Comparative Analysis of the Economic Leading Sectors in Sorong and Sorong Selatan Districts Using Location Quotient and Shift-Share Analysis
Keywords:Leading Economic Sector, Location Quotient, Shift Share
Sorong Regency's economy is stronger than South Sorong Regency's. This is because Sorong Regency is on the edge of the city compared to South Sorong Regency. The role of each economic sector does not influence GRDP growth, and the income contribution of each sector in each district is the result of planning and growth carried out in that area. The analytical methods used in this research are LQ and shift-share analysis. The research results show (a) that there are different leading or based sectors between Sorong Regency and South Sorong Regency. This difference is caused by the superior sectors in each region. Sorong Regency is superior in the Processing Industry Sector with a base sector value of 2.33, while South Sorong Regency has superior sectors in the form of the Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries Sector with a base sector value of 2.06; and (b) the majority of economic sectors in Sorong Regency and South Sorong Regency are classified as having different progressive growth. In Sorong Regency, 11 sectors are considered progressive or advanced in growth. There are only six sectors that are considered slow, namely the Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries sector; the Mining and Quarrying sector; the Processing Industry sector; the Transportation and Warehousing sector; the Corporate Services sector; and the Education Services sector. Meanwhile, in South Sorong Regency, 13 sectors are considered progressive or advanced in growth. There are only 4 sectors that are considered slow, namely the mining and quarrying sector; the water supply, waste management, and waste and recycling sectors; the transportation and warehousing sector; and the corporate services sector.
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