Journal of Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Issues (Print ISSN: 1544-0036; Online ISSN: 1544-0044)

Abstract

Towards a New Village Development Paradigm in Lampung Province, Indonesia

Author(s): Hartoyo, Sindung Haryanto, Teuku Fahmi

The purpose of this paper is to systematically evaluate the implementation of the Village Law covering the input, process, output and outcome aspects, based on empirical study in Lampung province. In addition, it also determined the correlations among the input, process and output aspects and the changes in the Village Development Index after the implementation of the Village Law of 2014. This study is conducted in 4 regencies: Lampung Selatan, Pesawaran, Tanggamus and Lampung Tengah. The total sample was 40 villages. Data were collected using questionnaire and processed through SPSS Version 22. The productmoment correlation was used as the statistical test. Results indicated that, in general, Law No. 6 of 2014 on Villages was not yet fully implemented in accordance with the provisions of the law, either in the input, process, output and outcome aspects. Moreover, results also showed that only the participatory process variable was significantly related to development output. This paper argues that by looking at the relationships between Village Development Index (IPD) through three aspects of system approach: input, process and output and changes towards a new village development paradigm in Indonesia, there requires a long process to achieve it