The Determinants of Green and Non Green City: An Empirical Research in Indonesia
Amin Pujiati, Purbayu Budi Santosa, J.J. Sarungu, A.M. Soesilo

Abstract
This study aims to identify the green and non-green city as well as the factors that affect the classification of green and non-green city in the urban agglomeration areas of Semarang and Yogyakarta in Indonesia. The data used is the secondary data sourced from the Central Bureau of Statistics (BPS), in 2000-2010 in 14 regencies / municipality . Analysis tools using multinomial logistic regression. The cities which classified into the green city are Semarang municipality, Sleman regency, Magelang regency and Klaten regency, and the other cities are non green city. Results of other studies showing population growth, the rate of industrial employment, the rate of education and the rate of government expenditure affect the classification of cities based on urban growth and environmental quality.The growth of per capita income have no effect, this means that the growth of per capita income can not be relied upon to predict the classification of cities based on urban growth and environmental quality. Results of this study are expected to provide information to municipalities as urban decision-making ingredient.The information of green and non green city can be used as a promotional tool for the regency/municapality. Publication of green city can be used to attract people and capital or investment.

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