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THREE YEARS OF FISCAL DECENTRALIZATION IN INDONESIA : ITS IMPACTS ON REGIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ... - page 13 / 21

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Asanuma, Shinji, and Bambang Brodjonegoro (2003),”Indonesia’s Decentralization Policy : Origins, Issues, and Prospects”, presented at the International Symposium on Indonesia’s Decentralization Policy : Problems and Policy Directions, Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo. Brodjonegoro, Bambang (2002), ‘Fiscal Decentralization in Indonesia’, in Hadi Susastro,

Anthony L Smith, and Han Mui Ling (eds), Governance in Indonesia: Challenges Facing the Megawati Presidency. Singapore: The Institute of Southeast Asian Sudies.

Brodjonegoro, Bambang (2003),“Decentralization and Business”, presented at the Indonesian Update, Research School of Asian Pacific Studies, Australian National University, Canberra.

Brodjonegoro, Bambang (2003),“Decentralization and Urbanization in Indonesia : The Concept of Metropolitan Area”, presented at the Asian Development Conference, Kitakyushu, Japan.

Brodjonegoro, Bambang and Jorge Martinez (2002),“An Analysis of Indonesia’s Transfer System : Recent Performance and Future Prospects”, presented at The Andrew Young School of Policy Studies sponsored conference on “Can Decentralization Help Rebuild Indonesia ?”, Georgia State University, Atlanta.

Brodjonegoro, Bambang and Shinji Asanuma (2000), ‘The Regional Autonomy and Fiscal Decentralization in Democratic Indonesia’, Hitotsubashi Journal of Economics, Vol. 41 No.2, pp.111-122. Ford, J. Fitz G, and Bambang Brodjonegoro (2004), ‘Inter-Governmental Fiscal Relations and State Building: The Case of Indonesia’, in R.M. Bird (ed.), Asymmetric Fiscal Decentralization: Glue or Solvent? World Bank, Washington DC, forthcoming

KPPOD (2003), “Regional Investment Attractiveness: Business Perception”, Jakarta: Komite Pemantauan Pelaksanaan Otonomi Daerah (KPPOD) and Asia Foundation.

Mahi, Raksaka, and Bambang Brodjonegoro (2003),”The Indonesian Political Economy of Decentralization”, presented at the International Symposium on Indonesia’s Decentralization Policy : Problems and Policy Directions, Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo.

Matsui, Kazuhisa, and Mudrajad Kuncoro (2003),”The Role of Local Governments in Indonesia : A Survey of Recent Development”, presented at the International Symposium on Indonesia’s Decentralization Policy : Problems and Policy Directions, Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo.

Sato, Motohiro, Bambang Brodjonegoro, and Hamid Paddu (2003),”Intergovernmental Transfer and Tax Sharing in Indonesia : Theories, Practices, and Political Recommendation”, presented at the International Symposium on Indonesia’s Decentralization Policy : Problems and Policy Directions, Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo.

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