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JURNAL EKONOMI PEMBANGUNAN merupakan jurnal ilmiah yang berisikan hasil penelitian dan kajian teoritis mengenai masalah-masalah ekonomi dan pembangunan, khususnya di Indonesia. Diterbitkan oleh Balai Penelitian dan Pengembangan Ekonomi Fakultas Ekonomi Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta.

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Chief Editor/Ketua Penyunting: Didit Purnomo

The Board of Editors/Dewan Penyunting: Bambang Setiaji; M. Wahyuddin; Yuni Prihadi Utomo; Daryono Soebagiyo; Maulidyah Indira Hasmarini; Agung Riyardi; Sutomo; Waridin.

Language Editor/Penyunting Bahasa: Zainal Arifin

Administration/Pelaksana Tata Usaha: Ngatono

Publication frequency/Periode Terbit: 2 kali dalam setahun pada bulan Juni dan Desember

First published/Terbit Pertama: Juni 2000

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