Regional Development in Indonesia

 “As one can read in the papers of this book, the problem of regional development in Indonesia is very diverse. Each region has its particular potential and problems. As the Minister of National Development Planning I hope each district can identify and explore the potential and problems of their regions. In this way, the advantages of these areas can then be taken in synergy with one another. Eventually, the ultimate goal of regional development is the creation of integrated domestic economy strength.”
Armida S. Alisjahbana
President of Indonesian Regional Science Association (IRSA) and Minister of National Development Planning

Table of Contents

Introduction

  • Regional Development in Indonesia: Problems, Policies and Prospects
    D.S. Priyarsono and Ernan Rustiadi

Part I – Problems of Regional Development: Poverty, Unemployment, Disparities, and Sustainability

  • Chapter 1 – Java Island: Regional Disparity and Sustainability Perspectives
    Ernan Rustiadi, Dyah R. Panuju, and Andrea E. Pravitasari
  • Chapter 2 – Investigating the Economic Growth Impact on Poverty Reduction in East Java
    Mega Puspitasari, Vitri Nurmalasari, and Achmad Sjafii
  • Chapter 3 – Poverty as Child Labour Internal Migration’s Determinand
    Eva Nurwita and Rullan Rinaldi
  • Chapter 4 – Regional Persistent Unemployment in Indonesia
    Iman Sugema

Part II – Political Economics of Regional Development: Spatial Planning and Fiscal Policies

  • Chapter 5 – Politics of Local Budgeting: the Main Hurdle for Stimulus Efficacy
    Wahyudi Kumorotomo
  • Chapter 6 – Reconciling Industrial Cluster and Urban System through Regional Network Governance
    Prihadi Nugroho
  • Chapter 7 – Decentralization and its Impact on Primary Education Outcomes
    Deniey A. Purwanto
  • Chapter 8 – Fiscal Decentralization and Regional Disparities in Indonesia: Dynamic Panel Data Evidence
    Ahmad Fawaiq Suwanan and Eka Heni Sulistiani

Part III – Prospect of Regional Development: Optimizing Partnership and Local Potential Resources

  • Chapter 9 – Promoting and Sustaining Multi-stakeholder’s Process to Make Local Governance Works for Poverty Reduction in Less Developed Region: The Case of Nusa Tenggara Barat
    Astia Dendi
  • Chapter 10 – Large-Small Industry Contracting and Regional Development: The Case of Mitra Produksi Sigaret (MSP) – PT. HM Sampoerna
    Catur Sugiyanto
  • Chapter 11 – The Roles of Agroindustries in Regional Economic Development: A Case Study in South Kalimantan
    Luthfi Fatah

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