ANALYSIS OF THE RECIPROCAL RELATIONSHIP OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURE TOWARDS HUMAN DEVELOPMENT INDEX (HDI) AND ITS INFLUENCE ON ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE IN SOUTH SULAWESI

Syamsu Nujum, Annas Pyriadi, Muhammad Nur

Abstract


Analysis of the reciprocal Relationship of local Government
Expenditure towards human development index and its influence on economic
performance in South Sulawesi. The purpose of the research is to 1. Analyse the
influence of the development expenditure against the human development index
(HDI) 2. analyse the influence of the human development index against the
performance of construction economics, 3. The relationship of development
spending on performance economic development. 4. The extent of the
Government's efforts in the construction of human resources in South Sulawesi.
The data used are the primary data and secondary data, the method of analysis
used was multiple Linear regression, this research was carried out on 4 City
Districts in South Sulawesi. The results of the Penelitian human development
index in the city of Makassar 78.11 percent average during the period 2008-2013,
higher than Regency Takalar and Gowa, Maros. The human development index
Makassar city showed no significant influence on performance development,
currently, Takalar and Gowa Regency Maros simultaneously GRANT and HDI
member influence significant, but does show the influence of partially
proportionally in support of improved performance of economic development.
Economic growth in the city of Makassar during 2008-2013 is experiencing a
positive trend with the average the growth of the 9.66 percent and is the highest
growth rate of Regency Takalar and Gowa, Maros


Keywords


Reciprocal Relationship; Local Government; Expenditure towards; human development

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