Welcome to the Indonesia Project Blog. Your suggestions for improvement are welcomed.
The ANU Indonesia Project News and Commentary blog encourages discussion of the Indonesian economy and the economic policies and events that influence its performance. It does so by publishing short essays relating to recently released economic data, government policy announcements, reports and analyses, or simply by presenting new ideas on Indonesian economics for consideration.
Most essays will be contributed by Indonesia Project staff and their colleagues in Indonesia and around the world, but it is open to anybody to propose an essay for publication or to comment on published essays. Please click on the RSS Feed button in the sidebar if you would like automatic notification of new posts.
The site is moderated by Indonesia Project staff in order to avoid the publication of essays and comments that do not meet the standards of proper academic discourse. Your Comments will be visible to you, but not to other users, until they have been approved by the Moderator. We will endeavour to accept or reject Comments within a day or two of submission. Comments will not be published unless they make a substantive contribution to the discussion in question.
Essays are notionally limited to 800 words. Comments are limited to 200 words.
The blog is also used as a means of providing brief information about the Indonesia Project and its activities e.g. the bi-annual newsletter, Indonesia Project News, what’s new in the latest issue of BIES, abstracts of forthcoming and recent ISG meetings, and reporting on activities like the Update conference, special lectures, workshops and book launches.
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