Implementasi Peraturan Daerah Tentang Transparansi dan Partisipasi di Kabupaten Lebak: Studi Kasus Implementasi Ketentuan-Ketentuan Partisipasi Dari Perda No.6 Th 2004 Dalam Penyusunan APBD Kabupaten Lebak,Tahun 2008

Yunita, Rahmi (2008) Implementasi Peraturan Daerah Tentang Transparansi dan Partisipasi di Kabupaten Lebak: Studi Kasus Implementasi Ketentuan-Ketentuan Partisipasi Dari Perda No.6 Th 2004 Dalam Penyusunan APBD Kabupaten Lebak,Tahun 2008. Masters thesis, Universitas Terbuka.

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Abstract

Lebak District enacted local regulation numer 6/2004 on transparency and participation in govermance and development in lebak district. This local regulation is considered to be a regulation on transparency and participation thet is rather comprehencive. This research aimed to examine the implementation of this local regulation as a policy, particularly on the provisions on participation, and explore the factors explaining the way the implementation was conducted. A case study was undertaken on the implementation of the participation stipulations in the drafting of local budget 2008 of lebak district. This research was an exploratory research with a descripstive qualitative approach aiming to describe the issues examined based on the data collected. Data collection methods used were guided interviews, desk study and non-structured observation. The interviews engaged key informants from different stakeholders of participation and budget drafting issues in lebak district. Local regulation 6/2004 was enacted with the definition of participation covering coproduction, a cocept where citizens work with the government to deliver public services. Research results show that the implementation of participation policy services. Research results show that the implementation of not yet effective implementation of the participation policy in general goes very slowly-as policy was not yet implemented as designed –but there was an indication that things are moving forward, as there was an accumulation of policy and the policy implementation context, are considered to have contributed to the way the implementation has ben taking place. From the contect of policy, the relatively dominant group that have an interest in participation agenda and see the benefit of the policy contributed to the fact the implementation is imminent. However, the scale of change envisaged, the disperse sites of decision making, the quantity of policy implementation to take place paster. Similarly, from the implementation context, progressive actors supporting the participation agenda are dispersed in many different institutions. However, local political situation requires the stakeholders to be prudent in demanding for faster policy implementation so as to avoid backlash. Lebak district should formulate clearer indicators to measure its policy implementation and start a more systematic policy monitoring. For other regions and those who are interested in replicating the local redulation, they should not only consider the content of local regulation 6/2004, but also all factors identifies to have contributed to the slow-but-sure implementation demonstrated by lebak. As participation in lebak is also defined as coproduction in public service delivery, which is wider that the mainstream definition of participation in policy formulation, more researches in this area will contribute to both the academic world as well as policy making in locsl governance.

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Additional Information (ID): 40204.pdf
Uncontrolled Keywords: Implementation, policy content, context of implementation, participation, coproduvtion
Subjects: 300 Social Science > 350-359 Public Administration and Military Science (Administrasi Negara dan Ilmu Kemiliteran) > 352.48 Budgeting of Public Administration (Anggaran Administrasi Negara)
Divisions: Tugas Akhir Program Magister (TAPM) > Magister Ilmu Administrasi Publik
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Date Deposited: 18 Aug 2016 09:13
Last Modified: 19 Aug 2016 02:53
URI: http://repository.ut.ac.id/id/eprint/1647

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