Rita Rosiana, Agus Solikhan Yulianto, Nurhayati Soleha




This research was aimed to analyze the moderating effect of the internal control weakness on the impact of of government expenditure on human development index.  Human resources quality was considered as the important factor for the growth of a region. The optimally government expenditure could give positive impact on the human resource quality. Otherwise the ineffective government expenditure was expected to giv negative impact on human resources development. This research was conducted over the financial data released by the municipal government in Banten Province for the period of 2009-2012. The analysis shows that government expenditure influences the human development index. The weakness of internal control does not show the moderating effect over the influence of government expenditure on human development index.


Keywords: Human development index, Internal Control and Government Expenditure 



Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk menganalisis pengaruh moderasi dari kelemahan pengendalian internal terhadap dampak pengeluaran pemerintah terhadap indeks pembangunan manusia. Kualitas sumber daya manusia dianggap sebagai faktor penting untuk pertumbuhan suatu daerah. Pengeluaran pemerintah yang optimal dapat memberikan dampak positif pada kualitas sumber daya manusia. Kalau tidak, pengeluaran pemerintah yang tidak efektif diperkirakan akan berdampak negatif terhadap pengembangan sumber daya manusia. Penelitian ini dilakukan atas data keuangan yang dirilis oleh pemerintah kota di Provinsi Banten untuk periode 2009-2012. Analisis menunjukkan bahwa pengeluaran pemerintah mempengaruhi indeks pembangunan manusia. Kelemahan pengendalian internal tidak menunjukkan efek moderasi atas pengaruh pengeluaran pemerintah pada indeks pembangunan manusia.


Kata Kunci: Indeks pembangunan manusia, Kontrol Internal, dan Pengeluaran Pemerintah

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