Impact of Implementation of Direct Cash Transfer Program 2008/2009 on Household Consumption in Central Java Province

S. Subanti, A. R. Hakim, Inaki Maulida Hakim

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Abstract

This study aims to see the impact of direct cash transfer program for 2008/2009 on household consumption of food, nonfood, education, and health in Central Java Province. The study is expected to provide important findings for the improvement of a similar program in the future. This study findings that (1) the increasing in food and non-food consumption for direct cash transfer recipients than non direct cash transfer recipients; (2) the impact of households expenditure on education for direct cash transfer recipients is higher than non direct cash transfer recipients; (3) the impact of households expenditure on health for direct cash transfer recipients is lower than non direct cash transfer recipients. This study recommended that (1) implementation of direct cash transfer program 2008/2009 must be managed to be better because this program can defend household welfare. It shows from several indicators of well-being such as consumption spending, education, and health; (2) data targets for poor households (very poor, poor, nearly poor) must be updated.

Original languageEnglish
Article number012036
JournalJournal of Physics: Conference Series
Volume824
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 18 Apr 2017
Event3rd International Conference on Mathematics, Science and Education 2016, ICMSE 2016 - Semarang, Indonesia
Duration: 3 Sep 20164 Sep 2016

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