Regional Development in the Era of Decentralization: Growth, Poverty and the Environment


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction
Armida S. Alisjahbana and Bambang P.S. Brodjonegoro

Part 1 – Institutions and Governance in Regional Development

  • Chapter 1 – Institutions Matter in Regional Autonomy Transition
    Wihana Kirana Jaya
  • Chapter 2 – A Study on the District and City Governance Reform in Indonesia
    Sumedi Andono Mulyo
  • Chapter 3 – Economic Growth and Government Size in Indonesia: Some Lessons for the Local Authorities
    Arief Ramayandi

Part 2 – Industry, Financing of Regional Development and Growth

  • Chapter 4 – Foreign Direct Investment and Regional Economic Growth in Indonesia: A Panel Data Study
    Nury Effendi and Femmy M. Soemantri
  • Chapter 5 – Indonesia’s Clove Cigarette Industry: SCP and Cluster Analysis
    Mudrajad Kuncoro and Simon Bambang Sumarno
  • Chapter 6 – Local Government Financing Strategies
    B. Raksaka Mahi
  • Chapter 7 – Regional Banks Intermediation Function and Banking Decentralisation
    Piter Abdullah and Suseno
  • Chapter 8 – The Financing of Regional Development and Economic Growth in West Java Province
    Rina Indiastuti

Part 3 – Labor Regulation, Poverty, Wealth and Income Inequality

  • Chapter 9 – Labor Regulation: Poverty Alleviation or Poverty Creation?
    Chris Manning
  • Chapter 10 – Development and Poverty in Indonesia: A New Institutional Economics Perspective
    Ahmad Erani Yustika
  • Chapter 11 – Poverty Dynamics in Indonesia: Panel Data Evidence
    Armida S. Alisjahbana and Arief Anshory Yusuf
  • Chapter 12 – Geographic Targeting in Indonesia
    Vivi Alatas and Menno Pradhan
  • Chapter 13 – Wealth Inequality and Growth: How Relevant is Wealth Inequality in Post-Soeharto’s Policy-Making Contex in Indonesia?
    Ariane J. Utomo
  • Chapter 14 – Sectoral Decomposition of Regional Income Inequality in Indonesia: A Comparison with Postwar Japan
    Takahiro Akita

Part 4 – Environment and Sustainable Development

  • Chapter 15 – River Water Quality Improvement: An Application of the Contingen Valuation Method to the Ciliwung River, Indonesia
    Lili Yan Ing and Budy P. Resosudarmo
  • Chapter 16 – Making Devolution Work: Lesson from How the Banyumas Forest Communities Gain their Political Interest
    Slamet Rosyadi and Nunung Nuryanto
  • Chapter 17 – Does Decentralization Lead to Better Management of the Environment and Sustainable Development?
    Otto Soemarwoto

 

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