Constructing a new planning indicator framework to reduce poverty in Indonesia

Surjono and Peterson, Ann (2010) Constructing a new planning indicator framework to reduce poverty in Indonesia. Journal of Mathematics and Technology, 3: 95-100.

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Author Surjono
Peterson, Ann
Title Constructing a new planning indicator framework to reduce poverty in Indonesia
Journal name Journal of Mathematics and Technology
ISSN 2078-0257
Publication date 2010-08
Sub-type Article (original research)
Issue 3
Start page 95
End page 100
Total pages 6
Place of publication Azerbaijan
Publisher Progress Press
Collection year 2011
Language rus
spa
fre
eng
Formatted abstract
This research aims at promoting a sustainable poverty alleviation through urban and regional development planning framework within the on-going decentralization process in Indonesia. Sustainable development indicators were employed to evaluate development strategies and programs stated by the local and provincial
government in the planning documents. As a case study, this article highlights the potentials of recent Indonesia’s Development Planning Regulation No 25/2004 and Spatial Planning Regulation No 26/2007, as parts of institutional reform. This article demonstrates the need to integrate poverty indicators in urban and regional
planning documents as a fundamental strategic management to support poverty alleviation in Indonesia. This paper concludes that balanced planning strategies, which are represented in their development indicators, are the key factors in reducing poverty while improving physical development.
Keyword Planning strategy
Poverty
Spatial planning
Q-Index Code C1
Q-Index Status Confirmed Code
Institutional Status UQ
Additional Notes This paper addresses sustainable poverty alleviation within the on-going decentralization process in Indonesia. Sustainable development indicators were employed to evaluate the development strategies and programs of local and provincial governments. The authors stress the need to integrate poverty indicators in urban and regional planning documents as a fundamental strategic management process to support poverty alleviation in Indonesia.

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Sub-type: Article (original research)
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Created: Wed, 23 Mar 2011, 20:32:26 EST by Ann Peterson on behalf of School of Geography, Planning & Env Management