Determinants of Provincial Income Inequality in Papua 2017-2021


  • Ahmad Ridwan Purwantono Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta
  • Sitti Retno Faridatussalam Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta



Gini Index, Amount Poor Population, Human Development Index, Level Open Unemployment, Product Gross Regional Domestic


Despite having the fourth most people living there in the world, Indonesia is still considered a developing nation because of its high levels of poverty and income inequality. Financial development is a sign of whether a nation has a created economy or even a decay. Assuming there is high disparity in a country, it very well may be ordered as a country that has poor financial development. The country's economy suffers when inequality is high. Read up This hold back nothing factors - factor like sum destitute individuals , items gross territorial homegrown , file improvement human , and level joblessness open to imbalance pay in Papua in 2017-2021. Procedure utilized _ that is use board information relapse with the information got from the Focal Measurements Office . Chosen model in concentrate on This is the FEM model ( fixed effect model ). Discoveries  show that disparity pay in the territory Papua in 2017-2021 is affected by the number unfortunate populace and list advancement man . Though For item gross local homegrown and level ousting No important to even out disparity pay in the area Papua . From research This normal government need offer consideration more to regions that have lingering behind in economy with give support structure improvement Instructive offices too sufficient and anticipated foundation  government can give upgrade field work in a manner uniformly and do improvement in a manner exhaustive with use source existing power  in a manner successful and effective so that level imbalance pay can Continue to go brought down.


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Ahmad Ridwan Purwantono, & Sitti Retno Faridatussalam. (2024). Determinants of Provincial Income Inequality in Papua 2017-2021. Primanomics : Jurnal Ekonomi & Bisnis, 22(2), 106–115.