Vol 2, No 1 (2018)

Journal of Regional and Rural Development Planning

The largest tropic country in the world, Indonesia is developing and transforming
towards a middle-income country. This transformation is occurring at rural areas in
Indonesia as well. Relatively stabile economic growth with moderate to high acceleration
since early 2000s has increased people’s welfare on one side but has been accompanied with
problems, such as environmental degradation, disasters, agrarian conflict, inequality of
development, shift of consumption patterns and efforts to discover new growth sources at
rural areas and regions. This edition of JP2WD pictures the problems mentioned, which is
presented in 7 articles written diversely by academicians and technocrats from various
institutions across Indonesia.

Full Preface:

Preface - Issues and Sustainable Transformation Strategies of Rural Areas and Regions
in Tropical Countries

Kata Pengantar - Isu dan Strategi Transformasi Berkelanjutan Kawasan Perdesaan dan Wilayah di Negara Kepulauan Tropika

Table of Contents

Articles

Ilham Marasabessy, Achmad Fahrudin, Zulhamsyah Imran, Syamsul B. Agus
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11-22
Fahri Setiawan
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23-33
Baiq Harly Widayanti, Ardi Yuniarman, Febrita Susanti
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34-44
Yoppie Christian, Desmiwati Desmiwati
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45-63
Nurul Wahdaniyah, Jufriadi Jufriadi, Fadhil Surur
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64-73
Ninik Wahyuning Tyas, Maya Damayanti
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74-89
Muhammad Rizky Septian
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90-103