The Influence of Inflation, Productive Population and Government Expenditures on Regional Original Income with Economic Growth as Intervening Variables in Bulukumba Regency
In an autonomous region, the Regional Original Income, often known as PAD, is a substantial source of revenue that may be used for both regular finance and development financing. When a nation strives to raise its real national income, one of the challenges it must contend with over the long run is economic growth. The purpose of this research is to investigate the impact on local income and economic development brought about by factors such as the rate of inflation, the proportion of the population that is of working age, and the amount of money spent by the government. The results of this study indicate that inflation, the number of productive age population and government spending have a significant effect on Regional Original Income. Partially inflation, the number of productive age population is not significant to Regional Original Income and government spending has a significant effect on Regional Original Income. Simultaneously, inflation, the number of productive age population and government spending have no significant effect on economic growth.