Regional Autonomy and Socio-Economic Development in Indonesia-Case Studies of Seven Provinces-



Edited by Muneo Takahashi and T.A.Legowo
Published in 2004

Acknowledgements (58KB) / Muneo Takahashi, T.A.Legowo

Abstract (292KB) / Muneo Takahashi, T.A.Legowo

Chapter I

Uneven Distribution of Regional Development: Problems of Implementing Regional Autonomy in Banten Province / Medelina K.Hendytio

1. Introduction
2. Banten as a New Province
 2-1. General Picture
 2-2. Fiscal and Budgetary Affairs of Banten Province
 2-3. Organizational Restructuring
 2-4. Development Projects of the Regional Government
 2-5. Social Problems and Community Affairs
 2-6. Transparency and Accountability
3. Tangerang Municipality
 3-1. General Situation
 3-2. Limited Tax and Retribution
 3-3. Developmnt Project of the Regional Government
 3-4. Transparency and Accountability
 3-5. Other Concerns
4. Lebak Regency
 4-1. General Situation
 4-2. Local Development Projects
 4-3. Finance and physical Development
 4-4. Organization and Administration
 4-5. Accountability and Transparency
 4-6. Social Issues and Community Affairs
5. Concluding Remarks
Chapter II

Grasping Beyond Tim Mining: Regional Autonomy and Economic Development in Bangka-Belitung / Yose Rizal Damuri

1. Introduction
2. Bangka-Belitung Province: An Overview
 2-1. Population and Employment
 2-2. Economic structure
3. Regional Autonomy and Changes in Governance
 3-1. Governance Issues
 3-2. Budget and Budgeting process
 3-3. public service Delivery
4. Economic Development: Dealing with Natural Resources
 4-1. Economic Dependency to Mining Sector
 4-2. Environmental Problem: Small-Scale Mining
 4-3. Economic Development and Investment Climate
5. Conclusion
Chapter III

Gorontalo: Searching for Sources of Growth / Raymond Atje, Puspa Delima Amri

1. Introduction
2. The Profile of Gorontalo Province: An Overview
 2-1. Geographical Background
 2-2. Administration
 2-3. Population and Employment
3. Performance and Structure of the Economy
 3-1. Economic Performance
 3-2. Social Issues
4. Socio-Economic Problems in Gorontalo: Findings from the Field Survey
 4-1. Agricultural Development and Pockets of Poverty
 4-2. The Government of Gorontalo's Response: Policies and Programs
5. The Challenges Ahead
 5-1. Budget Constraints: Insufficient Development Budget and Own Revenue
 5-2. Internal Constraints to Business: A Case Study on the Municipality of Gorontalo
6. Conclusions
Chapter IV

West Sumatra in a Decentralized Ea: Back to the Nagari Governance System / Titik Anas

1. Introduction
 1-1. About West Sumatra
 1-2. The Paper
2. General Findings
 2-1. Governance: The Institution
 2-2. Development Projects and Fiscal Issues
 2-3. Public Participation
 2-4. Inter-Regional Cooperation
 2-5. Other Economic and Social Issues
3. Specific Findings
 3-1. The Municipality of Solok
 3-2. The Municipality of Bukittinggi
 3-3. The Regency of Limapuluh Kota
4. Conclusion and Policy Implications
 4-1. Conclusion
 4-2. Policy Implications
Chapter V

The Challenge for Strengthening Democracy: Decentralization in the Special Capital Region of Jakarta / Ignasius Ismanto

1. Introduction
2. Jakarta: An Overview
 2-1. The Economic Structure of Jakarta
 2-2. Dynamics of Socio-Economic Change
3. A New Decentralization and the Special Region of Jakarta
 3-1. The Special Region of DKI Jakarta
 3-2. Organizational Restructuring
4. The Political Dynamics of Jakarta
 4-1. The Political Map of Changes
 4-2. Relation between the DPRD and the Head of Region (Kepala Daerah)
 4-3. Direct Election of the Governor
5. Conclusion
Chapter VI

Regional Autonomy and Socio-Economic Development in Yogyakarta Special Region: In Search of Specially and Prosperity / T.A.Legowo

1. Introduction
2. Socio-Demographic Map
 2-1. Geography
 2-2. Social Composition
3. Socio-Economic and Political setting
 3-1. Economic Potentials
 3-2. Political status
4. Government Organization
 4-1. Subject to Law No. 22/1999
 4-2. new Spirit in Organizing Local Government
5. Government Policy
 5-1. On Economic Issues
 5-2. On Social Issues
 5-3. On Inter-Regional Cooperation
6. Social Organizations
 6-1. What is New/
 6-2. Autonomy of Society
7. Social Support and Resistance
 7-1. The Idea of the Special Status
 7-2. Ideas of certain Government Policy
 7-3. The Idea of Developing Tourism and Craft Industry
8. Problems and prospects
9. Concluding Notes
Chapter VII

Institutionalization for Better Public Services: A Case Study on Bali Province / P.Agung Pambudhi

1. Introduction
 1-1. About Bali
 1-2. Area Coverage and Resources Persons
2. Organization and Administration of the Government
 2-1. Local Government Structure and personnel Affairs
 2-2. Inter-Government Agencies Coordination
 2-3. Public Service
 2-4. Laws and Regulations and Oversight over Local Policies
3. Development Projects of the Local Government
 3-1. Development Focus of the Region
 3-2. Economic Condition and Fiscal Policy
 3-3. Inter-Regional Cooperation
 3-4. Public Participation
 3-5. Other Economic and Social Issues
4. Implication of Regional Autonomy Policy towards community Organization adn NGOs
 4-1. Community Organization
 4-2. Non-Government Organization
5. Conclusion and Recommendation
Supplement I
Section1. Introductory Guide to section 2
Section2. Laws and Regulations Promulgated between 1999 and 2003
Supplement II