Investigating the Effect of the Increase in Living Costs on the Age of Marriage in Iran (2021-2022)

Mohammad Lashkari; Farahnaz Jahanbakhsh

Volume 10, Issue 4 , April 2023, , Pages 240-259

  This article examines the effect of the increase in the cost of living on the age of marriage in Iran. Age of marriage, reproductive age and number of children are used as dependent variables and income, unemployment and living expenses are used as independent variables in this article. The required ...  Read More

Factors Affecting Income from Fish Pindang Businesses in Mlaten and Kedawang Villages, Pasuruan Regency, Indonesia

Ade Herawan; Agnes Quartina Pudjiastuti; Nur Ida Iriani

Volume 9, Issue 11 , November 2022, , Pages 719-733

  People of Pasuruan Regency seize market opportunities for fishery commodities by conducting fish pemindangan (processing) businesses. The study aims to analyze factors that affect income of the fish pindang business in Mlaten and Kedawang Village, Pasuruan Regency. The research respondents were all fish ...  Read More

Income Determinants of Dairy Cattle Farmers Participants in the Insurance Program in Ngajum District, Malang Regency, Indonesia

Retno Furi Sekarsari; Agnes Quartina Pudjiastuti; Cakti Indra Gunawan

Volume 9, Issue 5 , May 2022, , Pages 286-299

  Livestock businesses have various risks of death that can occur due to accidents, natural disasters, and disease outbreaks. To anticipate the risks that occur, the government seeks to help farmers through agricultural insurance, including the cattle and buffalo business insurance program (AUTSK= Asuransi ...  Read More

Tax on Forgiven Debts: Fiji Income Tax Act Vs Islamic Perspective

Shivneil Raj; Mohammed Riaz Azam

Volume 7, Issue 6 , June 2020, , Pages 363-369

  An uncollected tax is a debt to the state. In Fiji, individuals’ pay income tax if they earn more than FJD$30,000 under the Income Tax Act 2015 (ITA). Thus, the purpose of this paper is to critically evaluate the stand of debt forgiveness by the lender to the borrower in the Fiji Income Tax Act ...  Read More

Determining Factors for Dairy Income in Ngantang District, Malang Regency

Dwi Rachmat Anung Wibowo; Agnes Quartina Pudjiastuti; Cakti Indra Gunawan

Volume 7, Issue 2 , February 2020, , Pages 113-122

  Smallholder dairy farms in Indonesia are still traditional in nature, where breeding management is simple and productivity is low, so that income is also small. This study aims to analyze the determinants of dairy cow business income. Population in this study were all of the dairy farmers from 3 (three) ...  Read More

Income Factors Determinant of Livestock Cattle Programs Special of Multiple Cow Funds in Malang District, East Java Province

Carlos Kusnindar; Agnes Quartina Pudjiastuti; D Dyanasari

Volume 6, Issue 9 , September 2019, , Pages 686-695

  Beef cattle business in Indonesia is traditional and small-scale so that its productivity is relatively low. Solutions by government include improving reproductive performance through Special Efforts for Obligatory Bovine Cattle (Upsus Siwab = upaya khusus sapi indukan wajib bunting). The aims of study ...  Read More

Bamboo Supply Chain in Dalisodo Village Malang Regency

Pina Ekalypta; Agnes Quartina Pudjiastuti; Amir Hamzah

Volume 5, Issue 8 , August 2018, , Pages 658-667

  The use of bamboo is growing as raw material for various industrial purposes so categorized as the main support of the village community economy. This study aims to analyze: 1) mechanism of bamboo supply chain of bamboo, 2) value added of bamboo supply chain actors, 3) factors that influence the income ...  Read More

Factors that Determine Income of Porang Farming on Community Forest Land

Sri Asih; Agnes Quartina Pudjiastuti; Kgs. Ahmadi

Volume 5, Issue 8 , August 2018, , Pages 668-677

  Porang is an under utilized plant which is a source of glucomannan which is widely used in medicine industry, food and beverage, cosmetics, adhesive/glue and others. The demand for dry chips or chips for export in one year reaches 10,000 tons, while Indonesia can only meet about 4,000 tons, so it still ...  Read More

Growth Thresholds and Environmental Degradation in Sub-Saharan African Countries: An Exploration of Kuznets Hypothesis

Oyeniran Ishola Wasiu; Babatunde Kazeem Alasinrin

Volume 2, Issue 8 , August 2015, , Pages 858-871

  This study investigates the presence of environmental Kuznets curve (non-linear relationship between pollution and the per capita income) in Nigeria, Ghana, Cote d’Ivoire, Mali and Senegal and Gabon. In the study, pollution is regressed on per capita income, squared per capita income, trade intensity, ...  Read More

Determinants of Off-farm Activity Participation among Cotton Farmers in Punjab, Pakistan

Muhammad Amjed Iqbal; Qing Ping; Umar Ijaz Ahmed; Adnan Nazir

Volume 2, Issue 7 , July 2015, , Pages 707-718

  The study was conducted to determine the aspect affecting the farmer in taking part in off-farm activities in three cotton growing districts of Punjab province, Pakistan. Since off-farm activities have become an imperative part of income strategies among rural families in developing countries like Pakistan. ...  Read More

Investigating Relationship between Trade and Income Inequalities

Monireh Dizaji; Arash Ketabforoush Badri

Volume 1, Issue 1 , August 2014, , Pages 1-14

  This paper investigates the relationship between trade and regional income inequalities in the period 2001-2010 using panel data for 18 selected developing countries. The results show that trade has a significant and negative effect on regional income inequalities, so that an increase of 1 percent of ...  Read More