List of Accepted Abstract


No Name Institution Title
1. Agung Nurahman IPDN Education service delivery post decentralization
2. Andi Luhur Department of Government Studies, Universitas Muhammadiyah Makassar Spatial Plan As “Second-Class Policy” in Urban Governance :
Deviation in the Use of The Green Public Space in Makassar City
3. Najiran The Univerity New South Wales, Sydney Australia Decentralization, the way out?
4. Muhadam Labolo IPDN The Degree of Decentralization-comparative two regimes
5. Supriyati UNIKOM The Influence of Competency User, Software reliability and database reliability to Accounting Information Quality
6. Sadu Wasistiono IPDN Equilibrium Decentralization
7. Cepi Safrudin Abd Jabar Yogyakarta State University Analysis of Educational Development Achievement on the Decentralization Era in Indonesia
8. Asep Nurjaman Malang Muhammadiyah University Democracy In Malang Region: Electoral Volatility and Party System Instability
9. Trisnawati Fisip Brawijaya University Comparison The Concept of Democracy and Shura in Islam: Decision Making
10. Aryo Dwi Harprayudi Gadjah Mada University Budgeting Reform: Implementation Performance Based Budgeting For Local Government In Indonesia“
11. Anderiasta Tarigan DPPKAD Kab.Karo, North Sumatera Province, Indonesia Decentralization And Globalization In The Glocalization Era Findings And Lessons From Karo Regency, NorthSumateraProvince, Indonesia.
12. Agus Yudi Wicaksono, SSTP, MPP
Center for Strategic Policy Studies
Ministry of Home Affairs
Public Service Inquiry and Complaint Management in Public Sector: A Case Study of the 311 Call Center in New York City
13. Agi Agung Galuh Purwa Human Resources Board
West Java Province
Relation Of E-Governance And Global Digital Divide
14. Adha Sakti International Development Management, University of Bradford, UK The Privatisation of Public Sector : Lessons from Jakarta Water
15. Rendra Setyadiharja Master of Government Affrairs and Administration University of Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta

Reconstructing Public Service Paradigm In Local Governance With New Public Services Concept

16. Sofiarti Dyah Anggunia The University of Manchester, UK

Evaluating the failure of budgeting information system in Public sector

17. M. Yusuf Master of Government Affairs and Administration University of Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta

The Problems of Regional Decentralization in Indonesia In a Public Policy Analyst Perspective

18. Sugiyanto Ikopin, Jatinangor

Optimizing The Asset Management As The Source Of Local Government Financing

19. Ronald Frans Pattipawaey University of Adelaide

Decentralization: a Scheme for Enforcing Environmental Policies in Developing Countries

20. Ilham Yamin Universitas Kebangsaan Malaysia

Democracy And Incumbent Political Power: Pilkada Takalar 2007

21. Muyanja Ssenyonga UGM

How Does Decentralization amid Democratization Impact on Social Capital ? The Case of Indonesia

22. Diana Rochintaniawati International Program On Science Education
Faculty of Mathematics and Science Education
Indonesia University of Education

Needs Analisis Of Indonesian Elementary Teachers In Developing Science Curriculum And Teaching Science

23. Ady Muzwardi UMY

The Professional Bureaucracy on Decentralization Conception

24. Fitrotun Niswah, Febri Firmansyah State University of Surabaya

Improved Public Services By Embracing Community Through Sapawarga Website

25. Dyah Mutiarin Magister Ilmu Pemerintahan
Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta
Public Budgeting In The Fiscal Decentralization Policy In Indonesia
26. Nursalam Faculty of Social and Political Sciences
University of Nusa Cendana Kupang
Decentralization and Natural Resource Management
(Case Sandalwood Management Policy Implementation in South Central Timor East Nusa Tenggara Province)
27. Velouna R. Perez
Richard B. Dumasig
COllege of Governace and Business
University of Southeastern Philippines
Davao City, Philippines
Police Community Service: The Case of Kiblawan, Davao del Sur, Philippines
28. Dien Vidia Rosa University of Jember THE HOSPITAL: NOW AND THEN
(A Discourse of History, The State and Public Health)
29. Hery Prasetyo University of Jember Development And Uneven Development
(Does Democratization Work?)
30. David Efendi Yogyakarta Muhammadiyah University Local Politics And Local Identity:
Resistance To “Liberal Democracy In Yogyakarta Special Regions Of Indonesia

No Name Institution Title
31. Mehrnoosh Mirzaei Sichani Republic of Iran Decentralization of Educational Planning in Educational System of the Islamic Republic of Iran
32. Zahra Karami Republic of Iran Decentralization of the Health Care System of
The Islamic Republic of Iran
33. Nora Eka Putri Universitas Negeri Padang Political Management of the Natural Resources in Regional Autonomy Era
34. Mohammad Said The Public Administration Department, Faculty of Administrative Science, University of Brawijaya, Indonesia) Measuring Efficiency and Effectiveness Local Government: Based on Harmony of Size and Function
35. Syarief Makhya Faculty of Social and Political Science, University of Lampung The Formulation Of Lampung Provincial
Budget Policy Of 2011
36. Nur Azizah International Relations Department
Muhammadiyah University of Yogyakarta
The Ignorance of Gender Perspective
on Decentralization Policy
37. Mudiyati Rahmatunnisa Padjadjaran University, Indonesia Local Democracy in the aftermath of Indonesia’s “Big Bang” Decentralization: A Mirage?
(Case Studies from Bandung District and City of Cirebon)
38. Ery Supriyadi R.; Albertus Deliar; Agustinus Fatem Ikopin, ITB dan Uncen Towards Optimizing Role of Local Government for Providing Information System in the Regional Autonomy Era : From Conceptualization to Operationalization of Geographic Information System of SME’s, Cooperative and Community Economic Empowerment
39. Agus Pramusinto Magister Administrasi Publik Universitas Gadjah Mada Indonesia’s Bureaucracy in the Post Suharto Government
40. Prasetyo Adi Wibowo Putro STSN Model Of Social Networks In Local
Government Services
41. Nunuk Dwi Retnandari UGM Regulatory Impact Analysis as a Method for Strengthening Regional Institutional Capacity to Formulate Regional Regulations
42. Nurliah Nurdin IPDN Indonesia Decentralization:
Direct Local Election Vs Public Services Delivery
43. Andre Ristian Master of Government Affrairs and Administration University of Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta Optimization Of Decentralization Assymetric Developing a MSME In The Yogyakarta Special Region
44. Syaifudin Zakir Faculty of Social and Political Sciences Sriwijaya University Integrity Establishment In Public Administration Institutions And Public Services: Reflection On Postreformation Era In Indonesia
45.  Slamet Riyanto  Delegation PBB and BPHTB to Regency
46.  Erwin Musdah Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta Hegemony Theory in Public Management Approach
47. Amiruddin  STSN Development Model of Cryptosystem in the Era of Decentralization
48.  Teguh I. Maulana
Wibisono Prambudi
Ahmad R. Muttaqien
 Universitas Indonesia CSR Zoning: Optimizing Corporate Social Responsibility Practices in Mining Industry in Attaining Millennium Development Goals
49. Eni Susilawati
STSN Capacity Building In Implementing One Stop Service (PTSP) As An Effort To Enhance The Decentralization Policy In Indonesia
50.  IDRIS EAL AL AMINI  LAN RI Bureaucratic Restructuring
And The Development Of Good Governance
(Administrative competence, transparency and efficiency aspects in the Government Bureaucracy Restructuring of Mandailing Natal Regency)
51. Muhammad Salis Padjadjaran University Decentralization Is Like Federal State
52. Mulya Amri Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore Fiscal Federalism And The Competitiveness Of Chinese Cities: What Can Indonesia Learn?
53. Jawoto Sih Setyono Lecturer at Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Diponegoro University, Semarang Planning and Governance of Small Cities in Central Java, Indonesia

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