Archive for April, 2015

  •   Two Indonesia Project staff members have been able to promote the Indonesia Project’s work in North America this year, namely Associate Professor Dr Budy Resosudarmo, Head of the Indonesia Project, and Ben Wilson, the managing editor of the Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies (BIES). While visiting the Harvard Kennedy School for a […]

    Promoting the Indonesia Project in North America

      Two Indonesia Project staff members have been able to promote the Indonesia Project’s work in North America this year, namely Associate Professor Dr Budy Resosudarmo, Head of the Indonesia Project, and Ben Wilson, the managing editor of the Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies (BIES). While visiting the Harvard Kennedy School for a […]

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  •   It is with great pleasure we announce ANU Indonesia Project 50th year anniversary celebration. Over the last 50 years the Project has helped build greater understanding between Indonesia and Australia and fostered important relations between Indonesian and Australian scholars, students and policy makers. In late July 2015, the Indonesia […]

    ANU Indonesia Project’s 50th Anniversary

      It is with great pleasure we announce ANU Indonesia Project 50th year anniversary celebration. Over the last 50 years the Project has helped build greater understanding between Indonesia and Australia and fostered important relations between Indonesian and Australian scholars, students and policy makers. In late July 2015, the Indonesia […]

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  • Reported by Bayu Tegar Perkasa The Institute of Economic and Social Research, Faculty of Economics and Business University of Indonesia (LPEM – FEB UI) and Indonesia Project at the Australian National University have jointly organized the Sadli Lecture since 2007 in recognition of Professor Mohamad Sadli’s great contribution to the public debate on economic issues […]

    The ninth Sadli Lecture: Indonesia’s resources boom in an international perspective

    Reported by Bayu Tegar Perkasa The Institute of Economic and Social Research, Faculty of Economics and Business University of Indonesia (LPEM – FEB UI) and Indonesia Project at the Australian National University have jointly organized the Sadli Lecture since 2007 in recognition of Professor Mohamad Sadli’s great contribution to the public debate on economic issues […]

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  • Reported by Wildan Noor Ramadhan Ryan Edwards (ANU), was the speaker at the first forum in February hosted by Bank Indonesia. Ryan presented his ongoing dissertation project about the relationship between oil palm land use and poverty. To start with, Ryan explained why he was interested in land use. He said that […]

    FKP 3 February 2015: Land Use, Oil Palm and Poverty

    Reported by Wildan Noor Ramadhan Ryan Edwards (ANU), was the speaker at the first forum in February hosted by Bank Indonesia. Ryan presented his ongoing dissertation project about the relationship between oil palm land use and poverty. To start with, Ryan explained why he was interested in land use. He said that […]

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  • Summarised by Agnes Samosir Statistics update: Inflation picked up in March and February trade balance posted a surplus. Indonesia’s inflation slightly appreciated in March 2015, as data was launched by Indonesian Central Statistics Agency (BPS) early this month. According to the agency, inflation in March picked up by 0.17 percent, […]

    News Summary: 28 March – 10 April 2015

    Summarised by Agnes Samosir Statistics update: Inflation picked up in March and February trade balance posted a surplus. Indonesia’s inflation slightly appreciated in March 2015, as data was launched by Indonesian Central Statistics Agency (BPS) early this month. According to the agency, inflation in March picked up by 0.17 percent, […]

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  • The 2015 Indonesia-Australia High Level Policy Dialogue (HLPD) took place in Jakarta on March 25. Three key issues were discussed, namely regional fiscal transfers, social welfare policy, and global production networks. The Indonesia Project was represented by Professor Hal Hill, Professor Prema-chandra Athukorala, Associate Professor Blane Lewis, Dr Robert Sparrow, […]

    High Level Policy Dialogue 2015 in Jakarta

    The 2015 Indonesia-Australia High Level Policy Dialogue (HLPD) took place in Jakarta on March 25. Three key issues were discussed, namely regional fiscal transfers, social welfare policy, and global production networks. The Indonesia Project was represented by Professor Hal Hill, Professor Prema-chandra Athukorala, Associate Professor Blane Lewis, Dr Robert Sparrow, […]

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  • Following the great reception of the 2014 FKP Road Show, the FKP Organizing Committee arranged another in 2015 in collaboration with Syiah Kuala University (Banda Aceh, on 9 March), Andalas University (Padang, 10 March), and Hasanuddin University (Makassar, 11 March).  In total, 6 papers were presented during the Road Show […]

    FKP Road Show 9-11 March 2015: Banda Aceh, Padang and Makassar

    Following the great reception of the 2014 FKP Road Show, the FKP Organizing Committee arranged another in 2015 in collaboration with Syiah Kuala University (Banda Aceh, on 9 March), Andalas University (Padang, 10 March), and Hasanuddin University (Makassar, 11 March).  In total, 6 papers were presented during the Road Show […]

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  • By Pierre van der Eng This issue of BIES offers a diverse range of studies related to current issues in Indonesia’s economy. The ‘Survey of Recent Developments’, by Yose R. Damuri and Creina Day, takes stock of Indonesia’s first 100 days under President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) and finds a mix […]

    April 2015 issue of BIES now available

    By Pierre van der Eng This issue of BIES offers a diverse range of studies related to current issues in Indonesia’s economy. The ‘Survey of Recent Developments’, by Yose R. Damuri and Creina Day, takes stock of Indonesia’s first 100 days under President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) and finds a mix […]

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