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The Resource Decentralization and governance in Indonesia, Ronald L. Holzhacker, Rafael Wittek and Johan Woltjer, editors, (electronic book)

Decentralization and governance in Indonesia, Ronald L. Holzhacker, Rafael Wittek and Johan Woltjer, editors, (electronic book)

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Decentralization and governance in Indonesia
Title
Decentralization and governance in Indonesia
Statement of responsibility
Ronald L. Holzhacker, Rafael Wittek and Johan Woltjer, editors
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Indonesia over the past two decades has embarked on decentralization as part of a broader process of democratization across the archipelago. The purpose of this book is to explore the connections between governance and sustainable society in a wide variety of policy fields, and how reforming governance structures may contribute to societal benefits and the creation of a long-term sustainable society in Indonesia. This book bridges important theoretical debates related to governance and sustainable society and provides empirical research from Indonesia in important policy areas related to this debate. By placing research in various policy areas in a single volume, the link to the broader concepts of governance, decentralization, and societal outcomes is strengthened. The book builds on the recent interest that has focused on Indonesia and the continued development of democracy in the country. The chapters in the book show a rich variety of decentralized governance arrangements and capacity building at the local level in particular. Central standards (for example for social sustainability, anti-corruption arrangements, and for dealing with direct foreign investment), combined with local innovation (for example for municipal coordination of primary health care or metropolitan transport), are key to Indonesia as a country in a continuing process of transformation. We identify three key trends in the on-going process of decentralization and governance in Indonesia. First, we find that formal governance, the relation between the national and local government, is characterized by a system of 'variable geometry multi-level governance' depending on the policy area. The challenge ahead is strengthening accountability mechanisms to assure national standards while preserving and encouraging local innovation. Secondly, informal governance mechanisms are evolving to move from 'hierarchical to network' forms of governance. Here the challenge is to insure democratic input by citizens and civil society organizations. Finally, we identify a trend toward 'shared value creation and sustainable cooperation.' Indonesia is beginning to move from a rather singular policy focus on economic growth to a more complex and developing notion of policymaking for inclusive growth and the creation of a sustainable society for present and future generations. Here the challenge is sound implementation and an increase in the effectiveness of governance mechanisms
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N$T
Dewey number
320.809598
Index
no index present
LC call number
JS193.A3
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • 1961-
  • 1965-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Holzhacker, Ronald
  • Wittek, Rafael
  • Woltjer, Johan
Series statement
Development and governance
Series volume
volume 2
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  • Decentralization in government
  • Local government
  • Indonesia
  • Indonesia
  • Indonesië
Label
Decentralization and governance in Indonesia, Ronald L. Holzhacker, Rafael Wittek and Johan Woltjer, editors, (electronic book)
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
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unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Preface; Contents; Editors and Contributors; Part I Theoretical Reflections on Decentralization and Governance for Sustainable Society; 1 Decentralization and Governance for Sustainable Society in Indonesia ; 1 Decentralization in Indonesia; 2 Decentralization and Sustainable Society; 3 Governance Modes: Multi-level Structures; 4 Governance Objectives: Indonesia's Priorities in International Context; 5 Governance Mechanisms: Neo-Institutional Approaches; 6 Governance Outcomes: A Conceptual Framework; 7 Decentralization, Governance Failures, and Solutions; 8 Organization of the Book
  • 9 ConclusionsReferences; 2 Good Governance Contested: Exploring Human Rights and Sustainability as Normative Goals ; Abstract ; 1 Introduction; 2 Governance, Good Governance and Development; 3 Criticism Against the Concept of Good Governance; Good Governance Versus Economic Growth; 4 The Good of Governance: Towards a New Framework; 4.1 Sustainability and International Legal Human Rights; 4.2 Good Governance, Status-Egalitarianism and Well-Being; 5 Good Governance: Policy Evaluation; 6 Conclusions; References; Part II Decentralization and Policy Making
  • 3 Decentralization and Primary Health Care Innovations in Indonesia Abstract ; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Research Question; 1.2 Social and Scientific Significance; 1.3 Research Methods and Data; 2 Indonesia's Primary Health Care System under Decentralization; 2.1 The Primary Health Care System; 2.2 Two Waves of Decentralization; 2.2.1 Political Decentralization; 2.2.2 Administrative Decentralization; 2.2.3 Fiscal Decentralization; 3 Analytical Framework: The Decision Space Approach; 3.1 Decision Space; 3.2 Accountability Pressure; 3.3 Organizational Capacity
  • 4 Decentralization and Health System Innovation in Indonesia Institutional Analysis4.1 Decision Space; 4.2 Accountability Pressure; 4.3 Institutional Analysis: Summary Conclusions; 5 Decentralization and Health System Innovation in Indonesia: Case Analysis; 5.1 District Level Innovations; 5.1.1 Universal Health Insurance Coverage (Jembrana); 5.1.2 Health Insurance (Several Districts); 5.1.3 Midwife Coupon Service (Pemalang); 5.2 Community Health Centre Innovations; 5.2.1 New Technology and New Services (Jagir); 5.2.2 Partnership and Collaboration (Mojoagung)
  • 5.2.3 Obstetric and Neonatal Emergency Service Innovation, PONED (Several CHCs East Java)5.3 Case Analysis: Summary Conclusions; 6 Conclusion; References; 4 The Impact of Decentralization on Educational Attainment in Indonesia ; Abstract ; 1 Introduction; 2 Research Questions; 3 Social and Scientific Significance; 4 Research Design and Methodology; 5 Decentralization and Education in Indonesia; 6 Theory and Hypotheses; 7 Data and Method; 7.1 Data and Measurements; 7.2 Variables; 7.3 Statistical Analysis Plan; 7.4 Descriptive Results; 7.5 Multilevel Analysis; 8 Conclusion and Discussion
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SPR921176155
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unknown
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1 online resource.
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online
Isbn
9783319224336
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unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other control number
10.1007/978-3-319-22434-3
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Specific material designation
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Label
Decentralization and governance in Indonesia, Ronald L. Holzhacker, Rafael Wittek and Johan Woltjer, editors, (electronic book)
Publication
Copyright
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Preface; Contents; Editors and Contributors; Part I Theoretical Reflections on Decentralization and Governance for Sustainable Society; 1 Decentralization and Governance for Sustainable Society in Indonesia ; 1 Decentralization in Indonesia; 2 Decentralization and Sustainable Society; 3 Governance Modes: Multi-level Structures; 4 Governance Objectives: Indonesia's Priorities in International Context; 5 Governance Mechanisms: Neo-Institutional Approaches; 6 Governance Outcomes: A Conceptual Framework; 7 Decentralization, Governance Failures, and Solutions; 8 Organization of the Book
  • 9 ConclusionsReferences; 2 Good Governance Contested: Exploring Human Rights and Sustainability as Normative Goals ; Abstract ; 1 Introduction; 2 Governance, Good Governance and Development; 3 Criticism Against the Concept of Good Governance; Good Governance Versus Economic Growth; 4 The Good of Governance: Towards a New Framework; 4.1 Sustainability and International Legal Human Rights; 4.2 Good Governance, Status-Egalitarianism and Well-Being; 5 Good Governance: Policy Evaluation; 6 Conclusions; References; Part II Decentralization and Policy Making
  • 3 Decentralization and Primary Health Care Innovations in Indonesia Abstract ; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Research Question; 1.2 Social and Scientific Significance; 1.3 Research Methods and Data; 2 Indonesia's Primary Health Care System under Decentralization; 2.1 The Primary Health Care System; 2.2 Two Waves of Decentralization; 2.2.1 Political Decentralization; 2.2.2 Administrative Decentralization; 2.2.3 Fiscal Decentralization; 3 Analytical Framework: The Decision Space Approach; 3.1 Decision Space; 3.2 Accountability Pressure; 3.3 Organizational Capacity
  • 4 Decentralization and Health System Innovation in Indonesia Institutional Analysis4.1 Decision Space; 4.2 Accountability Pressure; 4.3 Institutional Analysis: Summary Conclusions; 5 Decentralization and Health System Innovation in Indonesia: Case Analysis; 5.1 District Level Innovations; 5.1.1 Universal Health Insurance Coverage (Jembrana); 5.1.2 Health Insurance (Several Districts); 5.1.3 Midwife Coupon Service (Pemalang); 5.2 Community Health Centre Innovations; 5.2.1 New Technology and New Services (Jagir); 5.2.2 Partnership and Collaboration (Mojoagung)
  • 5.2.3 Obstetric and Neonatal Emergency Service Innovation, PONED (Several CHCs East Java)5.3 Case Analysis: Summary Conclusions; 6 Conclusion; References; 4 The Impact of Decentralization on Educational Attainment in Indonesia ; Abstract ; 1 Introduction; 2 Research Questions; 3 Social and Scientific Significance; 4 Research Design and Methodology; 5 Decentralization and Education in Indonesia; 6 Theory and Hypotheses; 7 Data and Method; 7.1 Data and Measurements; 7.2 Variables; 7.3 Statistical Analysis Plan; 7.4 Descriptive Results; 7.5 Multilevel Analysis; 8 Conclusion and Discussion
Control code
SPR921176155
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319224336
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other control number
10.1007/978-3-319-22434-3
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote

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