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Roseno Aji Affandi

Bio: Roseno Aji Affandi is an academic researcher from Binus University. The author has contributed to research in topics: Sustainable development & Business. The author has an hindex of 1, co-authored 4 publications receiving 4 citations.

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TL;DR: In this paper, the authors argue that the notion of social capital and value chain management can be used by local leaders to socialize the importance of SDGs at the village level, thus, these two concepts eventually enhance the implementation of sustainable economic activities at the local level.
Abstract: Since the publication of the 2030 blueprint, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have been promoted as a global project. Many steps have been taken; however, until now, the achievement remains limited. This is due to the low understanding of SDGs from stakeholders at the local level, such as the village. This study examines how we can develop SDG awareness and implementation in the village level. This article argues that we need to look at two essential factors namely the notion of social capital and value chain management in order to fulfill SDGs at the local level. Arguably, social capital can be mobilized by the local leaders to socialize the importance of SDGs at the village level. Second, value chain management enables local leaders to manage sustainable economic activities at the village level. Hence, these two concepts eventually enhance the implementation of SDGs at the village level. This argument will be illustrated in the case of three tourism village development areas in Yogyakarta namely, Pentingsari in Sleman, Mangunan in Bantul, and Bleberan in Gunungkidul.

7 citations

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01 Mar 2018
TL;DR: In this paper, the authors examined how to create a sustainable city by enhancing social capital from both macro and micro analyses, and the combination of analysis offers deeper understanding both from decision makers at city level and individuals, groups and society.
Abstract: Scholars have been discussing social capital since the last two decades. They analyzed from various perspectives such as sociology, education, political participation, strengthening democratic values and economic empowerment of the society. However, study related to the implementation that benefits directly to the society is needed. This study examines how to create a sustainable city by enhancing social capital from both macro and micro analyses. This combination of analysis offers deeper understanding both from decision makers at city level and individuals, groups and society. We will conduct qualitative approach mainly by interviews and direct observation to collect the data. also, we also analyze publicly available data. Finally, this study contributes to new understanding in creating a sustainable city, not only about the environment and physical aspects, but also about ensuring political economic, democratic values, and social welfare.

1 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper , the authors analyze the trajectory of the issues and topics identified utilizing structured research of studies in scientific databases and derive discussion on its future topics by looking at the links between state-market-society.
Abstract: International political economy debates in Southeast Asia have expanded in the last decades from the perspectives of development theories in conjunction with the structure of states relations to the links between state-market-society. The article explores the studies of Southeast Asia’s political economy that has stimulated the debate over the past years and its future trends. It intends to analyse the trajectory of the issues and topics identified utilizing structured research of studies in scientific databases and derive discussion on its future topics by looking at the links between state-market-society. The existing topics related to issues of the political economy of Southeast Asia are grouped into themes related to development financing from traditional and emerging donors, State-Owned Enterprises, and regional integration. In addition, it captures the topics based on the trend that are proposed and emerged within the policy discussion and academic forums. The initiated issues are climate change and environment, the importance of sub-regional in ASEAN integration, and digitalisation and technological advancement.

1 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper , a comparative analysis of SOE reform in both countries during the period of 2010-2020, with a view of examining governance and financial management changes as consequences and products of reform.
Abstract: Numerous research has pointed to the significant roles of State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs) in driving economic growth in Asia, particularly in the 1980s. Such enterprises have immensely benefited from both state support and legal and natural monopolies, often at the expense of crowding out private sector growth and investment. The 1997-1998 Asian Financial Crisis, however, have exposed many countries to the fact that it can no longer rely solely on SOEs. There has been pressure to reform its SOEs, to improve its competitiveness or even privatize. SOE Reform in China and Indonesia provide interesting case studies, considering their dominance in key sectors, and extent and scope of state influence. SOEs in both countries remain obliged, to this day, to deliver political and social objectives while expected to generate profits. This paper, therefore, aims at performing a comparative analysis of SOE reform in both countries during the period of 2010-2020, with a view of examining governance and financial management changes as consequences and products of reform. Questions to be answered in this paper include: 1) what considerations for reform are; 2) how SOE governance change as consequence of reform; and 3) extent of financial management and operational changes that SOEs experience.

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06 Nov 2014

48 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper , the authors analyze the trajectory of the issues and topics identified utilizing structured research of studies in scientific databases and derive discussion on its future topics by looking at the links between state-market-society.
Abstract: International political economy debates in Southeast Asia have expanded in the last decades from the perspectives of development theories in conjunction with the structure of states relations to the links between state-market-society. The article explores the studies of Southeast Asia’s political economy that has stimulated the debate over the past years and its future trends. It intends to analyse the trajectory of the issues and topics identified utilizing structured research of studies in scientific databases and derive discussion on its future topics by looking at the links between state-market-society. The existing topics related to issues of the political economy of Southeast Asia are grouped into themes related to development financing from traditional and emerging donors, State-Owned Enterprises, and regional integration. In addition, it captures the topics based on the trend that are proposed and emerged within the policy discussion and academic forums. The initiated issues are climate change and environment, the importance of sub-regional in ASEAN integration, and digitalisation and technological advancement.

1 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, the authors focused on the mechanisms of tourism management that work toward achieving the sustainable development goals (SDGs) by employing tourism as a tool, and the Phulomlo of Thailand was selected as a case study.
Abstract: Sustainable tourism has been a mainstream issue of concern, with the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development released in 2015. This agenda acknowledged 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) that contain a blueprint of urgent action for peace and prosperity for the people and the planet. This paper focuses on the mechanisms of tourism management that work toward achieving the SDGs. There are two mechanisms, a supportive mechanism and an operational mechanism, that address the question of how to achieve the SDGs by employing tourism as a tool, the Phulomlo of Thailand was selected as a case study. Data were collected from local stakeholders through semi-structured interviews, focus group discussions, and documentation. The results show that there is a concrete operational mechanismat the local level. However, to attain growth toward sustainability, more thorough promotion of supportive mechanisms should be considered, with a more explicit strategy to facilitate improvement in achieving the SDGs in all areas connected to Phulomlo. Suggestions to enhance the achievement of SDGs in the case of Phulomlo and the connected areas are proposed, as it is important to formulate a practical strategy to accomplish the SDGs via the local network. Furthermore, additional features comprising of consistency in practice, coherence of policies at the national and local level, and collaboration among tourism stakeholders should also be considered.

1 citations