Peran Sistem Informasi Dalam Meningkatkan Investasi Asing Pada Sektor Properti Di Indonesia di Era Pasar Bebas
Pasar bebas adalah hasil dari proses globalisasi yang telah menciptakan integrasi ekonomi antar negara. Artikel ini mengkaji dampak globalisasi di pasar properti global dan peran sistem informasi untuk meningkatkan investasi asing di Indonesia. Meningkatnya investasi asing langsung (Foreign Direct Investmen/FDI) yang mengalir ke negara berkembang termasuk Indonesia di berbagai sektor termasuk properti telah memberikan banyak manfaat untuk meningkatkan ekonomi. Buruknya peraturan kepemilikan tanah dan infrastruktur adalah masalah utama yang harus diatasi untuk menjaga agar investor asing masih berniat untuk menanamkan modalnya dalam pasar properti global. Sistem informasi dapat digunakan sebagai alat yang efektif untuk mengatasi masalah-masalah tersebut melalui penggunaan e-government dan perencanaan strategis implementasi sistem informasi dalam proyek infrastruktur.
Kata kunci: e-government, globalisasi, investasi asing, pasar properti global, sistem informasi.
Cross-border relationships do not only affect many aspects but it also creates economic integration among countries. This essay examines the impact of globalization on the property market and the role of information system to promote foreign direct investment (FDI) in Indonesia. Allowing foreign direct investment (FDI) flows to those developing in various industries including property has clearly provided positive opportunities to improve their economic. Poor land regulations and infrastructure are the main issues that must be overcome to maintain foreign investor still intend to capitalize on the global property market. Information system can be used as effective tool to resolve those issues through e-government and strategic implementation in projects infrastructure.
Keywords: e-government, foreign direct investment, globalization, global property market, system information.
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