The Effect of Human Development Index (IPM), Gini Ratio, and Gross Domestic Products on the Number of Stunting in Indonesia


Authors : Fuad Shofi Anam; Saiful Adhi Saputra

Volume/Issue : Volume 6 - 2021, Issue 2 - February

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Indonesia, trailing Cambodia, ranks fifth with the highest stunting rate in the Asian region. Especially in Indonesia, there are many factors that cause stunting. There are two kinds of factors: economic and noneconomic. The researchers evaluated economic factors using sub-factors that were also used as independent variables, such as the Human Growth Index, Gini Ratio, GDP at constant prices, and GDP at present prices, in this analysis. This research uses a quantitative methodology from 34 provinces in Indonesia for two consecutive years, 2018 and 2019, with the panel data regression process. Results of the data review indicate that only the GDP component has a major influence on the extent of stunting in Indonesia at current prices. This is because, in Indonesia, the extent of stunting continues to be caused by non-economic causes

Keywords : Human Growth Index; Gini Ratio; GDP; Stunting.

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