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Title: Infrastructure development in Indonesian economy: policy implications
Authors: Fitriana Aghita Pratama
Keywords: DRNTU::Business::International business::Policy
Issue Date: 2014
Abstract: Infrastructure development is important to sustain countries' economic performance. Empirical study of Infrastructure development in Indonesian economy revealed that Indonesia in recent decade is more driven by labor intensive development than by capital intensive, such as infrastructure development. Indonesia is hampered by challenges on their endeavors in developing appropriate infrastructure. However, the Government of Indonesia (Gol), up until the current time, has been putting continuous efforts to overcome those challenges through regulation and institutional reforms. One of the most important policies on infrastructure development is Public Private Partnership (PPP) scheme in which the implementation needs a synergy from many institutions and actors. This study will elaborate and analyze the challenges of infrastructure development, the policies that set up by government in order to solve the challenges and the impacts of current infrastructure development on Indonesia's economy. Key words: infrastructure, economic development, policy, PPP
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