrawati

Economics Education Studies Program, Faculty of Teachers Training and Education, Universitas Riau,
Jalan HR. Subrantas Km. 12,5 Simpang Baru Tampan Pekanbaru Riau Indonesia
Email: pku_henny[at]yahoo.com


Abstract

MSE is one of the sectors that contribute to economic development, especially in the creation of employment and value added. One of the developing MSEs in Riau Province is MSEs of crispy mushroom. The MSEs’ performance is influenced by a number of variables. This study aims to analyze the variables that affect the MSEs’ performance. The subjects of this research were MSEs of crispy mushroom in Indragiri Hulu, Pelalawan, and Siak, Riau, Indonesia. The data were collected by interviews based on the questionnaire, and then analyzed using multiple linear regression analysis. The study found: 1) Capital access, business plans, business networks, and government support have significant and positive impacts on MSEs’ performance; and 2) business networking has the most significant impact on MSEs’ performance. To improve their performance, MSEs have to expand their business networking, so that the existence of the business can be maintained, and even grow better.

Topic: Economics of innovation and entrepreneurship

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=88


25.

Educating People to Improve the Quality of Rubber in Karang Intan, Banjar Regency, South Kalimantan
Rizali Hadi

Fakultas Keguruan dan Ilmu Pendidikan
Universitas Lambung Mangkurat
Banjarmasin
Indonesia


Abstract

ABSTRACT

Banjar Regency is wellknown as the City of Diamond, however, besides diamond, Banjar Regency is also wellknown as the producer of rubber from people’s plantation; 89.9% of the area of the rubber plantation in South Kalimantan is owned by common people there (BKPMD Kalsel, 2015). The Subdistrict of Karang Intan comprises of 26 villages having a lot of rubber plantation which have been there since the era of Dutch colonialism in Indonesia. Since then, rubber has been the main support of the economy of people there. Latex which has been insicioned then coagulated using acetic acid or formic acid to become lump (BOKAR = Bahan Olahan Karet Rakyat). The lump collectors buy it from the rubber tappers and sold it to the factory of rubber processors in Banjarmasin to become SIR 10 and SIR 20 to be exported. The price is based on KKK (Kadar Karet Kering or Dried Rubber Standard) the price of wet rubber is around Rp. 2,500.00 to Rp. 6,500.00. The price of dried rubber is around Rp. 10,000.00 to Rp. 13,000.00. The price of rubber from other places like Pleihari, Danau Salak, and Hulu Sungai is bought in higher price by the factory. Rubber from Karang Intan is cheaper because it has low quality. The image of the low quality of rubber from Karang Intan is difficult to be omitted. In the research, it is revealed that there are rubber tappers who use agricultural fertilizer (pupuk SP = pupuk pertanian) as the coagulation. By using the agricultural fertilizer, the proces of coagulation is faster, the lump is big and heavy, but it has many pores and contains water and that’s why the quality is low. It needs education to make rubber farmer in Karang Intan realize of the importance of quality to increase the price. The price of better rubber will give more economic benefit. Department of Industry and Trade (Disperindag) Banjar Regency, through the rubber collectors has made efforts to prepare acetic acid or formic to coagulate rubber, however, it needs controll and continuous campaign to increase the rubber quality image of Karang Intan through the staffs of Tenaga Penyuluh Petugas Lapangan (TPPL)

Topic: Economics of innovation and entrepreneurship

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=97


26.

THE CONTRIBUTION OF LEARNING ENTREPRENEURSHIP ON THE ESTABLISHMENT OF ATTITUDE ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Riza Yonisa Kurniawan (a*), Novi Trisnawati (a), Yoyok Soesatyo(a)

a) Department of Economic Education, Faculty of Economics, Universitas Negeri Surabaya
Jl. Ketintang Surabaya, Surabaya 60231, Indonesia
*) rizakurniawan[at]unesa.ac.id


Abstract

ABSTRACT: Learning entrepreneurial of education economy was intended to produce a candidate young entrepreneurial which after they pass having provisions and mental as entrepreneurs and not mental employees. Research aims to identify the establishment of the attitudes and entrepreneurship awareness of students after getting learning entrepreneurship. The influence of learning entrepreneurship measured by the follow in the classroom, mastery entrepreneurship, the climate/learning, interest on entrepreneurship students, and attitude student achievement. This research used a quantitative approach to the number of samples from 80 students, the data analysis technique used is descriptive analysis is by analysing the study data percentage. The result showed that a significant contribution of teaching us entrepreneurship on establishing an entrepreneur-ship. This means the higher the level mastery learning and improving the quality of learning entrepreneurship, bigger implication a change in attitude entrepreneurship

Topic: Economics of innovation and entrepreneurship

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=101


27.

LOCAL WISDOM VALUES IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF MICRO BUSINESS BASED CREATIVE ECONOMY
Arie Indra Gunawan, S.Pd., M.M

Universitas Swadaya Gunung Jati Cirebon


Abstract

Cirebon is very potential economic markets, these region has a lot of micro-businesses that have a special character because it appears as a result of the demographic and strategic position, this area is located on the north coast of Java, connecting Jakarta, Semarang, Surabaya. Cirebon is full of cultural values as seen from the personality and the daily life of its people. In Cirebon economic activity, Specially in micro business there have many obstacles in their business. Required way to survive in increasingly competitive situation. The alternatives is developing micro business by doing the concept of the creative economy. Creative economy based on the development of human resources as economic actors who have the creativity and imagination so that it can add economic value of a product. Based on the results of a study of small businesses in Cirebon area, it is known that the values of local wisdom appears as a supplement-based micro-business activities of the creative economy. The values of local wisdom in economic collaborate on creativity, skill, imagination and creative talent in order to provide reinforcement to the micro business products. With the values of local wisdom on economic creative, micro businesses become more productive, innovative, and high selling power.

Topic: Economics of innovation and entrepreneurship

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=103


28.

THE EFFECT OF ENTREPRENEURIAL PRACTICE, FAMILY ENVIRONMENT AND ENTREPRENEURIAL ATTITUDE TOWARDS THE STUDENTS’ ENTREPRENEURIAL INTEREST OF ECONOMIC EDUCATION PROGRAM AT PGRI STKIP TULUNGAGUNG
Sulastri Rini Rindrayani

STKIP PGRI Tulungagung


Abstract

This research aims to know whether there is any effect of entrepreneurial practice, family environment, and entrepreneurial attitude towards the students’ entrepreneurial interest of Economics Education Program at STKIP PGRI Tulungagung. The result showed that (1) There was a significant positive effect of entrepreneurial practice toward the students’ entrepreneurial interest of Economic Education Program (48.2%), (2) There was a significant positive influence of family environment on students’ entrepreneurial interest of Economic Education Program (17.4%), (3) There was a significant positive effect of the entrepreneurial attitude towards the students’ entrepreneurial interest of Economic Education Program (3.13%), and (4) simultaneously there was a significant influence among the entrepreneurial practice, family environment, and entrepreneurial attitude towards the students’ entrepreneurial interest of Economic Education Program at PGRI STKIP Tulungagung (78.2%), while 21.8% was influenced by other factors.

Topic: Economics of innovation and entrepreneurship

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=110


29.

APPRENTICESHIP or OWNERSHIP?
Finisica Dwijayati Patrikha

Universitas Negeri Surabaya


Abstract

Entrepreneurship education is one of the important things in Commerce and Business education. The question is how it takes? Entrepreneurship is not given in the class but earn, some researcher said it is inherited. The aim of this article are to provide the entrepreneurship education options which give more benefit and bring out the entrepreneur attitudes student should have, and measure the student’s entrepreneur knowledge. Qualitative method is used to describe the entrepreneurship education students perceived. Questioned respondents are 30 persons who already take the apprenticeship course and had submitted their business proposal as a final task in Strategic Management class. The result shows that apprenticeship is the most appropriate method that students need to experience; it shows that students perceive more knowledge by experiencing the real business life.

Topic: Economics of innovation and entrepreneurship

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=112


30.

ENTREPRENEURSHIP MODEL FOR TEACHER CASE BASED LEARNING PRACTICE IN IMPROVING PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCY
ANI SETIANI

PROGRAM STUDI PENDIDIKAN EKONOMI FKIP UNIVERSITAS PASUNDAN


Abstract

Teacher professionalism is one of the teacher competencies that must be owned by prospective teachers. The number of problems in the world of education is inseparable from teachers who have to make learning challenging for learners, and able to teach students how to learn to recognize problems and solve problems so that students can survive and color their lives. LPTK is the institution responsible for the establishment of teacher basics, curriculum or a set of lecturers teaching in lectures that require to improve teacher training and include it in lectures on the mental and mental understanding of entrepreneurship that must be owned for every prospective teacher. To solve this problem, the researcher proposed a solution of entrepreneurship model based on the practice of learning in improving the professional competence of prospective teachers in LPTK. Providing training in teaching practice for lecturers and students at LPTK, in the hope that lecturers are able to include understanding of soul and metal entrepreneurship in every learning, so that teacher students have soul and mental entrepreneurship in process of professional development through learning practice. The research was conducted through research with the design of research and development of education (Educational Research and Development). Broadly speaking, research will take place within a period of three years. Based on the results of research in the first year that is the identification of attitudes, interests, motivation and skills of lecturers and students to the model of entrepreneurship berbanas learning practices. The results of research in the first year is to identify the attitude of entrepreneurship to the students of the Faculty of Teacher Training and Education Pasundan University which consists of 24 items statement. Based on the exposure of respondents answers about the attitude of entrepreneurship in the students of Faculty of Teacher Training and Education Pasundan University obtained an average respondents answer of 2.61 with good enough. For Mental and self-motivated and creative mind statements can occur in teacher students through activities such as workshops and training of learning tools not yet optimal, with a score of 1.53. This needs sustainability for the training of learning tools based on the entrepreneurship model to improve the professional competence of teachers.

Topic: Economics of innovation and entrepreneurship

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=139


31.

Entrepreneurial Stress: Seen from The Responsibility Factor, Entrepreneurship Knowledge, and Family Support
Monry Fraick Nicky Gillian Ratumbuysang

Lambung Mangkurat University
Faculty of Teacher Training and Education
Jl. Brigjend. H. Hasan Basri, Banjarmasin, South Kalimantan


Abstract

The low level of entrepreneurship in Indonesia is caused by the existence of entrepreneurship is still being underestimated. Most people think that being an entrepreneur is the last way to avoid being unemployment because they couldn’t find any suitable jobs in a company. It means that there is a perforce to be an entrepreneur. This situation may hampered their progress to increase their business according to their own expertises. Beside that, there are another assumptions that make people is still underestimating the excistence of entrepreneurship. First, the assumption that entrepreneurship requires a very large capital which means only the rich people who have a stable economy condition can be an entrepreneur. The next assumption is a high level of stress in running a business make some people won’t to involve in the entrepreneurship’s world. A huge responsibility to theirself and employee, unavailable family support for their business, not having enough knowledge of entrepreneurship, and inability to manage risk. These assumptions make the existence of entrepreneurs become something difficult and unreachable for most Indonesian people.
This research draws upon the assumptions which makes Indonesia has the low level of entrepreurship. The method used in this research is an in-depht interview which is use young entrepreneur who just start doing a business as an sample. The result of this research indicate that there is a high level of stress caused by huge responsibility factor, unavailable family support, not having enough knowledge in entrepreneurship, and inability to manage business risk. According to this research, young entrepreneurs should delegated some authority to their subordinates (chains of command), learn through books or through the entrepreneurial seminars, and spend more time with their families in order to have both moral and material support.

Topic: Economics of innovation and entrepreneurship

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=146


32.

Syariahpreneur: The New Paradigm of Islamic-Based Entrepreneurship
Juliana, A. Jajang W. Mahri, Firmansyah, Neni Sri Wulandari

Prodi Ilmu Ekonomi dan Keuangan Islam FPEB UPI


Abstract

Syariahpreneur: The New Paradigm of Islamic-Based Entrepreneurship

Abstract
One of the important problems facing Indonesia is the low ratio of employers. This research attempts to construct the concept of entrepreneurship in Islamic perspective to overcome the problems of increasing aspect of entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship that uses Islamic values by writers is called shariahpreneur. Shariahpreneur is meant as an activity in order to seek Gods gifts by devoting all the capabilities possessed in hopes of obtaining his blessings in the form of profit both material and non-material. Shariahpreneur is different from the conventional (capitalist) Entrepreneurship.

The method used in this study is qualitative with literary review approach taken from several sources, both books and related scientific journals. This method is used to elaborate the model of shariahpreneur.

This research agrees with Maloko (2012) to declare that a Muslim entrepreneur should make his religion as a guidance in working so that he is freed from desire to justifiy any means. In line with Zulkifli et al. (2013) in Malaysia, which says Islam encourages its followers to become entrepreneurs as outlined by Allah in the Quran and Sunnah. Furthermore, Gumusay (2014), which states every type of Islamic entrepreneurship should be based on aqidah, sharia and morals.

This study disagrees with Baumol (1990), and Dew and Sarasvathy (2007). In general they say entrepreneurship tends to engender negative impacts. These studies show that entrepreneurship can be detrimental to socially. Moreover, they show that the opportunistic soul in entrepreneurship is rente can encourage corrupt behavior as well as exploitative behavior.

Topic: Economics of innovation and entrepreneurship

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=148


33.

ENTREPRENEURIAL INTENTIONS AMONG STUDENT AND INFLUENTIAL FACTORS: RESEARCH FINDINGS ACROSS UNIVERSITIES IN THE WORLD
Wahidmurni

Fakultas Ilmu Tarbiyah dan Keguruan
Universitas Islam Negeri Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang
Jalan Gajayana No. 50, Malang 65144, Indonesia
wahidmurni[at]pips.uin-malang.ac.id


Abstract

This research is mainly aimed at comparing a lot of factors that influence entrepreneurial intentions of students in twenty countries by doing the content analysis of designation. It is conducted by illustrating the frequency of frequent variables that influence the entrepreneurship intention of student, objectively referred to the previous research. The results exemplify that the most frequent variable as predictor to determine the entrepreneurship intention is personality factors centering on the need for achievement and self-efficacy; environmental factors including accesses of capital, information, social networks, entrepreneurship milieu, and policy supporting the entrepreneurship. In addition, entrepreneurship education and demographic factors encompassing age, gender, education, working experience and entrepreneurship competences involve in the research predictor. Based on the analysis, self-efficacy and environmental factor have been significantly appropriate predictor for the entrepreneurial intentions, while demographic factors reveal inconsistent result to detect the entrepreneurial intentions. Then, entrepreneurship education positively motivates the intention of entrepreneurship education.

Topic: Economics of innovation and entrepreneurship

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=150


34.

DEVELOPING THE SPIRIT OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN THE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT
Hutari Putri Widuri

Postgraduate Universitas Negeri Surabaya


Abstract

The issue of graduate employability has been a point of discussion for many years. The high unemployment because of company to be more selective choose their workers. Lately the company is looking for workers who have a high level of education and life skills, these capabilities should have been developed by every individual, especially teenagers in high school where they begin to determine the career in the future. Through entrepreneurship education they will be educated become individuals who have their ability and also develop entrepreneurship spirit and become a tough person and can create their own business.

Topic: Economics of innovation and entrepreneurship

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=156


35.

THE IMPACT OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION TO ENTREPRENEURIAL INTENTION AND MOTIVATION ON STATE UNIVERSITY OF SURABAYA ECONOMIC EDUCATION STUDENTS
Febrina Iqhyanul Imansari

Universitas Negeri Surabaya


Abstract

Increased economic growth of a country can not be separated from the existence of entrepreneurs. The existence of entrepreneurs can increase employment and productivity so that it affects the increasing economic growth. This is an important reason for the birth of entrepreneurs in a country. To increase entrepreneurship required entrepreneurship education early to increase intention and motivation of someone to entrepreneurship, especially among the students. The purpose of this paper is to analyze the influence of entrepreneurship education on the interest and motivation of entrepreneurship of economic education students. The method of this research is associative research using quantitative approach. The sample in this research is University of Surabaya Economic Education Student. Technique of collecting data in this research that is using test to know entrepreneurship education, and questionnaire to know intention and motivation entrepreneurship student of economic education

Topic: Economics of innovation and entrepreneurship

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=169


36.

THE EFFECT OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP COURSES FOR STUDENT INTEREST IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION ACCOUNTING ECONOMIC FACULTY OF STATE UNIVERSITY OF SURABAYA
Yayuk Dwi Prasetya

Postgraduate State University of Surabaya


Abstract

This research is to entreneurship course influence simultaneously and partially on the interest in entrepeneurship student Accounting Education Faculty of Economics State University of Surabaya.
This research is a quantitative research by using method ex-post facto. This research population is a student Faculty of Economics Sate University of Surabaya amount to 1279 students. While the sample amount to 67 students by using purposive sampling technique. Data collected by using test and questionnaires. Data analysis technique used was multiple linear regression with SPSS version 22.0 for windows.
Based on the research results, this shows that entrepeneurship course simultaneously significant effect on the financial behavior student Accounting Education Faculty of Economics State University of Surabaya.

Topic: Economics of innovation and entrepreneurship

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=172


37.

Entrepreneurship Learning: A Starting Point in Al Irsyad Al Islamiyyah Integrated Islamic Primary School in Bandung
Septi Andri Lestari

Al Irsyad Al Islamiyyah Integrated Islamic Primary School in Bandung
Jln. Cikutra No. 205 Bandung


Abstract

Al Irsyad try to grow entrepreneurship learning by making market day and culture exhibition. Theoritically, the research of economic growth had done by Barro (1998) showed that human capital has positive influence toward GDP per capita. It shows that economy and education influence each others, especially to create entrepreneurs as development activators. Unfortunately, Indonesia has less entrepreneurs. This research intended to develop entrepreneurship learning by using descriptive qualitative methods. The data are collected through interview, observation, questionnaire, and documentations. The results shows the significant importance of entrepreneurship values. The combination of cultures from these events make the students are having passion to be an international entrepreneur.

Topic: Economics of innovation and entrepreneurship

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=189


38.

TECHNOLOGICAL FACTOR AND SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING ADOPTION AMONG SMEs IN KELANTAN
Muhammad Faizal Samat, Mohd Nor Hakimin Yusoff, Mohammad Ismail, Norazlan Anual, Mazlina Mamat

Faculty of Business Management, Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) Kelantan, Malaysia
Faculty of Entrepreneurship and Business, Universiti Malaysia Kelantan, Malaysia


Abstract

Social media becomes popular among Internet applications due to increasing numbers of users’ presence online. However, past studied shows the use of social media as marketing tool in SMEs is still in its infancy due to their lack of knowledge and technical skills about technology adoption. This study was conducted to identify the technological factors (compatibility, cost effectiveness and interactivity) that lead to the adoption of social media marketing among SMEs. Theoretical framework of this study derived from Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology (UTAUT) that figure out whether the user will be able to adopt the new technologies. The study carried out in Kelantan using 100 respondents and analysed using SPSS version 22.0. Overall, the study provides supportive evidence on the factors influencing social media marketing adoption and the results will help businesses to formulate better strategy in order to implement the social media marketing.

Topic: Economics of innovation and entrepreneurship

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=191


39.

Technology and Entrepreneurial Orientation: The Influence on the Performance and Innovation Strategies of Leather Jacket Small-Medium Industries
Nizar Alam Hamdani

Universitas Garut


Abstract

One of the main commodities of leather craftsmen in Garut is leather garments and jackets made of rough-tanned calfskin and fine-tanned goatskin. Some people refer to the leather jackets as “Jaket Kulit Garut.” These small-medium industries (SMEs) encounter some issues associated with processing technology, low entrepreneurship, and poor product quality control. If the issues are not very well dealt with, Garut leather craftsmen will be unable to compete with craftsmen from other areas who, to add the irony, actually process the leather originally tanned in Garut.
The purpose of the present study was to describe the correlation between two variables. To this end, an explanatory research design was employed. The unit of analysis in this study was leather jacket SMEs in Garut. The number of samples were 75, chosen through a census technique. The data were analyzed using the partial least-squares (PLS) statistical method.
The findings show that technology and entrepreneurial orientation influence the innovation strategies, but the influence on the business performance was not significant. At the same time, innovation strategies significantly influenced the business performance. To improve the business performance, Garut-based leather jacket SMEs needed to improve the product and process innovation.

Topic: Economics of innovation and entrepreneurship

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=194


40.

THE EFFECT OF WORK ETHOS ON CREATIVE ON STUDENTS OF VOCATIONAL SCHOOL
Kurjono

Accounting Education, Economic and Bussiness Education Faculty UPI


Abstract

This study reports the importance of improving work ethic education to create student creativity in shaping entrepreneurship attitudes. The aim is to examine the effect of education on work ethos on creativity of student, so that identifiable indicators are important. This study uses the theory of the three components of the teaching and learning process. The sample is 345 students of SMK in Bandung city. Data were collected using questionnaire and data processing using linear regression analysis. The result shows that work ethic education has a positive effect on creativity of 15.2% while the remaining 84.8% is influenced by other factors. The findings show that the highest indicator of creativity variables is the creative product. The indicator of the highest educational variable of work ethic is solidarity. Suggested indicator that must be improved that is an indicator of creativity variable that is creative process, while indicator of work ethic education variable is productive

Topic: Economics of innovation and entrepreneurship

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=206


41.

Development of Competence to Foster Critical Thinking Skill of Student in Entrepreunuership Course
Dr. Waspodo Tjipto Subroto

Universitas Negeri Surabaya


Abstract

Development competence of student can be foster critical thinking of student in Entreprenuership Course. The purposes of this study were : (a) developing a competency to foster critical thinking of students, (b) develop learning tools in entrepreunuership course to foster critical thinking of students. The results of this study have been developed : (1) development of competence student to foster crtical thinking in Entreprenuership course , (2) empowering potencial and thinking ability of students through research involving students, consisting of syllabus, and learning plan, (3) a material description, student worksheet, media and learning assessment tools to foster critical thinking of student in Entreprenuership Course.

Topic: Economics of innovation and entrepreneurship

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=208


42.

EXPANDING OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP SPIRIT IN CAPTURING BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES TO WOMEN SOCIETY IN EAST JAVA, INDONESIA
Sri Handayani, Lisa Rokhmani, Yogi Dwi Satrio, Dian Rachmawati

Fakultas Ekonomi, Universitas Negeri Malang, Malang


Abstract

ABSTRACT

Many entrepreneurs will encourage production activities that can open employment opportunities and will reduce unemployment so that can be increasing of income. Entrepreneurship education is needed to foster entrepreneurial spirit. Women have the ability to control household finances. The womens groups in this article are represented by the board and women members of Fostering family welfare (PKK) in Mojokerto City. The method used is descriptive qualitative. The Results are From 40 trainees who opened a new business that is as many as 10 people, while the expansion in the field of business that is as many as 7 people.

Topic: Economics of innovation and entrepreneurship

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=217


43.

ORGANIZING ORGANIC VEGETABLES FARMING IN NARROW LAND: A STUDY OF SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP COMMUNITY IN SEMARANG, INDONESIA
Margunani (a*), Etty Soesilowati (b), Inaya Sari Melati (a)

(a) Department of Economics Education, Faculty of Economics, Universitas Negeri Semarang, Jalan Sekaran Raya Gunungpati Semarang 50229, Indonesia
*margunani[at]mail.unnes.ac.id
(b) Department of Economic Development, Faculty of Economics, Universitas Negeri Semarang, Jalan Sekaran Raya Gunungpati Semarang 50229, Indonesia


Abstract

This study aims to organize a family-based food empowerment; to applicate technology for organic vegetable farming in narrow land; and to raise technical efficiency, price efficiency, and economic efficiency of production factors. The subject of this study is housewife in Gunungpati, Semarang by applying exploratory sequential mixed methods research design. The technology used in this activity was quite unique since the organic vegetables were cultivated by utilizing of plastic packaging waste. The plastic packaging waste used as a pot or a place to grow vegetables. Treatment for disease control and pest vegetables harness the local herbs as an environmentally friendly medicine. The results are that organic vegetables produced by housewife group meet the needs of food consumption of vegetables; vegetables cultivation sustain family food self-sufficiency and lead to semi-commercial needs of surrounding communities; housewife community get pleasure, satisfaction and become more productive in economic matters.

Topic: Economics of innovation and entrepreneurship

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=227


44.

THE REINFORCEMENT OF CRAFT AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION IN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS IN DKI JAKARTA
Sugiono, Trisno Martono, Dewi Kusuma Wardani

Sebelas Maret University, Surakarta, Indonesia.


Abstract

This research aimed to find out the constraints occurring in the implementation of craft and entrepreneurship education. This research employed qualitative research method. The research was taken place in three schools in DKI Jakarta as the beneficiaries of entrepreneurship program grant from the government. Data was collected through interview and observation. The result of research showed the less optimum implementation of craft and entrepreneurship education. The constraints the teacher encountered in the implementation of Craft and Entrepreneurship subject were: teacher having no background of Entrepreneurship Education, No Subject Teacher Discussion (MGMP) group available and no supporting activity for Craft and Entrepreneurship subject. Therefore, this research recommended the reinforcement of entrepreneurship education learning through establishing MGMP team, teacher training, and sustainable integration of entrepreneurship subject and program.

Topic: Economics of innovation and entrepreneurship

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=230


45.

Market Collaboration Strategy to Improve Business Performance of Small Scale Tapioca Producer
Febtri Wijayanti, Fithria Novianti, Mirwan A Karim, Arie Sudaryanto, Carolina

Center for Appropriate Technology Development - Indonesian Institute of Sciences


Abstract

Tapioca starch production is an important economic activity in cassava value chain as it is an income generating activity beneficial for manufacturers and cassava farmers. There are 6 small units in Tanjungsiang area of Subang Districts actively running the business. Producing only 15 ton/month of tapioca, its position in traditional marketing system is vulnerable. The limited capacity caused market stagnation because required quantity of product procurement fixed by middlemen is 2 tons. The problem remains for decades which make tapioca small producers are difficult to grow and reduce its competitiveness. In reference to the phenomenon, this study was conducted to reveal the underlying predicament in order to find appropriate solution. It can be concluded that tapioca producer with the capacity less than 1 ton a day is burdened by high production cost. In order to meet the requirement fixed by middleman who will only take minimum quantity of 2 tons tapioca, the best approach to solve this problem is by establishing a marketing collective action. The scenario shall be to create groups enabling them to sell the product as frequent as once in every 2 days to improve conversion rate. Most effective system would be a group of 5 to 7 tapioca small scale producers, providing they agree upon group’s mission that are beneficial for all members. The tapioca producers group will enable them to also obtain not only market access, but also access to technology, finance and other supporting policy.

Topic: Economics of innovation and entrepreneurship

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=239


46.

THE ENTREPRENEURIAL BEHAVIOR AND PRACTICAL INDUSTRIAL WORK EXPERIENCE AS THE DETERMINANT FACTOR OF ENTREPRENEURIAL INTENTION
Junaidi H. Matsum

Department of Economy Education, Faculty of Education and Teaching,
Tanjungpura University
Pontianak, Indonesia.


Abstract

Generally speaking, competent workers and entrepreneur-ready graduate are the challenges in the education system, especially for Vocational High School. This paper aimed to reveal the entrepreneurial behavior and industrial work practice experience as the determinant factor of entrepreneurial intentions of 2 Vocational High School in Singkawang City. This research employed descriptive method in the form of correlation research study with 44 graduate students as sample of this research. Results revealed that in fact, (1) the entrepreneurial behavior factor is significantly and positively influences the entrepreneurial intention, (2) the factor of industrial work practice experience is significantly and positively influences the entrepreneurial intention, and (3) the entrepreneurial behavior and the experience of industrial work practice are both significantly and positively influence the entrepreneurial intention. Considering the foregoing results, it is demaning for Vocational High School to improve their quality in to create professional competency for employment market.

Topic: Economics of innovation and entrepreneurship

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=245


47.

SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP: LOCAL SOCIETY BUSINESS TOWARDS CHENG-HO MOSQUE EXISTENCE
Sela Rachmawati and Unsiyah Anggraeni

Student of Universitas Negeri Malang and
Teacher of SMAN 1 Bangil, Pasuruan


Abstract

Basically, social entrepreneurship is an individual or organizational activity for the purpose of fostering and implementing appropriate solution toward social problems through entrepreneurship. In the other hand, gaining profit is not the main focus. However, it relies on the impact of social change on prosperity. As an ample case, society empowerment around mosque existence is a role model of social entrepreneurship. This research was held at one of the stellar mosques in Pasuruan. It is Cheng-Ho mosque. Furthermore, this research method is Thiagarajan 4D. Dealing with the analysis and recommendation of the mosque as the role model of social entrepreneurship. In which as the center of Moslem civilization for the purpose of social, educational, economical and religious activities.

Topic: Economics of innovation and entrepreneurship

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=250


48.

THE EFFECT OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION ON THE STUDENTS’ ENTREPRENEURIAL INTENTION VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL SURAKARTA
Widya Hestiningtyas, Sigit Santosa, Susilaningsih

Universitas Sebelas Maret


Abstract

Increasing population and limited employment are adequate to make unemployment a crucial problem for Indonesia. Various efforts have been made by the government, among others with entrepreneurial independent business community. There are various factors that affect ones intention to entrepreneurship, including entrepreneurship education. The aims of this study are to identify the effect of entrepreneurship education on the students entrepreneurial intention vocational high school. This research is quantitative descriptive correlational approach. The study population was students of class X of vocational high school Negeri Surakarta in business and management program, amounting to 944 students. The samples used as many as 311 students drawn using random probability sampling technique. Data collected through a closed questionnaire, data analysis techniques using multiple linear regression analysis aided by SPSS 23. The results concluded that entrepreneurship education with an indicator variable know-what (entrepreneurial knowledge), know-why (and values motives), know-who ( social interaction), know-how (entrepreneurial skills andabilities) to give effect to the intention of entrepreneurship vocational students.

Topic: Economics of innovation and entrepreneurship

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=254


49.

Analysis of Material Requirement Planning Implementation on Company
Chairul Furqon, Mokh. Adib Sultan, Rifqi Jalu Pramudita

Program Studi Manajemen
Fakultas Pendidikan Ekonomi dan Bisnis
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

Material Requirement Planning (MRP) is a method for managing inventory, it is also a dependent demand technique that uses a bill of material, inventory, expected receipts, and a master production schedule determine material requirements. The research aimed to gain an overview of inventory management at the company, comparing with the MRP implementations, and identify the level of efficiency based on inventory cost used. The result shows that the Material Requirement Planning methods improve the efficiency level of the company.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=256


50.

INVESTIGATING RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INFORMATION SYSTEM USAGE AND EMPLOYEE JOB PERFORMANCE AMONG STAFF AT A MALAYSIA LOCAL GOVERNMENT OFFICE
Mimi Zazira Hashim, Dr Hatinah binti Abu Bakar, Norrini Muhammad, Farah Ahlami Mansor, Nur Hezrina binti Estiar

Universiti Teknologi MARA, Cawangan Kelantan


Abstract

Employee performance is part of crucial elements to increase company performance. Thus, this paper investigates the relationship between information system usage and employee job performance among staff at a local government office in Malaysia. Information system usage is measure for two elements; Information quality and System quality. Four elements were used to measure system quality namely integration, correctness, response time and reliability. Information quality was measured in term of accessibility, completeness, timeliness, relevant and accuracy. Meanwhile, four elements for employee job performance were tested namely productivity, efficiency, user creativity and creating new ideas. By using stratified random sampling technique, a survey was conducted among 181 staff through the use of self-administered questionnaires. The data was analyzed by using statistical method Smart PLS. The result indicates that there was a significant relationship between information system usage and employee job performance. Hence, a company need to focus on information and system quality to ensure their survival in a competitive environment.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=257


51.

THE STUDY OF HUMAN RESOURCE ACCOUNTING AND ITS PRO-CONTRA OF ITS OBSTACLE IN IMPLEMENTING
Sita Awalunnisah, H. Akram, Lilik Handajani

Magister of Accounting at Economic and Bussiness Faculty
Mataram University
Email : Sita_awalunnisah[at]yahoo.com


Abstract

The Accounting ia aimed to give accounting information related to decision making. The financial report that related to intangible assets has been long time convey a problem especially related to the human resource. The expression or not the human resources in financial report it should be a problem. The Human Resource itself has become a significant factor in the succesfull of an organization and it become a valuable asset in a corporate. The conventional accounting implement the expenses of human resources as an expense, naturally eventhough according to it is genre the expenses covered formation of human capital. Therefore, it should be capitalized. So that the implement of accounting related to the cost or the value of human resources is increasing as Human Resource Accounting

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=258


52.

Risk Management in Zakat Institution
Dr. Atina Shofawati, S.E.,M.Si

Islamic Economic Department, Faculty of Economic and Business, Universitas Airlangga


Abstract

Non profit institution, like zakat institution is one of instrument of Islamic economy instrument. Zakat is one of pillars of Islam. Zakat also one of source of Islamic public finance in Islam. Islam also can reduce the gap between the poor and the rich people. Recently zakat is categoryzed as one of Islamic social finance which is developed by IRTI-IDB. The role of zakat is very important to increase the welfare of society, so the management of zakat institution is very important to increase the accountability management of zakat. One of zakat management is risk management. This research investigates and describes the process of risk management in zakat institution. This research uses qualitatitive method which use the case study from Yin. This research will give the description about the risk management of zakat to increase the zakat management properly.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=259


53.

The dark side of the cause of the delay in tax deposits (case studies on dompu district government)
afrarudin

magister of accounting
faculty of economics and business mataram university


Abstract

This study aims to examine the phenomenon of delays in central taxes collected in areas such as VAT, PPh 21, PPh 22, and PPh23, which resulted in the shortfall of state revenue from taxes and can not be immediately utilized. This research uses qualitative approach, Narrative (single case study). The object of his research is the expenditure treasurer at the Regional Device Work Unit (SKPD) which has tax balance. The taxation provisions that became the basis of this research are the Regulation of the Minister of Finance of the Republic of Indonesia Number: 242 / PMK.03 / 2014. Sources of data used are semi-structured interviews, observation and documentation studies. The results indicate that in the management of the central tax does not refer to the applicable regulations and the existence of actions that prioritize personal interests resulting in the late state revenue from taxes into the state treasury.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=261


54.

“THE INFLUENCE OF PERSONNEL COMPETENCY AND QUALITY OF MANAGEMENT AND ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEMS TOWARD ASSETS MANAGEMENT DECISION MAKING IN PUBLIC SECTOR INSTITUTION
Trisno Hanapiah Tettet Fitrijanti Evita Puspitasari

ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT – FACULTY OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS –
UNIVERSITAS PADJADJARAN


Abstract

Assets are the main resources for every institution, including the public sector institutions. Therefor, managing assets effectively and efficiently are very important. However, Badan Pemeriksa Keuangan (BPK) findings show that most public institutions have problems in recognizing, reporting, and measuring their assets. The aim of this research is to evaluate some factors that we propose will elevate the assets management decision making in public sector institution. The factors are personnel competency and the quality of management and accounting information systems.

The method used in this study is correlational descriptive with explanatory. We use Directorate General Bina Marga, Ministry of Public Works and Housing as representation of public institution. We use multiple regression analysis for hypothesis testing analysis.

The empirical evidence proved that personnel competency and the quality of management and accounting systems could increase the assets management decision making. We found both factors gave positive and statistically significant influences.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=262


55.

EVALUATING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM ISO 9001:2008 IMPLEMENTATION USING CIPP (CONTEXT-INPUT-PROCESS-PRODUCT) MODEL
Euis Hendrawati, H. Djaali, Muchlis R. Luddin

Post Graduate Program, Universitas Negeri Jakarta


Abstract

The aim of the research is to evaluate the implementation of Quality Management System ISO 9001:2008 in Islamic High School Al-Azhar BSD Tangerang. This school has been implementing the QMS since 2008. For maintaining the quality, the school receives conformity reports of the QMS from an independent auditor annually. Then evaluation of the QMS implementation uses a CIPP model to qualify the reports.
A new method is introduced to transform the narrative based conformity reports into quantitative ones. Having this approach comparison among each report and each CIPP’s component can be performed quickly. Effectiveness as the degree to which something is successful (i.e. Context, Input, Process components) in producing the desired result (i.e. Product component) can then be calculated. The result shows that the implementation effectiveness gradually increases each year.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=265


56.

ENTREPRENEURSHIP LEARNING FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD (A case study of children age 4 – 5 in TK Khalifah Serang)
Lizza Suzanti & Siti Maesaroh

Indonesia University of Education, Serang Regional Campus


Abstract

Introducing entrepreneurial values in an early age is one of the most necessary efforts to build character of future generations. The childs character can be built through what they hear, what they see, and what they feel. Through those senses,there are some needs to design a learning process which is able to shape and build the expected character from children.
Entrepreneurship learning process leads to mental change in children, so that through the entrepreneurship learning process will build strong character of children such as creative, discipline, critical thinking, problem solving ability, communication skills, time management, self-control, etc. In addition, the character which is expected to be shown by children was not suddenly arise, but requires gradually training. It can be started from the children’s daily activities, including clean up the toys after they finished playing and washing their hands before eating. Those activity can enhance discipline and responsibility behavior.
Entrepreneurship learning process in early childhood education context, not only aims to shape the cognition by informing children about definition, benefits, and methods of entrepreneurship activity, but also to integrate entrepreneurial principles through themes in the learning curriculum that used in school.This research analyzed and identified methods that used by teacher to apply entrepreneurship learning concepts in TK Khalifah Serang. Results show that market day learning method is effective to instill the values of entrepreunership in young children.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=266


57.

THE IMPLEMENTATION OF CURRICULUM: A CASE STUDY
Ananda Setiawan (a*), Trisno Martono (a), Gunarhadi (a)

(a) Faculty of teacher training and education, Sebelas Maret University
Jl. Ir. Sutami No.36A, Jebres, Kota Surakarta, Jawa Tengah 57126, Indonesia
*Anandasetiawan.blogku[at]gmail.com


Abstract

The aim of this research is to examine the implementation of eight national education standards at SMA Negeri 2 Surakarta. This research is a qualitative method by using primer and secondary data. The analyzing of data is using triangulation technique. Based on the assessment of indicators, the implementation of eight national education standards resulted the percentage of the success in implementation which is 82.26% including standard content is 91.67%, standard process is 85%, standard of graduate competence is 87.5%, standard of educators and educational personnel is 79.17%, standard of facilities and infrastructure is 91.67%, management standard is 78.47%, financing standard is 79.86%, the standard of assessment in education is 77.08%. The summary of the research is implementation standard as the best standard which has many contents as follows: graduate competence, process and facilities, and infrastructure. Meanwhile, the implementation of the lowest standards is financing, educators and educational personnel, Management and assessment of education.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=272


58.

DEVELOPING MODEL OF SCHOOL ACCOUNTABILITY BASED ON ARCHIVE
Nina Oktarina, Joko Widodo, Hengky Pramusinto, Ismiyati, Indri Murniawaty

Faculty of Economics, Universitas Negeri Semarang


Abstract

The purpose of this study was to develop a model of school accountability based on archives at Senior High Schools in Semarang. The study was designed for two years and this paper is the result of the first year research. This study used Research and Development (R & D) approach. The subjects of this study were all the parties relating to the accountability of schools, namely: students, teachers, employees, society and educational departments. Analysis of data used qualitative approach. The results show that accountability of school performances is not supported by sufficient documents. Beside that, schools have not maintained archives properly and archive management is not consistent with used archival system. Archives are difficult to find quickly and schools even loss the archives. It is suggested that schools should manage archives based on system. Schools provide the facilities of archives management and delegate administrators to have archive management training.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=273


59.

GROWTH AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FROM ISLAMIC PERSPECTIVE
Mahdar Ernita, M.Ed.

Economic Education
UIN Sultan Syarif Kasim Riau


Abstract

Economic growth is an indication of the successful economic development. The difference between the two is that the economic growth is more quantitative, that is an increase in the standard of income and the level of output produced, while the economic development is more qualitative, not only the increase of production, but also the changes in the production structure and the allocation of inputs in various Economic sectors such as in institutions, knowledge, social and technical.
Furthermore, economic development is defined as a process that causes the per-capita income of the population to increase in the long term. From this perspective, an urgent agenda for Indonesia is to rethink seriously the model of economic development that can simultaneously advance all sectors by involving all the people as participants. Most economists believe that the development strategy is the modernization of agriculture by involving the industrial sector as its processing unit, as well as the solution from an Islamic perspective.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=274


60.

FACTORS AFFECTING THE QUALITY OF AUDIT (CASE STUDY AT INSPECTORATE CENTRAL LOMBOK REGENCY)
Baiq Vera Febrina Angri,Ni Ketut Surasni, Lalu Hamdani Husnan

Magister of Accounting of Economics and Bussines University of Mataram


Abstract

This paper aims to examine and obtain empirical evidence about whether due professional care, independence of the auditor and auditee characteristics affect the audit quality at Inspectorate of Central Lombok regency. This paper refers to the results of previous research. This test is explanatory. The quesionnaries were distributed purposively to 45 respondent. The data was tested by analysis tools SmartPLS 3.0. Based on the field test results found that due professional care auditor effect on audit quality, while Independence and the characteristics of the auditee has no effect on audit quality. The test results will be examined further by the number of samples and a wider area and more variable.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=275


61.

Determination Analysis of the Leading Sectors of the Economy of Bandung Raya Area
Yana Rohmana and Suci Aprilliani Utami

UPI Bandung


Abstract

It is important for each region to determine its leading sector which acts as the first mover in which each of its changes has a multiplier effect on the economy as a whole. This study aims to analyze the leading sectors in Bandung Raya area. The analytical tool used in the determination of the leading sector in Bandung Raya area is Klassen Tipology and Location Quotient analysis, using time series data undefined undefined from four regions in Bandung Raya during the period of 2011-2015. The result from the research is known that each region in Bandung Raya area has their own superior sectors. The city of Bandung and Cimahi City are very prominent in the information and communication sector, Bandung undefined regency has the processing industry as the leading sector, and West Bandung Regency has the leading sector in the field of accommodation and drinking. There is one sector that has the same superior in the four regions in Bandung Raya area that is the education services sector. The implication is that each region can develop the leading sector to promote the region and prosper from the people.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=277


62.

THE ANTECEDENTS AND OUTCOME OF INDONESIAN MUSLIM ATTITUDE TOWARDS SHARIA BANKING: A CASE STUDY IN JAKARTA
Vita Briliana

Trisakti School of Management, Jakarta, Indonesia
vita[at]stietrisakti.ac.id


Abstract

Indonesia has the world’s largest Muslim population creates a huge market for sharia banking. The existing literature focuses on halal food products, halal cosmetic products and only a limited number of studies have been about sharia banking. The purpose of this paper is to provide an improved understanding of the influential factors on attitudes toward sharia banking. The model was tested using structural equation modeling. The causal model was validated using SmartPLS 2.0. The results indicated that attitudes towards sharia banking were important antecedents of behavioral intention of sharia banking and mediated the influence of knowledge, religiosity and subjective norm. This study is expected to provide insight into strategies to encourage marketers to adopt sharia banking in the future. This study further contributes by providing a comprehensive framework of the antecedents and outcomes of attitudes towards sharia banking on behavioral intention.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=279


63.

EXTERNAL STAKEHOLDER PERCEPTIONS OF TRANSPARENCY AND ACCOUNTABILITY OF GOODS AND SERVICES PROCUREMENT
M Zainul Hasani (a*), Lilik Handajani (b), M Irwan (b)

a) Magister Of Accounting Economic and Bussines Faculty, Mataram University
Jl Majapahit No.62 Mataram
*zenhasan24[at]gmail.com
b) Mataram University


Abstract

This study aims to determine the perceptions of external stakeholders about transparency and accountability of goods and services procurement to the Village Government. This research is also expected to provide an overview of the efforts to prevent corruption of goods and services procurement. This research was conducted by qualitative descriptive method. Data were obtained through interviews with external stakeholders involved in oversight of goods and services procurement at the North Aikmel Village Government - East Lombok, namely the village consultative agency (BPD). The results of this study showed that according to external stakeholders, goods and services procurement meets the principles of transparency and accountability in goods and services procurement. External stakeholders also consider leadership, external supervision, community involvement in budgeting and implementation, access to information has a major impact in preventing corruption in goods and services procurement of to village governments

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=280


64.

RESPONSIBILITY OF BUREAUCRACY OF THE SCHOOL TO THE EXTERNAL STAKEHOLDERS (STUDY IN SMP NURUL ISLAM NGEMPLAK OF BOYOLALI REGENCY)
Lusiana Tri Wulandari, Sudarmo, Didik G. Suharto

Universitas Sebelas Maret,
Surakarta-Indonesia


Abstract

The objective of this research is to investigate how the responsibility of the bureaucracy of SMP Nurul Islam Ngemplak of Boyolali regency to the external stakeholders. This research used qualitative method. The data of this research were gathered through interview, observation, documentation, and informants. The data were then analyzed by using interactive analysis technique. The results of this research are as follows: that the responsibility of the bureaucracy of SMP Nurul Islam has sufficed in the impartiality and service quality aspects as well as the compatibility of the school activities to the values and norms in the society but the responsiveness to the demand of the students still has not sufficed due to financial limitation. The responsiveness of the bureaucracy to the students’ parents or their custodian has sufficed since every complaint or suggestion is taken into account thoroughly and made as the basis to establish the policies of the school.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=281


65.

Education Level and Health Level to Economic Development in Indramayu Regency
Gallyn Ditya Manggala, Estro Dariatno Sihaloho

Padjadjaran University


Abstract

Education and health are important indicators in supporting the economic development of a region. Areas with a high level of education and health can usually encourage economic development in the area. In contrast, areas with low levels of education and health tend to be left behind compared to other regions. Indramayu is one of the regencies located in West Java Province. The problem of low education in Indramayu is due to the high cost of education and the lack of public awareness of the importance of education for their future.
Central Bureau of Statistics (BPS) Indramayu district said that the HDI area is the lowest in the area III Cirebon with HDI of 64.38 in 2015, while for Majalengka District slightly higher ie 64.75, followed by Cirebon 66.07, Kuningan 67, 19 and Cirebon district with the number of HDI far enough that is 73.34. This will certainly have an impact on economic development in Indramayu District, based on preliminary data from BPS West Java that the growth rate of GRDP in Indramayu district of 2.16%, this is the operation compared to other areas in Cirebon Raya such as District Kuningan, Majalengka, and also Cirebon.
This study uses IFLS data and regression analysis to describe and analyze the phenomenon that occurs. The variables used in this study are the level of education, health, and economic development. This research will examine how the influence of education level and health level to economic development in Indramayu Regency.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=282


66.

CREDIT RISK MANAGEMENT, BANK PROFITABILITY AND NON PERFORMING LOAN
handiani suciati, Mochamad Dzikri

Accounting Department
Padjadjaran University


Abstract

Risk management has an important role for supporting good corporate governance and for any business going concern, moreover under the rapid changes of business complexity and economic condition. Bank, specifically, as a business whose rely heavily on public trust, need to have a reliable risk management. The purpose of this study was to analyze the impact of credit risk management on bank profitability, with non performing loan as an intervening variable in banking industry,
This research use descriptive analysis method, with cross sectional and time series analysis. 20 bank was selected as the sample of this research, based on the purposive sampling method.
We found evidence that credit risk management and non performing loan has a significant impact on bank profitability. Bank management need to have a good credit risk management as it will improve non performing loan, which eventually will improve bank profitability.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=284


67.

INDIVIDUAL CHARACTERISTICS AS A MODERATING VARIABLE IN RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ROLE AMBIGUITY AND JUDGMENT AUDITOR?
Atika Jauharia Hatta; M. Sabandi

Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Ekonomi YKPN; Universitas Sebelas Maret


Abstract

The main objective of this research is to find the relationship between role ambiguity and the judgment made by the auditor. Role ambiguity as defined by Kahn et al. (1964) is a condition of a lack of clarity with regard to employment expectations, the methods used to meet the expectations that have been known, and/or consequences of the performance of a particular role. Rebele and Michaels (1990) illustrate the conditions experienced by the auditors role ambiguity arises when the auditor knows audit schedule to be done, but he was not sure how to complete the audit in a timely manner. This stress condition can result in the accuracy of auditor’sjudgment. Data is collected by the web-based experimental method via the Internet, and used auditors as the subject. Using repeated measure ANOVA the result shows support for role theory proposed by Kahn et al.( 1964) and consistent with Guess et al. (2000). But the study fail to found evidence that tolerance of ambiguity as a moderating variable in the relationship between role ambiguity and judgment by auditor.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=285


68.

FIXED ASSET REVALUATION; IMPACT ON TAXABLE INCOME
Jeremia Pradnya, Handiani Suciati

Accounting Department
Padjadjaran University


Abstract

The economic downturn at the end of 2015, made Indonesian Government issued economic policy regarding fixed asset revaluation, in order to boost economic condition. This policy believe could improve company’s financial performance. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the impact of fixes asset revaluation on the taxable income and the fixed asset disclosure compliance.
This research use descriptive method, with survey approach. Listed companies at Indonesia Stock exchange are used as the subject of this study. We are using purposive sampling method in selecting the sample. This study is using multiple linier regression analysis to analyze the data.
We concluded that the fixed asset revaluation did increase the taxable income. As for fixed asset disclosure compliance, we found that 2 out of 16 disclosure criterions still need to be improved, in order to provide more complete information for the financial statement users.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=286


69.

CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND FIRMS VALUE : FROM THE BOARD DIVERSITY AND BOARD COMPENSATION PERSPECTIVE (Empirical Studies on Listed Companies in The Indonesian Stock Exchanges)
Nadia Khairani, Devianti Yunita Harahap

Accounting Departement, Universitas Padjadjaran


Abstract

Recently, as markets globalize, listed companies in Indonesia must look ahead and find the ways to boost value for their shareholders. This study investigates the impact of board diversity and board compensation as the proxy of corporate governance to firm’s value.
We used 216 companies listed in the IDX that disclosed the relevant information about the member of board of commissioners. We propose board diversity (gender, accounting background education or certification, foreigner and age); and board compensation (percentage of the commissioner’s compensations among the company’s net income before tax); will affect the firm’s value (Tobin’s Q). The study employs regression analysis to investigate the empirical data.
The result proved the board of commissioners’ gender and age did not increase firm’s value, meanwhile other indicators as accounting background education or certification and foreigner did increase the firm’s value. We proved that the board compensation did significantly increase the firm’s value.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=287


70.

THE IMPACT OF REMITTANCES AND SOCIAL ASSISTANCE ON EXPENDITURE PATTERN IN INDONESIA
Astrid A. Noeraini, Armida S. Alisjahbana, R. Muhamad Purnagunawan, Kodrat Wibowo

Padjadjaran University


Abstract

Public and private transfers allow households to earn extra income to loosen their budget constraints. Remittances obtained by households through the migration process are part of the household’s strategies in ensuring income sustainability. While others are relied on the social assistance provided by the government. Both are potential to influence household expenditure patterns in the short and long term. The literature suggests that while both are shown to have positive impact on reducing poverty, with the former seem to have stronger impact than the latter, the two types of transfers are received by different population groups and spent in different manners. Using data from Indonesia Family Life Survey, this paper tries to explore how access to remittances and social assistance may affect household’s welfare and behavior.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=288


71.

THE INFLUENCES OF INDIVIDUAL MODERNITY, SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT, AND ECONOMIC LITERACY ON LIFESTYLE AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS ON STUDENT’S CONSUMPTIVE BEHAVIOR
Dr. Entin Jumantini

Universitas Kuningan


Abstract

The research aims to study, measure, and analiyze the influences of individual modernity, social environment, and economic literacy on lifestyle and their implications on students’consumptive behavior. It adopted quantitative approach with survey method, while data analysis employed the Structural Equation Modelling (SEM). Data were collected with the instrument of questionnaire. The research population consisted of students from 12 Business and Management Vocational High Schools accredited A in Bandung. The number of sample was determined using Taro Yamane equation, employing the technique of proportionate random sampling. Research result show that individual modernity and social environment had positive influences on lifestyle, while economic literacy had no influence on lifestyle. Individual modernity and social environment had influences on students’consumptive behaviors, both directly and indirectly; meanwhile, economic literacy and lifestyle directly influenced students’ consumptive behavior. It is concluded that the levels of students’ consumptive behavior are influenced by individual modernity, social environment, economic literacy, and lifestyle.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=290


72.

THE INFLUENCE OF ATTITUDE ON GREEN CONSUMER BEHAVIOR : MEDIATING ROLE OF INTENTION TOWARD BEHAVIOR
Susanti Kurniawati

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

The purpose of study is to find the relationship of attitude on Green Consumer Behavior and to know if intention toward behavior mediates between attitude and green consumer behavior. The research was conducted base on Theory of Planned Behavior (IcekAzjen : 1991) as Theoretical Approach. The data was collected through cross sectional survey from 825 students of Adiwiyata Senior High School in Bandung, West Java. The research finding confirmed that student’s attitude has significant effect on green consumer behavior and also intention toward behavior support the mediating effect of intention toward behavior on green consumer behavior.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=291


73.

The Effect of Online Shop Ownership and Learning Outcomes of the Craft and Entrepreneurship Subject on the Entrepreneurship Interest of the Students at SMAN 1 Gondang Mojokerto
Darawahyu Maretna Asmarani, Hari Wahyono, Ro’ufah Inayati

Universitas Negeri Malang


Abstract

The increasing of unemployment rate is one of the problems in Indonesia. It can be overcome by attempting entrepreneurship. With the current technological development, it can be done online by establishing an online shop. Supported with the learning outcomes of the Craft and Entrepreneurship subject, the students understanding about entrepreneurship will improve.
This study aims to determine: (1) the effect of online shop ownership on the students entrepreneurship interest, (2) the effect of learning outcomes of the Craft and Entrepreneurship subject on the students entrepreneurship interest, (3) the effect of online shop ownership and learning outcomes of the Craft and Entrepreneurship subject on the entrepreneurship interest of the students at SMAN 1 Gondang Mojokerto. This is a descriptive quantitative research which uses population study using purposive sampling technique with a total 36 students owning online shops. The data was collected using questionnaires and documentation. The data was analyzed using SPSS 16.00 for Windows.
The results of the study indicate that (1) the effect of online shop ownership (X1) on the entrepreneurship interest (Y) generates the significance value t of (0.000), which is smaller than the alpha significance level (0.05), which means that online shop ownership has a significant effect on the entrepreneurship interest. (2) The effect of the learning outcomes of the Craft and Entrepreneurship subject (X2) on the entrepreneurship interest (Y) generates the significance value t of (0.009), which means that the learning outcomes of the Craft and Entrepreneurship subject has a significant effect on the entrepreneurship interest. (3) The effect of online shop ownership and the learning outcomes of the Craft and Entrepreneurship subject on the entrepreneurship interest generates the significance of F in the simultaneous test (Anova) of (0.000), which is smaller than the alpha significance level (0.05), which means that the online shop ownership and the learning outcomes of the Craft and Entrepreneurship subject are jointly affecting the entrepreneurship interest.
The proposed suggestions are (1) the school can be a place for students to attempt entrepreneurship by selling their own products, (2) the students can keep improving their learning outcomes and apply the knowledge gained from the Craft and Entrepreneurship subject into their entrepreneurial activities, (3) as for the next researchers, who are interested in conducting the same study, are expected to do some development, such as by expanding the research subject.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=295


74.

THE ROLE OF ACCOUNT REPRESENTATIVE IN SECURING THE TAX PROCEED
Siti Khaeriyah, Harry Suharman, Evita Puspitasari

Universitas Padjadjaran


Abstract

Tax is important and fundamental factor in organizing and managing every nation. One crucial element in securing the tax proceeds is the account representative (AR). The AR position is the spearheading in giving tax consultancy to the taxpayer. Therefor, we suggest the competency and independency are very essencial in securing the tax proceed. This study aims to find empirical findings about the how the competency and independency of AR can alter tax proceed.

In this investigation, we use KPP Madya Bandung as the case study. The sampel are the ARs work in KPP Madya Bandung. We use interview and questionnaire as data technique collections, and mulitple regression analysis to test the hipotheses.

The empirical outcomes proved that the competency and independency of AR indeed gave influence in securing the tax proceed. We found both factors gave positive and statistically significant influences.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=297


75.

Strengthen SME Performance through Learning Orientation and Strategic Improvisation
Hatinah Abu Bakar, Nik Zam Nik Wan, Mazlina Mamat

Universiti Teknologi MARA


Abstract

SMEs become significant drivers of growth as Malaysia targets to become a developed and knowledge-based country.Unquestionable, SME contribution to gross domestic product, employment and export and has been recognized to contribute significantly to the economic performance in Malaysia. Thus,the purpose of this research is to study the relationship between learning orientation, strategic improvisation and SME performance. Quantitative survey method was used and data were collected from the Owner/managers who were randomly selected from a sampling frame of registered SMEs. A total of 368 usable responses were received. Partial Least Square (PLS) modelling was used to estimate the hypothesized research model.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=298


76.

THE ANALYSIS OF TRANSFORMATION GLOBAL ECONOMY ON FOREIGN ECONOMIC POLICY INDONESIA
Navik Istikomah

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

The global economic crisis has accelerated the shift of world economic power. The transformation of the changing world economic power, requiring Indonesia to become a global player. Indonesia becomes the initiator in building the integration and economic cooperation in the ASEAN region through AFTA (ASEAN Free Trade Area) as well as strategic decisions in the economic field in the formation of ASEAN Economic Community (AEC). Strategies used to accelerate development to benefit from the transformation of changes in world economic power, namely: (i) Strategies to increase the potential of the region through the development of growth centers within the economic corridor; (ii) Strategies to strengthen national connectivity, and (iii) Strategies to improve the capacity of Human Resources and Science and Technology.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=299


77.

CONSUMER ATTITUDES TOWARDS MOBILES ADVERTISING IN MALAYSIAN UNIVERSITY: A CASE ANALYSIS OF PUBLIC UNIVERSITY
Nordelina Zulkarnain, Nur Shaliza Sapiai, Siti Aswani Mohd Ghazali, Khadijah Abdul Rahman , Fadhilah Mohd Ishak, JannatulIza Ahmad Kamal

Universiti Teknologi MARA


Abstract

In the present age, mobile phone has been considered as a vital communication tool and essential component in Malaysian society. Following this further, Malaysian people are also increasingly using more mobile phone rather than fixed line in order to keep in touch with their family, friends, colleagues and business associates. Thus, this study aims to examine the validity of Ducoffe model and Brackett and Carr model and to identify the relationship between factors Irritation (IR), Entertainment (EN), Informativeness (INFO), Credibility (CR) and Personalization (PE) with Consumers Attitudes (AT) among the students of public university in East Malaysia. In essence this study employed a quantitative approach by using a survey where the sample was selected based on the criteria identified by the researcher as important since the nature of this study requires researchers seek to establish relationship between variables. A survey was developed and has been distributed to 150 students from a total population of 2101 students of Faculty of Business Management. The data analysis process was done using Partial Least Square Path Modeling (PLS-SEM). The results of the study revealed INFO, EN and PE were found positive and statistically significant towards Consumers Attitudes (AT). PE was found to be the most significant factor among the four factors.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=300


78.

Strategic Position of Higher Education
puspo dewi dirgantari, bambang widjajanta

universitas pendidikan indonesia


Abstract

Indonesia is considered as a big market for foreign universities so that foreign countries are intensively promoting higher education in Indonesia so that the number of universities in Indonesia each year increases and also affects the increasing competition among universities themselves. In addition, the community has its own preference in choosing a college so that in its strategic objectives, the college must determine what position it can maintain in order to run better than other education providers offering similar or similar products or services targeting specific education supply groups in The consumer market. The method used is a case study approach at University Z. The results of this study reveal that University Z is in an aggressive position. Therefore, market penetration, product development, backward integration, forward integration, horizontal integration, diversification, or a combination strategy can all be selected, depending on the specific situation faced by University Z.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=304


79.

Analysis of Vision Statement of Indonesias 10 Best Universities
Tigin Lugiani, Nova Rahmawati Chaidir, Sofiyah,Choi Jung Hyun

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
Jl.Dr.Setiabudi No.229 Bandung 40154 Jawa Barat-Indonesia
Telp.022-2013163 Fax.022-2013651


Abstract

College is a competitive resource printing tool. A vision statement can be used to promote university competence. This research aims to analyze the vision statements of higher education institutions in Indonesia. Our sample consists of the 10 best universities in Indonesia according to the Ministry of Research, Technology, and Higher Education’s 2016/2017 decision. Research done by descriptive method, using secondary data collection technique. The universities strategic plans, obtained from the internet, and other necessary data were analyzed using content analysis based on the indicators for an ideal vision statement, which are: easy to understand, easy to remember, positive, motivational, inspirational, interesting, challenging, and future oriented. The results show that from the 10 universities analyzed, ITB and UGM have complete vision statements.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=309


80.

THE INFLUENCE OF WORKING CAPITAL, EDUCATION, ENTREPRENEURIAL BEHAVIOR, ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGING SKILLs TOWARD BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT OF THE INFORMAL SECTOR PLAYERS IN KEPUH MARKET OF KUNINGAN DISTRICT
Pupu Saeful Rahmat

Kuningan University


Abstract

The problem in this research is the lack of business development in the informal sector actors players in the Market of Kuningan Regency. The purpose of this study are as follows: (1) to determine the influence of simultaneous working capital, education, entrepreneurial behavior and Administrative Managing skills to Business development of the informal sector players in Kepuh Market of Kuningan District; (2) To determine the Influence of working capital to business development in the informal sector of Kepuh Market in Kuningan District; (3) To determine the influence of education on the development of the informal sector in Kepuh Market of Kuningan district; (4) To determine the influence of entrepreneurial behavior to the Business development of the informal sector players in Kepuh Market of Kuningan District; (5) To determine the influence of Administrative managing skills to business development of the informal sector players in Kepuh Market of Kuningan District.
The research used quantitative method type survey. The hypothesis of this study are as follows: Working capital, education, entrepreneurial behavior and Administrative managing skills influence simultaneously to the business development of the informal sector players;
The tool for testing hypotheses using statistical tests such as t-test Partial Regression Coefficients, Regression Coefficients Overall Hypothesis Testing (Test-F), and Test Compound determination coefficient (R2). Research results are: Working capital, education, entrepreneurial behavior and Administrative managing skills influence simultaneously to the development of informal sector players in Kepuh Market of Kuningan District. Working capital has a positive and significant impact on the development of informal sector enterprises in Kepuh Market of Kuningan District. This means that the presence of additional working capital will also increase business development in the informal sector in Kepuh Market of Kuningan District.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=311


81.

Learning Experience with Entrepreneurs as a Role Model: What I Expected and Perceived …. and These are I Know …..
HAFIZ RAHMAN

Andalas University
Department of Management, Faculty of Economics
Padang, West Sumatra - Indonesia
hafiz.rahman[at]fekon.unand.ac.id


Abstract

Abstract

To observe entrepreneurs as a role model has brought opinion changes in individuals, in particular students in higher education institution, in viewing the nature of entrepreneurial job and works and the entrepreneur as a person. This can be seen in the study with 291 Indonesian undergraduate students in a university in Indonesia who experienced an entrepreneurial learning process by observing entrepreneurs as a role model. The study suggests that there are possible ex-ante and ex-post learning experiences by observing entrepreneurs as an entrepreneurial role model for students.

Identification of ex-ante learning experience identifies that students have several perceived opinions regarding the nature of entrepreneurial job and works that is distinguished into the positive and negative sides. Meanwhile, ex-post conditions are mainly related to the factual experience of students regarding the entrepreneur as a role model – in more detail, identification and self-concept from the characteristics and personality of entrepreneurs.

The study is a qualitative study based on an empirical investigation with undergraduate students in a university in Indonesia that were used as a sample. Students were both males and females, however analysis was undertaken neutrally gendered, which means that gender was not considered in the analysis of the study. By using the thematic approach from the interview, it tries to find perceived and actual learning experience from students regarding entrepreneurs as a role model.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=57


82.

INFLUENCE OF INTEREST RATE OF COMMERCIAL CONVENTIONAL BANKS AND LEVELS FOR RESULTS ON THE IMPACT OF THE NUMBER OF DEPOSITS IN SHARIA BANKS OF 2010-2015
F.M. Nugraha; M. Arief; A. Kurniawan

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

This study aims to determine the effect of conventional bank interest rates and the level of profit sharing on the increase in the number of deposits in Sharia Commercial Banks. The research method used is descriptive analytic and verifikatif. Data collection technique used is documentation method. This study uses secondary data collected from the website of financial statements and annual reports of sharia banking that started from 2010-2015. The sampling technique is based on purposive sampling so that the sample of 11 sharia banks is obtained. Hypothesis testing in this study used multiple linear regression analysis using Eviews computer program. The results showed that simultaneously conventional commercial bank interest rates and profit sharing rates significantly influence the increase in the number of deposits in Sharia Commercial Banks. Partially, the significant interest rate has a negative effect on the amount of deposits in the Sharia Commercial Bank and the significant profit sharing rate has a positive effect on the amount of deposits in the Sharia Com-mercial Bank.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=314


83.

Human Resource Development Of Lecturers And The Analysis Of Influencing Factors
Dicki Hartanto *)

*) Lecturer in Economic Education, Faculty of Education and Teacher Training, UIN Sultan Syarif Kasim Riau, Indonesia 28292
e-Mail : dicki.hartanto[at]uin-suska.ac.id


Abstract

This study is intended to determine the human resource development efforts of Lecturers. This research was conducted at the Faculty of Education and Teacher Training UIN Syarif Kasim Sultan Riau with sample of 34 lecturers and all elements of faculty and department leaders. Methods used was explorative methods with qualitative descriptive approach.
This research revealed that the development activities of lecturers are among others: motivating, proposing budget to support, providing permission for lecturer to continue next study and the training and development of human resources, to invite experts / specialists, to support lecturers to follow scientific activities, to propose funding for faculty and Encouraging faculty members to conduct research and community service.
The recapitulation of factors that influence the development of human resources of lecturers showed five (5) variables were considered to be very influential for the development of human resources of lecturers of Organizational Development, Organizational Commitment, Welfare System, Development and Evaluation of Training and Education with a percentage of 87.31% respectively; 85.49%; 87.21%; 85.55% and 88.0%, while the three other variables affected less of Work Motivation, Admissions System and Career Development System with respective percentages of 84.12%; 83.24% and 82.0%.
Then, finally it is suggested and recommended that faculty can accommodate the need for improvement and acceleration in encouraging lecturers to complete their education, the need of efforts to support lecturers in producing scientific papers, the intensive efforts of faculty to involve lecturers in research activities and community service. It was also the need for further research related the strategic efforts in developing human resource of lecturers in higher education.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=59


84.

FACTORS WHICH WILL AFFECT THE LABOR PRODUCTIVITY OF INDUSTRIAL CONVECTION
Angga Herlambang, Moch. Dudih Sugiharto, dan Yana Rohmana

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

The focus of study for this research is to examine the labor productivity of industrial convection Sukamulya Village, Subdistrict Kutawaringin, Bandung District. Therefore, the purpose of this study was to describe the factors that influence the level of labor productivity. Factor expected to affect the labor productivity of industrial convection Sukamulya Village, Subdistrict Kutawaringin is training, experience and motivation. In this study which is the subject of research is the industrial workforce in the village Sukamulya convection, Kutawaringin sub district, Bandung district with a sample of 84 workers. The method used in this research is explanatory survey using a questionnaire as a data-collection tool and techniques using multiple linear regressions using Eviews 7. The result showed that simultaneous or partially variable training, experience and motivation positive effect on labor productivity. This means that the higher the higher the training of labor productivity, the higher also experience higher labor productivity and higher motivation higher the productivity of labor.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=315


85.

Indonesian Economic Growth Rate: Inflation and Unemployment Rate Analysis
Sumartini, A. Riswanto

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

The economic growth of the country is influenced by several factors, besides the import export factor, the factors that often become the spotlight are the inflation rate and the unemployment rate. This study aims to determine the extent of the relationship between economic growth in Indonesia with inflation and unemployment rates. The method used is a ststistic analysis with linear regression and simple correlation approach, using a 32 year sample, originating from Central Bureau of Statistics (BPS). This study resulted in more influential level of inflation affecting Indonesias economic growth rate for 32 years (4 decades), mean-ing that the increasing of inflation and unemployment resulted in the decreasing of Indonesian economic growth rate.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=316


86.

Model Of Good Corporate Governance Using Ihsanul Amal Value At Islamic Boarding School
Noven Suprayogi (a), Fatin Fadhilah Hasib (a), Dwi Swasana Ramadhan (a)

(a)Airlangga University, St. Airlangga No. 4-6, 60115, Surabaya, Indonesia


Abstract

Corporate Governance (CG) goal is to create the added value for stakeholders but it has some problems. In complement, there is Islamic Corporate Governance (ICG). Abu-Tapanjeh (2009), the principles of CG in the Islamic perspective is realized through the implementation of Sharia in business, justice and equality for the benefit and oriented to God as owner and sole authority in the world. This study aims to design CG model with basis of ihsanul amal value which implemented at Islamic boarding school. The analysis used is technique of Yin (2009: 133). With the ihsanul amal values in CG, there will be new variables in CG. The findings are CG implementation at Islamic boarding school based on Tauhid and principle of transparency, accountability, responsibility, independence and fairness. Research Implication in this study is use one boarding school. Future studies are expected to examine more than one boarding school to obtain mixed results.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=61


87.

THE ROLES OF KOPERASI MITRA SEHATI IN IMPROVING PEOPLES ECONOMY AT RUKUN WARGA 14 SUBDISTRICT SAIL TENAYAN RAYA PEKANBARU
Akhyar, Dr

Economic Education Department
UIN Sultan Syarif Kasim Riau


Abstract

This research was motivated the persistence of the low income group, limited employment opportunities and a little information and dissemination on community empowerment policy at the local level (RW/RT) and still focused on the level of the village.
This study was conducted in RW (Rukun Warga) 14 Sail Tenayan Raya Pekanbaru. While the research time was from August to November 2016 with qualitative descriptive approach. The study sample consisted of RW chairman, MFI Chairman and members, and the community at RW 14.
The roles of Koperasi Mitra Sehati provide significant economic contribution; Creating a positive business climate; Developing-based economy to a renewable resource; Innovation and creativity which is a competitive advantage of a nation; Provide a positive social impact.
The research also concluded that the cooperative has a very important role in supporting the economy of the community, one through peoples economic activities (creative economy). Cooperatives have become an alternative to other business institutions. In this condition, people have felt that the benefits and role of cooperatives is better compared to other institutions

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=62


88.

EFFECT OF CURIOSITY AND SELF-ESTEEM ON MOTIVATION AND STUDENT LEARNING RESULT
Rajip Sidik, Disman, Neti Budiwati

Economic Education, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract


This research is driven by the decreasing of student learning outcomes in Public Senior High School in Bandung seen from the average of National Exam of academic year 2015/2016. This study aims to determine the effect of curiosity and self-esteem on learning motivation and its implications on student learn-ing outcomes on economic subjects. The research method used is an explanatory survey. The population of XI Social Science Class of Public senior high schoolin Bandung is 1,771 students, using random sampling tech-nique and proportional random sampling obtained by 326 students. Data analysis using path analysis. The re-sults showed that: curiosity and self esteem in addition to the influence of learning motivation also affect stu-dent learning outcomes, while learning motivation does not affect student learning outcomes in the economic subjects. Therefore, teachers while teaching in the class are expected to use a learning model that can lead to the attitudes or curiosity of learners, for example using a problem-solving learning model, Inquiry or group investigation

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=320


89.

The Use of Problem Solving Method in Increasing Students Thinking Ability Analysis
Neti Budiwati, Eka Yuliyanti

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

This research is motivated by the low condition of student learning outcomes in analytical thinking ability become the main competence in economic subjects. The aim of this research is to know whether the use of problem solving method can improve students analysis ability. Research using Classroom Action Research 3 cycle in Class XI-3 Social Sciences School Laboratory UPI. Data of learning result in though by using descriptive method with technique of mean number and percentage. The results showed that the use of effective problem-solving methods can improve the students analysis ability, as seen from the increasing percentage of students who are able to answer problem-solving cases, with an increase of 32%. Therefore, this method can be an option for teachers in teaching economic material that has the characteristics of problem solving.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=321


90.

DESCRIPTIVE ANALYSIS OF STUDENT CENTERED LEARNING IMPLEMENTATION AND ITS IMPLICATION ON SOFT SKILLS DEVELOPMENT: A STUDY ON ACCOUNTING STUDY PROGRAM STUDENTS
Sofik Handoyo

Universitas Padjadjaran


Abstract

This study aims to get understanding impact of implementation of Student Centered Learning (SCL) towards soft skills development. Student centered learning is represented with attributes namely class presentation, individual assignment, case problem solving and group assignment. Meanwhile, oral communication skills, written communication skills, critical thinking capability and team work capability are attributes representing soft skills.

Exploratory research design along with descriptive analysis approach was applied in this study. The data was generated through questioner instrument. Purposive sampling method was adopted, which is students of accounting undergraduate and accounting postgraduate program as target of the sample. The sample from both private and state university was involved in this study.

The results indicated that student centered learning refers to class presentation, individual assignment, case problem solving dan group assignment had positive impact on soft skills development respectively in terms of oral communication skills, written communication skills, critical thinking capability and team work capability.

KEYWORDS: Student Centered Learning, Soft Skills, Exploratory Research, Descriptive Analysis, Purposive Sampling

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=67


91.

ZAKAT LITERACY AMONG UNIVERSITY STUDENTS AND FACTORS INFLUENCED IT
Clarashinta Canggih*, Rachma Indrarini, Prayudi Setiawan Prabowo

Fakultas Ekonomi Universitas Negeri Surabaya
*clarashintacanggih[at]unesa.ac.id


Abstract

Zakat is one of obligatory worship that could lessen economic disparity among people. However, there is wide gap between potency and realization of zakat fund in Indonesia. One of the possible sources of the zakat gap is the lack of zakat literacy in the society. This research aimed to identify zakat literacy of Islamic Economics Students Universitas Negeri Surabaya (UNESA). Furthermore, it aimed to identify factors that influenced zakat literacy. This research used descriptive approach through primary data collection from questionnaire to understand the level of zakat literacy among Islamic Economics students and descriptive quantitative approach to determine factors that influence zakat literacy level through regression analysis. The participants of the research were 127 students. The result showed that the zakat literacy of Islamic Economics student is quite moderate. Furthermore, it showed that age, and knowledge about zakat has significant impact toward student zakat literacy level

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=69


92.

COMPARISON STUDY OF ECONOMIC LITERATION AND CONSUMPTION BEHAVIOR SOCIAL SCIENCE TEACHERS WITH NON-SOCIAL SCIENCE TEACHERS
Neti Budiwati

Economic Education UPI
Phone: 08164216443; email: netibudiwati[at]upi.edu


Abstract


This study comes from existence of people consumption behavior tendency in which is irrational and low level of economic literacy among senior high school teachers in Bandung. Therefore, this study aims to determine whether there are differences in the level of economic literacy and consumer behavior between social science teachers with the non-social sciences teachers. The sample was senior high school teachers in Bandung, 408 people from learning subjects. Data obtained through questionnaires with Likert scale and economic literacy level test. Data were analyzed using different test and cross tabs. The findings of the study: (1) The economic literacy level of senior high school teacher in Bandung is on average category and their consumption behavior tend to be irrational (2) The level of economic literacy of social science teachers is lower than the teachers from non-Social Sciences subject; and (3) The consumption behavior of social science teachers is more rational than non-Social Sciences teachers. It can be concluded that the more experience teachers had in learning, the better the level of economic literacy and it resulted on the more rational consumption behavior among high school teachers, therefore it is important to improve understanding of the behavior of rational consumption that can be done either through formal education, informal and non-formal.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=73


93.

Raw Material Quality and Process Production Control Effect on Product Quantity Deffect to Cost of Quality
Midian Immanuel S1), Sumartini 2), Chairul Furqon 3)

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

Quality is an thing that must be met by the One issue about the quality is product that can not satisfy consumer standards. Deffect need a rework process, so it takes energy and additional process costs. Centratama Spinning is one of company in Indonesia, which focusing on and Dyeing material of textile. One Department on this company is and Finishing, and facing problems where a percentage amount of product, exceed the tolerance levels the company.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=75


94.

INCOME DISPARITY MADURA ISLAND AND SURABAYA CITY AFTER SURAMADU BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION
Hendry Cahyono (a), Khoirul Anwar (b), Khusnul Fikriyah(c), Ach Yasin (d)

(a,b,c,d) Faculty Of Economic, Universitas Negeri


Abstract

Suramadu Bridge in operation since June 10, 2009, is the development of local infrastructure nationwide. The existence longest bridge is expected to have an impact on the economic territory of the four districts in Madura and Surabaya area. This study aims to determine the income inequality that occurred in four districts on the island of Madura and Surabaya. From the calculation results obtained premises using the Gini Ratio Ratio Generally Gini figures in the period 2010-2012 in four districts in Madura Island namely,Bangkalan, Sampang, Pamekasan, and Sumenep and Surabaya fluctuate. Basically Fluctuations in numbers Gini ratio indicates a change in the distribution of the population spending. Gini ratio is also used to see if equalization resident spending the better or the worse.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=77


95.

CANONICAL CORRELATION ANALYSIS BETWEEN STUDENT ENGAGEMENT ON INTERNSHIP PROGRAM WITH WORK READINES
Muhammad Feriady

Universitas Negeri Semarang


Abstract

ABSTRACT
The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between the involvement of students in internship with the students work readiness through canonical correlation analysis. The method used in this research is mixed method with congruent embedded approach. Total population in this study were 686 Vocational Students of Accounting program in Purbalingga Regency with a sample of 247 respondents. The variables are arranged in groups of the research consisted of a group of student engagement variable (X) consisting of variable physical involvement (X1) attitude involvement (X2) and emotional involvement (X3). The second variable is the group of job readiness (Y), psychological readiness (Y1), knowledge readiness (Y2) and skills readiness (Y3). The findings of this study showed positive relationship between physical involvement with psychological readiness and skills readiness. the attitude involvement correlate towards psychological readiness, and knowledge readiness, while the emotional involvement is not significantly associated of all.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=79


96.

STUDY ON THE ECONOMIC LITERACY OF SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL (SMA) TEACHERS IN BANDUNG
Dwi Nurhayati, Neti Budiwati, Yana Rohmana

Economic Education UPI


Abstract

The purpose of this study is to determine and analyze the general picture of economic literacy of high school teachers in Bandung based on several factors and aspects that can affect the level of economic literacy. This research is based on numbers of unqualified economics teachersviews of the competency test in 2013.The method used in this study is a descriptive study through a survey with data collection technique employed through testing and questionnaires. The study population were 130 high school economics teacher from 52 schools in Bandung, while a sample chosen were 80 teachers from 30 schools. The collected data were then analyzed using descriptive statistics and cross tabulation data analysis techniques. The results showed that the overall economy literacy of economics teacher from high school in Bandung were categorized as high. So, it can be concluded that high school economics teacher in Bandung have sufficient economic literacy.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=80


97.

THE INFLUENCE OF FUNDAMENTAL FACTORS ON STOCK PRICE (Research to mining companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange)
Pamella (a), Yayat Supriyatna (b), Leni Yuliyanti (b)

Fakultas Pendidikan Ekonomi dan Bisnis
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
Jalan Dr. Setiabudi no 229, Isola, Sukasari Bandung, Jawa Barat 40154
*pamellabungakasih[at]gmail.com


Abstract

This research was purpose to prove the influence fundamental factors that consist of profitability, liquidity, leverage and activity to towards the stock price at mining companies listed on Indonesia Stock Exchange in 2013-2015. Profitability was measured by Return on Asset (ROA), liquidity was measured by Current Ratio (CR), leverage was measured by Debt to Equity Ratio (DER) and activity was measured by Total Asset Turnover (TATO). This research used descriptive study with verification method and documentation technique for collecting data. This research also used secondary data which financial report and annual report from mining companies in 2013-2015. The technique for collecting sample is based on purposive sampling to get 24 companies in three years from 2013 to 2015 with 72 observation data. The statistic analysis is used panel data regression. The conclution of this research is in a simultaneously fundamental factors that consist of profitability, liquidity, leverage and activity have a significant effect on stock price. In partially profitability and activity has positive significant effect on stock price, liquidity hasn’t positive significant effect on stock price and leverage has negative significant effect on stock price.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=83


98.

THE EFFECT OF SNAKES AND LADDERS LEARNING MEDIA TOWARDS STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC MOTIVATION AT SMAN 1 CILILIN
Hanisa Sismaya Lestari1, Dewi Setianingsih2, Fury Indra Pratiwi3

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

The aim of the research is to know the effect of snakes and ladders learning media toward students’ academic motivation. Learning media is one of the factors to improve students’ academic motivation. Technique collection of data by questionnaire and observation. Observation is carried during the learning process at class by researcher and for questionnaire fill in by students. The research is used descriptive survey. Based on the treatment the Cronbachs alpha coefficient value is 0, 826. The correlation coefficient value is 0.469 and regression coefficient value is 0,464 . The results of the research is the snakes and ladders learning media gave positive effect correlation towards students academic motivation.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=84


99.

THE IMPACT OF ECONOMIC GROWTH ON PUBLIC WELFARE
Caska (a*), Henny Indrawati (b)

a) Professor of Cooperative Economics, Economics Education Studies Program, Faculty of Teachers Training and Education, Universitas Riau, Jalan HR. Subrantas Km. 12,5 Simpang Baru, Tampan, Pekanbaru, Riau, Indonesia
*riodirgantoro[at]yahoo.com
b) Lecturer of Economics Education Studies Program, Faculty of Teachers Training and Education, Universitas Riau, Jalan HR. Subrantas Km. 12,5 Simpang Baru, Tampan, Pekanbaru, Riau, Indonesia


Abstract

Public welfare is the most important goal of economic development. Identify and analyze the determinants of social welfare is very interesting research problems. This research analyzed: 1) the rate of economic growth, employment and social welfare; and 2) the impact of economic growth on the welfare of society through employment rate. This research used descriptive research through survey and secondary data. This research was conducted at regencies/cities in Riau Province. Data analyzed by using qualitative and quantitative descriptive method (path analysis). This study found: 1) the rate of economic growth and employment rates in the Riau province on the national average. Riau Province social welfare under the national average; 2) Economic growth has indirect impact to the economic welfare of society through employment rate.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=89


100.

IMPLEMENTATION OF STANDARD PROCESS IN LEARNING SOCIAL STUDIES AT JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICTS MESUJI INDUK
Adam Firdaus1, Hayatin Nisa2, Emi Minarni3, Hanisa Sismaya Lestari4 and Rosita5

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

Problems encountered in learning process of education are the weakness of learning process. Researchers want to know whether the learning social studies process in secondary schools in Mesuji is based on rules. The aim of the research is to find out the Processing Standards Implementation of the planning, implementation and evaluation from the learning outcomes views. The method used is descriptive method. The subjects are four government Mesuji Sub district social studies Secondary School teachers. The Data Collection Techniques are: observation, interview and documentation. The results show that the implementation of standards in the social studies learning process from assessment criteria is 82.66% (Very Good). Standard implementation of the planning process seen from learning process is 100 % (Very Good); implementation of social studies learning process is 66.74%, and the assessment of learning outcomes is 81.25% (Very Good).

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=90


101.

ANALYSIS OF THE COMPETITIVENESS OF MICRO ENTERPRISES IN DEALING IN 2016 ASIAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY OF INDONESIA
Ikaputera Waspada

Faculty of Economics and Business Education
Indonesia University of Education
Jalan Setiabudi No 229, Bandung 40154, Indonesia


Abstract

Sentra Cibaduyut footwear industry faces problems of competitiveness of capital management and market structure is not optimal in the Asean Economic Community. Government as the policy holder should be able to provide capital infrastructure management assistance to make the footwear industry Cibaduyut competitiveness in the AEC. Therefore, on the occasion of this study used qualitative research by distributing questionnaires and interviews with 75 micro entrepreneur. The results showed industrial competitiveness Footwear AEC Cibaduyut ready in 2016 for its own products, working capital and an increase in assistance to face the AEC 2016. These results contribute to the Department of Cooperatives and SMEs in West Java and tried as optimum for entrepreneurs, Walking footwear industry manager Cibaduyut face AEC 2016.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=91


102.

PCK ANALYSIS OF SOCIAL STUDIES TEACHERS FOR IMPROVING COMPETENCY OF SOCIAL STUDIES TEACHERS AT JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Kusnendi, Neti Budiwati

Economic Education UPI


Abstract

Learning and teaching of social studies in Junior High School in Indonesia has undergone various changes, since 2014 the term curriculum of social studies into integrated social studiess. In fact, social studies teachers in Junior High School has an extensive background in only a few educational background of social studies. The impact is the lack of teachers for social studies teaching an integrated manner, given the limited teachers educational background to teach linear integrated of social studies. This problem can not be allowed, there must be a solution that teachers are competency in accordance with the demands or requirements of professionalism. This study tries to analyze PCK of social studies teachers in Junior High Schools, in this case is a social studies teacher who is currently a student Social Studies Department Post Graduates in UPI, as many as 48 people. The aim of research to determine: 1) primary identifier that affects Pedagogical Content Knowledge (PCK) students in Social Studies Department as a social studies teacher; and 2) description of the condition of Pedagogical Content Knowledge (PCK) students in Social Studies Department Post Graduates in UPI as a social studies teacher;. The results showed that both Content Knowledge (CK), Pedagogical Knowledge (PK) and Pedagogical Content Knowledge (PCK) social studies teacher is still in the moderate category, that is to say not yet fully reflect the professional teacher. There must be harmony between the knowledge of teaching materials (content-knowledge) with the acquisition of pedagogical knowledge that delivers the teachers to integrate the material and pedagogical knowledge to be presented in the learning effectively. Therefore, it is necessary to create a model of training in creating social studies that teachers can teach effectively integrated social studies capabilities PCK good.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=93


103.

Cost Analysis of Price Production to Optimize Benefit (Study Case in PT. Pupuk Kujang, Indonesia)
Oleh: Pupung Purnamasari (1), Gusganda Suria Manda (2), Dian Hakip Nurdiansyah (3)

STIE Pertiwi
Singaperbangsa Karawang University


Abstract

This study aims to analyze and find out caculation the cost of goods manufactured in determine the selling price to optimize profits. cost of goods manufactured is costs incurred to process the raw materials became finished products ready to be sold. the selling price is the fee charged to the buyer to gaint goods or services. Profit is the difference between the selling price minus the cost of goods sold.
This research was conducted in PT. Pupuk Kujang, object of this research is focus to the cost of goods manufactured report 2013. Research method used is qualitative descriptive method and the methods used to caculation of cost of goods manufactured is full costing method. The result of research show that the cost of goods manufactured with fullcosting method for NPK Granul Nonsubsidy fertilizer Rp 4.119.446,- / ton, and Urea Nonsubsidy fertilizer Rp 2.502.498,- / ton. The selling price for NPK Granul Nonsubsidy fertilizer Rp 4.646.687,- / ton and Urea Nonsubsidy fertilizer Rp 3.648.107,- / ton, the selling price was determine to based on market price, while accounting theory determine the selling price of NPK Granul Nonsubsidy fertilizer Rp 5,561,253,- per ton, and Urea Nonsubsidy fertilizer Rp3,803,797,-. Gross profits which it gots from selling of NPK Granul Nonsubsidy fertilizer and from selling Urea Nonsubsidy fertilizer according to calculations of company reach 44%, while gross profits which it gots according to calculations accounting theory reach 51%.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=95


104.

When Muslim Consumers were Angry with a Bread Brand
Usep Suhud

Universitas Negeri Jakarta


Abstract

This study examines the impact of corporate disclosure of a bread national company on brand trust, consumer animosity, product judgment, and boycott participation on willingness to purchase. This study is in respond to a call to boycott towards the brand. The corporate communication in this study refers to a disclosure released by the company saying that they had no association with any political action in Indonesia. Previously, in November and December 2016, there were two religious/political street protests/actions against the blasphemy committed by the Jakarta Governor, involving million Muslims. This disclosure harvested a massive negative reaction from public. Data was collected using an online survey attracted 306 respondents but only 266 of them completed the questionnaire. Data was analysed using exploratory and confirmatory factor analyses, as well as structural equation model. In total, there are 12 hypotheses to be tested. The protest and boycott were organised by an Islamic organisation in Indonesia. As a result, nine hypotheses are significant whereas another four hypotheses are insignificant. Brand trust is influenced by attitude towards corporate communication and consumer animosity; animosity is influenced by attitude towards corporate communication; product judgment is influenced by brand trust and animosity; boycott participation is influenced by attitude towards corporate disclosure and animosity; and purchase willingness in influenced by attitude towards corporate disclosure and product judgment. There is paucity of study exploring consumer boycott stimulated by political-religious cause. The findings are expected to fill the gap.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=96


105.

THE IMPACT OF CAPITAL STRUCTURE ON PROFITABILITY AND COOPERATIVE ENTERPRISES VALUE
Sugiyanto

Institut Manajemen Koperasi Indonesia (Ikopin)


Abstract

Fund Sources explained through capital structure theory are still rarely implemented in cooperatives enterprises, as many cooperative financial managers have not be aware the importance of this theory, as well as the impact of fund sources on profitability and cooperative enterprises value also have not received much attention. Average cooperative profitability in Indonesia is only 6% and growth of cooperative enterprises value is slowly, it is necessary to examine the impact of capital structure on the profitability and cooperative enterprises value. This research use statistical approach by using path analysis so that it can be known the magnitude of direct and indirect influence between variables.
The results showed that the capital structure has a significant impact on the profitability and cooperative enterprises value either directly or indirectly, means the capital structure theory also applies to cooperative organizations that have certain characteristics.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=99


106.

THE IMPROVEMENT OF ISLAMIC FINANCIAL LITERATION THROUGH ISLAMIC ECONOMIC EDUCATION IN HIGH SCHOOL AS EFFORTS TO OPTIMIZE THE GROWTH OF ISLAMIC FINANCIAL INDUSTRY IN INDONESIA
Ubaedul Mustofa, S.H.I., M.S.I

Department of Economics Education, Faculty of Economics, Universitas Negeri Semarang, Semarang


Abstract

The purpose of article is to explain the role of Islamic economic education in High School to increase the Islamic financial literacy as an effort to optimize the growth of the Islamic financial industry. The growth of the Islamic Finance Industry in Indonesia has not shown satisfactory results. Based on statistics from OJK, the market share of Islamic banks only reached 5.3%. One of the problems is the low level of Islamic financial literacy among Indonesian society, where the Islamic financial literacy index is only 8.11%. The result of study shows that with the education of Islamic economic will be able to increase the literacy of Islamic finance. The methods offered in Islamic economic are; 1) Islamic economics is included in the chapter on economic subjects; 2) Islamic economics is the subject of local content; 3) Islamic economics is included in the chapter on the subject of Islamic Education.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=100


107.

Competency Based Curriculum Development Model of Operations Managers in Indonesian Logistics Industry
Khresna Bayu Sangka

Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Sebelas Maret University, Surakarta


Abstract

Indonesia’s robust economic growth after struggling from financial crisis during last decade is having a progressive effect on its logistics industry. But, the deficiency of competency development program and training for operations managers in this sector generates a static condition if compared to the other nations. Calibrating competencies and skills of operations manager in this industry along its education curriculum is critical to make a standpoint in Indonesian economy. This study is outlined to fill the gap of competencies’ necessity in this area. Engaging an intensive literature review and collaborated with the analytic hierarchy process (AHP), this study found several critical competencies that need to strengthen to establish national competency standard that will be employed for training and education curriculum development.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=102


108.

Broadening the literacy of college students on capital market, would Galeri Investasi be able to do the task ?
Retno Mustika Dewi, S.Pd,M.Pd, Dhiah Fitrayati, S.Pd,M.E

Universitas Negeri Surabaya


Abstract

Indonesian Stock Exchange (IDX) is an affiliated company of Jakarta stock exchange and Surabaya stock exchange. In order to advance Indonesian public’s knowledge on capital market, IDX have made cooperation with universities to construct a learning space called Galeri Investasi. The presence of Galeri Investasi is expected to be a means of learning space for academics to apply their knowledge which they obtained from attending classes and to support research activities conducted by academics. The Galeri Investasi program, includes seminar and workshop as its activities, is intended for education & socialization of capital market. Moreover, the presence of Galeri Invest is significantly meaningful for students since they can learn any kinds of products traded on capital market such as share and mutual funds and apply how to make a transaction in capital market. This article will discuss the merits and impacts of Galeri Investasi IDX placed on universities.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=104


109.

IDENTIFICATION INSERT ECONOMIC SYARIAH ON THE SUBJECTS OF ECONOMIC SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Luqman Hakim (a*), Moch. Khoirul Anwar (a), Riza Yonisa Kurniawan (a), Triesninda Pahlevi(a)

a) Department of Economic Education, Faculty of Economic, Universitas Negeri Surabaya
Jl. Ketintang Surabaya, Surabaya 60231, Indonesia
*) luqmanhakim[at]unesa.ac.id


Abstract

Referring to the regulation minister for education 69 number in 2013, about a fundamental framework and structure high school curriculum, giving chances to students to take learning subjects cross specializing. Subjects economic one subjects enough offered as subjects cross-Specializing. Learning economy in Senior high school and Islamic High School current in Indonesia are based on theory capitalist economy. According to have evolved theory economic Syariah based. Referring to the economic development of sharia, be needed learning that anticipating and adapted to environmental conditions. The research aim is to identify learning material economy in high school senior can insert or added economic cross-specialization Syariah. A design study used is research development. The result showed some material that can insert material Syariah economy. Conclusions that resulted is learning economic x high school class more than 80 % may be equipped with matter Syariah economy.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=105


110.

THE EFFECT OF USING AUDIO VISUAL LEARNING MEDIA ON STUDENTS LEARNING OUTCOMES AT SMA SEJAHTERA I DEPOK
Rosita1, Ining Mukarromah2, and Reni Ika Wijayanti3

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

The aim of the research is to know the effect of using audio visual learning media on students learning outcomes. The method of the research is One Group Pretest–Posttest Design, that used to know the effect from media that used by inquired subjects. The methods of collecting data are observation, library research and test. The result of data analysis are categorized either reinforced with an average of gain score, 14,85 and the hypothesis testing is known that the result, tcalculated: 5,96 and ttable : 2,02. It means that tcalculated > ttable , The hypothesis is H1 = accepted and H0 = failed. The research result is the media selection criteria are appropriate. It showed from learning outcomes that had planned by the researcher. Based on the research, the result is there is an effect of audio visual learning media (X variable) with students learning outcomes (Y variable

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=106


111.

ESTIMATING THE UNIT COST OF NON CAPITATION
R M Riadi; Gusnardi

Program Studi Pendidikan Ekonomi, FKIP Universitas Riau


Abstract

The purpose of this study was to analyse the determination of the cost of hospitalization in the General Public Hospital Arifin Achmad, Riau Province. This study is a descriptive analytical cross sectional one carried out to calculate the cost of service through the use of activity based technique and the data relating to the year 2015. The research result showed that the strategy of determining Activity Based Costing (ABC) need to be calculated through cost driver of each department. For unit cost of service, it can be calculated through identification clinical pathway and it also can be used as base unit cost of outpatient and also called as non-capitation cost units. The use current unit cost at it hospital till today is by adopting with similar hospital rates. As an implication, there is no conformity between the costs incurred at the prevailing tariff. The results showed that the use of ABC system model on tariff determination was appropriate at it Hospital. At least, there are a re-calculation of the costs incurred by the level of service provided to the patient and as results the hospital income becoming increase if compared to the previous unit cost.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=111


112.

LIQUIDITY RISK MANAGEMENT : A STUDY IN ISLAMIC BANK OF INDONESIAN
Lia Puspa Anggita (a), Yessi Sasmita Anggun (a), Amir Machmud (b), Ikaputera Waspada (b)

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
Jl. Dr. Setiabudhi No. 229 Bandung 40154 Jawa Barat - Indonesia
Telp. 022-2013163 Fax. 022-2013651


Abstract

This study aims to analyze the factors affecting liquidity risk of Islamic banks in Indonesia. The factors are suspected to affect liquidity risk are Capital Aset Ratio, Return on Assets, Return on Equity and Size of Firm. The research method used is explanatory survey with time series data from the period 2008-2016. Data on Islamic Banking statistics is taken from the Indonesian Financial Services Authority. Data is then analyzed using multiple regression analysis. The result shows that ROE and Size of Firm has a significant positive impact on liquidity risk while CAR and ROA has a positive but insignificant impact on liquidity risk.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=113


113.

The Determinant of Credit Risk (Case Study in : PT. BFI Finance Indonesia. Tbk)
Dedi Supiyadi, Dodi, Amir Machmud

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

The aim of this study was to investigate the determinant of credit risk in financial industry, and to analyze the impact of Liquidity Ratio, Profitability Ratio, Productivity Ratio and Leverage Ratio on Credit Risk. The method used is Explanatory Survey Method, which is to explain the relationship between variables or how the variables affect other variables with multiple regression analysis technique. The study used secondary data collected from Indonesian Stock Exchange (IDX) are quarterly financial reports from 2008 to 2016. The result of this study show that productivity and leverage ratio positively impact on the credit risk, while liquidity ratio and profitability ratio negative effect on credit risk. The findings in this study is an important consideration for companies to be wise in determining the leverage ratio.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=115


114.

The Analysis of The Effect of Liqudity Risk and Credit Risk to The Profitability in Conventional Banks of Indonesia
Diah Dianti Rohani, Indri Ayu Lestari, Amir Machmud

Indonesia University of Education


Abstract

This paper aims to analyze the effect of liquidity risk and credit risk to the profitability in conventional banks. The method used is explanatory survey. The data used in this study was secondary data from the annual financial statements of each of the banks listed on the stock exchanges of Indonesia in 2007 - 2016. The samples used are top 10 conventional Banks (chosen by asset). The method used is panel data regression model. Liquidity risk is measured by Loan to Deposit Ratio (LDR), credit risk is measured by Non-Performing Loan (NPL) and profitability is measured by Return On Assets (ROA). The result showed that liquidity risk (LDR) and credit risk (NPL) have significant negative impact on the profitability (ROA) in conventional banks.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=116


115.

The Impact of Liquidity Risk and Credit Risk on the Profitability of General Sharia Banks in Indonesia
Zahra Ramdhonah, Rini Kurniawati, Amir Machmud

Indonesia University of Education


Abstract

The purpose of this research is to analyze the influence of liquidity risk and credit risk on the profitability level of General Sharia Banks in Indonesia. Liquidity risk in this study is measured by Financing to Deposit Ratio (FDR), credit risk in is measured by Non Performing Financing (NPF) and profitability is measured by Return on Equity (ROE). The research method in this study is an explanatory research. The data were collected from the sharia banking statistics issued by the Financial Services Authority of Indonesia. We used time series data of 12 General Sharia Banks in Indonesia from the first quarter until the fourth quarter of 2014 until 2016. The data were then analyzed by using multiple linear regression analysis. The result of the study shows that the level of profitability of General Sharia Banks in Indonesia is 24% influenced by the level of liquidity risk (FDR) and credit risk (NPF). The remaining 76% is influenced by other variables not analyzed in this research. Liquidity risk (FDR) and credit risk (NPF) have a significant negative effect on the profitability level (ROE) of General Sharia Banks in Indonesia.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=117


116.

The Impact of Foreign Ownership on Corporate Risk Taking Behavior
Dewi Asri Rosalina, Feri Rustandi, Amir Machmud, Ikaputera Waspada

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

This study aims to analyze the impact of foreign ownership on corporate risk taking behavior at non-financial and non-trade, service and investing companies that are listed in the Indonesian Stock Exchange in 2014-2016. The sampling technique used is the purposive sampling method. We use secondary data obtained from the Indonesian Stock Exchange and annual reports. We analyze the data using multiple linear regressions. The result of this study shows that foreign ownership has a positive but not statistically significant impact on corporate risk taking behavior.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=120


117.

ORGANIZATIONAL CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOR (ANALYSIS FACTORS AFFECTING OCB ON EDUCATIONAL STAFF OF FKIP KUNINGAN UNIVERSITY)
Rani Tania Pratiwi(a*), Iyan Setiawan (b)

a) Faculty of Education, Kuningan University
Jalan Cut Nyak Dien No. 36 Kuningan 45511
*tania_pratiwi17[at]yahoo.com
b) Faculty of Education, Kuningan University
Jalan Cut Nyak Dien No. 36 Kuningan 45511


Abstract

Campus is an educational institution where students seek knowledge. Colleges can be classified as service provider organizations that also rely on the quality of services provided to students and the community. Competence, ability, expertise, hospitality and compassion as well as providing a sense of comfort it will be a success factor in managing and achieving organizational goals. On Campus, staff as educational staff have a very important role in achieving goals in education.
The method used in this research is descriptive and correlational method. Population in this research is all educational staff of Faculty of Education Kuningan University which amounted to 26 people. The technique of collecting data using questionnaires and data analysis techniques using regression analysis. Based on the results of research conducted by multiple regression analysis, showing that Organizational Culture, Job Satisfaction, Organizational Commitment, Transformational Leadership, and Servant Leadership Influence to Organizational Citizenship Behavior

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=126


118.

INFLUENCE OF INCOME AND LIFESTYLE AGAINST CONSUMPTION RATE EMPLOYEES IN THE OFFICE OF P3AKB BOJONEGORO REGENCY
Nurul Farida

Postgraduate University Of Surabaya


Abstract

Income is one of the major factors that affect the behaviour of employees in the consumption do. Because of the high to the low income employees influence on consumption rate. The fact employee consumption is part of the income is spent. There are many factors that affect the consumption rate of employees including income and lifestyle factors. Lifestyle is a reflection of a persons life pattern in each activity. Unwitting employees, their lifestyle tends to be on the consumerist behavior bring them on its own difficulties especially for employees who do not comply with his salary every month. In addition, employees start living lavishly patterned and often stuck in debt with the bank due to excessive consumption rate that they do.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=127


119.

THE USE OF PROJECT BASED LEARNING THE EFFECT ON STUDENTS’ CREATIVE THINKING ABILITY
YEYEN SURYANI (a*), SITI ASMAWATI (b)

a) Lecture Faculty of Education, Kuningan University
Jalan Cut Nyak Dien No. 36 Kuningan 45511
*yeyensuryani1982[at]yahoo.co.id
b) Student Faculty of Education, Kuningan University
Jalan Cut Nyak Dien No. 36 Kuningan 45511


Abstract

The problem in this research is the low students creative thinking ability. This is shown from the learning process during the discussion where students are less able to develop ideas or ideas from various information received. The purpose of this study was to describe students early ability, to describe the students creative thinking ability after learning took place between class using PJBL model and class using lecture or conventional method, and to describe the improvement of students creative thinking ability in the class using PJBL model with the class using lecture method. The method used in this research is experimental method. With the subjects of research are 28 students in the experimental class, and 31 students in the control class. Based on the results of the analysis, it is revealed several findings. First, hypothesis testing of preliminary test (tobs 0,18 < ttable 1,672) means that there is no difference of students initial ability. Second, hypothesis testing of the final test (tobs 3,363> ttable 1,672) means the use of PJBL model is effective in improving student creative thinking ability. Third, the N-Gain hypothesis test (tobs 3,88 > ttable 1,672) means the improvement (N-Gain) of students creative thinking ability in the class applying the PJBL model is higher than the class using the lecture method.
Keywords: Project Based Learning Model, Creative Thinking Ability

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=128


120.

THE APPLICATION OF PLANNED BEHAVIOR THEORY TO CONSULTANT PT. VINI VICI PRIMA LESTARI
Anasyiah Nurhamidah

Postgraduate Universitas Negeri Surabaya


Abstract

This research aims to understand, to test, and to analyze the direct effect entrepreneurial attitude toward entrepreneurial behavior, subjective norms, and behavioral control to entrepreneurial intention of PT. Vini Vici Prima Lestari’s consultant. The sample used in this study were 75 Tupperware consultant at PT. Vini Vici Prima Lestari. The analysis in this study using PLS. There are significant positive relationship between entrepreneurial attitude toward entrepreneurial behavior, positive relationship between behavioral control toward entrepreneurial intention, unsignificance relationship between subjective norms toward entrepreneurial intention, positive significance relationship between entrepreneurial intention toward entrepreneurial behavior, positive significance relationship between entrepreneurial attitude toward entrepreneurial behavior, and positive significance relationship between behavioral control toward entrepreneurial behavior of consultant PT. Vini Vici Prima Lestari.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=131


121.

INTEGRATION ISSUES ON LAZNAS HEADQUARTERED AT SURABAYA IN EMPOWERMENT FOR MUSTAHIQ
Aishanafi Khadifya; Tika Widiastuti

Islamic Economic Department, Postgraduate School
Universitas Airlangga


Abstract

This study aims to find out the problems of integration among LAZNAS (Lembaga Amil Zakat/Zakat Management Institution) that headquartered in Surabaya on empowerment of mustahik. Objects of this study are LAZNAS which headquarters are located in Surabaya. They are LMI (Infaq Management Institute), Nurul Hayat, and Yatim Mandiri and BAZNAS of East Java Province. The discussion in this study is focused on how the problems of integration among LAZNAS seen from the perspective of each LAZNAS in Surabaya. The method used in this research is qualitative research strategies using case studies in investigating various cases or phenomena that occur in the field. This study is using observation, interviews and documentation of the data collection. Data from those institutions will be analyzed as a comparison with triangulation technique. The study found that the problem of integration is derived from the understanding and awareness of each LAZNAS which is considered as immature regarding integration, especially integration that leads to empowerment. BAZNAS acting on behalf of government also cannot alter integration-based program because of government regulations do not cover up the realm of empowerment. The integration is carried out so far by BAZNAS and LAZNAS is only on data integration.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=132


122.

PESANTREN BASED ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT MODEL: STUDY CASE ON PONDOK PESANTREN SUNAN DRAJAT LAMONGAN
Imron Mawardi; Tika Widiastuti; Sri Herianingrum

Islamic Economic Department, Postgraduate School
Universitas Airlangga


Abstract

This study aims to understand Pondok Pesantren (Islamic boarding institution) based economic empowerment that conducted by Pondok Pesantren Sunan Drajat in Lamongan, East Java. This study uses qualitative approach with study case method. Data collection process is conducted in the field to find empirical data in order to construct theory from the data. Pondok Pesantren Sunan Drajat Lamongan in maintaining economic empowerment focused on education and implementation of entrepreneurship as basis to support Pondok Pesantren’s independency. Pondok Pesantren Sunan Drajat has nine business units with objective to assist pesantren’s education and development such as support funding to build school building, extension of pesantren’s land area, train students (santri) to provide them business management experience as well as empower society’s economy by hire people around pesantren as employees. Aforementioned activities are realization of entrepreneurship education in Pondok Pesantren Sunan Drajat, both formal and informal education in school with application in pesantren’s business units.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=133


123.

DOES FISCAL DECENTRALIZATION AFFECT INCOME INEQUALITY AND EDUCATION INEQUALITY THROUGH ECONOMIC GROWTH?
Soejoto, Ady; Fitrayati, Dhiah; Rachmawati, Lucky; Ghofur, Muhammad Abdul

Universitas Negeri Surabaya


Abstract

There are no region or city in East Java Province that have the area developed and grew rapidly category. Based on the analysis of such data, the need for more attention to fiscal decentralization, income inequality and inequality of education to see the success of economic development, not just look at the economic growth. The aim of this study is to analyze whether fiscal decentralization affects income inequality and education disparities among region or city in East Java Province through economic growth. Data analysis techniques used path analysis method. The result showed that fiscal decentralization has positive and significant effect on income inequality, but has no significant effect on economic growth and educational inequality. Economic growth has negative and significant effect on educational inequality, but has no significant effect on Income Inequality.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=138


124.

SWOT ANALYSIS STRATEGY FOR DEVELOPING MARKET SHARE IN SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES CREATIVE HANDMADE FASHION
Novi Marlena, Renny Dwijayanti, Albrian Fiky Prakoso

Universitas Negeri Surabaya


Abstract

This study aims to formulate a strategy through SWOT analysis on small and medium enterprises creative handmade fashion products. This research type is explanatory with data collection technique through observation and depth interview. The results of the research by using the SWOT analysis of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats obtained the result that small and medium enterprises creative handmade fashion products should provide product variations and design innovation according to market developments, improve the quality of packaging more attractive, expand the marketing area, maximize marketing efforts by adding nesting for advertising and sales promotion so as to enlarge existing market share

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=144


125.

HOW CAN POPULATION DENSITY AFFECT ECONOMIC GROWTH?
Rachmawati, Lucky

Universitas Negeri Surabaya


Abstract

Population density is identical with the abundant supply of labor. Abundant labor will contribute to the production of goods and services, so that economic growth will increase. However, how the effect of population density on economic growth needs to be further investigated. The aim of this study is to know how the effect of population density on economic growth. Data analysis technique used is panel regression analysis method. The data analyzed include population density and economic growth of several countries in the world in 2011-2015. The results of the study indicate that population density has significant effect on economic growth.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=145


126.

The Impact of Education and Islamic Microfinance as An Economic Empowerment for Poor Women : A New Paradigm
Aas Nurasyiah, Rida Rosida, Suci Aprilliani Utami, Aneu Cakhyaneu

Prodi Ilmu Ekonomi dan Keuangan Islam, FPEB - UPI


Abstract

Among the poors, women are relatively vulnerable and majorly live below the poverty line in the developing countries. Indonesia as a developing country has demographic characteristics indicated by the percentage of Household Heads, poor women level has increased from 2012 to 2015. This research would like to reveal a new paradigm from a concept of poor women empowerment using the Islamic principles. Referring to Entitlement and Poverty theory, Amartya Sen (1999) said that giving any access towards the economic resources added by range of ethical values, will decrease women poverty level. In the concept of Cumulative Women Empowerment Index said that the women empowerment influenced by level of education, access towards the media, cultural and social norms of the society, participation level on labour and household as well the Islamic values. In addition using the Grameen Bank Model, Muhammad Yunus has proved that by giving access towards a micro financing for women has effectively helped in empowering the poors. This research conducted by housewives to get the micro financing access from BMT ITQAN, Bandung, using the purposive samping. The samples for this research are taken from 80 respondents. Using the interview method, the data collection are taken. The multiple linear regression is used for the data analysis. It is concluded that the education level and Islamic Microfinance have influenced the economic empowerment of poor women.



Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=149


127.

The Effect of Education, Productivity and Capital to Poverty in Madura Island
Putri Ulfa Kamalia

Postgraduate Universitas Negeri Surabaya
putri_kamalia[at]ymail.com


Abstract

The purpose this research to analyze the effect of education, productivity and capital to poverty in the Madura Island partially and simultaneously. The population in this research are four districts in Madura Island namely Bangkalan, Sampang, Pamekasan and Sumenep. The data used is secondary data from 2006-2015. The data collection technique used is purposive sampling. The method of analysis using panel data regression with Eviews application. The results of this research showed that education, productivity and capital have a significant effect to poverty in Madura Island.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=152


128.

FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE THE PERFORMANCE OF LECTURERS FACULTY OF TEACHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION SCIENCE KANJURUHAN UNIVERSITY OF MALANG
Lilik Sri Hariani

Universitas Kanjuruhan Malang


Abstract

Research using quantitative approach, where quantitative methods was conducted to test the hypothesis-hypothesis taken through measurements of the variables research with numbers and perform data analysis with statistical procedures. Based on the objectives to be achieved within the plan of the research is to explain the variables that influence one towards the other variables, then the research including research into explanations. While this type of research this includes the types of descriptive research, because this research will describe the attitude professing lecturer, discipline on the work, the work environment against the performance of lecturers FKIP Kanjuruhan University of Malang. The results showed that the attitude in the profession, the discipline of work, and the work environment has a significant influence on performance lecturer.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=154


129.

ANALYSIS OF CONSUMER ATTITUDE TOWARDS IKAN HIAS MARKET SURABAYA BEFORE AND AFTER RELOCATION
Jasuli

Universitas Negeri Surabaya


Abstract

This research paper aims to know consumer attitudes toward Ikan Hias Market before and after relocation. The research population is consumers on Ikan Hias Market. The sampling methods using non probability sampling and purposive sampling with the sample totaled 100 respondents. The research instrument using questionnaire with semantic differential scale. The models used to analyze is multiattribute fisbein model. The findings indicate that consumer attitudes towards toward Ikan Hias Market before and after relocation is positive on Ikan Hias Market after relocation and neutral on Ikan Hias Market before relocation. The conclusion is consumers is preferred Ikan Hias Market after relocation than Ikan Hias Market before relocation.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=157


130.

Vision Statement Analysis : Study on Retail Industries listed on Indonesia Stock Exchange
Ayu Hana Aulia, Resti Indriarti, Sekardila Pratiwi

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
Jl. Dr. Setiabudhi No. 229 Bandung 40154 Jawa Barat - Indonesia
Telp. 022-2013163 Fax. 022-2013651


Abstract

The retail industry in Indonesia is experiencing a major growth, which is a sign that retail companies are implementing effective strategies in operating their businesses. Vision statement is one of the strategic tools that can help explain a company’s long term goals. The aim of this research is to analyze the effectiveness of vision statements in the retail industry in Indonesia. The population of this research is 21 corporations, and the sampling technique used is total sampling, which means the population and the sample of this research have the same number of corporations. This research uses descriptive analysis. The result shows that food retailers have the highest average score in terms of vision statement criteria compared to general merchandise retailers (department stores) and non-store retailers (e-commerce).

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=158


131.

THE PERFORMANCE OF TEACHERS VIEWED FROM THE WORKING ENVIRONMENT, WORKING MOTIVATION AND LEADERSHIP STYLE OF THE HEADMASTERS
Drs. H. Sulistyo, M.Ak (1) Suprehatin Ningtyas (2)

Universitas Kanjuruhan Malang


Abstract

This research aims to know the influence of the working environment, working motivation of teachers and leadership style of the headmasters on performance of teachers either partially or simultaneous. Some previous studies that have the same variables and becomes the reference shows that the performance of teachers affected by the working environment, working motivation of teachers and leadership style of the headmasters. These studies use quantitative methods with multiple linear regression analysis. This research uses the technique of sampling saturated i.e. the whole teacher at the state Islamic School of Madrasah Aliyah Gondanglegi. The instruments used are the now by referring to the Regulations the Director-PMPTK in 2010 and Mulyasa that have been tested with the results Cornbach Alpha 0,932-0,963. The results showed that performance of the teachers can be affected by the working environment, working motivation of teachers and leadership style of the headmasters is either partially or simultaneous.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=160


132.

The Effect of Profit-Sharing Financing toward Risk and Profitability of Baitul Maal wa Tamwil
Imron Mawardi; Tika Widiastuti; Dien Mardhiyah

Department of Islamic Economics,Faculty of Economics and Business
Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia


Abstract

Some of microfinance institutions apply the Islamic concept in operations, called Baitul Maal wa Tamwil (BMTs). They don’t apply interest in providing financing, because interest is not allowed in Islam (riba). As an alternative system, BMT apply the sharing contract (akad), which is the revenue or profit-sharing financing (mudaraba and musharaka) and non-sharing contract by using sale (murabahah) and lease (ijarah). According to Chapra (2001:223) and Mannan (1970), profit-sharing system should be the main operational characteristics of Islamic financial institutions because it complies more to sharia (Islamic law) and more fair. But in fact, sharing financing in BMT is very small, which is about 20% of total financing. Some executive of BMT think that sharing financing affects negative risk and return. This research aims at studying the effect of profit-sharing financing on the risk and profitability of BMT. This study used quantitative approach by partial least square (PLS) analysis to determine the relationships of latent variables. The result indicated that the increase of profit-sharing financing improved risk and profitability significantly, while increasing the risk significantly reduced the profitability. The effect of profit-sharing financing toward profitability directly bigger than indirect effect by risk as intervening. Thus, to increase profitability, BMT should rise the profit-sharing financing, but have to concern to credit risk. Because, higher profit-sharing financing is followed by higher non-performing financing.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=165


133.

The Effect of Brand Equity, Customer Satisfaction, and Brand Resonance on Repurchase Intention
Dwi Iffatun Nafi’ah, Dien Mardhiyah, Tika Widiastuti

Universitas Airlangga


Abstract

Brand is the identity of a companys product that can differentiate it from the competitors product and may be the reason for the consumer to repurchase. The consumers intention to repurchase product is one measure of the companys product success. This study aims to examine the effects of brand equity, consumer satisfaction, and brand resonance on the intention of repurchase. Nike shoes were chosen because Nike is a brand with high brand equity. From questionnaires filled by 180 respondents processed using AMOS software and analyzed by structural equation modeling, it was found that brand equity has an influence on customer satisfaction and brand resonance, customer satisfaction on brand resonance, and brand resonance on repurchase intention. However, there were unique findings that consumer satisfaction and brand equity have no effect on repurchase intentions.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=168


134.

Responding to Climate Change, Managers and Investors Reaction to Green Investment Decisions
Raeni, Agus Wahyudin

Faculty of Economics
Universitas Negeri Semarang


Abstract

Climate changes have driven a novel approach the way managers and investors are dealing with investments decision. Recent studies have problematised the benefits in engaging green investments in maximising shareholders’ wealth. This research aims to contribute to this debate on how do managers and investors react to green investments’ decisions as a consequence of raising awareness on climate change impact. Data are collected from participants were randomly assigned to one of three roles as a manager, current shareholder and potential investor. It is analysed by employing experimental markets. Findings of this study show that managers’ reactions by disclosing green investments reports are responded positively by investors. Both manager and investor trade off firm value for societal benefits. Moreover, this type of decision is likely to maximise shareholders’ value in the long run, while uncertain in the short term.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=171


135.

THE EFFECTS OF INFLATION, INVESTMENT, AND WAGE RATE ON UNEMPLOYMENT RATE IN THE EAST JAVA PROVINCE
Yulia Eriani Putri (a), Santi Tri Indriani (b)

a. Postgraduate of Surabaya State University
b. Postgraduate of Surabaya State University


Abstract

Along with the times, the problems that occur are very complex. Especially in areas that have a number of people very much. The growth of the labor force that is faster than the growth employment will increase the number of unemployment. This study discusses the effects of inflation, investment and wages to unemployment in the province of East Java in 2006-2016 both simultaneously and partially. The data used is secondary data with the time series data from 2006-2016. The analysis technique used is multiple linear regression analysis. The analysis showed that simultaneous inflation, investment and significant effect on the wage rate of unemployment in East Java in 2006-2016. While partially, inflation and investment has no effect on the unemployment rate in East Java in 2006-2016. While the wages is partially significant effect on unemployment in East Java in 2006-2016.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=175


136.

Improvement Of Social Science Learning Results Through Learning Models Of Social Interaction And Modification Of Behavior
Sudarmiani,Sri Jutmini,Baedhowi,Gunarhadi

Universitas Sebelas Maret Surakarta &Universitas PGRI Madiun
Universitas Sebelas Maret Surakarta
Universitas Sebelas Maret Surakarta
Universitas Sebelas Maret Surakarta


Abstract

This study aims to describe the improvement of Social Science learning outcomes through learning models of social interaction and behavior modification based on the value of local wisdom for students of Junior High School 2 Madiun. The research method used is a classroom action research model Kemmis & Mc Taggart. Techniques of collecting data through test results and non-test results, that is, observation and documentation. Data analysis used is a model of qualitative analysis with interactive model (Milles and Hubberman, 1992). In-teractive analytical models include data reduction, data presentation, and conclusion (verification).The result of the research shows the learning result before using the model of social interaction learning and behavior modification based on local wisdom value of 32 students with Minimal value of mastery score 76, students who complete 10 students (32%) and unfinished 22 students (68%), Average 75. After the implementation of the Model, students who completed 27 students (84%) and unfinished 5 students (16%) with an average score of 87. Depdiknas (2008), the learning is declared complete if 75% of students get value according to Minimal value of mastery. Thus Social Learning Interaction Models and Modification Value-Based Values Local Wis-dom can improve learning outcomes Students of 7th grade of Junior High School 2 Madiun.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=176


137.

EDUCATION AND POVERTY IN YOGYAKARTA PROVINCE, INDONESIA: THE APPROACH OF SOLOW GROWTH TECHNOLOGY MODEL IN PRODUCTION THEORY
Suripto.1,Firmansyah. 2,FX. Sugiyanto. 3

1.Student Doctoral Program Faculty of Economics and business of Diponegoro University & lecturer Economic Faculty Ahmad Dahlan University
2.Faculty of Economics and business of Diponegoro University
3Faculty of Economics and business of Diponegoro University


Abstract

From the economic aspect, the level of education is believed to reduce poverty by improving skills that can influence the household income. Meantime, the poor with skills produced from formal and non-formal education will be rescued from market price shocks. By using the perspective of the production function with adopts Solows growth model technology, this study analyze how the formal and non-formal educations affect income levels, and subsequently consumption. With a certain lines of consumption, a household is classified as poor or not poor, so it can be examined the probability of household being either poor or non-poor influenced by formal and non-formal education. This research is applied on Yogyakarta province and is expected to explain one aspect of poverty behavior in Yogyakarta.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=179


138.

CHANGING MINDSETS & STUDENTS FROM A WORKING SEARCHER TO BE CREATOR OF EMPLOYMENT FIELD THROUGH LEARNING PROJECT ENTREPRENEURS
B Lena Nuryanti

FPEB Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

Entrepreneurship Learning in Higher Education should produce graduates that are ready for entrepreneurship. The background of this research problem is the low mindset of students in entrepreneur-ship. This research attempts to compile the Entrepreneurial Learning Pattern by using project learning model so that it can grow students mindset to become an entrepreneur. The learning model of PJBL is learning by using real projects in life based on high motivation, challenging questions, tasks or problems to form competence mastery undertaken in a joint effort to solve problems (Barel, 2000 and Baron 2011). Purpose of Project Based Learning is improving learning motivation, team work, collaboration skills in achieving high level academic / taxonomic skills needed level of creativity in the 21st century (Cole & Wasburn Mo-ses, 2010). The purpose of this study is to find out the picture 1) Project-based learning on the students of Education Business Management Education Course 2014 Faculty of Economics and Business Education, University of Education Indonesia, 2) Entrepreneurial mindset on students 2014 Education Management Education University of Indonesia, 3) The magnitude of the influence of project-based learning on entre-preneurial mindset on students & Education Management Education 2014 Education University of Indone-sia. As for the sample in this study are 70 students of Business Management Education 2014, University of education Indonesia. Data analysis techniques used in this study is a simple linear regression, with the help of SPSS 21.0 for windows program. The findings of this research are as follows: 1) Project-based learning in students 2014 Education Management Education, University of Indonesia Education in very high category, 2) Entrepreneurial mindset in students of Business Management Education 2014, University of Indonesia Education in high category, 3) Entrepreneurial mindset is positively influenced by project-based learning. Based on the results of this research is recommended as a basis for other research on project-based learning with different indicators and objects.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=180


139.

EDUCATION MODEL BASED ON LOCAL WISDOM: THE SOCIO-LEGAL STUDIES ON THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC BEHAVIOR OF SAMIN COMMUNITY
Rofi Wahanisa1 and Shanty Oktavilia2

1) Post Graduate Program of Legal Science, Diponegoro University and Faculty of Law, Universitas Negeri Semarang, Indonesia
2) Faculty of Economics, Universitas Negeri Semarang, Indonesia


Abstract

The Samin community is one of Indonesian’s cultural assets. Samin people are known to be carefree, innocent, honest, and unpretentious, laden with teachings modern communities can learn from. Our economic activities in many ways cause negative externalities to our environment. Economic growth that is boosted by economic activities does improve welfare, but at the same time detrimental as some of its actors are not environmentally friendly. This research is aimed at analyzing the tradeoff between economic activities of Samin community and their attempts to keep the balance with nature. It focuses on how the local wisdom of Samin community allows them to carry out economic activities whilst preserving their local environment and nature. The goal of this research is to outline an environmental economic education model based on the local wisdom of Samin community. This research is socio-legal in nature using both legal and environmental economic approaches. Data collected are both primary (from respondents) and secondary (from relevant documents and activities). Those data were then analyzed using a descriptive and qualitative interactive model of analysis. The location is Samin community surroundings. Results show that the traditional law in Samin community is pretty solid and that people, there are still adhered to it. Most of Samin people rely on farming activities, but this is only meant to meet daily needs. Samin people do not consider costs and losses and are not familiar with the concept of trade. This economic philosophy enables them to preserve their environment. Samin people uphold the principle of cooperation and are not against cooperation with any party to help preserve their nature. The educational model recommended from this research is observational learning and self-regulation. The national government must also play a role in preserving the local wisdom of Samin community as a cultural heritage.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=182


140.

analysis of k-means clustering for potential population of Indonesia to become an enterpreneur
Stefanie Intan Christienova

Padjadjaran University


Abstract

cluster analysis has been widespread in various fields of science. Starting from individual grouping based on personality, grouping typology based on demographic aspect, grouping area according to socio-economic condition, to grouping majors based on students value trends. This analysis begins with individuals or objects that have not been grouped and attempted to group them into homogeneous clusters based on measurements of the observed variables. This analysis is an extension of Statified Sampling. Objects that reside on the same cluster have similar characteristics compared to objects of different clusters. This study was conducted to classify some areas based on potential entrepreneurial population through three main indicators obtained from the results of the 2013 Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) survey. The results of K-Means Clustering analysis show that there are three groups, namely areas with low potential population , Medium, and high in becoming an entrepreneur. Further analysis of One-Way ANOVA conducted to show a significant difference between the 3 groups of the formed region.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=183


141.

Distinctive Capabilities and Competitive Advantage of Indonesia Rattan Furniture Industry
Annisa Ciptagustia

Management Department
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

The aims of this research was to explore the effect of distinctive capabilities based on Jhon Kay indicators to competitive advantage rattan furniture industry. The samples of this research are 70 companies who member of ASMINDO Cirebon, Indonesia. The data was analyzed using Linear Regression Analysis. The level of competitive advantage of rattan furniture industry is positively by the distinctive capabilities.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=186


142.

RECOGNITION AND PROTECTION OF INDIGENOUS SOCIETY IN INDONESIA
(1) Triyanto, (2) Rima Vien Permata Hartanto

Civic Education Dept., Faculty of Education
Sebelas Maret University


Abstract

Structure of Indonesian society is variety and consists of many ethnic cultures. They have their own existence and organized by the national law. Some conflicts occurred between ethnic and government law. This study was to analyze the complexity protection of custom society and their right tradition, especially land conflicts. This is qualitative research. The data were collected by literature review, interview, and observation. The data were analyzed by using interactive model of analysis from Miles & Huberman. The result indicate that the right of indigenous people were protected, but practically government impose the law that harm them for reasons of national interest.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=190


143.

The Non-Bank Islamic Mortgage: Prospect and Challenges
Egi Arvian Firmansyah

Department of Management and Business, Faculty of Economic and Business Universitas Padjadjaran


Abstract

As a relatively new movement, the non-bank Islamic mortgage is interesting to be researched in Indonesia where most of the people are Muslims. This approach is believed to able to facilitate consumers to have a house without having to worry about the usury and complexity in dealing with banks because the approach is simpler by not involving the bank. This paper is a conceptual paper describing the issue prevalent in some of Indonesian cities, i.e. the non-bank Islamic mortgage. This paper tries to explore the future prospect of the practice as well as the challenges faced by this movement in the years to come. As the research in the field is currently uncommon, this paper is expected to open the gate for researchers to study the non-bank Islamic mortgage. The results of this paper puts recommendations for the businesses, customers, governments as well as academician and researchers in the field of Islamic mortgage.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=193


144.

Determinant Factors of the Development and Unique Capability of Batik Garutan Small-Medium Industries
Nizar Alam Hamdani ; Galih Abdul Fatah Maulani

Universitas Garut


Abstract

Batik Garut has been inherited among generations since long before Indonesia gained its independence. In 1945, Batik Garut came to be known as Batik Tulis Garutan and enjoyed its popularity during the period 1967 - 1985. In the last few years, the production of Batik Garut has declined, and so have the business units in this sector been. This is due to the rapid production of printed batik, the lack of interests today’s youth in written batik business, inadequate materials and capital, and weak marketing strategies.
This naturalistic qualitative study used several research instruments including document analysis, observation, interviews, and literature reviews. The research subjects were eight small-medium industies (SMEs) of Batik Garutan. The samples were taken using a census technique. The data were analyzed through several steps to include data reduction, data presentation, and concluding/ verification.
It was revealed that the low growth rate of Batik Garutan SMEs was caused by organizational and environmental factors. The first was associated with poor managerial and leadership system, and the latter with governmental policy and consumer behaviors. Despite its uniqueness and originality, Batik Garutan has not been well marketed. Thus, an effective Electronic Word of Mouth strategy is badly needed to facilitate the marketing.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=195


145.

BONUS SHARE ISSUES AND ANNOUNCEMENT EFFECT IN INDONESIA STOCK EXCHANGE
Ani Pinayani

Pendidikan Ekonomi FPEB
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract


The aim of this research to determine the effect of the announcement of bonus shares to the stock trading volume and stock returns in Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX). The research method used is event study. The study population consisted of companies that do stock bonus announcement period January 2001 - January 2013, samples as many as 23 companies were selected using purposive sampling technique. The results showed that (1) the information content of the announcement of bonus shares does not affect the volume of stock trading and stock returns; (2) the average value of the volume of stock trading before the announcement of bonus shares equal to the bonus shares after the announcement; (3) The average value of the stock returns before the the announcement of bonus shares equal to the bonus shares after the announcement; (4) the value of the average stock trading volume between each of the industry sectors that perform the same relative announcements of bonus shares; (5) the value of the average stock returns between each of the industry sectors that perform the same relative announcements of bonus shares.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=196


146.

FACTORS WHICH DETERMINE STUDENTS’ ENTREPRENEURSHIP INTENTIONS
Sukardi

Universitas Mataram


Abstract

The present study aims at examining the factors which determine the entrepreneurship intentions of the students, namely: the support of entrepreneurship education, relational support, systemic (or structural) relationship and self-efficacy. The present study employed survey methods, involving 133 students of Faculty of Education Mataram University drawn through cluster proportional random sampling. The research instrument modified from the one developed by Turker & Selcuk (2009) was applied to study the research variables involving support entrepreneurship education, relational support, systemic/structural support and entrepreneurial intentions, whereas self-efficacy variable was measured with self-efficacy scale. Data were statistically analyzed using path analysis. The results of the requirements analysis indicate that all research variables fulfilled the required normal distribution, linearity, no autocorrelation, and the absence of multi-co-linearity of all variables. Based on the results of path analysis, it shows that entrepreneurship education support and relational support positively affect the entrepreneurial intentions, either directly or indirectly through self-efficacy. Only systemic or structural support variable which does not affect the entrepreneurial intentions, either directly or indirectly through self-efficacy.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=200


147.

STRUCTURAL CHANGE AND LABOR PRODUCTIVITY GROWTH IN INDONESIA
Lilis Siti Badriah, Armida S. Alisjahbana, Kodrat Wibowo, Ferry Hadiyanto

Faculty of Economics and Business, Padjadjaran University


Abstract

Structural change indicates the reallocation of inputs from less productive sectors to more productive sectors in order to create the productivity growth as a whole. While several literature reviews indicate that the impact of structural change could become an actual structural bonus for productivity growth, there are also literatures that indicate such structural change could become structural burden to the productivity growth. This study aims to determine the impact of structural change on labor productivity growth in Indonesia. The methods used are the decomposition of shift share analysis and panel data regression. The data used are economic sectors data and industry sector data, from 30 provinces in Indonesia, during 2003-2014. The results of this research with both methods show a corresponding result that structural change has a weak impact on labor productivity growth in Indonesia.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=201


148.

INCREASING PATTERN OF SCHOOL EXCELLENCETHROUGH INTEREST AND TALENT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM BASED ON LOCAL WISDOM IN SMA PATRA DHARMA BALIKPAPAN
Casmudi

Universitas Balikpapan


Abstract


This research focuses on the student’s interest and talent development program through art and social empathy accommodate with local wisdom pattern as the medium for strong competitiveness school excellence in Balikpapan. The aim of this research is to reveal school’s responsibility in defending local wisdom.
The approach used in this research is qualitative, with descriptive method. The data collection process of this research was done by observation, participatory, interview, and documentation. The data obtained were grouped, described, analyzed, and tested for validity of triangulation techniques to obtain conclusions.
The result of this research concluded that the development of interest and talent based on local wisdom in SMA Patra Dharma Balikpapan became (1) own appeal for junior high school graduates that fully supported by their parents to choose the school, (2) channel talent potency and interest of each student besides academic potential, (3) students expressive activity programs and (4) the performance pattern of students talents and interests that were evaluated to determine their best talents to become school icon in certain areas of talent and interest to represent the school at larger events in the level of Balikpapan and East Kalimantan.
The pattern of local wisdom program in SMA Patra Dharma Balikpapan, serves to empower students, educators, and educational personnel. Such empowerment can be a major excellence in private schools today. Tight competition of private schools in Balikpapan makes the school improving the strategy to get public appeal. Therefore, it is recommended that school should accommodate students’ interest and talent through the pattern of local wisdom as a featured educational strategy.


Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=204


149.

Organizational Innovation and Performance on Embroidery and Needlepoint SMEs in West Sumatera
Ratni Prima Lita, Ranny Fitriana Faisal, Meuthia

Universitas Andalas, Indonesia


Abstract

Innovation plays an important role in developing the economy, to expand and sustain the high performance of firms, to maintain a competitive edge in the industry and improved the standard living and in creating a better quality of life. The purpose of this study is to identify the effects of organizational culture and learning orientation to organizational innovation and performance. The research method was quantitative analysis using SmartPLS and conducted with purposive sampling technique on embroidery and needlepoint SME owners in West Sumatera. Embroidery and needlepoint craft are the original products of West Sumatera, which is already well-known not only in the country but also it has reached to abroad. Fifty-three respondents involved in this study were located in Bukittinggi, Agam, Payakumbuh and Lima Puluh Kota. The findings showed that organizational culture and learning orientation have significant effect on organizational innovation; organizational culture and learning orientation have significant effect to organizational performance. Although the previous study showed there is a significant effect of organizational innovation to organizational performance, but in this study was not accepted.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=205


150.

THE EFFECT OF FAMILY TOWARD STUDENT’S FINANCIAL LITERACY GRADE XI IPS SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL JAMBI
Novitasari Simanjuntak, Hery Sawiji, Siswandari

universitas Sebelas Maret


Abstract

The purpose of this research is to find out whether there is influence of the family against financial literacy grade XI IPS Senior High School in Jambi. This research is quantitative research with korelasional approach. This Research population totaled 1334 students and samples taken as many as 93 students of Class XI IPS in Jambi then performed the data processing using regression analysis with SPSS program assisted. The research concludes that there is influence between the families against the financial literacy. The model of the relationship of these two variables is Y = 17.93 + 0.512 X and this model is statistically significant. This is demonstrated through the acquisition of Fh = 30.521 larger than Ft = 3.94 on α 0.05. Based on these data it can be concluded that the family financial literacy to students of Class XI IPS Senior High School.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=207


151.

E-SERVICE QUALITY OF SOCIAL MEDIA IN INDONESIAN ONLINE BUSINESS CONTEXT
Nina Septina

Catholic University of Parahyangan


Abstract

Business today performs not only by offline platform but also online. The online business growth facilitate by the rapid development of technology and the increase adoption level of internet usage by consumer. Online businesses need to know the perceptions of consumers about the quality of its services as one of the basic considerations in decision making for their marketing policy to maintain their customer satisfaction. This study concerning only to one platform of online business which is social media from young customer point of view. This research aims to study the perceptions of young consumers online in Bandung city so their perception towards e-service quality of social media can be described clearly. The limitation of this study were not covered the searcher information role. This study applies mixed method to measure the perceptions of online consumers. Focus group discussion (FGD) conducted to learn the dimensions of e-service quality of young consumer in Bandung. Instrument of data collection developed based on FGD findings and related literature. E-service quality on this study consists of four dimensions which are reliability, tangible, security and customer service. Each dimension plotted in the Cartesian diagram (Importance Performance Analysis). The findings of this study are respondents appreciate social media as a partial substitute of offline shop and mostly satisfied on several dimensions of e-service quality. In order to increase their business performance, online businesses should concentrate their effort on dimension at quadrant one and maintain the dimension at quadrant two.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=210


152.

Adopting ‘Quality Standard’ from Industry to Education: Which stages need to be adjusted?
Rr Sri Kartikowati (a*), Gimin (a), Lei Suang (b)

a) Faculty of Education, Universitas Riau,
Kampus Binawidya. Jalan HR Soebrantas. Pekanbaru 28293, Indonesia
*tikowati[at]lecturer.unri.ac.id
b) Mutiara Harapan School.
Pelalawan, Riau. Indonesia.


Abstract

Numerous concepts of quality standards, originally from the industry, have long been successfully adopted by education. The success then by educational administrators is used to improve quality within the organization. However, is the implementation done in the same sequence of stages with the origin?. Which stages need to be adjusted?. This study discusses two concepts of quality standards – Suggestion System and Supplier-Customer Relationship – that have been implemented in the educational organization. The results of both implementations become the main data; and then the data is analyzed through FGDs. The discussion is focused on a particular stage, as a fact finding, that cannot be treated the same stage as in industrial world. It is found that in a particular stage of implementation needs to be adjusted appropriately in accordance with local circumstances, which is consequently shifting the customary practices that have long been recognized in the industry.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=221


153.

Growing SMEs : a SWOT Analysis on fish processing industry
Renny Dwijayanti, Novi Marlena

Universitas Negeri Surabaya


Abstract

Small and medium enterprises have an important role in Indonesians economy. Based on data from 2010-2015, the number of SMEs in Indonesia grow from various business sectors. One of the sub-sectors in small medium enterprises is fisheries sector, this sector has an important role in the nutritional contributor of Indonesian society. The research object is small industry of fish processing in Sidoarjo. The research is descriptive qualitative research. Data source used is primary data and secondary data. Data collection techniques using structured interview techniques. The results of this study indicate that there are still threats from subtitute products. To improve the performance of SMEs fish processing in Sidoarjo then needed differentiation strategy in terms of product line extension, and product quality control.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=223


154.

ANALYSIS OF SHARIAH FINANCE LITERACY IN RELATION TO UTILIZATION OF SHARIAH FINANCE PRODUCT AND SERVICE
Amir Machmud

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

This study aims to analyse the level of Shariah financial literacy in relation to the utilization of products and services offered by the Shariah finance industry. The methodology that uses in this study is descriptive analysis, with data collection techniques through questionnaires and interviews. The population in this study is The Association of Shariah Bank Indonesia, West Java region (ASBISINDO) as many 17 people, data that has been collected, then analysed by using descriptive and nonparametric statistic through rank spearman correlation analysis.
The results of the study indicate that the level of Shariah financial literacy has positive relations with the utilization of shariah financial products and services. However, the high rate of literacy Shariah finance is not necessarily followed by utilization of Shariah finance products and services.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=226


155.

FACTORS THAT LEADS TO FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND THEIR IMPLICATION TO LOCAL GOVERNMENT PERFORMANCE: WHAT SHOULD BE DONE?
Sumbawati

Magister of Accounting
Faculty of Economics and Business
Mataram University Indonesia


Abstract

The aims of this paper is to examine the factors that leads to transparency and accountability financial management and their implication of Central Lombok Local Government of Indonesia performance. Type of this paper was associative research. The population in this study are internal and external stakeholders, with purposive sampling technique, and involving 50 respondents. The result of this test using Smart PLS 3.0 shows that government internal control system and financial report accessibility has positive effect to transparency. Government internal control system has positive effect to accountability, while accessibility has no effect. Local financial management accountability has implication to local government performance, while transparency has no implication. The result of this study can contribute to knowledge and development of accountancy literature especially public sector accountancy associated with local financial management and their implication to local government performance.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=228


156.

The INFLUENCE of the QUALITY of SERVICE toward CUSTOMER SATISFACTION and LOYALTY GRADUATE STUDENT EDUCATIONAL in SEBELAS MARET UNIVERSITY 2016/2017
Yuninda Anaci Lulan, Harini, Dewi Kusuma Wardani

Sebelas Maret University


Abstract

The purpose of this research is to find out whether there is influence of the quality of service to the satisfaction of students and its impact on loyalty graduate student educational sebelas maret University 2016/2017. This research is quantitative descriptive research types. Population of 1459 students and sample as many as 94 students. the selected sample incidental use of non probability sampling techniques. Data collection techniques used include the now, then performed the data processing using regression analysis with SEM programs assisted PLS. The research concludes that there is influence between quality service to customer satisfaction and loyalty graduate student educational sebelas maret University. This is shown from the results of R-square of 0.821 and t-value 22.595 > 1.96. Based on these data it can be concluded that the variable quality of service effect on satisfaction and loyalty affect postgraduate students the sebelas maret University.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=233


157.

THE INFLUENCE OF PERFORMANCE-BASED BUDGETING AND THE EFFECTIVENESS OF INTERN CONTROLLING TOWARD ACCOUNTABILITY OF THE INSTANCE GOVERNMENT PERFORMANCE
Uswatun Hasanah (a*), Endar Pituringsih (b), Ahmad Rifa’i (b)

a) Magister Of Accounting Faculty Of Economics and Business Mataram University Jalan Pendidikan Mataram, Indonesia
*uh30141[at]gmail.com
b) Mataram University


Abstract

The aim of this research is to investigate the influence of Performance-Based Budgeting as well as Intern controlling effective toward accountability of instance government performance. This is an explanatory research, questionnaire were distributed by using a purpose sampling method to 40 respondents and further analyzed with Smart Partial Least Squares 3.0. The result of the test showed that performance based-budgeting did not influence significantly to the accountability of local government performance, while the effectiveness of intern controlling has positive and significant influence toward the accountability of instance government performance. This research is expected to contribution for instance government to improve their performance accountability. The result further will be reanalyzed through large sample and determinant in a further research.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=234


158.

FACTORS THAT AFFECT PENGELOLAAN DANA DESA AND ITS IMPLICATIONS TOWARD THE TRANSPARENCY OF FINANCIAL REPORT
Sri Sartika (a*), Endar Pituringsih (b), Lalu Hamdani Husnan (b)

a) Magister of Accounting Faculty of Economics and Business Mataram University, Jalan Pendidikan Mataram, Indonesia
*srisartika79[at]gmail.com
b) Mataram University


Abstract

This paper aimed to test and evince from some previous researches: the influence of Apparatus Competence, System of Internal Controlling and Asset Inventory toward Pengelolaan Dana Desa and its implication to-ward the Transparency of Financial Report. This was an explanatory research with purposive sampling method of interpretation, with a sample of 50 respondents. Analyzed with SmartPLS 3.0, the result of this test showed that apparatus competence as well as System of Internal Controlling had positive and significant in-fluence toward Pengelolaan Dana Desa. While different result showed that Asset Inventory did not signifi-cantly influence the Pengelolaan Dana Desa. Furthermore, Pengelolaan Dana Desa had positive and signifi-cant influence toward Transparency of Financial Report. The results of this test was retested on the next re-search with larger sample and wider Determinants of Pengelolaan Dana Desa and its implications toward the Transparency of Financial Report.
Keyword: Apparatur Competence, System of Internal Controling, Asset Inventory, Pengelolaan Dana Desa, Transparency of Financial Report.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=235


159.

THE INFLUENCE OF ASSET INVENTORY, SIMDA BMD, THE ROLE OF GOVERNMENT INTERNAL CONTROLLER, AND ASSET DEPRECIATION TOWARD OPTIMIZING FIXED ASSET MANAGEMENT AND ITS IMPLICATION TO FINANCIAL REPORT QUALITY
Sri Indriani (a*), Irwan (b), Hermanto (b)

a) Magister Of Accounting Faculty Of Economics And Business Mataram University, Jalan Pendidikan Mataram, Indonesia
* sriindriani190780[at]gmail.com
b) Mataram University, Indonesia


Abstract

This research aims to examine the influence of asset inventory, Simda BMD, the role of government internal controller and asset depreciation toward the optimizing of fixed asset management and its implication to financial report quality. This research is explanatory. Questionnaires were distributed purposely to 60 respondents and further analyzed with SmartPLS 3.0. The test found that each of Simda BMD, role of government internal controller and asset depreciation influenced positively and significantly toward optimizing of fixed asset management. While different result showed that asset inventory didn’t significantly influence the optimizing of fixed asset. Furthermore, the optimizing of fixed asset management had positive and significant influence to financial report quality. The results of the test will further be reanalyzed with larger and wider determinants for the next research. Even though, these results are expected to give a picture for local government to do better fixed asset management in order to get financial report transparency.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=236


160.

THE ANALYSIS OF AMORTIZATION AND INTANGIBLE ASSET WRITTEN OFF IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Khaerul Umam (a*), Titiek Herwanti (b), Akram (b)

Magister Of Accounting Of Faculty Of Economics And Business Mataram University,
Jalan Pendidikan Mataram, Indonesia
*khaerulumam565[at]gmail.com
b) Mataram University, Indonesia


Abstract

Based on LHP BPK No. 15A/LHP-LKPD/XIX.MTR/05/2016 on May 27th, 2016 showed that intangible asset hasn’t been amortized and written off particularly in local government - central Lombok. Thus, it causes the quality and reliability of government financial report. This research aims to investigate the causes behind the problem. This research uses qualitative method. Both primary and secondary data have been observed. The result of the research showed that amortization and asset written off haven’t been done. The reasons found as follows: the policy of local government has not managed specifically and the audit was only focused on fixed asset management. This research was expected to contribute for local government to make better management of both fixed and intangible assets.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=237


161.

THE EFFECT OF ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING’S BENEFIT TO ACCOUNTANT ROLES AT X STATED OWNED COMPANY LOCATED IN BANDUNG, INDONESIA
Danila Firsa Aini Hamzah Ritchi Zaldy Adrianto

Padjadjaran University


Abstract

The purpose of this research is to test whether the benefit of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) implementation has a positive and significant effect toward roles of accountants in X Stated Owned Company located in Bandung, Indonesia.
The method used in this research is descriptive analytic research using simple regression. Research data are collected from questionnaire distributed and returned from the accountant of Budgeting and Accounting Division in X Stated Owned Company.
The results of this research indicate that there is a positive and significance effect on the benefit of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) implementation and the roles of accountants in X Stated Owned Company. Because accountant in Budgeting and Accounting Division have the perception that the benefit of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) implementation is able to influence their role as an accountant positively.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=238


162.

ASSET INVENTORY ANALYSIS BASED ON PERMENDAGRI 1 YEAR 2016 IN PERESAK VILLAGE-WEST LOMBOK
Herry Irawan (*a), Prayitno Basuki (b), Endar Pituringsih (b)

a) Magister Of Accounting Faculty Of Economic and Bussines Mataram University
Jalan Pendidikan Mataram Indonesia
*herry.irawan[at]bps.co.id
b) Mataram University, Indonesia


Abstract

Published Permendagri 1 year 2016 about the village asset management was not analogous with the government expectation especially in village asset inventory. This research aims to explore that regulation implementation in village government, Peresak Village, Narmada - West Lombok. The method of this research used qualitative approach with case study analysis. The data used in this research was primer and secondary data. The result of research showed that the regulation implementation concerned with village asset inventory that was not analogous because of not doing the asset value record, the equipment and machine were not coded and labeled, and not capitalized to the building of village office which has been rehabilitated and was not having the legal ownership letter in the land of village office building. This research is expected to be able to give the contribution therefore the village officials did the asset management analogously with the regulation decided.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=240


163.

EVALUATING THE USABILITY OF FREE WEB HOSTING AMONG UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
Farah Ahlami Mansor, Mimi Zazira Hashim, Norrini Muhammad, Wan Nor Hazimah Wan Azib, Zuriani Ahmad Zukarnain, PhD

Faculty of Business and Management
Faculty of Computer and Mathematical Sciences
Universiti Teknologi MARA Cawangan Kelantan
18500 Machang
Kelantan
Malaysia


Abstract

Nowadays, most university students search for information through the Internet. Internet becomes a popular source of information in completing assignments, projects and other tasks assigned to university students. Besides searching for information, students also should have the opportunity to deliver information through Internet. Therefore, universities are recommended to provide course to develop websites using free web hosting among students. Students were given assignments to develop an interesting website by using free web hosting services. This paper seeks to evaluate the usability of free web hosting among university students as a convenient as well as simple way of fulfilling their needs. This paper also highlights the students’ view on the usefulness, convenience, design and quality of free web hosting. A sample of 200 users was invited by e-mail to participate in the online survey. A total of 119 valid responses were received which represented 59.5 of response rate. The findings of this study reveal that students are satisfied with the usefulness of the system as well as satisfied with the system itself. In conclusion, majority of respondents were ready to use the tools for future web designing tasks.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=241


164.

Critical Study About Implementation Of Procurement Of Goods And Service In Village Sub District Sape
abdul mufakhir

Megister of accounting economics and business mataram university


Abstract

This study aims to critically assess the implementation of village procurement of goods and services in the district of Bima district, both in terms of regulation, implementation of procurement activities and the direct impact on village development. The type of this research is descriptive qualitative research by using descriptive analysis and to obtain research data by using data of village finance report of fiscal year 2015 -2016 and direct observation in field, documentation and interview. While the data analysis technique used is interactive model of analysis from Mattew B. Milles & A. Michael Huberman which includes data collection, data reduction, data presentation and conclusion. Based on existing data, the author seeks to describe systematically, factually and accurately about the facts, traits and relationships between existing phenomena.
Based on the results of research conducted, it can be concluded that the regulation of procurement of goods and services without clear guidelines because the regulations governing the procurement of new goods and services published in fiscal year 2017. Implementation directly using the purchase based on the draft Budget and expenditure (RAB) per activity. At the stage of execution of forms of cheating is done in the first instance of the village apparatus: appoint the provider and receive fees from the project executor, make false transaction proof, conduct fictitious activities. Secondly done by the project implementer: reducing the form, space and time of project implementation that does not match the RAB. Not completing the project on time, and carrying project funds without the implementation of activities. In terms of impacts on village development both from the open unemployment rate and the increase in the income of the villagers in Sape sub-district did not increase.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=243


165.

IMPROVED UNDERSTANDING OF STUDENTS LEARNING THROUGH THE HISTORY OF ECONOMIC THEORY USING MEANINGFUL CONCEPT MAPS
Disman, Moch Dudih, and Yana Rohmana

UPI Bandug


Abstract

This research aims to describe students’ understanding on history of economic theory using concept maps. Subjects in this research were students who took history of economic theory in Economic Education Department of Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia academic year 2016/2017. Data were collected through observation and test, and were analyzed descriptively. The result shows that using concept map helps students improve their understanding on history of economic theory

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=244


166.

PARTNERSHIP MODEL DEVELOPING MICRO INDUSTRY IN BANDUNG CITY
Eeng Ahman, Amir Machmud

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

This research aim to know about (1) partnership model developing micro indsutry in Bandung city, (2) relationship models efectivity between micro and macro industry, (3) raw material supplying efectivity in micro industry, (4) Returning Product risk in micro industry, (5) Marketing product efectivity in micro industry. This research using qualitative deskriptive method. Data were collected through observation, enquette, interview, statistic calculation, and trend analysis. This result show that are (1) partnership model developing micro indsutry in Bandung city using network or buliding linkages model, (2) relationship models efectivity between micro and macro industry is high, (3) raw material supplying efectivity in micro industry is in middle criteria, (4) Returning Product risk in micro industry is in middle criteria, (5) Marketing product efectivity in micro industry is high.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=247


167.

Antecedents of Capital Expenditure and Its Implications for Maintenance Expenditure
Syahrul Maulana (a*), Thatok Asmony (b), Hermanto (b)

a) Staff of Education and Culture of Bima City
Jln. Duku No. 1 Rabangodu Kota Bima - NTB
syahrulmaulanasaputra79[at]gmail.com
b) Faculty of Economic and Business, University of Mataram
Jln. Majapahit No. 62 Mataram-NTB


Abstract

This study aims to determine the effect of financial performance on the allocation of capital expenditure and its implications for maintenance expenditure.
This research was conducted on 5 cities / regencies in Lombok island in West Nusa Tenggara (NTB)in 2011-2015.
Methods of data analysis using panel data
The results of this study provide empirical evidence that local government financial performance in the form of routine capability index, activity ratio and dependency ratio have a positive and significant impact on capital expenditure allocation. While capital expenditures have a negative and insignificant effect on maintenance expenditure.
The results of this study are expected to be used as a consideration in assessing the financial performance of executives (agents) by the legislature and the public (principals)

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=249


168.

THE EFFECT OF MANAGERIAL ABILITY, ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT, JOB SATISFACTION AND JOB CHALLENGES ON MANAGEMENT BOARD AND ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE (THE STUDY ON KOPERASI PEGAWAI REPUBLIK INDONESIA/KPRI IN EAST JAVA)
yudi supiyanto

UNIVERSITAS PGRI RONGGOLAWE (UNIROW) TUBAN JAWA TIMUR


Abstract


The purposes of this study are to prove and analyze the influence of managerial ability, organizational commitment, job satisfaction on job challenges for boards performance and its organizations, and the influence of the boards performance against the performance of cooperative organization. The population in this study is cooperative institution called boards of KPRI throughout East Java with totaling 1,777 units. The sampling technique which is used is the combined techniques of Area Proportional Random sampling technique and obtained figures 182 KPRI and its respondents are the Chairman of each KPRI. The data are analyzed by the analysis of the Structural Equation Model (SEM) with AMOS 20 programs. The results of this study are: 1) Variable managerial ability, organizational commitment, and job challenges are all positive and significance impact on board performance KPRI.While of job satisfaction does not influence on the performance the board. 2) Both variable managerial ability and organizational commitment, have positive and significant effect on organizational performance KPRI. While of job satisfaction and challenge of the work does not influence on the performance the board KPRI, 3). Variable performance of the board has positive effect and a significant on organizational performance.

Topic: Research on education, economics, accounting, management, and Islamic economics

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=251


169.

AN ANALYSIS ON TEACHING EFFICACY MODEL OF THE ECONOMIC PROSPECTIVE TEACHER STUDENTS
Indri Murniawaty(a*)Nurdian Susilowati(b)Hengky Pramusinto(b)Ismiyati(b)

Economic Education of Semarang State University
Jalan Sekaran Raya, Gunung Pati Universitas Negeri Semarang 50229. Indonesia


Abstract

The purpose of this research is to figure out the influence of learning program and collective efficacy preparation on teaching efficacy of the economic prospective teacher students. Teaching efficacy is teacher’s belief in managing and implementing learning successfully through teaching strategies, classroom management, and students’ involvement. Collective efficacy is people’s belief on their collective efforts to create certain social changes. This quatitative research is conducted at economics faculty of Semarang State University with the population consisting of cooperative economic education students in the academic year of 2013 who have completed their teaching internship program. The research data are collected through questionaires and then followed by a path analysis. The results show that there are direct and indirect influences of learning program preparation and collective efficacy variable on teaching efficacy. Collective efficacy has succeeded to modulate the inlfuence of learning program preparation and teaching efficacy of the prospective teacher students.

Topic: Teacher education

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=260


170.

ANALYSIS OF DIFFICULTY PREPARATION OF RESEARCH PROPOSAL STUDENTS ECONOMIC EDUCATION ECONOMICS FACULTY STATE UNIVERSITY OF MALANG
Prof. Dr. Sri Umi Mintarti, S.E.,M.P.,Ak Dr. Hari Wahyono, M.Pd Januar Kustiandi, S.Pd.,M.Pd Rizza Megasari, S.Pd.,M.Pd

Universitas Negeri Malang


Abstract

Thesis is the final task for students on the undergraduate program but there are many students who have difficulty in solving the thesis. Students In the Department of Economic Development FE UM faces 4 stages in the completion of the thesis, namely: 1) preparation of proposals, 2) proposal seminars, 3) seminar results and 4) The final session. Often students are constrained on the problem of preparing research proposals that lead to the length of study period and the period of their guidance. This study aims to analyze the types of difficulties experienced by students in the preparation of research proposals. The research method used is qualitative research method of phenomenology approach. Data collection uses observation, interview, and documentation techniques. Analytical technique using qualitative descriptive method that is inductive. The results of the research note that the students have difficulty in pouring the research idea until the selection of the research methodology usage. So it is necessary to arrange courses research methodology and seminars to provide input and broad insight for students. The result of the research is expected to be input, information and references to Economic Education department so that the factors of student difficulties in completion of research proposal will be overcome.

Topic: Teacher education

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=294


171.

SELF-REGULATION AS CORELATES TO STUDENTS’ VOICES AND ACHIEVEMENT IN TOEFL SCORE
Monika Dini Kurniasari

Sanata Dharma University


Abstract

Students’ engagement and persistence in the test preparation require their use of self-regulated learning (SRL) strategies to protect against distractions and facilitate good preparation. This research aimed to find out the students’ self-regulation strategies on TOEFL Test Preparation. This research utilized the prediction correlational research and designed to examine how self-regulation and the predictor variable students’ achievement in TOEFL Score. Furthermore, during data collection, the researcher was the tutor and aimed to increase students’ TOEFL score. Instruments used in this research were: (1) Motivated Strategies for Learning Questionnaire (MSLQ) for measuring students’ attitude towards TOEFL Test Preparation and (2) Students’ achievement score of Pre Test and Progress test in TOEFL Preparation Course. The results suggested that higher achievement in TOEFL score and self-regulation towards TOEFL Test Preparation are all significantly correlated. One‘s attitude towards the discipline is predicted by many other than a single stimulus.

Topic: Teacher education

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=65


172.

MANUSCRIPT CLINIC FOR LECTURER, WHY AND HOW?
Albrian Fiky Prakoso (a*), Triesninda Pahlevi (b), Novi Marlena (c), Retno Mustika Dewi (d), Ajeng Hapsari (e)

a) Departmen of Economic Education, Faculty of Economic, Universitas Negeri Surabaya
Jl ketintang Kampus Unesa Surabaya 60231, Indonesia *albrianprakoso[at]unesa.ac.id

b) Departmen of Economic Education, Faculty of Economic, Universitas Negeri Surabaya
Jl ketintang Kampus Unesa Surabaya 60231, Indonesia

c) Departmen of Economic Education, Faculty of Economic, Universitas Negeri Surabaya
Jl ketintang Kampus Unesa Surabaya 60231, Indonesia

d) Departmen of Economic Education, Faculty of Economic, Universitas Negeri Surabaya
Jl ketintang Kampus Unesa Surabaya 60231, Indonesia

e) Departmen of Economic Education, Faculty of Economic, Universitas Negeri Surabaya
Jl ketintang Kampus Unesa Surabaya 60231, Indonesia


Abstract

One of the problems that faced by Lecturer in submitting their promotion is the lack of publication of scientific articles in reputable international journals. It caused by some reasons such as: having no idea to write, lack of lecturer’s knowledge in writing techniques, wrong choosing the journal to submit, and not understanding journal submitting know-how. This research identifies the reasons why the manuscript clinic needs to be held and how to apply it. The results of this paper are; (1) Lecturer has successfully in submitting of reputable journal and also its article can be published; (2) The application of manuscript clinic: Orcid and Researcher ID registration; article review; Searching the reputable Journal; The tutorial of submitting. The most important suggestion of this paper is the lecturer should be joining manuscript clinic in order to more easily and precisely submitting in reputable journal. Next, there should be held virtual manuscript clinic.

Topic: Teacher education

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=68


173.

EFFECTS OF LEARNING FACILITIES AND TEACHER INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION WITH OF ACHIEVEMENT ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN SMK
Munawaroh

STKIP PGRI JOMBANG


Abstract

In carrying out the teaching and learning process, facilities are supporting to be available. For example,school buildings must meet the requirements so that students feel comfortable and eager to learn. In addition tolearning facilities, things that support student achievement is teacher interpersonal communication with students.The aim of this researchis to explain thepresence or absence ofthe learning facilities influence, teacher interpersonal communicationwith students on student’s learning achievementon Entrepreneurship subject Enterprise eleventh grade of SMK Nusantara Bogem Jombang Year2014/2015.
This research is quantitative with Multiple Linear RegressionTest. The population was all eleventh garde students of SMK Nusantara Bogem Jombang Year 2014/2015 a number of 42 students. The variables of this research consisted of independent variables such as learning facility (X1), Teacher Interpersonal Communication(X2) and the dependent variable was learning achievement of Entrepreneurship (Y). Data collection techniques used observation, questionnaires and documentation. Analysis of data used multiple linear regression test.
Based on the hypothesis testing results was obtained tscore learning facility variable (X1) of 3.345 and ttable of2.023. So Ha was accepted and Ho was rejected at a significance level of0.002 and the results test was obtained tscore of teacher interpersonal communication variable (X2) of 2.878 and ttable amounted to 2,023, then Ha was accepted and Ho was rejecte data significance level of0.006.
It can be concluded that learning facilities variable and teacher interpersonal communication influenced positively and significant on student’s achievement of Entrepreneurship eleventh grade students of SMK Nusantara Bogem Jombang.

Topic: Teacher education

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=72


174.

BELIEF ABOUT TEACHING: PASSION OR NEED? A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY OF PROSPECTIVE TEACHERS’ BELIEF
Monika Dini Kurniasari

Sanata Dharma University


Abstract

The aim of this paper is to investigate how of a group of Prospective Teachers’ (PTs) beliefs and perceptions about teaching (as a profession) as they already completed an (Undergraduate) English Education Study Program in Sanata Dharma University in 2016 and straightforwardly continue their study in English Education Master’s Program in the same university. This cross-sectional study focused on the prospective teachers’ motivation toward their personal goals considering the fact that there is reasonably a difference between PTs entering and exiting perceptions and beliefs about teaching as a profession, therefore this study investigate prospective teachers’ voices into the reasons grounding their beliefs. There will be (n = 8) PTs whom are Indonesian and whose beliefs are going to be investigated in the second semester of their study. The beliefs followed up to the point in which PTs either entered teacher education or choose other paths. Beliefs about teaching will be neither unambiguously passionate nor needing.

Topic: Teacher education

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175.

A STUDY ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF PANCASILA AND CIVIC EDUCATION (PPKn) LEARNING INTEGRATED INTO CHARACTER FOR JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN BOYOLALI REGENCY
Suyahman¹ Sym_62@yahoo.com Contac Person 08562826144 Muhammad Furqon Hidyatullah², furqon@fkip.uns.ac.id Contac Person: 081329170000 Mulyoto³ mulyoto_tp_uns@yahoo.com Contac Person: 081548551334 Asrowi 4 asrowi@yahoo.com Contac Person: 08122627753

POSTGRADUATE SEBELAS MARET UNIVERSITY


Abstract

ABSTRACT
This research aimed to describe the implementation of Pancasila and Civic Education (PPKn) Learning integrated into character education in the High School Students in Boyolali Regency today. This study was a qualitative research with descriptive qualitative approach. The methods of collecting data used were observation, interview, and documentation. Technique of analyzing data used was an interactive model of analysis consisting of four stages: data collection, data reduction, data display, and data verification.
The result of research showed that currently PPKn learning still uses conventional learning model, with the following indicators: dominated by lecturing method, teacher-oriented learning, students serving as the object only, and the students not focusing. The conclusion was that the implementation of PPKn learning in Boyolali used conventional model and supported inadequately the achievement of student character education.

Keywords: PPKn Learning and Character Education

Topic: Teacher education

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176.

REACTUALISATION THE IMPORTANT OF ECOMOMIC SPIRIT BASED ON JAVANESE LOCAL WISDOM
Djoko Sulaksono, Budi Waluyo

Javanese Language Learning Program, Sebelas Maret University


Abstract

Increas of the economic necessity in Globalization era demanding everyone should have high spirit of work to complying their dailyneeds. In fact, economic spirit in general society, especially the Javanese people are still less and must be increasing. One of the other ways to improve the economic spirit is by reactualisation the values of economic spirit on Javanese literature. Javanese literature is represented the social and culture of Javanese society. Javanese literature “Mintaraga Gantjaran” made by Prijoehoetomo is one of Javanese literatures who contain the values of economic spirit which relevant to economic condition in this modern era. Reactualisation the values of economic spirit on Javanese literature not only can actually grow the work ethic of Javanese society, but also can use to improve the sense of belonging to Javanese literature who contain about values of Javanese local wisdom.

Topic: Teacher education

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177.

DEVELOPING TEACHERS SKILLS: SCHOOL LIBRARY SYSTEM FOR TEACHERS
Fahmi Ashari S. Sihaloho

Sebelas Maret University


Abstract

Teachers are professional educators with the primary task is to educating, teaching, guiding, directing, training, assessing, and evaluating learners in early childhood education on formal education, primary education and secondary education. To support it, Teachers is required to develop all their skills include pedagogical, personality, social, and professional. In developing their skills, teacher require variety of references that support them. The purpose of this study is to improve teachers ability in developing learning process based on literature studies and classroom action research with school library system for teachers. This research is descriptive research by using data collecting technique such as book reference, internet searching, and observation to the surrounding environment. With the school library system for teachers, teachers are expected to develop a more effective and efficient learning process and in accordance with school conditions.

Topic: Teacher education

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178.

LEARNING STYLES AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AMONG UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
Norazlan bin Anual(a) , Muhammad Faizal bin Samat(b), Zatul Himmah bte Abd. Karim(c) Norhafiza bte Hashim(d)

(a)(b)(c) Universiti Teknologi MARA, Cawangan Kelantan, Malaysia
(d) Universiti Teknologi MARA, Cawangan Kelantan, Malaysia


Abstract

A student’s learning style preference refers to the way they respond to stimuli in a learning context, and to their characteristics way of acquiring and using information. Each student has his/her own specific learning styles that may influence his academic achievements and students in any course will place a variety of different interpretations onto their lessons. This study aimed to find out the relationship between learning styles and academic performance; to identify the significant influence between learning styles and academic performance; and to determine the mean difference between male and female learning preferences. This study was carried out in UiTM Cawangan Kelantan, UiTM Cawangan Terengganu and UiTM Cawangan Pahang (East Zone of Malaysia) respectively where a total of 400 first year’s students from the Faculty of Business and Management, Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) were randomly selected as sample of this study. The result of analyses of variance shows that there is a statistically significant difference in the academic achieve-ment of these students that correspond to the four learning styles developed by David Kolbs. It was found and concluded that converging learning style scored the highest percentage among the respondents towards their academic performance. There was a relationship between students’ learning styles that relate to all four learning styles with academic performance. However, converging and accommodating learning styles have moderate relationships with academic performance. In the meantime, the study hypothesized that assimilating and diverging learning styles have weak relationships with academic performance. The result also showed that there was no significant difference between gender and academic performance.

Topic: Teacher education

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179.

UNDERSTANDING TEACHER’S DECISION ABOUT TEACHING AND LEARNING STRATEGIES FOR AN ECONOMICS CLASSROOM
Leni Permana

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

Instructional approaches consist of the direct, indirect, experimental, individual study, and interactive teaching strategies (Lang and Evans, 2006). This article seeks to understand the economics teacher’s decision about teaching and learning strategies for effective instruction. The research was carried out based on four open-ended question (what, why, when, where) and lesson plans written by 27 teachers in public senior high schools in Bandung, Indonesia. The study results indicated that teachers frequently use interactive teaching strategy, cooperative learning focuses on group work among students. It used for teaching and learning concepts, principles, and procedures in economics. They reasoned it according to the requirement of new curriculum that is encouraging students to be active learners. The findings also indicate that all lesson plans doing in classroom using textbook and the Internet, they haven’t to learn outside the classroom by utilizing the resources within the community. This study concludes more engaging teaching and learning strategies are needed in economics.

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

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180.

EFFECTIVE TEACHING APPROACHES TO ENHANCE UNDERSTANDING AMONG UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
Nik Zam Nik-Wan, Syuhaila Razak, Suzana San, Noraida Saidi, Siti Dalina Tumiran

Universiti Teknologi MARA Kelantan, Malaysia


Abstract

Students’ academic performance plays a vital role in producing the best quality graduates who will form the major source of human capital which will be responsible for country’s economic and social development (Mushtaq & Khan, 2012). Their ability to practically apply what they have learnt during lectures promotes the quality of their learning process further. Unfortunately, students sometimes faced some difficulties in understanding the lessons taught by their lecturers. Failure to understand what have been taught could cause the students to easily forget not only what they have learnt in university once they graduated but they also tend to forget what they have learnt in the earlier semester and interrupt the progression of the learning process throughout their academic years. Even though academic performance is not the ultimate criteria viewed by the industries in employing new recruits, it is still a key criterion that students need to achieve in order to obtain their qualifications either for Diploma, Bachelor or Master Degree. This study aims to identify the real essence of the problems faced by the students. Understanding their experiences and listening to their opinions and suggestions could probably reveal the teaching and learning approaches that would truthfully solve their learning problems effectively. Once the effective teaching and learning approaches are identified, it can be developed into teaching techniques, modules or tools that will be usable by the lecturers to improve their teaching and learning processes.

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

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181.

The Implementation of Think Pair Share Method to Improve Student’s Achievement in Understanding Adjusting Entries of Trading Company Class XII Social 2 SMAIT Nurul Fikri
Henny dan Rosita Qurotul Uyun

YPPU SIT Nurul Fikri unit SMAIT Nurul Fikri Depok


Abstract

When students are facing challenge specially difficult lesson, usually students tend to be teached fully by their teacher (teacher center). The class condition become individualist and student’s understanding improve slowly. The phenomenon try to be take overed by using the think pair share (TPS) method follow by another actions. Think pair share method is a learning method where students are asked to be more active, that is think independently (think step), then students do pair discuss (pair step) and sharing the discussion result in front of the class (share step). The aim of this research were knowing how to implement the TPS method and was the effort of implementing TPS method could improve the student’s achievement in trading accounting specially in adjusting entries lesson at class XII social 2 SMA IT Nurul Fikri Depok.

This research used qualitative description by using the mastery learning as the indicator of achievement in paper test of pre cycle, cycle 1 and cycle 2. Then the open quationare data processing result in cycle 1 and observer’s note as self reflection of researcher. The result showed that implementing think pair share method could improve the student’s achievement in adjusting entries lesson with pre test 1 (pre cycle) score rate 72,74 (not mastering) increase to 80,14 (mastering) in pre test 2 (cycle 1). In post test 1 (pre cycle) reach score rate 48,10 (not mastering) then in post test 2 (cycle 1) increase to 85,06 (mastering). In post test 3 (cycle 2) student mastery reach 100% with score rate 94,53.


Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

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182.

STUDENT ENTREPRENEURIAL PROJECT: ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION IN THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL THROUGH LEARNING CYCLE MODEL AS AN EARLY PREPARATION IN FACING DEMOGRAPHY BONUS IN 2030
Mochamad Tubagus Ismail (a*) , Evi Diana (b)

a) Elementary Teacher Education, Indonesia Univeristy of Education
Jln. raya Cibiru Km. 15 Bandung.
*mochamad.tubagus.i[at]student.upi.edu
b) Elementary Teacher Education, Indonesia Univeristy of Education
Jln. raya Cibiru Km. 15 Bandung.


Abstract

This scientific paper aims to comprehend the importance of entrepreneurship-based education in the elementary school as an early preparation in facing Indonesian Demography bonus in 2030. Elementary education as a part of children’s character development should be maximized by education patterns which through Student Entrepreneurial Project Program, it is expected that entrepreneurship education can be applied, which the implementation mechanism is made based on the learning cycle model, adopting Ciputra Way. This paper is composed based on study of literature. There is also a conclusion of this paper, which is entrepreneurship education in the elementary school should start to be applied as an early preparation of the human resources development which later will be involved in demography bonus. By adopting entrepreneurial value from Student Entrepeneurial Project Program, students are expected to focus in shaping themselves so they have entrepreneurial value. From this paper, there is a recommendation for the government, the school, until the teachers to understand the urgency of entrepreneurship education in the elementary school, mainly how the children are prepared to be productive generation in the demography era in 2030.

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

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183.

DEVELOPMENT OF BLENDED LEARNING MODEL BASED ON CONSTRUCTIVISM CONSERVATION VALUE
Nina Farliana

Universitas Negeri Semarang


Abstract

The purpose of this research was to design and develop blended learning model based on constructivism conservation value subject Management Information System. The detail goals are: (1) develop model of blended learning based on constructivism conservation value in the subject of Management Information System, (2) measure the effectiveness of that learning model, and (3) determine the benefits of implementation learning model for students and lecturers. This study used design based research (DBR) development model with six phases: problem identification, formulate product development, design and product development, prototype testing, prototype feasibility evaluation, and improvement of learning models. The results of this study found that learning model of blended learning based on constructivism conservation value fit for use in learning and outcomes of learning activities have been able to form the structure of new knowledge through reflection experience with reference to religious values, honest, caring, tolerant, democratic, polite, intelligent, and tough.

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

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184.

THE EFFECT OF LEARNING STYLES TO THE METACOGNITIVE SKILLS IN SECONDARY SCHOOL KENDARI SOUTHEAST SULAWESI
Stany Tiara Mulyawati1,Yuniarti Ahiri2,Mia Aulia3, Fury Indra Pratiwi4, and Ining Mukarromah5

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

Background of this research is there is low metacognitive skill in grade VII of secondary school 10 Kendari. This case was marked by learning process which are priorites the concept more than developed a high-level thinking potential. The purpose of research is to review the effect of learning styles to the metacognitive skill in economic subject grade VII secondary school 10 Kendari. The population of this research is 215 student grade VII secondary school 10 Kendari and the sample of this research with random sampling technique is 68 students. The data is collected by metacognitive scale and learning style scale. Research methodology is used descriptive and verification. The analysis in this research used simple regression by SPSS 21.0 as a tool. The result of this research which is supposed to test the hypothesis reveals that was show that there is correlation in learning style to metacognitive skill with regression equation Ŷ = 54,320 + 0,595X and coefficient correlation is 0,713 gives strong correlation. According to the result of this research that learning style can be increasing metacognitive skill students.

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

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185.

INCREASING LEARNING OUTCOMES USING CONTEXTUAL TEACHING AND LEARNING MODEL IN ACCOUNTING SUBJECT
Imas Purnamasari, Badria Munthasofi, Heraeni Tanuatmodjo

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

This study aims to determine whether there are differences in students’ learning outcomes between classes that implement Contextual Teaching and Learning model with classes that do not apply the Contextual Teaching and Learning. Media module was used in accounting subject . The research design was quasi-experimental control group by using Post Test Only. The population in this study were senior high school students in Bandung City . The sampling technique used was purposive sampling. The t Test result that the use of contextual teaching and learning model using modules can improve learning outcomes.

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

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186.

THE EFFECT OF STUDENT INTEREST TOWARDS STUDENTS ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT ACCCOUNTING LESSON AT SMA PASUNDAN 8 BANDUNG
Wahyu Mustajab1, Aditiya Nugraha2, Tati Suryati3, Dewi Setianingsih4, Reni Ika Wijayanti5

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

The research was conducted in SMA Pasundan 8 Bandung, as the percentage of academic achievement of grade eleventh taking Social Science academic discipline which didn’t meet the minimum mastery criteria set in the school was low. The objective of the study was to describe an influence of students’ interess to students’ academic achievement on Accounting of grade eleventh Social Science discipline. The research methodology that used in the research was survey; sampling was carried out using proportional area probability random sampling technique. The number of students taking role as samples was 101 out of 134 possible students population. The coefficient value is 0,693 showed that the influence of students’ motivation on learning achievement means that students interesrit towards academic achievement. Accounting the coefficient of determination was 48,02%, whereas 51,98% was affected by other aspects.

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

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187.

ANALYSIS OF STUDENTS’ LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT THROUGH LEARNING DISCIPLINE AND LEARNING HABITS
Ajang Mulyadi, Heni Mulyani, Merlli Setia Ningsih

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

This study aim to analyse student’s learning achievement through student’s learning discipline and learning habits by determine the influence of learning discipline and learning habits on students’ learning achievement in Accounting Education study program in Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia. The method used is descriptive verificative, the data obtained by distributing questionnaries to the respondents, that are students’ of Accounting Education study program in Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia. The sampling technique used is Proportionate Random Sampling, obtained a sample of 155 students with 255 students as total population. The analysis prerequisite test includes normality test, linear test, and multicollinearity test. Analysis of the data that is used is multiple linear regression analysis with F test and t test. Based on the multiple linear regression Y ̂=2,586+0,006X1+0,005X2, it can be seen that learning discipline and learning habits give the positive influence to the student learning achievement.

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

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188.

THE EFFECT OF EDUCATIONAL GAME “CLOCKWISE ACCOUNTING” USAGE TO IMPROVE LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT
Heni Mulyani, Arvian Triantoro, Suprapti

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

The aim of this study is to identify the difference of learning achievement between the experimental class that using educational game “clockwise accounting” with control class that not using it. The method used is an experimental method with quasi-experimental designs, non-equivalent group design. Based on the research results, obtained tcount> ttable (2.51> 1.991) on the real level (α = 0.05), there is a difference in student learning result between experimental class and control class. This difference is caused by the effect of usage accounting clockwise educational game that make learning more effective, it can be showed from the average N-gain for the experimental class by 0.59 and control class by 0.44. The average value of the N-gain both classes included into the medium category (0,30≤g <0.70). N-gain values of experiment class higher than control class, it is showed that the learning process in the experimental class is more effective.

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

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189.

Effect of Student Motivation on Student Learning Outcomes in Economics lesson (Survey of Students of Class XI IPS SMAN In Bandung District)
Fazar Nuriansyah

FPEB UPI
Jl. Dr. Setiabudhi No. 229 Bandung 40154 Jawa Barat - Indonesia


Abstract

Research on Learning Motivation on Student Learning Outcomes in Economics lesson. The research was conducted on Student Class XI IPS SMA in Bandung. This study uses survey research methods and data analysis using regression techniques. The results of this study concluded that students motivation level has a positive and significant impact on student learning outcomes. The results of recent research studies can not be generalized to all subjects, all levels of schools, or educator, necessitating further research related to the influence of motivation on student learning outcomes for economic lesson.

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

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190.

VOCATIONAL SCHOOL STUDENTS’ ENTREPRENEURIAL CHARACTERISTICS AND INTENTIONS AFTER TAKING THE INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS SUBJECT
Anis Susanti*, Suryo Ediyono

Sebelas Maret University, Surakarta
*anis.susanti917[at]gmail.com


Abstract

The purpose of this research is to determine vocational school students’ entrepreneurial characteristics and intentions after taking the introduction to business and economics subject. The population of this study was all eleventh grade students of office administration who attended introduction to business and economics lesson (106 students). The sample of this study used simple random sampling technique to obtain 90 samples. This study is descriptive quantitative research with survey technique. The research variables are students’ entrepreneurial characteristics and intentions. This research used questionnaire as instruments to collect data. The result of the research shows that students want to be entrepreneurs because they want to create jobs in the future (98%). The result shows that the average score of vocational students’ entrepreneurial characteristics is 43.9 (high) and the average score of students’ entrepreneurial intentions after taking the business and economics subject is 50.5 (high).

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

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191.

APPLICATION OF AUTHENTICAL ASSESSMENT TO INCREASE ACCOUNTING SKILL
Ratna Tiharita Setiawardhani, Frelly Noviana

Universitas Swadaya Gunung Jati Cirebon


Abstract

Curriculum 2013 is a curriculum developed with the aim to improve and balance soft skill and hard skills in the form of attitude, skills, and knowledge. Accounting skills are a necessary capability for accounting learners, Accounting skills should be continuously improved, one way in the improvement process can be applied through authentic assessments that are activities of assessing learners that emphasize what should be assessed, both process and outcome of various instruments Assessments that adjust to the demands of competencies that exist in the Competency Standards or Core Competencies and Basic Competencies. Authentic judgment is different from traditional judgments. In traditional assessments, learners tend to select the available responses, while authentic assessment, learners displaying or working on a task or project. Based on the research, it can be concluded that learning applying authentic assessment can improve students accounting skills.

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

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192.

STUDENTS LEVEL PARTICIPATION OF LEARNING GROUP IN THE MADRASAH TSANAWIYAH (MTs)
Triyanto

Civic Education Dept., Faculty of Education
Sebelas Maret University


Abstract

Group work in in education has been implemented and manifestated of the assessment impact and contributes to the final assessment of the students. The problem that often occurs in learning group is the work of each individual was not clear and difficult to identified and the existence of students who did not contribute or participate in the group in full and always depends on the other students. This causes a lack of respect for individuals who have good performance, where some superior students which have more ability make a decision to complete the task independendly, reducing the contribution to their group. The purpose of this research was to examine the level of participation of the students in learning group at school and the factors that influence. This research was a qualitative research with descriptive analysis. The subject of this research was 32 students of Madrasah Tsanawiyah (MTs) in the seventh grade which is divided into eight groups. The data was collected through observation and interview. The participation indicators in this research include interpersonal skills, group building, inquiry skill, and presentation. All of indicators were divided into four criteria, very less, less, good and very good. The results of the study showed that the participation of the students generally including in good criteria.

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

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193.

THE INFLUENCE OF MODELLING-BASED ENTREPRENEURSHIP LEARNING TOWARD ENTREPRENEUR ATTITUDE AND BEHAVIOR IN HIGHER EDUCATION
Neiny Ratmaningsih, Aim Abdulkarim, Diana Noor Anggraini

Faculty of Social Science Education, Indonesia University of Education


Abstract

Every year anxiety frequently stains the world of education in Indonesia when after graduation inauguration, Higher Education affirms a new profession as "unemployed". The tendency of graduates finding employment is so inherent that the needs of job vacancies are fewer. Entrepreneurship education is a systemic effort to cultivate a generation of innovators, creative, skilful, characteristic and capable to open vacancies as widely as possible. One of the alternative models of modelling-entrepreneurship education at universities is intended to provide provision for academic community to develop entrepreneurship attitudes and behavior. This research uses quantitative approach with descriptive method. Data collection technique is done by questionnaire with attitude scale and data analysis technique is using correlation-regression. The population in this research is students of Faculty of Social Sciences Education with a sample of 98 people. The results show that: 1) The planning in entrepreneurial learning based on modelling as a whole is contained in the outline of learning / curriculum programs, syllabus and Semester Learning Plan: (2) The core activities of modelling entrepreneurial learning directly bring an entrepreneurial model that tells success stories in managing their business so as to provide experience directly and interacting with the academic community, and (3) modelling-based entrepreneurship learning has a significant positive effect on entrepreneur attitudes and behavior.

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

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194.

PROFESSIONALISM OF TEACHERS TO IMPROVE STUDENT MOTIVATION WITH PROBLEM BASED LEARNING MODEL IN ACCOUNTING SPREADSHEET SUBJECTS
Santi Tri Indriani

Postgraduate Universitas Negeri Surabaya


Abstract

The quality of Teaching and Learning Activities is not only the school but the necessary institutions are professional and qualified teachers, so as to motivate students to learn through the implementation of Problem Based Learning (PBL) model. Application of learning model in this paper is focused on accounting spreadsheet subjects, which aims to determine how the application of PBL model can improve student motivation. PBL model can be used as an alternative to the innovations made by the teacher, where the PBL is one model that can be used to develop students learning abilities. With this model that requires students to find own problems in a matter, then students will be motivated to prepare themselves before Teaching and Learning Activities.

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

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195.

Developing Economics Learning-video Information-system to Improve Vocational School and University Students’ Understanding and Problem-solving Skill
Dwi Hendra Kusuma (a*), Dewi Kusuma Wardani (a), Harini (a), Duta Sabiila Rusydi (a)

a). Master of Economic Education
Teacher Training and Education
Sebelas Maret University Surakarta
*hendra[at]fkip.uns.ac.id


Abstract

ABSTRACT ing technology that can be accessed online : The aims of this research are to improvedeveloping learning outcome and problem economics learning-video information-solving skill in learning –system involveconomics of vocational school and university students in Surakarta.

The method of the research was research and development by implementing media to the tenth grade vocational school marketing students in Surakarta, especially in online marketing program, and to Sebelas Maret University students majoring in economics education, especially in macroeconomics field. The research subjects are 33 vocational school students and 45 Sebelas Maret University students majoring in economics education. The data are collected through observation, interview, and documentation

Research and development in this article was conducted through three research procedures as preliminary research, development phase, and testing phase. However, this article emphasizes the preliminary research as a process of ideas development to solve the problems. The results of preliminary research on the development of economics learning-video information-system were the procedures and economics learning informationsystem media which are effective and efficient to improve the students’ understanding and problem-solving skill. The learning procedures involve video development that covers the materials, storyboard development, survey, media creation, and media implementation. Information-system development covers communicating, planning, prototyping, constructing, and implementing. The data analysis technique was qualitative analysis.

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

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196.

THE EFFECT OF COOPERATIVE LEARNING TYPE STUDENT TEAM ACHIEVEMENT DIVISION (STAD) TO IMPROVED LEARNING OUTCOME AND LEARNING MOTIVATION OF STUDENTS’
Dodi1), Imam Syafei2), Ari Indra Gunawan2)

University Education of Indonesia 1) Universty Swadaya Gunung Jati 2) 3)


Abstract

ABSTRACT

The purpose of this research is to comprehensively describe 1) learning outcome of students’ who were taught under cooperatif learning type student team achievment division (STAD), 2) learning outcome of students’ who were taught under convensional learning, 3) Difference of learning outcome of students’ between students’ who were taught under cooperatif learning type student team achievment division (STAD) and students’who were taught under convensional learning, 4) Difference of learning motivation of students’ between students’ who were taught under cooperatif learning type student team achievment division (STAD) and students’who were taught under convensional learning. This research is a quasi-experiment study that applies two learning models: STAD and conventional learning. Population of this research is all student class XI acounting in SMK PGRI 1 Palimanan Kabupaten Cirebon academic year of 2015/2016. Sampling used by purposif sampling. While the sample in this research is students of class XI AK1 as experiment class and student of class XI AK2 as control class. The result of the study shows (1) the mean of the learning outcome of students’ who were taught under cooperatif learning type student team achievment division (STAD) over from the criteria completeness minimal (CCM) and there wasn’t learning outcome of students’ under CCM. (2) the mean of the learning outcome of students’ who were taught under convensional learning over from the criteria completeness minimal (CCM) but there was some students have learning outcome under CCM. (3) there was a difference in students the learning outcome between who were taught under cooperatif learning type student team achievment division (STAD) and students who were taught under convensional learning (4) there was a difference of learning motivation of students’ between who were taught under cooperatif learning type student team achievment division (STAD) and students who were taught under convensional learning.

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

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197.

Effect Teacher’s Competence and Student’s Prior Knowledge on Improvement of Learning Outcomes
Suarman and Nurul Hikmah

Universitas Riau


Abstract

This study aims to determine the effect of teacher’s competence and student’s prior knowledge to learning outcomes. This research was conducted because of the low student’s learning outcomes in subjects Economics in SMA Negeri 19 Bandung City. The hypothesis of this study, namely, teacher’s competence and student’s prior knowledge are the determinants of learning outcomes which have a positive influence. This study uses survey method with the study population is class of XI IPS SMA Negeri 19 Bandung City, amounting to 151 students. While the sample in this study were taken as many as 110 students. Data were analyzed using multiple regression analysis. The results showed that the teacher’s competence and the student’s prior knowledge effect on learning outcomes.

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=130


198.

Developing Entrepreneur Modul Using Scientific Approach to Improve Students’ Achievement
Sulistyo1), Sholikhan2) Madziatul Churiyah3)

1) Faculty of Economics Kanjuruhan University, Indonesia
2) Faculty of Sains And Technology Kanjuruhan University, Indonesia
3) Faculty of Economics Universitas Negeri Malang, Indonesia


Abstract

This study aims to develop learning material for entrepreneur using scientific approach for twelfth grade of Marketing in the second semester to improve students’ outcomes. This study which used qualitative approach and supported with quantitative data was research and development (R&D). The model was adapted by Borg and Gall which covered: (1) Potentials and problems, (2) Data collecting, (3) Designing the product, (4) Design validation, (5) Deign Revision, (6) Product Try-out, (7) Product revision, (8) Field Testing, and (9) Product Revision. This product was validated by one media expert and material expert, and was tried out in small group of 15 students and in large group of 32 students. The data were gathered using interview guide, questionnaire, and students’ achievement. The results showed that there was difference in the average of students’ achievement between experimental class and control class. The average of the post-test was experimental class with 70.4 and control class 50.8.

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=134


199.

EFFECTIVENESS OF PROBLEM BASED LEARNING METHOD AND INQUIRY BASED LEARNING METHOD ON CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS STUDENTS BY GENDER AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT
Dr. H. Nugraha, M.Si, S.E Akt CA and Dede Azis, S.Pd, M.Pd

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

This study aims to improve student’s critical thinking skills through Problem-based Learning method and Inquiry-based Learning method on economic subjects. Aside from learning method, this research may also take internal factors of students, gender and academic achievement. The research method used is Quasi-Experimental with Between-Subject Factorial Design which uses Three Ways ANOVA. Result of the study show that 1) there are difference in effectiveness of teaching methods Problem-based Learning method and Inquiry-based Learning method in improving student’s critical thinking skills in which the method of Problem-based Learning has higher average than Inquiry-based Learning method; 2) there is interaction between Problem-based Learning method, Inquiry-based Learning method and gender on critical thinking skills; 3) there is interaction between Problem-based Learning method, Inquiry-based Learning method and academic achievement on critical thinking skills; 4) there is interaction between Problem-based Learning method, Inquiry-based Learning method, gender and academic achievement on ability to think critically.

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=137


200.

THE IMPLEMENTATION OF MOBILE LEARNING IN ALTERNATIVE LEARNING’S AT STUDENT’S ECONOMIC DEPARTMENT OF STKIP PGRI JOMBANG
KHOTIM FADHLI

UNESA


Abstract

This study aimed to clarify the application of mobile learning on student as an alternative learning in the student’s economic department of STKIP PGRI Jombang. The learner who intersects with the devices of mobile communication and internet technology has become a new trend. This trend allows the student to learn by mobile learning or better known as a mobile learning such as utilizing mobile devices and especially cell phones.
The study uses a qualitative approach through a survey. While the collection and analysis of data by discussions, interview, or observation of fact and cases, the approach uses a phenomenology. The selection of research subjects in this study uses purposive sampling. The analysis of data uses three steps; they are data reduction, data presentation, and drawing conclusion.
The qualitative searching result and processing of data are performed by researchers. And they find several conclusions student’s economic department of STKIP PGRI Jombang. (1) there are some student’s economic department of STKIP PGRI Jombang who use mobile learning, although they do not know they term of application yet, and how operate it for learning; (2) the mobile learning which is used by student’s economic department of STKIP PGRI Jombang is quite simple. Because in essence, as long as every student can learn or find a reference or an article; (3) the alternative learning by mobile learning is interesting. And moreover, based on student’s character, they prefer to play with their mobile phone than any other thing. In addition, the operation of mobile learning is simple. So every student will be able to use it as one of the supporting learning.

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=141


201.

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DIGITAL MEDIA LITERACY AND LEARNING STYLES WITH THE STUDENTS’ ACHIEVEMENT AT SIXTH SEMESTER OF ECONOMIC EDUCATION
ATI SADIAH (a*), GUGUM GUMILAR (b)

UNIVERSITAS SILIWANGI


Abstract

Student achievement is the result of student learning that must be achieved after taking the education process. In reality, in the course of economic education, there are students who still have a cumulative achievement index less than 3 while in the demand for employment at this time should be more than IPK 3. Therefore, the authors have the initiative to examine the relationship between digital media literacy level and learning style with the Student achievement, on the premise that technological sophistication now enables the students to be able to study independently with the help of technology. The research will be conducted by using survey method with correlational and simple regression and multiple regression tools

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=142


202.

THEMATIC LEARNING BASED LOCAL SEA-RESULTS TO ANSWER GLOBAL CHALLENGES
WENNY ELIES NUR FAUZIYAH

Universitas Negeri Surabaya


Abstract

This research aims to explain the benefits of local sea-results processing through thematic learning. Thematic learning is a construtivist learning by using theme as a bridge to construct the knowledge of students. Local sea-results knowledge will be important role for answering the global challenges, remembered if Indonesia is maritime country with sea-results is over. So the young generation of Indonesia must to know the benefits of managing sea-results efficiently and value-added. Through thematic learning, the pupils can interpret the economic learning with the theme of local sea-results processing. This research designed using experimental research with data sources of this research are the learning activities in X IPS. The informants in this research is teachers and pupils of X IPS. The data collecting techniques is from observation the learning activity in X IPS.

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=147


203.

DEVELOPMENT OF ACCOUNTING POCKET BOOK BASED ON E-LEARNING WITH STUDENT CENTER LEARNING APPROACH
Suci Rohayati, Han Tantri Hardini

UNIVERSITAS NEGERI SURABAYA


Abstract

The form of teaching in the current era of globalization is more emphasis on the use of technology through online systems both formal and non formal. With e-learning method of teaching process is expected to help teachers and student in providing and receiving education properly and effectively. The purpose of this development is to know the process of developing pocket book, expert feasibility and student response. Trial subjects include material experts, media experts and graphics. This development uses 4D Thiagarajan model but in this research is done until development stage. The result of the research shows that the e-learning pocket book based on the student center learning that has been developed to obtain feasible result to be used in financial accounting study based on content, presentation, language, grafik and conformity with the stages. While the student response to the pocket book e-learning based on student center learning with good criteria.

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=151


204.

HOW TO APPLY HYBRID LEARNING FOR IMPROVING STUDENTS UNDERSTANDING ABOUT REGRESSION MODEL
Muhammad Abdul Ghofur

Universitas Negeri Surabaya


Abstract

Most Universitas Negeri Surabaya economics education students find it difficult to understand the regression model in econometric courses. The result of their tests on this material indicates an unfavorable value. Implementation of hybrid learning is expected to improve students understanding of the regression model. A comparative test of student test scores is conducted on students in conventional learning class with students in hybrid learning class. This comparison is made in 2 (two) conventional learning classes conducted in 2016 and 2 (two) classes of hybrid learning conducted in 2017 with the same teachers and materials. Based on the test of analysis of variance (ANOVA), it is known that the test value of students in hybrid learning is better when compared with the value of students in conventional learning

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=159


205.

THE APPLICATION OF ARCS (ATTENTION, RELEVANCE, CONFIDENCE AND SATISFACTION) LEARNING MODEL TO INCREASE ACCOUNTING LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT IN THE VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Betanika Nila Nirbita (a)

Sebelas Maret University
Jalan Ir Sutami 31A, Jebres, Surakarta, Indonesia
nbetanika[at]gmail.com


Abstract

The objectives of research is to study and to analyze the improvement of learning achievement in accounting learning using ARCS (Attention, Relevance, Confidence, and Satisfaction) learning model in the accounting class in vocational high school. This study was a Classroom Action Research (CAR). The subject of research consisting of 32 students. The data sources used in this study were interview with informant, place or location, event, and document or archive. The data collection was conducted using observation, interview, test, and documentation technique. Data validation was conducted using source and method triangulation. Considering the result of research, it could be concluded that “The application of ARCS (Attention, Relevance, Confidence, and Satisfaction) learning model could improve learning achievement of students in accounting learning in the accounting class in vocational high school”. It could be described as follows The student learning achievement increased from 28,13% or 9 students passing KKM (minimum passing criteria) in pre-cycle to 62,50% or 20 students in cycle I and to 87,50% or 28 students in cycle II

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=161


206.

IMPROVEMENT OF PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE LESSON STUDY TEACHERS BASED ENTREPRENEURSHIP THROUGH THE BEACH AND SEA
Siti Sri Wulandari

Universitas Negeri Surabaya


Abstract

This study entitled "Improving Teacher Professional Competence Based Lesson Study Entrepreneurship through Coastal and Marine Sidoarjo". The aim of research to improve the professionalism of teachers of entrepreneurship in making a lesson plan that is tailored to the potential of natural resources the beach and the sea in Sidoarjo, is expected to create innovative products of resources results beach and the sea poured in Learning Implementation Plan shore-based and sea , The research subject of entrepreneurship teachers, amounting to 35 people. Collecting data using techniques of documentation, observation and interviews. The data analysis technique used is descriptive qualitative with quantitative approach. Analyzed through three grooves activities namely data reduction, data presentation and conclusion. From the analysis of the data the researchers concluded lesson study activities beach and sea-based potential in improving the professionalism of teachers that have an impact on improving the quality of the process and learning outcomes.

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=162


207.

FACTORS THAT AFFECT THE ECONOMIC BEHAVIOR OF STUDENTS
FAIZATULLAILAH YUSTICA CATUR MIRZADIANI

PASCASARJANA UNIVERSITAS NEGERI SURABAYA


Abstract

Behavioral economics students in terms of economic rationality as the action that reflects the tendency to act according to the principles of the economy basically was known by students since they are in the family environment or community.
The rationality of consumers are influenced by several factors such asbasic knowledge of the economic and social status of a person, the economic interest in the economic lesson.
The research was designed using a quantitative approach. Sample numbering 150 students, the collection of data is done with the now and test techniques. The results of the analysis and discussion of the following: (1) socioeconomic status parental influence on economic literacy, (2) the students interest in the subject of economic effect on basic knowledge of Economics, (3) the students interest in the subjectof economic effect on economic behavior (4) influence of basic knowledge of economics students to behavioral economics.

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=164


208.

ANALYSIS of ENTREPRENEURIAL LEARNING EXPERIENCE AGAINST the INTEREST of ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROGRAM at SMK PGRI 3 SIDOARJO
A. ABRIANI NUR

Postgraduate university of the country surabaya


Abstract

The process of change that occurs in people who are learning cannot be seen, but can be felt or seen from the presence of symptoms that seem to change their behavior, so the learning experience becomes very important needs in learning. This type of quantitative research, which is designed to analyze the experience of learning entrepreneurship entrepreneurial interest in the students of SMK PGRI 3 Sidoarjo. See existing problems, then the research is included in the category of research eksplanatori for to analyze the causal relationship between two variables. The selection of the type of research eksplanatori to test hypotheses put forward to explain the influence of the free variable (entrepreneurial learning experience) variable (interest of entrepreneurship).

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=167


209.

THE EFFECT OF INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL FACTORS LEARNING DIFFICULTIES TO ECONOMIC LEARNING ACHIEVEMENTS
Hendra Kunhardianto

Postgraduate Universitas Negeri Surabaya


Abstract

The purpose this research is analyze the factors internal and external effect of learning difficulties on economic learning achievements. The population are all students of class XI IPS SMAN 1 Ngoro Mojokerto. To take the sampel using proportional sampling technique combined with random sampling techniques and sampel size of 62 respondents. To obtain accurate data used data collection instruments, such as questionnaires and documentation. Furthermore, to process the data used formula Person Product Moment. The results of data analysis can be concluded there is a positive effect internal factors difficulty learning to the achievement of economic study and there is a positive effect of external factors on the achievement of learning difficulties demonstrated economic study.

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=170


210.

IMPROVING CREATIVE AND INNOVATIVE THINKING ABILITY THROUGH DISCOVERY LEARNING IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP SUBJECT
Dewi Enggalaras (a), Nurul Farida (b)

a. Post Graduate Universitas Negeri Surabaya
b. Post Graduate Universitas Negeri Surabaya


Abstract

Selection of the right learning model will affect the thinking process of students who will ultimately determine the learning outcomes. In choosing a learning model should take precedence over student-centered learning so that it will form a process of creative and innovative thinking that is indispensable to entrepreneurial learning. One of the learning models that can change thinking more creatively and innovatively is the discovery learning model. This study aims to see the improvement of creative thinking skills, innovative and learning outcomes after learning by using discovery learning model and conventional model. The sample selection is done by purposive sampling technique that is one as experiment class and one as control class. The results show the discovery learning model is more able to improve the skills of creative thinking, innovative and learning outcomes have increased in every round. Discovery learning can be an alternative in teaching entrepreneurship subjects.

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=174


211.

RESULT STUDY ANALYSIS OF ECONMIC GRADE PROMOTION TEST BY USING ANBUSO 6.1 SOFTWARE (CASE STUDY IN X IIS 2 OF MAN 1 JEMBER ACADEMIC YEAR 2014/2015)
ARIK KRISTANTO

UNIVERSITAS NEGERI SURABAYA


Abstract

This research conducted to analyze economic grade promotion test.This reasearch used quantitative analysis. Location methods of this research used purposive area methods namely in MAN 1 Jember.The research objects are X IIS 2 with 30 participants.To collecting data used document and interview methods.To Data Analysis used Anbuso 6.1 software consist of instrument accuration and student mastery learning.The result study consist of individual and classical result study.Individual result study achieved by minimum value criteria 75 and classical result study called succed if get>85% result.The analisys result get 37% not good,56% moderate,and 7% good instruments.The student mastery learning get 50% completed dan 50% uncompleted. The finally conclussion of this research that the study result did not describe the ability of students.

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=178


212.

THE VIEWS OF TEACHERS AND STUDENTS THROUGH THE USE OF MULTIMEDIA PRESENTATION IN LEARNING: EVIDENCE FROM SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS IN BANDUNG, WEST JAVA
Dadang Dahlan, Kusnendi, Leni Permana

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

One of the press points curriculum currently is the multimedia-based learning tool. Whether or not the purpose of using multimedia presentation is highly dependent on the views of teachers and students who are directly involved throughout the learning process. This study used a survey method involving 17 teachers and 415 students. Questionnaires are used as data collection tools as well as focus group discussions. The results showed that teachers said multimedia presentation support is necessary during the learning process with a scientific approach, but its availability is still lacking today. According to the students, the economics subject is hard to understand because it is not concrete, whereas they are easier to remember and understand the subject matter that the teacher conveys through stimuli that can be seen and heard. The use of multimedia presentations is necessary so that concepts can be simplified, and they are actively involved throughout the learning process.

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=185


213.

IMPROVING STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES AND PROCESSING DATA SKILLS ON ECONOMETRICS COURSE: CAN CYBERNETIC LEARNING THEORY-PRACTICE DO IT?
Ni’matush Sholikhah(a), Choirul Nikmah(b), Albrian Fiky Prakoso(c)

(a,b,c) Faculty of Economics Universitas Negeri Surabaya


Abstract

Cybernetic learning theory-practice on econometrics course is a learning that collaborate theoretical knowledge and practice with the support of Eviews, an information technology software. Practices undertaken in learning will be guided by student groups worksheet. The implementation of cybernetic theory-practice lessons in econometrics course aims to improve student learning outcomes and data processing skills. This study is a classroom action research with two cycles. The result showed: 1) Lecturer activity during cybernetic learning theory-practice increased by approximately 70%; 2) Students activity during cybernetic learning theory-practice increased by approximately 70% of the student attendance number 3) Student learning outcomes after applying cybernetic learning theory-practice increased showed with learning result reach approximately 75; 4) Data processing skill of students during cybernetic learning theory-practice also increases showed by LKM score approximately 75.

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=187


214.

CREATIVE THINKING SKILL MODELS (Research and Development on Economic Study in Schools)
Saiful Almujab, M.Pd.; Sri Rahayu, M.Pd.; Prof. Dr. H. Disman M.S.

Universitas Pasundan
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

This study aims to develop the creative thinking skills models to use in high school. The research is developing creative thinking models adopted from the four main characteristics of Torrances creative thinking process. Model development is done by analyzing the characteristics of Torrances creative thinking skills; Fluency that is the ability to create a myriad of ideas; flexibility, which describes the ability of an individual to view an issue instantly from various perspectives; originality, is a category of originality refers to the uniqueness of any given response and; elaboration that is the ability to decipher a particular object. The characteristic of Torrances creative thinking is then adapted to the characteristics of education developed in Indonesia. The method used is Research and Development (R&D). Phases The R & D method is developed according to the time available, the capabilities it possesses, and the needs of the research, but does not reduce the characteristics and essentialization in R&D. The steps are as follows (1) preliminary study; (2) development stage; and (3) final product determination. In this research used four data collection techniques that are observation, interview, questionnaire, and documentation analysis in the form of measurement result of creative thinking level of student. From the results of the research, the creative thinking skill models are in accordance with the characteristics of education in Indonesia and easily applied by teachers in schools so that this model can improve students creative thinking ability.

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=188


215.

INFLUENCE ISLAMIC BOARDING SCHOOL EDUCATION AND FAMILYS’ ECONOMIC BACKGROUND TOWARD SANTRIS’ READINESS TO WORK
Endah Andayani

Kanjuruhan University, at Supriyadi 48, Malang, Indonesia


Abstract

In this globalization era, there are big changes in society, every perople need to improve their working productivity at all live aspect and able to survive in competitive world, including Islamic Boarding School which is may not be lost to the normal school. As one of the non formal education, Islamic Boarding School already gave hardskill and softskill knowledge that needed by learner (santri) to face the daily lives, especially to face world of work. Aim of this research is to analyze influence between Islamic Boarding School education and economic background toward santri’s readiness to work. This research is done at Asy-Syadzili Islamic Boarding School at Pakis, Malang Regency. Data collection technique in this research is using questionnaire method and was spread to the 81 santri as sample which is there are 267 santri as the population. Using multiple linear regression analysis with using SPSS 18 for windows, it is found that Islamic Boarding School system have little significance toward santri’s readiness to work; and familys’ economic background that conclude with prosperity rate, type of familys’ job, rate of education have significance toward santri’s readiness to work.

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=192


216.

LIFE SKILL APPROACH BASED ON LESSON STUDY IN INFERENSIAL STATISTICS COURSES
Drs. Sapir, M.Si, Drs. Ir. Yohanes Hadi Susilo, M.E, Rizza Megasari M.Pd, Januar Kustiandi M.Pd, Rizky Dwi Putri, S. Pd, S.E, M.Pd

Fakultas Ekonomi Universitas Negeri Malang


Abstract

Inferential statistics require students to understand and be skilled in the advanced application of descriptive statistics in the parametric and non parametric drawings required by students to achieve competence in the formulation of models, the selection of analytical techniques and conclusions as well as the interpretation of the sample statistical test results within the scope of the development economy. The problems faced are the limited knowledge of students both in the level of concept and the direct implementation of statistical materials. Another problem found in the learning process is the lack of understanding of students both individually and in groups towards the use of statistical tools to suit the needs of the analysis. The objectives of this research are (1) to know the implementation of life skill approach based on lesson study, (2) to know the increase of positive character of student of inferential statistic through life skill approach based on Lesson Study. This research uses type of action research based on lesson study with qualitative descriptive approach. The research procedure is carried out for two cycles. Each cycle is carried out on a single subject to know the results that have been achieved by the research subject as a basis for improvement in the next cycle. Each cycle consists of three stages: plan, do, see. Based on of research, the implementation of life skill approach based on lesson study can be implemented well and able to improve the positive character of student.

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=202


217.

DIGITAL STORYTELLING LEARNING MEDIA DEVELOPMENT BASED ON THINK PAIR SHARE AS EFFORTS TO IMPROVE THE ABILITY OF CRITICAL THINKING FOR STUDENTS
Dini Ayu Lestari, Siswandari, C. Dyah S. Indrawati

Magister of Economic Education, Universitas Sebelas Maret Surakarta
Surakarta, Jawa Tengah, Indonesia.
email: diniayulest[at]gmail.com


Abstract

The purpose of this research is to develop digital storytelling learning media in the form of website storytelling as an effort to improve critical thinking ability of high school students. One of the learning models that educate students to think critically is the think pair share model. According to previous research, digital storytelling has an effect on increasing students critical thinking skills.

The method used in this research is the method of Research and Development applying media for students in class X on economic subjects in class X SMAN 5 Tanjung Jabung Timur. This study is examined by the steps of the preliminary research procedure, the development and testing stage. Data analysis technique used in this research is simple descriptive analysis. This study compares the pretest Post test results to find out the results of the study. This research is expected to improve students critical thinking ability in economic learning

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=218


218.

The Effect of Problem Based Learning and Motivation on Macroeconomics Learning Outcome
Dede Ruslan

Medan State University


Abstract

This study aims to investigate: (1) the difference of learning outcomes model is in between students taught using PBL and direct teaching method, high and low motivation; (2) the effect of interaction between learning method and motivation on learning outcomes; (3) the difference of learning outcomes between students taught using PBL and direct teaching method in terms of motivation. This is experimental research with two way ANOVA. The conclusion of this study are : (1) the macroeconomics learning achievement of students with high level of learning motivation who using PBL model is higher than who using direct teaching method, (2) there were effects of interaction between PBL model, direct teaching and learning motivation on macroeconomics learning outcome, (3) the macroeconomics learning outcome of the students with low level learning motivation who were tauhgt using PBL model is insignificantly different than those who were using direct teaching.

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=222


219.

Improving Students Understanding of Concept Through Collaborative MURDER (Mood, Understand, Recall, Digest, Expand, And Review) Learning Model : An Experimental Study
Ai Nur Solihat (a*), Dede Kurnia (a)

Economic Education Department, Universitas Siliwangi
Jl. Siliwangi 24 Tasikmalaya 46115 – Indonesia
ainursolihat[at]unsil.ac.id


Abstract

The investigation was conducted through quasi experimental method to the treatment class and control class. Techniques of collecting the data were writen test, observation, and questionnaire distributed by the teacher to the students. The data were analyzed by using Wilcoxon’s Matched Pairs Test and Mann Whitney U-Test calculated by SPSS 23 application program. The research result reveals that there is significant influences on students’ understanding of concept on both classes taught by implementing Collaborative MURDER Models and conventional models before and after treatment. Furthermore, there is a different level of students’ understanding of concept on both classes taught by implementing Collaborative MURDER Learning Models and conventional models after treatment.

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=224


220.

THE DEVELOPMENT OF A COMIC-BASED ECONOMICS E-BOOK AS LEARNING MEDIA
Aang Kurnia, Baedhowi, Heri Sawiji

Sebelas Maret University


Abstract

This research aimed to describe the feasibility of a comic-based economy e-book developed based on feasibility assessment resulting from validation conducted by lecturer, economics teacher and from student assessment. The procedure of e-book development employed Borg and Gall’s model and conducted up to small-scale (limited) stage only. The instrument of collecting data used was questionnaire. Considering the result of assessment, it could be found that the comic-based economics e-book developed was feasible to use. The percentage feasibility obtained score of 100% (very feasible) based on the media expert’s validation, 100% (very feasible) on linguist’s, 96% (very feasible) on material expert’s, 100% (very feasible) on economics teacher’s validation and 90.96% (very feasible) on student assessment. From those result, it could be concluded that the comic-based economics e-book developed was feasible to use as learning media.

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

PermaLink: http://iceee.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=229


221.

DEVELOPING PROBLEM BASED LEARNING MODEL BASED ON TUTORIAL VIDEO AS AN EFFORT TO IMPROVE STUDENTS’ ACHIEVEMENT IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN GRADE XI IN VOCATIONAL SCHOOL (SMK) EMPAT LIMA SURAKARTA IN 2017
Kanzul Aini Hadikatul Ilmi1 ,Siswandari, Djokosantoso

Sebelas Maret University


Abstract

This research aimed to produce: 1. obtain a model of learning problem based learning-assisted video tutorials that have met the eligibility criteria to be used in the learning process, 2. testing the effectiveness of learning problem based learning-assisted Video tutorial is effective to improve the learning results of entrepreneurship class XI in vocational school (SMK) Empat Lima Surakarta. This research use approach to research and development (R&D).
Research development of model procedures multimedia-assisted video this tutorial uses procedures Borg ang Gall presented into three steps namely introduction, development and testing. The preliminary study was done with the study of literature and the study of the field. Field studies carried out with the analysis of curriculum, teachers, school facilities and infrastructure, the environment and the characteristics of the students. Engineering data collection done by the spread of the now, observation, interviews, documentation and tests. Data analysis techniques used during the development of the descriptive analysis is the analysis of the feasibility of the media learning based on the validator or expert judgement and analysis of the effectiveness of using t-test.
Based on the results of the descriptive analysis of media video tutorial has been declared worthy of use. It is based on the results of the assessment of the media expert of 85% with the category "very good", a material by 90% by category "very good", linguists of 100% with a category of "very good", and practitioners of 100% with a category of "sanga". Based on the assessment carried out by a team of experts (the expert judgement) it can be concluded that the media learning video tutorials developed has met the eligibility criteria so that the media can be used in the learning process of entrepreneurial subjects. Based on the effectiveness of the Test done at vocational school Empat Lima Surakarta improved student learning outcomes in the classroom experiments amounted to 33.9 from 49.38 became 83.28.
Next to prove the effectiveness of the learning problem based learning model-assisted video tutorials developed done in class experiments with controls and classes provide pre-and post-test test earned value significance of 0.482 > 0.05, whereas in t hitung obtained the number of 0707 < 1,693 (t table) on the results of pre-test obtained average value of experimental class of 49.38 and control classes of 51.21 whereas the results of the assessment of post-test obtained average value of experimental class of 83.28, while a control group of 76.82. This shows that the average value of experimental class was higher compared to the control group. next test-t obtained on the value significance of 0.001 < 0.05, whereas in thitung obtained the number of 3.437 > 1.693 (t table). so that H0 is rejected and the H1 is accepted and can be concluded that there is a significant difference between the results of the experimental class students and grade control at the time of the post-test. Based on these data it can be concluded that the model of learning problem based learning-assisted video tutorials are effective for improving student learning outcomes.

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

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DEVELOPMENT OF COURSE LEARNING DEVICES ASSESSMENT OF ECONOMIC LEARNING RESULTS BY USING APPROACH CONTEKSTUAL TEACHING AND LEARNING (CTL) DI STKIP PGRI SUMBAR
sumarni and sri wahyuni

STKIP PGRI SUMATERA BARAT


Abstract

The Research Titled: Development Of Course Learning Devices Assessment Of Economic Learning Results By Using Approach Contekstual Teaching And Learning (CTL) Di STKIP PGRI Sumbar The problem in this research is the lack of learning tools in the course of Assessment of Economic Learning Results like: SAP, Silabus, RPS, and Teaching materials, So that the lecturer who teaches this subject difficulties in teaching the lecture material. Therefore it is necessary to develop learning tools using the CTL approach.
According to Aqib (2013) Said that the CTL approach Is a learning concept that helps teachers relate between the material taught to the students real situation And encourage students to make between the knowledge they possess and its application in their lives.
The model used in this study is a model of development that developed Thiagaran (1974) And modified by Trianto (2010). Instruments used; Instruments of validity, practicality and effectiveness instruments. Data were analyzed quantitatively and qualitatively.
Based on the above problems, the development of Learning Tool Course Assessment of Economic Learning Using Approach Contekstual Teaching And Learning (CTL) Required to provide interesting and varied learning for students.

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

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THE DEVELOPMENT OF DIGITAL COMIC AS ACCOUNTING LEARNING MEDIA IN THE MATERIAL OF WRITING BANK RECONCILIATION REPORT FOR THE 11TH GRADERS OF SMK MUHAMMADIYAH 3 GEMOLONG
Yuliana FH, Siswandari, Sudiyanto

Universitas Sebelas Maret


Abstract

This research aimed to produce accounting digital comic learning media in the material of Writing Bank Reconciliation report for the 11th graders of SMK Muhammadiyah 3 Gemolong. This study was a Research and Development referring to Borg and Gall’s development model modified by Sugiyono. Comic as one of students’ favorite reading sources could be used as learning media. The prototype design of accounting digital comic has been validated by expert judgement with the following score: 80.67% from media expert, 79% form material expert, 100% from linguist, and 78.89% from practitioners. Thus, based on the expert assessment and validation, this accounting digital comic obtained percentage of 84.64% on average and belonged to very good category based on the media feasibility criteria. Thus, this accounting digital comic media could be tried out in the next stage and used in accounting learning process in SMK Muhammadiyah 3 Gemolong.

Topic: Teaching, learning, media, and assessment in economic education

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