Financial Crisis in the Public Sector: Trends and Solutions in Indonesia

Dewi Indriani(1*), Yose Andrea(2),

(1) Universitas Wanita Internasional, Indonesia
(2) Universitas Wanita Internasional, Indonesia
(*) Corresponding Author



Abstract


This article examines the trends and solutions related to financial crises in the public sector in Indonesia. Financial crises can significantly impact the stability and efficiency of public sector institutions, hindering their ability to provide essential services to citizens. The study aims to analyze the causes and consequences of financial crises in the public sector, identify emerging trends in Indonesia, and propose solutions to mitigate the impact of such crises. The research adopts a mixed-method approach, combining quantitative data analysis and qualitative case studies. The findings highlight the importance of sound financial management practices, transparency, and accountability in preventing and addressing financial crises in the public sector.


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Financial crisis; public sector; financial management; accountability

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