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Research in Public Policy Analysis and Management

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Chapter 9 Making Indonesia's budget decentralization work: The challenge of linking planning and budgeting at the local level


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Title:Chapter 9 Making Indonesia's budget decentralization work: The challenge of linking planning and budgeting at the local level
Author(s):Geoff Dixon, Danya Hakim
Volume:18 Editor(s): Clay Wescott, Bidhya Bowornwathana, Lawrence R. Jones ISBN: 978-1-84950-639-7 eISBN: 978-1-84950-640-3
Citation:Geoff Dixon, Danya Hakim (2009), Chapter 9 Making Indonesia's budget decentralization work: The challenge of linking planning and budgeting at the local level, in Clay Wescott, Bidhya Bowornwathana, Lawrence R. Jones (ed.) The Many Faces of Public Management Reform in the Asia-Pacific Region (Research in Public Policy Analysis and Management, Volume 18), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp.207-245
DOI:10.1108/S0732-1317(2009)0000018011 (Permanent URL)
Publisher:Emerald Group Publishing Limited
Article type:Chapter Item
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The focus of this chapter is on the extent to which the decentralization will achieve its goal of making Indonesian public spending more responsive to local preferences. There is a risk that the inflexible, input focused, budgeting at the center which originally prompted the decentralization is subsequently replicated at the local level by unresponsive local bureaucracies and rigid, input focused, budget preparation. This chapter is divided in two parts. Part A provides background by reviewing the surprisingly limited evidence (available from secondary sources) on the extent to which the decentralization is achieving more responsive public spending. Part B, the core of the chapter, reviews the link between local planning and budgeting in achieving greater responsiveness to local preferences, and the potential contribution of a draft regulation to integrate local planning and budgeting.


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