ANALISIS PENGARUH UPAH MINIMUM, INVESTASI DAN PENGELUARAN PEMERINTAH TERHADAP PENYERAPAN TENAGA KERJA BERDASARKAN PENDIDIKAN

Retno Wilis

Abstract


This study analyzes the influence of the minimum wage, investment and gov-ernment spending on educated employment, trained employment and unedu-cated and untrained employment in 38 Regencies/Cities of East Java Province
in 2008–2013. The research is using quantitative approach, panel data analysis
and Fixed Effect Model (FEM) method. The results show that the minimum
wage variable has negative significant effect on the educated employment,
trained employment and uneducated and untrained employment. Regional
investment variable does not significantly affect to the educated employment,
trained employment and uneducated and untrained employment. Domestic
investment variable has positive significant effect on the trained employment,
but does not significantly affect to the educated employment and uneducated
and untrained employment. Foreign investment variable does not significantly
affect to the educated employment, trained employment and uneducated and
untrained employment. And government spending variable has positive sig-nificant effect on the educated employment and uneducated and untrained
employment, but does not significantly affect to the trained employment

Keywords


minimum wage, regional investment, domestic investment, foreign investment, government spending, employment

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.18860/ed.v3i1.3335

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