MANAJEMEN PEMBANGUNAN

(WELFARE STATE TARGETS VS CORRUPTION
PHENOMENON)
R A JA A B U M A N S H U R M AT R I D I
WELFARE STATE CONCEPT
STANDART OF LIVING
Income
Quality and availability of employment
Class disparity
Poverty rate
Qualit...
CONT...

If you go for quality of life first, you will ultimately enjoy a
higher standard of living, but if you go for and...
QUALITY OF LIFE INDEX
Purchasing Power Index
Safety Index
Health Care Index
Consumer Price Index
Property Price to Income ...
QUALITY OF LIFE MAP
INDONESIA INC.
Multi-Sinergy
Government sector and Company sector
(both of National Private or SOE’s)

accelerate developm...
Syarat Utama Ind. Inc
Sayidiman Suryohadiprojo, 2012
Masyarakat Jepang berlaku sikap hidup atas dasar
solidaritas Kelompok...
HDI (UNDP, 2013)
HDI (UNDP, 2013)
CPI in The World
CORRUPTION PHENOMENON
What was the most common reason
for paying the bribe(s)?
Averages across the 107 countries included
in the index. % of res...
FHENOMENON OF INDONESIA
INDONESIA was among the worst performers in the
Asia-Pacific region.
89 per cent of respondents sa...
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Manajemen Pembangunan (Welfare state target vs corruption phenomenon)

  1. 1. MANAJEMEN PEMBANGUNAN (WELFARE STATE TARGETS VS CORRUPTION PHENOMENON) R A JA A B U M A N S H U R M AT R I D I
  2. 2. WELFARE STATE CONCEPT STANDART OF LIVING Income Quality and availability of employment Class disparity Poverty rate Quality and affordability of housing hours of work required to purchase necessities Gross domestic product (GDP) Inflation rate Number of paid vacation days per year Affordable access to quality health care Quality and availability of education Life expectancy Incidence of disease Cost of goods and services Infrastructure National economic growth Economic and political stability Political and religious freedom environmental quality Climate Safety QUALITY OF LIFE Freedom from slavery and torture Equal protection of the law Freedom from discrimination Freedom of movement Freedom of residence within one's home country Presumption of innocence unless proved guilty Right to marry Right to have a family Right to be treated equally without regard to gender, race, language, religion, political beliefs, nationality, socioeconomic status and more Right to privacy Freedom of thought Freedom of religion Free choice of employment Right to fair pay Equal pay for equal work Right to vote Right to rest and leisure Right to education Right to human dignity Amy Fontinelle, 2011
  3. 3. CONT... If you go for quality of life first, you will ultimately enjoy a higher standard of living, but if you go for and concentrate on standard of living first, there is no guarantee that your quality of life will improve. (Ziglar, 2013) What Standard of Living and Quality of Life is
  4. 4. QUALITY OF LIFE INDEX Purchasing Power Index Safety Index Health Care Index Consumer Price Index Property Price to Income Ratio Traffic Commute Time Index Pollution Index 27.50 51.42 58.33 38.96 19.82 41.38 78.69 Quality of Life Index: 13.42 NUMBEO, 2013
  5. 5. QUALITY OF LIFE MAP
  6. 6. INDONESIA INC. Multi-Sinergy Government sector and Company sector (both of National Private or SOE’s) accelerate development in various sector and economic especially for infrustructure trhought MP3EI (Masterplan Percepatan dan Perluasan Pembangunan Ekonomi Indonesia Reducing of sectoral egoism
  7. 7. Syarat Utama Ind. Inc Sayidiman Suryohadiprojo, 2012 Masyarakat Jepang berlaku sikap hidup atas dasar solidaritas Kelompok Kelompok bersaing dengan kelompok lain tapi pada saat yang sama bergabung menjadi kelompok lebih besar. (Ichiban atau number one) tetapi mereka akan bersatu dalam kelompok jepang utk menjadi number one di dunia internasional
  8. 8. HDI (UNDP, 2013)
  9. 9. HDI (UNDP, 2013)
  10. 10. CPI in The World
  11. 11. CORRUPTION PHENOMENON
  12. 12. What was the most common reason for paying the bribe(s)? Averages across the 107 countries included in the index. % of responses
  13. 13. FHENOMENON OF INDONESIA INDONESIA was among the worst performers in the Asia-Pacific region. 89 per cent of respondents said they thought the parliament was affected by corruption, 91 per cent said the police were affected. 75 per cent of respondents said they, or someone in their household, had paid a bribe to the police in the last 12 months.
  14. 14. MANAJEMEN PEMBANGUNAN Thank you

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