Kelompok Keahlian Perencanaan Wilayah dan Perdesaan

Journal Articles

Our members have produced some publications in the national journals and the international journals.

International Journals

2018 – 2019

  1. Aritenang, A. F., & Chandramidi, A. N. (2019). The Impact of Special Economic Zones and Government Intervention on Firm Productivity: The Case of Batam, Indonesia. Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies, 1-40. (Abstract)
  2. Oktavia, P., Salim, W., & Perdanahardja, G. (2018). Reinventing papadak/hoholok as a traditional management system of marine resources in Rote Ndao, Indonesia. Ocean & Coastal Management161, 37-49. (Abstract)
  3. Hudalah, D., Nurrahma, V., Sofhani, T. F., & Salim, W. A. (2019). Connecting fragmented enclaves through network? Managing industrial parks in the Jakarta-Bandung Urban Corridor. Cities88, 1-9. (Abstract)
  4. Aritenang, A., & Sonn, J. W. (2018). The effect of decentralization and free trade agreements on regional disparity in a developing economy: the case of Indonesia, 1993–2005. International Journal of Urban Sciences22(4), 546-564. (Abstract)
  5. Tarigan, A. K., & Sagala, S. (2018). The pursuit of greenness: explaining low-carbon urban transformation in Indonesia. International Planning Studies23(4), 408-426. (Abstract)
  6. Oktavia, P., Salim, W., & Perdanahardja, G. (2018). Reinventing papadak/hoholok as a traditional management system of marine resources in Rote Ndao, Indonesia. Ocean & Coastal Management161, 37-49.  (Abstract)
  7. Maninggar, N., Hudalah, D., Sutriadi, R., & Firman, T. (2018). Low‐tech industry, regional innovation system and inter‐actor collaboration in Indonesia: The case of the Pekalongan batik industry. Asia Pacific Viewpoint59(3), 249-264. (Abstract)
  8. Suroso, D. S. A., & Firman, T. (2018). The role of spatial planning in reducing exposure towards impacts of global sea level rise case study: Northern coast of Java, Indonesia. Ocean & Coastal Management153, 84-97. (Abstract)
  9. Indraprahasta, G. S., Derudder, B., & Hudalah, D. (2019). Local institutional actors and globally linked territorial development in Bekasi District: A strategic coupling?. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography. (Abstract)
  10. Salim, W., & Negara, S. D. (2018). Infrastructure Development under the Jokowi Administration: Progress, Challenges and Policies. Journal of Southeast Asian Economies35(3), 386-401. (Abstract) 

2016-2017

  1. Argo, T. 2016. Youth Participation in Urban Environmental Planning Through Augmented Reality Learning: The Case of Bandung City, Indonesia. Procedia – Social and Behavioural Science. In press. (Abstract)
  2. Firman, T and Fahmi, F.Z. (2017) The Privatization of Metropolitan Jakarta’s (Jabodetabek) Urban Fringes: The Early Stages of “Post-Suburbanization” in Indonesia. Journal of the American Planning Association doi: 10.1080/01944363.2016.1249010
  3. Fahmi, F.Z., Koster, S., van Dijk, J. (2016) The location of creative industries in Indonesia. Cities, Volume 59, pp. 66-79. (Abstract)
  4. Fahmi, F.Z.Prawira, M.I., Hudalah, D., Firman, T. (2016) Leadership and collaborative planning: the case of Surakarta, Indonesia. Planning Theory Volume 15(3), pp. 294-315.  (Abstract)
  5. Hudalah, D., Winarso, H. & Woltjer, J. (2016) Gentrifying the peri-urban: Land use conflicts and institutional dynamics at the frontier of an Indonesian metropolis. Urban Studies 53 (3), pp. 593-608. (Abstract)

2010 – 2015

  1. Fahmi, F.Z., McCann, P., Koster, S. Creative economy policy in developing countries: the case of Indonesia. Urban Studies (Abstract)
  2. Winarso, H., Hudalah, D. & Firman, T. (2015) Peri-urban transformation in the Jakarta metropolitan area. Habitat International, Volume 49, pp. 221–229. (Abstract)
  3. Hudalah, D., Firman, T., & Woltjer, J. (2014) Cultural cooperation, institution building, and metropolitan governance in decentralizing Indonesia. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, Volume 38, Issue 6, pp. 2217-2234. (Abstract)
  4. LeGates, R. & Hudalah, D. (2014) Peri-Urban Planning for Developing East Asia: Learning from Chengdu, China and Yogyakarta/Kartamantul, Indonesia. Journal of Urban Affairs , Volume 36(s1), pp. 334-353. (Abstract)
  5. Fahmi, F. Z., Hudalah, D., Rahayu, P., & Woltjer, J. 2014. Extended urbanization in small and medium-sized cities: the case of Cirebon, Indonesia. Habitat International 42, pp. 1-10. (Abstract)
  6. Hudalah, D., Viantari, D., Firman, T., & Woltjer, J. 2013. Industrial land development and manufacturing deconcentration in Greater Jakarta. Urban Geography  Volume 34, Issue 7, pp. 950-971. (Abstract)
  7. Hudalah, D., Firman, T. 2012. Beyond Property: Industrial estates and post-suburban transformation in Jakarta Metropolitan Region. Cities: Volume 29, Issue 1. (Abstract)
  8. Firman, T., Surbakti, I.M., Idroes, I.C., & Simarmata, H.A. 2011. Potential climate-change related vulnerabilities in Jakarta: Challenges and current status. Habitat International, Volume 35, Issue 2, April 2011, Pages 372-378 (Abstract)
  9. Firman, T. 2011. Post-Suburban Elements in an Asian Extended Metropolitan Region: The Case of Jabodetabek (Jakarta Metropolitan Area), in N.A. Phelps and F. Wu (eds.), International Perspectives on Suburbanization: A Post-Suburban WorldPalgrave MacMillan. (Abstract)
  10. Firman, T. 2011. Governing the Jakarta City-Region: History, Challenges, Risks and Strategies (co-authored with Wilmar Salim), in S. Hamnett and D. Forbes (eds), Planning Asian Cities: Risks and Resiliences, Routledge,  pp. 240-263, Francis Taylor and, London and New York. (Abstract)
  11. Firman, T. 2010. Multi Local-Government Cooperation Under Indonesia’s Decentralization Reform: The Case of Kartamantul (The Greater Yogyakarta). Habitat International 34, pp.400-405. (Abstract)
  12. Firman, T. 2010. Decentralization Reform and Local-Government Proliferation in Indonesia: Towards a Fragmentation of Regional Development. Review of Urban and Regional Development Studies 21(2/3), pp.143-157. (Abstract)
  13. Hudalah, D, Winarso H., & Woltjer, J. 2010. Planning by opportunity: An analysis of environmental planning conflicts in Indonesia. with Environment and Planning A. Environment and Planning A 42 (9), pp 2254-2269. 2010. (Abstract)
  14. Hudalah, D, Winarso H., & Woltjer, J. 2010. Policy networking as institutional capacity building: An analysis of regional road development conflict in Indonesia; with Winarso H., & Woltjer, J. Planning Theory, OnlineFirst, published on July 13, 2010 as doi:10.1177/1473095210368776.
  15. Paton, D., Sagala, S., Okada, N, Jang, L., Bürgelt, P.T., & Gregg, C.E. 2010. Making sense of natural hazard mitigation: personal, social and cultural influences. Environmental Hazards, Volume 9, Number 2, 2010, pp. 183-196(14). (Abstract)
  16. Paton, D., Okada, N. and Sagala, S. Understanding Preparedness for Natural Hazards: A cross cultural comparison, Journal of Integrated Disaster Risk Management (IDRIM) doi:10.5595/idrim.2013.0051.
  17. Rosyidie, A., Adriyani, Y., Suwarto,Y. 2011. The Influence of Climate Factors on Tourist Visits in Pangandaran Coastal Tourism Area, ASEAN Journal on Hospitality and Tourism, Volume 9, Number 2, January 2011. Centre for Research on Tourism, Institut Teknologi Bandung.
  18. Sagala, S., Dodon and Sitinjak, E. 2015. Fostering Community Preparedness to Wildfire: Experiences from Indonesia, in Paton, D. Wildfire Hazards, Risks, and Disasters, Elsevier Publishing. (Abstract)
  19. Tarigan, A., Sagala, S. Samsura, D., Fiisabiilillah, D., Simarmata, H., Nababan, M. (2016) Bandung City Profile, Indonesia, Cities Journal, Volume 50, February 2016, Pages 100–110. (Abstract)

2005 – 2009

  1. Firman, T. 2009. The Continuity and Change in Mega-Urbanization in Indonesia: a Survey of Jakarta-Bandung Region (JBR) Development. Habitat International, 33 (4), 327-339.(Abstract)
  2. Firman, T. 2009. Planning for an Extended Metropolitan Region in Asia: Jakarta, Indonesia. (Case Study prepared for Revisiting Urban Planning: Global Report on Human Settlements 2009) (co-authored With C. Rakodi)
  3. Firman, T. 2008. In Search of Governance Institution of Jakarta Metropolitan Area under New Indonesia’s Decentralization Policy: Old Problem, New Challenge. Public Administration and Development 28, pp.280-290. (Abstract)
  4. Firman, T. 2007. The Dynamics of Indonesia’s Urbanization, co-authored with B. Kombaitan and P Pradono. Urban Policy and Research 25(4), pp. 433-454. (Abstract)
  5. Hudalah, D, Winarso H., & Woltjer, J. 2007. Peri-urbanisation in East Asia: A new challenge for planning?International Development Planning Review 29 (4), 501-517. (Abstract)
  6. Hudalah, D & Woltjer, J. 2007. Spatial Planning System in Transitional Indonesia; with Woltjer, J.International Planning Studies, 12 (3), 291 – 303. (Abstract)
  7. Sagala, S., Okada, N. and Paton, D. 2009. Predictors of Intention to Prepare for Volcanic Risks in Mt. Merapi, Indonesia. Journal of Pacific Rim Psychology, Vol 3(2): 47-54 pp.(Abstract)
  8. Salim, W., B. Kombaitan. 2009. Jakarta: the rise and challenge of a capital. City, 13(1): 120-128. (Abstract)

Tahun 2000 – 2004

  1. Argo, T. and T. Firman. 2001. To Privatize or not to Privatize (co-authored with). Built Environment 27(2), pp.146-155. (Abstract)
  2. Firman, T. 2004. Demographic and Spatial Patterns of Indonesia’s Recent Urbanisation. Population, Space and Place, 10. pp. 431-434. (Abstract)
  3. Firman, T. 2004. New Town Development in Jakarta Metropolitan Region: A Perspective of Spatial Segregation. Habitat International 28(3), 349-368. (Abstract)
  4. Firman, T. 2004. Major Issues in Indonesia’s Urban Land Development. Land Use Policy 21(4), 347-355.(Abstract)
  5. Firman, T. 2003. The Spatial Pattern of Population Growth in Java, 1990-2000: Continuity and Change in Extended Metropolitan Region Formation. International Development Planning Review 25(1), pp. 53-66.(Abstract)
  6. Firman, T. 2003. Potential Impacts of Indonesia’s Fiscal Decentralisation Reform on Urban and Regional Development: Towards a New Pattern of Spatial Disparity. Space and Polity7(3), pp.247-271. (Abstract)
  7. Firman, T. 2002. Urban Development in Indonesia, 1990-2001: From the Boom to the Early Reform Era Through the Crisis. Habitat International, 26, pp. 229-249. (Abstract)
  8. Firman, T. 2000. Rural to Urban Land Conversion in Indonesia During Boom and Bust Periods. Land Use Policy 17(1), 13-20. (Abstract)
  9. Firman, T. 2000. The Wood Processing Industry and Local Development in North Maluku, Indonesia. Australian Geographical Studies 38(2), 219-229. (Abstract)
  10. Firman, T. and T. McGee. 2000. Labour Market Adjustment in the Time of ‘Krismon’: Changes in Employment Structure in Indonesia, 1997-98,). Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography 21 [3], pp.316-335. (Abstract)

 

National Journals

2017 – 2018

  1. Wimbardana, R., Tarigan, A. K., & Sagala, S. (2018). Does a Pedestrian Environment Promote Walkability? Auditing a Pedestrian Environment Using the Pedestrian Environmental Data Scan Instrument. Journal of Regional and City Planning29(1), 57-66.
  2. Pujo, P., Sofhani, T. F., Gunawan, B., & Syamsudin, T. S. (2018). Community Capacity Building in Social Forestry Development: A Review. Journal of Regional and City Planning29(2), 113-126.
  3. Fahlevi, I., Sutanto, A., Andiani, A., Sagala, S. A. H., & Kastl, S. (2018). Education and Training on Introduction of Geology for Spatial Planning. The Indonesian Journal of Planning and Development3(1), 1-9. (Abstract)

2016 – 2017

  1. Argo, T. 2016. Identifikasi Penerapan Nilai Tradisional Masyarakat Adat Terhadap Implementasi Konservasi dalam Pemanfaatan Ruang: Studi Kasus Kasepuhan Ciptagelar, Kabupaten Sukabumi. Jurnal Perencanaan dan Wilayah Kota B, SAPPK-ITB, V5N1, hal 59-69.
  2. Argo, T. 2016. Pemetaan Prioritas Penanganan Bencana Banjir Rob Terhadap Pertanian Dengan Menggunakan Skema Asuransi Mikro Bencana di Kecamatan Kandanghaur, Kabupaten Indramayu”, Jurnal Perencanaan dan Wilayah Kota B, SAPPK-ITB, V5N1, hal 257-266.
  3. Argo, T. 2016. Strategi Adaptasi Nelayan terhadap Dampak Perubahan Lingkungan (Studi Kasus: Pemanfaatan Teknologi Penangkapan Ikan Laut), Jurnal Penataan Ruang ITS.
  4. Salim, W. 2016. Perkembangan Kawasan Peri-Urban dalam Kerangka Dekonsentrasi Industri di Wilayah Metropolitan Bandung Raya”, Jurnal Perencanaan dan Wilayah Kota A., SAPPK-ITB, V5N1, hal. 119-131.
  5. Salim, W. 2016. Pengaruh Desentralisasi Fiskal terhadap Pelayanan Publik Sektor Kesehatan di Indonesia. Jurnal Perencanaan dan Wilayah Kota A., SAPPK-ITB, V5N1, hal. 163-173.
  6. Sawitri,D . 2016. Keterkaitan Kapasitas Kelompok Terhadap Keberlangsungan Perencanaan Partisipatif dalam Pembangunan Desa (Studi Kasus: Desa Melatiwangi dan Desa Cibiru Wetan Kabupaten Bandung). Jurnal Perencanaan dan Wilayah B, SAPPK-ITB, V5N1, hal 17-23.
  7. Sawitri,D . 2016. Modal Sosial Dalam Mendukung Difusi Inovasi Pemasaran Hortikultura Sebagai Basis Pengembangan Ekonomi Lokal (Studi Kasus: Desa Cisondari, Pasirjambu, Kabupaten Bandung dan Desa Cibodas, Lembang, Kabupaten Bandung Barat). Jurnal Perencaan dan Wilayah Kota B, SAPPK-ITB, V4N3, hal 587-591.
  8. Suroso, D. 2016. Kajian Kesesuaian Pemanfaatan Ruang Berdasarkan Kemampuan Lahan di Kawasan Puncak, Kabupaten Bogor. Jurnal Perencanaan dan Wilayah Kota A., SAPPK-ITB, V5N1, hal. 123-133.
  9. Suroso, D. 2016. Kajian Risiko Perubahan Iklim Terhadap Penyakit Demam Berdarah Dengue (Studi Kasus: Kecamatan Gayamsari dan Semarang Timur, Kota Semarang).  Jurnal Perencanaan dan Wilayah Kota B., SAPPK-ITB, V4N3, hal.  535-541.
  10. Suroso, D. 2016. Pola Kerentanan Pesisir Indonesia Terhadap Dampak Perubahan Iklim Sebagai Basis Perencanaan Adaptasi.  TATALOKA, 13(2), 108-118, 2016
  11. Suroso, D. 2016. Kajian Pemanfaatan Peta Bahaya Banjir Dalam Perencanaan Tata Ruang Wilayah Kabupaten Bojonegoro Tahun 2011-2031. Jurnal Perencanaan dan Wilayah Kota B., SAPPK-ITB, V5N1, hal.  109-117.
  12. Suroso, D. 2016. Adaptasi Perkebunan Kelapa Sawit dan Karet Terhadap Perubahan Iklim di Kabupaten Ogan Komering Ulu (OKU). Jurnal Perencanaan dan Wilayah Kota B., SAPPK-ITB, V5N1, hal. 195-202.

2010 – 2015

  1. Hnyine,Z., Sagala, S., Yamin, D and Lubis, W. 2015. Benefits Of Rural Biogas Implementation To Economy And Environment: Boyolali Case Study, Journal of Forum Geografi.
  2. Talitha, T. & D. Hudalah (2014) Model kerjasama antar daerah dalam perencanaan system transportasi wilayah metropolitan Bandung Raya. Tataloka 16(4), hlm. 194-208. (Abstract)
  3. Vidayani, F., D. Fiisabilillah, & D. Hudalah (2014) Peran modal sosial dalam kerja sama antar daerah Kartamantul, Mimbar 30(2), 01-12. (Abstract)
  4. Sagala, S., Argo, T., Asirin, Adhitama, P., Dodon. 2014. Strategi Adaptasi Nelayan terhadap Dampak Perubahan Lingkungan (Studi Kasus: Pemanfaatan Teknologi Penangkapan Ikan Laut), Jurnal Penataan Ruang ITS.  (Abstract)
  5. Sagala, S.,, Wimbardana, R., & Pratama, F. P. (2016). Behavior and Preparedness to Fire Hazard in High Density Settlements in Bandung. In Forum Geografi (Vol. 28, No. 1). (Abstract)
  6. Hudalah, D. (2013) Communicative planning as institutional capacity building: From discourse/network to opportunity. Tataloka 15(2), pp. 76-90. (Abstract)
  7. Permatasari, P. S. & Hudalah, D. (2013) Pola pergerakan dan dekonsentrasi pekerjaan di kawasan metropolitan: Studi kasus pekerja industri Cikarang, Bekasi, Jurnal Teknik Sipil, 20(2) pp. 97-106.
  8. Sagala, S., Situngkir, F. and Wimbardana, R. 2013. Actor’s Interaction in Housing Reconstruction J. Mimbar Sosial, Unisba Volume 29(2).
  9. Sagala, S. and Saraswati, S. 2013. Spatial Analysis of Open Space Availability for Evacuation after Earthquake Aftershock in Densed Settlements, Jurnal Forum Geografi. Vol 27 No 2.
  10. Wimbardana, R. and Sagala, S. 2013. Community Preparedness to Debris Flow Impacts in Mt. Merapi, Jurnal Bumi Lestari Universitas Udayana.  (Abstract)
  11. Sagala, S., Lutfiana, D. and Wimbardana, R. 2013. Reconstruction Management of Housing in Post Earthquake Disaster, Case Study of Bandung District, Jawa Barat. J. Penataan Ruang, Institut 10 November.
  12. Sagala, S., Dodon, Wimbardana, R. and Lutfiana, D. 2013. Wetlands Conversion and Flood Risk Reduction, Case Study of Palembang. Edited by Herryal Anwar, LIPI.
  13. Sagala, S. and Yasaditama, H. .2012. Hazard and Risk Assessment of Mt. Papandayan, Jurnal Forum Geografi Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta, Vol July 2012.
  14. Sagala, S., Pratama, A., Argo, T., Asirin . 2012. The Role of Indonesian Migrant Labor Remittances as a Potential for Flood Risk Reduction in Indramayu Urban Area, Journal of Tata Loka, Universitas Diponegoro.
  15. Sagala, S. and Bisri, M. 2011. Disaster Based Spatial Planning, in edited book by Anwar, H. dan Haryono, H. (2011) Disaster and Environment Perspectives in Indonesia: Case Studies and Disaster Risk Reduction. Indonesian Institute of Science.
  16. Sagala, S., Handika, P. and Arisandy, M. 2011. Jakarta Megacity: Disaster Issues and Approaches in edited book by Gunawan, M., Nurzaman, S., Warpani, S. (2011), Lessons Learned of 50 years Regional and City Planning in Indonesia, ITB Publishing.

2000 – 2009

  1. Argo, T. 2009. Peran Pemangku Kepentingan dalam Perencanaan Metropolitan. Buletin Tata Ruang. (Abstract)
  2. Argo, T. 2004. Penataan Ruang untuk Pelestarian Lingkungan Hidup di Indonesia: Memfungsikan Kawasan Lindung. Buletin Tata Ruang Khusus Hari Habitat se-Dunia.  (Abstract)
  3. Hudalah, D. 2006. Planning System and Its Driving Forces: A New Institutionalist Perspective. Jurnal Perencanaan Wilayah dan Kota, 17 (3), 47-62. (Abstract)
  4. Hudalah, D. 2005. Pendekatan Pemberdayaan dalam Penanganan Permukiman Squatter: Sebuah Evaluasi Empiris (Empowerment Approach in Squatter Settlement Management: An Empirical Evaluation). Jurnal Perencanaan Wilayah dan Kota , 16 (3), 24-43.  (Abstract)
  5. Prabatmodjo, H. 2006. Wilayah Perdesaan Berkelanjutan: Suatu Eksplorasi Teoritis. Jurnal Perencanaan Wilayah dan Kota, Vol. 17, Nomor 3, Desember 2006.  (Abstract)
  6. Rosyidie, A. 2006. Dampak Bencana terhadap Wilayah Pesisir: Belajar dari Tsunami Aceh. Jurnal Perencanaan Wilayah dan Kota, Vol. 17, Nomor 3, Desember 2006.  (Abstract)
  7. Rosyidie, A. 2004. Pembangunan Kota Berkelanjutan: Belajar dari Curutiba. Jurnal Perencanaan Wilayah dan Kota, Vol. 15, Nomor 3, Juli 2004.  (Abstract)
  8. Rosyidie, A. 2004. Aspek Kebencanaan pada Kawasan Wisata. Jurnal Perencanaan Wilayah dan Kota, Vol. 15, Nomor 3, Juli 2004.
  9. Salim, W. 2009. Comparison Study on Free Trade Zone: Development through spatial economy concentration, Jurnal Perencanaan Wilayah & Kota. Vol 20, No. 2, Tahun 2009.
  10. Salim, W. 2005. Urban Development and Rural Poverty in Java: A Challenge for Decentralized Local Governments. Jurnal Perencanaan Wilayah dan Kota, v. 16(2): 25-39.
  11. Salim, W. 2003. Revisiting Community Participation in Planning. Jurnal Perencanaan Wilayah dan Kota, v. 14(1): 16-26.
  12. Aritenang. 2009. A Comparative Study on Free Trade Zone: Development trough Spatial Economy Concentration, Jurnal Perencanaan Wilayah dan Kota. Vol 20 No. 2, Tahun 2009.
  13. Sagala, Saut, Wimbardana, R. and Prathama, F. Perilaku dan Kesiapsiagaan Terkait Kebakaran Pada Penghuni Permukiman Padat Kota Bandung, Jurnal Makara Sosial, Universitas Indonesia.  (Abstract)
  14. Sagala, S., Pratama, A., Argo, T., Asirin. Peran Remitan Tenaga Kerja Indonesia terhadap Potensi Pengurangan Risiko Bencana Banjir di Wilayah Perkotaan Indramayu, Jurnal Tataloka, Universitas Diponegoro.  (Abstract)
  15. Sawitri, D. 2006. Profesi Perencana dalam Perencanaan Partisipatif; Suatu Kajian Teori dan Praktek Perencanaan. Jurnal Sosial dan Pembangunan Mimbar, Vol. 22, No. 1, 2006.
  16. Sawitri, D. 2006. Keikutsertaan Masyarakat dalam Pengembangan Lokal, Studi Kasus: Pengembangan Desa di Jawa Barat. Jurnal Perencanaan Wilayah dan Kota, Vol. 17 No. 1, 2006.
  17. Sawitri, D. 2004. Manusia dalam Pengembangan Wilayah Berbasis Sumberdaya Lokal: Sebuah Kajian Teoritis. Jurnal ITENAS: Jurnal Ilmu Pengetahuan, Teknologi dan Seni, No. 2, Vol. 8 Juni-Agustus 2004.
  18. Sofhani, T.F. 2006. Community Participation in Indonesia’s Development Policy: Neo-liberal and Post –Marxism Perspective. Jurnal of Perencanaan Wilayah dan Kota, Vol. 16 No. 2 April 2006.