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Volume ume7 Number Volume 7, Issue 1 January 2023 Year 2023

11 articles in this issue 

Maret Priyanta,Cut Sabina Anasya Zulkarnain

Infrastructure development is the top priority of the Indonesian government. The development of transportation network infrastructure is expected to support the growth of national and international economies by connecting regions and opening public and co... see more

Pags. 1 - 18  

Iwan Satriawan,Tareq Muhammad Aziz Elven,Tanto Lailam

In recent years, there has been an increase in the use of harsh censorship in several parts of the globe, notably Africa and Asia. In some cases, the shutdown may be justified, but in other cases, it is driven by the political interest of the regime. The ... see more

Pags. 19 - 46  

Salah Mohammed Almasabi,Hasai Bin Mohd Ali,Hazlina Shaik MD Noor Alam

Single Person Companies (SPCs), known as One-Person Companies (OPCs), are a revolutionary concept and a new invention in the field of international company law. This study aims to investigate the meaning of OPC and how it is used in three different contin... see more

Pags. 47 - 61  

Ikhsan Lubis,Tarsisius Murwadji,Sunarmi Sunarmi,Detania Sukarja

This paper tries to show how Indonesian economic law has evolved via the emergence of the cyber notary idea. Notaries engage in various everyday tasks and activities in the fantastic world development, such as giving the clients the finest service possibl... see more

Pags. 62 - 72  

Mohammad H. Bashayreh,Amer Tabbara,Fadi N. Sibai

Artificial intelligence (AI) has risen to legal debate over legal liability in-volved in an incident. An intelligent machine can learn through experience and adapts its decisions accordingly. As such, if an intelligent machine’s be-haviour causes harm, th... see more

Pags. 73 - 86  

Nur Rochaeti,Mujiono Hafidh Prasetyo,Umi Rozah,Jihyun Park

The Indonesiancrime rate until May 2020 increased due to public orders and crime disturbances in the last 22 weeks.Data from correctional institutions in February 2021 showed that some regional offices were over capacity while others were normal. The 1945... see more

Pags. 87 - 104  

Hidayatulloh Hidayatulloh,Éva Erdos

Several Indonesian State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs) have had very high debts recently. Several reasons, such as government assignment projects, the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, and corrupt management behaviour, have caused the increase in liability. The... see more

Pags. 105 - 120  

Sulbadana Sulbadana,Haniyatul Husna binti Md Mohtar,Andi Intan Purnamasari,Supriyadi Supriyadi

Global criminal political considerations are strengthening national laws to realise Restorative Justice for the achievement of recovery for victims, perpetrators and the social order of society. The perspective of Restorative Justice can not only be seen ... see more

Pags. 121 - 134  

Desak Putu Dewi Kasih,Ida Bagus Wyasa Putra,Lukas Banu,Ida Bagus Erwin Ranawijaya,Ida Bagus Aswin Pranawa Sidhi

New Zealand relies heavily on its agricultural industry. There are over 4,150 cultivators in the horticultural sector. They require the cooperation of foreign workers. Some of them were recruited from Indonesia, where most of the labour force is... see more

Pags. 135 - 149  

Hanif Nur Widhiyanti,Safinaz Mohd Hussein,Ranitya Ganindha

Cryptocurrencies can facilitate cross-border global transfers easily and pseudonymously. It can be converted into fiat currencies, making it suitable for money laundering crimes. This study compared legal regulations in the United States that analysed the... see more

Pags. 150 - 172  

Rr. Herini Siti Aisyah,M. Hadi Shubhan,Nur Basuki Minarno,Siswanto Siswanto,Sudarsono Sudarsono,Siswandi Hendarta,Raissa Virgy Rianda,Rama Azalix Rianda,Ahmad Munir,Heru Irianto

Clean and Healthy Living Behavior (CHLB) is influenced by some factors such as knowledge, attitudes, economic status, and supports from health and social officers. Increasing the knowledge of CHLB in the household structure is very important. The regulati... see more

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