POVERTY ANALYSIS, INEQUALITY, UNEMPLOYMENT AND DEVELOPMENT

  • Agus Jamaludin Postgraduate Students S3 Doctoral Program, Borobudur University, Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Zainal Arifin H. Masri Postgraduate Students S3 Doctoral Program, Borobudur University, Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Anna Nurfakhanah Postgraduate Students S3 Doctoral Program, Borobudur University, Jakarta, Indonesia
Keywords: Poverty, Unemployment, Inequality, Development

Abstract

This research is entitled Analysis of Poverty, Inequality, Unemployment and Indonesian
development. The purpose of this study is to find out about poverty, unemployment, inequality
and development in Indonesia and their causes and what has been done by the government to
overcome them. The research method used is the library research method, which is the study of
literature obtained from the reference of books, scientific papers, government reports in the
Central Statistics Agency, the DPR, and websites that are related to the title of this research.
Poverty is the inability of people to meet their basic needs such as food, clothing and housing
and other equality, unemployment resulting from lack of available employment and business
opportunities that do not support it to be implemented, as well as inequality between the rich
and the poor, between villages with the city. The result is that the current poverty rate is equal
to 9,41% unemployment equals 5,01% inequality 0,382% Development has been carried out
with economic growth amounting to and GDB amounting to Rp3 963,5 triliun.

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P.Todaro, Michael and C. Smith, Stephen, 2002, Economic Development, Erlangga, Jakarta.

Hakim, Abdul, 2002, Development Economics, Ekonosia, Yogyakarta

Published
2019-10-31
How to Cite
Jamaludin, A., Masri, Z. A., & Nurfakhanah, A. (2019). POVERTY ANALYSIS, INEQUALITY, UNEMPLOYMENT AND DEVELOPMENT. International Journal of Engineering Technologies and Management Research, 6(10), 46-58. https://doi.org/10.29121/ijetmr.v6.i10.2019.579