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Title: Simulasi Dampak Kebijakan ACFTA dengan Menggunakan Angka Pengganda Social Accounting Matrices
Authors: Saraswati, Birgitta Dian
Fevriera, Sotya
Ariyani, Yayuk
Keywords: ACFTA;SAM multiplier;import tariff
Issue Date: 13-Dec-2011
Publisher: Fakultas Ekonomika dan Bisnis Universitas Kristen Satya Wacana
Abstract: ACFTA that had been implemented since 2005 and fully implemented in 2010 has negative and positive impact for Indonesia. The purpose of this paper is to simulate the impact of ACFTA on Indonesian economics. The simulation is done by using SAM multiplier of Indonesia from year 2005. The choice of using this data instead of Indonesia 2010 input-output tables is because simulation using input-output will only show the impact on production sectors. Using SAM, it can also be shown the impact on the welfare of the economics actors such as labors, capital owners, households, firms and the government. Limitation of additional data that is needed to simulate the shock make the simulation can only be done to show the negative effect of ACFTA. The negative effect is simulated by cutting of the import tariff to zero for agriculture and electronic commodities, and commodities from food and textile industry. The simulation shows that all production sectors and commodities in domestic market get negative impact. Almost all of the economics actors also get negative impact, except for the firms. This indicates that there are many importers in domestic market. This condition could threaten domestic commodities or production sectors
Description: Proceeding Call for Paper "Enhancing Indonesia's Competitive Advantage in the Global Economy", Fakultas Ekonomika dan Bisnis UKSW, 13 Desember 2011, p. 141-152
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