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



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

Website: http://www.ijstr.org

ISSN 2277-8616



Housing Development In Papua For Improved Welfare Of The People

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AUTHOR(S)

Thobby Wakarmamu

 

KEYWORDS

Housing Development, Public Welfare

 

ABSTRACT

Normatively, a housing development in Papua is a need that can not be ignored. The relationship between economic progress with the level of economic progress, is bidirectional. On one side of the housing development can stimulate economic growth and development. On the other hand, economic growth, particularly the growth of per capita income will increase growth in demand for home or place of residence. Theoretically, the income elasticity of demand for housing is greater than one. When the economy grew 1 percent, then the demand for housing will grow larger than 1 percent. In other words, the demand for housing is very sensitive to economic growth. Having regard to the economic development of Papua today, then greater attention and seriously to the problem of housing, especially housing should have become the government's main agenda of both central and local government of Papua. The issue is whether the real problem of public housing in Papua? The answer to this question is very important, in order to avoid overlapping of activities and housing policy will only be a waste of resources in Papua

 

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