• Prosiding Internasional
  • Dini Turipanam Alamanda, Rahman W. Wijoyo, Fajar S. A. Prabowo, Arif Partono Prasetio
  • 1st International Conference on Economics, Business, Entrepreneurship, and Finance (ICEBEF 2018)


Traditional market in Indonesia is in poor condition in terms of store image and market governance. One of the most crowded traditional market in Indonesia, Kiaracondong Market, is certainly not an exception. One common problem that has caused prolonged conflicts in Kiaracondong Market is the behavior of street vendors who sell in front of the market and block the flow of consumers. This behavior has provoked traditional market tenants that have been put at huge disadvantage. In response to that conflict, the municipal government of Bandung City decided to revitalize Kiaracondong market in 2017. Unexpectedly, this plan even adds more conflict between the three parties: municipal government, street vendors, and market tenants. This study aims to seek for stable solution for conflicts that rose from the revitalization plan of Kiaracondong market. The data used in the analysis are collected by interviewing the representative of street vendors, market tenants, and the municipal government of Bandung City. Then, the results are analyzed by using Graph Model for Conflict Resolution (GMCR). The results of stability and sensitivity analysis are also being discussed. Based on the analysis of the first phase of conflict, the stable solution found on which market tenants are suggested to hold the protest to municipal government about the behavior of street vendors. Meanwhile the street vendors are advised to continue to trade around Kiaracondong Market. In respect to stable solution for the second frame, market tenants are suggested to demand for free kiosk and approve market revitalization as planned by The Government of Bandung City. Keywords: traditional market; conflict resolution; street vendor; market revitalization; GMCR.

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