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  • ACTIVITIES The Indonesia – Australia High Level Policy Dialogue 2016 was held on 7 March at the Ministry of Finance in Jakarta. Based on the preparatory meeting and subsequent discussions between the Indonesia Project and Indonesia’s Ministry of Finance, the topics covered industrial policy, fiscal policy and reform, as well […]

    ANU Indonesia Project News no. 21, January-June 2016

    ACTIVITIES The Indonesia – Australia High Level Policy Dialogue 2016 was held on 7 March at the Ministry of Finance in Jakarta. Based on the preparatory meeting and subsequent discussions between the Indonesia Project and Indonesia’s Ministry of Finance, the topics covered industrial policy, fiscal policy and reform, as well […]

  •   On Wednesday 22 June, the ANU Indonesia Project held a roundtable discussion at the ANU with a delegation from Akademi Ilmu Pengetahuan Indonesia (AIPI), the Indonesian Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education (Kemenristekdikti) and Knowledge Sector Initiatives (KSI). The meeting was facilitated by the Australian Department of Foreign […]

    Roundtable with Indonesian Science Academy (AIPI) and Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education

      On Wednesday 22 June, the ANU Indonesia Project held a roundtable discussion at the ANU with a delegation from Akademi Ilmu Pengetahuan Indonesia (AIPI), the Indonesian Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education (Kemenristekdikti) and Knowledge Sector Initiatives (KSI). The meeting was facilitated by the Australian Department of Foreign […]

  • By Pierre van der Eng This article was first published in the Jakarta Post. There is increasing concern about Indonesia’s slowing gross domestic product (GDP) growth during the last few years to 4.8 percent during 2015. Slowing economic growth has several consequences; most importantly it foreshadows slower growth of new […]

    Indonesia’s unprecedented productivity growth

    By Pierre van der Eng This article was first published in the Jakarta Post. There is increasing concern about Indonesia’s slowing gross domestic product (GDP) growth during the last few years to 4.8 percent during 2015. Slowing economic growth has several consequences; most importantly it foreshadows slower growth of new […]

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