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The Affects of Capital, Labor, Science and Techonology on Economic Growth of Daklak Province from 2011-2016 (Published)

Nowadays, economic growth is one of the central issues that attracting attentions of many countries in the first development stages (Edelstein Dan, 2015). As one of five provinces in Tay Nguyen, located in the border development triangle of Cambodia – Laos – Vietnam, Dak Lak has a strategic position of three countries in terms of politics, economy, society, national security and defense, ecological environment (Politburo, 2011).In the development process, Dak Lak has been exert to maintain a stable economic growth rate in many years, so it has increased the quality of people’s living (Politburo, 2011). However, in the development process, the economic has still grown in width, many potential have not been discovered and utilized effectively, the infrastructure is backward and the competitiveness is very low. In order to help the leaders have general, in-depth understanding about economic growth, the study based on methodology of meta-analysis, descriptive analysis and inferential analysis to evaluate the contribution of capital, labor and science and technology on the economic growth of Daklak province. From study results, the paper suggested some recommendations for promoting economic growth in the province.

Keywords: Capital, Cobb-Douglas, Icor, Labor, Tfp, economic growth

Spatial Dimension of Regional Economic Growth in Sumatera Island (Published)

This study aims to examine and analyze the influence of economic growth determinants and economic growth spillover on the economic growth of the regencies/the cities in Sumatra Island. This study uses a quantitative analysis model of Moran’s I Global, Spatial Autoregressive Model (SAR) with weighted matrix of six and eight in the neighboring areas. The determinants of economic growth are explained by labor, human capital, catch-up technology, market potential, agricultural sector contribution, industrial sector and service sector. Based on the analysis of Moran’s I, the spatial dependence of economic growth between regencies/cities is significant in Sumatra Island. Based on SAR model, it is concluded that the spillover of economic growth, labor, contribution of agriculture sector, service sector and market potential have positive and significant influence; the contribution of industrial sector has positive but insignificant influence; while human capital and catch-up technology have negative and significant influence on the economic growth of a regency/city in Sumatra Island.

Keywords: : Human Capital, Catch-Up Technology, Contribution Of Agriculture Sector, Labor, Market Potential, Moran's I, Service Sector, Spatial Autoregressive Model (SAR), The Spillover Of Economic Growth

Economic Implications of Tomato Production in Naushahro Feroze District of Sindh Pakistan (Published)

In the present study, attempt was made to explore the economic implication of tomato in Nausharo Feroze Sindh. For this purpose 60 growers were selected from different villages of District Naushero Feroze of Sindh province during the year 2013 using survey method of study. The data on various costs, physical and revenue productivity were collected from 60 randomly selected tomato farmers. Result revealed that the education level of selected growers was in order of 25.00% primary (5years), 36.66% of middle (8years), 16.66% matriculate (10years) 3.33% educated from college and university, 1.70% graduate the 18.33% of tomato respondents were illiterate. Results further indicate that farmers incurred an average per hectare fixed costs. Rs 33187.00 include Rs 700.00 for land tax, Rs 32487.00 for rent of land. The results revealed that tomato farmers incurred an average per hectare cost of Rs 19780.75 as labor cost. An average per acre marketing cost of 30457.65 on tomato capital input used, and an average per acre marketing cost was Rs. 4191.73 On an average per acre spent a total cost of production of Rs. 87617.13. An average per acre Physical productivity was 186.00 in mounds. An average per acre Revenue productivity was Rs.158750.00 and the Net income was 71133.00 an availed input output ratio 1:1.81 it means that with the investment of Rs.1.00 in tomato enterprises they yielded Rs.1.81. The cost benefit ratio of the cultivation of tomato at 1:0.81 it means that the tomato growers fetched Rs.0.81 on each rupee investment of tomato. The poor production implies that the soil quality, inadequate canal water, insect pest and poor extension services could be the causes this low production. The empirical result indicates that significant increase in input of tomato in the study area could be traced mainly to use of latest technology.

Keywords: Cost, Labor, Net Returns, Tomato, and cost-benefit ratio., fruit yield

CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF LABOR UNREST IN JUTE MILLS OF KHULNA DIVISION IN BANGLADESH: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY (Published)

Bangladesh is eminent for jute production and earned a big amount of foreign currency by exporting jute and jute products but the jute industry of Bangladesh has been in continuous problems. Among them one of the major problems is labors unrest. This research is about the causes and consequences of labor unrest in Jute mills. Study looking at the major causes and consequences of labor unrest in jute mills in the light of socio-economic framework, looking at the irregularities and mismanagement of the mill authorities, and also tried to look at the current situation of trade union in jute mills. A huge number of people are working in the jute mills in our country that are mostly from lower income group. They are leading a miserable life because of their insufficient wages and other facilities. They have faced serious problems to maintain their family with this little income. In this regard the study tried to explore the socio-economic conditions of the workers. The study was conducted in some selected jute mills of Khulna division. The study has been conducted mainly in quantitative method and followed an interview schedule for collecting the data. 306 samples were selected purposively. Semi-structured questionnaire was used for conducting interview. Study found most of the workers are agitate because of dissatisfaction on salary, fringe benefits and working condition and outcome is unexpected mainly low productivity and frequent change of trade union leadership.

Keywords: Causes, Consequences, Labor, Social and Economical Impact, Unrest

Causes and Consequences of Labour Unrest in Jute Mills of Khulna Division in Bangladesh: An Empirical Study (Published)

Bangladesh is eminent for jute production and earned a big amount of foreign currency by exporting jute and jute products but the jute industry of Bangladesh has been in continuous problems. Among them one of the major problems is labors unrest. This research is about the causes and consequences of labor unrest in Jute mills. Study looking at the major causes and consequences of labor unrest in jute mills in the light of socio-economic framework, looking at the irregularities and mismanagement of the mill authorities, and also tried to look at the current situation of trade union in jute mills. A huge number of people are working in the jute mills in our country that are mostly from lower income group. They are leading a miserable life because of their insufficient wages and other facilities. They have faced serious problems to maintain their family with this little income. In this regard the study tried to explore the socio-economic conditions of the workers. The study was conducted in some selected jute mills of Khulna division. The study has been conducted mainly in quantitative method and followed an interview schedule for collecting the data. 306 samples were selected purposively. Semi-structured questionnaire was used for conducting interview. Study found most of the workers are agitate because of dissatisfaction on salary, fringe benefits and working condition and outcome is unexpected mainly low productivity and frequent change of trade union leadership.

Keywords: Causes, Consequences, Labor, Social and Economical Impact, Unrest