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ANALISIS DAMPAK SEKTOR PARIWISATA TERHADAP PENDAPATAN ASLI DAERAH KABUPATEN PESISIR SELATAN TAHUN 2000 – 2014

YENNY DEL ROSA
Abstract
The research objective is to analyze the influence of the number of attractions, the number of tourists and the GDP of the Local Revenue South Coastal district partially and simultaneously the year 2000 - 2014 at a significance level of 5%. Data research using secondary data in the form of time series data obtained through library research from Tourism Office reports the South Coastal district and the Central Bureau of Statistics. Before the data were analyzed first tested the assumptions of classical form multicollinearity test, test for normality and heteroscedasticity test. Having performed classical assumption turns on the data research data is not the case multikolinearitas because TOL <10 and VIF <10. The data is spread normally because one sample Kolmogorov-Smirnov Test asymp.sig.2 (2-tailed) 0.391> 0.05. Heteroskidastity also occur as a result scaterplot chart shows the predictive value of local revenue with residual no clear pattern and dots spread above and below zero on the Y axis of the multiple non-linear regression equation Log Y = 0.764 + 1.009 Log Log X1 Log X2 + 0.385 + 0.330 Log X3 + e. Partial hypothesis testing at a significance level of 5% indicates that the number of tourist attractions and a number of significant effect on local revenue district South Coast except GDP no significant effect on local revenue district South Coast. Simultaneous testing at a significance level of 5% menunjukkaan that the number of attractions, the number of tourists and GDP significantly influence local revenue district South Coast. The correlation coefficient between the number of attractions, the number of tourists and GDP in local revenue district South Coast 0,841 (strong), the coefficient of determination is 0.707 and adjusted R-square value of 0.609.
Keyword
number of attractions, the number of tourists, GDP and Local Revenue