Effectiveness Of Managing Network Structure Through Local Collaborative Governance Capacity In The Implementation Of Food Security Policy In Indonesia

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Alwi , Gita Susanti


The network structure of public policy implementation is very complex not only in internal government but also in the outside so that the capacity of local collaborative governance becomes important in the local food governance. The main objective of this study is to uncover and explain the capacity of local collaborative governance for managing network structure in the implementation of food security policy. Based on the pairing pattern technique, the Food Security Council as a local food collaborative governance has not been effective in coordinating and maintaining the interdependence of stakeholders who have complex interests. This happens because this organization is still controlled through bureaucratic governance so that stakeholders do not have a sense of togetherness and commitment to develop collaborative food programs in response to the food security problems they face. Therefore, collaborative systems, collaborative leadership, organizational trust are important components of the capacity of local food governance to manage the interdependence between stakeholders. This organizational capacity can maintain the togetherness and commitment between them for the implementation of food security policy in the local and national level.

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