Nb Decentralization of Fiscal Asymmetric For Community Well-Being: Evidence from Aceh Province, Indonesia

Dadang Suwanda

This study analyzes the problems that arise in the implementation of fiscal decentralization that has been given by the central government to asymmetrical regions which show a number of successes in various fields in the welfare of society. Asymmetric fiscal decentralization cannot be separated from the policy of implementing financial autonomy by the central government to regional governments, namely to regulate the regional government budget itself according to the potential of their respective regions with outputs and benefits that can show a number of successes in terms of public welfare. The research method used is a conceptual approach with a descriptive interview method, literature study and documentation by collecting asymmetric decentralization budget data that has been issued by the central government whether there is a significant impact on the welfare and economy for the region. The results show that the performance of welfare and economic indicators in asymmetrical decentralization areas during the implementation of asymmetrical fiscal decentralization that has been given has shown improvement, this study concludes that granting fiscal decentralization to asymmetric areas for improving the performance of welfare indicators for local communities cannot be explained, especially its role in encouraging the acceleration of improvement of community welfare in asymmetrical areas.

Volume 12 | Issue 6

Pages: 2868-2881

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V12I6/S20201249