Manajemen konsolidasi tanah perdesaan untuk meningkatkan ekonomi keumatan di Kota Batam

Jurnal Riset Sains Manajemen

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Title Manajemen konsolidasi tanah perdesaan untuk meningkatkan ekonomi keumatan di Kota Batam
Manajemen konsolidasi tanah perdesaan untuk meningkatkan ekonomi keumatan di Kota Batam
 
Creator Idham, Idham
 
Description Purposes - The construction of the problems presented in this journal is relates to legal regulations relates to the construction of a legal political paradigm and rural land consolidation management to improve the economic prosperity in Batam City. The next problem is how to implement legal politics and management of rural land consolidation to improve economic prosperity in Batam City. While, the other problem is to analyze related to the constraints of the implementation of rural land consolidation to improve economic prosperity in Batam City. 
Methods - The methodology approach focuses on the type of normative law writing, and is supported by sociological (empirical) writing, and to analyze it using qualitative analysis. 
Findings - From the results of this journal, it turns out that the implementation of rural land consolidation in Batam City has not been carried out properly, so that the realization of efforts to improve the economic prosperity of rural communities in the Batam City area is too late and uneven. In this section the writer recommends that the implementation of rural land consolidation applies Jeremy Bentham's theory of Utilitarianism (happiness theory), and abolish the payment of the Authorized Annual Compulsory Money fees, this is intended to create a sense of happiness in the community.
Keywords - Paradigm of law and management politics, rural land consolidation, increasing economic prosperity. 
Purposes - The construction of the problems presented in this journal is relates to legal regulations relates to the construction of a legal political paradigm and rural land consolidation management to improve the economic prosperity in Batam City. The next problem is how to implement legal politics and management of rural land consolidation to improve economic prosperity in Batam City. While, the other problem is to analyze related to the constraints of the implementation of rural land consolidation to improve economic prosperity in Batam City. 
Methods - The methodology approach focuses on the type of normative law writing, and is supported by sociological (empirical) writing, and to analyze it using qualitative analysis. 
Findings - From the results of this journal, it turns out that the implementation of rural land consolidation in Batam City has not been carried out properly, so that the realization of efforts to improve the economic prosperity of rural communities in the Batam City area is too late and uneven. In this section the writer recommends that the implementation of rural land consolidation applies Jeremy Bentham's theory of Utilitarianism (happiness theory), and abolish the payment of the Authorized Annual Compulsory Money fees, this is intended to create a sense of happiness in the community.
Keywords - Paradigm of law and management politics, rural land consolidation, increasing economic prosperity. 
 
Publisher Lembaga Penelitian dan Penulisan Ilmiah AQLI
 
Date 2018-11-30
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://ejurnal.id/index.php/jsm/article/view/215
 
Source Jurnal Riset Sains Manajemen; Vol 2 No 4 (2018): JRSM6; 161-176
Jurnal Riset Sains Manajemen; Vol 2 No 4 (2018): JRSM6; 161-176
2597-4726
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://ejurnal.id/index.php/jsm/article/view/215/85
 

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