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  • Summarised by Agnes HT Samosir Economic growth 2015 slowed but better than expected. The final figure for 2015 economic growth was just released this week by Indonesia’s Central Statistics Agency (BPS), it was recorded at 4.79 percent. Growth marked the fifth consecutive annual decline, but was a surprise considering earlier […]

    News Summary 16 January – 5 February 2016

    Summarised by Agnes HT Samosir Economic growth 2015 slowed but better than expected. The final figure for 2015 economic growth was just released this week by Indonesia’s Central Statistics Agency (BPS), it was recorded at 4.79 percent. Growth marked the fifth consecutive annual decline, but was a surprise considering earlier […]

  • Reported by Bayu Tegar Perkasa “Indonesia is experiencing both a fast increase in HIV prevalence and a change in HIV epidemic,” said Adiatama Y.M. Siregar (Center for Economics and Development Studies, Universitas Padjajaran/CEDS UNPAD) in the first FKP on 4 November 2015 held by CEDS UNPAD. Though some interventions have […]

    FKP 4 November 2015: HIV Patients Drop-out in Indonesia

    Reported by Bayu Tegar Perkasa “Indonesia is experiencing both a fast increase in HIV prevalence and a change in HIV epidemic,” said Adiatama Y.M. Siregar (Center for Economics and Development Studies, Universitas Padjajaran/CEDS UNPAD) in the first FKP on 4 November 2015 held by CEDS UNPAD. Though some interventions have […]

  • Reported by Bayu Tegar Perkasa   At the last FKP hosted by SMERU Research Institute, 28 October 2015, Chris Manning (ANU Indonesia Project) and Raden M. Purnagunawan (CEDS UNPAD) presented their work which claims to find empirical evidence of what is known as Lewis Turning Point (LTP) in Indonesia. There […]

    FKP 28 October 2015 Indonesia Employment and Wage Trends – is there a Lewis Turning Point?

    Reported by Bayu Tegar Perkasa   At the last FKP hosted by SMERU Research Institute, 28 October 2015, Chris Manning (ANU Indonesia Project) and Raden M. Purnagunawan (CEDS UNPAD) presented their work which claims to find empirical evidence of what is known as Lewis Turning Point (LTP) in Indonesia. There […]

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