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Journal of Public Administration Studies
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ISSN : 2548902X     EISSN : 25416979     DOI : -
Journal of Public Administration Studies (JPAS), with registered ISSN number 2548-902X (print) and 2541-6979 (online) is a scientific journal dedicated to dissiminate the development of theory and practices of public administration globally. JPAS published two times a year in February and November.
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Tourism and economic growth: The role of globalization Hidayati, Firda
Journal of Public Administration Studies Vol 2, No 2 (2017)
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Tourism is believed to bring significant impact on economic growth in both developed and developing countries.. However, many still question the role of globalization to foster tourism impact on economic growth. This research amied to review current journals on tourism to examine possible impacts of globalization on tourism and economic growth. This study is aimed to review articles from 2007 to 2017 (10 years)  to map the correlation between those three aspects. The finding supports the notion on the positive impact of globalization to tourism contribution to economic growth.  The developing and third world countries need to manage globalization, in term of export, Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and foreign tourist spending to increase tourism developement and economic growth. Proper tourism expansion policy should not only focus on physical insrastructure such as hotels, roads, and restourants, but also no-physical infrastructucture such as innovation and coordination to enhance benefits gained from globalization. The key to increase tourism effectiveness is innovation, therefore, tourism policy should be equipped with education system that allows local officers and society to adapt with constant change and multiple stakeholders form different nationalities, cultures and education background.
Social responsibility policy implementation on upstream oil and gas industry (Study on Saka Indonesia Pangkah Limited in Gresik Regency East Java). Crenantoro, Endro Probo
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Abstract. This study aims to describe the policy implementation of CSR program based on corporate vision and mandate of Oil and Natural Gas Law No. 22 of 2001. It also shows the community acceptance to the CSR programs that have been done. This study used qualitative method with descriptive research type. The unit of analysis taken is the corporate social responsibility program implemented by Saka Indonesia Pangkah Limited (SIPL) on the seven villages in Ujungpangkah and Manyar District, Gresik Regency. The result showed that the policy implementation of CSR through community development program in upstream oil and gas industry did not have standard operating procedure (SOP) yet that can be used as guidance by Production Sharing Contract (PSC) in carrying out social responsibility program in their operational area, even though it has strong legal basis in the form of Oil and Gas Law no. 22 of 2001. SIPL has implemented corporate social responsibility program based on Oil and Gas Law no. 22 of 2001 through various model approaches based on community need assessment referring on the concept of triple bottom line around the operation area. Thus, local community acceptance of the program is relatively acceptable. Finally, the main strategy of the CSR program run by SIPL aims to secure the company's operations. Keywords: Policy Implementation, Corporate Social Responsibility, Community Development.
Evaluation of E-Government Implementation in Indonesian Local Government (Case Study of the Implementation of Electronic Monitoring and Evaluation in Balangan Local Government) Erhan, Noviandi
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The rapid growth of technology has turned the government policies and strategies toward e-government. The e-government somehow believed will enhance the performance of governments. The objectives of this study are to examine the practice of e-government system in Indonesian Local Government. Although Balangan Regency has adopted e-government, however the system is not developed as expected. This research concludes that, critical issues face in the application of e-government in local government is not just technical problems, but more to the management of the system and people awareness. Central government is need to intervene for a better adoption of e-government in local government.
Municipal solid waste management policy of Parepare City Lukman, Abam
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Municipal solid waste management policy still be a big problem in developing worlds.  However, How to deliver and implement policy is still debatable. This study examines how the strategy of the municipal city in Managing Municipal Waste in Parepare City, South Sulawesi Province, Indonesia. This study laid the Edward III ‘ theory in adressing the implementation of policy base on 4 (four) major factors: communication, resources, disposition, and bureaucratic structure.  This study examines the strategy of Parepare city government in combating muncipal waste under those 4 (four) aspect.  Data come from the 5 key informants and other official municipal is statistics of Parepare city. Results of this study show that communication, resources, disposition, and bureaucratic structure significantly interrelate each other and support the strategic in implementing the policy in municipal waste management of Parepare City. The findings suggest that communication, fitting bureacratic structure, use of technology, and works in strategy through better collaboration among city agencies, and strengthening citizens’ awareness in winning and regaining beautiful city award, as like Adipura.
The Evaluation of Indonesian National Standardization (SNI) Policy towards Import in Steel Industry Hartati, Diana Muji
Journal of Public Administration Studies Vol 2, No 2 (2017)
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The Indonesian government enacted a mandatory national standardization (Standar Nasional Indonesia, SNI) policy for deformed steel bars in 2008. This policy provides the assurance of supplying safe and reliable products for consumers especially in the construction sector. At the same time, the SNI policy can create non-tariff barrier to trade as it raises the cost of compliance. While tariffs are being increasingly eliminated, the government may choose to use standardization as a tool to protect national industries. This paper analyzes the effect of SNI policy as technical barriers on import values using an auxiliary gravity model. This paper applies panel data on steel imports to Indonesia from the eight major exporting countries between 2000 and 2014. The results of the gravity model reveal a negative impact of the SNI policy on the steel import value in Indonesia across all eight main exporters. The findings support the commonly held view that national standards are an impediment to trade.

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