The influence of macroeconomic variables, processing industry, and education services on economic growth in Indonesia
This study aims to look at the effect of Human Development Index (HDI), consumption, investment, and imports on economic growth in Indonesia and especially in the Province of Yogyakarta from 2010 to 2018. The research model used was panel data. The findings showed that HDI had a negative influence on economic growth. This happens because the education fee and health costs are expensive in Indonesia. Other findings implied that the number of imported goods did not have an influence on economic growth in the Special Province of Yogyakarta. Therefore, this issue needs to be studied seriously since it will have an impact on unemployment.
Human Development Index, consumption, investment, imports, economic growth
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FundingLP3M Universitas Muhmamadiyah Yogyakarta, Indonesia supported this research.
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