Wardani, Sri Budi Eko
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Konstituensi dalam Persepsi Wakil di Tingkat Lokal Era Reformasi Wardani, Sri Budi Eko
Jurnal Penelitian Politik Vol 15, No 2 (2018): Konstelasi Politik di Tahun Elektoral
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Sistem pemilu proporsional terbuka memengaruhi cara pandang wakil terhadap konstituen di daerah pemilihan. Hubungan wakil dan konstituen bergeser dari sekedar formalitas (Orde Baru) menjadi politis (Reformasi) bagi kepentingan karier politik wakil untuk pemilu berikutnya. Penelitian terhadap enam anggota DPRD Banten 2014-2019 menemukan fenomena terjadinya perekayasaan konstituensi dalam hubungan wakil dan konstituen di tingkat lokal  melalui peran jaringan pendukung yang menjalankan multiperan bagi wakil.  Kata Kunci: representasi, wakil dan konstituen
AUTONOMY AND GOVERNANCE OF STATE UNIVERSITIES Case Studies in the University of Indonesia, the Jakarta State University, and the Syarif Hidayatullah State Islamic University Soetjipto, Ani; Seda, Francisca Ery; Noor, Ida Ruwaid; Wardani, Sri Budi Eko; Soebagjo, Natalia
Jurnal Masyarakat dan Budaya Vol 16, No 2 (2014)
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This paper explains the ways state universities construct the meaning as well as implementing the idea of autonomy and governance. Cases studies were conducted, which involved three Indonesian state universities, namely the University of Indonesia, the Syarif Hidayatullah Islamic State University, and the Jakarta State University. Through the Trakman’s model (2008) about the university governance, this paper underlines that there is no appropriate model to explain the autonomy and governance of Indonesian state universities. Result shows that the state’s role in the state universities is still dominant, both in the academic area, such as curriculum and dissemination of knowledge, and in the nonacademic area, such as finance; therefore, the autonomy seems to be taken for granted instead of being embedded. Moreover, there is ambivalence due to the state’s limited budget, which then allows the market and the global providing fund for higher education.
Jatibaru Raya Road Closure: Jakarta Governor's Incremental Policy in Managing the Tanah Abang Market Area Permadi, Angga Sukmara Christian; Wardani, Sri Budi Eko
Journal of Public Administration and Local Governance Vol 2, No 2 (2018): The Role of Government on Social Transformation, Community and Sustainable Deve
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31002/jpalg.v2i2.1079

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The policy of closing Jatibaru Raya Road on December 22, 2017, has caused new problems because the road closure has caused public losses. The public policy applied by Governor Anies indicated that he had a strong political contract with the community and one of the powerful figures in Tanah Abang so that the policy benefited the people of Tanah Abang who had been disciplined during the previous governor's term. These issues are very relevant to be studied using qualitative methods with a grounded approach to obtain material and in-depth information. Regarding the road closure policy, the existing policy is seen as a step in the realization of Anies campaign promises to establish 200,000 MSMEs at the time of the DKI Jakarta Pilkada in 2017. The public policy for road closure is basically an incremental policy because there are not many policy programs that have been running and was designed during the previous governor's term. The implementation of this policy has made Governor Anies considered maladministration by the Ombudsman, thus giving rise to recommendations for the position of Anies as governor. Keywords: Public Policy; Inkremental; Maladministration.