Measuring Good Governance for Better Government

Mursyidah, Lailul and Abadi, Totok Wahyu (2017) Measuring Good Governance for Better Government. Proceeding International Conference on Intellectuals' Global Responsibility, 125. pp. 294-296.

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Abstract

Good governance is the principle used in the management of government organizations as a way to improve the quality of development in the region. This research aims to analyze the index of good governance in Sidoarjo. This research is a descriptive-quantitative study that took 625 respondents who are residents of Sidoarjo as a sample. The data are collected through distributing questionnaires. The data collected is analyzed using good governance index analysis. The results showed that Good Governance Index of Sidoarjo in 2016 amounted to 65.35, it means that the implementation of good governance in Sidoarjo is good. The highest good governance principle index is the rule of law principle amounted to 66.83, while the lowest good governance principle index is the responsiveness principle amounted to 62.91. Local government policy in providing legal certainty and guarantee to the community in various fields (eg. service) is the indicator with the highest index, whereas the community knowledge about the mechanism and procedure of complaint submission to the local government is the indicator with the lowest index. Keywords—good governance index; local government

Item Type: Article
Subjects: H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Social and Political Science > School of Communication Science
Depositing User: Totok Wahyu Abadi
Date Deposited: 10 Sep 2021 04:00
Last Modified: 10 Sep 2021 04:00
URI: http://eprints.umsida.ac.id/id/eprint/8740

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