Archive for April, 2008

  • The second Sadli Lecture was held on 22 April in Jakarta. The main speaker was Bert Hofman, discussing comparative Chinese-Indonesian development strategies. Bert Hofman As well, there were some very moving appreciations of the late Professor Sadli, who passed away last January, from Pak Subroto, a contemporary of Sadli’s, Jamie […]

    Second Annual Sadli Lecture

    The second Sadli Lecture was held on 22 April in Jakarta. The main speaker was Bert Hofman, discussing comparative Chinese-Indonesian development strategies. Bert Hofman As well, there were some very moving appreciations of the late Professor Sadli, who passed away last January, from Pak Subroto, a contemporary of Sadli’s, Jamie […]

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  • In their new Survey of Recent Developments in the April 2008 issue of the Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies, Tao Kong and Arief Ramayandi report continued solid economic progress through 2007. Consumer spending was buoyant and investment spending accelerated noticeably in the second half, especially on machinery and equipment; this […]

    Latest Survey of Recent Developments

    In their new Survey of Recent Developments in the April 2008 issue of the Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies, Tao Kong and Arief Ramayandi report continued solid economic progress through 2007. Consumer spending was buoyant and investment spending accelerated noticeably in the second half, especially on machinery and equipment; this […]

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  • The Indonesia Project will launch a Special Issue of the Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies, focusing on Rice Policy in Indonesia, at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Jakarta, on Thursday 24 April, 2008.

    Launch of Special Issue of BIES on Rice Policy in Indonesia

    The Indonesia Project will launch a Special Issue of the Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies, focusing on Rice Policy in Indonesia, at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Jakarta, on Thursday 24 April, 2008.

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  • The Institute of Economic and Social Research (LPEM), University of Indonesia holds an annual lecture series entitled “The Sadli Lecture Series in Economic Policy” in cooperation with the Indonesia Project. The aim of the lecture series is to broaden understanding and stimulate debate among students, academics and policy makers of […]

    The Sadli Lecture Series in Economic Policy

    The Institute of Economic and Social Research (LPEM), University of Indonesia holds an annual lecture series entitled “The Sadli Lecture Series in Economic Policy” in cooperation with the Indonesia Project. The aim of the lecture series is to broaden understanding and stimulate debate among students, academics and policy makers of […]

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