Analisis Perwilayahan Pembangunan dan Iklim Investasi di Provinsi Bengkulu

Yana Tatiana, Muhammad Firdaus, Hermanto J Siregar, Himawan Hariyoga


Sustainable Economic growth in the long run be a development goal.
Development that is driven by the growth of investment will create sustainability. Local
governments use many methods in promoting the region to attract investment. This
paper aims to analyze the factors affect the investment climate as well as determine
sectors driving the success of development in the province of Bengkulu (9 counties and
one city) by using Quotients Klassen, Location quation (LQ), shiftshare, fiscal capacity
and regression. This study concluded that areas which have base sector in agricultural
capable of developing and developed despite its ability to attract FDI and domestic
investment is relatifly low. While the areas natural resources such as mining become
center of domestic and foreign investment, was not able to develop into advanced and
fast growing areas. Ownership of land and infrastructure becomes the dominant factor
affecting the investment climate in the Province of Bengkulu


investasi wilayah, iklim investasi, pembangunan wilayah.


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