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Journal of Regional and Rural Development Planning (Jurnal Perencanaan Pembangunan Wilayah dan Perdesaan) - JP2WD, is initiated and organized by Center for Regional System Analysis, Planning, and Development (CRESTPENT) of Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia (IPB), Study Program of Regional and Rural Development Planning Sciences IPB, Study Program of Regional Planning Sciences IPB, and Association of Rural and Regional Development Planning Alumni.
JP2WD is a publication media for original manuscripsts related to regional and rural planning and development written in Bahasa or English. JP2WD is published three times a year (February, June, and October). Manuscripts accepted for publication in JP2WD may be results of the latest scientific research (maximum during the past 10 years), policy analysis, research note, and Region/rural profile and issues.
JP2WD covers topics related to regional science, regional and/or rural planning, regional economics, spatial and environmental planning, regional information system, community development, and public policy.
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Rural development in Indonesia during the last five years has experienced a considerably drastic change in approach as an effort from the government to overcome the lagging of rural development and to reduce poverty level since two third of the national poor population reside at rural areas. The first three articles in this edition highlight various dynamics of rural development, ranging from the issue of village fund effectivity managed by village government, tourism village development, to land cover conversion at rural areas in relation to environmental issues. The other two articles discuss metropolitan suburban phenomena in Java Island and Sulawesi Island: an article discusses characteristics of commuters which commute from rural and suburban areas in West Java Province; and the last article discusses the dynamics of land registration spatial distribution in metropolitan suburban in South Sulawesi.