Starting Condition Problems in Collaboration of Lampung Province Central Government Displacement Policy

Maulana Mukhlis, Mudiyati Rahmatunnisa, Neneng Yani Yuningsih


Starting condition is a key factor in determining the success of collaborative governance in policy implementation. Operationally, starting condition is determined by aspects of power/resource balance, trust between collaborators, various types of incentives to encourage participation, and previous history of cooperation experiences or conflict from related parties in collaboration. This research aims to provide description and confirmation concerning the extent of starting condition related to the termination of Lampung province central government displacement policy. It is descriptive research using the inductive approach. Methods of data collection used are interviews, observations, and library study. Data are being analyzed qualitatively through steps of data reduction, data presentation, and drawing conclusion. The research result shows that three out of four aspects of starting conditions are not considered in starting the collaboration process of Lampung province central government displacement policy. There are harms in the forms of imbalanced power/resource, not-wholeheartedly participations, and distrust between collaborators. A pseudo-collaboration as the implication of problems in the starting condition factors is finally confirmed to the failure of collaboration or policy implementation.


starting condition, collaborative governance, central government

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