The 1st IRSA International Institute

2-3 November 2007, Bandung – West Java
The 1st IRSA International Institute
“Sustainable Regional Development: The Role of Infrastructure in Achieving Millennium Development Goals”
Chair: Ibnu Syabri
Host: IRSA, ITB (Bandung Institute of Technology) and BAPPENAS

BACKGROUND

There is a growing concern in Indonesia and other parts of the world about insufficient capacity and poor condition of infrastructure. Indonesia faces major challenges in its infrastructure sectors as it seeks to consolidate and accelerate its still fragile economic recovery, improve its international competitiveness, and increase access to basic public services including health, communications, construction, transportation, energy, manufacturing and education. Global experience has shown that infrastructure is an important factor for improving health, education, and environment, fostering economic growth, and reducing poverty – all components of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).

According to a World Bank’s recent study (2006) entitled “Indonesia Averting Infrastructure Crisis”, the state of infrastructure is a difficulty rather than a help to regional development. Risks of power outages are discouraging investors in new factories, traffic congestion in and around major cities is worsening the quality of environment (e.g., increasing noise and air pollutant levels), longer travel times are making businesses uncompetitive. Worsening seaports and railway stations, the decaying of highways, and other problems are evident and mounting, while many transportation services are in poor and deteriorating condition and a lack of safety. Many households have no access to piped clean water, and limited access to telecommunications, and electricity. The report also rise several issues that go beyond individual infrastructure sectors include a lack of credibility to mobilize private investments, poor public management, insufficient user charges, inadequate financing, difficult decentralization challenges, unclear allocation of responsibilities among public authorities, insufficient strategic planning and coordination capacity, high political and regulatory risks, and high levels of corruption. As a result, Indonesia’s infrastructure quality ranks among the lowest in the region and is affecting growth, poverty reduction, foreign investment, and the environment (World Bank, 2006).

Moreover, as Indonesia embarked on a major decentralization in 2001, decentralization has created uncertainty as to which the central government has transferred many responsibilities relating to infrastructure provision to local authorities. The situation is worsening by the fact that some decentralization implementing regulations are inconsistent with others, as well as with existing national sector regulations. In regional economic development under the atmosphere of decentralization, the sharing of this responsibility among level of jurisdiction stills needs to be determined and discussed.

To this end, we need to understand more the appropriate role, responsibilities and relationships for the various functions that need to be performed in the infrastructure sector, including policy making, financing, service provision and regulation between central and local authorities. This is significantly necessary to formulate the best strategy and policy for regional economic development in Indonesia that is more decentralized, particularly, when the role of public services, poverty, and the environment are of central importance and closely inter-related.

OBJECTIVES

To help overcome challenges posed by the above problems, this institute will attempt to generate transfer of knowledge as well as discussion and debate on formulating innovative methods, strategies and approaches for sustainable regional development and planning. These may go beyond sector-specific issues including the utilization of tools, methods and theoretical frameworks specifically designed for assessing and evaluating infrastructure development, planning, and policy.

Through organization of this institute we expect to accomplish the following:

  1. To carry out an evaluation of the current status of regional development in Indonesia.
  2. To help in the transfer of important information on the current trends in the infrastructure development, planning and policy.
  3. To publish a technical document based on the proceedings of the seminars. All papers, apart from invited review papers, must present original work; they should not have been published elsewhere.

THEME AND TOPICS

The 1st IRSA International Institute is a series of lectures with several paper sessions in between.  The lectures and paper sessions are organized on topics such as Economic Growth and Development; Poverty; Decentralization, Governance, and Regional Inequality; Urban and Regional Systems, Infrastructure Development and Finance, Interregional Migration, Urban and Interregional Transportation, Resource Utilization, Impact Analysis, Regional Modeling, Regional and Urban Planning, Environmental Quality; Location of Economic Activity, and Energy Issues. Lecture consists of a significant time for the lecturer to discuss a current important topic followed by a question and answer session. Paper sessions are seminar-style with a discussant for each paper and ample time for discussion and constructive feedback to authors.

More specifically, some suggested topics pertaining to the infrastructure development challenges to be addressed at the institute are the following:

  • Role of Infrastructure Investment in Economic Growth and Poverty Reduction;
  • Mitigating Conflicts Between Infrastructure Development and Environment;
  • Government Policies for Promoting Sustainable Infrastructure and Growth;
  • Infrastructure Development of Eastern Indonesia;
  • Infrastructure Finance and Investment: Transportation, Water, Energy, and Communication

Lecturers are only by invitation, while papers for the paper sessions are for everyone to submit.  For the paper session, papers on any regional science topic are welcome.

EXPECTED PARTICIPANTS

  • Members of the Indonesian Regional Science Association (IRSA)
  • Members of the Regional Science Association International (RSAI)
  • Academician
  • Government officials in Indonesia (BAPPENAS, Ministry of Home Affairs, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Public Works, Ministry of Transportation, Ministry of Communication and Information,  and other central government entities)
  • Regional government officials in Indonesia (Province/Kabupaten/Kota Bappeda, Dinas Offices, others)
  • Non-Governmental Organizations
  • Private sectors (Telkom, PLN, PDAM, Jasa Marga, PT Garuda, PT Pelni, PT KAI)
  • International donor communities (Usaid, AusAID, DFID, GTZ, JICA, others)
  • Interested parties from other regional science and economics societies

 

Conference Venue

The Institute venue is in the campus of Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB), Bandung, Indonesia. The ITB campus is located in the center of Bandung, one of the famous cities in Indonesia. Within walking distance of the campus, the travel and transport centre offering intensive local public transport to destinations near and far.

ITB was founded in 1920. The present ITB main campus is the site of earlier engineering schools in Indonesia as an institution of higher learning of science, technology, and fine arts, with a mission of education, research, and service to the community.

Campus Center and Labtek IX-A
Institute of Technology Bandung (ITB)
Jl. Tamansari 64
Bandung – 40116
Indonesia


Committee

This Institute is jointly organized by:

  • Indonesian Regional Science Association (IRSA)
  • West Java Provincial Government (PEMPROP JABAR)
  • Institute of Technology Bandung

The Structure of the organizer is as follows:

Advisory Committee:

  • Bambang Bintoro Soedjito (Advisory board of IRSA / ITB)
  • Tommy Firman (Advisory board of IRSA / ITB)
  • Bambang Brodjonegoro (President of IRSA / The Dean of FEUI)
  • Armida Alisjahbana (Vice President of IRSA / Padjadjaran University)
  • Budy Resosudarmo (ANU)
  • Hastu Prabaatmodjo (ITB)
  • Luky Eko Wuryanto (BAPPENAS)

Organizing committee:

  • Ibnu Syabri (ITB)
  • Suahasil Nazara (FEUI)
  • Nuzul Achyar (FEUI)
  • Candra Fajri Ananda (FEUB)
  • Pradono (ITB)
  • Mudrajad Kuncoro (UGM)
  • Monty Girianna(BAPPENAS)

Coordinator in-charge:

  • Devi Retnowati (ITB)
  • Shanty Y Rahmat (ITB)
  • Mulia Hamonangan (FEUI)

Agenda

MAIN AGENDA

Day 1 : Tuesday, 19 July 2011
08:00-08:30 Registration
08:30-10:00 Workshop Session 1          Location: Computer Laboratory, Building III, Faculty of Economics
Class 1:”Endogeneity problem in econometrics Concept of MTEF and Implementation in Indonesia”
Moderator: Drs. Syafril Basir (MPIA, BAPPENAS)
Class 2 :”Introduction to Econometrics and STATA”
Moderator: Dr. Indrawari (Andalas University)
10:00-10:30 Coffee Break
10:30-12:00 Workshop Session 2          Location : Computer Laboratory, Building III, Faculty of Economics
Class 1: “Various Methods of MTEF and Forecasting”
Moderator: Dr. Hefrizal Handra (Andalas University)
Class 2: “Instrumental Variables”
Moderator: Dr. Paul Burke (ANU)
02:00-13:30 Luncheon
13:30-16:00 Workshop Session 3          Location : Computer Laboratory, Building III, Faculty of Economics
Laboratory Works
Day 2 : Wednesday, 20 July 2011
08:00-09:00 Registration
09:00-09:30 Opening Ceremony
09:30-10:15 Other
10:15-10:45 Coffee Break
10:45-11:00 Other
11:00-12:15 Plenary Session 1
“Regional Science and Peace Science: Their Influences on the Regional Development in the Developing Countries (Honoring Walter Isard for his contribution)”
Prof. Geoffrey J.D. Hewings (University of Illinois, USA)
Dr. Luky Eko Wuryanto (Deputy at Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affair)
Dr. Ir. Imron Bulkin (Expert Staff, Bappenas)
12:15-13:15 Luncheon
13:15-15:15 Parallel Session 1
15:15-15:45 Coffee Break
15:45-17:00 Lecture Session 1
Class 1: “New Alternative of Financing Regional Development and Services”
Lecturer: Prof. Ross McLeod (ANU)
Class 2: “Current Social and Economic Issues in Regional Development”
Lecturer : Prof. Sjafrizal (Andalas University)
17:00-19:30 Break
19:30-21:00 Gala Dinner
Day 3 : Thursday, 21 July 2011
08:00-08:30 Registration
08:30-10:30 Parallel Session 2
10:30-10:45 Coffee Break
10:45-12:15 Plenary Session 2
“Financial Arrangement to Accelerate Regional Development”
Prof. Bambang Brodjonegoro (Head of Fiscal Policy Agency, MOF)
Dr. Daan Pattinasarany (The World Bank of Jakarta)
12:15-13:15 Luncheon
13:15-15:15 Parallel Session 3
15:15-15:30 Coffee Break
15:30-16:00 Closing Remark

PARALLEL SESSION

Presenter(s) name is underline

Day 2 : Wednesday, 20 July 2011
13:15-15:15 Parallel Session 1
Track 1: “Regional Development”Developing Tourism in West Sumatra: What do they need?
Author(s): Haikal Ananta Setiawan (Universitas Padjadjaran)The Transformation from Nodal Economic Center to Linear Economic Center. The Case Study of Buah Batu Corridor, Bandung, Indonesia
Author(s) : Deddie Rinaldi (Procter & Gamble), Ridwan Sutriadi (Institut Teknologi Bandung)

Long-Wave Eras in Indonesia, 1960s-2000s: Did the Heterogeneous Pattern Occur in National and Regional Economic Performance?
Author(s) : Bhimo R. Samudro (Faculty of Economics Sebelas Maret University Surakarta Indonesia)

Knowledge-Based Regional Development in Indonesia: Challenge and Future
Author(s) : Galuh S. Indraprahasta (Indonesian Institute of Sciences)

Regional Vulnerability to Economic Crises: Conceptual and Theoretical Discussions
Author(s) : Tulus T. H. Tambunan (Center for Industry, SME and Business Competition Studies, Trisakti University)

Track 2: “Human Resources Issues”Local Human Capital and Productivity in West Java
Author(s) : Alfiah Hasanah (CEDS, Padjadjaran University), Heriyaldi (CEDS, Padjadjaran University), Tubagus Thresna. Irijanto (Pasundan University)Dwelling Pattern of Contract Worker in Peri-urban Areas
Author(s) : Ainna Aqmarini (Undergraduate Student of Urban and Regional Planning SAPPK ITB), Dewi Sawitri (Lecturer of Urban and Regional Planning SAPPK ITB)

Migration Pattern of Contract Workers in Peri-urban Area (Case Study: Automotive Industry Activities in Cikarang Bekasi)
Author(s) : Dita Nurtamya (Student of Urban and Regional Planning, ITB), Dewi Sawitri (Lecture of Urban and Regional Planning, ITB)

The Role of Labor Union in Explaining the Wage Differentials in Indonesia’s Labor Intensive Manufacturing Sectors
Author(s) : Pipit Pitriyan (CEDS Faculty of Economics, Padjadjaran University), Adiatma Y. M. Siregar(CEDS Faculty of Economics, Padjadjaran University)

Minimum wages and Commuting
Author(s) : Raden M. Purnagunawan (Faculty of Economics, Universitas Padjadjaran)

Track 3: “Economic Development Issues”Structural Changes and Economic Growth in Indonesia
Author(s) : Mitsuhiko KATAOKA (Chiba Keizai University)Structuring Domestic Gas market
Author(s) : Montty Girianna (The National Development Planning Agency), Fillia Arga (The National Development Planning Agency)

Early Warning System (EWS) Models and Their Application to Predict the Indonesian Currency Crises
Author(s) : Syaifullah (Fiscal Policy Office, Ministry of Finance of Republic of Indonesia/University of Western Australia)

Exploring the Indonesian Economic Landscape and Structural Change using the Input Output Framework 1971-2008
Author(s) : Budi Kurniawan (BPS), Muhammad Firdaus (IPB), Sri Mulatsih (IPB)

The Using of Normalized Location Quotient (LQn) Method in Order to Determine Leading Commodities in Regional Economic Activities
Author(s) : Sri Endang. Kornita (University of Riau)

Track 4: “Fiscal Decentralization”Moral Hazard between the Central and Local Governments in Indonesia
Author(s) : Fauziah Zen (University of Indonesia), Astrid Dita (Post Graduate Student in Economics, University of Indonesia)The Effect of Fiscal Decentralization on Economic Growth: Evidence from Province-level Cross-section Data for the Indonesia
Author(s) : Muhammad Zilal. Hamzah (Indonesian Business School), Eleonora Sofilda (Trisakti University)

Fiscal Decentralization and Illicit Funds: Governing The Monitoring and Evaluation Mechanism
Author(s) : Ahmad Fawaiq. Suwanan (National Economic Council), Safirani Simehate (Ministry of National Development Planning)

The Effect of Fiscal Decentralization on Economic Growth and Regional Inequality
Author(s) : Abd Hamid. Paddu (Hasanuddin University)

The Analysis of Public Welfare Through Participative Approach at Bima Regency, West Nusa Tenggara
Author(s) : Ridwan Ahmad (Brawijaya University)

Track 5: “Environmental Issues”Reducing Indonesia’s Deforestation-based Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Author(s) : Peter G. Warr (The Australian National University), Arief A. Yusuf (Padjadjaran University)Energy Efficiency Priority for Indonesia: A General Equilibrium Analysis
Author(s) : Armida Alisjahbana (Padjadjaran University), Arief A. Yusuf (Padjadjaran University), Victor Firmana (Padjadjaran University), Martin D. Siyaranamual (University of Venice; Padjadjaran University)

Steering Green Economy through Adapting Urban Creative Economy into Governance System in the Information Era. Case Study Bandung City and Surabaya City, Indonesia
Author(s) : Ridwan Sutriadi (Institut Teknologi Bandung), Christopher Silver (University of Florida)

Environmental Policy Support for Regional Development: Development Indicators Evaluation
Author(s) : Galuh S. Indraprahasta (Bogor Agricultural University & Indonesian Institute of Sciences)

Analysis of Illegal Settlements in Palangkaraya City, Indonesia: A Rural-Urban-Natural Environmental Modeling
Author(s) : Yuzuru Miyata (Toyohashi University of Technology), Indrawan Permana (Toyohashi University of Technology)

Track 6: “Disparity and Poverty”Income Disparity in Indonesia by Using CGE Model
Author(s) : Hiroshi Sakamoto (The International Centre for the Study of East Asian Development)The Impact of Population Growth Control on Regional Disparity in Indonesia
Author(s) : Ferry Hadiyanto (UNPAD), Rindang (BKKBN)

Linkages Between Public Sector Expenditure, Economic Growth, and Rural Poverty in Indonesia
Author(s) : Ferry Prasetyia (Faculty of Economic Brawijaya University), Farah Wulandari. Pangestuty(Faculty of Economic Brawijaya University)

Urban Inequality in Indonesia
Author(s) : Akita Takahiro (Graduate School of International Relations International University of Japan), Alit Pirmansah (Central Bureau of Statistics Indonesia)

The Regional Spreads of Dengue Fever and Economic Development in Indonesia: Regulation, Contradiction and Cumulative Causation
Author(s) : Dinarjati E. Puspitasari (Faculty of Law Gadjah Mada University), Bhimo R. Samudro (Faculty of Economics Sebelas Maret University)

Track 7: “Urban and Rural Development Issues”Food for Indigenous Communities in Times of Global Crisis: the Comparison Experiences of Orang Rimba Community (in Jambi, Indonesia) and Ifugao Community (in the Philippines)
Author(s) : Ekoningtyas M. Wardani (Center for Asia and Pacific Studies, Gadjah Mada University)Analysis of Illegal Settlements in Palangkaraya City, Indonesia: A Rural-Urban-Natural Environmental Modeling
Author(s) : Yuzuru Miyata (Toyohashi University of Technology), Indrawan Permana (Toyohashi University of Technology)

How the PNPM Mandiri Perdesaan Can be Able to Boost Poverty Reduction?
Author(s) : Eka Heni. Sulistiani (National Economic Council, Jakarta), Rian Novati. Sandi (National Economic Council, Jakarta)

Enviromental Degradation, Urbanisation and Decentralisation in Indonesia (Testing Environmental Kuznets Curve)
Author(s) : Dedi B. Hakim (Department of Economics Faculty of Economics and Management Bogor Agricultural University)

Track 8: “Macroeconomics, Finance and Banking”Financing Scheme for Regional Banking Based on SMEs’s Characteristics (A Case study of SMEs (UMKM) on Leading Sector in South Sulawesi)
Author(s) : Sabir (Hasanuddin University (Unhas) Makassar), Nurul Badriyah (Brawijaya University (UB) Malang), Farida Rachmawati (State University of Malang (UM) Malang)Impacts of Agricultural Export Subsidies Elimination by Developed Counties on the Performance of ASEAN Macroeconomies and Indonesian Trade Balance
Author(s) : Haryadi (Jambi University)

Constructing the Index of Indonesian Monthly Private Consumption Expenditure
Author(s) : Achmad K. Hidayat (CEDS), Arief Bustaman (CEDS), Anhar Fauzan (CEDS), Adhitya Wardhana (CEDS), Eva Nurwita (CEDS)

The Role Of Financial Deepening And Condition On Asean 5 Economic Integration: Finance-Growth Nexus Perspectives
Author(s) : Lukman Hakim (Faculty of Economics Sebelas Maret University, Indonesia), Jauhari Dahalan(College Art and Sciences Northern University of Malaysia)

Assessing the Contribution of Islamic Banking to Economic Growth Empirical Evidence from Indonesia: A Regional Perspective
Author(s) : Dimas Bagus. Kusuma (Wiranata Kusuma)

Day 3 : Thursday, 21 July 2011
08:30-10:30 Parallel Session 2
Track 1: “Regional Development”The Impact of Manufacturing Concentration on Regional Inequality: A Case of Regency in Java Region, Indonesia
Author(s) : Setyo Tri. Wahyudi (Department of Economics, Brawijaya University Malang Indonesia), Mohd Dan. Jantan (Department of Economics, Universiti Utara Malaysia)Issues and Challenges in Implementing TOD in Jakarta Metropolitan Area
Author(s) : Ibnu Syabri (Institut Teknologi Bandung)

Flexibility and the Political Economy of Regional Development in Periurban Metropolitan Region
Author(s) : Ratih Dewayanti (Doctoral Program on Urban and Regional Planning, SAPPK, ITB)

The Contribution of Semarang Airport to the Regional Economy of Central Java: Who Should Invest in the Airport Development?
Author(s) : D.S. Priyarsono (Bogor Agricultural University), Christina C. Tampubolon (Bogor Agricultural University)

Multiple Approaches to Test Regional Productivity Convergence in Indonesia
Author(s) : I Wayan. Arsana (BPS Statistics of Bali Province/The University of Western Australia)

Track 2: “Macroeconomics, Growth and Investment”Do Inflation and Its Volatility Affect Economic Growth in Indonesia’s Regions?
Author(s) : Donni F. Anugrah (UWA)Quality of Institution, Export and Foreign Direct Investment
Author(s) : Indrawari (Andalas University)

An Evaluation on Institution of Public Private Partnership (PPP) in Indonesia
Author(s) : Arief Ramayandi (Center for Economics & Development Study, Department of Economics, Padjadjaran University), Arief Bustaman (Center for Economics & Development Study, Department of Economics, Padjadjaran University)

Determinants of Energy Intensity in Relation to Macroeconomic Condition: Study Case of Indonesia
Author(s) : Mei Anggun. Soraya (Universitas Airlangga), B.M. Hafiz Arfyanto (Universitas Airlangga),Weny Octavia. Wardani (Universitas Airlangga)

An Inappropriate Government Policies: A Case from Small and Medium Enterprises in Bekasi Industrial Area
Author(s) : Ridwansyah Y. Achmad (Regional and Rural Planning Research Group. Institut Teknologi Bandung), Tubagus F. Sofhani (Regional and Rural Planning Research Group. Institut Teknologi Bandung)

Track 3: “Economic Development Issues”The Performance of Base Multiplier and The Issue of Integrated Economic Development on Horse Shoe Area in East Java Province
Author(s) : Adhitya Wardhono (University of Jember), Agus Supriono (University of Jember)The Development of Key Indicators in Optimizing Tourism Service in Bali
Author(s) : Jagat Prirayani (Bank of Indonesia Palembang Regional Office), Agni Alam. Awirya (Bank of Indonesia Denpasar Regional Office)

To Meet Regional Competitiveness Through Entrepreneurship Development in Ecotourism Activities
Author(s) : Iwan Nugroho (Widyagama University), Purnawan Dwikora. Negara (Widyagama University), Wiwin Purnomowati (Widyagama University)

Effectiveness of the various sources of investment financing in Indonesia: An analysis using a Financial Social Accounting Matrix (FSAM) framework
Author(s) : Eko Ariantoro (Bank Indonesia), Widyastuti Noviandari (Bank Indonesia), Muhammad Zikri(Bank Indonesia)

Analysis of the regional growth and volatility for Indonesia case, a spatial econometric approach
Author (s) : Agus Salim (Department of Economics & Institute for Economic and Social Research FEUI),Yulismi (University of Jambi)

Track 4: “Decentralization Issues”The Assessment of Local Autonomy Implications in Banten Province : Shifting of Local Planning System Perspective
Author(s) : Lyra V. Ferbita (The Indonesian Institute of Sciences – Economic Research Centre)Challenges for Decentralization?: Development Practices and Policies for Local Food in the Gunungkidul District Level, Yogyakarta
Author(s) : Farah Purwaningrum (Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn), Ambar Yoganingrum(Lembaga Ilmu Pengetahuan Indonesia/ Universitas Indonesia), Dini Ariani (Lembaga Ilmu Pengetahuan Indonesia), Fiona McDonald (Queensland University of Technology), Stephanie Doris. Short (University of Sydney)

An Enquiry of Optimal Size of Local Government in Providing Public Services:
Author(s) : Muhammad Handry. Imansyah (Faculty of Economics, Lambung Mangkurat University)

Efficient and Democratic Budget Policy for Regional Election (case:Solok City Regional Election) Author (s) : Hendri Koeswara (Andalas university) Presenter (s) : Hendri Koeswara (Andalas university)

Politics, Society And Environment: Lessons Learned From The Province Of Riau
Author(s) : Afrizal (Dept. of Sociology, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Andalas University)

Track 5: “Environmental Issues”The Impact of Climate Change on Agriculture and Its Implication on the Indonesian Economy: A General Equilibrium Analysis
Author(s) : Wawan Hermawan (Department of Economics, Padjadjaran University, Bandung, Indonesia)CO2 Emissions, Energy Consumption and Economic Growth in Indonesia
Author(s) : Hafiz Arfyanto (Airlangga University), Ratih Twi. Septiriana (Airlangga University), Siti Fariha(Airlangga University)

The national-level energy ladder and its carbon implications
Author(s) : Paul J. Burke (Australian National University)

Environmental Policy Support for Regional Development: Development Indicators Evaluation
Author(s) : Galuh S. Indraprahasta (Bogor Agricultural University & Indonesian Institute of Sciences)

The Transformation from Nodal Economic Center to Linear Economic Center. The Case Study of Buah Batu Corridor, Bandung, Indonesia
Author (s) : Deddie Rinaldi (Procter & Gamble), Ridwan Sutriadi (Institut Teknologi Bandung)

Track 6: “Public Spending and Environment”Utilization Of Spatial Data For Regional Development In The East Nusa Tenggara Province (A Case Study In The Development Of Water And Sanitation)
Author(s) : Melchias Liklikwatil (East Nusa Tenggara Provincial Government)Regional Enlargement on Forest Management in Indonesia: Economic Optimalization or Exploitation?
Author (s) : Ciplis Gema. Qori’ah (University of Jember), Gigih Pratomo (Gadjah Mada University), Yulia Indrawati (University of Jember)

Public Spending on Health Outcome: Case of Indonesia
Author(s) : Nurafni Panjaitan (Department of Economics Universitas Padjadjaran), Mohamad Fahmi(Department of Economics Universitas Padjadjaran)

Poverty, Religious Ritual Perform, and Destructive Behavior to Coral Reef Ecosystem
Author(s) : Mansur Afifi (University of Mataram)

Improving Local Government Financial Reporting
Author(s) : Fauzan Misra (Andalas University)

Track 7: “Disparities, Growth and Poverty”Multidimensional Poverty in Transmigration and Non Transmigration Villages, West Seram District, Maluku Province
Author(s) : Wardis Girsang (Faculty of Agriculture, University of Pattimura)Pro Poor Growth At Province Level In Indonesia
Author(s) : Atie M. Soehartini (Statistics of Indonesia), Nunung Nuryartono (Bogor Agricultural University), Lukytawati Anggraeni (Bogor Agricultural University)

Diversity Issue in the Recent Development of Papua
Author(s) : Aloysius G. Brata (Atma Jaya Yogyakarta University)

Cities and Regional Disparities in Indonesia
Author(s) : Andrea Emma. Pravitasari (Bogor Agricultural University), Ernan Rustiadi (Bogor Agricultural University)

Track 8: “Rural Development Issues”Pathways Out of Poverty in Rural Areas: Rural-Urban Migration and Structural Transformation in Indonesia, 2001-2007
Author (s) : C. Nila Warda (Department of Economics Airlangga University), Septi Eka. Irianti, B.M. Arfyanto ()Study On Maize Agribusiness Development In Tanah Laut Regency Of South Kalimantan Province
Author(s) : Yusuf Azis (Faculty of Agriculture, Lambung Mangkurat University)

Identifying The Socio-Economic Characteristics Of Indonesian Villages Vulnerable To Sea Level Rise
Author(s) : Megananda Suryana (CEDS UNPAD)

An Institutional Improvement on Agricultural Extension in Enhancing the Agriculture Performance in Central Java Province – Indonesia
Author(s) : Sucihatiningsih D.W. Prajanti (UNIVERSITAS NEGERI SEMARANG)

Individual income mobility in Indonesia: is rural-urban migration the key?
Author(s) : Katy Cornwell (Monash University, Melbourne)

13:15-15:15 Parallel Session 3
Track 1: “Regional Development”Improving Regional Transport Accessibility in Less-Developed and Isolated Region (Case Study: SWP-1 Papua-Indonesia)
Author(s) : Yudistira Pratama (Researcher at Regional and City Infrastructure Research Group, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Institut Teknologi Bandung), Hanesty Forisa (Researcher at Regional and City Infrastructure Research Group, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Institut Teknolo), Ibnu Syabri (Professor and Head of Research Centre for Regional and Infrastructure Development, Institut Teknologi Bandung)Transformation of Natural Catastrophe Potential Index Due to Regional Planning
Author(s) : Andi Syukri (Andalas University), Fajri Muharja (Andalas University)

Effectiveness of Integrated Economic Development Zone of Regional Economic Development in Indonesia
Author(s) : Djaimi Bakce (Riau University), Sakti Hutabarat (Riau University), Rachmat Sumedhi (PT. MU Research and Consulting Indonesia)

The Role of Palm Oil and Rubber to West Sumatera Economy: An Input-Output Analysis
Author(s) : Gaffari Ramadhan (Bank Indonesia Padang Regional Office)

Determining Optimal Location of New Growth Centers Based on LGP-IRIO Model to Reduce Regional Disparity in Indonesia
Author(s) : Andi S. Putra (Bogor Agriculture Institute)

Track 2: “Human Resources and Welfare Issues”Impact Of Ageing Population To Tax Revenue: An Indonesian Case
Author(s) : Jaka Sriyana (Islamic University of Indonesia, Yogyakarta)An Analysis of Marketing Mechanism and Trade of Rice Comodity, And Their Impact to The Farmer Welfare: A Study Case from East Java
Author(s) : Karima Mucha (Universitas Airlangga), Chomsatun Nila. Wardah (Universitas Airlangga), Dwi Pradita. Rachman (Universitas Airlangga)

The Role of Labor Union in Explaining the Wage Differentials in Indonesia’s Labor Intensive Manufacturing Sectors
Author(s) : Pipit Pitriyan (CEDS Faculty of Economics, Padjadjaran University), Adiatma Y.M. Siregar(CEDS Faculty of Economics, Padjadjaran University)

Track 3: “Development Issues”Political Economy of the Indonesian Sugar Self Sufficiency
Author(s) : Anas Zaini (Bogor Agricultural University and University of Mataram, Indonesia), Hermanto Siregar (Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia), Dedi B. Hakim (Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia), Parulian Hutagaol (Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia)The Future And The Sustainability Of Small-Holder Oil Palm Plantation Developent As An Engine Of Regional Economic Growth
Author(s) : Syaiful Hadi (Riau University), Suardi Tarumun (Riau University)

Analysis Of Infrastructure Development Acceleration Program To The Economy, Inequality And Poverty In Underdeveloped Region In Indonesia
Author(s) : Perwita Sari (Statistics of Indonesia), Nunung Nuryartono (Bogor Agricultural University),Lukytawati Anggraeni (Bogor Agricultural University)

Comparative Study In Economic Perspective Between The Application Of Organic Fertilizer And Non-Organic Fertilizer On Paddy Fields In Marabahan District, Barito Kuala Regency Of South Kalimantan
Author(s) : Yusuf Azis (Faculty of Agriculture, Lambung Mangkurat University, Banjarbaru)

Problematic Local Regulations and Local Economic Outcomes: A Case of Three Districts in East Nusa Tenggara
Author(s) : Palmira P. Bachtiar (SMERU Research Institute)

Track 4: “Fiscal and Decentralization”Forward Estimates for Intergovernmental Transfers in Indonesia: Is It Possible?
Author(s) : Hefrizal Handra (Faculty of Economics, Andalas University)Decentralization and Social Capital in Indonesia
Author(s) : Riatu M. Qibthiyyah (University of Indonesia), Fauziah Zen (University of Indonesia), Ledi Trialdi (University of Indonesia), Astrid Dita (University of Indonesia)

The Effect of Fiscal Policy in Indonesia: Structural VAR Analysis
Author(s) : Abdurohman (Australian National University)

The Role Of Indonesia’s Fiscal Stimulus In Reviving The Economy During Global Financial Cricis: Fact Or Fiction?
Author(s) : Mochamad Firman. Hidayat (National Development Planning Agency (BAPPENAS)), Luthfi Ridho (Faculty of Economy University of Indonesia), Gaffari Ramadhan (Bank Indonesia)

Is Specific Grant Really “Specific”?: Case of Indonesian Provinces, 2003 – 2009
Author(s) : Kodrat Wibowo (Padjadjaran University)

Track 5: “Environmental Issues”Sustaining Rural Development and Environmental Quality through Agroforestry Systems
Author(s) : Iin Handayani (Murray State University, Kentucky, USA), Priyono Prawito (University of Bengkulu, Sumatra, Indonesia)The benefits of Organic Fertilizer Application: Case Garut and Sragen Regencies
Author(s) : Catur Sugiyanto (Gadjah Mada University)

Peat Swamp Forest Management Scenarios Based on Total Economic Value (Case Study in Lalan Production Forest, South Sumatra Province, Indonesia)
Author(s) : Syafrul Yunardy (Merang REDD Pilot Project (MRPP)), Nur Arifatul. Ulya (Forestry Research Institute Palembang, Forestry Research and Development Agency, Ministry of Forestry Republic of Indonesia)

The Impact of Climate Change on Export Growth of Twenty Major GHG Emitting Countries
Author(s) : Yangki I. Suara (Padjadjaran University)

Extractive land use, spatial planning, and their implications for REDD+ in Indonesia: A preliminary analysis
Author(s) : Ida Aju. Resosudarmo (Center for International Forestry Research), Sofi Mardiah (Center for International Forestry Research), Nugroho Adi. Utomo (Center for International Forestry Research)

Track 6: “Governance”E-Government Impacts on Improving Good Governance: Case of Indonesia
Author(s) : Alfira Sofia (Institute of Technology Bandung), Suhardi (Institute of Technology Bandung),Herry Irawan (Institute of Technology Bandung)The Implementation of e-Government in Bureaucracy Public Services Change: Challenges and Strategy
Author(s) : Johannes Simatupang (Jambi University)

General Election Planning in Indonesia
Author(s) : Syaiful Anwar (Andalas University)

The role of leadership factor in urban and regional development: cases of solid waste management in Greater Yogyakarta and street vendors arrangement in Surakarta
Author(s) : Fikri Zul Fahmi (Regional and Rural Planning Research Group SAPPK ITB), Muhamad Ihsani Prawira (Regional and Rural Planning Research Group SAPPK ITB), Delik Hudalah (Regional and Rural Planning Research Group SAPPK ITB)

IT Value Creation in Indonesian Local Government: A Service Model
Author(s) : Herry Irawan (Institute of Technology Bandung), Suhardi (Institute of Technology Bandung), Alfira Sofia (Institute of Technology Bandung)

Track 7: “Development and Regulation”Spatial Autocorrelation and Non-Farm Rural Enterprises in Indonesia
Author(s) : Susan Olivia (Monash University), John Gibson (University of Waikato), Bonggeun Kim (Seoul National University)Designing A Web-Based Geographic Information System (WEBGIS) To Support Plantation Development In Riau
Author(s) : Fajar Restuhadi (Faculty of Agriculture, University of Riau), Didi Muwardi (Faculty of Agriculture, University of Riau), Ahmad Rifai (Faculty of Agriculture, University of Riau)

The Impact Of CSR Linkage-Credit For Rural Households Welfare
Author(s) : Lukytawati Anggraeni (Bogor Agricultural University), Lala Kolopaking (Bogor Agricultural University), Aji Muchamad. Huda (Bogor Agricultural University)

Assessing the Impact of Regional Regulation: An Effort to Improve Regional Invesment Climate in Indonesia
Author(s) : Andy Omara (Faculty of Law Universitas Gadjah Mada Jogjakarta, Indonesia)

Interregional Development Gender Disparity in East Java: A Demographic Economic Descriptive Study with Gender-related Development Index Approach
Author(s) : Widya Sylviana (Airlangga University), Nur Aini. Hidayati (Airlangga University), Achmad Sjafii (Airlangga University)

Track 8: “Trade and Finance”Analysis of Household Participation On Private Health Insurance In West Sumatra
Author(s) : Edi Ariyanto (Andalas University), Sri Maryati (Andalas University), Lia Madhani (Andalas University)The Effect of Trade Liberalization on The Exchange Rate, Tax Revenue, and Welfare in Indonesia
Author(s) : Indraswati Tri. Reviane (Hasanuddin University)

Stock Split and Order Composition: Evidence from Indonesia
Author(s) : Eka Siskawati (Politeknik Negeri Padang)