Measurement and Implementation of Participation Principle in Indonesia’s Local Government

  • Aisyah Nadia Fitriani Faculty of Economics and Business Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia
  • Dyah Setyaningrum Faculty of Economics and Business Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia

Abstract

he purpose of this study is to develop the scoring of Good Public Governance (GPG) in Indonesia in accordance with the GPG principles prepared by The National Committee on Governance Policy (KNKG) and adjusted to the indicators in the Indonesia Governance Index (IGI) as well as the Evaluation of Local Government Performance (EKPPD). Moreover, this study wants to present an overview of GPG implementation in Indonesia’s local government (Districts/Cities) for three years since 2013 to 2015 based on the proposed scoring. In this case this study will present an overview of GPG implementation and also the scoring limited to participation principle. This research uses quantitative descriptive analysis method by create mapping of IGI indicators with EKPPD with GPG principles by KNKG and IGI. The analysis drawn based on 508 Local Government during 2013-2015. Overall, GPG implementation especially on participation principles on Local Government shows an increasing trend for three years. Participation/Democracy Principle is characterized by the increasing stakeholder participation that can be seen from the increased cooperation with other local governments.

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2019-03-08
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