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IJSTR >> Volume 8 - Issue 11, November 2019 Edition

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Analyzing Public Infrastructure And Economic Growth In Indonesia

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Muhammad Ramadhan



public infrastructure. Budget realization. panel least square



Demand for infrastructure services varies for each economic activity. The higher the income. the higher the demand for infrastructure. Therefore. to improve welfare. there needs to be a realization of the budget for the development of public infrastructure development. because this also relates to public administration reform in Indonesia. This study aims to see the relationship of budget realization from public infrastructure financing to welfare in Indonesia. The research method used is the Least Square Panel used on the type of panel data consisting of time series data and cross-section. In this case. the researchers tried to use panel data with the 2014-2018 time series in several provinces that experienced massive infrastructure development in Indonesia. The results showed that the economic driving infrastructure and education infrastructure had a significant impact on GDP per capita. Thus it is necessary to strengthen budget planning for the development of public infrastructure to improve economic welfare.



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