STUDIES DETERMINANTS OF ECONOMIC STRUCTURAL CHANGE AND MIGRATION SURPRISES IN MALUKU PROVINCE
Jani Effendy and
No vaud5, INA-Rxiv from Center for Open Science
The aim of this research is; 1) To test and analyze the influence of local government spending towards economic transformation has occurred, the transformation of labor, per capita income and population migration, 2) To test and analyze the influence of local government investment to economic transformation, the transformation of labor, per capita income and immigration, 3) To test and analyze the effects of regional economic transformation on the transformation of employment, investment and immigration, 4) To test and analyze the effect of the transformation of labor against immigration per capita income and population, 5) To test and analyze the influence of income per capita of the population migration. This research was conducted in the province of Maluku, by taking data on the eight districts of the city for five years. The data were analyzed panel data, and testing was conducted using structural equation modeling. The results of structural equation analysis shows that government spending affect the transformation of the economy, per capita income and immigration, but no direct impact on the transformation of the workforce. Investment effect on economic transformation, the transformation of labor, per capita income and population immigration. Economic transformation effect on the transformation of labor, per capita income and population immigration. Labor transformation effect on per capita income, but does not affect the immigration population. Per capita income affect the immigration population in the province of Maluku.
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