DIMENSI SOSIAL EKONOMI BANTUAN SISWA MISKIN DI TTS NTT

Francisia W. Bello

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The BSM cash transfer scheme aimed to reach one-third of Indonesian households  to provide some compensation for the reduction in the fuel subsidy at a time of rapid  fuel and food – particularly rice – price inflation. Cash was disbursed in several rounds in 2007-2014. BSM attracted considerable negative public attention due to widespread protests, chiefly as a result of perceived inaccuracies in relation  to beneficiary selection; some protests were violent, and the programme as a whole suffered from adverse public attention. But BSM is specifically for helping student from elementary school to senior high school

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Student, Programmee, Poor

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15575/jp.v6i1.1750

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