Management of Mining In Indonesia: Decentralization and Corruption Eradication

Jazim Hamidi


This paper examines the management of mining in Indonesia from the aspect of decentralization of authority and corruption eradication in the mining sector. This study found that mining management paradigm refers to the concept of limited decentralization of authority. A number of mining legislation can not be applied consistently because of legal, economic and environmental problems which occur at the level of central government, regional government and the surroundings area of mining. The main problem which is now being uncovered is corruption in mining sector. Another striking issue is mal-administration in mining management accountability that may affect decreasing number of clients and Good Governance (the perspective of administrative law and constitutional law). This study successfully prepares a number of recommendations as a strategic step in eradicating corruption in that sector.

Keywords : Mining Management, Decentralization, Corruption Eradication

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