Archive for November, 2014

  • This article was originally published by the Center for Economics and Development Studies (CEDS) Padjajaran University. Despite weaker economic growth for 2014, Indonesian economy is forecasted to start recovering in the fourth quarter of this year, and to rebound to 5.7% growth in 2015. At the same time, inflation will […]

    FKP 28 November 2014: Indonesian economic outlook

    This article was originally published by the Center for Economics and Development Studies (CEDS) Padjajaran University. Despite weaker economic growth for 2014, Indonesian economy is forecasted to start recovering in the fourth quarter of this year, and to rebound to 5.7% growth in 2015. At the same time, inflation will […]

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  • Good news! The third round of the Travel Research Grants is now open. Up to four grants, of up to $5000 each will be awarded in this round. Applicants must submit all relevant documentation, including an indicative budget, to Indonesia.Project@anu.edu.au, by 15 December 2014. More information on how to apply […]

    Research Travel Grants

    Good news! The third round of the Travel Research Grants is now open. Up to four grants, of up to $5000 each will be awarded in this round. Applicants must submit all relevant documentation, including an indicative budget, to Indonesia.Project@anu.edu.au, by 15 December 2014. More information on how to apply […]

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  • “(this grant) has enabled our institutions (Hasanuddin University in Makassar and James Cook University in Townsville) to start doing research together, and from here the two institutions can continue with both research and teaching and research supervision programs into the future.” – Dr Naomi Gardiner from James Cook University ANU […]

    Call for proposals: Research Grants 2015/2016

    “(this grant) has enabled our institutions (Hasanuddin University in Makassar and James Cook University in Townsville) to start doing research together, and from here the two institutions can continue with both research and teaching and research supervision programs into the future.” – Dr Naomi Gardiner from James Cook University ANU […]

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  • Summarised by Agnes Samosir Subsidised-fuel price is finally raised. Indonesian government has finally embarked on a new bold step to reduce its fuel subsidy after the new administration under President Joko ‘Jokowi’ Widodo took office not more than a month ago (Jokowi was inaugurated president on October 20th). The impact of […]

    News Summary: 15-21 Nov 2014

    Summarised by Agnes Samosir Subsidised-fuel price is finally raised. Indonesian government has finally embarked on a new bold step to reduce its fuel subsidy after the new administration under President Joko ‘Jokowi’ Widodo took office not more than a month ago (Jokowi was inaugurated president on October 20th). The impact of […]

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  •   The first ANU Indonesia Project – SMERU Research Institute Research Grants Workshop was held in Hedley Bull Centre on 5 November 2014. During this one day workshop the grants recipients present their research findings that are currently underway. The Research Grants are developed to stimulate research cooperation between Indonesian […]

    Research Grants Workshop at ANU

      The first ANU Indonesia Project – SMERU Research Institute Research Grants Workshop was held in Hedley Bull Centre on 5 November 2014. During this one day workshop the grants recipients present their research findings that are currently underway. The Research Grants are developed to stimulate research cooperation between Indonesian […]

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  • On 22 September 2014, the Lowy Institute for International Policy in collaboration with the ANU Indonesia Project held an Indonesia Mini Update which evaluated the latest developments in the Indonesian economy and political landscape, as well as other regional developments. It was the ninth occasion that the Mini Update was […]

    Indonesia Mini Update at the Lowy Institute

    On 22 September 2014, the Lowy Institute for International Policy in collaboration with the ANU Indonesia Project held an Indonesia Mini Update which evaluated the latest developments in the Indonesian economy and political landscape, as well as other regional developments. It was the ninth occasion that the Mini Update was […]

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  • Summarised by Agnes Samosir October inflation higher but remains in line with target. This week, Indonesian Central Statistics Agency (BPS) launched the inflation data for the month of October. Based on the rise in the Consumer Price Index (CPI), monthly inflation stood at 0.47 percent and was higher than the […]

    News Summary: 1-7 November 2014

    Summarised by Agnes Samosir October inflation higher but remains in line with target. This week, Indonesian Central Statistics Agency (BPS) launched the inflation data for the month of October. Based on the rise in the Consumer Price Index (CPI), monthly inflation stood at 0.47 percent and was higher than the […]

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  • Videos from Indonesia Update Conference 2014:   The second day of the 2014 Update Conference drew attendance from more than 200 people. Sharon Bessell (ANU) chaired the first session of the day on security human rights and civil liberties. Sidney Jones (Institute for Policy Analysis of Conflict) raised the issue […]

    Indonesia Update Conference 2014: Day 2

    Videos from Indonesia Update Conference 2014:   The second day of the 2014 Update Conference drew attendance from more than 200 people. Sharon Bessell (ANU) chaired the first session of the day on security human rights and civil liberties. Sidney Jones (Institute for Policy Analysis of Conflict) raised the issue […]

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  • Videos from Indonesia Update 2014:   Since 1983, the Indonesia Project and the ANU Department of Political and Social Change have jointly convened the Indonesia Update conference, designed to overview development in Indonesia. The 32nd Indonesia Update Conference, the largest annual conference on Indonesia in the world, outside of Indonesia, […]

    Indonesia Update Conference 2014: Day 1

    Videos from Indonesia Update 2014:   Since 1983, the Indonesia Project and the ANU Department of Political and Social Change have jointly convened the Indonesia Update conference, designed to overview development in Indonesia. The 32nd Indonesia Update Conference, the largest annual conference on Indonesia in the world, outside of Indonesia, […]

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