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Nama Sultan, S.E.,M.Si.
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E-mail Sultan@alumni.unair.ac.id
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Kelahiran 1969
Tgl. Lulus 13-10-2010
Tgl. Wisuda 20-11-2010
Bidang Ilmu Ilmu Ekonomi
Jenjang PROGRAM DOKTOR
SKS 50.00
IPK 3.77
Pembimbing.I Prof. Dr. H. Effendie, SE
Pembimbing.II Prof. Dr. Djoko Mursinto, Drs.Ec., M.Ec
Tugas Akhir PENGARUH ALOKASI BELANJA MODAL PADA APBD TERHADAP PERTUMBUHAN EKONOMI DAN PENYERAPAN TENAGA KERJA SERTA KESEJAHTERAAN MASYARAKAT KABUPATEN/KOTA DI PROVINSI SULAWESI SELATAN
Abstrak ABSTRACT The Effect of Capital Expenditure Allocation in the Local Budget (APBD) on the Economic Growth and Labor Absorption and Social Welfare of Regencies/Cities in the Province of South Sulawesi Sultan The purpose of this study is to test and analyze: 1. The effect of capital expenditure allocation in the local budget on economic growth; 2. The effect of capital expenditure allocation in the local budget on labor absorption; 3. The effect of capital expenditure allocation in the local budget on social welfare; 4. The effect of economic growth on labor absorption; 5. The effect of economic growth on social welfare; and 6. The effect of labor absorption on social welfare regencies/cities in The Province of South Sulawesi. The analytical methods used in this study was path analysis with SPSS software tool and used pooled data, a combination of time-series of five-year observation data taken from 2003 to 2008 and cross-sectional data of 22 districts in The Province of South Sulawesi. Path analysis developed three models, namely economic growth model; labor absorption model and social welfare model. Each model described the path of an effect from each independent variable toward the dependent variable. Study results showed that: 1. Capital expenditure allocation in the local budget had a positive and significant effect on economic growth; 2. Capital expenditure allocation in the local budget had a positive and significant effect on labor absorption, and, indirectly, it had a negative effect through economic growth on labor absorption. Besides economic growth had significant negative effect on labor absorption; 3. Capital expenditure allocation in the local budget had positive but insignificant effect directly on the social welfare. However, indirectly, it had a significant effect through either economic growth or labor absorption on the social welfare. Economic growth had a positive significant effect on the social welfare, but it had a negative effect indirectly through the labor absorption. Labor absorption had a significant positive effect on the social welfare.
 
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