STAKEHOLDER MANAGEMENT: CONFLICT AND INTEREST IN TIN MINING INDUSTRY INDONESIA (CASE STUDY BANGKA BELITUNG PROVINCE)
AbstractThe aim of our study was to assess each stakeholder mapping to the role, interest level, power and the impact of the tin mining industries in Indonesia. Specifically, this study was to find a key players which affect the tin mining industries in Bangka Belitung and analyzed the influence and impact on the industries. The problem in tin mining which the existence of interest in tin mining land domination of Bangka Belitung has been going on when the switching between powerful stakeholders (Hendra 2012). The design used in this study was structured in-depth interviews of expert stakeholders in tin mining industries in Bangka Belitung with stakeholder management approach. The results of the study showed that stakeholders not directly involved in tin mining activities but highly affects the sustainability of the tin mining industries in Bangka Belitung. There are seven major stakeholders in tin mining industry; central government, local government, local communities, small scale mining and suppliers, manufacturers and investors as well as law enforcement.
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Irawan, R. R., Sumarwan, U., Suharjo, B., & Djohar, S. (2014). STAKEHOLDER MANAGEMENT: CONFLICT AND INTEREST IN TIN MINING INDUSTRY INDONESIA (CASE STUDY BANGKA BELITUNG PROVINCE). European Scientific Journal, ESJ, 10(25). https://doi.org/10.19044/esj.2014.v10n25p%p