CONNECTIVITY INCLUSIVE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY IN DECENTRALIZED INDONESIA

Authors

  • Rahcmad Budi Suharto , Eny Rochaida , Juliansyah Roy , Made Setini

Abstract

Purpose of the study: This study analyses the relationship of inclusive economic development to
the quality of the environment in Indonesia.
Methodology: Secondary data used, derived from; BAPPENAS, Ministry of Environment and
Forestry of the Republic of Indonesia, period 2013 to 2017
Main Findings: The results showed that inclusive economic development still resulted in
environmental degradation. The inclusive economic development index, one of the sustainable
development goals that represent the achievement of economic dimensions and social
dimensions, leads to environmental degradation.
Applications of this study: The inclusive economic development index, one of the sustainable
development goals that represent the achievement of economic dimensions and social
dimensions, leads to environmental degradation. The Kuznets Environmental Hypothesis Curve
(EKC) did not occur in this study's year of observation. . Future researchers may consider
research to determine sustainable development indicators, which are composite indicators
consisting of all dimensions (economic, social, environmental).

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Published

2020-12-01

How to Cite

Rahcmad Budi Suharto , Eny Rochaida , Juliansyah Roy , Made Setini. (2020). CONNECTIVITY INCLUSIVE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY IN DECENTRALIZED INDONESIA. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 4252 - 4261. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/1666