Indonesia Project Activities Archive

  • We are happy to report that the 2017 Indonesia Update is one of the most successful Updates we have ever conducted in regards with the quality of presentations, speakers and the number of participants. Held at ANU on 15 and 16 September 2017, the two-day conference was attended by 550 […]

    Indonesia Update 2017. Globalisation, nationalism and sovereignty

    We are happy to report that the 2017 Indonesia Update is one of the most successful Updates we have ever conducted in regards with the quality of presentations, speakers and the number of participants. Held at ANU on 15 and 16 September 2017, the two-day conference was attended by 550 […]

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  •   As a follow up to the Indonesia Update conference, the ANU Indonesia Project extends part of the conference to other cities in Australia – these events are named “Mini Indonesia Update”. This year we collaborate with the Lowy Institute in Sydney and the Institute for International Trade at the […]

    Indonesia Mini Updates at Lowy Institute and The University of Adelaide

      As a follow up to the Indonesia Update conference, the ANU Indonesia Project extends part of the conference to other cities in Australia – these events are named “Mini Indonesia Update”. This year we collaborate with the Lowy Institute in Sydney and the Institute for International Trade at the […]

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  • In 2015, the ANU Indonesia Project initiated the Young Scientist Forum (YSF) in collaboration with the association of Indonesian students in the United States of America (Persatuan Pelajar Indonesia di Amerika Serikat or PPIA) and four universities in Indonesia. The YSF brings recent PhD graduates in natural sciences to universities […]

    Young Scientist Forum 2017 hosted by Universitas Indonesia

    In 2015, the ANU Indonesia Project initiated the Young Scientist Forum (YSF) in collaboration with the association of Indonesian students in the United States of America (Persatuan Pelajar Indonesia di Amerika Serikat or PPIA) and four universities in Indonesia. The YSF brings recent PhD graduates in natural sciences to universities […]

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  •   Activities There were several highlights in the Indonesia Project calendar for the period January–June 2017. The Head of the ANU Indonesia Project, Associate Professor Budy Resosudarmo attended a State lunch on 26 February in honour of His Excellency Mr Joko Widodo, President of the Republic of Indonesia and Her […]

    Indonesia Project News No. 23, January-June 2017

      Activities There were several highlights in the Indonesia Project calendar for the period January–June 2017. The Head of the ANU Indonesia Project, Associate Professor Budy Resosudarmo attended a State lunch on 26 February in honour of His Excellency Mr Joko Widodo, President of the Republic of Indonesia and Her […]

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  •     Each year since 1983 the ANU Indonesia Project convenes a conference on Indonesia in Canberra, Australia: The Indonesia Update,  the largest conference on Indonesia held outside of Indonesia. In 2016, the Indonesia Update was on the topic of ‘Digital Indonesia’ which resulted in the book Digital Indonesia: connectivity […]

    Launch of Digital Indonesia: connectivity and divergence

        Each year since 1983 the ANU Indonesia Project convenes a conference on Indonesia in Canberra, Australia: The Indonesia Update,  the largest conference on Indonesia held outside of Indonesia. In 2016, the Indonesia Update was on the topic of ‘Digital Indonesia’ which resulted in the book Digital Indonesia: connectivity […]

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  • Ten Indonesia Study Group (ISG) seminars were held in the first half of 2017, with topics including economics, social change, climate change and politics. There were 14 speakers in total, three of them female, three international speakers and five from interstate. One of the highlights of this semester’s ISG was the first ISG […]

    The Indonesia Study Group in the first semester of 2017

    Ten Indonesia Study Group (ISG) seminars were held in the first half of 2017, with topics including economics, social change, climate change and politics. There were 14 speakers in total, three of them female, three international speakers and five from interstate. One of the highlights of this semester’s ISG was the first ISG […]

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  • In the first half of 2017, the Forum Kajian Pembangunan (FKP) continued to expand both in terms of the number of events and audience size. Between January and June 2017, 22 events were held, including 5 special events. In comparison, 21 and 20 events were held in the first half of […]

    FKP in the first half of 2017

    In the first half of 2017, the Forum Kajian Pembangunan (FKP) continued to expand both in terms of the number of events and audience size. Between January and June 2017, 22 events were held, including 5 special events. In comparison, 21 and 20 events were held in the first half of […]

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  • The ANU Indonesia Project would like to congratulate Ms Sarah Dong who was recently selected as the recipient of the ANU Indonesia Project Research Fellowship for a period of two years.  The ANU Indonesia Project received a high number of excellent applications, and would like to thank all those that […]

    Recipient of the ANU Indonesia Project Research Fellowship

    The ANU Indonesia Project would like to congratulate Ms Sarah Dong who was recently selected as the recipient of the ANU Indonesia Project Research Fellowship for a period of two years.  The ANU Indonesia Project received a high number of excellent applications, and would like to thank all those that […]

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  • In the April 2017 issue (53.1) of BIES, Sarah Xue Dong and Chris Manning, in the latest Survey of Recent Developments, focus on the testing times facing Indonesia’s labour market. The authors argue that although some policies—such as the new approach to minimum wages—seem to have had beneficial effects for […]

    Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies (BIES) April 2017

    In the April 2017 issue (53.1) of BIES, Sarah Xue Dong and Chris Manning, in the latest Survey of Recent Developments, focus on the testing times facing Indonesia’s labour market. The authors argue that although some policies—such as the new approach to minimum wages—seem to have had beneficial effects for […]

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  • On Tuesday, 9 May 2017, LPEM Faculty of Economics and Business Universitas Indonesia (FEB UI) and the ANU Indonesia Project convened the 11th Sadli Lecture in Jakarta, Indonesia.  This year’s Sadli Lecture speaker was Muhamad Chatib Basri of Universitas Indonesia and CReco Consulting, and former Minister of Finance (2013-2014). Dr Basri’s […]

    The 11th Sadli Lecture with Muhamad Chatib Basri in Jakarta

    On Tuesday, 9 May 2017, LPEM Faculty of Economics and Business Universitas Indonesia (FEB UI) and the ANU Indonesia Project convened the 11th Sadli Lecture in Jakarta, Indonesia.  This year’s Sadli Lecture speaker was Muhamad Chatib Basri of Universitas Indonesia and CReco Consulting, and former Minister of Finance (2013-2014). Dr Basri’s […]

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