Abdillah Ahsan

Abdillah Ahsan

Universitas Indonesia

H-index: 15

Asia-Indonesia

About Abdillah Ahsan

Abdillah Ahsan, With an exceptional h-index of 15 and a recent h-index of 13 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Universitas Indonesia, specializes in the field of tobacco control economics, fiscal policy for public health, health financing, cooperative economics.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Early assessment of tobacco excise sharing fund as policy for farmers’ viable alternatives in Indonesia: case study of four municipalities in Indonesia

Association of Tobacco Advertising, Promotion, and Sponsorship (TAPS) exposure on smoking intention and current smoking behavior among youth in Indonesia

Political Economy Analysis of Health Taxes (Tobacco, Alcohol Drink, and Sugar Sweteened Beverage): Case Study of Three Provinces in Indonesia

Health taxes in Indonesia: a review of policy debates on the tobacco, alcoholic beverages and sugar-sweetened beverage taxes in the media

Pajak kesehatan di Indonesia: tantangan, aspirasi daerah, dan analisis media

Secondhand smoke exposure inside the house and low birth weight in Indonesia: Evidence from a demographic and health survey

Barriers and opportunities for improving smoke-free area implementation in Banda Aceh city, Indonesia: a qualitative study

Cigarette Displays Around the School Area and Cigarette Sales in the School Area

Abdillah Ahsan Information

University

Universitas Indonesia

Position

Lecturer Faculty of Economics

Citations(all)

880

Citations(since 2020)

667

Cited By

360

hIndex(all)

15

hIndex(since 2020)

13

i10Index(all)

25

i10Index(since 2020)

21

Email

University Profile Page

Universitas Indonesia

Abdillah Ahsan Skills & Research Interests

tobacco control economics

fiscal policy for public health

health financing

cooperative economics

Top articles of Abdillah Ahsan

Early assessment of tobacco excise sharing fund as policy for farmers’ viable alternatives in Indonesia: case study of four municipalities in Indonesia

Authors

Abdillah Ahsan,Nur Hadi Wiyono,Nadira Amalia,Retno Rusdjijati,Meita Veruswati,Santi Martini,Yayi Suryo Prabandari,Adela Miranti Yuniar

Journal

Humanities and Social Sciences Communications

Published Date

2024/1/9

Indonesia’s Tobacco Excise Sharing Fund (DBHCHT) policy mandates that part of the fund be allocated for tobacco crop diversification–reducing the farmers’ reliance on the tobacco industry as well as implementing Article 17 of the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC). We collected primary data from key stakeholders in four main tobacco-producing municipalities. A number of challenges related to DBHCHT utilization remained at subnational levels. The suboptimal use of DBHCHT could be explained in part by (i) constantly changing central government regulations,(ii) farmers’ unawareness of DBHCHT regulations,(iii) delays in DBHCHT allocation, and (iv) supply and demand mismatches. Although Indonesia has not been a part of the FCTC ratification, the DBHCHT mandate is in line with the FCTC article 17, ie, promoting economically viable alternatives for tobacco farmers. This study concluded …

Association of Tobacco Advertising, Promotion, and Sponsorship (TAPS) exposure on smoking intention and current smoking behavior among youth in Indonesia

Authors

Ridhwan Fauzi,Imas Arumsari,Mohammad Ainul Maruf,Abdilah Ahsan

Journal

Journal of Substance Use

Published Date

2024/1/2

BackgroundThis study aimed to assess the association of Tobacco Advertising Promotion and Sponsorship (TAPS) exposure on smoking intensity and smoking behavior among youth in Indonesia.MethodThis study used secondary data from the Global Youth Tobacco Survey (GYTS) 2019. The participants were secondary students from grades 7 to 12. We used multiple logistic regression to assess the association of TAPS exposure with smoking intention among smokers and current smoking status.ResultsMore than half of participants (64,54%) reported being exposed by TAPS in television, followed by outdoor media (60,82%) and point of sales (55,45%). About 2.27% of 7,679 nonsmoking participants had the intention to smoke cigarettes. Furthermore, TAPS exposure in sports events, music concerts, community gatherings, or social events, being offered free tobacco products, owning the tobacco industry’s …

Political Economy Analysis of Health Taxes (Tobacco, Alcohol Drink, and Sugar Sweteened Beverage): Case Study of Three Provinces in Indonesia

Authors

Abdillah Ahsan,Nadira Amalia,Krisna Puji Rahmayanti,Nadhila Adani,Nur Hadi Wiyono,Althof Endawansa,Maulida Gadis Utami,Adela Miranti Yuniar,Erika Valentina Anastasia,Yuyu Buono Ayuning Pertiwi

Journal

medRxiv

Published Date

2024

Efforts to implement health tax policies to control the consumption of harmful commodities and enhance public health outcomes have garnered substantial recognition globally. However, their successful adoption remains a complex endeavour. This study takes a problem-driven political economy analysis (PEA) approach to investigate the challenges and opportunities surrounding health tax implementation, with a particular focus on sub-national government in Indonesia, where the decentralization context of health tax remains understudied. Employing a qualitative methodology by collecting data from a total of twelve focus group discussions (FGDs) conducted in three provinces—Lampung, Special Region of/Daerah Istimewa (DI) Yogyakarta, and Bali, each chosen to represent a specific commodity: tobacco, sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs), and alcoholic beverages—we explore the multifaceted dynamics of health tax policies. These FGDs involved 117 participants, representing governmental institutions, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and consumers. Our findings reveal that while health tax policies have the potential to contribute significantly to public health, challenges such as a lack of consumer awareness, bureaucratic complexities, and decentralized governance hinder implementation. Furthermore, this study underscores the importance of effective policy communication. It highlights the importance of earmarking health tax revenues for public health initiatives. It also reinforces the need to see health taxes as one intervention as part of a comprehensive public health approach including complementary non-fiscal measures like …

Health taxes in Indonesia: a review of policy debates on the tobacco, alcoholic beverages and sugar-sweetened beverage taxes in the media

Authors

Abdillah Ahsan,Nadira Amalia,Krisna Puji Rahmayanti,Nadhila Adani,Nur Hadi Wiyono,Althof Endawansa,Maulida Gadis Utami,Adela Miranti Yuniar

Published Date

2023/10/1

Introduction One of the WHO’s ‘best buys’ in controlling non-communicable diseases and their risk factors is to impose health taxes. While the Indonesian political process inhibits the implementation of health tax policy, studies to discuss the issue remain limited.Methods We employed media analysis to document health tax policy dynamics, for example, the changes in policy timeline and key actors’ statements. We conducted an article search in the Open-Source Intelligence database using appropriate terminology on three commodities, for example, tobacco, alcoholic beverages and sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB).Results Throughout the 15 years of implementation (2007–2022), tobacco has received the most policy attention compared with the other two commodities. This is mainly related to the increasing tariff and reforming the tax structure. As Indonesia is a Muslim-majority country, alcohol consumption is …

Pajak kesehatan di Indonesia: tantangan, aspirasi daerah, dan analisis media

Authors

Abdillah Ahsan,Nadira Amalia,Krisna Puji Rahmayanti,Nadhila Adani,Nur Hadi Wiyono

Published Date

2023

Pajak kesehatan di Indonesia : tantangan, aspirasi daerah, dan analisis media — Universitas Indonesia Skip to main navigation Skip to search Skip to main content Universitas Indonesia Home Universitas Indonesia Logo Home Profiles Research units Research output Equipments Projects Activities Press/Media Search by expertise, name or affiliation Pajak kesehatan di Indonesia : tantangan, aspirasi daerah, dan analisis media Abdillah Ahsan, Nadira Amalia, Krisna Puji Rahmayanti, Nadhila Adani, Nur Hadi Wiyono Department of Economics Department of Public Administration Research output: Book/Report › Book › peer-review Overview Original language Indonesian Publisher UI Publising ISBN (Electronic) 9786233335089 ISBN (Print) 9786233335072 Publication status Published - 2023 Cite this APA Author BIBTEX Harvard Standard RIS Vancouver …

Secondhand smoke exposure inside the house and low birth weight in Indonesia: Evidence from a demographic and health survey

Authors

Helen Andriani,Nurul D Rahmawati,Abdillah Ahsan,Dian Kusuma

Journal

Population Medicine

Published Date

2023/6/30

Introduction Secondhand smoke (SHS) exposure during pregnancy among non-smoking women is associated with mortality and morbidity risks in infants. However, little is known about SHS inside the house and low birth weight in newborns. This study aims to assess the prevalence, level, and frequency of SHS exposure inside the house and investigate their associations with low birth weight. Methods We used the Indonesian Demographic and Health Survey (IDHS) 2017, a large-scale, nationally representative survey. Women aged 15–49 years who had given birth in the last five years before the study and their husbands were interviewed (n=19935). Two dependent variables included low birth weight (LBW) and birth weight. Results In all, 78.4% of mothers were exposed to SHS inside the home, of whom 7.2% had LBW children. Compared to non-exposed to SHS mothers, those exposed to SHS were younger, had their first birth before the age of 20 years, were married, lower educated, non-workers, lived in rural areas, were grand multipara, had pollution from cooking fuel, cooked in a separate building, and had a higher risk of delivering a lower birth weight (AOR=1.16; 95% CI: 1.02– 1.33). Conclusions Exposure to SHS inside the home was significantly associated with LBW. Given the high prevalence of smoking, relevant policies and health promotion are needed.

Barriers and opportunities for improving smoke-free area implementation in Banda Aceh city, Indonesia: a qualitative study

Authors

Sofyan Sufri,Nurhasanah Nurhasanah,Abdillah Ahsan,Irwan Saputra,Misbahul Jannah,Cut Meurah Yeni,Ainal Mardhiah,Saiful Bakri,Said Usman

Journal

BMJ open

Published Date

2023/12/1

ObjectivesTo investigate the challenges and opportunities for implementing smoke-free areas (SFAs) within eight area categories using the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control as a framework for analysis.DesignThis study used qualitative methods (in-depth interviews and document reviews). All transcripts from the interviews and formal documents were coded using NVivo V.11 software and analysed using an inductive thematic analysis.SettingBanda Aceh, Indonesia.ParticipantsSeventy-three participants were interviewed, stratified by ages (18–59 years): policymakers (n=4), SFA implementers (n=33), SFA’s non-compliance prosecutors (n=2), SFA observers (n=4), communities/respected figures (n=30); and 10 documents were reviewed.ResultsBarriers to the effective implementation of SFAs were identified: conflict of interests of Banda Aceh authorities in implementing SFA policies; inadequate …

Cigarette Displays Around the School Area and Cigarette Sales in the School Area

Authors

Fitri Hayati,Putra Apriadi Siregar,Nurhayati Nurhayati,Nasri Mohammed,Abdillah Ahsan,Syafran Arrazy

Journal

Contagion: Scientific Periodical Journal of Public Health and Coastal Health

Published Date

2023/9/20

The tobacco industry continues to promote tobacco through cigarette displays, especially in areas easily accessible to youth and school students. One of the tactics that cigarette companies keep using is cigarette displays around the school area. This study aimed to determine the impact of cigarette displays around schools on cigarette sales in the school area. This study was conducted on cigarette sellers around schools in Medan City. This study was conducted on 18 cigarette sellers for 14 days. The interventions given were cigarette displays covered with cloth, cigarette displays hidden, and cigarette displays without intervention. Data analysis was conducted using an ANOVA test using JASP version 17. The results showed a difference in total sales between cloth-covered displays, hidden treatments, and no intervention (ANOVA test p= 0.015). The results showed a difference in sales profit between cloth-covered displays, hidden treatments, and no intervention (ANOVA test p= 0.004). The provision of interventions on cigarette displays treated as hidden reduced average cigarette sales in cigarette stores. Intervention in cigarette displays covered with cloth reduced average cigarette sales in cigarette stores. The Medan City Government should regulate cigarette displays at cigarette stores around the school area to reduce cigarette consumption among students. The Education Office and schools should collaborate with cigarette sellers around the school area to stop the display of cigarettes and not sell cigarettes to students.

Association between cigarette smoking patterns and severity of COVID-19: Findings from a study in 15 private Hospitals in Indonesia

Authors

Emma Rachmawati,Mochamad Iqbal Nurmansyah,Izza Suraya,Ekorini Listiowati,Deni W Kurniawan,Abdillah Ahsan

Journal

Tobacco Induced Diseases

Published Date

2023

METHODSA cross-sectional study was conducted from April to August 2020 using medical records of 490 COVID-19 patients, including the history of their smoking patterns from 15 private referral hospitals in 5 provinces. The severity was defined based on the Guidelines on the Prevention and Control of COVID-19 issued by the Indonesian Ministry of Health, which was indicated by the care provided to patients, namely outpatient, inpatient, and Intensive Care Unit (ICU) services for mild, moderate, and severe symptoms. Smoking patterns were grouped based on adult tobacco use classifications of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Univariate and bivariate analyses were performed.RESULTSThe results showed that 69.8% of respondents had not smoked cigarettes, 17.1% were active smokers, and 13.1% were former smokers. A significant difference was seen in the number of cigarettes …

Discourse on the Sugar-Sweetened Beverages Tax in Indonesia: The Multistakeholder and Consumers' Perspectives

Authors

Abdillah Ahsan,Krisna Puji Rahmayanti,Nur Hadi Wiyono,Nadira Amalia,Ardhini Risfa Jacinda,Karina Mariz,Indah Suci Widyahening

Journal

Qeios

Published Date

2023/5/24

This study aims to discuss the perspectives of multiple stakeholders on the sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB) tax in Indonesia. The objective is to construct a framework for the applicability of the SSB tax in the Indonesian context, drawing from case studies in other countries and taking into account the perspectives of multiple stakeholders. We employed content analysis for data collection, which involved two steps: a desk study and a focus group discussion (FGD). The desk study examined the relevance of SSB taxation in various selected countries, while the FGD focused on the main opportunities and challenges associated with implementing SSB taxes in Indonesia. Our findings indicated that the Indonesian market for SSB products is similar to the cases studied in other countries. Therefore, implementing a taxation strategy to address price affordability would be an effective approach to controlling SSB consumption. Despite the opportunities for applying SSB taxes in Indonesia, there is a need for greater public awareness, requiring more intensive persuasive and promotional measures. It is also important to carefully consider anticipatory measures to mitigate potential interference from the industry.

Analisis Implementasi Kebijakan Harga Minimum Industri Rokok di Indonesia

Authors

Abdillah Ahsan

Journal

Jurnal Ekonomi dan Pembangunan Indonesia

Published Date

2023/7/31

Perusahaan besar mempunyai kekuatan finansial untuk memainkan strategi harga sehingga dapat mengancam eksistensi perusahaan kecil dalam pasar. Dalam hal ini, Pemerintah menerapkan kebijakan harga minimum untuk melindungi pengusaha kecil dari persaingan harga yang tidak sehat. Artikel ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui korelasi implementasi kebijakan harga minimum terhadap strategi harga di industri rokok. Dengan menggunakan data panel berupa survei harga transaksi pasar DJBC periode 2015–2019 yang meliputi 199 merek rokok di 25 wilayah provinsi Indonesia dan random effect model, hasil studi ini menemukan bahwa implementasi kebijakan harga minimum (HTP 85%) secara signifikan berkorelasi positif terhadap selisih harga pada semua jenis dan golongan rokok.

Peningkatan beban penyakit diabetes, konsumsi minuman berpemanis dan urgensi pengenaan cukai

Authors

Abdillah Ahsan

Published Date

2023/11/22

Peningkatan beban penyakit diabetes, konsumsi minuman berpemanis dan urgensi pengenaan cukai — Universitas Indonesia Skip to main navigation Skip to search Skip to main content Universitas Indonesia Home Universitas Indonesia Logo Home Profiles Research units Research output Equipments Projects Activities Press/Media Search by expertise, name or affiliation Peningkatan beban penyakit diabetes, konsumsi minuman berpemanis dan urgensi pengenaan cukai Abdillah Ahsan Department of Economics Research output: Book/Report › Book Overview Original language English Publication status Published - 22 Nov 2023 UN SDGs This output contributes to the following UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) SDG 3 - Good Health and Well-being Cite this APA Author BIBTEX Harvard Standard RIS Vancouver Powered by Pure, Scopus & Elsevier Fingerprint Engine™ All content on this site: …

Income disparity and healthcare utilization: lessons from Indonesia’s National Health Insurance claim data

Authors

Sony Tito Nugroho,Abdillah Ahsan,Dian Kusuma,Nadhila Adani,Dian Kristiani Irawaty,Nadira Amalia,Sri Rahayu Hijrah Hati

Journal

Asian Pacific journal of cancer prevention: APJCP

Published Date

2023

Background:Indonesia’s National Health Insurance Program, known as Jaminan Kesehatan Nasional (JKN), has a variety of membership pathways for those wishing to gain access. Claim data from JKN offers a cost-effective way of observing who is accessing healthcare services and what types of services are being used. This study is a novel attempt to measure disparities amongst JKN users in their engagement with services, providing an opportunity to reflect on patterns of use.Methods:Using claims data collected from JKN users between 2015–2016, we used the Ordinary Least Square estimation model to compare health services utilization among subsidized and non-subsidized users. We focused primarily on the individual use of the hospital for outpatient and inpatient treatment.Results:Analysis reveals that subsidized users access primary healthcare services more frequently than non-subsidized users …

Ringkasan Penelitian Pengendalian Tembakau Tahun 2019-2023

Authors

LEMBAGA DEMOGRAFI FEB UI

Published Date

2023/7

RINGKASAN PENELITIAN PENGENDALIAN TEMBAKAU TAHUN 2019-2023 Page 1 RINGKASAN PENELITIAN PENGENDALIAN TEMBAKAU TAHUN 2019-2023 Maulida Gadis Utami Abdillah Ahsan LEMBAGA DEMOGRAFI FEB UI JULI 2023 Page 2 1 DAFTAR ISI DAFTAR ISI ............................................................................................................................. 0 KAWASAN TANPA ROKOK (KTR) ..................................................................................... 3 Association between percentage of smokers and prevalence of smoking attributable morbidity in Indonesia: one decade after implementation of smoke-free area regulation [1]3 Cigarette Display Regulation At Point Of Sales (POS) And Its Impact On Cigarette Sales[2] ................................................................................................................................... 4 Barriers and opportunities to improve Smoke-free Area implementation in Aceh province, Indonesia [3] .................................................................................…

Mental Health, Environmental, and Socioeconomic Geographic Factors of Severe Drug Addiction: Analysis of Rehabilitation Center Data in Indonesia

Authors

Wijaya Dewabhrata,Abdilah Ahsan,Adrianna Bella,Nadira Amalia,Dian Kusuma,Yuyu Buono Ayuning Pertiwi

Journal

Substance Abuse: Research and Treatment

Published Date

2023/10

BackgroundA growing number of recent literatures have attempted to document the factors related to drug use in different contexts, but limited studies analyzed the factors related to patient’s severity level.ObjectiveWe aimed to examine the correlates of behavioral, environmental, socioeconomic, geographic factors, and severe drug addiction.MethodsWe used a sample of 6790 people who use drugs (PWUD) from rehabilitation centers during 2019 to 2020 in Indonesia. Data were obtained from Drugs Rehabilitation Information System (SIRENA) by the Indonesian National Narcotics Agency (BNN) during 2019 to 2020. SIRENA used the adapted version of WHO’s Addiction Severity Index (ASI), which assesses patient’s addiction severity level and relevant factors. A composite of the ASI factors is classified as “poor” or “serious” if its score is 4 or higher. The data was analyzed using logistic regression model to …

Assessing the Policy of Non-Smoking Areas in Schools in Indonesia: A Mixed Methods Study

Authors

M Ridwan,Muhammad Syukri,Adila Solida,Ummi Kalsum,Abdillah Ahsan

Journal

Asian Pacific journal of cancer prevention: APJCP

Published Date

2023

Background:Regulations in the form of Regional Regulations on Non-Smoking Areas are efforts to prevent smoking in schools. We will show qualitatively and quantitatively whether the policy can control smoke-free schools since 2015 in Muaro Jambi Regency. However, the implementation is still not optimal, even almost not implemented following the mandate of government regulation Number 109 of 2012 and regional regulation Number 5 of 2018. This study aims to evaluate the implementation of the smoke-free area policy in schools in Muaro Jambi Regency.Method:Research using mixed method study employing quantitative through distribution survey of smoke-free zones and qualitative by interviewing 31 schools of informants and observing 499 points of educational institutions. Selection of informants by considering the criteria of adequacy and suitability of data analysis with content analysis.Results:The …

A long and winding road of the tobacco-free areas implementation in Semarang

Authors

Novia Handayani,Bagoes Widjanarko,Kusyogo Cahyo,Abdillah Ahsan,Dian Kusuma

Journal

Indonesian Journal of Health Administration

Published Date

2023/12/31

Background The Tobacco-Free Areas (TFA) policy is an effective way to control the negative effects of smoking on the community, especially passive smokers. Semarang has had a TFA policy since 2013. However, some people still smoke freely in some areas, such as workplaces, kindergartens, and other public places. Aims Identifying the implementation of Semarang City Local Government Regulation Number 3 of 2013 concerning Tobacco-Free Areas. Methods This was qualitative research using the case study method. Data were collected using in-depth interviews with some key informants according to the inclusion criteria. Triangulation was conducted through observation and in-depth interviews with some informants. Data were analyzed using content analysis. Results Some violations still occurred, mostly at the workplace and educational places, including government offices and schools. Violations happened due to inadequate support of the office’s heads, insufficient workers and the society’s awareness, policy rejection, inadequate financial support, lack of media exposure, and obscurity of the regulation articles, which led to misinterpretation. For example, Article 7, verse 3 states that the TFA regulation will be regulated by the mayor's decree. This statement weakens the regulation itself since the mayor's decree is not as strong as the local regulation. Conclusion The implementation of Semarang City Local Government Regulation Number 3 of 2013 concerning Tobacco-Free Areas has not been carried out properly in all of the TFA areas. Violations were still found in many areas.

Cigarette Smoke Exposure and Stunting Among Under-five Children in Rural and Poor Families in Indonesia

Authors

Nurmiati Muchlis,Rezky Aulia Yusuf,Arni Rizqiani Rusydi,Nur Ulmy Mahmud,Nurul Hikmah,Andriany Qanitha,Abdillah Ahsan

Journal

Environmental Health Insights

Published Date

2023/7

Cigarette smoke exposure in mothers and children is highly prevalent in Asia, especially among rural and poor families. Second-hand smoke exposure might affect the nutritional status of children. Despite the emerging double burden of malnutrition and the very high prevalence of smoking in Indonesia, few studies have examined the effects of parental smoking on children’s nutritional status. This study aims to measure the relationship between family smoking behavior and the occurrence of stunting in children under 5 years. This cross-sectional study used a purposive sampling technique, with 221 households with children aged 0 to 59 months from poor areas in Indonesia. Exposure to cigarette smoke is assessed using The Secondhand Smoke Exposure Scale questionnaire. The outcome measured is child stunting (height-for-age Z-score). The prevalence of stunting was estimated at 145 (65.6%). Children …

Framing health taxes: learning from low-and middle-income countries

Authors

Kaung Suu Lwin,Adam D Koon,Kumanan Rasanathan,Abdillah Ahsan,Daniel Erku,Melissa Mialon,Silvana Perez-Leon,Arti Singh,Zafar Mirza,Mario Zuleta,Shiva Raj Adhikari,Yubraj Acharya,Sabrina Rasheed,Jeremias Paul,Robert Marten

Published Date

2023/10/1

Health taxes are effective policy instruments to save lives, raise government revenues and improve equity. Health taxes, however, directly conflict with commercial actors’ interests. Both pro-tax health advocates and anti-tax industry representatives seek to frame health tax policy. Yet, little is known about which frames resonate in which settings and how framing can most effectively advance or limit policies. To fill this gap, we conducted qualitative research in 2022, including focus group discussions, in-depth interviews, document reviews and media analysis on the political economy of health taxes across eight low-income and middle-income countries. Studies captured multiple actors constructing context-specific frames, often tied to broader economic, health and administrative considerations. Findings suggest that no single frame dominates; in fact, a plurality of different frames exist and shape discourse and …

Peningkatan keterampilan komunikasi antar pribadi (KAP) pada kader sebagai strategi menurunkan perilaku merokok

Authors

Fitri Kurnia Rahim,Bibit Nasrokhatun Diniah,Icca Stella Amalia,Ahmad Ropii,Firda Ainul Zahra,Abdillah Ahsan,Ai Devitasari,Widia Rindi Antika

Journal

Jurnal Inovasi Hasil Pengabdian Masyarakat (JIPEMAS)

Published Date

2023

Masalah merokok menjadi perhatian di Indonesia. Risiko yang ditimbulkan rokok perlu diminimalisir dengan regulasi. Sejalan dengan hal tersebut, Kabupaten Kuningan memiliki Perda No 1 Tahun 2021 tentang Kawasan Tanpa Rokok (KTR) dan Peraturan Bupati Nomor 11 Tahun 2021 Tentang Pengawasan dan Pengendalian KTR. Desa Karang Tengah di Kabupaten Kuningan memiliki inovasi penanggulangan rokok yaitu Saung Ririungan Bapak-Bapak (SARIPA). Tujuan pengabdian masyarakat untuk meningkatkan kapasitas kader. Metode pelaksanaan kegiatan pengabdian masyarakat yaitu dengan pendekatan participatory learning and action (PLA). Sasaran kegiatan ini adalah 32 orang kader. Pengabdian

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Early assessment of tobacco excise sharing fund as policy for farmers’ viable alternatives in Indonesia: case study of four municipalities in Indonesia

Association of Tobacco Advertising, Promotion, and Sponsorship (TAPS) exposure on smoking intention and current smoking behavior among youth in Indonesia

Political Economy Analysis of Health Taxes (Tobacco, Alcohol Drink, and Sugar Sweteened Beverage): Case Study of Three Provinces in Indonesia

Health taxes in Indonesia: a review of policy debates on the tobacco, alcoholic beverages and sugar-sweetened beverage taxes in the media

Pajak kesehatan di Indonesia: tantangan, aspirasi daerah, dan analisis media

Secondhand smoke exposure inside the house and low birth weight in Indonesia: Evidence from a demographic and health survey

Barriers and opportunities for improving smoke-free area implementation in Banda Aceh city, Indonesia: a qualitative study

Cigarette Displays Around the School Area and Cigarette Sales in the School Area

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are the top articles of Abdillah Ahsan at Universitas Indonesia.

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The research interests of Abdillah Ahsan are: tobacco control economics, fiscal policy for public health, health financing, cooperative economics

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Abdillah Ahsan has 880 citations in total.

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The co-authors of Abdillah Ahsan are Dian Kusuma, Yayi Suryo Prabandari, Rahmatina A. Kasri, Susi Ari Kristina, Sri rahayu hijrah hati, Dwi Endarti.

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    H-index: 29
    Dian Kusuma

    Dian Kusuma

    Imperial College London

    H-index: 29
    Yayi Suryo Prabandari

    Yayi Suryo Prabandari

    Universitas Gadjah Mada

    H-index: 20
    Rahmatina A. Kasri

    Rahmatina A. Kasri

    Universitas Indonesia

    H-index: 18
    Susi Ari Kristina

    Susi Ari Kristina

    Universitas Gadjah Mada

    H-index: 16
    Sri rahayu hijrah hati

    Sri rahayu hijrah hati

    Universitas Indonesia

    H-index: 15
    Dwi Endarti

    Dwi Endarti

    Universitas Gadjah Mada

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