Journal of Regional and Rural Development Planning (Jurnal Perencanaan Pembangunan Wilayah dan Perdesaan) - JP2WD, is initiated and organized by Center for Regional System Analysis, Planning, and Development (CRESTPENT) of Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia (IPB), Study Program of Regional and Rural  Development Planning Sciences IPB, Study Program of Regional Planning Sciences IPB, and Association of Rural and Regional Development Planning Alumni.

JP2WD is a publication media for original manuscripsts related to regional and rural planning and development written in Bahasa or English. JP2WD is published three times a year (February, June, and October). Manuscripts accepted for publication in JP2WD may be results of the latest scientific research (maximum during the past 10 years), policy analysis, research note, and Region/rural profile and issues.

JP2WD covers topics related to regional science, regional and/or rural planning, regional economics, spatial and environmental planning, regional information system, community development, and public policy.

Manuscript received shall never been published before and not in the process of scientific publication in national and/or international publications. Manuscripts shall be written in accordance to the JP2WD manuscript writing guideline.

Manuscripts received by the editorial office will be sent to the editor. Editor will select and shortlist the manuscripts. The editor will ask authors to make improvements/revisions before the manuscript is sent to reviewers. Shortlisted manuscripts will be reviewed by minimum two experts in the concerned field. Corresponding authors will be informed by e-mail on the progress of their submission. 


Current Issue

Vol. 7 No. 1 (2023): Journal of Regional and Rural Development Planning (Jurnal Perencanaan Pembangunan Wilayah dan Perdesaan)

Regional Resource Evaluation and Rural Development Transformation

Rural village development is a major concern of the Indonesian government, and it has grown rapidly in the last decade. One of the key questions surrounding this development is the extent to which Indonesia's rural development process is capable of reducing poverty in rural areas. Kamaludin's research in this journal looks at the relationship between development patterns and poverty. This demonstrates that when the dominant agriculture-based villages are adequately equipped or have transformed into the service and other sectors, the strongest correlation to the decline in the number of poor people in rural areas occurs. Meanwhile, the shift to the trade sector demonstrates that its impact on the poor population remains minimal. The transportation and industrial sectors are not shown to be effective in reducing poverty.

Published: 2023-02-28


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