ANALISIS INTERDEPENDENSI PENDAPATAN PEMERINTAH DENGAN PENGELUARAN PEMERINTAH

Marlon Naibaho, Mhd Fitri Ramadhani, Eko Wahyu Nugrahadi

Abstract


ABSTRACT
This research examines the interdependence analysis of government income to 
government expenditure in Indonesia, in which problems arise in this study is that 
government expenditure is always greater than the government income, although 
government income in a given year is greater than government expenditure.This 
research aims to look at the pattern or direction of causality between government 
income to government expenditure.Variables to be tested are government income 
and government expenditure.The data that are used are time series data 1988-2011 
period.Sources of data obtained from the Central Statistics Agency of North 
Sumatra Province.The method used is the Granger Causality. Results of the 
research showed that between government income to government spending have a 
unidirectional causality, the causality runs from government expenditure to 
government income, then there is a relationship between the two variables and both 
have long-term rapid adjustment towards the long-term.

Keywords : Government Income, Government Expenditures


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