PENGARUH TINGKAT PENDIDIKAN TENAGA KERJA DAN PENGELUARAN PEMERINTAH SEKTOR PENDIDIKAN TERHADAP PERTUMBUHAN EKONOMI DI INDONESIA TAHUN 2008- 2012

PETIANA, IGA (2015) PENGARUH TINGKAT PENDIDIKAN TENAGA KERJA DAN PENGELUARAN PEMERINTAH SEKTOR PENDIDIKAN TERHADAP PERTUMBUHAN EKONOMI DI INDONESIA TAHUN 2008- 2012. S1 thesis, Universitas Negeri Jakarta.

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Abstract

ABSTRACT IGA PETIANA. “The Influence of the Level of Education Labor And Government Spending the Education Sector to Economic Growth In Indonesia On The Year 2008 - 2012”. Thesis. The Education of Cooperation Economic. Economic and Administration Major. Faculty of Economic. State University of Jakarta. 2015. Lecturer Advisor: Dra. Endang Sri Rahayu, M.Pd and Dicky Iranto SE, M.Si The writing of this thesis aims to find out the influence of the educational variables labor, spending government education sector against economic growth in Indonesia. This research was conducted by observing the level of education graduate workforce, government spending and education sector gross regional domestic product per capita on the basis of constant prices of 2000. In particular the period of 2008-2012 by ex post facto method. The form of panel research data i.e. the combination of the form of time series and cross section. Data on GDP per capita over the constant prices of 2000 and the education level of the labour ditamatkan taken from the Central Bureau of statistics (BPS). Data on government spending on the education sector budget data taken from the income and expenditure of the State (APBN) Indonesia to education sector of the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Indonesia. Processing data using Eviews 7.0 program and Microsoft Excell. The results of the analysis explains that the average rate of economic growth per capita in the period 2008-2012 belongs to relatively low i.e. of 3.63. The educational level of the workforce as measured by level of education ditamatkan by Indonesia labor only until the following year to 8 or in other words until JUNIOR HIGH grade II. Government spending on the education sector the highest government spending from 2008-20102 namely in DKI Jakarta Province. Based on the results of the regression, the influential education variable is positive and significant at levels significantly below 0.05 and variable expenses of government education sector a positive and significant effect on under 0.05 i.e. against economic growth. The value Fhitung (7.360407) Ftabel > (3.90) so summed up these two variables, namely educational level of manpower and Government spending education sector together effect on Indonesia's economic growth. The value of R2 0.568211 signaling that 56,82% economic growth in Indonesia could be explained both the variable indipenden. Keywords: economic growth, education, employment and Government spending on Education Sector.

Item Type: Thesis (S1)
Additional Information: Pembimbing I: Dra. Endang Sri Rahayu, M.Pd ., Pembimbing II: Dicky Iranto, SE, M.Si
Subjects: Ilmu Sosial (Social Science) > Ilmu Ekonomi (Economics)
Ilmu Sosial (Social Science) > Pendidikan (Education)
Teknologi dan Ilmu-Ilmu Terapan (Technology and Applied Science) > Manajemen (Management and Auxiliary Service) > Manajemen Umum (General Management) > Manajemen Sumber Daya Manusia (Personnel Management)
Divisions: Fakultas Ekonomi > S1 Pendidikan Ekonomi Koperasi
Depositing User: Budi Siswanto
Date Deposited: 28 Dec 2017 02:13
Last Modified: 28 Dec 2017 02:13
URI: http://repository.fe.unj.ac.id/id/eprint/1864

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