Proceedings of the International Conference on Administrative Science, Policy and Governance Studies (ICAS-PGS 2017) and the International Conference on Business Administration and Policy (ICBAP 2017)

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Executive Open Selection, What's wrong?

Desy Mutia Ali, Eko Prasojo, Lina Miftahul Jannah
The view of merit as a new basic system for public personnel management is already final in the newest regulation of ASN (National State Apparatus), and one kind of implementation of merit in the management system is recruitment and selection. Although the new regulation of public personnel management...
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Development of E-government through Public-Private Partnerships in Indonesia

Lisman Manurung, Fikri Akbarsyah Anza
The application of information and communication technology (ICT) is a phenomenon that permeates many aspects of government practices since the end of the last century. E-government has been growing rapidly following the development of e-commerce. More than the application of ICT, international aid agencies...
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Implementation of Information System For Legalisation of Legal Entity At The Directorate General of Administration of The Indonesian Ministry of Law And Human Rights

Gusthiani Nursyamsi, Fikri Akbarsyah Anza, Roy Valiant Salomo
To attain prime service through the utilisation of technology, the Directorate General of Legal Administration, which acts as a provider of general legal services, consistently seeks to optimise the utilisation of ICT in support of its function. This research examines the concept of public service that...
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Asset Management Analysis The Province Of DKI Jakarta (A Study On Land Assets In The 2015 Budget Year)

Rizki M. Fadilah, Achmad Lutfi
This study discusses the implementation of local government asset management by the Provincial Government of DKI Jakarta, specifically with regard to its land assets in the 2015 budget year. The review on local government asset management in DKI Jakarta encompasses the following dimensions: i) inventorying...
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Analysis on CFC Rules In Indonesia And China As Well As BPEPS Action Plan 3 In The Effort of Strengthening CFC Rules In Indonesia

Nur Afianti Fajriyan, Ning Rahayu
The emergence of multinational companies (MNC), as the impact of increasingly globalized world's economic system and changes to tax regulations that are not in line with the globalization development, has given opportunity to MNC to perform international tax avoidance. One of the tax avoidance practices...
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Analysis of Tax Avoidance Effect on Firm Value (A Study on Firms Listed on Indonesia Stock Exchange)

Arfah Habib Saragih
There are many factors that can affect firm value, including taxation. Taxes paid by firms to the government is a quite significant burden that firms often commit tax avoidance in order to minimize tax expense. The objective of this research is to examine the effect of tax avoidance committed by firms...
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Does Fiscal Decentralization Good For Reducing Communal Conflict?

Aris Rusyiana, Sujarwoto Sujarwoto, Khoirul Muluk
Whether fiscal decentralization is good for reducing communal conflict is still debatable. This study examines the linkage between fiscal decentralization and communal conflict in Indonesia, administrative decentralization, and political decentralization is examined as well. Data come from the Village...
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Implementation of Tax Regulations on Internet-based Business Activity Case Study: Google's Tax Avoidance In Indonesia

Indah Susanti, Laode Arahman Nasir, Vera Partiana Sukardianti
To align with global and digital economic growth, businesses must be able to change competitive strategies and business models to keep them relevant to on-going developments. This also requires changes in government regulations, especially tax regulations in order to support business development. Google...
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Determinants of Successful Administrative Reform A Case in Indonesian National Institute of Public Administration

Kamaruddin Kamaruddin, Eko Prasojo, Amy Yayuk Sri Rahayu, Lina Miftahul Jannah
Most administrative reforms in public organization yield unstatisfactory outcomes. They are blocked outright or implemented less seriously. However, empirical studies that seek to draw lessons from the experience of adminstrative reform implementation are rare. By case studi, the process of reform in...
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The Analysis of Corporate Diversification and Cash Holdings: A Study on Non-Financial Companies Listed in the Indonesian Stock Exchange during the Period of 2006-2015

Mustafa Ramadhan, Bernardus Yuliarto Nugroho
This paper studies the relationship between corporate liquidity and diversification. The key finding is that diversified firms hold significantly more cash than stand-alone firms because they are diversified in their cash flow. Lower cross-divisional correlations in cash flow and lower correlations between...
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The Effect of HRM Practices on Employee Organizational Citizenship Behavior in ICT Companies

Ananda Putra Fajar, Pantius Drahen Soeling
The present era of globalization and technology have encouraged the human resource management (HRM) function to optimize strategy in dealing with challenges faced by the organization. With precious value and endless capabilities, the contribution of capable human resources practices is needed to support...
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A Shift in The Review Model of Local Regulation

Ima Mayasari
After the Constitutional Court/Mahkamah Konstitusi (“MK”) Decision in the case of Judicial Review of Law Number 23 of 2014 concerning Local Government against The 1945 Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia, which was pronounced in MK Plenary Session on Wednesday, 5 April 2017, the authority...
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An Investigation of The Impact of State-Owned Enterprise (SOEs) Reform To The Public Value Creation In Indonesia Post Soeharto Era (1998-2016)

Ubaidillah Nugraha
The State Owned Enterprises (SOEs) is important part of the contemporary public sector reform. They'are growing force to the national development and globally by increasing contribution to the global economic and governance (Pricewaterhouse, 2015). In Indonesia, since the era of Old Order (1945-1966),...
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The Acceleration of Food Consumption Diversity Policy Implementation through Sustainable Food-Reserved Gardening: The Case of Jakarta

Anisa Febriyanti, Vishnu Juwono
This research examines the implementation of the Acceleration of Food Consumption Diversity (P2KP) policy through Sustainable Food-Reserved Gardening (KRPL) in DKI Jakarta. This research applies a post-positivist approach combined with qualitative data collection methods through in-depth interviews and...
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Strengthening Citizen Participation in the Development through E-Governance

Krisna Puji Rahmayanti
Recent trend toward the usage of e-governance increases the chance of public participation and engagement through this development. E-governance can be a potential tool and process that improve the effectiveness of the development. This study aims to analyze the discourses of e-governance and the usage...
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Whistleblowing System In Indonesia's Directorate General of Tax

Ditri Andita Anggariani, Teguh Kurniawan, Defny Holidin
Despite the nature of public organizations that have a control mechanism, illegal practices often occur in public sectors due to the lack of control. Indonesia's Directorate General of Tax is implementing a whistleblowing system to detect illegal practices in its institution. This research describes...
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The Challenges In The Formation of State Asset Management Agency (LMAN) Based On Mintzberg's Theory of Organizational Structure

Lina Miftahul Jannah, Akhmad Yuzkhar Lutfansa
Indonesia has a considerable amount of asset from Sabang to Merauke. Since 2015, the responsibility towards these assets belongs to the State Asset Management Agency (Indonesian: Lembaga Manajemen Aset Negara, shortened LMAN). LMAN is an agency which structured with two divisions and one functional position,...
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The Role of E-government and M-government in Shaping Jakarta to be a Smart City

Anggraini Lya, Sri Lestari, Muslim Bachtiar, Erwan Halil
The government of Indonesia has shown its commitment to implement information, communication and technology (ICT) based governance with the launching of 100 Smart City Action by the Ministry of Communication and Informatics. As the nation's capital, Jakarta becomes example of ICT based governance. After...
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Analysis On The Factors That Affect Widyaiswara Engagement In The Centre For Education And Training of The Ministry of Manpower of The Republic of Indonesia

Yuni Widyastika, Lina Miftahul Jannah
Widyaiswara is a functional position that is responsible for educating, teaching and training civil servants also conducting evaluation and development of training in the Centre for Education and Training. The engagement of widyaiswara has become an important thing in the State's Training Program Agency,...
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Obstacles In Preparation For Innovation In The Government Case Study: Center For Education And Training Of Indonesian Ministry Of Manpower (Pusdiklat Kemenaker)

Vetty Ilona, Lina Miftahul Jannah
This research employs post-positivist paradigm and utilizes combined qualitative and quantitative methods. The research data were gathered through in-depth interviews, questionnaires, and document analysis. In 2010, Wang et al. devised five key elements that signal the preparedness of an organization...
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Collaborative Governance in Eradicating Corruption in Indonesia: Challenges and Opportunities

Azwar Abubakar, Eko Prasojo, Lina Miftahul Jannah
Corruption is one of the fundamental problems in Indonesia. Ineffective efforts to eradicate corruption are influenced by the lack of synergy among stakeholders. This study aims to describe the factors affecting collaborative governance in eradicating corruption in Indonesia. The approach used is post-positivist...
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Ignorance of Regulation As One of The Causes of Head of Regions Corruption In Indonesia

Teguh Kurniawan, Eko Prasojo, Mr. Gunadi
Corruption is a major problem faced by the Indonesian people, including those occurring in the Regional Government. To adequately address the issue of corruption, the understanding of the causes of corruption needs to be given attention so that efforts to prevent and eradicate corruption can be adjusted...
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Meritocracy And Gender Equity: Opportunity For Women Civil Service To Occupy The High Leader Position In Local Bureaucracy In Indonesia

Eunike Prapti Lestari Krissetyanti, Eko Prasojo, Azhar Kasim
Process of selection and promotion on civil service in Indonesia that based on merit system has not been able to drive more women civil service to get the high leader position yet. Statistically, the number of women civil service in Indonesia's bureaucracy workforce had increased for recent years, but...
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Government and Non Governmental Organization (NGO) Relation on Protection of Child Labor In East Java, Indonesia

Amelia Ayang Sabrina, Kusnar Budi
This article discusses the GO-NGO relation on the child labor protection in East Java, Indonesia. This research was conducted using qualitative approach through deep interview and literature studies. The result showed that this GO-NGO relation is characterized by pragmatic relation and NGOs have the...
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Failing Supports of Transparency against Corruption in Business Permit Service in Indonesia

Defny Holidin, Desy Hariyati
Recent literature affirms transparency as one of main strategies to eradicate corruption, while factual problems in Indonesia show that the corruption is remaining although the transparency is manifested. This paper aims at explaining why the transparency fails to support the corruption eradication in...
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The Perils and Challenges of Advancing Economic Governance Reform in Indonesia: An Endeavor by the Technocrats in the New Order Era

Vishnu Juwono
After the tumultuous Soekarno government in the late 1960's, the army chief General Suharto emerged as a new leader with the primary task to repair Indonesia's economic growth and restore the international community's confidence in Indonesia's economy. To carry out this tremendous challenge, Suharto...
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Improving Family Planning Service Towards Sound Demography And Welfare Policy: Lesson From Decentralization Reform Failure In Indonesia

Tria Abriamty, Mr. Sujarwoto
Improving family planning services is vital for achieving sound demography and welfare policy. In the period 1970s-1990s Indonesia had achieved a success for controlling fertility growth and improving family welfare through centralistic family planning program. Yet, the country under decentralization...
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Preventing Students From Dropping Out of School In Indonesia's Basic Education: What Should Government Do?

Reni Tri Pujiastuti, Mr. Sujarwoto, Firda Hidayati
High students drop-out have been a critical issue of decentralized basic education in Indonesia. With around 2.6 million students (age 7-15 years old) who drop out of school, Indonesian government should promote effective policies for reducing school dropouts. We conducted a case study at Sleman regency...
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Commercial Explosives Controlling in Indonesia

Mr. Kasmen, Sudarsono Hardjosoekarto, Azhar Kasim
Controlling is a continuously process. The scope of monitoring includes everything, especially for something that is inherently dangerous, such as commercial explosives. This study aimed to analyze the supervision of commercial explosives in Indonesia and developed the concept of supervision. This study...
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Accelerating E-Government Implementation in Indonesia Through Focuses-Based G2G Interaction: A Legal Perspective

Rahman Faiz, Rizka Nur Faiza
As the e-Government continues to be developed and implemented in Indonesia, the current condition shows that the implementation seems to be sporadic, unfocused, and has not been well integrated between the central government and regional governments, even though the Government has developed various applications...
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Behavior-Based Participation In Participatory Program Management On Local Government In The Province of Lampung

Dedy Hermawan, Simon Sumanjoyo Hutagalung, Izzul Fatchu Reza
Participation is an approach that became a trend in the design of government programs related to social welfare. Through the participation of community empowerment, impact is expected to appear in addition to the achievement of program outputs. This study aims to determine the forms of participation...
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Administering Sustainable Development: The Case of Depok City

Muh. Kadarisman
How is the administration of sustainable development in Depok City? Using descriptive and qualitative design methods to understand the object research phenomenon holistically, process oriented, natural, and empirical (verstehen, emic, and etic perspective). The summary of research result is that the...
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Reconstructing Collaborative Economy In Indonesia By Implementing Takaful Ijtima'I Insurance System

Gemala Dewi, Zaitun Abdullah
The Collaborative Economy has been understood to be in condition when products, services, and market relationships have changed as sharing startups impact business models. To avoid disruption, companies must adopt the Collaborative Economy Value Chain. In the history of Islam at the early 7 th century,...
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Competitive Recruitment and Ethical Leadership

Mr. Suarlan
Competitive recruitment brings benefits for an organization by enabling it to improve its performance. Employees who are recruited by competitive recruitment should have better knowledge and skills. In their daily activities, these employees will interact with their leaders. This interaction will result...
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Emergence of Military-Based Oligarchy in Reformation Era (The Case Study of Rivalry between SBY and Luhut B Pandjaitan in the Nationalization of PT Inalum)

Alim Bathoro, Meidi Kosandi
This article analyzes the rivalry between President SBY and Luhut Pandjaitan in the nationalization of PT. Inalum. The rivalry has confirmed the perceived emergence of oligarchy in Indonesia, as proposed by Winters. In addition, the process of the growth of oligarchy has resulted in the resurgence of...
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Social Accountability Pathology in Local Poverty Coping Policy

Rutiana Dwi Wahyunengseh, Mr. Budiarjo, Faizatul Ansoriyah
This article described the pathological risk arising in relation to the social accountability of poverty alleviation policy. Previous studies found that poverty coping is an area of welfare state model in which the government plays a dominant role as the activator of collaboration between actors to reduce...
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Adopting Organizational Structuring for ICT-enabled Government Transformation: Perspectives of City Government Employees in Indonesia and the Philippines

Enrique B. Batara
E-government or the use of ICT and its application by the government for the provision of information and public services to the people is now the norm. Local governments, being at the frontline of public service delivery, have to keep up with e-government practice and development in order to satisfy...
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Measurement Of Local Government Performance With Balanced Scorecard Approach In South Tangerang City, Indonesia

Ahmad Sulhan, Sadu Wasistiono
The new concept of local government that focuses on the community requires a new paradigm of government management with a comprehensive performance measurement system. LAKIP and LPJ (LKPD - both are kinds of accountability report) as a tool to measure the performance of local government has not depicted...
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Natural Seeds Accessories as a Form of Sundanese Local Wisdom in Preserving Nature

Santi Susanti, Dian Sinaga, Fitri Perdana
Local wisdom emerges as a form of human adaptation to the environment. Local wisdom considered as a good environmental preservation instrument. Local wisdom among Sundanese people is always associated with nature, which is to maintain a harmony between humankind and nature. As a part of nature, human...
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Analysis of Urban Heritage Management in the Heritage Area of Jakarta Old-City

Diah Putri Utami, Mohammad Riduansyah Anza
The Jakarta Old-City Area is a geographical spatial unit that has been appointed as an urban heritage of Jakarta. This study discusses the application of urban heritage management in Jakarta Old-City Area. This is related to the fact that Jakarta Old-City Area is used for many activities, including conservation...
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Collaborative Governance In Propelling The Transmission Process of Research Results Into Industrial Products And Its Development At The Ministry of Research, Technology, And Higher Education (The Developmental Study On Zenmed's Orthopedic Implant)

Dwi Lestari, Lina Miftahul Jannah
The transmission process of research results into industrial products is a step forward to utilize research results and development for the industry and the people. To achieve this, collaboration must be done by the involved stakeholders, which are the academics, business and the government. This thesis...
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Utilizing Maxwell-Boltzmann Statistic to Predict Dynamic Trend Lines and Percentage of Price Changes

John P. Kaunang, Ferdinand D. Saragih, Bernardus Yuliarto Nugroho
In this paper, we’ve investigated the involvement of closing volumes on closing prices as additional variables in order to achieve the better trend lines indicator. The Maxwell-Boltzmann (MB) distribution physical statistic law and its probabilistic formula were used to analyze the dynamic trend...
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The Management of Kutai National Park Through the Multi Stakeholder Partnership

Humphrey Wangke
The governance of partnership managed by the Kutai National Park Management through the establishment of Mitra Kutai has not succeed in reducing the threat of forest destruction in Kutai National Par. By do not involving the stakeholders in the management of Kutai National Park have caused the failure...
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Is the Structural Holes a Form of Social Capital? A Theoretical Debate

Agustinus Rusdianto Berto, Ilya Revianti Sudjono Sunarwinadi
Social capital plays a significant role in utilizing the flow of information. Generally, social capital can be generated by establishing a close relationship between many people in order to create mutual trust. However the structural holes theory instead sees otherwise, high social capital can only be...
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Resilient University Leaders in Contemporary Dynamic Environment: A Preventive Model for Derailed Presidencies

Abdul Wahab, Saqib Ali, Irma Tyasari
The environment in which institutions of higher learning are doing their businesses is getting dynamic and has obtained more consideration in the tertiary education and its resilient future research. Worldwide trends in tertiary education, as well as the changing external environment, put many challenges...
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Good Governance in Medium-Term Development (Perencanaan Pembangunan Jangka Menengah Desa/RPJMDes) in Daerah Istimewa YogyakartaGood Governance in Medium-Term Development (Perencanaan Pembangunan Jangka Menengah Desa/RPJMDes) in Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta

Ambar Teguh Sulistiyani, Muammar Yuliana, Kristi Yuliani, Sri Sulistiyani
The enactment of Law Number 6 of 2014 concerning Village has created consequences toward villages to improve the institutional capacity and the capability in development planning. Rencana Pembangunan Jangka Menengah Desa/ RPJMDes (Medium-Term Development Plan) is a form of development plan which adopt...
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Social Marketing as a Means for Socializing Individual Income Tax for MSMEs in Malang City

Arif Budi Prasetya, Hanifa Maulani Ramadhan, Kartika Putri Kumalasari, Intan Pryllia Rahmi
Improving the formation of tax administration capacity is indispensable since it may lead to the potentially unstable tax ratio in Indonesia in the next few years. The delivery of information to the taxpayer becomes essential in revamping the tax administration. In the area studied in Malang city, information...
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Defining and Mapping Social Enterprises: Some Theoretical and Conceptual Perspectives for the Philippines (and Asia-Pacific)

Jose TiuSonco II, Joel Mangahas
This paper reviews theoretical and conceptual perspectives – and academic debates – towards enabling an institutional framework for social enterprises (SEs) to develop and grow. It advances approaches in defining and mapping SEs as well as in potentially operationalizing the Institutional...
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Combating Human Trafficking in the Source Country: Institutional, Socio-cultural, and Process Analysis of Trafficking in Indonesia

Meidi Kosandi, Nur Iman Subono, Vinita Susanti, Evida Kartini
This research discusses human trafficking in Indonesia, where most of the victims were trafficked to neighboring countries such as Malaysia and Singapore. It analyzes human trafficking in three dimensions at the national level, i.e. (1) institutional, (2) social and cultural, and (3) process dimensions....