JONES Thomas E.
Department College of Asia Pacific Studies Position Associate Professor
|Type||Research paper (Academic/Professional Journal)|
|Peer Review||Peer reviewed|
|Title||Evaluating Good Governance in Preserved Forests: a Comparison Between Community-based and State-based Forest Management in South Sumatera|
|Contribution Type||Joint Work|
|Journal||Jurnal Ilmiah Administrasi Publik (JIAP)|
|Volume, Issue, Page||4(3),pp.194-200|
|Author and coauthor||Wahyu Pamungkas, M.R. Khairul Muluk, Siti Rochmah|
|Details||In Indonesia, the existence of preserved forest is threatened by the high rate of deforestation associated with poor quality of governance. This study aims to evaluate the applying of good governance principles in preserved forest at South Sumatera and its effect on deforestation. This study is a qualitative research. Good|
governance principles refer to Lockwood (2009) which consists of seven principles. This study reveals that SBFM is better than CBFM in applying good
governance principles by earning the higher appraisal results compared to CBFM for all principles. Furthermore, applying good governance principles did not lead directly to lower deforestation rate.