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  • By Arianto A. Patunru, Blane Lewis, and Robert Sparrow Welcome to the 50th-anniversary issue of BIES. We reflect here on the journal’s analysis of Indonesia’s economic development, offering commemorative articles on three prominent themes—foreign direct investment (FDI), trade policy, and infrastructure policy—and their coverage in BIES since 1965. These articles […]

    50th-anniversary issue of BIES now available

    By Arianto A. Patunru, Blane Lewis, and Robert Sparrow Welcome to the 50th-anniversary issue of BIES. We reflect here on the journal’s analysis of Indonesia’s economic development, offering commemorative articles on three prominent themes—foreign direct investment (FDI), trade policy, and infrastructure policy—and their coverage in BIES since 1965. These articles […]

  • An indication of poor economic performance in municipalities/districts with abundant natural resources has set Berly Martawardaya, Triyono Basuki and M. Fadli H to investigate the occurrence of natural resource curse phenomenon at the local level in Indonesia. At the second FKP hosted by Article 33 on 30 July 2015, the […]

    FKP 30 July 2015: Is There a Natural Resource Curse in the Municipalities and Cities of Indonesia?

    An indication of poor economic performance in municipalities/districts with abundant natural resources has set Berly Martawardaya, Triyono Basuki and M. Fadli H to investigate the occurrence of natural resource curse phenomenon at the local level in Indonesia. At the second FKP hosted by Article 33 on 30 July 2015, the […]

  •   By Arianto Patunru In 1990, 30 per cent of Indonesian population had no access to improved drinking water source. Almost 65 per cent lacked access to improved sanitation—and almost 40 per cent defecate in the open. One of the Millennium Development Goals’ objectives is to halve these numbers of disadvantaged by 2015. We explore the […]

    Access to safe drinking water and sanitation in Indonesia

      By Arianto Patunru In 1990, 30 per cent of Indonesian population had no access to improved drinking water source. Almost 65 per cent lacked access to improved sanitation—and almost 40 per cent defecate in the open. One of the Millennium Development Goals’ objectives is to halve these numbers of disadvantaged by 2015. We explore the […]

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