International Business Management

Year: 2017
Volume: 11
Issue: 12
Page No. 1974 - 1981

Contribution of the Force Labour, Education Level, Human Capital and Investment on Economic Growth in District of Badung

Authors : Putu Ngurah Suyatna Yasa, Sri Ariyani and I. Ketut Rahyuda

Abstract: An effort to realize increased prosperity can be seen from the economic growth achieved through development by local governments. Higher economic growth can create an increase in public demand for goods and services must be balanced by the supply side. Increased demand will increase investment and expansion of employment which in turn creates a balance of new, higher wages, thus creating higher welfare. This study aims to analyze the contribution of the labor force, level of education, human capital and investment to economic growth in Badung. Understanding the contribution of the determinants of economic growth, allowing to plan regional development policy to focus more on utilizing the resources of development in Badung to improve the performance of future economic growth. This study used a quantitative design with multiple linear regression analysis. The output of this analysis is the basis for policy making efforts to increase economic growth in Badung. The results showed that the workforce and human capital and no significant negative impact on the economic growth of Badung Regency, education level workers but not significant positive effect on economic growth while investment and significant positive effect on economic growth Badung. The biggest contributors to the economic growth of Badung is domestic and Foreign investment.

How to cite this article:

Putu Ngurah Suyatna Yasa, Sri Ariyani and I. Ketut Rahyuda, 2017. Contribution of the Force Labour, Education Level, Human Capital and Investment on Economic Growth in District of Badung. International Business Management, 11: 1974-1981.

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