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  • The December 2017 issue (53.3) of the Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies (BIES) opens with a Survey of Recent Developments, by Raden Pardede and Shirin Zahro, on the country’s domestic demand problem. It also includes articles by Vedi R. Hadiz, on Indonesia’s year of democratic setbacks; Maheshwar Rao and Yogi […]

    Latest issue of BIES now available

    The December 2017 issue (53.3) of the Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies (BIES) opens with a Survey of Recent Developments, by Raden Pardede and Shirin Zahro, on the country’s domestic demand problem. It also includes articles by Vedi R. Hadiz, on Indonesia’s year of democratic setbacks; Maheshwar Rao and Yogi […]

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  • Each year, the editors of the Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies (BIES) make six recently published articles free to access online. Their selections for 2017 are below. Simply click on the titles to get started.   Jokowi and the New Developmentalism Eve Warburton December 2016 (52.3) Indonesia’s president, Joko Widodo […]

    BIES: Read our latest free-access collection

    Each year, the editors of the Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies (BIES) make six recently published articles free to access online. Their selections for 2017 are below. Simply click on the titles to get started.   Jokowi and the New Developmentalism Eve Warburton December 2016 (52.3) Indonesia’s president, Joko Widodo […]

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  • The April 2016 issue (52.1) of the Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies (BIES) opens, as is traditional, with an instalment of the journal’s Survey of Recent Developments series. The authors, David Ray and Lili Yan Ing, focus on Indonesia’s infrastructure deficit—that is, the economic and social costs of Indonesia’s decades […]

    April 2016 issue of BIES now available

    The April 2016 issue (52.1) of the Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies (BIES) opens, as is traditional, with an instalment of the journal’s Survey of Recent Developments series. The authors, David Ray and Lili Yan Ing, focus on Indonesia’s infrastructure deficit—that is, the economic and social costs of Indonesia’s decades […]

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  • Update: video and presentations from the conference are now available. On 21 November, three members of the ANU Indonesia Project spoke at the Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) Indonesia Program‘s first national conference—Understanding Indonesia: Revealing the Mysteries of Asia’s Inscrutable Giant—in Cambridge, Massachusetts. In doing so, they did much to promote the Project in the US, where there is […]

    Indonesia Project well represented at US conference

    Update: video and presentations from the conference are now available. On 21 November, three members of the ANU Indonesia Project spoke at the Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) Indonesia Program‘s first national conference—Understanding Indonesia: Revealing the Mysteries of Asia’s Inscrutable Giant—in Cambridge, Massachusetts. In doing so, they did much to promote the Project in the US, where there is […]

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  • From December 2003 to August 2015, the print version of the Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies (BIES) regularly published abstracts, in English, of recently completed doctoral theses on the Indonesian economy. During these years, the journal introduced its readers to significant new research and important new researchers, including M. Chatib […]

    Call for PhD abstracts (English or Bahasa)

    From December 2003 to August 2015, the print version of the Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies (BIES) regularly published abstracts, in English, of recently completed doctoral theses on the Indonesian economy. During these years, the journal introduced its readers to significant new research and important new researchers, including M. Chatib […]

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  • By Arianto A. Patunru, Blane Lewis, and Robert Sparrow Welcome to the 50th-anniversary issue of BIES. We reflect here on the journal’s analysis of Indonesia’s economic development, offering commemorative articles on three prominent themes—foreign direct investment (FDI), trade policy, and infrastructure policy—and their coverage in BIES since 1965. These articles […]

    50th-anniversary issue of BIES now available

    By Arianto A. Patunru, Blane Lewis, and Robert Sparrow Welcome to the 50th-anniversary issue of BIES. We reflect here on the journal’s analysis of Indonesia’s economic development, offering commemorative articles on three prominent themes—foreign direct investment (FDI), trade policy, and infrastructure policy—and their coverage in BIES since 1965. These articles […]

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  •   On Monday 23 March 2015, the ANU Indonesia Project, in collaboration with the Centre for Southeast Asian Research at the University of British Columbia (UBC), presented a seminar in Vancouver, Canada, on sustainability and agriculture in the Indonesian economy: Green Growth For All: Sustainability & Agriculture in the Indonesian […]

    Green growth for all: ANU and UBC present joint seminar on Indonesian economy

      On Monday 23 March 2015, the ANU Indonesia Project, in collaboration with the Centre for Southeast Asian Research at the University of British Columbia (UBC), presented a seminar in Vancouver, Canada, on sustainability and agriculture in the Indonesian economy: Green Growth For All: Sustainability & Agriculture in the Indonesian […]

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  • In a recent opinion piece in the Australian Financial Review, Chris Manning, adjunct fellow at the ANU Indonesia Project, argues that Australians tend to underestimate the fear of drugs in Indonesian society, and the tough line taken on trafficking and the corruption that goes with it: Like many Australians, I have found […]

    Opinion: For Jokowi the war on drugs is personal

    In a recent opinion piece in the Australian Financial Review, Chris Manning, adjunct fellow at the ANU Indonesia Project, argues that Australians tend to underestimate the fear of drugs in Indonesian society, and the tough line taken on trafficking and the corruption that goes with it: Like many Australians, I have found […]

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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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  • Each year, the editor of BIES makes six recent articles free to access on Taylor & Francis Online for that calendar year. This selections for 2015 are below.   ‘Survey of Recent Developments‘ (December 2014) Haryo Aswicahyono & Hal Hill Following the remarkably successful 2014 parliamentary and presidential elections in […]

    BIES: Free-access ‘Editor’s choice’ articles for 2015

    Each year, the editor of BIES makes six recent articles free to access on Taylor & Francis Online for that calendar year. This selections for 2015 are below.   ‘Survey of Recent Developments‘ (December 2014) Haryo Aswicahyono & Hal Hill Following the remarkably successful 2014 parliamentary and presidential elections in […]

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