DEVELOPING A FRAMEWORK OF INTERACTIONS AMONG STAKEHOLDERS IN THE GOVERNANCE OF INDONESIAN FORESTSI. Made Sukresna, Deden Dinar Iskandar and Jaka Aminata
This review synthesises the literature studying interactions among stakeholders in Indonesian forest governance. Having described major trends in former studies, the study discusses evidences and best practices in the management of Indonesian forests. It then discusses the framework proposal for depicting interactions among government, local people, and private companies. Key aspects to consider in the discussion are how to design effective mechanisms and incentives that may minimize frictions among the stakeholders. Such mechanisms may lead to forest sustainability. The review concludes by discussing avenues for future research.