Indonesia Project Activities Archive

  • 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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  • By Deasy Pane On 4 October 2018, Mr Djatmiko Witjaksono, Head of the Centre for the Assessment of International Trade Cooperation from the Indonesian Ministry of Trade, visited ANU Indonesia Project to discuss trade related topics and current global economic challenges with ANU academics and PhD students. The discussion was […]

    Discussion with the Indonesian Ministry of Trade

    By Deasy Pane On 4 October 2018, Mr Djatmiko Witjaksono, Head of the Centre for the Assessment of International Trade Cooperation from the Indonesian Ministry of Trade, visited ANU Indonesia Project to discuss trade related topics and current global economic challenges with ANU academics and PhD students. The discussion was […]

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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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  • PUBLIC LECTURE Human capital development in the digitalisation era Her Excellency Dr Sri Mulyani Indrawati, Minister of Finance, Republic of Indonesia     Monday 5 November 2018, 11am – 12.30pm Molonglo Theatre JG Crawford Building #132 Lennox Crossing, The Australian National University, Canberra, ACT 2601 Registration is closed for this event […]

    Public Lecture by HE Dr Sri Mulyani Indrawati. Human capital development in the digitalisation era

    PUBLIC LECTURE Human capital development in the digitalisation era Her Excellency Dr Sri Mulyani Indrawati, Minister of Finance, Republic of Indonesia     Monday 5 November 2018, 11am – 12.30pm Molonglo Theatre JG Crawford Building #132 Lennox Crossing, The Australian National University, Canberra, ACT 2601 Registration is closed for this event […]

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  • On 2 October 2018, Indonesia Project’s visiting fellow, Rhita Simorangkir (Charles University, Prague) presented some preliminary findings of her paper titled “Poverty alleviation can be an effective conservation strategy”, as parts of the Trade and Development seminar series hosted by the Arndt-Corden Department of Economics. This paper addresses the two […]

    Poverty alleviation can be an effective conservation strategy

    On 2 October 2018, Indonesia Project’s visiting fellow, Rhita Simorangkir (Charles University, Prague) presented some preliminary findings of her paper titled “Poverty alleviation can be an effective conservation strategy”, as parts of the Trade and Development seminar series hosted by the Arndt-Corden Department of Economics. This paper addresses the two […]

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  • The 36th Indonesia Update Conference was held in Canberra on 14 and 15 September 2018 with the topic Contentious belonging: the place of minorities in Indonesia. About 400 people attended the first day of the Conference, and around 300 people attended the second day. Most participants hailed from academia – […]

    The 2018 Indonesia Update. Contentious belonging: the place of minorities in Indonesia

    The 36th Indonesia Update Conference was held in Canberra on 14 and 15 September 2018 with the topic Contentious belonging: the place of minorities in Indonesia. About 400 people attended the first day of the Conference, and around 300 people attended the second day. Most participants hailed from academia – […]

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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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  •   On 20 September 2018, ANU Indonesia Project, together with the Indonesia Institute, hosted a special report launching of Perth USAsia Centre recent publication, titled Expanding horizons: Indonesia’s regional engagement in the Indo-Pacific era. Professor Gordon Flake, the founding CEO of the Perth USAsia Centre, kicked off the discussion with his […]

    Expanding horizons: Indonesia’s regional engagement in the Indo-Pacific era

      On 20 September 2018, ANU Indonesia Project, together with the Indonesia Institute, hosted a special report launching of Perth USAsia Centre recent publication, titled Expanding horizons: Indonesia’s regional engagement in the Indo-Pacific era. Professor Gordon Flake, the founding CEO of the Perth USAsia Centre, kicked off the discussion with his […]

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