Research Paper | Social Science | Indonesia | Volume 8 Issue 6, June 2019
Nickel Mining Policy Model Post Reform in Indonesia
Abstract: The nickel mining policy has not yet prospered, there have been conflicts, land speculation, imbalanced negotiations, environmental destruction, and licensing that is a requirement for corruption. This research explains and analyzes: 1) Direction of nickel mining policy reform; 2) The model of nickel mining policy post-reform. The study used a qualitative approach, literature review, policy review, secondary data collection, interviews with resource persons and analyzed it descriptively. Conclusions: 1) Reform of nickel mining policies is directed at increasing added value, competitiveness, legal certainty, justice, participation, transparency, accountability, sustainability and environmental insight to increase the income of the people, regions and countries, and create jobs; 2) The model of nickel mining policy after the reformation applied a rational approach, it can be seen from the principles and objectives of nickel mine management that it is clearer, referring to all aspects, considering profit and loss, paying attention to the potential for the benefit of the State and society; The nickel mining policy as a cycle, starting from formulation, implementation and evaluation is characteristic of the incremental model. The role of government institutions, the private sector and the public in advocating post-reform mining policies as a feature of the institutional model in the implementation of public policy.
Keywords: Reform, Policy Model, Nickel Mine
Edition: Volume 8 Issue 6, June 2019,
Pages: 1024 - 1036
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Jamal Bake, Nurwati, Abdul Kadir, La Ode Mustafa Rufini, "Nickel Mining Policy Model Post Reform in Indonesia", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), Volume 8 Issue 6, June 2019, pp. 1024-1036, https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=ART20198452
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