Public Services after Village Law Implementation in Indonesia

  • Nata Irawan, MSc Doctorate Candidate of Brawijaya University, Indonesia
  • Prof. Dr. Yuli Andi Gani Brawijaya University, Indonesia
  • Dr. Suryadi Brawijaya University, Indonesia
  • Andi Fefta Wijaya Brawijaya University, Indonesia
Keywords: Village Act, affirmative policy, village governmen, public services.

Abstract

A great affirmative policy of Law 6/2014 on Village in Indonesia operates recognition principle for villages existense, and subsidiarity principle for village autonomy. Conducting quantitative method, this research concludes that implementation of Law 6/2014 has influenced to increase effectiveness of public services. Village officials already understand the Law clearly and consistently. Increasing of effectiveness of public services is affected by increasing of village officials training, village officials capacity, availability of rural resources, and support of socio-economic environment.

Author Biographies

Nata Irawan, MSc, Doctorate Candidate of Brawijaya University, Indonesia

Director General of Facilitation on Village Government, Ministry of Home Affair, Republic
of Indonesia

Prof. Dr. Yuli Andi Gani, Brawijaya University, Indonesia

Professor in Public Policy

Dr. Suryadi, Brawijaya University, Indonesia

Associate Professor in Public Policy

Andi Fefta Wijaya, Brawijaya University, Indonesia

Associate Professor in Public Polic

Published
2017-02-28
How to Cite
MSc, N. I., Andi Gani, P. D. Y., Suryadi, D., & Wijaya, A. F. (2017, February 28). Public Services after Village Law Implementation in Indonesia. EPH - International Journal of Humanities and Social Science (ISSN: 2208-2174), 2(2), 01-13. Retrieved from https://ephjournal.com/index.php/hss/article/view/122