Building trust in collaborative process of village fund policy implementation (a case study at luwuk district of banggai regency)

Rahmawati halim

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Building trust is one of dimensions of collaborative governance process beside face-to-face dialogue, commitment to process, shared understanding, and short-term achievements. This study analyzed and described the dimension of building trust in the implementation of village fund policy in the perspective of collaborative governance process theory. This research was conducted in Tontouan Village, which has received fund village program since 2015. Empirical evidence shows that the trust that actors have in collaborative governance process can be beneficial in supporting the success of actor support and cooperation, commitment and successful policy implementation. However, collaborative governance-related literature reveals that there is little research on building trust in policy implementation, especially village fund policy implementation. The results of this study indicate that building trust between actors in the collaborative governance process greatly contributes to the effectiveness of village fund policy the implementation in Luwuk Sub-district, Banggai Regency.

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building trust, collaborative governance process, village fund

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5102/rbpp.v9i2.6076

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