ILLUSTRATIVE SUBSIDY VARIATIONS TO ATTRACT INVESTORS (using the EMERALD Indonesian multi-regional CGE model)

  • Daniel Pambudi
  • Andi Alfian Parewangi

Abstract

Paper ini membahas dampak ekonomi dari subsidi terhadap industri yang dapat menarik minat investor pada daerah tertentu. Dengan mempergunakan EMERALD (Equilibrium Model with Economic Regional Analysis Dimensions) yang merupakan model CGE multi region untuk Indonesia, paper ini menganalisa beberapa simulasi alternatif pembiayaan subsidi industri Tekstil di Jawa Tengah.

Hasil yang diperoleh menunjukkan bahwa subsidi atas industri Tekstil dengan sumber pendanaan bukan pajak akan meningkatkan daya saing industri Tekstil diatas biaya sektor tradable secara keseluruhan. Secara riil, subsidi ini akan meningkatkan PDRB Jawa Tengah sebesar 0.21%. Jika subsidi tersebut dibiayai dari pengenaan pajak atas rumah tangga, akan meningkatkan PDRB Jawa Tengah sebesar 0.11%.

Keyword: Regional, Computable General Equilibrium, investment, subsidy

JEL: C68, D92, E62, O18

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Published
2005-05-20
How to Cite
Pambudi, D., & Parewangi, A. A. (2005). ILLUSTRATIVE SUBSIDY VARIATIONS TO ATTRACT INVESTORS (using the EMERALD Indonesian multi-regional CGE model). Buletin Ekonomi Moneter Dan Perbankan, 7(3), 387 -. https://doi.org/10.21098/bemp.v7i3.115
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