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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 article , the impact of MNC's business processes on points 3, 6, and 13 of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is analyzed. But the focus in this research is MNC PT.XYZ who is engaged in oil palm plantations in Related Regency, West Kalimantan, who is involved in forest and land fires.
Abstract: This study aims to analyze the impact of MNC's business processes on points 3, 6, and 13 of the Sustainable Development Goals, where the SDGs are a global action plan for people, planet, and well-being, where world leaders including Indonesia have agreed with it. The focus in this research is MNC PT.XYZ, who is engaged in oil palm plantations in Related Regency, West Kalimantan, who is involved in forest and land fires, either intentionally for clearing new land, or unintentionally as a result of the company's negligence that did not pay attention to land conditions, especially during the dry season. This study uses a qualitative descriptive research method. The data used in this research is primary data through interviews and secondary data through books, scientific journals, and news. Through this research, it can be seen that the business process of PT.XYZ has an impact on point 3 SDGs namely public health, point 6 SDGs namely clean water, and point 13 SDGs namely climate change based on cases of forest and land fires in Related Regency West Kalimantan.
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TL;DR: In this article , a case study in T. I. Village, Yogyakarta was conducted with a qualitative approach to analyze the CSR program of "Kampung Berseri A.
Abstract: In achieving business success, business actors such as multinational corporations need to pay attention to the company's concern and respect for the environment around business activities through a program that is called Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). CSR programs come in many forms, one of them being sustainable development. This study aims to analyze the CSR program of “Kampung Berseri A.”, which PT. A. I. runs in supporting the 4th Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Quality Education. This research takes a case study in T. Village, Yogyakarta. This research was conducted with a qualitative approach. The data used in this study are primary data from interviews with village communities and secondary data from sustainability reports belonging to PT. A. I. Through this research, it is found that PT. A. I. has managed to contribute toward the accomplishment of the fourth goal of the SDGs in T. Village in 2020 through the impact its “Kampung Berseri A.” program brings toward the development of education in the village that can be seen in several forms such as new and improved infrastructures and scholarships.
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01 Apr 2021
TL;DR: In this paper, the authors examined the evolution of policy toward peasant and agricultural sector in Indonesia from 1960s, and argued that the lack of peasants' accessibility of land ownership, government reluctance to revitalize agricultural sector, as well as the failed land reform agenda have contributed toward massive poverty in Indonesian agricultural sector.
Abstract: The most important characteristic of poverty in Indonesia is the prevalence of poverty in the agricultural sector. What is the main root of poverty in the agricultural sector in Indonesia? By analyzing the historical account of agrarian reform, the paper examined the evolution of policy toward peasant and agricultural sector in Indonesia from 1960s. It argued that the lack of peasants' accessibility of land ownership, government reluctance to revitalize agricultural sector, as well as the failed land reform agenda have contributed toward massive poverty in Indonesian agricultural sector. The paper provided further analysis of current Indonesian policy toward agricultural sector.

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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