EFFECT OF MINUMUM WAGE, GDP AND POPULATION AGAINST OPEN UNEMPLOYMENT RATE IN WEST JAVA IN 2010-2013

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EFFECT OF MINUMUM WAGE, GDP AND POPULATION AGAINST OPEN UNEMPLOYMENT RATE IN WEST JAVA IN 2010-2013

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Title: EFFECT OF MINUMUM WAGE, GDP AND POPULATION AGAINST OPEN UNEMPLOYMENT RATE IN WEST JAVA IN 2010-2013
Author: Garlinia, Helin
Abstract: The open unemployment rate is the working age population or labor force who have never worked and was trying to get a job, who have never worked but for some reason stopped or terminated and is trying to get a job back, and they were relieved assigned either to be recalled or not, but was trying to find a job. The purpose of the study is to determine how much influence the factors that affect the rate of open unemployment in West Java. The independent variable in this study is the GDP, the minimum wage and population. Because the researchers wanted to see the effect of each independent variable on the open unemployment rate. The data used to use panel data by taking 26 districts / cities in West Java 2010-2013. The data were taken in the form of secondary data drawn from the literature and previous research. The data is processed by using analysis of Random Effects Model (REM) assisted with software Eviews 8 in operation.The results showed that the influence GDP to open unemployment coefficient is 0.2464. In the minimum wage to open unemployment coefficient is -0.1780. Population to open unemployment variable coefficient is 0.7665. The results show that the model can predict correctly used by 73.18% of the observations for the periods.
URI: http://repository.widyatama.ac.id/xmlui/handle/123456789/6627
Date: 2015-11-09


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