Archive for July, 2016

  • Reported by Bayu Tegar Perkasa The second quarter of 2016 has just began, and experts and academicians alike have made forecasts on the potential growth in macroeconomic sector. These forecasts are important recommendation for future decision making and evaluation. On 6 April 2016, Institute for Economic and Social Research, Faculty […]

    FKP 6 April 2016: Asia and Indonesia Macroeconomic Growth Outlook 2016

    Reported by Bayu Tegar Perkasa The second quarter of 2016 has just began, and experts and academicians alike have made forecasts on the potential growth in macroeconomic sector. These forecasts are important recommendation for future decision making and evaluation. On 6 April 2016, Institute for Economic and Social Research, Faculty […]

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  • On 7 June 2016, Dr Riatu Qibthiyyah from The University of Indonesia and Dr Ariane Utomo from The Australian National University presented early findings of Survey of recent developments: family matters for the Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies (BIES). The paper put emphasis on  the recent developments of Indonesia’s demography […]

    [ISG] Survey of Recent Developments: Family Matters

    On 7 June 2016, Dr Riatu Qibthiyyah from The University of Indonesia and Dr Ariane Utomo from The Australian National University presented early findings of Survey of recent developments: family matters for the Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies (BIES). The paper put emphasis on  the recent developments of Indonesia’s demography […]

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  •   An Indonesia Study Group Roadshow was held for the first time in Melbourne in collaboration with ANU Melbourne on 19 July 2016. The Indonesia Project’s Thee Kian Wie Distinguished Professor, Iwan Jaya Azis, and Dr Arianto Patunru gave presentations on economic trends in Emerging Asia and implications for Australia’s […]

    Economic trends in Emerging Asia and implications for Australia

      An Indonesia Study Group Roadshow was held for the first time in Melbourne in collaboration with ANU Melbourne on 19 July 2016. The Indonesia Project’s Thee Kian Wie Distinguished Professor, Iwan Jaya Azis, and Dr Arianto Patunru gave presentations on economic trends in Emerging Asia and implications for Australia’s […]

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  • Indonesia’s vastness and topographic conditions had made the information and communication technologies (ICTs) accessibility varied between areas. The digital divide or the gap between individuals in different geographic areas and demographic categories influenced the variety of economic and social activities. On 29 June 2016, Dr Onno Purbo from Sekolah Tinggi […]

    [ISG] Bridging the digital divide in Indonesia

    Indonesia’s vastness and topographic conditions had made the information and communication technologies (ICTs) accessibility varied between areas. The digital divide or the gap between individuals in different geographic areas and demographic categories influenced the variety of economic and social activities. On 29 June 2016, Dr Onno Purbo from Sekolah Tinggi […]

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