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Hoping for social security in Indonesia

Dinna Wisnu, Ph.D

Direktur Paramadina Graduate School

Universitas Paramadina

 

The passing of the healthcare reform bill in the US, despite bitter partisanship at the elite and grassroot levels, generated admiration of the leadership of President Barack Obama.

With the delay of Obama’s visit to Indonesia, which was to ensure the passing of this very bill, there were murmurs of why can’t Indonesia do the same, i.e. take significant steps to secure healthcare or overall social protection for all citizens?

What’s wrong with Indonesia? A labor demonstration on April 5 reminded us that there is a civic desire for social protection. But why hasn’t it materialized into real social protection?





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Habits, Policies and Food Security in ASEAN: Rooms for India-ASEAN Strategic Partnership1

Dinna Wisnu, Ph.D
Co-founder & Director, Paramadina Graduate School of Diplomacy
Jakarta, Indonesia
dinnawisnu@gmail.com, dinna.wisnu@paramadina.ac.id
twitter: @dinnawisnu

Keywords: food security, ASEAN, habits, policies, farmers,  fishermen, business

1. Introduction
There are many reasons why the study on food security continues on for decades. One obvious reason is because there has not been  enough satisfactory output indicating systematic eradication of hunger  across the globe. Specifically for ASEAN, the figures on  poverty, and consequently the lack of access to food and nutrition,  are quite dire.

Just recently the ASEAN Secretariat adopts A  Framework Action Plan on Rural Development and Poverty  Eradication 2011-2015 which becomes a basis for various Senior  Officials Meetings (SOMs) in developing the ASEAN Economic  Community. The framework was made based on the data coming from IFAD and World Bank. IFAD in its Rural Poverty Report 2011  reports that 53% of the total population of nearly 600 millions in  Southeast Asia lives in poverty with less than US$2 a day while  around 18% of the total population lives in extreme poverty with less  than US$ 1.25 a day. 62% of this poverty is located in rural  areas. The ASEAN Secretariat is most concerned because the World  Bank also reports that Southeast Asia is second only to sub-Saharan Africain in the percentage of its people who live in poverty.





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Seni Jalanan Bagian Kekayaan Budaya yang Dinamis Sebagai Kebutuhan Ekspresi dari Orang-orang Terpinggirkan





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PERANCANGAN PERILAKU (BEHAVIOR) SISTEM PENGELOLAAN AKADEMIK DI UNIVERSITAS

PERANCANGAN PERILAKU (BEHAVIOR) SISTEM
PENGELOLAAN AKADEMIK DI UNIVERSITAS

Retno Hendrowati & Prima Naomi

Management Academic system in the University should be designed properly to produce valid information. The Design system covered system behavior design, process, and data. The plan method used is object oriented by using Unified Modeling System (UML) tools. UML can be used to shows variant of interaction variations and institutions status using a model as a system being executed.

This paper will discuss about behavior plan system in order to show the interaction between the user and the system as well as the access right of each user. This indication can be used to observing how effective, efficient, and the transparency of information system toward the users’ need.

The findings of this paper can be used at the level of owner, user, analyst, designer and programmer to observe the whole system dynamically.





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An Exploratory Study of Recognizing Social Marketing in Business Practices to Achieve Better Performance in Challenging Business Environment

Iin Mayasari
Lecturer in Management Program, Paramadina University, Indonesia
iin.mayasari@paramadina.ac.id or iin.mayasari@yahoo.com

The Address:
Management Program
University of Paramadina
T +62 21 7918 1188 # 140
F +62 21 799 3375
M +081328004587
Jakarta, Indonesia

Purpose of the Study : This exploratory study tried to link theoretical perspective of social marketing or social orientation with practices of business activities reporting. The reporting can be used as a starting  point for the development of benchmarking for business activities.  The study has three objectives namely 1) to study the motives of   implementing social marketing; 2) to understand the programs of  social marketing; and 3) to comprehend the dimensions of social orientation. Social orientation in social marketing emphasizes the  importance of organization activity on the well-being of consumers and society. It highlights that organization has put the long-term interest of consumers and society at large. It can widen an  organization’s attention from organizational short-term perspectives to address the well-being of consumers and society in the long-term.
Research Method:This study used field research consisting of in-depth interviews with managers in private sectors and state owned  enterprise. The interview was based on the aspects of social  orientation. The data was analyzed through the linking of social  orientation.
Findings: The social marketing has been applied by the for years.  hey have recognized the importance of social orientation. The urge and the demand of social orientation application have been  implemented. However, the implementation varied.
Originality/Value: The concept of social marketing has been  addressed by Kotler in 1972. Social marketing was articulated as the customer orientation backed by integrated marketing aimed at generating customer satisfaction and long-run consumer welfare. These aspects are included in social orientation or social marketing. This study tried to operationalize the concept of social orientation or social marketing.
Keyword: social orientation, social marketing, consumer well-being.





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Anticorruption campaign in a neo-patrimonial democracy

Ahmad Khoirul Umam

Dosen Tetap Program Studi Hubungan Internasional

Universitas Paramadina, Jakarta

Democracy is expected to be an effective instrument for fighting corruption because it supports citizens to demand accountability and transparency from governments.

Democracy also encourages accountability, independent judiciaries, political checking and balancing, freedom of the press and law  enforcement. The higher the level of democracy, the more effective  are democratic institutions in deterring corruption (Sandholtz and Kotzle, 2000; Blake, 2006).

But democracy does not guarantee the effective elimination of corruption. In the current Indonesian democracy, many democratic leaders represented by the elites of political parties are indeed
unfavorable to effective anticorruption.





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Pembatasan Subsidi BBM Kredibilitas Pemerintah

Wijayanto

Deputi Rektor Universitas Paramadina

dan Managing Director Paramadina Public Policy Institute

Rasa-rasanya, hampir semua jawaban mengarah pada keseimpulan betapa murahnya harga bensin di Indonesia.

Kesimpulan tersebut tidaklah salah. Studi oleh GIZ pada 2010 menunjukkan bahwa dari 170 negara yang disurvei, hanya ada 22 negara yang menerapkan kebijakan subsidi BBM.

Bahkan, mayoritas negara memberikan pajak atas bensin yang diperuntukkan bagi pembangunan dan pemeliharaan infrastruktur jalan raya. Dengan asumsi harga bensin Rp. 4.500 per liter, hanya ada 14 negara di dunia dengan harga bensin lebih murah daripada harga bensin di Indonesia.

 





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Perbedaan Resistance to Chance pada Dosen dan Staf Administrasi Universitas X di Jakarta

Ayu Dwi Nindyati dan Prima Naomi

Dosen Universitas Paramadina





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Assessment is Education





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