Archive for November, 2015

  •   Summarised by Agnes HT Samosir Statistics update: Indonesia recorded trade surplus in October 2015. Based on the recently launched data by the country’s Central Statistics Agency, Indonesia recorded a USD 1.01 billion trade surplus in October 2015. Export was USD 12.08 billion, a 4 percent decline compared to September […]

    News Summary 7 – 20 November 2015  

      Summarised by Agnes HT Samosir Statistics update: Indonesia recorded trade surplus in October 2015. Based on the recently launched data by the country’s Central Statistics Agency, Indonesia recorded a USD 1.01 billion trade surplus in October 2015. Export was USD 12.08 billion, a 4 percent decline compared to September […]

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  • Reported by Bayu Tegar Perkasa The so-called demographic dividend would not necessarily boost economic growth, at least not automatically. “Appropriate policies must be in place to reap the benefits,” argued Titik Handayani (Research Center for Population, Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI) on the second FKP hosted by LIPI on 19 […]

    FKP 16 September 2015: Population, Education and the Demographic Dividend

    Reported by Bayu Tegar Perkasa The so-called demographic dividend would not necessarily boost economic growth, at least not automatically. “Appropriate policies must be in place to reap the benefits,” argued Titik Handayani (Research Center for Population, Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI) on the second FKP hosted by LIPI on 19 […]

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  •     Statistics update: Economic growth in Q3 was 4.73 percent. This week saw the launch of Q3 economic data by Indonesia’s Central Statistics Agency: the country grew at a higher pace than last quarter at 4.73 percent. Despite the slight growth from last quarter – last quarter’s growth was […]

    News Summary 24 October – 6 November 2015

        Statistics update: Economic growth in Q3 was 4.73 percent. This week saw the launch of Q3 economic data by Indonesia’s Central Statistics Agency: the country grew at a higher pace than last quarter at 4.73 percent. Despite the slight growth from last quarter – last quarter’s growth was […]

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  •     The Indonesia Project at the Australian National University was established in 1965 under the leadership of Professor Heinz Arndt, the then head of the Department of Economics at the ANU’s Research School of Pacific Studies. Now The Project is led by Associate Professor Budy Resodudarmo and is located […]

    50th Anniversary of ANU Indonesia Project: a week of celebration

        The Indonesia Project at the Australian National University was established in 1965 under the leadership of Professor Heinz Arndt, the then head of the Department of Economics at the ANU’s Research School of Pacific Studies. Now The Project is led by Associate Professor Budy Resodudarmo and is located […]

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  • Reported by Bayu Tegar Perkasa On 9 September 2015, the first FKP of the month, hosted by the Indonesia Institute of Sciences (LIPI) was held, with Wei Hong and Yonghui Wang as the first speakers. They presented a paper in which they describe two central points: China’s economic development and […]

    FKP 9 September 2015: Two Presentations on Maritime Sector Development

    Reported by Bayu Tegar Perkasa On 9 September 2015, the first FKP of the month, hosted by the Indonesia Institute of Sciences (LIPI) was held, with Wei Hong and Yonghui Wang as the first speakers. They presented a paper in which they describe two central points: China’s economic development and […]

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  • On 27 October 2015, the Indonesia Project and its long-standing partner, the Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) held an event at CSIS in Jakarta to mark the 50th Anniversary of the Project. About 80 people attended this Anniversary Celebration, from academicians to researchers, policy makers, Australian and Indonesian […]

    Indonesia Project 50th Anniversary Celebration and Book Launch in Jakarta

    On 27 October 2015, the Indonesia Project and its long-standing partner, the Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) held an event at CSIS in Jakarta to mark the 50th Anniversary of the Project. About 80 people attended this Anniversary Celebration, from academicians to researchers, policy makers, Australian and Indonesian […]

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