Basis Sector in the Economic Structure of Badung Regency, Bali, Indonesia

Made - Antara, I.G.A. Oka Suryawardhani, Ni Made Lodi Dwi Utami


Badung is one of the tourism development centers in Bali with prominent tourism destinations are Kuta, Jimbaran and Nusa Dua. The development of tourism in Badung regency is rapidly causing inequality of regional development between north and south and the imbalance of development between economic sectors. So it is necessary to analyze the basis sectors in accordance with the potential of north and central region. The purpose of this study is to analyze the basis sectors in the economic structure of Badung Regency and to track the causative factors the change of the role of agriculture sub-sector using Shift Share analysis method. This study uses secondary data in the form of data of Gross Regional Domestic Product (GRDP) 2011-2016, like GRDP and Badung and Bali, and Growth rate GRDP. Data collection methods used was documentation method and data analyze using Static Location Quotient (LQ), Dynamic Location Quotient (DLQ), and Shift Share. The results of analysis showed that the basis sectors in economic structure of Badung Regency is water supply, waste, and recycling sector, construction sector, transportation and warehousing sector, and accommodation and feeding supply sector. The agricultural sub-sector has three sub-sub-sectors that are able to become the basis sub-subsector in the future are food crop sub-sub-sectors, horticultural crops sub-subsector, and fishery sub-sector. Two factors causing the change of agriculture, forestry and fishery sub-sector positions in the economic structure of Badung Regency, namely economic structure and location factor.

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