How Does the Global Economy Crisis Influence in Managing Investment in Indonesia

Authors

  • Enggal Sriwardiningsih Binus University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.21512/tw.v13i2.660

Keywords:

economy crisis, investment, government's efforts, investment outlook

Abstract

July 2007 is the beginning of the world’s subprime mortgage crisis. Since then, the world’s liquidity crisis occurred and never found any solution until now. The liquidity crisis began to spread from developed countries to poor countries, developing countries and emerging markets with two channels. This contagious crisis made growing economy and emerging economy fell. No country in the world survived, including Indonesia. This paper discussed the management of investments in Indonesia. It started from the spread of global crisis to Indonesia and its impact on investment in Indonesia. Then, we discussed the government's efforts to encourage investment. The last was the view of the investment for the next three years (2010-2014)

Dimensions

Plum Analytics

Author Biography

Enggal Sriwardiningsih, Binus University

Management Department, School of Business Management

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Published

2012-09-28
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