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  • Highlight ANU Indonesia Project hosted an important visit by the Indonesian Minister of Finance, Her Excellency Dr Sri Mulyani Indrawati, and the high level delegation from the Ministry of Finance on 5 November 2018. Dr Sri Mulyani held a policy dialogue with ANU academics on the topic of recent economics […]

    Indonesia Project News no 26, July-December 2018

    Highlight ANU Indonesia Project hosted an important visit by the Indonesian Minister of Finance, Her Excellency Dr Sri Mulyani Indrawati, and the high level delegation from the Ministry of Finance on 5 November 2018. Dr Sri Mulyani held a policy dialogue with ANU academics on the topic of recent economics […]

  • Congratulations to Dr Peter McCawley who on Australia Day 2019 has been appointed as Member (AM) of the Order of Australia for his significant service to the Asia-Pacific region through economic advisory roles. Peter McCawley is an economist who has worked on Indonesian and Asian economic issues for many years. […]

    Dr Peter McCawley receives the Order of Australia

    Congratulations to Dr Peter McCawley who on Australia Day 2019 has been appointed as Member (AM) of the Order of Australia for his significant service to the Asia-Pacific region through economic advisory roles. Peter McCawley is an economist who has worked on Indonesian and Asian economic issues for many years. […]

  • Ross McLeod, ANU Indonesia Project Adjunct Associate Professor, receives a mention in the Economist, Awaiting the fanfare: Indonesia’s economic growth is being held back by populism. It was based from the December 2018 Survey of the Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies. “Local labour can also be pricey. A survey of […]

    Indonesia’s economic growth is being held back by populism

    Ross McLeod, ANU Indonesia Project Adjunct Associate Professor, receives a mention in the Economist, Awaiting the fanfare: Indonesia’s economic growth is being held back by populism. It was based from the December 2018 Survey of the Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies. “Local labour can also be pricey. A survey of […]

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