The Reinforcement of Village Institutions and Role Integration of Stakeholders in Developing Rural Creative Economy in Lhokseumawe City
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Adnan: Malikussaleh University, Indonesia
Aiyub: Malikussaleh University, Indonesia
Naufal Bachri: Malikussaleh University, Indonesia
Expert Journal of Economics, 2017, vol. 5, issue 1, 20-26
This research was conducted to identify the condition of village institutions, to design the reinforcement model of village institutions in Lhokseumawe city and to obtain a synergy role model of stakeholders in developing a creative economy in the rural area of Lhokseumawe city. The data used in this research was primary data and secondary data. The research methods were qualitative and quantitative. The results indicated that the conditions of village institutions in Lhokseumawe city were generally still weak, namely that village officials were still less educated and lack understanding of the new rules issued by the central government. The reinforcement model of village institutions in Lhokseumawe should be based on the reinforcement of village officials through training and empowering, programs which should be conducted by the government for society’s welfare through empowering the creative economy. The successful implementation of the creative economy should be supported by the synergy role of the Stakeholders. Lhokseumawe city is has a lot of potential for developing a creative economy because there are many resources with potential, such as natural and human resources that can be developed.
Keywords: Institutions; Integration; Creative Economy; Stakeholders; Rural Area (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: E20 O10 O53 R11 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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