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Sujianto .
Syofian .
Ikhsan .



Purpose of the study:The purpose of this study is to see the potential of local institutional development occupied by the  Akit tribe society in Riau.

Methodology:The method used with a qualitative approach in the search for truth of what models are suitable for the tribal society in improving regional competitiveness in Riau. This method is taken to describe the meaning of social capital in the  Akit tribe society by interviewing, observing, and participating of researchers in institutional activities.

Main Findings:Based on the results of the potential study at the locus of the study are found that the potential of social capital and economic potential which could be a tool to make local organizations can be competitive.

Applications of this study:This study is very important to provide information in the context of development at the local level.

Novelty:Only a very few have examined the local institutional development, especially Akit tribe society in Riau.


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