The reclamation of Jakarta Bay is a hot issue which lately still becomes a public debate. This debate is heated by environmental issues, marginalization of certain groups, authority regulation as well as corruption in this reclamation project. Some central and provincial government institutions take different stances on the issue. The objective of this research is to describe stakeholder perception in Jakarta Bay Reclamation. This research uses a mix-method approach which is quantitative and qualitative. Data is obtained from in-depth interviews with stakeholders who are 3 experts from central government and 3 experts from the provincial government. Furthermore, the data analysis is conducted with AHP to find out the perception of stakeholders about the causes of the complexity of the Jakarta Bay reclamation conflict. The results of the analysis show that environmental damage issues are not the first concern for the stakeholder. Central government considers a conflict of Jakarta Reclamation is mainly caused by the existing laws and regulations (27.6%). In contrast, the provincial government considers the main cause of the Jakarta Bay reclamation conflict rests on the management authority of the Jakarta Bay reclamation (28.7%).
|Journal||Journal of Physics: Conference Series|
|Publication status||Published - 19 Dec 2019|
|Event||2nd International Conference on Advance and Scientific Innovation, ICASI 2019 - Medan, Indonesia|
Duration: 19 Jul 2019 → 20 Jul 2019