Impact of tourism on development in Bali Province
Keywords:agriculture, economy, growth, productivity, tourism
This study aims to determine the impact of tourism on the growth of the agricultural sector, and labor productivity in the agricultural sector. This research was conducted in Bali Province because Bali played a major role in creating the image of Indonesian tourism at national and international levels. This study uses secondary data sourced from the Central Statistics Agency of the Bali Province. To answer the purpose of this study the data were analyzed descriptively and the Panel Data Regression. The province of Bali has always had a GRDP growth above the national level because tourism has a role as a locative economic development. The structure of the Balinese economy has different characteristics from other regions in Indonesia. The excellence of the tourism industry has given its color to the economy in Bali. With the increasing economy, the contribution of the agricultural sector to GRDP has declined, but its role in absorbing labor is still quite large. The results showed that the development of the tourism sector in Bali could increase the growth of the agricultural sector and increase labor productivity in the agricultural sector significantly.
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