The Role of Street-Level Bureaucrats in Implementing Renewable Energy Policy in Indonesia
J. Bus. Econ. Review 2 (4) 25 – 32 (2017)
8 Pages Posted: 6 Mar 2018
Date Written: December 26, 2017
Objective – This empirical paper aims to describe what action the Government of Indonesia is taking to provide alternative energy sources, such as solar cells, biomass, wind energy, ocean energy, and other renewable energy (RE) sources.
Methodology/Technique – The method of analysis used in this study consists of an individual factor, a contextual factor, an external factor, an organizational factor, and a political factor.
Findings – The results show that the role of street level bureaucrats in implementing RE policy in Indonesia is influenced by legal regulation and specific values in internal organizations, created by themselves.
Novelty – The study highlights that street-level bureaucrats in Dirjen-EBTKE have a discretion when introducing and implementing new RE programs. The paper involves qualitative research by providing descriptive data through a case study.
Type of Paper: Empirical.
Keywords: Role, Street-Level Bureaucrats, Renewable Energy, Policy, Indonesia
JEL Classification: P40, P48, P59
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