Archive for June, 2008

  • Following is the Summary of the new Survey of Recent Developments, to be published in the August issue of the Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies. The full Survey should be available online to subscribers within two weeks. The 10th anniversary of Soeharto’s resignation was coloured by disappointment with the slowness […]

    Survey of Recent Developments

    Following is the Summary of the new Survey of Recent Developments, to be published in the August issue of the Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies. The full Survey should be available online to subscribers within two weeks. The 10th anniversary of Soeharto’s resignation was coloured by disappointment with the slowness […]

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  • The Australia Indonesia Governance Research Partnership (AIGRP) invites researchers to submit proposals for collaborative research projects addressing major governance issues in Indonesia. Teams must consist of at least one Indonesia-based and one Australia-based principal researcher. Proposals will be assessed on a competitive basis. Deadline for submission is Monday 29 September […]

    Funding Opportunity for Governance Research in Indonesia

    The Australia Indonesia Governance Research Partnership (AIGRP) invites researchers to submit proposals for collaborative research projects addressing major governance issues in Indonesia. Teams must consist of at least one Indonesia-based and one Australia-based principal researcher. Proposals will be assessed on a competitive basis. Deadline for submission is Monday 29 September […]

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  • The Australia-Indonesia Institute invites applications from young people, aged between 21 and 25 (at the time of application), willing to represent Australia for two months in Indonesia during December 2008 and January 2009 as members of the AIYEP 2008-09. Looks like a wonderful opportunity! Details here.

    Australia-Indonesia Youth Exchange Program

    The Australia-Indonesia Institute invites applications from young people, aged between 21 and 25 (at the time of application), willing to represent Australia for two months in Indonesia during December 2008 and January 2009 as members of the AIYEP 2008-09. Looks like a wonderful opportunity! Details here.

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  • The debate about fuel prices in Indonesia raises key issues of immediate policy importance.  However, the debate is even more important for the broader ideas about prices that underpin the issues.  In Indonesia, as in many other developing countries in Asia, the idea that it is the job of government […]

    A debate about price suppression in Indonesia?

    The debate about fuel prices in Indonesia raises key issues of immediate policy importance.  However, the debate is even more important for the broader ideas about prices that underpin the issues.  In Indonesia, as in many other developing countries in Asia, the idea that it is the job of government […]

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  • On May 29, 2008, BPS (Badan Pusat Statistik) and BI (Bank Indonesia) launched a new data system for Indonesia: the 2005 Financial Social Accounting Matrix (FSAM or Sistem Neraca Social Ekonomi Financial).  In principle, the new data system combines the traditional SAM published regularly by BPS every five years since […]

    BPS and BI Published a New Data System

    On May 29, 2008, BPS (Badan Pusat Statistik) and BI (Bank Indonesia) launched a new data system for Indonesia: the 2005 Financial Social Accounting Matrix (FSAM or Sistem Neraca Social Ekonomi Financial).  In principle, the new data system combines the traditional SAM published regularly by BPS every five years since […]

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  • Indonesia Project member Ross McLeod was a late inclusion on the program for this two-day event, on 21-22 May 2008, at the Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI) in Jakarta, marking the tenth anniversary of former President Soeharto’s resignation. The conference was jointly organised by LIPI, the Habibie Centre, and the […]

    Indonesia’s Decade of Democratization: The Rise of Constitutional Democracy

    Indonesia Project member Ross McLeod was a late inclusion on the program for this two-day event, on 21-22 May 2008, at the Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI) in Jakarta, marking the tenth anniversary of former President Soeharto’s resignation. The conference was jointly organised by LIPI, the Habibie Centre, and the […]

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