Archive for June, 2014

  •   A book launch for the 2013 Update Book: Regional dynamics in a decentralised Indonesia was held at the Institute of Technology Bandung on 10 June. This was organised by the School of Architecture, Planning and Policy Development (SAPPK) ITB.   The Launch started with the Dean of SAPPK gave […]

    Regional dynamics in a decentralised Indonesia’s Book Launch in ITB

      A book launch for the 2013 Update Book: Regional dynamics in a decentralised Indonesia was held at the Institute of Technology Bandung on 10 June. This was organised by the School of Architecture, Planning and Policy Development (SAPPK) ITB.   The Launch started with the Dean of SAPPK gave […]

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  •     The Hadi Soesastro Policy Forum is an annual one day policy forum aimed to disseminate and engage discussion on Indonesia’s public policies. In each of this Forum, an Update Book based from Indonesia Update Conference from the previous year is launched. The 2014 Forum was held on 9 […]

    Hadi Soesastro Policy Forum 2014

        The Hadi Soesastro Policy Forum is an annual one day policy forum aimed to disseminate and engage discussion on Indonesia’s public policies. In each of this Forum, an Update Book based from Indonesia Update Conference from the previous year is launched. The 2014 Forum was held on 9 […]

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  • Summarised by Agnes Samosir  Huge fiscal burden is passed onto next government. Indonesian government decided to transfer about IDR 50 trilion (USD 4.2 billion) of this year’s energy subsidy allocation to the 2015 state budget, passing the burden onto next government. The energy subsidy amount was agreed to be increased […]

    News Summary: 14-20 June 2014

    Summarised by Agnes Samosir  Huge fiscal burden is passed onto next government. Indonesian government decided to transfer about IDR 50 trilion (USD 4.2 billion) of this year’s energy subsidy allocation to the 2015 state budget, passing the burden onto next government. The energy subsidy amount was agreed to be increased […]

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  • By Ross McLeod This article was originally posted in New Mandala. An unexpected aspect of Jokowi’s presentation in the first candidates’ debate was his emphasis on the fact that his party had moved away from offering the party leader as its presidential candidate to selecting the best person for the […]

    A better bureaucracy?

    By Ross McLeod This article was originally posted in New Mandala. An unexpected aspect of Jokowi’s presentation in the first candidates’ debate was his emphasis on the fact that his party had moved away from offering the party leader as its presidential candidate to selecting the best person for the […]

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  • Summarised by Agnes Samosir  Foreign investors wait to see who will be president.  Foreign investors are currently in waiting position in anticipation of who will become Indonesia’s next president. A tight July 9 election pits popular Jakarta governor (currently on leave) Joko Widodo against businessman and ex-general Prabowo Subianto. Both […]

    News Summary: 7-13 June 2014

    Summarised by Agnes Samosir  Foreign investors wait to see who will be president.  Foreign investors are currently in waiting position in anticipation of who will become Indonesia’s next president. A tight July 9 election pits popular Jakarta governor (currently on leave) Joko Widodo against businessman and ex-general Prabowo Subianto. Both […]

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  • Summarised by Agnes Samosir Government to consider reducing subsidized-fuel volume. Government of Indonesia is at the moment considering to cut subsidized fuel in terms of volume in order to resolve the swelling fuel subsidy problem in the budget. The current volume in the budget is 48 million kilolitres and, although has […]

    News Summary: 24-30 May 2014

    Summarised by Agnes Samosir Government to consider reducing subsidized-fuel volume. Government of Indonesia is at the moment considering to cut subsidized fuel in terms of volume in order to resolve the swelling fuel subsidy problem in the budget. The current volume in the budget is 48 million kilolitres and, although has […]

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