Impact of a Lower Oil Subsidy on Indonesian Macroeconomic Performance, Agricultural Sector and Poverty Incidences (A Recursive Dynamic Computable General Equilibrium Analysis)

PEP working paper serie 2007-28

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Rina Oktaviani

Bogor Agricultural University - Department of Economics

Dedi Budiman Hakim

Bogor Agricultural University - Department of Economics

Hermanto Siregar

Bogor Agricultural University - Department of Economics

Sahara

Bogor Agricultural University - Department of Economics

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Date Written: 2007

Abstract

This research is directed to examining the impact of the fiscal policies on macroeconomic variables, the performance of the agricultural sector and the income distribution or welfare of low-income households. Specifically, the objectives of the research are to analyse the impacts of the fiscal policies - in particular fuel and fertiliser subsidies - on the performance of economic sectors, particularly agricultural sectors, in terms of production, capital accumulation, employment absorption, wages, price forms, income distribution and also on the poverty incidence. The analysis will be made using a sequentially dynamic CGE model with GAMS software.

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Oktaviani, Rina and Hakim, Dedi Budiman and Siregar, Hermanto and Sahara, Impact of a Lower Oil Subsidy on Indonesian Macroeconomic Performance, Agricultural Sector and Poverty Incidences (A Recursive Dynamic Computable General Equilibrium Analysis) (2007). PEP working paper serie 2007-28, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3171626 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3171626

Rina Oktaviani (Contact Author)

Bogor Agricultural University - Department of Economics ( email )

Indonesia

Dedi Budiman Hakim

Bogor Agricultural University - Department of Economics ( email )

Indonesia

Hermanto Siregar

Bogor Agricultural University - Department of Economics ( email )

Indonesia

Sahara

Bogor Agricultural University - Department of Economics ( email )

Indonesia

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