The Analysis of Fiscal Policy and Fertility in Regency and City Governments in Indonesia

  • Oktarini Khamilah Siregar
  • Syafruddin Karimi
  • Indrawari Indrawari
  • Endrizal Ridwan
Palabras clave: total fertility rate, local revenue, regional expenditure, regional debt, regional deficit

Resumen

This research aims to analyze whether fiscal policy affects fertility in Regency and City Governments Indonesia using panel data covering the time frame from 2007 to 2017, a cross-section of 432 regency and city governments in In- donesia. Increases in regional expenditure, regional debt, and regional budget deficits affect fertility decisions during the business cycle. However, region- al deficit is due to the high fertility in 432 regency and city governments in Indonesia. Households feel immoral to increase child demand as long as the provincial government is highly in debt and deficit due to low regional income. They do not want to burden future debt to their children and avoid sustaina- ble regional fiscal deficits.

Biografía del autor/a

Oktarini Khamilah Siregar
University of Pembangunan Panca Budi Medan, Indonesia.
Syafruddin Karimi
Andalas University, Indonesia
Indrawari Indrawari
Andalas University, Indonesia
Endrizal Ridwan
Andalas University, Indonesia

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2019-08-13