Characteristic of Human Development: Socio-economic Dimension
This study aims to analyze the impact of economic growth, the percentage of poor people, government spending in education, government spending on health, and the inequality of income distribution to the Human Development Index in Makassar City. This research is quantitative research. The type of data used in this study is secondary data in the form of annual time series starting from 2007 to 2016 which are quantitative data. Data analysis was done using multiple linear regression statistical analysis. The findings show that economic growth, the percentage of the poor, government spending in education, government spending on health, and the inequality of income distribution have a significant influence on the Human Development Index in Makassar City.
Keywords: human development, socio-economic dimension
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