Journal of Governance

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ISSN / EISSN : 2528276X / 2528276X
Current Publisher: FISIP Universitas Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa (10.31506)
Total articles ≅ 50
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Restu Ramadhan, Ria Arifianti, Riswanda Riswanda
Journal of Governance, Volume 5; doi:10.31506/jog.v5i1.7772

Nursaleh Hartaman, Titin Purwaningsih, Achmad Nurmandi
Journal of Governance, Volume 5; doi:10.31506/jog.v5i1.7033

Fauzan Ali Rasyid, Moh. Dulkiah
Journal of Governance, Volume 5; doi:10.31506/jog.v5i1.7597

Hamsinah Djaing, Sangkala Sangkala, Muhammad Rusdi, Andi Ahmad Yani
Journal of Governance, Volume 5; doi:10.31506/jog.v5i1.7722

Arizka Waranegara, Syarief Makhya, Denden Kurnia Drajat
Journal of Governance, Volume 4; doi:10.31506/jog.v4i2.6870

Abstract:
This is a study about the nexus relations among globalisation, democratisation process and its implication upon the political change in Malaysia. Malaysian internal politics is very dynamics and contentious as well as running based on the ethnic consensus. The result recent Malaysian election has changed the Malaysian political landscape. The 61 years regime of Barisan Nasional (BN) has been defeated by the opposition that led by former Malaysian Prime Minister, Mahathir Mohammad. By applying qualitative library research. The result shows that the globalisation has a direct impact on the Malaysian democratisation progress. It also, therefore, influences on creating a political change in Malaysia. This paper argues that globalisation and democratisation process became a trigger factor of new media development. The non BN-linked government media such as Malaysiakini.com and the Malaysian Insider play a significant role in distributing information related to the corruption scandal of BN elites, notably a corruption scandal of Najib Razak, a former Prime Minister of Malaysia.
Monirul Islam
Journal of Governance, Volume 4; doi:10.31506/jog.v4i2.5595

Abstract:
Development, in part, depends on the institutional quality of a state administration (good governance) to respond to the external affair (globalization). To corroborate it, the study aims to investigate the effect of good governance on globalization by employing both Auto Regressive Distributive Lag (ARDL) and VAR-based Variance Decomposition (VDC) estimation techniques in the context of Bangladesh over the period 1990-2016. In addition, almost similar result is found in this nexus while using both two techniques—ARDL and VDC. The study finds that there appears a co-integration between good governance and globalization in which ‘voice and accountability’ affects globalization significantly both in the long and short run. ‘Political stability and no violence’ has significantly negative impact both in the long and short run. Besides, government effectiveness, rule of law, regulatory quality and control of corruption have no substantial impact on globalization in both long and short run. Therefore, the study suggests taking appropriate policy measures to galvanize the core governance/good governance mechanisms to reach the aspired trajectory of globalization.
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