There is growing interest in the use of national incentives to promote LG reform and improved performance in many developing countries across the world, including Indonesia. Much contemporary literature on decentralization sees incentives as embedded features of a good governance system â€“ if the system structure of the system and procedures are well designed, actors in the system will benefit from adopting appropriate behavior and/or will be penalized for not doing so.
|Title of host publication||Fiscal Decentralization in Indonesia a Decade after Big Bang|
|Editors||Ministry of Finance, Republic of Indonesia, Directorate General of Fiscal Balanc|
|Place of Publication||Germany|
|Publisher||Asian Development Bank|
|Publication status||Published - 2012|