MEASURING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF GOVERNMENT POLICY: CONTROLLING LOCAL GOVERNMENT IDLE FUND

  • Maryadi Maryadi

Abstract

Since the end of 2015 the government has established a policy for the conversion of Revenue Sharing Funds (DBH) and / or General Allocation Funds (DAU) in the form of non-cash as an effort to: a) Encourage the management of healthy, efficient and effective APBDs; b) Encouraging optimal and timely absorption of the local budget; and; c) Reducing cash and / or local government deposits in banks by an unnatural amount. This study is intended to determine the effectiveness of the implementation of the policy, especially in an effort to reduce cash and / or local government deposits in banks in an unnatural amount.

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Published
2020-04-16
How to Cite
Maryadi, M. (2020). MEASURING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF GOVERNMENT POLICY: CONTROLLING LOCAL GOVERNMENT IDLE FUND. JOURNAL OF APPLIED BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, 4(1), 65-70. https://doi.org/10.30871/jaba.v4i1.1948