Regional and inter-regional input-output model as a planning tool for economic development in Indonesia.
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Conspicuous inter-regional differences exist in population density and personal income in Indonesia. The future success of economic development in Indonesia requires the identification of some alternatives to the heavy concentration of the population on the island of Java. This paper investigates the applicability of regional and inter-regional input-output models as a planning tool for guiding regional economic development. An inter-regional input-output model is developed which will, if implemented, allow regional economic planning to be accomplished in a consistent manner. It will permit a central planning office to coordinate the choices of the regional planning officials so that these will support national economic development.
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