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Decentralization in Indonesia as a political problem

Gerald S. Maryanov

Decentralization in Indonesia as a political problem

by Gerald S. Maryanov

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Published by Equinox Pub. in Jakarta .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Decentralization in government,
  • Administrative and political divisions

  • Edition Notes

    StatementGerald S Maryanov
    The Physical Object
    Pagination133 p. ;
    Number of Pages133
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24919650M
    ISBN 109786028397124
    LC Control Number2011338044

    Decentralization can be described, in general terms, as the ‘socio-political process’ of ‘power-sharing arrangements’ between central government and local authorities in planning, management and decision-making. 6–10 This process is often triggered by a desire to bring politicians and policy-makers closer to citizens 11–14 and also. Decentralization in Indonesia: legislative aspects. () Decentralization in Indonesia as a political problem. () McVey, Ruth Thomas. The Calcutta Conference and the Southeast Asian uprisings. () The Soviet view of the Indonesian revolution; a study in the Russian attitude towards Asian nationalism. () Moertono, Soemarsaid,

    Fiscal Decentralization in Indonesia: A New Approach to an Old Idea PAUL SMOKE Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A. and BLANE D. LEWIS* Harvard Institute for International Development, Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A. Summary. book is to take stock of the progress, problems, and potentials of fiscal decentralization in developing countries by bringing together a set of studies from a variety of countries around the world. Decentralization in developing countries sometimes seems to be viewed as either a panacea or a plague – either a cure for all the ills of such coun-.

      In the past, the Indonesian National Armed Forces (Tentara Nasional Indonesia: TNI) enjoyed strong levels of political influence, especially under former president Suharto. That, however, deteriorated over time as Indonesia progressed into the democratic era. Combating Corruption in a Decentralized Indonesia 1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Decentralization and corruption in Indonesia. A year after regional autonomy entered into force in , a wave of corruption cases swept across Indonesia’s newly empowered regional parliaments. Commencing with the most storied case in West.


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Decentralization in Indonesia as a political problem by Gerald S. Maryanov Download PDF EPUB FB2

Decentralization in Indonesia as a political problem. Ithaca, N.Y., Modern Indonesia Project, Southeast Asia Program, Dept. of Far Eastern Studies, Cornell University, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Gerald Seymour Maryanov.

This book integrates the fundamental theories of decentralization and rural development, providing a comprehensive explanation of how they can be successfully implemented to improve the livelihoods of rural communities in Indonesia.

The topics addressed in this book include participatory budgeting, social capital, community participation, local capacity development, and poverty alleviation, which are discussed in detail from the perspectives of local politics Author: Sutiyo.

Indonesia over the past two decades has embarked on decentralization as part of a broader process of democratization across the archipelago. The purpose of this book is to explore the connections between governance and sustainable society in a wide variety of policy fields, and how reforming governance structures may contribute to societal benefits and the creation of a long-term sustainable.

Indonesia in International Perspective. In many respects, Indonesia's system of fiscal decentralization would seem to be make it an outlier. It has many of the characteristics of a country that typically chooses decentralization as an economic policy, but it File Size: KB. However, it is also true that a variety of problems are gushing out in the process of implementing decentralization in Indonesia.

This paper discusses the relationship between decentralization and the formation of the nation state with the awareness of the problems and issues described above.

and Indonesia. The decentralization literature promotes the good governance aspects associated with decentralization including local citizen participation, democratic elections and financial and political equity. Decentralization was designed to bring a measure of autonomy to Indonesia.

On the positive side, unlike in many developing and transition countries, the decentralization program in Indonesia has not caused major political or economic problems.

However, the decentralization program was ill prepared and not carried out in a logical order for two by: 9. On the positive side, unlike in many developing and transition countries, the decentralization program in Indonesia has not caused major political or economic problems.

However, the decentralization program was ill prepared Cited by: 9. The process of decentralization in Indonesia was initiated after a long period of autocratic rule.

Despite the political imperatives, there is a need to carefully sequence the fiscal decentralization to ensure that financing follows the assignment of functions. The functions should be commensurate with the capacity to provide public services.

The paper argues for the proper sequencing to avoid. that would fundamentally rework the political landscape of Indonesia by decentralizing authority to local leaders. Rasyid, a U.S.-educated professor at the government’s Institute for the Science of Government, had advocated decentralization in Indonesia since the early s, but the lack of political will from.

This study contributes to our knowledge on the impact of decentralization of the education sector in Indonesia. We extend existing research by examining the influence of both municipal factors and other explanatory variables on educational attainment in Indonesia.

We focus on mean years of schooling as an indicator of educational attainment. Political decentralization often requires constitutional or statutory reforms, the development of pluralistic political parties, the strengthening of legislatures, creation of local political units, and the encouragement of effective public interest groups.

Indonesia has had decentralization legislation on its books since ; the process. Indonesia is a secular country in the sense that its political policies are not necessarily derived from religious teachings and that it does not have a single state religion. Religion, however, does play a very important role in Indonesian society.

During this time period, Indonesia decentralized in several dimensions–administrative, fiscal, and political–more or less simultaneously. The bulk of the administrative and fiscal decentralization was introduced in a “big-bang” fashion in yearwhile the political decentralization process took place gradually and idiosyncratically across the districts over a time period spanning.

This paper discusses Indonesia’s experience implementing decentralization in the post-New Order Era. It focuses on the concept of decentralization introduced in Law No. 22 ofthe process of implementing the concept, the results and factors that affected the results.

This paper also discusses briefly the Indonesia’s system of government in. Indonesia is the world's largest archipelagic state. In it embarked on a "big bang" decentralization involving a major transfer of administrative, political and financial authority to. Rock has shown how, as Indonesia’s politics have opened up, there has actually been a decentralization of corruption, and in some ways an increase, as more actors are able to engage in graft.

Decentralization and Democracy in Indonesia: A Critique of Neo - Institutionalist Perspectives Article in Development and Change 35(4) September with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'. Decentralization, Democratic Governance, and Civil Society in Comparative Perspective studies the relation of decentralization to democratization at both intermediate and local levels and analyzes how decentralization is transforming the relationship between the state and civil society.

This book presents case studies from six countries in three continents in which decentralization of some. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Decentralization and Adat Revivalism in Indonesia: The Politics of Becoming Indigenous (Rethinking Southeast Asia) at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.3/5(1).

The Political Economy of Teacher Management in Decentralized Indonesia Andrew Rosser1 Mohamad Fahmi2 Keyword political economy, education, ts: eachers, teacher management, Indonesia JEL Classifications: D73, H75, I28, P16 1 University of Adelaide (University of Melbourne from February ).

2 Padjadjaran University.o “Political decentralization: Groups at different levels of government–central, meso and local–are empowered to make decisions related to what affects them.

o Administrative decentralization: Different levels of government administer resources and matters that have been delegated to them, generally through a constitution.decentralization often requires improved planning, budgeting and management techniques and practices; the adoption of new tools; and the development of improved human resources to operate the decentralized programmes.” 4 “ Decentralization is a complex phenomenon involving many geographic entities, societal actors and social sectors.