Economic Growth: The Impact of Regional Original Income, Capital Ex-penditures and Exports

  • Syahrial Maulana Institut Bisnis dan Keuangan Nitro, Makassar
  • Muh. Ashary Anshar Institut Bisnis dan Keuangan Nitro, Makassar
  • Nur Fadny Yuliani Institut Politeknik LP3i, Makassar
  • Al Kausar Institut Bisnis dan Keuangan Nitro, Makassar
Keywords: Regional Original Income, Capital Expenditure, Export, Economic growth

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to ascertain the economic impact of regional original income, capital expenditure funds, and exports. The research hypothesis is based on a theory/concept that has been validated in prior investigations using the same variables. This study took place in West Sulawesi Province. Secondary data is what is being used. They analyze data utilizing descriptive statistical techniques and panel data regression with the assistance of SPSS 25. The study's findings indicated that while regional original income had a positive and statistically significant effect on economic growth, capital expenditures had no effect. Exports have no impact on economic growth

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Published
2021-03-31
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Maulana, S., Anshar, M. A., Fadny Yuliani, N., & Kausar, A. (2021). Economic Growth: The Impact of Regional Original Income, Capital Ex-penditures and Exports. Point Of View Research Economic Development, 2(1), 42 - 51. Retrieved from https://journal.accountingpointofview.id/index.php/POVRED/article/view/155
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