Studies in Economy and Public Policy

Studies in Economy and Public Policy (SEPP) is an academic journal that publishes original research papers, reviews, and case studies related to various issues in economy and public policy. Studies in Economy and Public Policy welcomes submissions of well-written manuscripts to be double-blind-peer reviewed and published periodically. Furthermore, Studies in Economy and Public Policy (SEPP) is aimed at providing a media to disseminate theoretical and practical knowledge in economy and public policy through scientific publication. In addition, this journal is published by Goodwood Publishing.

Studies in Economy and Public Policy (SEPP) is an academic journal that publishes original research papers, reviews, and case studies related to various issues in economy and public policy. Studies in Economy and Public Policy welcomes submissions of well-written manuscripts to be double-blind-peer reviewed and published periodically. Furthermore, Studies in Economy and Public Policy (SEPP) is aimed at providing a media to disseminate theoretical and practical knowledge in economy and public policy through scientific publication. In addition, this journal is published by Goodwood Publishing.

Published
2022-06-27

Articles

Ownership rights and ASEAN-5 economic growth

Purpose: The basis of this opinion is that human resources, property rights and physical capital and other factors of production that are used effectively can encourage an increase in economic growth. Research methodology: Panel data is the data used in this study with the best method, namely the Common Effect Model obtained from the Eviews 9.0 analysis tool. Result:  Based on the calculation results show that the Right of Ownership (IPR), the ratio of labor, and foreign investment have a positive and significant effect on economic growth. That is, if the GPA increases by one percent, it will encourage economic growth in a better direction, ceteris paribus. Early Growth has a positive and significant effect on economic growth. This means that there is economic convergence as indicated by a positive initial growth value. Limitations: The need to increase the time and number of cross-sections in the study so that it has a higher diversity of data. Contribution: Increasing property rights in ASEAN must also strengthen property rights norms that apply in society to improve the country's economic performance.