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Scirj Volume IV, Issue XII, December 2016 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796


Publication starts: 25th December 2016
Full Paper available from: 25th December 2016


The Influence of R & D Investment & Human Capital towards Indonesian economic Growth Rate to Address the Asean Economic Community
Nur Fatwa, BuyungSarita, ZainuddinSaenong, Muh. YaniBalaka, Gamsir

Abstract: This research aims to find out if there is a positive and significant influence among Research & Development (R&D) investment and Human Capital (HC) towards Indonesia's economic growth rate. This research is quantitative research, where research data used are secondary data in time-series about the amount of R&D investment, HC and Indonesia's economic growth data that comes from the Central Bureau of statistics, Indonesia's financial data that is already published by the Ministry of finance, the Ministry of research & technology, Ministry of agriculture, the Ministry of education, the Ministry of industry and BKPM data, as well as the published data by others financial institutions in Indonesia. The methods used in the analysis of data using multiple linear regression analysis using Eviews 8.0. The results showed that investment in Research & Development (R&D) and Human Capital has a positive and significant impact on the growth rate of the Indonesia’s economic in 2000-2013.
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Libyan Political Conflict: Effects on Higher Education Development
Dr. Ageila Ali Elabbar

Abstract: Teachers are the conveyers of ideas, practices, and they are the source of knowledge to their learners. Libyan University Teachers (LUTs) are doing that in a challenging context to students whom education process is not stable, at the same time as they (both LUTs& Students) are doing it in a difficult cultural and governmental conditions. LUTs are constrained, as teaching is an activity in which the extent to which the teacher can decide what they are going to do is limited because of the way that things are decided. Libyan English as a foreign language (LEFL) teachers may have extra issues and constraints in that they cannot use a lot of the techniques that teachers of other subjects may use. This is because they have to work in a language that is not native to their learners. Then, if the teacher is not a native speaker either, it will be another constraint. Libyan English as foreign language university teachers (LEFLUTs) may have additional constraints than, for example, an Italian teacher teaching English to Italian students.
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The Social and Economic Characteristics of the Street Vendors in Bandung and Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Zarida

Abstract: The street vendors plays important role in many cities of Indonesia. However, studies that examine the social and economic characteristics of these business activities are limited. For this reason, this study aims at discussing the social and economic characteristic of the informal sector in two cities of Indonesia. These two cities are Bandung in the province of West Java and Yogyakarta, in the province of DI Yogyakarta. The method used to collect the data and information is by using questionnaires and in-depth interviews. The number of sampled in this survey was 100. The study found that most of the street vendors have educational background less than senior high school. They mostly come to the cities partly because of difficulty to get jobs in rural areas. In addition, the source of capital to establish the business activity was from their own source. The daily profit earned from this business activity is mostly for the daily needs and almost no respondents are able to save their income from this business activity. The government faced dilemma to assist these business activities as they may be able to push the growing rural urban migration. Therefore, much remain to be done by the government to seek better solutions for the large number of the street vendors in both cities of Bandung and Jogyakarta under surveyed in particular and in Indonesia in general.
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