Dadan Sidqul Anwar


Bandung City as the Jakarta’s buffer and the Capital City of West Java has attracted immigrants which result in the increasing number of its population. This phenomenon has led to growing unemployment rate. Fiscal decentralization is believed to be able to solve the problem. In this study, the writer wants to investigate the impacts of budget allocation on some sectors to Bandung City
output, income, employment, and the institution. Input-output and descriptive analyses are deployed in analyzing the data. The result proves that hotel and communication sectors have a significant role in Bandung economy. Their multiplier effect and linkage are high. The impact of fiscal decentralization on those sectors on output and income is high. However, Bandung City institution tends to be inefficient in budget allocation as well as at operational level.


How to Cite
Anwar, D. S. (2019). DAMPAK DESENTRALISASI FISKAL TERHADAP OUTPUT, PENDAPATAN, KESEMPATAN KERJA, DAN KELEMBAGAAN KOTA BANDUNG. Jurnal Ilmu Administrasi: Media Pengembangan Ilmu Dan Praktek Administrasi, 6(2), 02. https://doi.org/10.31113/jia.v6i2.351



Carbonara, Emanuela. 2000. Corruption and Decentralization. WP 342/83-Dipartimento di

Scienze Economiche, Bologna.

Lin, J. and Z. Liu. 2000. Fiscal Decentralization and Economic Growth in China. Economic

Development and Cultural Change 49 (1): 1-22.

Pardede, Ratlan. 2004. Dampak Desentralisasi Fiskal terhadap Pembangunan Ekonomi

Kabupaten Tapanuli Utara dan Kota Medan: Aplikasi Model Input-Output. Disertasi Doktor

pada Sekolah Pascasarjana Institut Pertanian Bogor.

Prud’homme. 1995. The Dangers of Decentralization. World Bank Economic Review 9.

Rose-Ackerman, Susan. 1997. Corruption and Development. Proceedings of the Annual Bank

Conference on Development Economics. Washington DC: World Bank.

Saefudin. 2005. Dampak Desentralisasi Fiskal terhadap Kinerja Perekonomian dan Kelembagaan

di Provinsi Riau. Thesis pada Sekolah Pascasarjana Institut Pertanian Bogor.

Tanzi, Vito. 1996. Fiscal Federalism and Decentralization: A Review of Some Efficiency and

Macroeconomic Aspects. Annual World Bank Conference on Development Economics, M.

Bruno and B. Pleskovic (eds.), 295-316. Washington DC: World Bank.

Vazquez, Jorge Martinez and Robert M. McNab. 1994. Corruption, Governmental Activities

and Markets. IMF Working Paper 94/99. Washington, D.C. International Monetary


_______. 2001. Fiscal Decentralization and Economic Growth. Working Paper #1-01. January

International Studies Program. Andrew Young School of Policy Studies. Dari


Yudhoyono, Susilo Bambang. 2004. Kebijakan Fiskal Indonesia: Dinamika, Permasalahan, dan

pilihan. Brighten Press, Bogor.

Zhang, Tao dan Heng-fu Zou. 1997. Fiscal Decentralization, the Composition of Public

Spending, and Regional Growth in India. Development Research Group Working Paper.

Washington DC: World Bank.