Vol 1, No 1 (2017)

Following the end of Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in 2015with 8 goals, United Nation (UN) develops the sustainability of the world's goalsthrough Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) with 17 goals. As well as othercountries in the world, the Indonesian government is also working towardsachieving these objectives in the government, business and civil society sectorsto co-operate with the UN and the Indonesian government started mobilizing toachieve the Sustainable Development Agenda by 2030. Universal, inclusive andindivisible, the Agenda calls for action by all countries to improve the lives ofpeople everywhere.

Table of Contents

Articles

EDITORIAL INTRODUCTION Sustainable Development Goals 2030: Challenges and Its Solutions
Diana Zuhroh, Dina Poerwoningsih, Pindo Tutuko, Sari Yuniarti
Finance and Technology: Challenges and Solutions
Milind Sathye
Quadruple Helix Model in Inspiring the Development of Telematics Creative Industries Community-Based (The Study of Phenomenology on Industrial Startup in Malang)
Dodot Sapto Adi
Study Permit of Civil Servants
Mutho’ Shobiri, Sri Hartini Jatmikowati
Personal Factors on The Behavior of Interactionist Traders in a Traditional Market Environment and Semi Modern (Ethnographic Study on the market in Malang Regency)
Saudah Saudah
Giving of Media Modules Reviewed from Personal Hygiene Against Capitis Pediculose Incidence in Islamic Boarding School of Al-Fattahiyyah Tulungagung
Prima Dewi, Ikko Ambar Noviana
The Improvement of Education Quality
Yossita Wisman, M. Yahya Miskat A., Putu Sugiantiningsih
Multiplatform Visual Novel for Culture Education in a Part of Using ICT for Developing a Lifelong Learning
Moechammad Sarosa, Zamah Sari, Suhari Suhari, Hilmy Bahy Hakim
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