Strategy of Regional Development Policy Based on Potential Local toward Shifting Economic Structure of Bantaeng Regency

M. Said Saggaf

Abstract


Regional development policies based on local potential triggers a shift in the economic structure of Bantaeng South Sulawesi province. Shift in the structure of the economy is a rapid change in the economic structure as a policy strategy synergizing system of the various sectors in the regions that have an impact on employment, public services, and public participation. The question is what strategy is used to increase the effectiveness of regional development policies impact the shift in the economic structure Bantaeng?. The method used was descriptive qualitative analysis method. The research finding found six interrelated policy strategy to streamline the structure of the economic impact of shifting district.  These six strategies are (1) developing a system that is reliable and trustworthy service, (2) managing the system and working mechanism of the holistic autonomous regional government, (3) optimizing the use of information technology and the role of the business community and the public, (5) developing capacity human resources (HR) through increased e-literacy communities, and (6) implementing systematic development through realistic and measurable stages.  It can be concluded hypothetically that: If the policy of regional development based on local potential successfully triggers a shift of economic structure, it would require another six policy strategies system for effective regional development policy impact of the shift in the economic structure of the Bantaeng district.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/emsd.v2i2.4574

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