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Hermanto Siregar
Jurnal Manajemen & Agribisnis , 2004,
Abstract: In line with the Prebisch-Singerhypothesis, it is found that the Indonesian farmer terms of trade in aggregatefollowed a negative trend. Spatially, this tendency was mainly the case for theWestern Part of Indonesia, whereas in the Eastern Part of the country,especially in some Sulawesi and Kalimantan provinces, the farmer terms of tradeincreased significantly. This shows a potency to properly expand theagricultural sector in these provinces without risking the relative welfare offarmers to decline. Thus more agricultural development efforts should bedevoted to these regions. The net barter terms of trade for agriculture, whichmay be seen as a proxy of relative welfare of farmers with some accesses toexport/import market, on the other hand, generally depict a non-negative trend.This suggest that in average this group of farmers, or perhaps a group ofagricultural exporters, was less severaly affected by the crisis or crisis-likeevents than the peasant farmers. Therefore, systematic development program,which should be more than a rescue-short-term-demand-side program, is neededwith a main aim to stabilize the relative welfare of the peasant. The analysisalso suggests that Indonesiaagricultural exports are supply determined, which means that eliminations ofsupply bottlenecks and technological advancement leading to a lower unit costrelative to price received are necessary to undertake.
Hermanto Siregar,Arief Daryanto
Jurnal Manajemen & Agribisnis , 2005,
Abstract: To some extent there was a change of Indonesia’s export in term of product diversification and countries of destination. From the market side , however, there was no change at the composition of nine biggest export destination in the period of 2002-2004. This shows that there was sluggishness in making adjustment and overcoming constraints in trade. Indonesia needs to diversify the market dan the export products further. Foreign direct investment factor per se can not push the diversification. This factor need to be accompanied by economic stability, as well as taking care of the various internal and external constraints.
Strategy for Non-Performing Financing Management in Sharia Banks Based on Economic Sector of Financing  [PDF]
Moch Hadi Santoso, Hermanto Siregar, Dedi Budiman Hakim, Mulya E. Siregar
Open Journal of Business and Management (OJBM) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/ojbm.2019.72025
Abstract: This study aims to determine the strategy for non-performing financing management on financing in Islamic banks based on the economic sector of financing. This study was specifically carried out at the BRI Syariah Bank in the period 2010 to 2017, using the Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) in determining its handling strategy with the involvement of nine experts as respondents with the background of three people from Islamic bank practitioners, three people from the profession academics or lecturer staff, and three people from the sharia banking authority or regulator. In the formulation of strategies for handling non-performing financing in financing, it is divided into five levels, namely level 1) goal, level 2) economic sector, level 3) factor, level 4) actor, level 5) program. The results showed that the economic sector that needs attention with a high level of importance is the trade, restaurant and hotel sector with a weight of 0.197, followed by the construction sector with a weight of 0.189 and the industrial sector with a weight of 0.168. An important factor that needs attention regarding non-performing financing is the handling of NPF with a weight of 0.243, followed by bank rating of the bank—a risk profile with a weight of 0.217 and Indonesia’s economic growth with a weight of 0.148. The actors who play an important role in handling non-performing financing are directors with a weight of 0.300 followed by work units with a weight of 0.178 and economic conditions with a weight of 0.144. The most important non-performing financing management program is intensive collection with a weight of 0.340, then the restructuring with a weight of 0.312 and collateral sales with a weight of 0.151.
Hermanto Siregar,Widyastutik Widyastutik,Heti Mulyati
Jurnal Manajemen & Agribisnis , 2008,
Abstract: Aloe vera’s industry is an important plant for the development of social, economy and environment. Bogor sub province is one of the area target for improving aloe vera small enterprise in Indonesia. The objective of his study is to analyze the impact of aloe vera enterprises on the social, economy and environment. The results showed that 14 desa in 9 kecamatan has potency to development of aloe vera’s enterprises. There are Kecamatan Kemang, Rancabungur, Bojong Gede, Pamijahan, Cibungbulang, Parung, Darmaga, Cijeruk dan Caringin. The sex of 91,30persen respondent is male, the background of education is dominated by Senior high school (38,89persen). The area of planting is 0.25 - 5 Ha. The effect of social is labor absorbent to reduce unemployment. The worker of Aloe vera was domitaned by the worker from outer family. The other effect improves earning distribution, saving and consumption community. The downstream industry of aloe vera were harvest and post harvest tools/machines and fertilizers. The upstream industry were aloe drinks, aloe foods, the raw materials for cosmetics and pharmacies. 85persen of Aloe planting produced solid wastes but it can be degradable and used for fertilizers.
Sugiyanto Sugiyanto,Hermanto Siregar,Endriatmo Soetarto
Jurnal Manajemen & Agribisnis , 2008,
Abstract: This research purposes are (1) to analyze communities perception about land certificate, (2) to analyze determinant factors of communities perception toward systematic land registration, (3) to analyze the impact of systematic land registration toward communities social economic conditions, and (4) to formulate policy implication which can be improved from execution of systematic land registration and its impact to communities social economic conditions. This research used descriptive statistic and inferensia statistic method through survey approach. Primary data collected using structured interview with questionnaire guidelines from 100 respondent with purposive sampling from Curug Village and Sukatani Village in Cimanggis Subdistrict on Depok Regency. This research used range criteria, ordinal logistic regression, Mann-Whitney Test. The results of this research were: (1) communities perception about land certificates represent that certificate perceived very important for strongest evidence of land ownership, safety, easier sell, higher price. While, land certificate perceived important in credit collateral; (2) factors which significantly influencing communities perception toward systematic land registration were time, cost, and procedure of registering land ownership; (3) the impact of systematic land registration toward community social economics condition were land owner safety, land sell amenity, land price and land tax; (4) The systematic land registration is a feasible project, but need improvement in: giving high priority for area with productive agriculture and population with low income, project well planning, optimizing of counselling, prohibiting illegal fee with giving punishment and giving reward for countryside officer which have the vital role
Trias Andati,Hermanto Siregar,Bonar M. Sinaga,Noer Azam Achsani
Jurnal Manajemen & Agribisnis , 2012,
Abstract: This research attempts to analyze the effect of financial liberalization to Q-Tobin ratio of Basic and Chemical industry and Banking sectors. Using annual data of 52 listed company’s financial report from 2002 to 2009, the results show that the financial liberalization variables i.e. Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and Investment Portfolio has negative effect on Q-Tobin of Basic and Chemical Industry and Banking sectors. The increase of the financial deepening variables has positive effect on Q-Tobin of Basic and Chemical Industry and Banking sectors. SBI (Sertifikat Bank Indonesia) and Money Supply has negative impact on Q-Tobin, while loan interest rates has positive impact on both sectors. The average of net fixed asset investment of two sectors has the same pattern of Q-Tobin values, and increased from 2002 to 2009, while at the year of 2008, Q-Tobin of all sectors experienced decreasing due to financial crisis. Furthermore, there should be a corporate financial performance indicator such as leverage ratio, to prevent short term investment of FDI. Capital Market’s regulation, should be considerate a sectoral policy in portfolio investment, to prevent from financial global crisis. Corporation of two sectors could give more attention on capital structure while analyzing the company’s investment decision. Keywords: Q-Tobin Ratio, Financial Liberalization, Investment, Panel Data
Andam Dewi,Hermanto Siregar,Sri Hartoyo,Adler H. Manurung
Jurnal Manajemen & Agribisnis , 2011,
Abstract: Study about efficient market hypothesis is a common object for many financial researchers. Nevertheless, there are still limited studies about futures contract market particularly in the emerging market. The purposes of this study were to test the weak form efficiency of the Olein futures contract in the Jakarta Futures Exchange and to seek factors that can affect the fluctuation of Olein futures contract price. ARIMA and GARCH models were used as the basis for the analyses. Results of the study indicated that using weekly data, the weak form efficient market (random walk) hypothesis was rejected for the Olein futures contract in the Jakarta Futures Exchange, meaning that the market was in efficient.This implies that some one will be able to outperform the market using technical analysis for predicting future price changes. Furthermore, using monthly data, the fluctuation of Olein futures contract returnis influenced significantly by interest rate, exchange rate and CPO price. Keywords : Jakarta Futures Exchange, Efficient Market Hypothesis, ARIMA, GARCH
Dudi S. Hendrawan,Arief Daryanto,Bunasor Sanim,Hermanto Siregar
Jurnal Manajemen & Agribisnis , 2011,
Abstract: This study aims to determine an alternative subsidy model and distribution system of fertilizer in Indonesia. The purpose of the research in details are to create a framework of fertilizer subsidy policy, analyze factors that are affecting the fertilizer subsidy policy, and to select the best alternative subsidy model and distribution system of fertilizer. Analitical methods used to answer these purposes is by using the Analytic Network Process (ANP) which is also supported by literature study, focus group discussions and interviews with expert respondents. The result concludes that the conditions that affect fertilizer subsidy policy is the economic condition, The main priority of the fertilizer subsidy objective is availibility of fertilizer, the most prioritized fertilizer subsidy is the subsidy for inorganic fertilizer, Ministry of agriculture is the most important actors in the implementation of the fertilizer subsidy policy, and the most important factor considered in choosing a fertilizer distribution system is supervision. The choice of fertilizer subsidy policy in Indonesia is the indirect subsidy model through the manufacturer and its distribution system is conducted by the manufacturer to the farmer. Keywords : Subsidy Policy, Fertilizer Subsidy, Fertilizer Distribution, ANP
Sugimin Pranoto,Syamsul Ma'arif,Surjono H. Sutjahjo,Hermanto Siregar
Jurnal Manajemen & Agribisnis , 2006,
Abstract: The development implemented throughoutall this time still reveals an unbalanced development between the urban andrural area. This has occured due to the development policy that is lessfavorable toward the development of rural areas causing various problems of imbalances (inequalities) ofwelfares among the regions. In addition, the failures of development in therural areas have caused backwash effect, and the domination of capital marketand welfares have been mostly possesed by the urban dwellers. The conditionof rural communities have become moredeteriorated, poorer, and the level of unemployment becoming higher. Thedevelopment of agropolitan (agro-based area development) is expected to providepositive impact in the effort to empowering the rural community, reducingpoverty, and supporting rural economic activities that are environmentallyoriented. This study aims to develop a sustainable rural policy through theagropolitan development model, based on regional analysis, insitutional analysis(ISM), and dynamic system. The agropolitan development is relatively able toimprove the income per capita of the rural population. Dynamic system analysisshowed that the agropolitan model follows the basic pattern of Archetype Limitto Success, with production growth as a leverage factor of the dynamic model.Thus, the policy orientation to improve people's welfare is a policy that ableto improve the quantity and quality of products in a sustainable manner. Theresult of analysis of institutional aspect showed key factors that supportsuccessful agropolitan development which are skilled human resources, businesspartnership and marketing, and the performance of institutions that provideinput. The major constraints faced are small size land ownership and productiveagriculture land conversion, extension services agencies that are not yeteffective, low quality of human resources, business behavior change not easy,and low support of capital institution.
Wiwiek Rindayati,Bunasor Sanim,M Parulian Hutagaol,Hermanto Siregar
Jurnal Manajemen & Agribisnis , 2007,
Abstract: The implementation of fiscal decentralization in accordance with Law No 32/2004 regarding local government and No. 33/2004 regarding inter-government fiscal relationship was considered as the new era management and local goverment budgets. The objectives of this study are (1) to analyze factors affecting regional fiscal performance, regional economy performance, poverty ond food security performance, (2) to evaluate impact of fiscal decentralization policy on poverty and food security in West Java.The descriptive analysis and simultaneous econometrical models were used in this study, using pooled time series data of 1995-2005 and cross section data of 13 kabupaten estimated using the 2SLS method. The result of the study shows that the DAU was the source of 68 persen of regional income.The routine expenditures were the largest regional expenditures (77 persen). The policy of increasing wages of agricultural has affectively increased food security and poverty alleviation in West Java.
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