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Journal > Jurnal al-Muzara´ah > Analisa Perbandingan Model Birokrasi Indonesia: Model Modern David Osborne, Ted Gaebler dan Pendekatan Konsep Islam Perspektif Umer Chapra

 

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Jurnal al-Muzara´ah
Vol 1, No 1 (2013): Jurnal al-Muzara’ah
Analisa Perbandingan Model Birokrasi Indonesia: Model Modern David Osborne, Ted Gaebler dan Pendekatan Konsep Islam Perspektif Umer Chapra
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Published date:
02 Jul 2015
 
AbstractThe inefficiency of public service in Indonesia is one of the results of bad bureaucracy, so that the development system becomes stagnant. On the contrary, sustainable development is a reflection of a good bureaucracy. So far Indonesia is still ranked 100th out of 182 countries in the world for corruption. This paper aims to find out the bureaucratic model in Indonesia within the framework of modern bureaucratic model as well as Islamic Concept approach of Chapra’s perspectives. Using content analysis, the paper found that Indonesian bureaucracy model still embrace patrimonial concept that vulnerable to the practice of collusion, corruption and nepotism. While the modern model of Osborne and Gaebler Entrepreneurial Bureaucracy concept with the spirit of innovation and creativity has brought a good change and it is in line with Islamic model of Chapra’sperspective. Chapradescribes that the development of a country should be run simultaneously with the bureaucracy that promotes Islamic values, moral, and hard work. It is concluded that by applying this concept, bureaucracy in Indonesia will be more effective in removing socio-economic problem and will come up with more efficient and sustainable development dimensions.Keywords: Bureaucracy Model, Socio-economic diseases, Efficiency, Development.
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