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Policy & Governance Review
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This journal encompasses issues and practices in policy analysis, public management, public policy and administration. PGR provides high quality study outcomes and new thoughts for academic practitioners, researchers, scientists and consultants to discuss about social science theories and concepts to significant political, economic and social issues and to the ways in which public policies are made.
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GOVERNING VILLAGE FUND IN INDONESIA: IS IT ERADICATING POVERTY? Imawan, Satria Aji; Purwanto, Erwan Agus
Policy & Governance Review Vol 4 No 1 (2020): January
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30589/pgr.v4i1.169

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This study was conducted by its finding that there were inconsistencies and uncorrelated data from the government score-based report about Village Fund, and the public perception of the village fund. This research observes relevance of those numbers using the Impact Assessment concepts. This research can act as a useful insight for the governments, researchers and societies to evaluate the commitment of the government to build Indonesia from village. By using descriptive quantitative research method, this paper critically summarises the government report of the Village Fund by contrasted the priorities target of the fund. From the assessment, it was found that the development of the village facilities, infrastructure, and community empowerment program currently increased, but the village fund still has a problem with its equalisation and utilisation of the fund. In conclusion, the achievement numbers of the village fund do not have any correlation with the poverty reduction, because there are lack of equalisation and perception in some sectors. The perception index does not correlate with the satisfaction index in terms of infrastructure development, and the intervention of the village fund does not have a connection with the understanding of people on the use of the fund.
IMPROVED ACCESS AND PARTICIPATION FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES IN LOCAL GOVERNANCE -Pimentel, Sonia Fontanilla
Policy & Governance Review Vol 4 No 1 (2020): January
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30589/pgr.v4i1.278

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The disability agenda has only gained adequate attention in the public administration discourse after the United Nations (UN) Convention on the Rights of PWDs (CRPD) was enacted on 13 December 2006, followed by the launching of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in 2015 which included Goal No. 3 on Good Health and Well Being, and Goal No. 10 on Reduced Inequalities. In the Philippines, Republic Act 7277 known as the Magna Carta for Disabled Persons and Republic Act 10070 which provided for the creation of Persons with Disabilities Affairs Office (PDAO) in local government units are among the laws currently governing disability affairs matters. This paper looks into the status of the implementation of RA 10070 in the Provincial Government of Camarines Norte, Philippines. The researcher used qualitative methodology including key informants? interview, focus group discussion case analysis and documentary analysis. The paper ends by the establishment of a framework, the Disability-Inclusive Theory or ACCESS Theory, that discusses the conditions and elements affecting the formulation of policies and enactment of local laws that provide access and other means to eventually empower PWDs and enable them to become more active participants in their respective communities.
DOES TECHNOLOGY READINESS AND ACCEPTANCE INDUCE MORE ADOPTION OF E-GOVERNMENT? APPLYING THE UTAUT AND TRI ON AN INDONESIAN COMPLAINT-BASED APPLICATION Rinjany, Dhia Khalila
Policy & Governance Review Vol 4 No 1 (2020): January
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30589/pgr.v4i1.157

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Most researches relating to the success of information and technology system application focus on two separate matters, namely technology readiness and technology acceptance. Both perspectives are used to observe how technology is adopted by users. However, very few studies test them both concurrently in a single research. This research, therefore, aims to conduct testing on the two concurrently without separating them. This article attempts to put two differing theories to the test, which are the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology (UTAUT) and the Technology Readiness Index (TRI), in the context of e-government that is carried out via the Jakarta Smart City Program. To be more specific, the aJakarta Smart City Program analyzed in this study is the Qlue and CRM (Citizen Management Relationship) applications. The research method employed in this article is the quantitative method, wherein 225 respondents participated in this research to assess the level of technology readiness, the gathered data were subsequently processed by using the descriptive statistics analysis technique. Furthermore, 185 respondents also participated in observing how behavior influences the intention to use technology. These data were processed by using multiple linear regression analysis. Research results indicate that Jakarta SCR citizens? technology readiness level can still be categorized as low and is identified as belonging to the Low Technology Readiness group, with a total TRI value of 2.7. Additionally, this research also shows that performance expectancy (PE), effort expectancy (EE), social influence (SI), and facilitating conditions (FC) have positive and significant influence on the dependent variable, namely the behavioral intention to use the system (BIUS).
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Policy & Governance Review Vol 3 No 1 (2019): January
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Beyond Good Governances: Lesson from Forest and Cultural Governance in Pelalawan, Pangkalan Kerinci, Riau Dewi, Novi Paramita; Yuda, Tauchid Komara
Policy & Governance Review Vol 1 No 2 (2017): May
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The shift in government concept into governance takes the consequence of changes in public governance including in the forestry sector. Good forest governance becomes a great hope for managing the forest condition so that sustainable forest management can be realized. However, in its implementation, it contains a big challenge for the forest in Indonesia which is mostly identical with indigenous people. Meanwhile, the development becomes a necessity that cannot be inhibited in which business corporation as the actor who plays in the forest governance is considered as a major threat to the environment and indigenous people. To achieve good forest governance, it is necessary to have a synergy with cultural governance that is hoped to be able to accommodate the indigenous people interests. This paper is a case study related to the practice as an effort to achieve good forest governance in the indigenous people of Pelalawan that are followed by the cultural governance effort so that the indigenous people culture of Pelalawan that is closely related to the forest can still be maintained.
Public Administration at A Crossroad: Policy on Agricultural Extension within Digital Society Riawanti, Wahyu; Effendi, Kurnia Cahyaningrum
Policy & Governance Review Vol 1 No 1 (2017): January
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The study is aimed to reveal the public administration process in a challenging digital society. Facing the globalization, agriculture sector in Indonesia cope with the same challenge. In term of modernization, the role of agricultural extension is considered as one of the main factors in transferring technology and knowledge to the farmers. The case study was taken on Indonesian agriculture policy in Yogyakarta Province to reveal two different aspects namely (a) the dynamic and relevance of agriculture policy to deal with nowadays digital society challenge and (b) how the extension agents respond the policy in terms of digitalized society and globalization. The qualitative data was taken from in-depth interview and FGD with extension agents in Yogyakarta province were used for the research main data. The research result has shown that the impact varied from different extension groups/districts. The characters of extension agents and mostly Indonesian agriculture sectors are mostly the aging agriculture labors and lower technology application. This study results on how the agriculture policy was historically put the entity of extension agents as merely “object of development”. This phenomena fnally has to cope with recently global agriculture problem. The study
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Policy & Governance Review Vol 1 No 3 (2017): September
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The Influence of Spiritual Leadership on Organizational Culture at Bank Syariah Mandiri Branch Office and Sub Branch Office Depok Jabbar, Abdul; Kusumastuti, Retno
Policy & Governance Review Vol 1 No 1 (2017): January
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This research aims to examine and analyze the influence of spiritual leadership on organizational culture implemented by Bank Syariah Mandiri (hereinafter will be referred as “BSM”) Branch Ofce and Sub Branch Ofce Depok. Spiritual leadership can be measured by using the concept of spiritual leadership developed by Fry (2003) with fve dimensions, namely: vision, altruistic love, hope/faith, meaning/calling, membership, and organizational culture as measured by the ETHIC (Excellence, Teamwork, Humanity, Integrity, and Customer Focus) dimensions in Bank Syariah Mandiri’s organizational culture. This research utilized a quantitative approach wherein research data were collected through survey conducted to all employees in the BSM Branch Ofce and Sub Branch Ofce Depok, with 55 respondents being involved in this research. The research data were subsequently analyzed by using descriptive statistics analysis and simple linier regression analysis. The results of this research show that spiritual leadership of the Head of BSM Branch Ofce Depok has a 56 percent positive effect on the implementation of ETHIC organizational culture in BSM.
Policy of Inclusive Education for Education for All in Indonesia Mulyadi, Asal Wahyuni Erlin
Policy & Governance Review Vol 1 No 3 (2017): September
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The purpose of this article is to discuss the basic and essential contents of the policy of inclusive education in Indonesia. Inclusive education is the recent worldwide agenda for educational reform toward the no-discrimination in education. Regardless of any condition and circumstances, it is guaranteed that every child has the right for education, as it is also clearly highlighted in the global program of Education for All (EFA). This paper is a content and analytic review on the national policy of inclusive education towards the education for all in Indonesia, i.e the Regulation of National Ministry of Education (PERMENDIKNAS) Number 70 Year 2009. Number of schools implementing the inclusive education policy has significantly increased, supported also by the province and district related regulations. However, the context of the policy of inclusive education as the major guideline for the policy implementation lead to various and even narrowed perspective on the concept of inclusion. Inclusive education is still discussed more in term of learners with disabilities only. Much progress has been made, yet it is still much left to be accomplished to achieve the fundamental and universal rights on education to all society.
Bela Beli Kulon Progo as A Policy for Strengthening The Capacity of Local Economy Retnandari, Nunuk Dwi
Policy & Governance Review Vol 1 No 2 (2017): May
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One of the reasons for the State’s presence in society is due to market’s failure in providing its citizens with better welfare. The local economy2  that serves as a source of welfare for most Indonesian communities is placed under very strenuous conditions when having to confront capitalist economy. Remarkably differing backgrounds and resources create a highly imbalanced bargaining position. There have been numerous policies in the form of local economic development programs that have been carried out by Indonesia. However, the reality indicates that as of current the contribution of local economies in the GDP remains at approximately 50%. The interventions employed using a global approach, did not consider the specification of issues confronted by local economies, the State intervention performance metrics were very simple (activities) and there was a lack of serious evaluation regarding the intervention, which led to it not bearing much fruitful results. It was the Kulon Progo Regency which developed the concept of empowering local economy by using a specific approach confronted by the local economy. The policy is known as “Bela Beli Kulon Progo”. This article discusses the process undertaken by the Kulon Progo Regency in implementing the “Bela Beli Kulon Progo” movement which succeeded in boosting local economic development performance.