Industrialization Strategy and the Sustainable Development in Indonesia

Fachru Norfian
Center for Industry, SME and Business Competition Studies
University of Trisakti
Grogol, West-Jakarta, Indonesia
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Abstract

Even though industrial production in Indonesia has been in?uenced by the long process of regime changes that increase industrial production from the period of 1971 to the one of 2005, but it has not triggered yet the process of industrialization and so development in Indonesia have not changed signi?cantly despite of its high growth rate for long period notably between 1971 and 1997. In order to verify this hypothesis, this study uses input-output analysis approach that directly tackle sustainable development strategy and sectoral interactions that can detail and reveal structural change and innovation, information that is not provided by other methods. The result is extended with the structural decomposition. The analysis shows that Indonesia has experienced a significant sectors growth during the period while the impact of import substitution and export promotion to the industrialization process was very weak. It is observable that the small and medium enterprises could play a significant role in contributing to the effectiveness of industrialization strategy implementation.

Key words: input-output analysis, industrialization process, international development strategy, import substitution, export promotion
JEL codes: C67, L52, O14, O25, O33, O47


 

International Journal of Small and Medium Enterprises and Business Sustainability,Vol.1, No.2 (November 2015), pp. 109 - 133 
© 2015 by Center for Industry, SME and Business Competition Studies, USAKTI
ISSN:2442-9368 electronic 


 

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