FISCAL REGENCY AND CITY CAPACITY IN EAST KALIMANTAN IN THE ERA OF REGIONAL AUTONOMY

Soeharjoto Soeharjoto, Debble Aryani Tribudhi, Lucky Nugroho

Abstract

This study aims to determine the fiscal decentralization capacity of regencies and cities in East Kalimantan Province by referring to the map of blood financial capability using share index and growth indicators,regional decentralization indices, and regional independence index. The results of the City of Balikpapan, Samarinda City, Bontang City, and Berau Regency are areas that can be considered feasible in the implementation of fiscal autonomy. Other regions are not feasible. In fact, in the long run, there will be obstacles because regions that are considered worthy of fiscal autonomy rely on non-renewable natural resources, so that human resource development is needed to be able to move into the natural resource processing sector that can be updated and services.

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