The Indonesian Journal of Development Planning (Jurnal Perencanaan Pembangunan/JPP) is an international journal published by the Ministry of National Development Planning/National Development Planning Agency (Bappenasthat collaborates with the Indonesia Development Planners Association (Perkumpulan Perencana Pembangunan Indonesia/PPPI). The tagline is bridging knowledge to policy (bridging knowledge and science to make better government programs, regulations and other policies).

This journal originally was initiated by the Minister of Development Planning/Head of Bappenas - Professor Saleh Afif- with the name of Buletin Perencanaan Pembangunan/BPP (Bulletin of Development Planning) in 1990. Then in 1994, Minister Ginanjar Kartasasmita revived this bulletin under the name Majalah Perencanaan Pembangunan/MPP (Magazine of Development Planning ).

In the period of 2015-2017, the Ministers, Andrinof Chaniago, Sofyan Djalil, and Bambang S Brodjonegoro encouraged MPP to transform into an academics journal as one of government think tank tools. Then in the year 2017, the publication officially became Jurnal Perencanaan Pembangunan (The Indonesian Journal of Development Planning).

JPP presents papers which the subjects are as follows:

  • Macroeconomic policies: macroeconomic, fiscal, budget, finance, monetary, trade, industry, investment, international cooperation, and banking.
  • Regional and autonomy policies: regional autonomy, regional development, underdeveloped regions, border areas, rural and urban, transmigration, urban development, regional government capacity development, and inter-regional cooperation.
  • Infrastructure policies: energy, telecommunications, land transportation, sea transportation, air transportation, railways, water supply, housing and settlements, sanitation, drainages, and irrigations.
  • Natural resource and environmental policies: non-renewable natural resources, renewable natural resources, environment, forestry, agriculture, marine, fisheries, and nature.
  • Human resources policies: education, health, youth, sports, culture, science, and technology.
  • Law, politics, defense, and security policies: law, politics, defense, security, foreign policy, domestic policy, regulation, legislation, public administration,  and governance.
  • Policies for strategic issues: poverty alleviation, climate change, middle-income country trap, bonus demography, unemployment, labor, social security, and population.

JPP is an open media for academics, researchers, government officials, and policy practitioners who are interested in delivering research to policy, bridging knowledge to make better government programs and other policies. There is no charge for all processes.

JPP is periodically published three times a year which are in April, August and December of the respective year. JPP applies an open access policy and all articles published will be free for everyone to read and download.

 

Best regards,

Muhyiddin (Editor in Chief)
Senior Planner at Center for Policy Analysis
Ministry of National Development Planning/Bappenas

Vol. 5 No. 1 (2021): April 2021

Published: Apr 30, 2021

Airflow Study of A Closed Room in the Public Spaces and Mass Transportation for Healthy and Safe from The Transmission of Covid19

20-31 Bagus Endar Bachtiar Nurhandoko, Rio K. Martha, Kaswandhi Triyoso, Satryo A. Wibowo, Sri Widowati
97

Post Pandemic Indonesian Regional Development Planning, New Normal, New Orientation: The Case of West Java

32-50 Satya Laksana
371

Synchronization of Policies and Performance Achievements: Which Should Come First?

51-70 Umi Listyaningsih, Sukamdi, Sonyaruri Satiti Ruri, Reni Pebrianti
53

Analysis of Recent Erosion Hazard Levels and Conservation Policy Recommendations for Lesti Subwatershed, Upper Brantas Watershed

71-93 Andi Setyo Pambudi, Setyo Sarwanto Moersidik, Mahawan Karuniasa
296

Firms' Technological Capabilities toward the Introduction of Industry 4.0: The Case of Supplier Firms in the Indonesia Automotive Industries

94-105 Tri Wisnuasih Pratiwi
44

Indonesian’s Industrial Decission on Self-Generated Electricity

106-126 Adi Setiya Grahito
32

The Role of Parliament in Sustainable Development Goals: A Case Study of Southeast Asia in International Parliamentary Forums

127-143 Ratih Adiputri
57

The Impact Evaluation of the Authority Delegation from the District Mayor to the Department of Investment and One-Stop Service (OSS) on Economic Performance in Indonesia

144-159 Tini Partini Nuryawani
20
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