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Title: Determinant factors of regional disparities using new economic geography framework in Indonesia, post decentralization
Authors: Sendouw, Recky H. E.
Lonto, Apeles Lexi
Saroinsong, Sam J. R
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Primrose Hall Publishing Group
Citation: International Journal of Creativity and Change
Series/Report no.: Vol. 11, Issue 1, 2020;
Abstract: The policy of implementing decentralization of authority has changed the constellation of regions in Indonesia. By making use of a new economic geographic framework, determinants of inter-provincial disparities in Indonesia are examined, and the results show that a market of foreign access has a substantial effect on per capita GRP between provinces. Those empirical results support the prediction of a new theory of economic geography: access to market causes differences of GRP per capita and further increases inequalities between provinces. This study also finds that urbanization increases inter-provincial per capita GRP disparities
URI: http://localhost:8080/xmlui/handle/123456789/516
ISSN: 22011323, 22011315
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