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Pertumbuhan Kredit, Pertumbuhan Industri, Model Markov Switching



Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk menganalisis dampak pertumbuhan kredit terhadap pertumbuhan industri. Dalam menganalisis dampaknya, penelitian ini mengklasifikasi pertumbuhan industri ke dalam dua state atau regime. Sehingga, dapat diidentifikasi dampak pertumbuhan kredit pada masing-masing regime. Dengan menggunakan Markov Switching Model, hasilnya didapati bahwa pengaruh pertumbuhan kredit terhadap pertumbuhan industri lebih besar pada regime pertumbuhan rendah dibandingkan regime pertumbuhan tinggi. Hal ini mengindikasikan bahwa pertumbuhan kredit dapat memainkan peran dalam menstabilisasi tren pertumbuhan yang sedang berlangsung. Sementara itu, terkait dengan probabilitas transisional, studi ini juga mendapati bahwa transisi dari regime pertumbuhan rendah ke pertumbuhan tinggi dan sebaliknya cenderung bersifat persisten.


Kata Kunci: Pertumbuhan Kredit, Pertumbuhan Industri, Model Markov Switching  



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