The 4th AICEDC 2018 “Economy for Sustainable Development”


The growth and socio-economic progress of society as well as changes in the structure of the Indonesian economy has two important urgency; First, people who are in the middle and lower class increasingly require a comprehensive social protection with regard to welfare; second, the potential increase in the gap between groups of low-income, middle and top. This is the background of the importance of social protection systems to meet the basic needs and improve access to basic services for the people who are in the middle and lower class as well as keeping the poor from social and economic shocks that might occur. In order to reduce the economic gap, it was need for expansion of access to employment opportunities and sources of economic activity, especially in suburban and rural areas so that people can meet their needs.

In order to overcome social inequalities both between regions, between rural and urban areas, the government implemented a development paradigm known as “Membangun dari Pinggiran” which is means that the construction carried out from lagging regions and rural areas. The Government believes that rural-based development is very important and necessary to strengthen the country’s economic fundamentals, accelerating poverty alleviation and reduction of disparities between regions. The solution of the social dynamics that occur, the village became a strategic region in initiating change.

In that context, the sources of economic growth should be driven to the rural areas so that the village an attractive place as a place to live and make a living because it is seen to give the opportunity for greater prosperity. Rural infrastructure, such as irrigation, transport facilities and infrastructure, electricity, telephone, education, health and other means necessary, should have a better feasibility and evenly in order to increase rural development can be realized to achieve the developed and developing villages.

In accordance with the mandate RPJP 2005-2025 and Vision and Mission of the President, the main goal (impact) is set at the poverty rate to 7 to 8 percent in 2019. The target for achieving development can be enjoyed by the whole society are:

  1. Increasing labor-intensive investment so able to absorb and expand decent employment opportunities for the poor
  2. Increased access to micro and small businesses to develop the skills, mentoring, capital, and technology development.
  3. The establishment of partnership between government, local government and private / state / enterprises in developing capacity and skills of the communities in order to improve people’s livelihoods.
  4. Availability of facilities and infrastructure to support the quality of economic activity.
  5. The increase in coverage of basic services include legal identity, educational facilities, health, basic infrastructure, and economic means inclusive for disadvantaged communities, including persons with disabilities and the elderly.
  6. Increasing social protection, productivity, and fulfillment of basic rights for people less fortunate.

Ending poverty (end poverty in all its forms everywhere) is the first point in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 2030. Although the economy has grown significantly in the last two decades, Indonesia still faces the toughest challenge, namely poverty and inequality. Since 1999 the poverty rate has dropped more than half became 10.86 per cent in March 2016. The achievement is good, but according to data from the Central Statistics Agency still 28.01 million people living below the poverty line. In fact, in some provinces, such as in eastern Indonesia, poverty rates exceeded the average national rate.

In addition to successfully reduce poverty, economic growth also affected the growth of the middle class. It is estimated that, in 2020 the number reached 135 million middle class people. Unfortunately, growth has been enjoyed by 20 percent of high-income people than 40 percent of low-income people. The consumption level of low-income only grew less than 2 percent per year (2003 to 2010), while 10 percent of high-income levels of consumption grew 6 percent.

This prompted an increase in the Gini coefficient calculation within the last 15 years. BPS noted, the Gini coefficient index per March 2016 stood at 0,397 after the previous year stood at 0.408.

Related to that, SDGs agenda implemented by the government should not just focus on how to reduce poverty, but also a strategy for reducing disparities or gaps. Challenges faced SDGs will be much more severe than the MDGs. The government has a more severe challenge here, not only the substance of poverty and inequality, but also from the technical side. Globally, the United Nations set their 17 goals, targets 169, and 240 indicators in the SDGs. Far more numerous and complex when compared with 8 goals, 18 targets and 48 indicators of MDGs. Moreover, Indonesia has formulated the national indicators are far more than that has been set by the UN, the 323 candidate indicators SDGs.

One of the key issues in the implementation of SDGs is the availability of data. Actually, national indicators that have been developed, there are actually a lot of data that is not owned by the government so that the process of monitoring and evaluation would be difficult in the future. It took a strong political commitment both from the legislates and the executive in order to prepare these data. Then the strategic positioning of population issues in poverty reduction efforts can be seen that population policy can directly reduce poverty. Population policy is in a position to create an environment where poverty reduction policies could be done better.

If poverty is defined as a result of over population, so the population control becomes important in order to facilitate poverty reduction. In addition, changes in population structure for control efforts helped create windows of opportunity or demographic bonus. The population of productive age with a high number of low dependency burden into an opportunity progress of the nation.

The poverty problem is also often interpreted as a result of the imbalance between the number of residents with development resources provided. Java is already too crowded, but the implementation of the policy of transmigration in the past was not relevant to the present. Thus, the necessary policy direction of mobility of the population the right to maximize the utility as well as to the management of economic resources.

In addition to the quantity of people and the mobility and distribution of the population, poverty often also related to the development aspects of the family and the quality of the population. Basically, population policy can effectively support poverty alleviation if population data accurate, current, and comprehensive regional coverage was available.



The name of activities is “The 4th Annual International Conference on Economic in Developing Countries (AICEDC) 2018 with the theme “Economy for Sustainable Development”. The sub-themes as follows:

  1. Monetary Economics and Policy
  2. Economic Growth and Fiscal Policy
  3. Poverty Inequality
  4. International Trade and Finance
  5. Urban and Rural Livelihoods
  6. Natural Resources, Environment and Sustainable Development
  7. Sustainable Fisheries and Food Security
  8. Industrial Economics and Infrastructure
  9. Human Capital and Labor Market
  10. Islamic Economics and Finance
  11. Agribusiness Economics
  12. Small Business Enterprises
  13. in Tourism and Creative Economy


The Agenda of 4th AICEDC 2018

Date                : Saturday, October 6th 2018

Place              : Faculty of Economics and Business – University of Jember

Time Agenda Place
07.00 – 08.00 Registration FEB-UNEJ
08.00 – 08.30 Opening Ceremony Multimedia Room, FEB-UNEJ
– National Anthem (Indonesia Raya)
– Rationale of Conference by Head of Committee
– Welcome Remarks by Vice Rector 1 of University of Jember
– Invocation
08.30 – 09.30 Keynote Address by Keynote Speaker Multimedia Room, FEB-UNEJ
Prof. Iwan Jaya Aziz
Cornell University, USA
09.30 – 09.45 Coffee Break Room 1, Room 2
  Plenary Session Multimedia Room, FEB-UNEJ
Moderator: Adhitya Wardhono, Ph.D
09.45 – 10.15 Speaker 1
Associate Prof. Junichiro Takahata, Ph.D
Dokkyo University, Japan
10.15 – 10.45 Speaker 2
Associate Prof. Dr. Tamat Sarmidi
The National University of Malaysia
10.45 – 11.15 Speaker 3
Prof. Dr. Ir. Akhmad Fauzi, M.Sc
Bogor Agricultural University
11.15 – 12.00 Discussion
12.00 – 13.00 Lunch and Entertainment by Patrol Music “The Legend” and Acoustic Room 1, Room 2, Room 3
13.00 – 16.00 Parallel Session Parallel Class Room (Pasca 01 – Pasca 10)
16.00 – 17.00 Coffee Break and Entertainment by Tanoker Ledokombo and Jember Fashion Carnival (JFC) The Plaza of FEB UNEJ
17.00 – 17.15 Recognition and Awarding of Best Presenter The Plaza of FEB UNEJ
17.15 – 17.25 5th AICEDC 2019 Announcement by Teguh Dartanto, Ph.D (Head of APSEPI) The Plaza of FEB UNEJ
17.25 – 17.30 Closing Remarks by Dean of FEB – UNEJ The Plaza of FEB UNEJ
17.30 Photo Opportunity, End of Program The Plaza of FEB UNEJ


Session Chair:
Dr. Djoni Hartono, S.Si, ME
Faiq Faiz Azmi
Pasca II.01
Title of Paper Presenter
Competitiveness Of Poultry Rabbits In Jakarta (Study On Livestock Farmers In Jakarta) / Competitive Advantages Of Breeding Rabbits In Jakarta ( Study On Live Farmers In Jakarta ) Sylvia Sari Rosalina (1), Eko Sembodo (2) (1) Universitas 17 Agustus 1945 Jakarta, (2) Universitas Respati Indonesia
Flypaper Effect And Economic Growth In Solo Raya Binar Syabani Wulandari Universitas Sebelas Maret Surakarta
Elevating Fisherman Welfare: Designing Patterns Of Marine Governance Lailatus Sah’ro, Maulana Surya Kusumah, Agus Trihartono, Hary Yuswadi University of Jember
Quality Control of Stone Plate Products: Case Study: Industrial Craftsman Plates Stone-Indonesian Jember Rudi Hartono, Siti Nurainul Jannah, Mitha Istia Mulyadewi, Desi Fatmawati University of Jember
Performance And Ownership In Relation With The Initiation Of Dividend Policy Desmintari UPN “Veteran” Jakarta
The Dynamics Of Indonesia Inflation In Response To Exchange Rate Shocks  Eni Supriyanti, Sebastiana Viphindrartin, Zainuri University of Jember
The Strategy Of Business Development Of Terasi Puger With Value Chain Analysis Imam Suroso, M. Silahul Mu’min, Dyah Wulandari, and Kiky Indah Sari University of Jember
Analysis of Internal Control and Accounting Information of Sales in Alfamart Branch of East Bekasi Danty Ajeng Dwiyani, Erna Hernawati Universitas Pembangunan Nasional Veteran Jakarta









Session Chair:
Devanto Shasta Pratomo, Ph.D
Yoga Pury Anggara
Pasca II.02
Title of Paper Presenter
Village Funds and Development in Indonesia : The Role of Social Capital Irin cahyawati, Sebastiana Viphindriartin, Zainuri University of Jember
The Analysis Effect Of Economic Growth And Investment On Income Inequality In Indonesia Yunus Kurniawan, Wahyudiono University of Jember
 Authority in Migrant Labour Problems / existence of actors authority in migrant labour problems Anita Kristina University of Trunojoyo Madura
Compensation Of Natural Resources Fund And Urbanization: Analysis Ekc of Water Pollution Provincial In Indonesia/Fiscal Policy, Urbanization and Education : Analysis of EKC Provinsi in Indonesia Priyagus Mulawarman University
The Impact Of The Fiscal Policy On Economic Growth In Indonesia: Panel Vector Autoregressive Analysis Inayatur Robbaniyah , Nofita Wulansari University of Jember
Do Economic And Non-Economic Factors Impact On Per Capita Income In Indonesia?: Panel Data Approach Rizqi Ulfa, Malik Cahyadin Universitas Sebelas Maret
Agribusiness For Rice Commodities In Organic Food Systems To Support Food Security Soetriono, Djoko Soejono, Dimas B. Zahrosa, Ariq Dewi Maharani University of Jember
Contribution And Effectiveness Ease Smoke To Earnings Of Genuiness Area  North  Province Sulawesi  Of The  Year 2014-2018 Alzefin Yolandi Roos Mareike Sinolungan Manado State University












Session Chair:
Selamet Joko Utomo, S.E,  M.E
Dimas Ardiansyah
Pasca II.03
Title of Paper Presenter
Analysis of Human Capital Quality Indicators on the Welfare of Nine ASEAN Countries during 2008-2015 Periods Ganesha Zaki Kautsar, and Nurul Istiqomah Universitas Sebelas Maret
The Role of Banking Agencies and Village Crediting Institutions of Economic Growth Inclusion in Bali Province Made Suyana Utama, Nyoman Djinar Setiawina, Made Agung Rahrja Universitas Udayana
The Impact of Infrastructure On Strategic Sectors Expenses For Poverty: The Case In ASEAN 4 Suryaning Bawono, Ati Musaiyaroh, Fawaid Hasan, Panji Tirta, Ida Kurnia University of Jember
Evaluation of Readiness of Rural Tourism: Case Study of Dangean, Gedangan Village, Cepogo Sub-District, Boyolali Bayu Grendo Sigarete, Halim Ahmad, and Ferita Nelindya Ariana Ambarrukmo Tourism Institute Yogyakarta
The Challenges of the Existence of Lurik Weaving in Klaten Regency, Central Java Bayu Grendo Sigarete, Halim Ahmad, Riskika Aulia Suci, dan Novi Rahayu Ambarrukmo Tourism Institute Yogyakarta
The Influence Of GDP Revenue to Total Tax Revenue In Indonesia In The Year Of 1988-2017 Indri Arrafi Juliannisa and  MB. Nani Ariani Universitas Pembangunan Nasional Veteran Jakarta
Supply Chain Risk Control Framework In Coffee Commodity Deki Zulkarnain, Septi Intan Purnama Sari, Puji Wahono University of Jember











Session Chair:
Prof. Tatang Ary Gumanti, Ph.D
Robby Pratama
Pasca II.04
Title of Paper Presenter
The Influence of Interpretative Media in order to Change the Tourist Behavior of throwing garbage in Breksi Cliffs, Sleman, Yogyakarta Halim Ahmad and Bayu Grendo Sigarete Ambarrukmo Tourism Institute Yogyakarta
Rural Electrification Development To Enchance  Human Development  Index  In Majalengka District Tete Saepudin, Hadi Fredian Universitas Pasundan
Empirical Studies The Sustainability of The Subsector Fisheries On The Coastal Of Regency Banyuwangi (Perspective Of Sustainable Development) Herman Cahyo Diartho and Darwin Eka Indriyana University of Jember
Cultural, Social, Personal, and Psychological Factors on Influencing Purchasing Decisions of Citra Hand and Body Lotion at Students in The City of Jember Sudaryanto, Ella Hailil Afida, Deasy Wulandary University of Jember
Implementation Of Blog Site As A Media Campaign And Internet Business For The Small And Micro Medium Enterprises- Case Study : Krukut’s Village, Depok City Sugianto,  Yul Tito Permadhy,  Indri Arrafi Juliannisa Universitas Pembangunan Nasional ” Veteran”  Jakarta
Nation Aging And Development Dilemma Sebastiana Viphindrartin , Zainuri University of Jember
Culture & Bargaining Power Influence on Schooll and Working Participation of Child in East Java Faishol Amir, Khusnul Ashar, Devanto Shasta Pratomo Brawijaya University









Session Chair:
Dr. Etty Puji Lestari, S.E, M.Si
Ananda Mukti fauziah
Pasca II.05
Title of Paper Presenter
Coastal Community’s Economic Empowerment Through The Processing Mangrove Fruits With Minapolitan Agribusiness Concept (Case Study of Mangrove Baros Conservation Area, Tirtohargo, Kretek, Bantul, Special Region of Yogyakarta) Agung Slamet Sukardi, Bimo Rizky Samudro Universitas Sebelas Maret
Empowering Indonesia and Mauritius Investment Based on LQshift LQshare Analysis and Policy on Tax Haven Country Ratri Ardianto, Sebastiana Viphindrartin, Zainuri University of Jember
The Dynamics of Changing Comparative Advantage In ASEAN-4: Flying Geese Model Iis Dwi Permatasari,Regina Niken Wilantri,  Endah Kurnia Lestari University of Jember
Analysis Leading Indicator Of Exchange Rate And Fundamentals Economy In Indonesia Fara Dila Sandy, Eni Supriyanti University of Jember
Depth/Gap of Poverty And Influential Variables In Bali Province A A I N Marhaeni, I Ketut Sudibia, Ni Nyoman Yuliarmi Udayana University
Assessing of The Impact of Governance and Institutions on Poverty Alleviation: Study Case in Indonesia Badara Shofi Dana, Sebastiana Viphindrartin, Zainuri University of Jember
Evaluation Of Program Innovation In Village Credit Institution (Case Study of “Wariga: Investment As Family Heritage” Program of Bedulu Village Credit Institution In Gianyar Regency, Bali) Ida Ayu Nyoman Saskara, A. A. I. N. Marhaeni, Ni Nyoman Yuliarmi Universitas Udayana













Session Chair:
Dr. Duwi Yunita Sari
Nur Fauziyatul Khairiyah
Pasca II.06
Title of Paper Presenter
Study Of Sugar Cane Farming As A Perspective Of Sugar Cane Production Development In Situbondo Regency Duwi Yunitasari, Nanik Istiyani, Endah Kurnia Lestari University of Jember
Analysis Influence Of Economic Variable To Agricultural Land In Java Island And Non Java Island Miranda Luftisari(1), Duwi Yunitasari(1), Sebastiana Viphindrartin (1), Yudhistira (2) (1) University of Jember; (2) University Abdurachman Saleh Situbondo
Competitive Sector And Transformation Of Economic Structure In Tuban Regency (2010-2015 Period) Hidayatul Hanifah, Riniati, Fivien Muslihatinningsih*, Lusiana Ulfa H University of Jember
The Synergy Model of Baitul Maal wa Tamwil (BMT) with Village-Owned Enterprises (BUMDES) as an Alternative for Strengthening Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises in Rural Communities in East Java Arif Rachman Eka Permata, Diah Wahyuningsih, Zainal Afifi Trunojoyo University
The Analysis Of Rice Trade System By Institutional Approach (study: Puncakarya Village Ajung Subdistrict Jember Regency) Anifatul Hanim, Siti Nur Azizah, Ivana Rosediana Dewi University of Jember
The Effect of Government Expenditures and Inflation on Employment with Economic Growth as Intervening Variable in Indonesia 1997-2015 Nurma Kamelia Suryantoro, Siti Komariyah, Badjuri University of Jember
Endogenous Factors for Financing Rationing on Sharia Banking in Indonesia Diah Wahyuningsih Trunojoyo University
Rethinking Money Stability: Shifting Value and Transformation of Money Zainuri, Sebastiana Viphindrartin University of Jember









Session Chair:
Yulia Indrawati, S.E, M.Si.
Halimatus Sa’diyah
Pasca II.07
Title of Paper Presenter
Competitive analysis on a Tuna’s cold chain in East Java: some policy options Dias Satria Brawijaya University
Village Funds and its Impact on Poverty Alleviation in Kulon Progo Regency Rina Oktavia, Latri Wihastuti Gadjah Mada University
Influence Of Economic And Institutional Factors  On Foreign Direct Investment In Asia-Pacific : Panel Data Approach/Analusis of The Influence of Economic and institutional Factors on Foreign Direct Invesment Tunjung Sekar Laksmi Pandhit dan Siti Aisyah Tri Rahayu Universitas Sebelas Maret
Portfolio Formation and Portfolio Return Modeling in Indonesian Capital Market Renea Shinta Amainda Universitas Padjajaran Bandung
Effectiveness of Household-Based Poverty Programs: Lesson Learn From Indonesia Luh Gede Meydianawathi, Ni Putu Wiwin Setyari Universitas Udayana
Business Efficiency of SMEs: DEA Approach Tia Putri Ariyani and Malik Cahyadin Universitas Sebelas Maret
Perceptions and Preferences of Traditional Merchants toward Business Financing Sources Rizka Khoirunnisak, Wahyudiono University of Jember
The Urban Mobility, Socioeconomic, And Transport Option in Developing City Candra Aji Kusuma, Multifiah, Wildan Syafitri Universitas Brawijaya








Session Chair:
Dr. Siti Aisyah Tri Rahayu, S.E,  M.Si
Wahyu Alfa Omega
Pasca II.08
Title of Paper Presenter
Analysis of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Program Strategy Jasa Marga (Persero) Tbk Against Schools in Kampung Dukuh Kramat Jati Jakarta Timur Nurminingsih, Adriansyah Universitas Respati Indonesia
Sustainable development strategies for Small, Micro, and Medium Enterprises (SMME) Using SWOT: A case study of SMME in Banyuwangi and Tulungagung Regencies in East Java Province Shofwan, Nurul Badriyah and Marlina Ekawaty Universitas Brawijaya
The Potential of Earnings Management on Wealth Transfer of Society and Managers Retno Indah Hernawati, Imam Ghozali Universitas Diponegoro
Model of Acceleration of Halal Industry Development through Implementation of Sharia Law in Indonesia Ajeng Sonial Manara (1), Arif Rachman Eka Permata (2) (1) Airlangga University and (2) Trunojoyo University
Comparative Analysis of Electronic Procurement and Conventional Proucurement at the Coordinating Ministry for Political, Legal and Security Affairs Irma Puspita, Eko Sembodo, Tri Suratmi Universitas Respati Indonesia
Environmental Quality And Economic Growth In Indonesia: Vector Autoregressive Approach Nofita Wulansari, Sebastiana Viphindrartin, Zainuri University of Jember
The Impacts Of Inbound Tourism Activities And Macroeconomic Variables On Environmental Degradation In Asean-4 Ekan Widiarso, Regina Niken Wilantari, Agus Luthfi University of Jember








Session Chair:
Dr. Moh. Adenan, M.M.
Ayu Almira Cahyaningrom
Pasca II.09
Title of Paper Presenter
Design System Information Accounting Sales And Supplies In Roti Baba Jember Faiq Qotur Rohmana, Aisa Tri Agustini, Bunga Maharani University of Jember
G20 impact on industrial development in Indonesia Lutfiah Cahya Firdani, Ni Wayan Shintya, Anggraini Dwi, Mohammad Adi Kurniawan, Ahmad Iqbal Pamungkas University of Jember
Regional Development Planning Through The Government’s Participative Role, Case Study : Cibadak and Bojong Cae Village- Banten’s Province-Indonesia. Sugianto,Yul Tito Permadhy, Indri Arrafi Juliannisa Universitas Pembangunan Nasional ” Veteran ” Jakarta
Enviromental Impact Of The Proceesing Industrial Activities In Central Java Elok Fatia Kirana and Evi Gravitiani Universitas Sebelas Maret
Determinant Of  Stock Return (Study on   Cosmetics and Household Firms) Isti Fadah,  Hevi Fitriani, Ana Mufidah, Yustri Baihaqi University of Jember
Does Human Capital Investment on Demography Bonus Promote Indonesia GDP per capita? Dien Dadeka Vebrianti, Sebastiana Viphindrartin, Zaenuri University of Jember
Porter’s Value Chain Analysis in the Flat Stone Industry as The Determination of Efficiency Strategy Desita Natalia Gunawan, Desi Fatmawati, Priandini Rahmawati Pratiwi University of Jember












Session Chair:
Intan Nurul Awwaliyah, S.E, M.Sc.
Fegi Clarista
Pasca II.10
Title of Paper Presenter
Relationship of International Trade and Energy Consumption To Economic Growth In Indonesia 1980-2014 Harris Eka Sidharta, Lilis Yuliati, Teguh Hadi Priyono University of Jember
Shares And Bonds In International Trade Kiki Aprilia Tiningsih, Sebastiana Vipindhriartin, Zainuri University of Jember
Balinese Culture and Poverty: Multidimensional Perspectives Ni Putu Wiwin Setyari, I Komang Gde Bendesa, Ida Ayu Nyoman Saskara Universitas Udayana
Analysis of Regional Economic Growth and Inflation in Indonesia MB Ariani (1), Ferry Hadiyanto (2), Yayan Satyakti (2), Indra Y. Mambea (2) (1) UPN Veteran Jakarta, (2) Universitas Padjadjaran
Determinant Factors Of Third-Party Funds In Islamic Commercial Banks of Indonesia, 2010-2017 Agusti Nia Aghnawati and Malik Cahyadin Universitas Sebelas Maret
The Impact of Macroeconomic Indicators on Village Funds in Central Java Province: Panel Data Approach Lely Ratwianingsih, Malik Cahyadin, Sutomo Universitas Sebelas Maret
Different Test Between Companies That Pay and Do Not Pay Dividends Initiation to Stock Returns Desmintari Universitas Pembangunan Nasional “Veteran” Jakarta