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ISEAS–Yusof Ishak Institute
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In 1999, Indonesia embarked on a reform of regional governance that brings self-governance to rural districts and municipalities, i.e., the administrative and democratic capacity needed to apply basic services like healthcare, national legislation and environment policies. This edited volume is the first book, which not only deals with the 1999 legislation but also shows how the deficiencies and contradictions of this legislation reduced implementation between 2001 and 2004 to a try-out. The book also discusses the adaptations that were the focus of the debate on the revision of the 1999 legislation that resulted in the 2004 update legislation and the amendment of the 1945 Constitution. Anthropological case studies of five provinces complement and deepen the findings of the more general survey reports.

Table of Contents

  1. Title Page, Copyright Page
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  1. Table of Contents
  2. pp. v-vii
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  1. List of Tables
  2. pp. viii-ix
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  1. List of Figures
  2. p. x
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  1. List of Maps
  2. p. xi
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  1. Acknowledgements
  2. p. xiii
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  1. List of Contributors
  2. pp. xv-xxii
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  1. Preface
  2. pp. xxiii-xxviii
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  1. Introduction: The Regional Governance Reformin Indonesia, 1999-2004
  2. pp. 1-56
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  1. PART ONE: MONITORING REPORTS & GENERAL ANALYSES
  1. 1. When the Burden is Shouldered Alone: Experiences in Autonomy at Regencies and Municipalities
  2. pp. 59-74
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  1. 2. Indonesia’s Transition to Decentralized Governance: Evolution at the Local Level,
  2. pp. 75-98
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  1. 3. Corruption and Decentralization
  2. pp. 99-113
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  1. 4. The Role and Function of the Regional People’s Representative Council (DPRD): A Juridical Study
  2. pp. 114-144
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  1. 5. Regional Autonomy, Regulatory Reform, and the Business Climate
  2. pp. 145-149
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  1. 6. Decentralization, Regulatory Reform, and the Business Climate
  2. pp. 150-182
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  1. 7. Small Enterprises and Decentralization: Some Lessons from Java
  2. pp. 183-195
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  1. 8. Fiscal Decentralization and Its Impact on Regional Economic Development and Fiscal Sustainability
  2. pp. 196-221
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  1. 9. Origin and Development of the Urban Municipality in Indonesia
  2. pp. 222-242
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  1. PART TWO: ANTHROPOLOGICAL ANALYSES OF REGIONAL CASES
  1. 10. Regional Autonomy and the Issue of Land Rights: The Case of the PT CPM Mine in Central Sulawesi
  2. pp. 245-255
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  1. 11. Reshaping Tana Toraja: A Century of Decentralization and Power Politics in the Highlands of South Sulawesi
  2. pp. 256-292
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  1. 12. Recentralization and Decentralization in West Sumatra
  2. pp. 293-328
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  1. 13. Regional Autonomy and Its Discontents: The Case of Post-New Order Bali
  2. pp. 329-379
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  1. 14. Reflections on the Development of Intellectual Property Rights Legislation: An Account from Riau
  2. pp. 380-387
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  1. 15. Global Spread and Local Fractioning: Indigenous Knowledge and the Commoditization of Livelihood Resources in the Growth Triangle
  2. pp. 388-409
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 411-432
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  1. IIAS/ISEAS Series on Asia
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