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Journal of Public Administration Studies
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Journal of Public Administration Studies (JPAS), with registered ISSN number 2548-902X (print) and 2541-6979 (online) is a scientific journal dedicated to dissiminate the development of theory and practices of public administration globally. JPAS published two times a year in February and November.
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Public Information Disclosure Practice At The Local Government (Case Study Of Magelang And Semarang Cities, Central Java, Indonesia) Henny Puspawati, Desak Putu
Journal of Public Administration Studies Vol 1, No 1 (2016)
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This study aims to describe and analyze the implementation of the public information disclosure (PID) practices at the local governmental level.  It was carried out in two municipalities in Central Java Province, namely, Magelang and Semarang Cities.  The results of the study found many different outcomes in practicing PID in both cities.  Compared to Semarang City, Magelang City is still lagging in infrastructure, system of technology and readiness of human resources in the area of information disclosure. The study revealed that PID tends to influence the commitment of local government official to be transparent, as the authority holder in providing information.  In the Semarang City case, the local leader and his public officials are seriously handling this policy. The strong willingness of the local leader leads to implement of the regulation, establish proper infrastructure and provide skilled officers.  As the result, local government administration is likely to be more accountable, transparent and thereby achieved higher public trust. The lesson learned is the more willing local leaders implement public information disclosure, the more accountable the local government becomes. 
Decentralization and Farmers’ Welfare in Indonesia Sulanjari, Asterini
Journal of Public Administration Studies Vol 1, No 1 (2016)
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This study examines the correlation between decentralization and farmers’ welfare uses quantitative design data from 2004-2013 from 32 provinces of Indonesia. The hypothesis is decentralization improves farmers’ welfare. The finding shows that DAU and PPL maintain a correlation with farmers’ welfare, while the history of local elections does not have any correlation. DAU has a positive correlation, while the number of PPL have a negative correlation. These findings suggest that welfare of farmers only have relationship with fiscal decentralization, or it can be said that farmers’ welfare increase through more DAU.
The influence of Service Quality Toward Customer Satisfaction in Yogyakarta Permana Sari, Ratih
Journal of Public Administration Studies Vol 1, No 1 (2016)
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This study aim to analyze and describethe linkage of customer satisfaction and quality servicethat attracted some studies since few years ago through different approach in one of Science Center or called as educational tourismin Asia Pacific, Taman Pintar Yogyakarta, with approach called asmixed methods. Dominantly, quantitative methods used in this research analyzed by Partial Least Square model described through Cartesians diagram and qualitative method analyzed by interactive model data and strengthened by Force Field Analysis. The result shows that indicators of customer satisfaction called as SERVQUAL (empathy, reliable, tangible, responsive, and assurance) has a significant influence towards customer satisfaction which is indicates by feel of believe, happy, revisit and recommend. The results is explained that both of service quality and customer satisfaction are closely related even both are independent, also implied that the increasing number of one item is likely indicate an increasing number in another.
Governance Synergy in Developing Sustainable Tourism in Pati Regency Indonesia Endhartiko, Tigran
Journal of Public Administration Studies Vol 1, No 1 (2016)
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This study aims to analyze and to describe (sustainable) tourism development in Pati Regency as well as the roles of each tourism stakeholders within, by using qualitative research method. This research utilized both primary and secondary data. This study found that tourism development in Pati Regency is still in the early stage of development however, it is potential to be further developed toward sustainability, because the basic principles of sustainable tourism are already exist in which tourism stakeholders in are actively participates in the tourism development and coordination among them is present as well. Moreover, through decentralization and participatory development implementation, Pati regency tourism development is in the right direction toward sustainability.
Government and Civil Society Partnership in Waste Bank Program in Kediri, Indonesia Wijaya, Andy Fefta; Mindarti, Lely Indah; Permana, I Made Dwi
Journal of Public Administration Studies Vol 1, No 1 (2016)
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This research is aimed to address how the patterns of partnership between government and civil society in waste bank program in Perumahan Wilis Indah II Kota Kediri, how its role, the process of what has been conducted in achieving the success of the partnership, and the benefits of each actor and the target group that existence in the partnership. This study used qualitative approach, particularly descriptive analysis. Primary data was collected from interviews, and field observations. Secondary data was collected from documents to complement primary data related to the focus of research such as Act No. 18 Year 2008, Mayor Regulations, Mayor Decisions, Head of SKPD Decisions, RPJMD Kota Kediri, Kediri Waste Characteristic Studies, and Kediri in Figures. This study revealed the partnership amongst government, private, and society use principle of mutual benefit partnership with synergistic partnership. The roles of government, civil society, and NGOs in general they are together make planning and execute the project. In particular, the government has roles as a motivator, endorsement of commitment, setting the rule and law, and also accompany to both physical and non-physical action. For the NGO role is providing assistance in physical and non-physical action and society as waste bank operator. Based on the process condition theory of which is states that to ensure the success of the partnership there are 12 conditions that should be fulfill, in fact the partnership in waste bank of Sri Wilis Kediri is not all the same as in theory.
Factors Influencing Community Participation in Development Planning through Development Planning Forum (Musrenbang) in Sumbermanjing Wetan District Malang Regency Sanjayani, Rita
Journal of Public Administration Studies Vol 1, No 1 (2016)
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A good plan is needed as a guidance of development activity. Development planning forums (Musrenbang) which involve local community are held annually and in hierarchy from the lower level (Village) to higher level (National) in Indonesia. This research aims to determine the level and the factors influencing community participation in District Musrenbang. The method is quantitative by using Partial Least Square (PLS) analysis. The research finds that the community participation in Sumbermanjing Wetan District Musrenbang is in the fifth rung of Arstein’s Ladder of Participation namely placation. According to PLS analysis result, the factors influencing community participation in District Musrenbang are culture, educational level, income, perception, and communication.
Decentralization and Poverty in Indonesia: The Case of Karo District Pandia, Sejahtera
Journal of Public Administration Studies Vol 1, No 1 (2016)
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This study examines the link between decentralization and poverty. This study takes Karo District, an agricultural region, compared with Indonesia and North Sumatra Province. The result reveals that poverty rate is declining during 2002 to 2012 in Karo, North Sumatra Province and Indonesia. There is an opinion that with or without decentralization poverty tends to decrease because of industrialization accompanied by labor migration. North Sumatra and Indonesia as a whole support the opinion that industrialization may be a tool to overcome poverty, but it not the case for Karo. Industrialization has not been a “vehicle” to poverty reduction in Karo since it has not undergone any industrialization. The equality of inter-regional fiscal capacity, the stepping-up of local people’s participation and the improvement of local administrative apparatus seem to have had a positive impact on poverty reduction in Karo.  
Government and Civil Society Partnership in Waste Bank Program in Kediri, Indonesia Fefta Wijaya, Andy; Indah Mindarti, Lely; Dwi Permana, I Made
JPAS (Journal of Public Administration Studies) Vol 1, No 1 (2016)
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This research is aimed to address how the patterns of partnership between government and civil society in waste bank program in Perumahan Wilis Indah II Kota Kediri, how its role, the process of what has been conducted in achieving the success of the partnership, and the benefits of each actor and the target group that existence in the partnership. This study used qualitative approach, particularly descriptive analysis. Primary data was collected from interviews, and field observations. Secondary data was collected from documents to complement primary data related to the focus of research such as Act No. 18 Year 2008, Mayor Regulations, Mayor Decisions, Head of SKPD Decisions, RPJMD Kota Kediri, Kediri Waste Characteristic Studies, and Kediri in Figures. This study revealed the partnership amongst government, private, and society use principle of mutual benefit partnersh ip with synergistic partnership. The roles of government, civil society, and NGOs in general they are together make planning and execute the project. In particular, the government has roles as a motivator, endorsement of commitment, setting the rule and law, and also accompany to both physical and non-physical action. For the NGO role is providing assistance in physical and non- physical action and society as waste bank operator. Based on the process condition theory of which is states that to ensure the success of the partnership there are 12 conditions that should be fulfill, in fact the partnership in waste bank of Sri Wilis Kediri is not all the same as in theory.
Governance Synergy in Developing Sustainable Tourism in Pati Regency Indonesia Endhartiko, Tigran
JPAS (Journal of Public Administration Studies) Vol 1, No 1 (2016)
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This study aims to analyze and to describe (sustainable) tourism development in Pati Regency as well as the roles of each tourism stakeholders within, by using qualitative research method. This research utilized both primary and secondary data. This study found that tourism development in Pati Regency is still in the early stage of development however, it is potential to be further developed toward sustainability, because the basic principles of sustainable tourism are already exist in which tourism stakeholders in are actively participates in the tourism development and coordination among them is present as well. Moreover, through decentralization and participatory development implementation, Pati regency tourism development is in the right direction toward sustainability.
Decentralization and Farmer's Welfare in Indonesia Sulanjari, Asterini
JPAS (Journal of Public Administration Studies) Vol 1, No 1 (2016)
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This study examines the correlation between decentralization and farmers’ welfare uses quantitative design data from 2004-2013 from 32 provinces of Indonesia. The hypothesis is decentralization improves farmers’ welfare. The finding shows that DAU and PPL maintain a correlation with farmers’ welfare, while the history of local elections does not have any correlation. DAU has a positive correlation, while the number of PPL have a negative correlation. These findings suggest that welfare of farmers only have relationship with fiscal decentralization, or it can be said that farmers’ welfare increase through more DAU.

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