Hasanuddin Review on Sustainable Development https://journal.unhas.ac.id/index.php/hirosd <p>Hasanuddin Review on Sustainable Development (HiRoSD) is managed by the SDGs Center of Universitas Hasanuddin. This journal is published twice a year, in April and October. The scope of the discussion covers social economic issues which are related to the sustainable development. HiRoSD has been registered on the International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) for an online media since the Volume 1 Number 1 April 2023. Its ISSN’s number is 2986-4569</p> SDGs Center, Universitas Hasanuddin en-US Hasanuddin Review on Sustainable Development 2986-4569 The Demand of E-Money as a Source of Financial Growth https://journal.unhas.ac.id/index.php/hirosd/article/view/30361 <p class="Normal tm5"><span class="tm6">This study aims to analyze the variables of income, administrative costs, age, length of time using E-Money, and gender on requests for using E-Money in Makassar City. The data used in this study is primary data obtained through a questionnaire survey given to E-Money users in Makassar City via the Internet in the form of a Google Form. The data analysis method used is multiple linear regression. Based on the results of this study, it appears that income has no significant effect on the demand for the use of E-Money in Makassar. Furthermore, the results of the research on administrative costs show a significant negative effect on the demand for the use of E-Money. Then, the results of the study of the age variable also showed a significant negative effect on the demand for the use of E-Money in Makassar City. The old variable of using E-Money showed a significant positive effect on the demand for the use of E-Money in Makassar City. Meanwhile, gender shows a significant negative effect on the demand for the use of E-Money in Makassar City.</span></p> Sri Rahayu Rahmatia Rahmatia Hamrullah Hamrullah Andi Arya Setiawan Junior Copyright (c) 2023 Hasanuddin Review on Sustainable Development 2023-11-01 2023-11-01 1 2 1 19 Employment Opportunities in Indonesia: The Effect of Investment and Inflation https://journal.unhas.ac.id/index.php/hirosd/article/view/30380 <p>This study attempts to examine the impact of investment and inflation on job opportunities in South Sulawesi province (the case of a regency and 4 cities). The path analysis with the secondary data was used as the analysis method. In this study, the dependent variable is employment opportunities. Independent variables are investment and inflation, and the<br />intervening variable or mediating variable is the economic growth. The research findings reveal that the investment has a significant impact on economic growth and employment opportunities, while the inflation has no impact on economic growth and employment opportunities. Thus the<br />economic growth has no impact on employment opportunities.</p> Abdul Rahman Razak Sabir Sabir Tia Aulia Annida Maulidya Ridwan Copyright (c) 2023 Hasanuddin Review on Sustainable Development 2023-11-16 2023-11-16 1 2 20 37