Segmented development an the way profits go: The case of Indonesia

Steven J. Keuning

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Abstract

Most developing countries profits account for a large proportion of national income, but their origins and use are widely divergent, related to the nature of ownership of the enterprise. This will be illustrated by the way profits go in Indonesia.
By industry of origin (38 subsectors) they accrue to four categories of owners, (foreign, public, private national incorporated, unincorporated), next the imputed income of the self-employed is substracted in order to arrive at the functional distribution of income by sector, and lastly the destination (depreciation, interests, taxes, dividends, retained earnings) of each type of corporate capital income is shown.
The estimates indicate a segmentation of activities, with regards to ownership as well as factor shares.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationDen Haag
PublisherInternational Institute of Social Studies (ISS)
Number of pages96
Publication statusPublished - Feb 1984
Externally publishedYes

Publication series

SeriesISS working papers. General series
Number3
ISSN0921-0210

Bibliographical note

This paper is a summary of a report written by the author for a joint project between the Central Bureau of Statistics (BPS), Jakarta, Prof. Thorbecke of Cornell University, Ithaca, NY and the ISS, dealing with the construction of a System of Socio-economic Accounts for Indonesia.

Series

  • ISS Working Paper-General Series

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