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COMPLEXITY OF LOCAL AUTONOMY IN INDONESIA

 

Editor           : Abdul Gaffar Karim

Publisher      : Pustaka Pelajar, Yogyakarta.

Hard Cover    : xxxv + 402 pages

Year             : August 2003

 

C O N T E N T

Acknowledgment Foreword

 

PART I            INTRODUCTON

Chapter 1        Local Autonomy and Indonesian (Cornelis Lay)

Chapter 2        Decentralization: The Unfinished Solution (Pratikno)

Chapter 3        Local Autonomy in Indonesia: Unstable Structure on the Trouble Ground (Abdul Gaffar Karim)

 

PART II           STRUCTURAL DYNAMIC

Chapter 4        Concept and Implementation of Decentralization in Indonesia in Transition Era: Case Law No. 22/1999 on Local Government (Tri Ratnawati)

Chapter 5        The Changing of Government Perspective and Its Implication (Achmad Nurmandi)

Chapter 6        Autonomy: Opportunity or Burden for Local? (Sri Djoharwinarlien)

Chapter 7        The Role of Local Legislative (Haryadi)

Chapter 8        The Governor in Local Governance System: Case Law No. 22/1999 (Sugeng Hariono)

 

PART III          POLITICAL RECRUITMENT

Chapter 9        Election and the Leadership of Local Head in Wide, Real and Responsible Autonomy Era (Mashuri Maschab)

Chapter 10      Local Head Election Mechanism: Between Regulation and Real Politic (Bambang Purwoko)

Chapter 11      Criticize the Idea of Local Head Direct Election (Dodi Riyadmaji)

Chapter 12      Direct Election of Local Head, Regency and Municipal: Some Early Notes (Kastorius Sinaga)

 

PART IV          POLICY PROCESS

Chapter 13      Toward Village Administration and Development in Local Government System: A Challenge for Regency Legislatives. (Purwo Santoso)

Chapter 14      Placing the Village in Decentralization and Democracy (Sutoro Eko)

Chapter 15      Gender Budget in Local Budget (Ratnawati)

 

PART V           SPACE OF LOCAL INTERACTION

Chapter 16      Local Autonomy and Social Changing (Haryanto)

Chapter 17      Critical Note on the Implementation of Autonomy in Village Level in Bali Province (Riswandha Imawan)

Chapter 18      Custom Village: Between Genuineness and Democracy (AAGN Ari Dwipayana)

 

PART IV          COMPARISON

Chapter 19      Commune: Local Autonomy Model in Norway (Wawan Mas’udi)

Chapter 20      Multiculturalism in Local Politic in Hungary (Amalinda Savirani).

 

 

   

 

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