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Keywords affective commitment corporate governance corporate social responsibility decentralization distributive justice gated community mamminasata transportation organizational commitment participation public leader organization scale public problems public sector managerial performance public sector managers publicness regional budget rights-based approach single index model social conflicts stakeholders sustainable tourism tourism


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JBB Goes to University: Institutional Campaign & Cooperation

IAPA Conference in Palangka Raya, intro session by JBB (Journal of Business & Bureaucracy) and will be held on 10 to 12 October, 2018.  
Posted: 2018-08-23

JBB Goes to University: Institutional Campaign & Cooperation

UNPAR-IAPA-AIABI Seminar in Bandung, intro session by JBB (Journal of Business & Bureaucracy) and will be held in October 2018.  
Posted: 2018-08-23

WRITING CLINIC: Consecutive Writing Clinic and Editorial Management Workshop

This activity was successfully carried out together with UNS FISIP as the partnership that took place at UNS Inn Hotel on October 5th, 2018  
Posted: 2018-08-23
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Bisnis & Birokrasi: Jurnal Ilmu Administrasi dan Organisasi Print ISSN: 0854-3844 / Online ISSN: 2355-7826

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