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JISDeP: The Journal of Indonesia Sustainable Development Planning
ISSN : 27218309     EISSN : 27220842     DOI : https://doi.org/10.46456/jisdep.v1i2.81
The journal aimed at studying the issues of sustainable development (in terms of politics, economics, social, culture, environment, peace and justice, energy, and other strategic issues) from around the world to later be used as policy material in sustainable development planning in Indonesia, Development countries, and the world in general.
Articles 18 Documents
Knowledge Sharing as a Key for Achieving the SDGs Wignyo Adiyoso
The Journal of Indonesia Sustainable Development Planning Vol 1 No 1 (2020): April 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46456/jisdep.v1i1.51

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How Can Local Government Sustain a Terminated National Development Project? An Exit Strategy for the Techno Park Project in Tasikmalaya Regency, West Java, Indonesia Laksana, Satya; Aonillah, Fityan; Azhara, Rubi
The Journal of Indonesia Sustainable Development Planning Vol 1 No 1 (2020): April 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46456/jisdep.v1i1.9

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The sixth of nine Indonesian national development agendas under the President Joko Widodo administration is to increase productivity and competitiveness, one of which is by the establishment of Techno Parks. The projects will be terminated in 2019; however, exit strategies that contribute to sustainable development have been rarely considered throughout the history of development studies and practice. This paper examines the concept of exit strategies within the context of a case study of the Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI)-assisted project of the Tasikmalaya Techno Park (TP) from 2015-2019. It addresses two questions: (1) How has LIPI executed the TP project in Tasikmalaya throughout the period? (2) What is the recommended exit strategy for regional policymakers after project termination? To overview the implementation of TP activities, an internal- external analysis was conducted, and to formulate exit strategies, SWOT and QSPM were employed. Data were collected from July-September 2018, consisting of primary data collected from competent respondents by semi-structured and in-depth interviews selected by the purposive sampling method as well as secondary data compiled from relevant institutions. The conclusion is that the Tasikmalaya TP has five core businesses and its mission is to become a center for dissemination, technology transfer, and agribusiness incubator. The TP was present in quadrant I, meaning that aggressive strategies were recommended. There were four future management options and independent management was considered as the most appropriate. Its role should be more supported by middle- to long-term strategies and a well prepared legal system. Policy implications are discussed.
The Development of Social Forestry in Indonesia:: Policy Implementation Review, 2007-2019 Pambudi, Andi Setyo
The Journal of Indonesia Sustainable Development Planning Vol 1 No 1 (2020): April 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46456/jisdep.v1i1.11

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The phenomenon of sustainable forest management failure in Indonesia faces the reality of incompatible economic, social, and environmental approaches. Conventional forest management always assumes that good forests are only managed by the government through concession permit policies to large capital owners that are top-down and accompanied by a minimum condition of community involvement, which should be a key factor. Learning from the experience, Indonesia began to see the concept of social forestry as one of the efforts in the progress of a more sustainable development. Social forestry positions that the party that feels the greatest success or failure from forest management is the community around the forest itself. Communities must obtain the greatest access and incentives to manage forestry businesses as a source of life while preventing damage. In recent years, the agrarian reform program through social forestry is a breakthrough government program that is becoming increasingly demanded by communities. The rights to manage their surrounding lands in accordance with ancestral local wisdom are expected to be able to answer economic and ecological challenges. This paper specifically presents the development of social forestry and its issues and recommendations in the context of national development in Indonesia. The ecological harmony between humans and nature is a consideration of the importance of social forestry as a program to be continuously supported by the government, as well as to prioritize economic aspects in the principle of sustainable development.
Assessment of Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of University Students towards Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Nusrat Afroz; Zul Ilham
The Journal of Indonesia Sustainable Development Planning Vol 1 No 1 (2020): April 2020
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This study was performed to determine the awareness level of University of Malaya students towards Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). A set of survey questionnaires based on knowledge, attitude, and practice (KAP) was distributed among all the students of University of Malaya and 382 responses were obtained to analyze the awareness level (95% confidence level with ±5% margin of error). Data analysis was performed SPSS Statistics version 20. Descriptive statistics showed that the respondents have high knowledge with a positive attitude towards SDGs. Spearman’s rho coefficient correlation was applied to determine the relationships between variables (knowledge with practice and attitude with practice). The results revealed a weak negative correlation between the knowledge and practice towards SDGs (r = -.264, N = 382, p = .00). However, there is a strong positive correlation between the attitude and practice towards SDGs (r = .440, n = 382, p =. 00).
The Role of ICT and Human Capital Development in Pursuing a Demographic Dividend and Improving Economic Welfare in Indonesia Nurarifin; Ridena, Sedwivia
The Journal of Indonesia Sustainable Development Planning Vol 1 No 2 (2020): August 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46456/jisdep.v1i2.19

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This article aims to provide evidence that Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and human development play an important role in pursuing a demographic dividend and accelerating economic welfare in Indonesia by exploiting provincial data from 2012 to 2017. The empirical evidence implemented in this research is Two-Stage Least Squares and dynamic system Generalized Method of Moments (GMM) techniques. The results show that a 1%-point rise in ICT development growth potentially leads to an approximately 0.24%-point increase in economic welfare growth, whereas an in life expectancy may decrease GDP per capita. The analysis also finds that a 1%-point increase in the ratio of the participation rate will promote a nearly 0.16%-point rise in per capita output. Meanwhile, a 1%-point increase in the share of the working-age population will generate roughly 0.19%-point rise in per capita income. A recent paper suggests that policymakers have to promote more supportive ICT and human development policies to pursue a demographic dividend since even though they have a positive impact on per capita income, the magnitude remains relatively low.
Rice Farmer Risk Management by Cropping Pattern Diversification in Rural West Java: Motivation, Behavior, and Perception Mutaqin, Dadang Jainal; Usami, Koichi
The Journal of Indonesia Sustainable Development Planning Vol 1 No 1 (2020): April 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46456/jisdep.v1i1.20

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The Indonesian government have implemented agricultural production cost insurance since 2015 called Asuransi Usaha Tani Padi (AUTP). It is an issue that the rate of farmer participation in the insurance is still low. As a challenge to increase participation, it becomes important to be aware of motivation, behavior, and perception that influence the practical risk management of farmers. This study investigated the relationship between cropping pattern diversification (as risk management) and factors such as motivation, behavior, and perception. Based on a field survey of 240 smallholder farmers in Garut District, West Java Province, these were the characteristics of farmers who practiced cropping pattern diversification: (1) high-risk perception (impact and probability); (2) risk-averse; and (3) economic motivation. The study revealed that approximately one-third of farmers had risk-neutral and low-risk perceptions of whom approximately 70.7 percent practiced single cropping patterns. They may not adopt any risk- coping strategies unless they are aware of the risks that they face. Improving awareness about the negative impacts of risks on income from farming might encourage them to adopt risk-coping strategies for both on-farm risk coping (such as cropping pattern diversification) and off-farm risk-coping (such as agricultural insurance).
The Urgency of Indonesia Social Media Regulation in the Vortex of Terrorism Sutrisno, FX Andy
The Journal of Indonesia Sustainable Development Planning Vol 1 No 1 (2020): April 2020
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Social media becomes a very important and strategic tool for terrorists to do propaganda, recruitment, funding, and facilitation of other terrorist activities. Both international level and national level, no regulation explicitly regulates the use of social media for terrorism. Since many incidents of terrorism using social media in Indonesia, the more vigorous terrorists’ propaganda and recruitment through social media, and considering opened terrorist access to pursue their targets, especially the youth generation, it is vital to specifically regulate social media and terrorism. Although social media and terrorism issues need to be addressed by the increasing of local government’s role in combating terrorism and the strengthening parental supervision in the use of social media by children, the need for social media and terrorism regulation is an urgent matter to do first, as a guide to tackling the social media use in the vortex of terrorism.
Sustainable City Planning Concepts and Practices in Emerging Economies: A Systematic Review Permana, Chrisna T.; Harsanto, Budi
The Journal of Indonesia Sustainable Development Planning Vol 1 No 1 (2020): April 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46456/jisdep.v1i1.32

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The purpose of this paper is to explore sustainable city planning concepts and practices in emerging economies. Using a systematic review, peer-reviewed articles in an academic database were systematically searched and reviewed. The process included selecting appropriate keywords to assist in screening relevant articles, allowing more comprehensive and integrated findings of the concepts and practices of sustainable city planning in emerging economies, assisted by the NVivo 12 qualitative software package and Microsoft Excel. This paper also developed a framework comprised of key elements to measure the sustainability of city planning. The findings showed that, by reviewing more than 30 peer- reviewed articles, it was understood that Western sustainable city planning concepts have been directly adopted into the policy agendas of emerging countries without significant changes. However, such concepts were interpreted into a number of different practices dealing with the local socio-cultural and political characteristics of the adopting countries. Lastly, during the systematic review, this paper offers a comprehensive evaluation of the overall mapping of literature in the framework of sustainable city planning in emerging countries, indicating a number of areas that have been explored by existing studies as well as certain areas that are still lacking and could be potentially explored by future studies.
Building the Integrity of Urban Development Planner Through Corruption Risk Management and Assessment: Literature Review Budiati, Lilin
The Journal of Indonesia Sustainable Development Planning Vol 1 No 1 (2020): April 2020
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Planning in the broadest sense covers definition and selection of needs to evaluation and audit phase. Planning and planners have unique and strategic positions, roles, and functions, because they bring together two sides of interests: public sector interests and private sector interests. This uniqueness causes the field of planning and planners to have a political role and bargaining position in the development planning process. This political role can cause the presence of two sides, which are the bright side as the planner with integrity, who can design internal control systems and risk management for prevention and detection of corruption, and the dark side as the conspirator with public officials and the contractor or business corporation to bring corruption together. The dark side of planning becomes the entry point for corruption and/or fraud. The bright side of planning can be used to build the integrity of community and society, through the application of internal control systems and risk management that are based on specific corruption indicators such as Government Institution Risk Indicator (GIRI), Contractor Risk Indicator (CRI), and Political Connection Indicator (PCI).
Disaster Management in the Implementation of the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals in Indonesia Suprayoga Hadi
The Journal of Indonesia Sustainable Development Planning Vol 1 No 1 (2020): April 2020
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