The Influence of Financial Performance Dimensions on Local Government Capital Expenditure Allocation

  • Rusdiah Hasanuddin STIE YPUP, Makassar
  • E. Elpisah STKIP Pembangunan Indonesia, Makassar
  • M. Muslim Universitas Muslim Indonesia, Makassar
Keywords: Degree of Decentralization, Financial Dependency, Financial Independence, GDP Effectiveness, Capital Expenditure Allocation

Abstract

The purpose of this research is to analyze and to know the effect of degrees of decentralization, financial dependency, financial independence, effectiveness of PAD and the degree of contribution of BUMD to the allocation of capital expenditures of Gowa Regency. This research uses explanative research, which aims to test and obtain empirical evidence of the direct effect of financial performance on the allocation of regional government capital expenditures of Gowa Regency in 2002 until 2016. The data source used is secondary data using multiple linear regression method that is the method of analysis for more than one independent variable. Based on the test results found that the degree of decentralization and financial dependence have a negative and insignificant effect on the allocation of capital expenditure, financial independence has a positive and not significant effect on the allocation of capital expenditure while the effectiveness of PAD and the contribution of BUMD have positive and significant influence on the allocation of capital expenditure. Among the five independent variables, the most dominant effectiveness of PAD (X4) has an influence in the allocation of capital expenditure of the Gowa Regency Government compared to other variables.

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Published
2021-11-21
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Hasanuddin, R., Elpisah, E., & Muslim, M. (2021). The Influence of Financial Performance Dimensions on Local Government Capital Expenditure Allocation. ATESTASI : Jurnal Ilmiah Akuntansi, 4(2), 291 - 300. https://doi.org/10.33096/atestasi.v4i2.956
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