The Effect Of Monetary Variable Movement And Export Level To Employment Opportunities In Indonesia

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Andri Soemitra, Rifki Ismal, Kamaruddin, Irvan Murizal, Yochi Elanda, Iskandar Muda, Azhari


This study was purposed to determine the short-term and long-term relationship of monetary variable movement to employment opportunities in Indonesia. The variables used are interest rates, exchange rates, inflation and exports as independent variables, while the employment opportunities as dependent variable. The analysis process used error correction model (ECM). The data used in this study were from 1997 to 2019. The results of the study showed that partially export was the variable that had an influence on employment opportunities in Indonesia. However, simultaneously in the short and long term relationship, all variables affect the employment opportunities in Indonesia. The study of opportunities per business sector is the main interest for further researchers.


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