ANU Indonesia Project Archive

  •   Eleven Indonesia Study Group (ISG) seminars were held in the second semester of 2017. There were twelve speakers who spoke on various aspects of Indonesian society: from rice price, infrastructure, hoax media, to traditional music instrument and intolerance among its citizen. Two of the speakers were international speakers, three […]

    The Indonesia Study Group in the second semester of 2017

      Eleven Indonesia Study Group (ISG) seminars were held in the second semester of 2017. There were twelve speakers who spoke on various aspects of Indonesian society: from rice price, infrastructure, hoax media, to traditional music instrument and intolerance among its citizen. Two of the speakers were international speakers, three […]

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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 the late 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 […]

    Mari Pangestu, ANU Indonesia Project’s Third Thee Kian Wie Distinguished Visiting Professor

      The Thee Kian Wie (TKW) distinguished visiting professorship is a joint initiative by DFAT and ANU to honour the contributions of the late 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 […]

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  • By Muhammad Chatib Basri This article was first published in Kompas newspaper 16 June 2016. We noted that the Indonesian economy in the first quarter of 2016 grew only 4.92 percent. What followed it appeared were many reactions and questions about the effectiveness of the government’s policy packages. I think, […]

    Muhammad Chatib Basri on stimulating economic growth

    By Muhammad Chatib Basri This article was first published in Kompas newspaper 16 June 2016. We noted that the Indonesian economy in the first quarter of 2016 grew only 4.92 percent. What followed it appeared were many reactions and questions about the effectiveness of the government’s policy packages. I think, […]

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  • We received quite a large number of applications for this year’s ANU Indonesia Project and SMERU Research Institute Research Grants, resulting in a highly competitive selection process. Each proposal was seriously evaluated and carefully weighed by the selection committee. We would like to extend our sincere congratulations to all the 2016/2017 ANU Indonesia […]

    Announcing the recipients of the 2016/2017 Research Grants

    We received quite a large number of applications for this year’s ANU Indonesia Project and SMERU Research Institute Research Grants, resulting in a highly competitive selection process. Each proposal was seriously evaluated and carefully weighed by the selection committee. We would like to extend our sincere congratulations to all the 2016/2017 ANU Indonesia […]

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  •   Two Indonesia Project staff members have been able to promote the Indonesia Project’s work in North America this year, namely Associate Professor Dr Budy Resosudarmo, Head of the Indonesia Project, and Ben Wilson, the managing editor of the Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies (BIES). While visiting the Harvard Kennedy School for a […]

    Promoting the Indonesia Project in North America

      Two Indonesia Project staff members have been able to promote the Indonesia Project’s work in North America this year, namely Associate Professor Dr Budy Resosudarmo, Head of the Indonesia Project, and Ben Wilson, the managing editor of the Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies (BIES). While visiting the Harvard Kennedy School for a […]

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  • “(this grant) has enabled our institutions (Hasanuddin University in Makassar and James Cook University in Townsville) to start doing research together, and from here the two institutions can continue with both research and teaching and research supervision programs into the future.” – Dr Naomi Gardiner from James Cook University ANU […]

    Call for proposals: Research Grants 2015/2016

    “(this grant) has enabled our institutions (Hasanuddin University in Makassar and James Cook University in Townsville) to start doing research together, and from here the two institutions can continue with both research and teaching and research supervision programs into the future.” – Dr Naomi Gardiner from James Cook University ANU […]

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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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  • “There (in Indonesia Project) I learnt more about the working of the Indonesian economy than anywhere else and anytime before.“ … We are extremely honoured and humbled by the acknowledgement given by the Vice President of the Republic of Indonesia His Excellency Dr Boediono in his speech during his conferring […]

    Vice President Dr Boediono received an honorary degree from ANU

    “There (in Indonesia Project) I learnt more about the working of the Indonesian economy than anywhere else and anytime before.“ … We are extremely honoured and humbled by the acknowledgement given by the Vice President of the Republic of Indonesia His Excellency Dr Boediono in his speech during his conferring […]

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