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Local Economic Development Manifesto: Policy Analysis on the Implementation of Village-Owned State Enterprises
Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Purwokerto, Indonesia
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Village-Owned State Enterprises have a very important role as a collective economic institution aimed at optimizing the welfare of the village community. In order to create professional Village-Owned State Enterprises management, it is important to create an active local community participation from the process of formulating, planning, to the implementation stage. Therefore it is very urgent to analyse the rules of Village-Owned State Enterprises, the existing and legal culture development of participatory community in Village-Owned State Enterprises. This paper is a Policy Analysis Exercise, a formative evaluation which aims to identify opportunities to maximize Village-Owned State Enterprises impacts by analyzing three elements of its strategic environment: public value, legitimacy and support, and operational capabilities. This research was conducted in Banyumas Regency, using sociological juridical research with qualitative research approach. The sociological juridical method used to produce policy analysis as well as to examine the legal culture that exists within society in responding to government policies and forms of participatory community legal development culture in the establishment of Village-Owned State Enterprises in Banyumas.
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