The Policy of Surabaya City Government About Informal Sector Empowerment

Suprijadi, Bambang (2014) The Policy of Surabaya City Government About Informal Sector Empowerment. Public Policy and Administration Research, 4 (6). pp. 43-51. ISSN 2224-5731

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Abstract

This research is to watch over the response of street vendors (PK5) and to describe to obstacles and factors in the implementation of the policy of Street Vendors (PK5) Empowerment. The point of this research is the implementation of Empowerment of informal sector street vendors (PK5). A study of Implementation of Regional Regulation (PERDA) No. Year 2003 about nurturing Street Vendors (PK5) in tambaksari District, Surabaya. This research is conducted by Dr. Bambang Suprijadi, M. Si. It is to empower informal sector – PK5 in Surabaya. Goverment has issued Regional Regulation (PERDA) No.19 year 1987. And it is actualized by the Surabaya mayor’s decision No. 03 year 1999, about the pattern of ordering and empowering street vendors (PK5) in Tambaksari District, Surabaya. Basically, this regulation covers not onlu for street vendors (PK5), but also for all citizens, so it can keep the security and beauty of city and people’s comfort. The existence of street vendors (PK5) contributes a lot of advantages for people such as : people can get a lot of things reasonable price, and the location of them are not far from people’s living. But in other side, street vendors (PK5) have made the city dirty, disordered and slum. And also, they have caused traffic jam because they do not care the need of street users.Because street vendors (PK5) are one of people’s power in economy, so government must protect, help and develop them. Finally, it is expected that this research can give government consideration to make policy for developing informal sector – street vendors (PK2). So it can lift the quality of street vendors (PK5) and increase the citizens economy and government’s income.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: J Political Science > JA Political science (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Social and Political Sciences
Depositing User: Sulimin BP3
Date Deposited: 14 Jun 2018 21:51
Last Modified: 14 Jun 2018 21:51
URI: http://erepository.uwks.ac.id/id/eprint/1152

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