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This study aims to analyze the perspective of collaborative village funds management in Karo Regency. The Village Funds Policy based on Law Number 6 of 2014 concerning Villages mandates Village Funds as a source of Village income which aims to improve the welfare of village communities. Management of village funds is a public policy that requires stakeholder collaboration and is cross-sectoral in nature to achieve its goals. A study on village funds management in Karo Regency can benefit from Emerson, Nabatchi, and Balogh's (2011) concept of collaborative governance. This research uses qualitative methods of data collection, including observation, interviewing, and documenting. A purposive approach was used in this study to identify informants. Data validation uses data triangulation, investigator, theoretical, and methodological. Data analysis uses data reduction, data organization, and data interpretation. Despite Emerson, Nabatchi and Balogh (2011)'s Collaborative Governance concept being fully implemented in village funds management, this study has found that the principles of participation, motivation, and capacity for joint action have not been fully implemented. This is due to the limited access to stakeholder involvement, inequality of stakeholder capacity, transactional work behavior that has not been included in the concept of Collaborative Governance theory. To complete the Collaborative Governance model of Emerson, Nabatchi and Balogh (2011) in the management of Village Funds in Karo Regency, it needs to be equipped with the dimensions of stakeholder accessibility, community political education, professional bureaucracy and Karo culture as new driving factors.
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