Developing IAD-based Interactive Tourism Resource Governance to Support Indigenous Peoples-friendly Tourism Development

Rahmat Sanjaya, Novita Tresiana, Noverman Duadji


The study is motivated by the conflict of tourism resource utilization due to neglect of indigenous peoples' rights and local knowledge, which has failed to improve welfare and justice for local indigenous communities and weakened the sustainability of tourism development. The study introduces Institutional analysis development (IAD) as a new tourism governance framework. The new framework focuses on analyzing the multifactor policymaking process, the functioning of institutions, and the integration of contextual factors in each policy process—institutional Policy results linkages between knowledge, expertise, and policymaking through new coalitions with indigenous communities. The study formulates the problem of crucial/contextual factors in formulating tourism development policies. The research aims to find determinants in developing models and strategies for indigenous community-friendly tourism resource management using prospective analysis methods. The results showed five determining factors in formulating a model strategy to develop indigenous-friendly tourism: local resource-based economic products, protection and development of culture and cultural heritage (sites), watershed improvement, revitalization of customary institutions, and policies


Governance, tourism resources, institutional analysis development, indigenous peoples, tourism development

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