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Title: The analysis of eminent sectors and the segment shifting of economic sectors
Authors: Olilingo, Fahrudin Zain
Keywords: Economic development -- Indonesia
Regional planning -- Indonesia
Rural development -- Indonesia
Community development -- Indonesia
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: University of Piraeus. International Strategic Management Association
Citation: Olilingo, F. Z. (2019). The analysis of eminent sectors and the segment shifting of economic sectors. European Research Studies Journal, 22(3), 282-293.
Abstract: Purpose: North-North Cooperation encompasses three regencies, North Gorontalo, Buol and North Bolaang Mongondow. This research will analyze the eminent products and also identify the shifting of economic structure. Desigh/Methodology/Approach: The analysis methods used are Location Quotient and Shift Share analysis. Findings: The result of Location Quotient analysis shows that the eminent economic sectors which are becoming the basis sector of those North-North Cooperation area are agriculture, forestry, and mining. Their eminent commodities are corn, cattle, and Vannamie cultivation. The shift share analysis shows a positive result which means the potential of those sectors is highly competitive and there is a big opportunity to develop them. Practical Implications: The study can be used to find out the region economy performance that is reflected by its growth, its rapid growth relative to sectors and its competitiveness. Originality/Value: The results are original for the region and they can be used by the local government to organize the regional cooperation in a more effective way.
ISSN: 11082976
Appears in Collections:European Research Studies Journal, Volume 22, Issue 3

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