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The Integration of Value Engineering and Risk Management in Strategic Alliance Public Partnership

Indonesia has just entered the second mid-term development planning 2010-2014. Economy is projected to grow from 5.5 percent in 2010 to 7.7 percent in 2014. A continued push for the development of infrastructure is therefore crucial to support the economic growth and to sustain it during the next five years and beyond. It is widely agreed that only efficient, effective, reliable, and stable infrastructure system and networks that can sustain Indonesia’s rapid growth and increase its competitiveness in an increasingly global environment. Government spending on infrastructure has recently increased significantly. But efficiency and effectiveness of the expenditures are still low. To improve efficiency and effectiveness, government has been seeking private investors to build infrastructure through public-private partnership but so far has not been very successful. Since public spending for infrastructure tends to increase in the near future, it is necessary for Indonesia to find ways to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of its infrastructure project development and financing. Efficiency of both government expenditures and private investment  are believed to be improved when risk assessment can be assessed simultaneously with the creation of value management. 

This paper reviews studies and practical experiences about the integration of value engineering and risk management in Indonesia’s infrastructure development and financing through public-private partnership. The mainprinciples of the integration are then hypothetically applied to Selat Sunda Bridge project, a large scale forthcoming long-span bridge project connecting Jawa and

Sumatera islands. It is also assumed that given the nature of the project, SSB would apply a strategis alliance type of PPP scheme which can simplify the integration process. The result of this research is intended to be contributing to the body of knowledge in both PPP and Value Man- agement fields and in the best practice of modern project management where private involvement matters.


Penulis : HERAWATI ZETHA RAHMAN , Dr [PDF File] didownload : 35 x

The Economic Impact of International Tourism to Overcome the Unemployment and the Poverty in Indonesia

The tourism sector has an important role in the Indonesia economy for the income resources, to create a job and to decrease the poverty. The research objective is to evaluate the factors impact of tourism Indonesia economy and give the government policy to overcome unemployment and poverty. He statements of problem in this research is to answer the current problem in Indonesia to decrease the number of unemployment and poverty through in increasing the tourist sector. Using the econometric model, the relationship among of the variables will have impact to other variable as unemployment, poverty when is given shock to any variable in tourist sector. The result research (1) the increasing consumption price index 10% will increase inbound tourist of Singapore, Australia is followed the expenditure and other impact increasing the poverty and unemployment, cost of hajj. (2) the increasing of the exchange rate 10 % will increase inbound tourist of Malaysia, Japan but decrease from Singapore and Australia and other impact increasing of cost of hajj. (3) the decreasing of rupiah the exchange 10% will increase inbound tourist of Singapore, Australia is followed the expenditure and other impact decreasing the poverty and unemployment. The conclusion is the variables CPI and Exchange rate will give the impact to inbound-tourist, unemployment and poverty which is important for the government’s policy.

Penulis : DEVI ROZA K. KAUSAR, Ph.D. [PDF File] didownload : 104 x

Revitalising Tourism in the Heritage Land of Toraja: Planning as a Process

Toraja in South Sulawesi, Indonesia, is a tourist destination known for its ethnicity as the main attraction. It is located in the northern part of South Sulawesi Province, or about eight hours drive from the province capital, Makassar. The traditional houses of Toraja with their distinctive shape, the ancestral house known as Tongkonan, cliff hanging and stone-carved burial sites, and traditional ceremonies such as the death ritual, Rambu Solok, were considered interesting for the taste of ethnic tourists. International tourist arrival to Toraja reached its peak in the 1997 but plunged to a low number from 1998 to 2003 when a series of unfortunate situations ranging from economic crises, the fall of New Order regime, to safety issues hit Indonesian tourism sector. International tourist arrival to Toraja continued to fall from 2004 to 2009. In 2013, the number of tourist arrival finally picked up and the revitalization of tourism in Toraja is underway. Through the Indonesian Government Regulation Number 50 2011 on the National Master Plan for Tourism Development, the government has again designated Toraja as one of national strategic tourism areas to be prioritized in its tourism development plan. This paper will describe the tourism revitalization planning process that was undertaken from July 2014 to December 2014 involving teams of academics from various background, consultants, and local stakeholders, using data collection technics such as observations and site visits, market survey, and focus group discussions (FGD). Some of the objectives identified from this process include diversification of visitor attractions beyond traditional settlements – as expected by the emerging Asian tourists to Toraja; setting quality standards and improving ICT capacity among tourism service providers; and enhancing interpretations and visitor management systems within heritage sites.


KEYWORDS: Toraja, heritage, tourism planning, revitalization

Penulis : DEVI ROZA K. KAUSAR, Ph.D. [PDF File] didownload : 36 x



Volcanoes and/or its nearby areas have been major tourism attractions in Indonesia, such as the highland of Kaliurang in Yogyakarta that lies in proximity to one of the world’s most active volcanoes, Merapi Volcano; the town of Brastagi on the foot of Sinabung Volcano in North Sumatra; the still active Bromo Volcano in East Java and Tangkubanperahu Volcano in West Java. Most of these areas have high visitation, which presents challenges for area managers to consider these temporary visitors in the risk management strategies related to the potential hazards of the volcanoes and visitor safety. However, at the same time the high visitation also offers opportunities for the government to educate visitors and tourists about volcanoes and the need to protect natural resources in the volcanic environment, as well as volcano risk disaster mitigation through the interpretation facilities. This paper aims to to explore relations between related agencies in the management of tourism attraction located in volcanic environment and examine risk management strategies, in particular those related to ensuring visitors’ safety. This study also aims to explore the needs and opportunities to educate visitors and tourists about volcanoes, their significance and risks through interpretation facilities.

KEYWORDS: volcano tourism, interpretations, disaster mitigation, amenities 

Penulis : DEVI ROZA K. KAUSAR, Ph.D. [PDF File] didownload : 82 x

Towards A Framework For Disaster Risk Reduction In Indonesia’s Urban Tourism Industry Based On Spatial Information

Tourism is among the highest growing sectors in Indonesia, with international tourists’ arrival of 12 million in 2016 and tourism being the top five export earners for the country. Despite the positive growth, tourism is also a highly volatile industry, easily affected by safety, security and health issues, and natural disasters. Being one of the world’s most vulnerable countries to hazards, an approach to tourism disaster management is needed to help the affected tourists, tourism industry and communities whose livelihoods depend on tourism to cope with the disasters and its social amplifications.  This study which focuses on urban tourism, aims to identify possible tourism disasters in urban areas and develop an approach for disaster management planning which considers the risks in urban tourism, the disaster process, and how the interactions of information, organizations, and systems can be facilitated and mediated by spatial information in the event and aftermath of disasters. Tourism in urban settings is prone to specific problem such as the impact of land subsidence when the city has not been managed sustainably. In addition, urban tourism often relies on heritage buildings as its main attraction in which every hazard has to be anticipated so that irreversible change can be avoided. This study uses secondary data collection and media content analysis to identify possible disasters and the impact of disasters, and identifying available spatial information that can be utilized in disaster management planning. A framework of urban tourism crises and disaster management that is developed from this study will be discussed further with stakeholders through action research in future study.

Penulis : DEVI ROZA K. KAUSAR, Ph.D. [PDF File] didownload : 38 x

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