2nd Indonesia Rapid Decentralization Appraisal – IRDA

30 July 2012 | admin
Project At Glance
Country Indonesia
Region Bantul, Kebumen
Name of Client The Asia Foundation
Address Jl. Adityawarman No. 40, Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta 12160. Phone: 021-72788424, Fax: 021-7203123, email: general@tafindo.org
Duration of Assignment 3.5 bulan
Start Date June 9, 2002
Completion Date September 15, 2002
Prinsipal Investigator Partini, Dr.
Principal Investigator (Not on the list)
Research Team Dr. Agus Heruanto Hadna, M.Si.
Research Team (not on the list)
Profiles of Professional Staff Provided by The Center Sociologist, Public Administration Specialist

The research on IRDA is a series of researches designed by The Asia Foundation. CPPS team and 40 researchers from 40 regencies in Indonesia formulate the topic and the detailed questions organized by The Asia Foundation. The objectives of this research are to snapshot the implementation of decentralization in Indonesia in finalizing facts that decentralization is crucial, identifying the good and the bad practices done by regency and city governments in Indonesia, and identifying the pattern of the practice. And the results are a) besides of the implementation of the authority as regulated by law No. 22/1999, regency/city also have the additional authority based on certain considerations, b) the establishment of technical departments to manage the authority, c) the fact that decentralization brings some impact on the change of bureaucratic structure in the ares and the low mobility of the bureaucratic staffs, d) capacity and interest differences that cause disharmony between legislative and executive institutions, and e) cooperation among regions to develop their potentials and to overcome inter regional conflicts, especially after the implementation of decentralization.

Developing project proposal. Developing research instrument (questionnaire). Supervising fieldwork assistant in collecting data. Data cleaning and analyzing. Reporting and publishing research findings