Public-Private Partnership (PPP) as An Effort For Radin Inten II Lampung Selatan Airport Development

  • Dian Sera Fauzela Balitbangda Provinsi Lampung
  • Bambang Utoyo Sutiyoso University of Lampung
  • Sasana Putra University of Lampung
Keywords: Good Governance, Infrastructure, Public-Private Partnership

Abstract

Infrastructure availability is one of development priority in developed countries as well as developing countries, including Indonesia. As one of national development priority, budget limitations become a major problem faced by government. Therefore, to resolve budget limitations, government could involve private sector in case of budget funding for infrastructure facilities development. Third party involvement on state achievement known as good governance concept. An effort on third party involvement (private) is known as Public-Private Partnership (PPP).  This research chose Radin Inten II Lampung Selatan as the locus. It was chosen because of strategic position and potential passengers on that airport did not directly proportional with infrastructure development efforts. This research has a purpose to understanding priority sequence of Public-Private Partnership form in Radin Inten II Lampung Selatan airport development efforts (air side) and also the most influencing factor on that PPP form. This research was done through descriptive study by using data analysis technique in AHP (Analytical Hierarchy Process) form. The research results show that the most profitable form for air side of Radin Inten II Lampung Selatan airport development is Built Transfer (BT) better than Built-Operate-Transfer (BOT) and Built-Transfer-Operate (BTO).  Built Transfer (BT) form selected based on economy criteria (sub criteria: capital), risk criteria (sub criteria: rule of law), and market criteria (sub criteria: demand). From several selected criteria, economy criteria in capital sub criteria was the most influencing factor on PPP form selection.

References

Adji, Gunawan. 2010. The Smart Handbook of Publik Private Partnership : Konsep dan Praktik Meningkatkan Investasi di Sektor Infrastruktur. Jakarta. Réné Publisher. p. 19-39

Alamsyah, 2010. Strategi Penguatan Good Governance dalam Mendorong Pertumbuhan Ekonomi Lokal di Era Otonomi Daerah. Jurnal Dinamika. Volume 3. ISSN : 1979-0899X. p. 2-3

Bappenas. 2009. PPP Book : Public Private Partnership, Infrastructure Projects in Indonesia. Republic of Indonesia. State Ministry of National Development Planning/National Development Planning Agency

Gitman, Lawrence J. 1997. Principles of Managerial Finance. 8th Addition. Addison Wesley Longman, Inc. p.482

Nurmadinah, F. 2012. Analisis Pemilihan Proyek Pengembangan Bandara UPT dengan Skema KPS. Tesis. Jakarta. Universitas Indonesia.p 12-43

Sedarmayanti, 2009. Reformasi Administrasi Publik, Refomasi Birokrasi, dan Kepemimpinan Masa Depan (Mewuudkan Pelayanan Prima dan Kepemerintahan yang Baik). Bandung. Refika Aditama. p. 280

UNDP, 1997. Reconceptualising Governance : Discussion Paper. No.2. The Principle of Good Governance.p.10

Utama, Dwinanta.2010. Prinsip dan Strategi Penerapan “Public Private Partnership” dalam Penyediaan Infrastruktur Transportasi. Jurnal Sains dan Teknologi Indonesia Vol. 12 No.3 Desember 2010.p.146-147.

Saaty, Thomas L. 1991. Pengambilan Keputusan : Bagi Para Pemimpin. Jakarta. PT. Pustakan Binaman Pressindo. p. 17

Siregar, Doli. 2004. Manajemen Aset. Jakarta. PT. Gramedia Utama. P.276

Susantono, A & M.A. Berawi. 2012. Perkembangan Kebijakan Pembiayaan Infrastruktur Transportasi Berbasis Kerjasama Pemerintah Swasta di Indonesia. Jurnal Transportasi Vol.12 No.2 Agustus 2012.p. 95
Published
2019-04-01
Section
Articles