Macroeconomic, Structural and Social Policy Priorities for the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste (RDTL) with Visa Exemption for the State of Indonesia

Citation: Diana San Tabun, Rex Tiran (2022). Macroeconomic, Structural and Social Policy Priorities for the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste (RDTL) with Visa Exemption for the State of Indonesia (Case study: Cross-border Service Post RDTL and the State of Indonesia). Bank and Policy, 2(3):6-16
DOI: 
Reseived:  MAR 15, 2022
Accepted:  APR 30, 2022

PDF DOWNLOAD

ABSTRACT
"The implementation of the political policies of the east timor government regarding visa waiver for Indonesian citizens in 2019" (case study of postal service cross border mota 'ain,kabupaen belu, tasifeto district east, village of silawan). "Results, studies of political science, department of social and political sciences, nusa cendana university" In the implementation of the free visa policy for Indonesian citizens, it is either a mutual policy or a high school acceptance made by the east timor government to the Indonesian government, which, under the 2016 ban on visa free to visit foreign citizens, The government at east timor in bilateral relations has made a visa - free policy for Indonesian citizens based on a government resolution or resoluble coes at government number 25/2019.  The type of visa that is exempt is the type of tourism visa or touristvisa. a tourist visa can be valid for 30 daysand can be extended for 60 days. The purpose of this visa-free policy is to support TimorLeste’s economyin the tourism sector and can be recognized internationally. Among others by the World Trade Organization (WTO) and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). The qualitative method of judging, the study is carried out for 3 months in February 2020. Cba said cgi would be able to improve cbi's decision to increase its investment in the second quarter of 2007. The research informant has nine people. Sive intelligence technique for informants. The result of research that the east timor government is pursuing a policy is that it can pay attention and optimize the implementation of a free visa policy by performing socialization, by conducting referrals, conducting supervision and by the Economic, Social andPolitical Environment.
Keywords: Macroeconomic, Structural and Social Policy Priorities, Visa Exemption

References:
1.    Adi, Budi Wiyanto (2008). Kamus Besar Bahasa Indonesia.
2.    Arief Ramayandi (2014). Indonesia's Economy since Independence, Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies, 50:1, 148-149, DOI: 10.1080/00074918.2014.896247
3.    Berly Martawardaya, Ari Rakatama, Dhenny Yuartha Junifta & Dinda Ayu Mahara-ni (2022). Green economy post COVID-19: insights from Indonesia, Development in Practice, 32:1, 98-106, DOI: 10.1080/09614524.2021.2002817
4.    Berly Martawardaya, Ari Rakatama, Dhenny Yuartha Junifta & Dinda Ayu Mahara-ni (2022). Green economy post COVID-19: insights from Indonesia, Development in Practice, 32:1, 98-106, DOI: 10.1080/09614524.2021.2002817
5.    Herbert Wibert Victor Hasudungan & Sulthon Sjahril Sabaruddin (2018). Financing Re-newable Energy in Indonesia: A CGE Analysis of Feed-In Tariff Schemes, Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies, 54:2, 233-264, DOI: 10.1080/00074918.2018.1450961
6.    Metodologis ke Arah Ragam Varian Kontemporer. (2019). Jakarta,  PT Rajagrafindo . Jornal da Republica. Publicacao Ofcial Da Timor Leste Bebas Visa,1-2 
7.    Kym Anderson & Mari Pangestu (1998). Structural Changes in a Reforming World Economy: Implications for Indonesia, Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Stud-ies, 34:3, 85-113, DOI: 10.1080/00074919812331337430
8.    Monintja Yere Mia,dkk. (2015). implementasi kebijakan bebas visa kunjungan”.
9.    Parsons, Talcott (1969) Politics and Social Structure, New York. The Free Press.
10.    Social System and the Evolution of Action Theory (1977), New York. The Free Press.
11.    Toward a General Theory of Action (1951). Cambridge Massachusetts. Harvard University Press.
12.    Wing Thye Woo & Chang Hong (2010) Indonesia's economic performance in comparative perspective and a new policy framework for 2049, Bulletin of In-donesian Economic Studies, 46:1, 33-64, DOI: 10.1080/00074911003642237

Authors:
273