Pemekaran Daerah di Papua: Kesejahteraan Masyarakat vs. Kepentingan Elit
[The Creation of New Regions in Papua: Social Welfare vs. Elite's Interests]
AbstractNumber of regions in Papua have increased significantly as a result of the creation of new sub-national administration or pemekaran. There were 36 regions (kabupaten/kota) in this island; meanwhile in 1996 there were only 13 regions. There are several controversies regarding to pemekaran in Papua. The aim of this article is to discuss two main issues: social welfare of Papuans and actors behind pemekaran. For this purposes, this article mainly used secondary data that collected from various sources such as the Indonesia Human Development Report.
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Date of creation: 2008
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pemekaran; social welfare; elite’s interest; Papua;
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- Fitria Fitrani & Bert Hofman & Kai Kaiser, 2005. "Unity in diversity? The creation of new local governments in a decentralising Indonesia," Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 41(1), pages 57-79.
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