ANALISIS POTENSI SEKTOR BASIS DAN NON BASIS KOTA SABANG TAHUN 2013-2019
The success of a region in improving its economy can be measured by the growth of Gross Domestic Regional Product (GDRP) from various existing sectors. This Gross Domestic Regional Product (GDRP) growth occurs if the region has a leading sector or a basic sector whose growth rate is relatively fast and has strong competitiveness and a non-basic sector that has the opportunity to become a basic sector if the local government is able to condition the opportunities that exist into an optimal result. This study uses secondary data obtained from the Central Statistics Agency (BPS) of Aceh Province in the form of time series data for 7 years, namely the 2013-2019 period. This research was conducted to identify the basic and non-basic sectors in the economic structure of the City of Sabang for the period 2013 - 2019 using the LQ (location quotient) analysis method, the Dynamic Location Quotient (DLQ) method, Shift Share Analysis, and quadrant analysis. 10 basic sectors with the highest average index value SLQ ≥ 1 and 7 sectors which are non-basic sectors with index numbers <1. In the quadrant analysis from the results of the existing Shift-Share calculations, there are 3 sectors in Quadrant I with fast and strong growth,3 sectors in Quadrant II with slow and strong growth, and 11 sectors in Quadrant III with fast growth but have weak competitiveness
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