JGP is cited at least 41 times at Scopus database in 2018

Update March 27th , 2018 10:22 AM GMT+7



Kim, Dong-Yeob, (2018) Transforming Western Democracy In Southeast Asia: The Case Of Lanao Del Sur, The Philippines. International Journal of Asia  Pacific Studie. 14 (1): 107–132,

Grömping, M. (2017). Domestic Election Monitoring and Advocacy: An Emerging Research Agenda. Nordic Journal of Human Rights, 35(4), 407-423.

Huda, S. N., Setiani, N., Pulungan, R., & Winarko, E. (2017, March). Potential fraudulent behaviors in e-procurement implementation in Indonesia. In IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering (Vol. 185, No. 1, p. 012003). IOP Publishing.

Van Thiel, S., & Bouwman, R. (2017). 30 years of IJPSM publications: an analysis. International Journal of Public Sector Management, 30(6-7), 524-531.

Wijaya, (2017). Some considerations of the actual problems related to good corporate governance, and the impetus for law enforcement. International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology, 8(9), pp. 867-873 

Din, M., Paranoan, S., Masdar, R., Siallagan, H., Achmad, T. (2017). Public accountability based on the value of local wisdom. International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology. 8(8), pp. 1046-1053 

Hormati, A., Laduna, R., Mahdi, S.A., Kahar, S.H.A. (2017). The effect of budgetary participation on budgetary slack using budgetary ethical compliance as the mediating and moderating variable. International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology. 8(8), pp. 1081-1092 

Wicaksana, I.G.W. (2017). Indonesia’s maritime connectivity development: Domestic and international challenges. Asian Journal of Political Science. 25(2), pp. 212-233

Fadli, M. (2017). Constitutional recognition and legal protection for local religion in Indonesia: A discourse on local religion of the tengger and baduy people. Pertanika Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities. 25(2), pp. 601-614

Lay, C (2017). Volunteers from the periphery (Case studies of survivors of the Lapindo mudflow and Stren Kali, Surabaya, forced eviction). Southeast Asian Studies 6(1), pp. 31-61

Mony, A., Satria, A., Kinseng, R.A. (2017). Sasi laut in Maluku: Transformation and sustainability of traditional governance in the face of globalisation(  Book Chapter).  Governing the Coastal Commons: Communities, Resilience and Transformation pp. 198-210 

Suryanto, Boyle, M., Plummer, V. (2017). The pre-hospital and healthcare system in Malang, Indonesia, Australasian Journal of Paramedicine. 4(2)

Birsyada, M.I., Wasino, W., Suyahmo, Joebagio, H. (2017). The business ethics of royal family: Mangkunegara IV, Sufism and economy in Java,  International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research. 15(7), pp. 33-57 

Subekti, V.S. (2017). Prolonged elite conflict and the destruction of the Indonesian Islamic Union Party (PSII), Studia Islamika. 24(2), pp. 295-335 

Prasetyo, Y., Doewes, M., Rahma, N., Anantanyu, S. (2017). Effects of aerobic exercise and weight training-aerobic towards physical fitness of elderly Hajj candidates, International Journal on Advanced Science, Engineering and Information Technology.7(1), pp. 106-117

Supardal, Cipto, B., Nurmandi, A., Pribadi, U., Suranto. (2017). Do information communication technology initiatives affect local government bureaucratic transformation?, International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research. 15(6), pp. 35-49

Febrica, S. (2017). Maritime security and Indonesia: Cooperation, interests and strategies. Maritime Security and Indonesia: Cooperation, Interests and Strategies. pp. 1-1065

Palmer, W.(2016). Indonesia's Overseas Labour Migration Programme, 1969-2010, Indonesia's Overseas Labour Migration Programme, 1969-2010. pp. 1-202

Yasin, M.N. (2016). The pluralism of islamic economic law: Dialectic of moslem and non-moslem in the development of sharia banking in Indonesia, Journal of Indonesian Islam. 10(1), pp. 113-138

Maridjo, H., Mudayen, Y.M.V.(2016). The effect of institutional change, equalization fund and locally-generated revenue towards the economic growth in Indonesia period 2000-2015, International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research. 14(13), pp. 8877-8897

Aminah, Lindrianasari, Rosmiaty. (2016). Good government governance and opinions of the audit board of Republik Indonesia, International Journal of Monetary Economics and Finance. 9(2), pp. 198-211

Suryanto, T., Ridwansyah, R. (2016). The Shariah financial accounting standards: How they prevent fraud in islamic banking, European Research Studies Journal. 19(4), pp. 140-157

Muhtar, M., Rohman, A., Chariri, A. (2016). Opportunistic behavior and public spending: The case of Indonesia, Corporate Ownership and Control. 14(1), pp. 485-497

Suryaningsum, S., Effendi, M.I., Gusaptono, R.H. (2016). The best model government based on trusteeship governance (study cases: Bojonegoro District). International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research.14(11), pp. 8049-8060

Rahmatika, D.N. (2016). Determinant factor influencing the level of fraud and implication to quality of financial reporting (Research at local governments Indonesia), International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research. 14(14), pp. 861-879

Salim, A. (2015). Contemporary Islamic law in Indonesia: Sharia and legal pluralism, Contemporary Islamic Law in Indonesia: Sharia and Legal Pluralism . pp. 1-214

Badrudin, R. (2015). Evaluation of the specific allocation fund for Indonesian society welfare, International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research.13(7), pp. 5607-5624

Kamil, I., Alias, B., Mohammed, A.H. (2015). Developing model of infrastructure asset maintenance in developing countries using Fuzzy Screening system and Analytical Hierarchy Process method (case study: Main roads in Padang city, Indonesia), Proceedings of the 26th International Business Information Management Association Conference - Innovation Management and Sustainable Economic Competitive Advantage: From Regional Development to Global Growth, IBIMA 2015. pp. 3952-3959

Rakhmawati, I., Atikah, S. (2015). Do expenditures of education, health, and infrastructure improve human resources quality?, International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research. 13(7), pp. 4731-4742

Gagaring, H., Mushar, M. (2015). The effects of the asymmetry, the political and the cultural information on the budgetary participation and budgetary slack in the local government (the studies for the development of the good governance budgeting with the wisdom local culture-based), International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research. 13(5), pp. 2957-2976

Junita, F. (2015). The foreign mining investment regime in Indonesia: Regulatory risk under resource nationalism policy and how international investment treaties provide protection, Journal of Energy and Natural Resources Law 33(3), pp. 241-265

Nurmandi, A., Kim, S. (2015). Making e-procurement work in a decentralized procurement system: A comparison of three Indonesian cities, International Journal of Public Sector Management. 28(3), pp. 198-220

Malik, M. (2014). Islamic movement and human rights: Pertubuhan jamaah islah Malaysia's involvement in the abolish internal security act movement, 2000-2012, Intellectual Discourse. 22(2), pp. 139-165

Muradi. (2014). Politics and Governance in Indonesia: The police in the era of reformasi, Politics and Governance in Indonesia: The Police in the Era of Reformasi. pp. 1-192

Prior, J.M. (2013). Land disputes and the church: Sobering thoughts from flores, Land for the People: The State and Agrarian Conflict in Indonesia. pp. 215-242

Gazali, E., Hidayat, D.N., Menayang, V. (2009). Political communication in Indonesia: Media performance in three eras, Political Communication in Asia. pp. 112-134

Hwang, J., Syamsuddin, I. (2008). Failure of e-government implementation: A case study of South Sulawesi, Proceedings - 3rd International Conference on Convergence and Hybrid Information Technology, ICCIT 2008 2,4682369, pp. 952-960

Ziegenhain, P. (2008). The Indonesian parliament and democratization, The Indonesian Parliament and Democratization, pp. 1-238

Aritonang, J.S., Steenbrink, K. (2008). A history of Christianity in Indonesia, Studies in Christian Mission. 35, pp. 1-1020

Feener, R.M. (2007). Muslim legal thought in modern Indonesia, Muslim Legal Thought in Modern Indonesia. pp. 1-270

Parker, L. (2004).  From subjects to citizens: Balinese villagers in the Indonesian nation-state, From Subjects to Citizens: Balinese Villagers in the Indonesian Nation-State. pp. 1-283

Effendy, B. (2003). Islam and the state in Indonesia, Islam and the State in Indonesia. pp. 1-265