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  • HE Dr Sri Mulyani Indrawati’s public lecture presentation is available for download. ANU Indonesia Project is honoured to host the visit of Her Excellency Dr Sri Mulyani Indrawati, Indonesian Minister of Finance, and the Ministry of Finance delegation. Her Excellency Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati visited ANU on 5 November 2018 […]

    HE Dr Sri Mulyani Indrawati and the Indonesian Ministry of Finance’s visit to ANU

    HE Dr Sri Mulyani Indrawati’s public lecture presentation is available for download. ANU Indonesia Project is honoured to host the visit of Her Excellency Dr Sri Mulyani Indrawati, Indonesian Minister of Finance, and the Ministry of Finance delegation. Her Excellency Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati visited ANU on 5 November 2018 […]

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  •   Within the last 10 years, the Indonesian government and universities have made a commitment to improve Indonesian universities’ world rankings. The government has increased its funding to support university research and efforts have been initiated by many Indonesian universities, in particular public universities, to increase their academic performances. Some […]

    Inputs for reforming Indonesian universities

      Within the last 10 years, the Indonesian government and universities have made a commitment to improve Indonesian universities’ world rankings. The government has increased its funding to support university research and efforts have been initiated by many Indonesian universities, in particular public universities, to increase their academic performances. Some […]

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  • Welcome to ANU Indonesia Project, Firman! Firman Witoelar Kartaadipoetra joined the Indonesia Project, Crawford School of Public Policy, in November 2018. Previously he was the research director of SurveyMeter, a research organization based in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Before that he was a research economist at the department of economic research group […]

    Welcoming Firman Witoelar Kartaadipoetra

    Welcome to ANU Indonesia Project, Firman! Firman Witoelar Kartaadipoetra joined the Indonesia Project, Crawford School of Public Policy, in November 2018. Previously he was the research director of SurveyMeter, a research organization based in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Before that he was a research economist at the department of economic research group […]

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  • Congratulations to Deasy Pane and Adrianus Hendrawan, recipients of the 2018 Hadi Soesastro Prizes. This year’s awards are very special for us as both Deasy and Adrianus are PhD students at the Arndt-Corden Department of Economics, ANU, and both are actively involved at the ANU Indonesia Project. Deasy writes about […]

    The 2018 Hadi Soesastro Prize

    Congratulations to Deasy Pane and Adrianus Hendrawan, recipients of the 2018 Hadi Soesastro Prizes. This year’s awards are very special for us as both Deasy and Adrianus are PhD students at the Arndt-Corden Department of Economics, ANU, and both are actively involved at the ANU Indonesia Project. Deasy writes about […]

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  •   By Thomas Power The 2018 Melbourne Mini-Indonesia Update was held on 18 September at the Centre for Indonesian Law, Islam and Society (CILIS), in the Melbourne Law School at The University of Melbourne. Presentations were delivered by four speakers, all of whom also participated in the ANU Update. The first panel of the day focused on political and […]

    Mini Indonesia Update at CILIS, The University of Melbourne

      By Thomas Power The 2018 Melbourne Mini-Indonesia Update was held on 18 September at the Centre for Indonesian Law, Islam and Society (CILIS), in the Melbourne Law School at The University of Melbourne. Presentations were delivered by four speakers, all of whom also participated in the ANU Update. The first panel of the day focused on political and […]

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  • By Ross McLeod A Mini-Update was held at the Lowy Institute in Sydney on the morning of 17 September, at which several speakers from the main Indonesia Update conference at ANU had the opportunity to repeat their presentations. The day began with a breakfast panel discussion led by Roland Rajah […]

    Indonesia Mini Update at the Lowy Institute

    By Ross McLeod A Mini-Update was held at the Lowy Institute in Sydney on the morning of 17 September, at which several speakers from the main Indonesia Update conference at ANU had the opportunity to repeat their presentations. The day began with a breakfast panel discussion led by Roland Rajah […]

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  • by Peter McCawley This article was first published in The Interpreter.   Yet another tsunami in Indonesia. The earthquake and resulting wave of destruction in Palu, Central Sulawesi, is the second major natural disaster to strike the country this year. It is not yet two months since more than 500 people died in […]

    Sulawesi tsunami: how Australia can best help

    by Peter McCawley This article was first published in The Interpreter.   Yet another tsunami in Indonesia. The earthquake and resulting wave of destruction in Palu, Central Sulawesi, is the second major natural disaster to strike the country this year. It is not yet two months since more than 500 people died in […]

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  • HIGHLIGHT   The first launch of the 2017 Indonesia Update book, Indonesia in the new world: globalisation, nationalism and sovereignty, edited by Arianto Patunru, Mari Pangestu and M Chatib Basri, was held on 29 June in Canberra. The book was launched by Hon Chris Bowen MP, Australia’s Shadow Treasurer and […]

    Indonesia Project News no 25, January-June 2018

    HIGHLIGHT   The first launch of the 2017 Indonesia Update book, Indonesia in the new world: globalisation, nationalism and sovereignty, edited by Arianto Patunru, Mari Pangestu and M Chatib Basri, was held on 29 June in Canberra. The book was launched by Hon Chris Bowen MP, Australia’s Shadow Treasurer and […]

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  •   The Thee Kian Wie (TKW) distinguished visiting professorship is a joint initiative by DFAT and ANU to honour the contributions of Dr Thee Kian Wie. A highly distinguished Indonesian economist is invited to take up a visiting position each year in the Arndt-Corden Department of Economics for up to three […]

    Mari Pangestu: Thee Kian Distinguished Visiting Professorship in Semester 1 2018

      The Thee Kian Wie (TKW) distinguished visiting professorship is a joint initiative by DFAT and ANU to honour the contributions of Dr Thee Kian Wie. A highly distinguished Indonesian economist is invited to take up a visiting position each year in the Arndt-Corden Department of Economics for up to three […]

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  •   A special seminar on 9 August 2018 hosted a delegation of senior Indonesian officials led by Bapak Arif Baharudin, Assistant Minister for Policy and Regulation of Financial Services and Capital Markets in the Ministry of Finance, who gave a presentation on The 2016 Financial System Crisis Prevention and Mitigation […]

    Seminar with The Treasury: The Financial system crisis prevention and mitigation Act and what it means for the Indonesian financial sector

      A special seminar on 9 August 2018 hosted a delegation of senior Indonesian officials led by Bapak Arif Baharudin, Assistant Minister for Policy and Regulation of Financial Services and Capital Markets in the Ministry of Finance, who gave a presentation on The 2016 Financial System Crisis Prevention and Mitigation […]

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