Does Remuneration Improve Indonesia’s Civil Service Performance?

There is a public anecdote that Indonesia’s Civil Service has low performance and also tends to abuse their power for their own benefit. This condition arose by bloat organization, low paid-salary system and un-professional its management. Though Indonesians agree that civil service should be reformed, unfortunately it was not executed comprehensively. Remuneration tried to replace […]


PERFORMANCE: PROCESS OF INTERACTION AMONG THREE COMMUNITY SUBCULTURES Three Subcultures of Society In part one of The Spirit of Public Administration (1997), H. George Frederickson explained the concept of Governance, Politics, and the Public. Item 3 Section One is titled Public Administration as Governance. A beautiful analysis at pages 78-83 in that book shows that […]

Editorial Vol 1 Number 2 December 2010

Welcome to the second issue Volume 1 of International Journal of Kybernology (IJoK).  The objective of IJoK is to develop, promote and coordinate the science and practice in the broad area of governance. It also aims to help researchers, lecturers, government practitioners and policy makers to contribute and disseminate information and to learn from each […]