Archive for July, 2014

  • Dalam ‘Survey of Recent Developments’, Stephen Howes dan Robin Davies mengevaluasi keberhasilan Presiden Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono (SBY) yang akan segera meninggalkan jabatannya. Mereka menyimpulkan bahwa pemerintahan SBY cukup berhasil (kredibel), meskipun tidak sempurna. Buletin edisi ini naik cetak saat Indonesia sedang mengadakan pemilihan presiden untuk periode selanjutnya, sehingga hasilnya tidak dapat diperkirakan oleh […]

    Apa yang baru dalam Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies edisi Agustus 2014

    Dalam ‘Survey of Recent Developments’, Stephen Howes dan Robin Davies mengevaluasi keberhasilan Presiden Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono (SBY) yang akan segera meninggalkan jabatannya. Mereka menyimpulkan bahwa pemerintahan SBY cukup berhasil (kredibel), meskipun tidak sempurna. Buletin edisi ini naik cetak saat Indonesia sedang mengadakan pemilihan presiden untuk periode selanjutnya, sehingga hasilnya tidak dapat diperkirakan oleh […]

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  • Summarised by Agnes Samosir  Official election count: Joko Widodo is Indonesia’s president-elect. Wednesday (22/07) at 8 pm Western Indonesia Time (WIB), Indonesia’s General Election Committee (KPU) finally named Joko ‘Jokowi’ Widodo as Indonesia’s seventh president and Jusuf ‘JK’ Kalla by official election count. The announcement was made in an event […]

    News Summary: 19-25 July 2014

    Summarised by Agnes Samosir  Official election count: Joko Widodo is Indonesia’s president-elect. Wednesday (22/07) at 8 pm Western Indonesia Time (WIB), Indonesia’s General Election Committee (KPU) finally named Joko ‘Jokowi’ Widodo as Indonesia’s seventh president and Jusuf ‘JK’ Kalla by official election count. The announcement was made in an event […]

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  • Summarised by Agnes Samosir Bank Indonesia warns of capital outflows. Indonesian central bank (BI) gives warning on possible downturn that may be endured by national financial market due to widening current account deficit, which is similar to the situation last year. The warning first came on Tuesday (15/07) as BI […]

    News Summary: 12-18 July 2014

    Summarised by Agnes Samosir Bank Indonesia warns of capital outflows. Indonesian central bank (BI) gives warning on possible downturn that may be endured by national financial market due to widening current account deficit, which is similar to the situation last year. The warning first came on Tuesday (15/07) as BI […]

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  • ANU INDONESIA PROJECT NEWS No. 17 January – June 2014 There were several highlights in the Indonesia Project calendar for the period January-June 2014: Chatib Basri‘s public lecture, Navigating the Indonesian economy at the end of easy money; a special ISG panel on the 2014 parliamentary elections in Indonesia; the […]

    ANU INDONESIA PROJECT NEWS No. 17 January – June 2014

    ANU INDONESIA PROJECT NEWS No. 17 January – June 2014 There were several highlights in the Indonesia Project calendar for the period January-June 2014: Chatib Basri‘s public lecture, Navigating the Indonesian economy at the end of easy money; a special ISG panel on the 2014 parliamentary elections in Indonesia; the […]

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  • Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies: April 2014 (50.1) and August 2014 (50.2) In the April 2014 issue of the Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies (BIES), Shiro Armstrong and Sjamsu Rahardja, in their ‘Survey of Recent Developments’, relate Indonesia’s recent economic slowdown to the end of the commodities boom, which depressed exports, and […]

    Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies: April 2014 (50.1) and August 2014 (50.2)

    Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies: April 2014 (50.1) and August 2014 (50.2) In the April 2014 issue of the Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies (BIES), Shiro Armstrong and Sjamsu Rahardja, in their ‘Survey of Recent Developments’, relate Indonesia’s recent economic slowdown to the end of the commodities boom, which depressed exports, and […]

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  • Free Access to BIES in Indonesia: An Update Economics researchers in Indonesia, we still need your help. The Indonesia Project at ANU is looking to provide about 80 institutions with two years’ free access to BIES, via Taylor & Francis Online. The initiative’s underway, and we’ve now rolled out online subscriptions […]

    Free Access to BIES in Indonesia: An Update

    Free Access to BIES in Indonesia: An Update Economics researchers in Indonesia, we still need your help. The Indonesia Project at ANU is looking to provide about 80 institutions with two years’ free access to BIES, via Taylor & Francis Online. The initiative’s underway, and we’ve now rolled out online subscriptions […]

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  • Summarised by Agnes Samosir  Presidential election July 9: both camps admit wins based on quick count. Indonesians have finally ended its long campaign rallies in this political year with presidential election which was held on July 9. Registered voters amounted for 188 million and until this article is written, there […]

    News Summary: 5-11 July 2014

    Summarised by Agnes Samosir  Presidential election July 9: both camps admit wins based on quick count. Indonesians have finally ended its long campaign rallies in this political year with presidential election which was held on July 9. Registered voters amounted for 188 million and until this article is written, there […]

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  • Summarised by Agnes Samosir  July 9 presidential election invites market reaction. As Indonesia’s presidential campaign period is coming to an end and July 9 election draws closer, reaction emerges from market everywhere. Rupiah volatility hits four-month high before the vote begins. The July vote is considered too close to call as […]

    News Summary: 28 June – 4 July 2014

    Summarised by Agnes Samosir  July 9 presidential election invites market reaction. As Indonesia’s presidential campaign period is coming to an end and July 9 election draws closer, reaction emerges from market everywhere. Rupiah volatility hits four-month high before the vote begins. The July vote is considered too close to call as […]

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