JEMSI (Jurnal Ekonomi, Manajemen, dan Akuntansi)
Vol. 10 No. 1 (2024): Februari 2024

Analysis Of The Influence Of Minimum Wages, Central-Regional Transfer Cost Allocation And Fiscal Decentralization On Regional Income Inequality

Indra Ismayudi Tanjung (Universitas Teuku Umar)
Rahmat Al Hidayat (Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Administrasi Bengkulu)
Sugeng Karyadi (Universitas Lambung Mangkurat)
Lalang Saksono (Universitas Islam Djakarta)
Odih Sumirat (STIA Menarasiswa)

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Publish Date
01 Feb 2024


In any nation, income disparity is a crucial issue for development. The disparity in income distribution is the primary cause of income inequality. The increasing income disparity is a sign of the growing inequality in the allocation of income in society. The authors of this study aim to investigate how income inequality is affected in the regencies and cities of one of provinces minimum wage in Indonesia, central-local transfer cost allocation, and fiscal decentralization. The Fixed Effect Model (FEM) approach is used in this study's panel data analysis. The author's analysis indicates that while there is no significant association between income inequality and fiscal decentralization, there is a substantial relationship between income inequality and the allocation of central-regional transfer costs and the minimum wage. Income inequality is significantly impacted by fiscal decentralization, minimum wage, and central-regional transfer cost allocation.

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Economics, Econometrics & Finance


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