Archive for September, 2011

  • This article was originally published in Asia Times online. By Yasmi Adriansyah A regular but prestigious conference on Indonesia will be held in Canberra, Australia, on September 30-October 1. The Indonesia Update Conference 2011 of the Australian National University will host “Indonesia’s Place in the World”. A number of prominent […]

    Questioning Indonesia’s place in the world

    This article was originally published in Asia Times online. By Yasmi Adriansyah A regular but prestigious conference on Indonesia will be held in Canberra, Australia, on September 30-October 1. The Indonesia Update Conference 2011 of the Australian National University will host “Indonesia’s Place in the World”. A number of prominent […]

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  • The August 2011 issue of the Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies is now available online. Here’s a preview of the contents. Our latest ‘Survey of recent developments’, contributed by Daniel Suryadarma and Sudarno Sumarto, emphasises increasing public cynicism towards the parliament, because it has been both unproductive and tainted by […]

    What’s New in the Latest Issue of BIES?

    The August 2011 issue of the Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies is now available online. Here’s a preview of the contents. Our latest ‘Survey of recent developments’, contributed by Daniel Suryadarma and Sudarno Sumarto, emphasises increasing public cynicism towards the parliament, because it has been both unproductive and tainted by […]

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  • by Budy Resosudarmo Sri Mulyani, former Indonesian Minister of Finance and currently Managing Director of the World Bank, gave an address on 23 August 2011 on the G20, issues of importance for developing countries, and Indonesia’s role in that group. More than 200 people packed the Molonglo Theatre at the […]

    Sri Mulyani at the ANU

    by Budy Resosudarmo Sri Mulyani, former Indonesian Minister of Finance and currently Managing Director of the World Bank, gave an address on 23 August 2011 on the G20, issues of importance for developing countries, and Indonesia’s role in that group. More than 200 people packed the Molonglo Theatre at the […]

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