Analysis Factors Affecting Inequality of Income in 4 Districts / 1 City of DI Yogyakarta 2010 -2015”. Tanggal, 23-24 July 2018, di Best Western Primer, Solo.

Hariani, Ermatry (2018) Analysis Factors Affecting Inequality of Income in 4 Districts / 1 City of DI Yogyakarta 2010 -2015”. Tanggal, 23-24 July 2018, di Best Western Primer, Solo. Univ.Sebelas Maret Solo.

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Abstract

ABSTRACT Development aims to improve people's welfare. To improve the welfare of the community, high and stable growth and equitable income distribution are required. Rapid economic growth is not balanced with equity, will cause inequality. Inequality of income is caused by several factors, not only because of differences in development between regions, the quality of human resources, the potential of natural resources, geographical location, ethnicity can also determine inequality in terms of income distribution. Some of these factors can be a source of inequality. Related to this, it is necessary to note the factors that affect the income inequality, so that the implementation of development can be planned and oriented . The purpose of this study is to Determine the magnitude of factors affecting income in e quality in Yogyakarta. This study uses panel data method, and data used is time series and cross section data in 4 districts and 1 city of Yogyakarta in 201 0 - 2015. This research use variable: Human Development Index (HDI), GRDP Per capita, Open Unemployment Rate. The analysis method use is panel data with fixed effect model regression . The contribution of this research is expected to be one of the considerations in formulating the planning, strategy and policy related to income inequality . Research is expected to be contribute ideas and information for all the parties will conduct further research. The results show that the variable of HDI has a negative and insignificant affect to income inequality, GRDP Per capita has a positive relationship and significant to income inequality, and open unemployment rate has positive and insignificant affect to income inequality. Keywords: Human Development Index (HDI), GRDP Per capita, Open Unemployment Rate, Income Inequality, Panel data method

Item Type: Other
Subjects: H Social Sciences > HB Economic Theory
Divisions: Faculty of Economic and Business
Depositing User: Sulimin BP3
Date Deposited: 08 Nov 2019 03:12
Last Modified: 08 Nov 2019 03:12
URI: http://erepository.uwks.ac.id/id/eprint/5277

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