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Kawasan WaterFront: Pemanfataan Keindahan Alam untuk Kenyamanan Masyarakat

Saat ini sangat dirasakan bahwa kota-kota besar di Indonesia belum memiliki wahan publik yang memadai. Salah satu kawasan kota yang dapat dijadikan tempat bagi masyarakat berinteraksi adalah kawasan tepi pantai/waterfront. Namun, kawasan ini belum dimanfaatkan secara tepat dan terpadu.
Karena dekat dengan pusat kegiatan perkotaan, kawasan tepi sungai umumnya sangat padat penduduk pendatang dan menjadi kawasan kumuh. Keberadaan perumahan liar dan pemanfatan sungai untuk keperluan sehari-hari mengakibatkan tingginya persoalan perkotaan seperti sampah, air kotor dan persoalan kesehatan lainnya. Dengan kondisi tersebut, kawasan tepi sungai menjadi kumuh dan aliran sungai menjadi tidak lancar. Hal ini menjadi salah satu penyebab banjir tahunan di Jakarta. Read more here…

IS INDONESIA READY TO DEVELOP A FREE TRADE ZONE?

As globalization reached the developing countries, including Indonesia, the only way to experience economic growth is to maintain economic competitiveness. One of the most popular geographic economy development concept is the growth centers, introduce by Perroux in the 1950s (Gore, 1984), which now has been customizing with several economic oriented regulations and privileges, known as a free trade zones (FTZ). This concept is believed to boost the economy and increase demand of workers. This short article tries to illustrate how this growth centre based concept practice in the real world. FTZ examples are Batam (Indonesia), Tanjung Pelepas (Malaysia), Subic (The Philipines), Shenzhen (China), and many more in the world. Read more here…

A COMPARISON STUDY ON FREE TRADE ZONE: DEVELOPMENT THROUGH SPATIAL ECONOMY CONCENTRATION ~ Abstract

In this globalization era, rich countries are getting richer and poor country getting poorer each year. Why only rich countries has higher turnover? With its limitation in resources, how could a second class country could compete?
Economy Geographic tries to answer with theories on agglomeration (concentration of economy activities). The economic analysis of agglomeration was based on Marshall, who identified three reasons for concentrations, which are pool market for workers and firms, specialize supplier and knowledge/technological spillovers. As a form of agglomeration, Free Trade Zone is established with infrastructure and privilege by the Federal Government to draw agglomeration. The areas usually are areas that have a good access to the production centre as well as to the market and predicted to grow rapidly with a Growth Centre position
This article tries to illustrate how this growth centre based concept practice in the real world. The comparison will be between three establish Free Trade Zone which are Batam (Indonesia), Subic (Philippines), and Shenzhen (People Republic of China). The comparison will be divided cause-effect list which are Competitive Factors and Performance Indicator Lists.
The comparison shows that Free Trade Zone will be more beneficial if it is supported with special privileges (tax holiday, special policy regime, etc). Moreover, alike with agglomeration, intermediate and final producer that has already located in the Free Trade Zone, will attracted more industries to the zone (self sustain). Lastly, there would be knowledge and skill transfer from the foreign company expertise to local workers. Overall, with additional statistical analysis, it is argued that Agglomeration through Free Trade Zone and additional policies will impact significantly on Developing countries like Indonesia

This paper was submited and presented at ISSM 2008 in Delft, The Netherlands, May 13th 2008

Perkembangan ekonomi regional Indonesia 1995-2005

Membahas sedikit tentang penelitian yang sedang dilakukan, saya mencoba menggambarkan secara sederhana perkembangan PDRB/kapita antara tahun 1995-2005 di 26 propinsi di Indonesia. Berdasarkan analysis dinamis yang dikembangkan oleh Quah (1993, 1996), analisis ini menjelaskan posisi masing2 (disebut State) propinsi berdasarkan tingkat PDRB/kapita. Read more here…

New Mapping Technology

As time goes by, technology had developed very rapidly. Not only in programming and technical side, the advance of technology had also touch the application field such as medicine, statistical, even geography. This, however, had changed the way of surveying and analyzing than in past Read more here…

Perkembangan Ilmu Perencanaan Kota

Perkembangan konsep perencanaan wilayah dan kota terbagi pada beberapa periode yang berbeda pada tiap negara. Berikut adalah pembagian berdasarkan periode dengan perbedaan yang sangat signifikan secara umum

a) Konsep Pengembangan Kota Tahun 1800 – 1945
Pada abad 18 terjadi industrialisasi di Eropa Barat dan Amerika Serikat. Dampak buruk industrialisasi telah mengakibatkan warga Eropa Barat dan Amerika Serikat untuk peduli dengan lingkungan binaan. Beberapa perancang kota terutama dengan latar belakang arsitektur menciptakan konsep-konsep utopis (ideal, angan-angan). Read more here…

First post

Right!! my first post

Actually I already have several blogs, however I just realized a couple days ago that I really need one blog where I can put my thoughts and academic opinions in one fancy blog

So, this it, my (hopefully) professional blog.


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