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Analisis Potensi Ekonomi dan Jumlah Penduduk Miskin Terhadap Pendapatan Perkapita Kabupaten Samosir

Authors: Marbun, Paimin;

Analisis Potensi Ekonomi dan Jumlah Penduduk Miskin Terhadap Pendapatan Perkapita Kabupaten Samosir

Abstract

Analysis of Economic Potential and Number of Poor People Against Per Capita Income Samosir regency aimed to determine whether the sector is a sector basis, the dominant sector and the competitiveness of the economy have Samosir regency. The processed data is secondary data, the value of GDP of nine sectors of the economy in Samosir regency period 2002 to 2010. Analysis using Location Quotient (LQ), Shift-Share Analysis (SSA) and regression analysis were used to determine the effect of the number of poor people, the influence of the base sector and shift-share value of the per capita income of Samosir regency, which became known that a sector basis in the District Samosir is agriculture and services (especially tourism). That is because the sector is more prominent and surplus, has a comparative advantage and is a flagship for the export sector. Increasing trend for the agricultural sector, while the services sector (especially tourism) declining trend. Potential sectors and specializes in fast-growing sectors in the province of North Sumatra respectively sector banks and other financial institutions, transport and communication, trade, hotels and restaurants, building and construction. Sectors that have a beneficial resource, has a charm and fast growing than the same sector in the province of North Sumatra, respectively agriculture, electricity, gas and water, mining and quarrying. While the sector has a positive elasticity of the LQ and SSA per capita income is agriculture services sector, the trade, hotel and restaurant sector and banks and other financial institutions. The number of poor people negatively affect per capita income. When a high number of poor people per capita income decreased, whereas if the number of poor people can be reduced, then the per capita income will increase. 107018006

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key sectors, economic potential, base, competitiveness of the sector, agriculture

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