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URBANISING INDONESIA: TRENDS AND CHALLENGES. ACHMAD NURMANDI DEP OF GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS AND ADMINISTRATION UNIVERSITAS MUHAMMADIYAH YOGYAKARTA. OUTLINE. INTRODUCTION CONCEPT DEFINITION URBANISATION OF INDONESIA IN FACT IMPACT OF GOV POLICY ON URBANISATION PATTERN OF URBANISATION

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URBANISING INDONESIA: TRENDS AND CHALLENGES

ACHMAD NURMANDI

DEP OF GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS AND ADMINISTRATION

UNIVERSITAS MUHAMMADIYAH YOGYAKARTA


OUTLINE

INTRODUCTION

CONCEPT DEFINITION

URBANISATION OF INDONESIA IN FACT

IMPACT OF GOV POLICY ON URBANISATION

PATTERN OF URBANISATION

NEW FINDINGS


Urbanisation

  • Definition:

  • urbanization can represent the level of urban relative to overall population, or it can represent the rate at which the urban proportion is increasing (wikipedia, org)

  • Component of urbanisation

  • a. Migration

  • B. Natural

  • C.Reclassificaton


Urbanising

a.  to make (a predominantly rural area or country) more industrialized and urban

b.  to cause the migration of an increasing proportion of (rural dwellers) into citiesurbanization , urbanisationn (www.freedictionary.com)


URBAN POPULATION (UP) AND JAKARTA POPULATION (JP) (BPS)


GOVERNMENT POLICY?a.to make ( a predominantly rural area or country) more industrialized and urbanb.  to cause the migration of an increasing proportion

Economic Policy

Infrastructure Development Policy


Growth of GRDP


Working population

(1%)

Long-run Equilibrium (Blane Dlewis, 2010)

2,8%

Economic Growth

Urban population

(1%)

0.2%

3%

Urban Primacy

(1%)


Working population

(1%)

Economic GrowthDinamics (Blane Dlewis, 2010)

0.2%

Economic Growth

Urban population

(1%)

0.7%

0.6%

Urban Primacy

(1%)


PROPORTION OF PDRB (SOURCE:SAKERNAS 2010)


MIGRATION TO JAKARTA(litbang Kompas:source Dinas Kependudukan dan Catatan Sipil DKI Jakarta)


Change of Economic Activity in Jabodetabek (Puteri Rosalina, 2011)


INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT


INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT POLICYRespondents evaluated the overall level of competence and quality of logistics services (e.g. transport operators, customs brokers), on a rating ranging from 1 (very low) to 5 (very high). Scores are averaged across all respondents.This page includes a historical data chart, news and forecats for Logistics performance index: Competence and quality of logistics services (1=low to 5=high) in Indonesia.


Indonesia Position

2010, logictic performance index of Indonesia at 75 rank amongts 155 countries, decrease from rank 43 in 2009. Singapura’rank is 2, China (13), Malaysia (29), Thailand (35), Filipina (44), dan Vietnam (53).


MORE THAN 80% OF MANUFACTURE INDUSTRY LOCATED IN JAVA AND 13% IN AND 7% IN OTHER ISLAND

OUTER JAVA EXPORT PRIMARY PRODUCT TO JAVA ISLAND AND IMPORT SECONDARY PRODUCT FROM JAVA ISLAND

PRODUCTION PROCESS IN OUTER JAVA DEPEND ON INPUT FROM JAVA ISLAND

SPILLOVER EEFECT OF OUTER JAVA ECONOMY ON JAVA ECONOMY IS HIGHER THAN OUTER JAVA ECONOMY EFFECT ON JAVA ISLAND

(Winda, UNAS,2011)


EXPLANATORY MODEL URBANISATION IN INDONESIA


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