The Effect of Population, Human Development Index, and Gross Regional Domestic Product on Poor Population
Keywords:Number of Population,, Human Development Index,, Gross Regional Domestic Product,, Number of Poor Population
Purpose: This study aims to determine the effect of population, Human Development Index and Gross Regional Domestic Product on the number of poor people in Minahasa District
Theoretical Framework: The data used in this study uses secondary data sourced from the Central Bureau of Statistics for North Sulawesi Province in 2011-2021. This type of research is quantitative research.
Design/Methodology/Approach: The analysis technique used in this study is panel data regression analysis.
Findings: The results showed that population, Human Development Index, and Gross Regional Domestic Product have an effect on the number of poor people. The population number and Human Development Index variables have a positive and significant effect on the number of poor people. The Gross Regional Domestic Product variable has a negative and significant effect on the population
Research Practical and Social Implications: The Gross Regional Domestic Product variable has a negative and significant effect on the population.
Originality/Value: Partially the population has a positive and significant effect on the numberpoor people in Minahasa, North Minahasa, South Minahasa,Southeast Minahasa in 2012-2021.
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