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Reformasi Birokrasi 2

Apa itu birokrasi? Mengapa birokrasi mesti direformasi? Apa kaitannya dengan kapasitas pemerintah? Bagaimana Reformasi Birokrasi dilakukan? Sejauh apa dampak Reformasi Birokrasi bagi kinerja pemerintah dan kepentingan warga-negara?

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