IMPLEMENTATION OF THE POLICY ON THE MANAGEMENT OF INFORMAL SECTOR STREET VENDORS

Abd Rahman Babasa

Abstract


This study discusses the role of bureaucracy against the efforts of the management of informal sector especially for street vendors in the city of Makassar, the reality is still experiencing a dilemma. It can be known because of the commitment and the Government policy is not implemented Local Regulations as No. 10 of 1990 on the construction of Street Vendors in the city of Makassar.The results of this research focused on the structuring and arrangement of construction of street vendors, namely by involving various parties. Among other things, the Government, the community and the street itself. Implementation of the Government policy of Makassar city can be seen from the dimension of social, economic, and political (the role of the bureaucracy).

The policy model is the model of the application of good government, or better known as a model of effective communication between the Government and the public.


Keywords


Implementation of the policy of the informal sector may be determined by two factors; namely the Government and community participation; street vendors

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14724/jh.v3i2.35

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