The Role of Public Expenditure and Private Investment on Economic Growth in Makassar

  • D. Dahliah Universitas Muslim Indonesia
Keywords: Government Expenditure, Private Sector Investment, Economics Growth

Abstract

This study aims to determine the influence of government spending and private investment on Economic Growth in Makassar City. Descriptive data analysis methods and quantitative approaches. The data collected is secondary data using document studies obtained from the Makassar City Central Bureau of Statistics (BPS) and the One-Stop Integrated Services and Investment Agency (DPMPTSP) in Makassar City. This study uses multiple linear regression data analysis techniques and statistical tests. The results showed that Government Expenditure Variables positively and significantly affect economic growth in Makassar City. Private Investment Variables have a positive and significant impact on Economic Growth in Makassar City. Government Expenditure and Private Investment have a positive and significant effect on Economic Growth in Makassar City.

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2021-01-14
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Dahliah, D. (2021). The Role of Public Expenditure and Private Investment on Economic Growth in Makassar. Point Of View Research Economic Development, 2(1), 01 - 10. Retrieved from http://journal.accountingpointofview.id/index.php/POVRED/article/view/111
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