Competitiveness Analysis And Development Strategies For 33 Indonesian Provinces

Competitiveness Analysis And Development Strategies For 33 Indonesian Provinces

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Indonesia is on the cusp of transformative take-off, poised to become a major economic power not just in Asia, but also on the global-stage. This book is a pioneering attempt in comprehensively assessing all attributes, conditions and policies for 33 Indonesian provinces and Indonesia's trajectory as an emerging middle power. It contains papers and data-sets presented in July 2012, at ACI's signature Annual Conference. The information that was shared at the conference and presented in the book posit a future where tens of millions of Indonesians will be lifted out of poverty to become a self-sustaining middle-class, which will in turn drive the country into a global leadership role in the 21st century. It is a compelling value-added proposition for policy simulations enabling policy-makers to identify relative weaknesses, strengths, threats and opportunities of individual 33 provinces, guiding them to prioritise areas in crafting policies and development strategies.
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  • Hardback | 828 pages
  • 215.9 x 298.45 x 31.75mm | 1,905.09g
  • Singapore, Singapore
  • English
  • 9814504858
  • 9789814504850

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Indonesia is on the cusp of transformative take-off, poised to become a major economic power not just in Asia, but also on the global-stage. This book is a pioneering attempt in comprehensively assessing all attributes, conditions and policies for 33 Indonesian provinces and Indonesia's trajectory as an emerging middle power. It contains papers and data-sets presented in July 2012, at ACI's signature Annual Conference. The information that was shared at the conference and presented in the book posit a future where tens of millions of Indonesians will be lifted out of poverty to become a self-sustaining middle-class, which will in turn drive the country into a global leadership role in the 21st century. It is a compelling value-added proposition for policy simulations enabling policy-makers to identify relative weaknesses, strengths, threats and opportunities of individual 33 provinces, guiding them to prioritise areas in crafting policies and development strategies.
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Table of contents

Introduction; Aceh; Bali; Banten; Bengkulu; DI Yogyakarta; DKI Jakarta; Gorontalo; Jambi; Jawa Barat; Jawa Tengah; Jawa Timur; Kalimantan Barat; Kalimantan Selatan; Kalimantan Tengah; Kalimantan Timur; Kepulauan Bangka Belitung; Kepulauan Riau; Lampung; Maluku; Maluku Utara; Nusa Tenggara Barat; Nusa Tenggara Timur; Papua; Papua Barat; Riau; Sulawesi Barat; Sulawesi Selatan; Sulawesi Tengah; Sulawesi Tenggara; Sulawesi Utara; Sumatera Barat; Sumatera Selatan; Sumatera Utara; Appendices: List of Indicators; Computation of Rankings: The Algorithm.
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