DISPARITAS DAN POLA KONSUMSI MASYARAKAT KOTA MALANG

Setyo Wahyu Sulistyono, Ida Nur, Dwi Susilowati

Abstract


The calculation of the gini coefficient or the gini index illustrated through the Lorenz curve with a diagonal line illustrates perfectly even distribution of income, having a vulnerable value of 0 to 1 between income groups in the community. Furthermore, the Gini coefficient is used to measure how much income is received by the community and as a benchmark for the success of development in the economic field. In this case, it is one indicator of the success of full human development. This index is used to determine the level of poverty, consumption patterns, employment, and Community Income Distribution in an area, For this reason, it is necessary to measure the inequality of Malang City in this case as the object of research with the use of snowball sampling in measuring the level of success and even distribution of economic development using the Gini Index system as a system that can project and provide a measure of success development with community consumption expenditure approach with the results of the Malang City disparity study is said to be relatively low with more consumption patterns to food needs and a pattern of shifting to secondary needs. with public revenues experiencing a moderate range in the employment sector, namely trade, hotels and restaurants and services


Keywords


Disparity, Consumption Pattern

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