Arus Bebas Tenaga Kerja dalam Era Masyarakat Ekonomi ASEAN: Ancaman bagi Indonesia?

*Stanislaus Risadi Apresian -  Universitas Katolik Parahyangan, Indonesia
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Abstract

ASEAN Economic Community has been entered into force in December 31st, 2015. A free labour movement is one of major agendas to support the establishment of ASEAN as a single market and production base of ASEAN. This agenda becomes a hot debate since it can be an opportunity or threat for Indonesia. In fact, most of Indonesian people view it as a threat for Indonesia. On the contrary to that view, this research takes a clear position to support that a free labour movement is not a threat for Indonesia. This research is aimed to give a new perspective to see labour market liberalization in ASEAN not as a threat by giving new empirical findings. Theoritically, this research will give new empirical findings to explain that a free labour movement is not a threat for Indonesia by using liberal-institutionalis perspective. Practically, this research will give some policy recommendations addressed to the Government of Indonesia and other stakeholders related to employment issue.


Keywords: ASEAN Economic Community, free labour movement, Indonesia

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