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Vol 18, No 10 ( 2023 )   |  DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.10070871   |   Author Affiliation: Doctoral Law Program, Diponegoro University, Jl. Prof. Soedarto, SH., Tembalang, Semarang 1; Lecturer in Doctor Law Program, Faculty of Law, Diponegoro University, Jl. Prof. Soedarto, SH., Tembalang, Semarang 2,3.   |   Licensing: CC 4.0   |   Pg no: 1606-1619   |   Published on: 27-10-2023


Andri Ananta Yudhishthira. 2023. Dissertation of Doctor of Law Program, Diponegoro University Semarang. Reformulation of Legal Policies in Increasing Local Revenues. The purpose of this study is to analyze; 1) How is the effectiveness of the formulation of legal policies to increase the original income of the current area? ; 2) How will the policy reformulation be to increase local income in the future?. The research method used is empirical juridical with a statutory approach, a concept approach, and a case study. The results showed that; 1) The effectiveness of the legal policy formulation to increase the current local indigenous income in Development in Jambi Province can be said to be quite good. This can be seen from the well-maintained inflation, GRDP that has returned to growth, the Gini Ratio which is getting closer to the target, and the Farmer Exchange Rate is getting better, the interest rate is still set low, the poverty rate is still quite high even though it has fallen from last year. In addition, the level of inequality must also be corrected even though it has dropped from last year. The challenges of regional economic development in Jambi Province are as follows; a) The impact of the Covid-19 Pandemic is still being felt; The economy of Jambi Province is still facing several challenges, especially for recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic; b) Infrastructure support needs to be improved; The problems faced by Jambi Province are related to the limited basic service infrastructure and the economy; c) Challenges of Environmentally Damaging Activities; activities that result in environmental damage, such as encroachment of forest areas, burning of forests and land for the benefit of agricultural cultivation and illegal mining activities d) Social Challenges of Population; the number of residents domiciled is different from the KK / KTP owned by 10.18% or around 361.37 thousand inhabitants e) Regional Geographical Challenges; The location of Jambi is geographically very strategic in the ASEAN and Interregional Regions of Sumatra which has not been supported by adequate infrastructure.  3) Reformulation of policies to increase local income in the future including; a) Increase in Gross Domestic Product, b) Control of Interest Rates, Inflation, Exchange Rate, c) Infrastructure Improvement, d) Employment Development and Reduction of Unemployment, e) Improvement of leading and potential sectors in the regions. The government should be more serious about developing leading and potential sectors in the regions. The leading sectors are the Agriculture, Forestry & Fisheries sector, the Mining & Quarrying Sector and the Education Services Sector. Meanwhile, the Water Procurement Business Sector, Waste Management, Waste and Recycling as well as the Information and Communication Sector are potential sectors to be developed in Jambi Province.


Reformulation, Policy, Law, Improvement, Income, Native, Regional.