Rural development policy and strategy in the rural autonomy era. Case study of Pandeglang Regency – Indonesia

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Issue: Volume 14, Issue 1, 2020

Abstract


In 2014, the Indonesian government passed Law No. 6/2014 with the intention of reconstructing village financial and asset management arrangements to accelerate inclusive and sustainable rural development. Pandeglang Regency in Banten Province as one of the underdeveloped district is a very interesting study because 96% of villages are still underdeveloped. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to develop a village typology model and develop a village development strategy in Pandeglang Regency. The strategy to improve the status of the Village Development Index is to reallocate village financial management based on the status of the village typology and its supporting composite index.

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Eka Purna Yudha* (1), Bambang Juanda (2), Lala M. Kolopaking (2), Rillus A. Kinseng (2)

1) Padjadjaran University, Indonesia
2) IPB University, Indonesia
* Corresponding author.
Email: eka.purna.yudha@unpad.ac.id

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