Proceedings of the International Conference on Business Law and Local Wisdom in Tourism (ICBLT 2018)

The Strategy of Strengthening Traditional Market in Providing Right to Work

Authors
I Nyoman Sukandia, Anak Agung Istri Agung
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I Nyoman Sukandia
Available Online November 2018.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/icblt-18.2018.8How to use a DOI?
Keywords
market strengthening strategies; the right to work; traditional markets; toursim sector
Abstract
The existence of modern market in the area of tourism has been a wide concern in Bali. It is predicted that its existence can bring some negative impacts, especially eroding the existence of traditional market and reducing the right of work of traders in traditional markets. This study is aimed to investigate the right of works of traditional traders and to propose some efforts to strengthen them to be more competitive. This study used normative legal method, and the legal materials used included local government regulations on regulating both modern and traditional markets. Data were also collected through interview and field observation. The results showed that the existence of modern markets in the tourism sector has eroded the existence of traditional markets and diminished the right to work of traders in the traditional markets. In order to keep the existence of the traditional markets, strategies to strengthen model in the form of partnership business management, empowerment, and standardizing market services should be implemented. These strategies become the responsibilities to the government and other stakeholders, such as corporate, financial institutions, and communities.
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