The Dynamics of Actor Addiction Issues in the Design of Insurance Governance of Indonesian Labor

Anita Kristina, Khusnul Ashar, Iswan Noor, . Susilo

Abstract


This study delivers an overview of the actor interaction process in the insurance management design of Indonesian Labor. The discussion began from exploring the governance mechanism systems in the perspective of institutional design with many dynamic issues. Next, discussing how the actors interact to the same destination and how other players face their dependence on powerful actors. Insurance governance design of Indonesian labor shows the need for management changes, which tends to form a pattern of unequal power structures. Core actors in the management relationship construct a dependency relationship, as a result of unbalanced information and profile load of insane decision-making.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2017.v8n2p37


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