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Analysis of Global FDI and GDP – Linear Regression Model ISSN:2277-9655

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES & RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY
ANALISYS OF GLOBAL FDI AND GDP – LINEAR REGRESSION MODEL

Ahmad Subagyo
Lecturer Management of STIE GICI Depok – Indonesia

ABSTRACT

The aim of this study was to examine the relationship theoretically global Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) to the global GDP of all countries in the world. This study emphasizes the relationship between global GDP and global FDI in all countries in the world, whether in theory has a coherent nature with theoretical expectations. Multiple linear regression analysis applied in this study. According to the results of linear regression test the evolution of global FDI in terms of changes in global GDP in 2014 is inversely proportional to the existing theories. The results of this study may help us to describe the linear relationship between the variables studied. Linear regression models estimated proved to be one of the characters right, because it has a high ratio of determination R2 = 0.002, so that almost 2% FDI is explained by the independent variables included in the model. Based on all the comments made following the analysis of global GDP using the regression model, concluded that this indicator is strongly influenced by changes in the global GDP. The results obtained from this study little theory has not been in line with expectations.

KEYWORDS: GDP, FDI, linear regression.
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.46538

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The Saving and Loan Coopratives Model In Indonesia ISBN: 978-974-231-888-8

THE SAVING AND LOAN COOPERATIVES MODEL IN INDONESIA
Ahmad Subagyo
STIE GICI Business School, Indonesia

ABSTRACT

Cooperatives have played a significant role especially for the poor people in the Micro, Small, and Medium sized Enterprises (MSMEs). Saving and Loan cooperatives in Indonesia have been in existence since the Dutch colonization in the 19th century to provide alternative financial services for the poor and needy people to help themselves. The purpose of this study is to (1) describe the current practices of saving and loan cooperatives in Indonesia (2) review the patterns and the common themes in the current practices to classify them into several business models; (3) make the list of the participants and stakeholders related to saving and loan cooperatives in Indonesia; (4) map the positioning of saving and loan cooperatives in the landscape of microfinance institutions in Indonesia. Seven business saving and loan cooperative models are highlighted in this study, namely – Credit Union, Quasi Credit Union, Quasi Bank, Joint Liability (Group Lending), Sharia-based Cooperative, Saving and Loan Unit, and Partnership. This study applied comprehensive methodology approaches including case studies (qualitative method) and surveys (quantitative method). All the seven featured cooperatives have developed some type of supervision and reporting procedures. In general, policy making is done through Annual Members Meeting (RAT) with a representation system, while operational decisions are made by operational staff in consultation with Management Board, and Supervisory Board. The study found that all the seven cooperatives promote transparency and accountability in their profit sharing policies.

Keywords: Credit Union, Quasi Credit Union, Quasi Bank, Joint Liability (Group Lending), Sharia-based Cooperative, Saving and Loan Unit, Partnership, Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs). Annual Members Meeting (RAT)

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