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Inovasi Pelayanan Publik di China: Suatu Pembelajaran bagi Pemerintah dalam Peningkatan Layanan Publik di Indonesia Purwadi, Purwadi; Asmara, Anugerah Yuka; Nashihuddin, Wahid; Pradana, Aditya Wisnu; Dinaseviani, Anggini; Jayanthi, Ria
Jurnal Administrasi dan Kebijakan Publik Vol 5 No 1 (2020): Volume 5 No 1 2020 April
Publisher : Laboratorium Administrasi Publik FISIP Universitas Andalas

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25077/jakp.5.1.86-113.2020


Innovation is becoming a warming issue to be often discussed by many actors like academician, politician, and business sectors at global world recently. Innovation is basically a better change of an organization, it is firstly applied in private sector. Development of current literature in public administration science, innovation emerges as a conceptual discourse stuff that is then sounded into public sector. Innovation practice in private sector is different to public sector. Innovation practice in public sector, particularly in public services is one of interesting things to be discussed in this study because China is one of economics superpower in the world that is able to innovate at midst totally strong political control from central government. Issue of public service innovation is critical issue which is linear with economic growth in China. This study is a research using qualitative-descriptive method with the source derived from secondary data, and this study is called as a desk research. This research finding is that innovation practices at public service which is successfully conducted by Government of China can be adopted by Government of Indonesia by adjusting key points for implementing innovation of public services in Indonesia. It is important that Government of Indonesia must seek an alternative way to find an appropriate model to implement best practices of public service innovation adopted from China.
The Effect of Electricity Development in Indonesia on Poverty and Income Inequality Jayanthi, Ria
Jurnal Ekonomi Pembangunan: Kajian Masalah Ekonomi dan Pembangunan Vol 22, No 1 (2021): JEP 2021
Publisher : Muhammadiyah University Press

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23917/jep.v22i1.12076


Several provinces in Indonesia are still experiencing a crisis and the distribution of electricity is not evenly distributed. This is thought to be one of the causes of poverty and income inequality in several regions. Therefore, research on this matter is very important because electricity is a basic infrastructure whichis an important aspect in encouraging community economic activity as well as a tool that helps alleviate poverty and income inequality. This study used a simultaneous panel model, analyzed using the Two-Stage Least Square (TSLS) method, and used data from 31 provinces in Indonesia in 2010-2015. The results showed that electrification had a positive impact on economic growth. On the other hand, economic growth has a negative impact on poverty levels. However, an increase in electrification is actually indicated by an increase in income inequality in this study. So it can be concluded that economic growth is not enjoyed equally by people with low electrification ratios, but only by certain groups. The implication is that policies implemented to alleviate poverty and income inequality through increasing economic growth must pay attention to equal distribution of electricity, especially in areas based on labor-intensive industries, so that they are also able to attract investment and increase access to education.