Structure changes, the contribution of sectors, income per capita Indonesia in 1990 – 2014

Paulina, Paulina (2016) Structure changes, the contribution of sectors, income per capita Indonesia in 1990 – 2014. Journal of Economics, Business & Accoutancy : Ventura, 19 (3). pp. 293-304. ISSN 2888-785X

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Economic development is seen as a process of transition from one phase to another, from simple economic structure (agriculture) to the modern economy structure. Eco-nomic development is characterized by changes in the structure of the agricultural sector into the modern sector. The changes affect all the matters related thereto. There-fore, a change or transformation of economic activity is referred to as a structural change. This study aims to analyze the structural changes in the national product, and the factors that cause changes in the structure and level of sectoral imbalances as a result of the structural changes. The study was conducted by using the economic sec-tor, divided into four major groups, namely the primary, secondary, utilities and ser-vices from 1990 to 2014. Secondary data were collected by the method of sectoral trends, models Chanery Syrquin-Barua, Theil index. The results showed that the sec-toral trend has a positive result such as utilities and services sectors, while the prima-ry and secondary sectors tend to be negative. From the model Chenery, Syrquin-Barua shows the per capita income has a positive effect on the primary sector and the utilities, residents have positive effect on the secondary sector, utilities and services. Meanwhile dummy variable has a positive effect on the primary sector, secondary and services. Sectoral inequality occurs in the secondary sector.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: H Social Sciences > HG Finance
Divisions: KODEPRODI61201#Manajemen
Depositing User: Mrs. Paulina Harun
Date Deposited: 28 Aug 2020 04:28
Last Modified: 28 Aug 2020 04:28

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