2014 Archive

  •   The first ANU Indonesia Project – SMERU Research Institute Research Grants Workshop was held in Hedley Bull Centre on 5 November 2014. During this one day workshop the grants recipients present their research findings that are currently underway. The Research Grants are developed to stimulate research cooperation between Indonesian […]

    Research Grants Workshop at ANU

      The first ANU Indonesia Project – SMERU Research Institute Research Grants Workshop was held in Hedley Bull Centre on 5 November 2014. During this one day workshop the grants recipients present their research findings that are currently underway. The Research Grants are developed to stimulate research cooperation between Indonesian […]

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  •     This year Sadli Lecture was given by Peter McDonald, Professor of Demography in the Crawford School of Public Policy. Held on 22 April at Borobudur Hotel, Peter delivered a Lecture titled The demography of Indonesia in comparative perspective. This Lecture was jointly organised by the Institute for Economic […]

    2014 Sadli Lecture: The demography of Indonesia in comparative perspective

        This year Sadli Lecture was given by Peter McDonald, Professor of Demography in the Crawford School of Public Policy. Held on 22 April at Borobudur Hotel, Peter delivered a Lecture titled The demography of Indonesia in comparative perspective. This Lecture was jointly organised by the Institute for Economic […]

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  • Indonesians are going to the voting ballots this year with the first part of the elections to take place on Wednesday 9 April 2014. We list several interesting articles from various ANU blogs in the light of the elections. Selamat membaca! Let the campaign begin Ross Tapsell lays out what […]

    Selected articles on Indonesia’s 2014 elections

    Indonesians are going to the voting ballots this year with the first part of the elections to take place on Wednesday 9 April 2014. We list several interesting articles from various ANU blogs in the light of the elections. Selamat membaca! Let the campaign begin Ross Tapsell lays out what […]

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