Analysis of Economic Growth Factors in 10 Asian Countries


Authors : Endang, Joko Hadi Susilo

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 7 - July

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6985152

Abstract : This study aims to ascertain the impact of tax income, exports, and the corruption perception index on economic growth in 10 Asian countries. To determine post-COVID-19 economic strategies, this research was conducted by analyzing data utilizing panel data from the year before the COVID-19 pandemic. Based on the type of secondary data used in this study, namely panel data, a descriptive quantitative analytic approach was used to conduct it. The results of this study show that in 10 Asian countries, Tax Revenue significantly negatively impacts the GDB variable. According to its coefficient, the GDB variable is said to be negatively affected by the tax revenue variable. In other words, the percentage of GDB will fall if tax income increases and vice versa. In 10 Asian nations, the GDB variable is significantly impacted by the Corruption Perception Index (CPI). The GDB variable's coefficient shows that it has a positive impact on the GDB variable. In other words, the proportion of GDB will rise if the corruption Perception Index (CPI) rises, and vice versa. Exports (EKS) indicate that in 10 Asian nations, the EKS variable has a positive but minor impact on the PDB variable. Therefore, it can be concluded that export value, whether high or low, has no impact on increasing economic growth.

Keywords : Economic Growth, Corruption Perception Index, Tax Revenue and Exports.

This study aims to ascertain the impact of tax income, exports, and the corruption perception index on economic growth in 10 Asian countries. To determine post-COVID-19 economic strategies, this research was conducted by analyzing data utilizing panel data from the year before the COVID-19 pandemic. Based on the type of secondary data used in this study, namely panel data, a descriptive quantitative analytic approach was used to conduct it. The results of this study show that in 10 Asian countries, Tax Revenue significantly negatively impacts the GDB variable. According to its coefficient, the GDB variable is said to be negatively affected by the tax revenue variable. In other words, the percentage of GDB will fall if tax income increases and vice versa. In 10 Asian nations, the GDB variable is significantly impacted by the Corruption Perception Index (CPI). The GDB variable's coefficient shows that it has a positive impact on the GDB variable. In other words, the proportion of GDB will rise if the corruption Perception Index (CPI) rises, and vice versa. Exports (EKS) indicate that in 10 Asian nations, the EKS variable has a positive but minor impact on the PDB variable. Therefore, it can be concluded that export value, whether high or low, has no impact on increasing economic growth.

Keywords : Economic Growth, Corruption Perception Index, Tax Revenue and Exports.

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