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IJSTR >> Volume 5 - Issue 4, April 2016 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



The Impact Decentralization To Per Capita Income Growth And Poverty Alleviation In East Kalimantan

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AUTHOR(S)

Sudarlan

 

KEYWORDS

autonomous regions, government spending, per capita income growth and poverty.

 

ABSTRACT

Since the enactment of the autonomous region in the past decade that it gave a discretion to the Government of the province and district/cities to set up and manage its territory. With the autonomous region, where the share of funds for the good Government of the province or district/city gained a much greater funding than ever given the Province with a lot of natural resources. With the data of 9 district/cities in the Province of East Kalimantan obtained that the existence of autonomous region did not significantly improve per capita income growth but significant enough in lowering poverty goal of this research is to find out how big the influence of regional autonomy against per capita income growth and poverty in East Kalimantan in the period 2004 – 2013. This research method using eksplanatoris with data time-series and cross-section and mengaplikasian model of simultaneous equations (2SLS). The important findings of this study are (a), the mining sector gave a negative influence against the growth of per capita income, (b), government spending has no effect against per capita income growth of kabupaten/kota, (c), the influential economic growth negatively to poverty.

 

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