Collaborative Governance in Tourism Development in Indonesia: Study of South Sumatera Province

Irene Camelyn Sinaga

Abstract


Tourism is a potential sector in the development of an area with very minimal risk of environmental damage, this makes tourism the leading sector in all regions, including the province of South Sumatra. In a normative and empirical process, tourism development needs to be done through collaborative management, this is because tourism has multidimensional characteristics. South Sumatra Province with the potential it has and is supported by Brand Sport Tourism, it turns out that the development process is still being carried out separately between all parties involved, this has made tourism development in South Sumatra Province still not optimal. This research uses Collaborative Governance theory proposed by Ansell & Gash which can be seen from 4 (four) dimensions, namely initial conditions, facilitative leadership, institutional design, and the collaboration process. The research approach used in this research is a qualitative approach with descriptive research type. The data analysis technique used is data reduction and conclusion drawing. The results of the study indicate that the ongoing tourism development process has not yet fully adopted collaborative governance. This is because trust has not been formed in each of the actors involved.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jpag.v11i3.18747

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