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Licensing, Creative Industries, Sustainable Development, AEC, Surakarta
Purpose of Study: The purpose of this study is to describe the growth of the creative industries in the city of Surakarta, formulate the sustainable development licensing model of creative industries in the era of ASEAN economic community (AEC) through legitimacy as a legal umbrella by designing the local regulation on creative industry.
Methodology: This type of research is a juridical-empirical study with a qualitative non-doctrinal approach. The policy offered is a policy with the Fishbone model analysis which sequentially describes a visual list composed of various causes that affect in process who has done by connecting one cause to another. Each affect will be arranged according to the cause, and aims to classify some causes based on category. The identification process is done by looking for the root cause which influences in irrelevance the sustainable development creative industries legality in the city of Surakarta, namely: Local Government; Regulation; Creative Industry Businessman and the environment who will describe with a small bone. While the big bone is the result of the analysis of the root of the problem of the four indicators mentioned above, which is the root of the problem (the big bone) the irrelevance of the sustainable development creative industries legality in the city of Surakarta.
Results: Based on the results, this research showed that there has been an increasing trend of creative industry growth in the city of Surakarta in 2015-2016 which touched the number 495 creative industries. However, the data show that in 2015-2016 only 10% of creative industries have business licenses and 90% not have the business license.
Implications: Therefore, the local government has to make and formulate the local regulations as licence of sustainable development creative industries in the city of Surakarta and designing the guideline book to make easier for the society in order to understand the rules.
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