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SMERU Research Report Toward Pro-poor Policy through Research Yudi Fajar M. Wahyu Bambang Sulaksono Widjajanti Isdijoso A Socioeconomic Analysis of National Road Improvements in Indonesia: A Case Study of the 2015 EINRIP Road Improvement in Dompu and Sumbawa *This document has been approved for online preview but has not been through the copyediting and proofreading process which may lead to differences between this version and the final version. Please cite this document as "draft".
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SMERU RESEARCH REPORT A Socioeconomic Analysis of National Road Improvements in Indonesia: A Case Study of the 2015 EINRIP Road Improvement in Dompu and Sumbawa Yudi Fajar M. Wahyu Bambang Sulaksono Widjajanti Isdijoso Translators: Bree Ahrens Budhi Adrianto Gunardi Handoko Liza Hadiz Mukti Mulyana Editor: Bree Ahrens The SMERU Research Institute November 2016
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RESEARCH TEAM DFAT EINRIP M&E Specialist Graham R. Gleave SMERU Researchers Yudi Fajar M. Wahyu (Coordinator) Bambang Sulaksono Regional Researchers Tuti Widiastuti Rahmayati Quantitative Data Analyst Cecilia Marlina Cartographer Bambang Cahyono Hadi Advisors Widjajanti Isdijoso Nina Toyamah
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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License. SMERU's content may be copied or distributed for noncommercial use provided that it is appropriately attributed to The SMERU Research Institute. In the absence of institutional arrangements, PDF formats of SMERU’s publications may not be uploaded onl ine and online content may only be published via a link to SMERU’s website. The research described in this report has been funded by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT). The views expressed are those of the authors and not necessarily those of the Commonwealth of Australia. The Commonwealth of Australia accepts no responsibility for any loss, damage or injury resulting from reliance on any of the information or views contained in this report. A significant part of the research in this publication uses interviews and focus group discussions. All relevant information is recorded and stored at the SMERU office. For further information on SMERU’s publications, please contact us on 62 -21-31936336 (phone), 62-21-31930850 (fax), or [email protected] (e-mail); or visit . Cover photo: Graham R. Gleave (DFAT M&E Specialist) & Yudi Fajar M. Wahyu (The SMERU Research Institute)
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i The SMERU Research Institute ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The completion of this report was possible due to the support and cooperation of various parties. We would like to thank DFAT EINRIP, particularly to Graham R. Gleave, for his trust in SMERU in regard to the conduct of this road monitoring and evaluation study. Our thanks also go to the Directorate General of Road Construction and Maintenance (Bina Marga) of the Ministry of Public Works and their staff who have provided us with valuable information and data. We especially appreciate the support and help provided by community members and the regional government staff at the village, kecamatan
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  • Fall '14
  • TotonHartanto,M.Sc.inInternationalRelation,C.P.A.
  • Political Economy, Sumbawa, West Nusa Tenggara, SMERU Research Institute, Kabupaten Dompu

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