Pengaruh Desentralisasi Fiskal Terhadap Inflasi di Propinsi Nusa Tenggara Barat




Fiscal decentralization, Inflasi, Fixed Effect Model


This research is designed to find  the  effect  of  fiscal  decentralization  on inflation in  West  Nusa Tenggara  (NTB) province during  the  period of  2010- 2014  for  ten  districts  in NTB  in  forms of  panel  data.. Fiscal Decentralization is proxied  from the  ratio  of  specific  allocation  fund  (DAK)  to the regional  expenditure  budget  (APBD),  ratio  of  general  allocation  fund   (DAU)  to APBD,  ratio  of   revenue  sharing  fund  (DBH)  to APBD  ,  and  regional retribution.  Meanwhile, inflation is  proxied by  the  Gross  Domestic  Regional  Product.  Tool’s analysis used in this research is multivariable linear regression by applying Fixed Effect Model (FEM) method.  The results show that the ratio of DAK to APBD has a significant negative effect on inflation in the region with 95 percent significance level.  If the DAK increased  one  unit   then the  inflation  will  be  reduced  by  0.1290144  unit.  Meanwhile, the ratio of DAU to APBD  has  positive  influence on  inflation  with  coefficient  value of  0.5825204. moreover, the ratio of  DBH to APBD has  positive  effect  on inflation  with the value of the coefficient is  0,4592334. On the other hand, the regional  retribution  has  negative  and  significant  influence  on inflation  with  coefficient  0.0003764.



How to Cite

Apprirachman, R., Suwardi, D., & Ilman, A. H. (2017). Pengaruh Desentralisasi Fiskal Terhadap Inflasi di Propinsi Nusa Tenggara Barat. Jurnal Ekonomi Dan Bisnis Indonesia, 2(2), 53-61.




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