Recent Submissions

  • MAKING STRATEGIC PLAN WORKS IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT: CHALLENGE AND PROBLEMS (A CASE STUDY OF STRATEGIC PLAN IMPLEMENTATION IN YOGYAKARTA SPECIAL PROVINCE) 

    NURMANDI, ACHMAD; PURNOMO, EKO PRIYO (DEPARTMENT OF GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS AND ADMINISTRATION FACULTY OF SOCIAL AND POLITICAL SCIENCE UMY, 2011-01-21)
    The term of strategic plan is a new type of approaches in Indonesian government that introduced since 1999 based on Law No. 22/1999. As a new approach, government organization has tried to set priorities and allocated ...
  • INTERNET REGULATORY POLICY IN KOREA: ITS ORIGINS, IMPACT, AND CHANGES 

    PARK, GYUSEONG (DEPARTMENT OF GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS AND ADMINISTRATION FACULTY OF SOCIAL AND POLITICAL SCIENCE UMY, 2011-01-21)
    This study aims to show the reason why the Korean Internet regulatory policy to ensure safety has its own uniqueness which cannot be observed in other countries; using external plug-in program instead of built-in and highly ...
  • IMPROVING INDONESIA CIVIL SERVANTS PERFORMANCE THROUGH JOB ANALYSIS 

    MUTIARIN, DYAH (DEPARTMENT OF GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS AND ADMINISTRATION FACULTY OF SOCIAL AND POLITICAL SCIENCE UMY, 2011-01-21)
    The red tape phenomenon in Indonesia civil servants performance shows the lack of ability and lack of capacity to carry government tasks. This phenomenon needs improvement. Improving the quality of the state apparatus ...
  • GLOBALIZATION AND POLICY CHANGE: THE CASE OF KOREA 

    KIM, SUNHYUK (DEPARTMENT OF GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS AND ADMINISTRATION FACULTY OF SOCIAL AND POLITICAL SCIENCE UMY, 2011-01-21)
    Based on the discussion on globalization and the actual implement ation of national strategies of various countries to cope with it over the past few decades, I observe in this paper that too much emphasis has been • put ...
  • COMPETITION FOR JURISDICTION OVER FOOD INDUSTRY IN KOREA 

    PARK, SUNGEUN (DEPARTMENT OF GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS AND ADMINISTRATION FACULTY OF SOCIAL AND POLITICAL SCIENCE UMY, 2011-01-21)
    In spite of the government’s multilateral effort to control food safety, • there have beenconstantly many shock events threatening citizens’ health. This paper points out the matter of food safety management system with ...
  • CAREER PATH PLANNING FOR INDONESIAN PUBLIC SERVANT 

    DEWI, UTAMI; WINARSIH, ATIK SEPTI (DEPARTMENT OF GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS AND ADMINISTRATION FACULTY OF SOCIAL AND POLITICAL SCIENCE UMY, 2011-01-21)
    Decentralization demands more competent and professional public servants, so that they can perform jobs well particularly in delivering services to society and in maximazing local resources. However, several problems ...
  • POTENTIAL USERS AND CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTORS OF E-GOVERNMENT SERVICES: THE CASE OF INDONESIA 

    ROKHMAN, ALI (DEPARTMENT OF GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS AND ADMINISTRATION FACULTY OF SOCIAL AND POLITICAL SCIENCE UMY, 2011-01-21)
    Implementation of e-govemment in Indonesia began in 2003 when the Government of Indonesia released Presidential Instruction No3/2003 regarding the National Policy and Strategy Development of E-Government. Howevei, until ...
  • BUREAUCRACY CULTURE AND LEADERSHIP IN INDONESIAN E-ADMINISTRATION IMPLEMENTATION: BASED ON PERSPECTIVE OF KNOWING AND LEARNING ORGANIZATION 

    BUDIATI, AYUNING; KOMARA, RUDIAT (DEPARTMENT OF GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS AND ADMINISTRATION FACULTY OF SOCIAL AND POLITICAL SCIENCE UMY, 2011-01-21)
    Indonesian E-administration implementation involves bureaucratic culture and leadership issues. Those issues appear due to the change that occurs if e-administration is implemented nationally. Implementing ea dministration ...
  • HOW EFFECTIVE IS THE INDONESIAN EXTERNAL PUBLIC SECTOR AUDITING REPORTS BEFORE AND AFTER THE AUDIT REFORM FOR ENHANCING THE PERFORMANCE OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION? 

    DWIPUTRIANTRI, SEPTIANA (DEPARTMENT OF GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS AND ADMINISTRATION FACULTY OF SOCIAL AND POLITICAL SCIENCE UMY, 2011-01-21)
    The research aims to enrich the existing administration, accountability and auditing of public sector literature. This is undertaken through examination of the quality of information in the reports of the Indonesian State ...
  • DECENTRALISATION, ACCOUNTABILITV AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT PERFORMANCE IN INDONESIA 

    SUJARWOTO; YUMARNI, TRI (DEPARTMENT OF GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS AND ADMINISTRATION FACULTY OF SOCIAL AND POLITICAL SCIENCE UMY, 2011-01-21)
    What makes local governance working effective after decentralisation? Why some local governments are achieve better performance than others in managing decentralised public services and resources? How can malfunction local ...
  • ANALYSIS OF DEMOCRATIC PUBLIC SERVICE NETWORK (CASE STUDY IN URBAN TRANSPORTATION SERVICE IN MAKASSAR CITY, SOUTH SULAWESI PROVINCE, INDONESIA) 

    ALWI (DEPARTMENT OF GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS AND ADMINISTRATION FACULTY OF SOCIAL AND POLITICAL SCIENCE UMY, 2011-01-21)
    In general, public services organized by government bureaucracy are still a serious problem, including urban transportation services / public transportation in Makassar City. In this case, urban transportation services in ...
  • THE STRATEGY FOR IMPROVING PUBLIC SERVICES DELIVERY IN INDONESIA 

    ANWARUDDIN, AWANG; SURANTO (DEPARTMENT OF GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS AND ADMINISTRATION FACULTY OF SOCIAL AND POLITICAL SCIENCE UMY, 2011-01-21)
    The crisis of public services in Indonesia has spread out to almost all sectors for decades. The poor level of public services performance suffered by customers is mainly indicated by sluggish service processes and excessive ...
  • LEADING TO IMPROVEMENT? THE POLITICS OF ISO 9001:2000 TRANSFER TO LOCAL SERVICE DELIVERY 

    SOBARI, WAWAN (DEPARTMENT OF GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS AND ADMINISTRATION FACULTY OF SOCIAL AND POLITICAL SCIENCE UMY, 2011-01-21)
    In the last eight years, there has been a rising practice of the ISO 9001:2000 transfer within local and provincial governments in East Java Indonesia. It is an interesting fact as the practice invites some controversial ...
  • GOVERNMENT ANTI SMOKING CAMPAIGN: QUIXOTIC DREAM OR CONFIDENT EXPECTATION? 

    SUBIYANTO (DEPARTMENT OF GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS AND ADMINISTRATION FACULTY OF SOCIAL AND POLITICAL SCIENCE UMY, 2011-01-21)
    Smoking habit was one of global problems, but the effec of it are very dangerous on smoking related diseases, so Indonesian Government had to take the genius actions. This study investigated the effects of Government ...
  • DEMOCRACY AND GROWTH REVISITED: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY USING fsQCA 

    CHOL, DONG-HYUN (DEPARTMENT OF GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS AND ADMINISTRATION FACULTY OF SOCIAL AND POLITICAL SCIENCE UMY, 2011-01-21)
    The relationship between political freedom and economic growth has been a much scrutinized topic over the past few decades. Amongst the plethora of studies, one artide stands out: In his seminal article Democracy and Growth, ...
  • AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF THE AUTONOMY OF THAI (AUTONOMOUS) PUBLIC ORGANIZATIONS 

    TAMRONGLAK, AMPORN (DEPARTMENT OF GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS AND ADMINISTRATION FACULTY OF SOCIAL AND POLITICAL SCIENCE UMY, 2011-01-21)
    The latest Administrative Reform in Thailand in 1999 reflected the influence of New Public Management (NPM) perspectives, leading to a drastic restructuring of age old bureaucracy “Agenafication” or creating new single ...
  • THE SUSTAINABILITY OF JAKARTA AS THE CAPITAL CITY 

    PURNAWENI, HARTUTI (DEPARTMENT OF GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS AND ADMINISTRATION FACULTY OF SOCIAL AND POLITICAL SCIENCE UMY, 2011-01-21)
    This paper aims to find out efforts to be done to Jakarta as the Capital City of the Republic of Indonesia. Jakarta has turned from merely old day traditional port to the present day of a megapolitant figure, where skycrappers ...
  • THE IMPLEMENTATION OF SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSIBILITIES REGULATION BY PT KARYA TANGAN INDAH, BALI 

    WIDANTI, NI PUTU TIRKA (DEPARTMENT OF GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS AND ADMINISTRATION FACULTY OF SOCIAL AND POLITICAL SCIENCE UMY, 2011-01-21)
    The indonesian government has set a social day for the country smce 20 december2007. This determination is not intended for celebration only, but to encourage indonesian people to pay attention to social issues regardless ...
  • IMPACTS OF DECENTRALIZATION ON ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT IN THAILAND 

    JARUSOMBAT, SOPARATANA (DEPARTMENT OF GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS AND ADMINISTRATION FACULTY OF SOCIAL AND POLITICAL SCIENCE UMY, 2011-01-21)
    This paper describes the process, institutional and legal framework within which the environmental management operates in Thailand. It specifically focuses on the decentralization within central and local governments role ...
  • GOVERNING THE DISASTER-PRONE COMMUNITY 

    CHOLID, LAILA (DEPARTMENT OF GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS AND ADMINISTRATION FACULTY OF SOCIAL AND POLITICAL SCIENCE UMY, 2011-01-21)
    in disaster management, it is not suitable for public organizations to retain its “business-as-usual” perspective. They have to shift their paradigm kh and to be more sensitive to crisis. To be flexible, adaptable, and ...

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