Perbedaan Pendapatan Pekerja Sektor Ekonomi Hijau Studi Kasus: Kerajinan Rotan dan Pakaian Jadi di Palembang

Yunisvita, Yunisvita (2015) Perbedaan Pendapatan Pekerja Sektor Ekonomi Hijau Studi Kasus: Kerajinan Rotan dan Pakaian Jadi di Palembang. In: Proceeding Sriwijaya Economic and Business Conference 2015, 27-28 November 2015, Ikatan Sarjana Eknoomi Indonesia .

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      In Indonesia, there are nine core sectors related to the environment which is "green jobs" (green jobs is an activity to process natural resources in a sustainable manner by using it effectively and efficiently without an impact hazard to the environment and human life), namely agriculture, forestry, fisheries, mining and energy, manufacturing, construction, transport, tourism and waste. Specialized in the manufacturing sector, identified thirteen subsectors including clothing and rattan. Estimation with OLS methods results,40.9 percent of the variation in clothing labor wage can be explained by the independent variables included in the model, while rattan labor wage is 29.2 percent. Age, experience and occupation have a positive and significant relationship only with clothing labor wage, but no significant in rattan labor wage. Based on the different test, it can be concluded that statistically there is no difference between clothing and rattan labor wage. 95% believed that the wage difference are between Rp 404,669.94 and Rp 454,937.90. Thus adding arguments different test results that there was no difference in the average income of clothing and rattan workers

      Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
      Uncontrolled Keywords: green jobs, wage difference, Age, Experience, Occupation
      Subjects: H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
      H Social Sciences > HB Economic Theory
      Divisions: Faculty of Economics > Department of Economics and Development Studies
      Depositing User: Muchtar Indana
      Date Deposited: 27 Apr 2016 16:00
      Last Modified: 27 Apr 2016 16:00

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