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[FKP at SMERU] Unpaid Care Work in Indonesia: Why Should We Care?

November 19th, 2017|0 Comments

Source: The SMERU Research Institute On 24 October 2017, Valentina Y. D. Utari (SMERU Research Institute) presented a study conducted by her team entitled “Unpaid Care Work in Indonesia: Why Should We Care?” at the fourth FKP Seminar in October hosted by SMERU Research Institute. The study is an independent work intended as a continuation of a global study started in 2012 and organized by the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) and the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA). Care work is basically a term referring to activities that involve direct caring, such as nursing the sick, taking care of the elderly and so on, and indirect [...]

[FKP at SMERU] Designing Control Mechanism in the Era of Decentralization Policy for Village

November 11th, 2017|0 Comments

Source: The SMERU Research Institute The second FKP Seminar series hosted by SMERU Research Institute was held on 17 October 2017 at Cikini, Jakarta. Rendy A. Diningrat (SMERU Research Institute) presented his team’s recent study entitled “Designing Control Mechanism in the Era of Law No. 6 of 2014 on Decentralization Policy for Village”. This study was a mid-line report of an ongoing longitudinal research project that has started since November 2015 and will end in April 2018. There were 10 villages (desa) across Jambi, Central Java, and East Nusa Tenggara Provinces where the research was carried out. Ever since the implementation of Law No. 6 of 2014 [...]

[FKP at SMERU] Multiple Realities in the Light of SDGs: The Reality Check Approach in Different Contexts

November 10th, 2017|0 Comments

Source: The SMERU Research Institute On  11 October 2017, The SMERU Research Institute hosted an FKP seminar in which Yulia Sugandi (Faculty of Human Ecology, Institute Pertanian Bogor), together with Peter Riddell-Carre (RCA+ Project, Palladium Group) gave a presentation entitled “Multiple Realities in Light of the SDGs: The Reality Check Approach in Different Contexts”. SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) provides a more globally holistic multidimensional goals that takes into account multiple stakeholders with contextualization and integration weaved into nationals and sub-nationals plans. The Reality Check Approach (RCA)  is methodology to ensure the SDGs are up to date and in touch with peoples’ realities. It is important to understand the [...]

[FKP hosted by RCCC UI] Preferences for Watershed-Based Climate Change Adaptations and Disaster Risk in East Java

November 10th, 2017|0 Comments

The FKP seminar on 20 October 2017 featured Sonny Mumbunan and Christian Silangen (Research Center for Climate Change Universitas Indonesia or RCCC UI). The findings are particularly relevant as concerns for climate change intensify around the world, including in Indonesia. The seminar was hosted by RCCC UI and was held at Cikini, Jakarta. The site of the study was the watershed of Sungai Brantas, chosen because of its importance to Indonesia, as its contribution to regional domestic product value which averages around 120 million Rupiah from 2012 to 2015. This number not only represents its importance in term of its production value, but it also represents how [...]

FKP November 2017 dengan tuan rumah CEDS UNPAD dan Program INOVASI

November 6th, 2017|0 Comments

Kami mengundang Ibu, Bapak, Saudari, Saudara untuk menghadiri seri Forum Kajian Pembangunan (FKP), dengan Center for Economics and Development Studies Universitas Padjajaran (CEDS UNPAD) dan Innovation for Indonesia's School Children Programme (Program INOVASI) sebagai tuan rumah pada bulan November 2017, dengan program sebagai berikut: Jumat, 10 November 2017, 13.00 – 15.00 WIB Executive Lounge Universitas Padjadjaran, Kampus Unpad Dipati Ukur, Bandung Education-Job Mismatch & its Effect on Indonesia's Labor Market Profesor Armida Alisjahbana, Pipit Pitriyan, dan M. Purnagunawan (CEDS UNPAD) Discussant: Mohamad Fahmi (CEDS UNPAD) Registrasi https://fkp20171110.eventbrite.com Abstrak: Studies on educational mismatch and its impact on labor market outcome have been abundant in recent years though for advanced countries. [...]

FKP Oktober 2017 dengan tuan rumah Lembaga Penelitian SMERU

October 4th, 2017|0 Comments

Kami mengundang Ibu, Bapak, Saudari, Saudara untuk menghadiri seri Forum Kajian Pembangunan (FKP), dengan Lembaga Penelitian SMERU sebagai tuan rumah pada bulan Oktober 2017, dengan program sebagai berikut: Rabu, 11 Oktober 2017, 10.00 – 12.00 WIB Graha Bintang Lantai 6, Jl. Cikini Raya No. 55, Jakarta   Multiple Realities in Light of the SDGs – The Reality Check Approach in Different Contexts Yulia Sugandi dan Peter Riddell-Carre (RCA+ Project, Palladium Group)   Abstrak: The commitment to ‘leave no one behind’ has been a key feature of all the discussions on the post-2015 agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The idea that ‘no goal should be met unless it [...]

[FKP at BAPPENAS] Globalization and Social Change: Gender-specific Effects of Trade Liberalization in Indonesia

October 1st, 2017|0 Comments

Robert Sparrow (Wageningen University) presented his paper at the FKP Seminar hosted by the Ministry of National Development Planning (Badan Perencanaan Pembangunan – BAPPENAS) on 12 September 2017 in Jakarta. the paper explores the impacts of international trade on one of the most discussed social aspects i.e. gender. It is a particularly relevant topic since many people in Indonesia had enjoyed better standard of living compared to the past and, hence, now turn their attention towards issues beyond physical welfare. The paper is entitled “Globalization and Social Change: Gender-specific Effects of Trade Liberalization in Indonesia.” While the study of the impacts of international trade on worker’s welfare [...]

[FKP at LPEM] The Economics of Relationships and Family Life

October 1st, 2017|0 Comments

On Tuesday 22 August 2017, a FKP seminar was held at LPEM FEBUI where graduating FEB UI students Adinda Rizky Herdianti, Luh Putu Ratih Kumala, Ina Erdawita, Bertha Fania Maula, Sri Puji Lestari, and Olga Stephiana presented their undergraduate theses. The common theme across their research is relationship and family life decisions. More than 80 people attended the presentation. The first presenter was Adinda Rizky Herdianti and the title of her undergraduate thesis paper was "Parental Matchmaking and Intergenerational Transfers: The Case of Indonesia". This topic was chosen as Indonesia is yet to have an adequate social security system in place for the elderly while Indonesia is posed [...]

[FKP at LPEM] Geopolitics in Health: Confronting Obesity, AIDS, and Tuberculosis in the Emerging BRICS Countries

October 1st, 2017|0 Comments

Source: SDGs Center Universitas Padjadjaran the FKP seminar on 29 August 2017 featured Eduardo J. Gómez (Department of International Development, King’s College London) who presented his upcoming book entitled Geopolitics in Health: Confronting Obesity, AIDS, and Tuberculosis in the Emerging BRICS Economies.  The topic of his presentation was considered timely given the emergence of communicable and non-communicable diseases cases in emerging countries, which many of them resembled Indonesia much. The seminar was hosted by the SDGs Center at the Universitas Padjadjaran and held at LPEM UI Building in Jakarta. Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa (collectively known as BRICS) and other emerging economics, including Indonesia, have [...]

Forum Kajian Pembangunan in Palembang hosted by Universitas Sriwijaya

September 29th, 2017|0 Comments

Source: Kompas.com Universitas Sriwijaya hosted two FKP seminar sessions for August 2017, the first one was being held on 8 August 2017 in Palembang, South Sumatra. The seminar included two speakers from Universitas Sriwijaya, who discussed about the impacts of financing to the welfare from different perspectives. Prof. Didik Susetyo presented his paper titled The Impact of Local Purchase, Local Staff, and Infrastructure to Local Economic Districts-Cities of Ten Provinces in Sumatra Island, Indonesia, while the second speaker, Sa’adah Yuliana, brought up her study on The Comparative Analysis of Financing Scheme in Sharia Commercial Banks (Bank Umum dan Unit Usaha Syariah – BUS) and Sharia People’s Financing [...]

[FKP at BKF] Inequality in Indonesia: Analysis on Sectoral Growth and Inequality Decomposition

September 29th, 2017|0 Comments

BKF (Badan Kebijakan Fiskal or Fiscal Policy Office) hosted an FKP seminar on 21 July 2017 at Ministry of Finance, Jakarta. This seminar brought up the general topic of inequality and its relevance to Indonesia, which was later being explained in a more specific manner by Budy Resosudarmo (the Australian National University) and Eko Wicaksono (BKF). Each speaker presented two studies respectively: 1) A Sectoral Growth-Income Inequality Nexus in Indonesia, and 2) The Source of Income Inequality in Indonesia: A Regression-Based Inequality Decomposition. Budy Resosudarmo (starting minute 5:57 of the video) started off his presentation with an introduction to the past studies on inequality, many of which discussed between-country inequality [...]

[FKP at LPEM FEB UI] Internationalization of Indonesian SMEs

September 28th, 2017|0 Comments

The second FKP seminar hosted by LPEM (Lembaga Penyelidikan Ekonomi dan Masyarakat or Institute for Economic and Social Research) was held on 24 May 2017 at LPEM Building, Jakarta. In this session, Muhammad D. Revindo (LPEM FEB UI) presented a study about internalization of Indonesian. The initial idea was prompted by the relatively low export contribution of Indonesian SMEs despite growing global merchandise trade during 2001-2012 and lower transportation costs. By conducting primary research on this particular issue, Revindo hope to provide a comprehensive investigation on SMEs’ exporting activities, which is still lacking in Indonesia. The research design, including the questionnaire as an instrument, was constructed based [...]

[FKP at LPEM] Geopolitics in Health: Confronting Obesity, AIDS, ana Tuberculosis in the Emerging BRICS Countries

September 3rd, 2017|0 Comments

Today's FKP seminar is currently held at LPEM, Jakarta. Please refer to the links on the right side of the page to access live video streaming and presentation files. Download Presentation File Recent Articles

[FKP at LPEM] The Economics of Relationships and Family Life

August 22nd, 2017|0 Comments

Today's FKP seminar is currently held at LPEM, Jakarta. Please refer to the links on the right side of the page to access live video streaming and presentation files. Download Presentation File Recent Articles

The Hadi Soesastro Policy Forum 2017 and Indonesia Update Book Launch

August 17th, 2017|0 Comments

One of FKP’s special events, The Hadi Soesastro Policy Forum 2017, was held by Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) and Indonesia Project, The Australian National University on 3 July 2017 in Jakarta to pay a tribute for Prof. Hadi Soesastro, a notable Indonesian economist who was also one of the founders of the CSIS and once an adjunct professor at ANU’s Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies (RSPAS). Similar to Hadi Soesastro’s interest, the forum always focuses on topics surrounding trade and international relation issues. This year’s Hadi Soesastro Policy Forum is entitled  Why Indonesia must show the way on trade strategy by one [...]

[FKP at LD FEB UI] The Transformation of Social Security in Indonesia

August 16th, 2017|0 Comments

Professor Sri Moertiningsih Adioetomo (Universitas Indonesia), Flora Aninditya and Dinda Srikandi Radjiman (Lembaga Demografi or Demographic Institute) presented their collaborative study on The Transformation of Social Security in Indonesia on 30 May 2017 at Lembaga Demografi Building, Depok. The seminar was also the last session of FKP series held by Lembaga Demografi and LPEM (Lembaga Penyelidikan Ekonomi dan Masyarakat or Institute for Economic and Social Research) in May this year. The seminar was divided into two parts, each of them discussed about social insurance system and social assistance as parts of social security programs in Indonesia. Before 2014, the implementation of social insurance system in Indonesia was delegated [...]

[FKP at Article 33] Evaluation of Dana Desa Program

August 13th, 2017|0 Comments

Article 33 hosted the last FKP seminar session in May on 15 June 2017 at Santika Hotel Jakarta with the main topic of Dana Desa. There were one field update and two papers in this session; all of them provides insights from different aspects of village fund implementation: 1) Assistance on Compilation and Update of Village Data (Tutik Rachmawati - Parahyangan Catholic University); 2) The Mechanism of Village Fund Allocation (Joko Tri Haryanto – Fiscal Policy Office, Ministry of Finance); and 3) On Constructing Village Fund Impact Evaluation Model (Santoso & Sandy Maulana – Article 33). Based on Law No. 6 of 2014, Dana Desa is one of the many alternatives [...]

The 11th Sadli Lecture: A Tale of Two Countries

August 12th, 2017|0 Comments

The 11th Sadli Lecture was hosted by LPEM Faculty of Economics and Business Universitas Indonesia in collaboration with Indonesia Project at The Australian National University (ANU). It was held at Hotel Borobudur on 9th May 2017. The speaker of the lecture was Muhammad Chatib Basri (Indonesia's Minister of Finance 2013-2014), while the keynote speech was given by Dr. Sri Mulyani Indrawati (Indonesia’s current Minister of Finance). Discussants of the event were Professor Mari Elka Pangestu (former Minister of Trade 2004-2011), and Reza Siregar (Senior Economist, IMF Institute for Capacity Development). The topic of the discussion was Dr. Basri’s paper entitle A Tale of Two Countries: India and [...]

[FKP at Article 33] Royalty and Measurement on Mining Activities

August 11th, 2017|0 Comments

Reported by Adinda Rizky Herdianti The first presentation hosted by Article 33 was held on 9 June 2017 at Swissbel-Residences Hotel Kalibata. There were three speakers who presented their working papers. The first one was Kanti (Article 33), who focused  on policy evaluation on royalty for mineral and coal mining in Indonesia. She noticed that there were high capital intensity on mining sector yet information about the policy of royalty system on the industry was quite unpopular, especially on the policy details such as correction system, measurements, and incentive system. Her study aims to evaluate the policy, particularly its effectiveness for mining corporations, and to show alternative choices on mining royalty policy. She [...]

[FKP at LD FEB UI] Population Changes and Accumulation of Wealth in Indonesia

August 7th, 2017|0 Comments

Reported by Adinda Rizky Herdianti Turro Wongkaren (Head of Lembaga Demografi or Demographic Institute) and Diana Stojanovic presented on the topic of  anational transfer accounts on 18 May 2017. National transfers accounts (NTA) itself is a recently developed method to thoroughly measure the flow of an economy with regard to the change in its population structure. The topic is timely and necessary since Indonesia is preparing to experience ageing population in several decades ahead. The starting point of NTA is founded on the observation that an individual uses and accumulates wealth for different purposes in each of his life stage, which is often closely associated with the [...]

[FKP at LD FEB UI] Job Displacement and Individual Earnings in A Developing Economy: Indonesia

August 7th, 2017|0 Comments

Reported by Adinda Rizky Herdianti On 5 May 2017, Rashesh Shrestha (ANU Indonesia Project) was speaker for the first FKP seminar hosted by Lembaga Demografi (Demographic Institute)  presenting on the topic of job displacement, which, based on many past studies, is a common occurrence in developing economies including Indonesia. The term ‘job displacement’ refers to involuntary job loss due to a specific condition occurring in an economy. Early literature on advanced economies puts emphasis on cyclical and frictional unemployment as the major contributor to displacement, followed by causes related to limited labor mobility and loss of sector specific human capital. However, job displacement is an integral part [...]

[FKP at LPEM FEB UI] Economic Openness and Exchange Rate Stability

June 27th, 2017|0 Comments

Reported by Adinda Rizky Herdianti The last FKP seminar session hosted by Universitas Syiah Kuala was held on 29 March 2017 in Jakarta. The speaker, Nazamuddin who is also the Vice Rector of Universitas Syiah Kuala, presented his study in collaboration with Juanda entitled “The Economic Openness and Exchange Rate Stability: Autoregressive Distributed Lag Approach”. Since Asian Financial Crisis in 1998, Indonesia has become considerably more economically open as depicted in the ratio of trade to GDP, usually referred as the degree of trade openness. The increase in openness is also induced by Indonesia’s membership in several bilateral and multilateral cooperation such as ASEAN Free Trade Area [...]

[FKP at LIPI] The 2nd Thee Kian Wie Lecture Series

June 27th, 2017|2 Comments

Reported by Adinda Rizky Herdianti The 2nd Thee Kian Wie Lecture Series on 26 April 2017 was the last FKP session at LIPI this year. The speakers were Mardiasmo (Deputy Minister, Ministry of Finance), Prof. Sri Moertiningsih Adioetomo (Professor Emeritus, Universitas Indonesia), Prof. Chris Manning (Adjunct Associate Professor, ANU Indonesia Project), and Latif Adam (Researcher, LIPI). Together they discussed about developing Indonesia’s human capital through proper budgeting. Deputy Minister Mardiasmo, in his remarks, noted that in addition to infrastructure, development of human resources is needed to lower inequality through improvement in the quality of life. LIPI as a research education is instrumental in improving human resources capacity, [...]

[FKP at LIPI] The Effect of Intergovernmental Transfer on Infrastructure Spending in Indonesia

June 27th, 2017|0 Comments

Reported by Adinda Rizky Herdianti Adiwan Aritenang (Research Center for Infrastructure and Regional Development, Bandung Institute of Technology) presented his study on “The Effect of Intergovernmental Transfers on Infrastructure Spending in Indonesia” on 18 April 2017 at LIPI. Additionally, Panky Febiyansah (The Economic Research Center, LIPI) presented a study conducted by his team regarding similar topic i.e. “Logistics Infrastructure and Connectivity in Indonesia: Enhancing Trade Competitiveness”. This descriptive study is part of an undergoing research series related to infrastructure and connectivity in Indonesia. Panky and his team embarked from the widely recognized phenomenon in Indonesia: development has been heavily concentrated in Java and Sumatra for decades. Many [...]

[FKP at LIPI] Analysis of Tax Aggressiveness Behavior in Indonesia

June 25th, 2017|0 Comments

Reported by Adinda Rizky Herdianti On 12 April 2017, LIPI hosted the second FKP seminar in which Yani Mulyaningsih (The Economic Research Center, LIPI) presented her study on the impact of syar’i microfinancing (Lembaga Keuangan Mikro Syaria, LKMS) on poverty reduction among agricultural households in Bogor, West Java, and Subagio Effendi (Directorate of Tax, Ministry of Finance – Indonesia) presented his policy paper regarding tax aggressiveness behavior in Indonesia. Yani Mulyaningsih started the first session by revealing the fact that a small portion of adult population in rural area possesses an account in a formal financial institution; furthermore, the credit portfolio of the agricultural sector accounts for  [...]

[FKP at LIPI] When Regional Policies Fail: An Evaluation of Indonesia’s Integrated Economic Development Zones

June 25th, 2017|0 Comments

Reported by Adinda Rizky Herdianti The Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI) hosted the FKP seminar series during the month of April 2017. Alexander Rothenberg (RAND Corporation) presented his team study entitled “When Regional Policies Fail: An Evaluation of Indonesia’s Integrated Economic Development Zones” where he evaluates the short and long-run impacts of Indonesia’s Integrated Economic Zones (Kawasan Pengembangan Ekonomi Terpadu, KAPET). In theory, place-based policies such as economic zone seem to be promising for country with large spatial inequalities to stimulate growth in lagging regions for several reasons. The widely used mechanism is offering tax incentive or subsidy for firms located in certain areas. Incentive and subsidy [...]

FKP Roadshow 2017 in Makassar, Banda Aceh and Padang (20-22 March 2017)

June 24th, 2017|0 Comments

At Universitas Andalas, Padang, with Harif Amali Rivai, Dean of the Faculty of Economics The 2017 Forum Kajian Pembangunan (FKP) Roadshow was conducted at Universitas Hasanuddin in Makassar (20 March), Universitas Syiah Kuala in Banda Aceh (21 March) and Universitas Andalas in Padang (22 March). The topic of this year's Roadshow was rural development, with speakers Budy Resosudarmo (ANU Indonesia Project), Heni Kurniasih (SMERU Research Institute) and Hefrizal Handra (Universitas Andalas and Program KOMPAK) presenting at all three cities. Other researchers joined the presentation in Makassar (Sabir) and Banda Aceh (Nazamuddin and Juanda). Altogether, almost 300 people attended the Roadshow (more than 200 in Banda Aceh, about [...]

FKP May 2017 dengan Tuan Rumah LD dan LPEM, FEB UI

April 28th, 2017|0 Comments

Kami mengundang Ibu, Bapak, Saudari, Saudara untuk menghadiri seri Forum Kajian Pembangunan (FKP), dengan Lembaga Demografi (LD) dan Lembaga Penyelidikan Ekonomi dan Masyarakat (LPEM), Universitas Indonesia sebagai tuan rumah pada bulan Mei 2017, dengan program acara sebagai berikut: Jumat, 5 Mei 2017, 09.00-10.30 WIB Ruang Kartono Gunawan, Lantai 3, Lembaga Demografi Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis, Universitas Indonesia, Kampus UI, Depok "Jobless growth" and individual earnings in a developing economy: Indonesia Rashesh Shrestha (ANU Indonesia Project) Abstract: Conventional growth models predict that labor productivity rises as an economy develops. Yet in Indonesia, rapid GDP growth in the first decade of the 21st century was accompanied by real wages that were [...]

[FKP at LPEM FEB UI] The Struggle over Adat Forest Rights in Upland Banten, Indonesia

March 23rd, 2017|1 Comment

Reported by Adinda Rizky Herdianti FKP in March 2017 was hosted by Universitas Syiah Kuala and Universitas Andalas. One event was held in each Banda Aceh and Padang (during the FKP Roadshow) and two events in Jakarta at LPEM FEB UI. On Tuesday, 14 March 2017, the FKP presentation was by Dean Affandi from Social and Political Science Graduate Research Program, Universitas Indonesia,  on “The Struggle over Adat Forest Right in Upland Banten”. The study, which he conducted as part of his doctoral program at Monash University, focused on the strategies of Kasepuhan people in Banten to gain rights and access to their customary land in the [...]

[FKP hosted by Bank Indonesia] Analysis of the Effects of Supply-Demand of Foreign Currency on Rupiah Exchange Rate

March 13th, 2017|0 Comments

Reported by Adinda Rizky Herdianti On 28 February 2017, the Department for Central Bank Research (Departemen Riset Kebanksentralan or DRK) of Bank Indonesia hosted the presentation of a a study on the effects of demand and supply of foreign currency on the Rupiah exchange rate. The study was presented by Bayront Rumondor from Department of Economic and Monetary Policy, Bank Indonesia. The study intends to analyze a country’s economic performance using cash-based balance of payments (BOP). The study itself describes all components of cash-based BOP that drives the supply and demand of potential foreign currency and the criteria of supply and demand that affects Rupiah exchange rate, taking to note [...]

[FKP hosted by Bank Indonesia] The role of Indonesian Small and Medium Automotive Firms in the Global Value Chain

March 2nd, 2017|0 Comments

Reported by Adinda Rizky Herdianti Bank Indonesia is FKP host for the month of February 2017. The first presentation was  on 14 February 2017 where Shinta R.I. Soekro (Center For Central Bank Research and Education, Bank of Indonesia) presented her team’s research on the linkage between Indonesian small and medium automotive industry in the global value chain (Keterkaitan industri kecil menengah dalam global value chain: studi kasus industri otomotif di Indonesia). The topic was important, considering that capital goods and intermediate goods trade tends to surge over time globally. It also includes Indonesia, in which capital goods and intermediate goods comprise 54% of trade volume on average. [...]

[FKP hosted by ANU Indonesia Project] Towards a Successful Forest and Landscape Restoration in Indonesia: The Application of Restoration Opportunities Assessment Methodology

February 20th, 2017|0 Comments

  Reported by Adinda Rizky Herdianti On Monday 23rd January 2017, ANU Indonesia Project hosted an FKP seminar in which Satrio A. Wicaksono (World Resources Institute Indonesia or WRI Indonesia) gave a presentation on “Towards a Successful Forest and Landscape Restoration in Indonesia: The Application of Restoration Opportunities Assessment Methodology”. Landscape restoration has an escalating importance to the world since pressures toward landscape have been intensifying globally along with the growing population worldwide that bring along heightening consumption and the decreasing landscape utilization rate with increasing rate of degradation and deforestation. Not only can forest and landscape restoration help degraded forest and agriculture have their functions and [...]

[FKP hosted by ANU Indonesia Project] Effects of Indonesia’s fuel and electricity subsidy reforms

February 14th, 2017|0 Comments

Paul Burke with his former ANU students Reported by Adinda Rizky Herdianti Paul Burke (Australian National University) presented his study (a collaboration with Muhammad Halley Yudhistira of LPEM FEB UI and other researchesr) on fuel and electricity subsidy reforms in Indonesia on 17 January 2017. At the beginning of his presentation, Paul stated that the topic, particularly electricity subsidy reduction, was intriguing since it was still ongoing in Indonesia and might be the biggest recent economic reform given the size of the subsidies being reduced. Paul started the presentation with data on fuel and electricity subsidies over recent years from the Ministry of Finance. It was visible [...]

[FKP hosted by ANU Indonesia Project] Buoyed by the boom? Regional effects of commodity price increases in Indonesia

February 13th, 2017|0 Comments

Reported by Adinda Rizky Herdianti Allison Derrick, a PhD student at University of Wisconsin-Madison, presented her study titled “Buoyed by the boom? Regional effects of commodity price increases in Indonesia” which focuses on the effect of commodity price boom in Indonesia on 11 January 2017. Before going in to the presentation, she mentioned that any suggestions were welcomed since her study was still at a preliminary stage. The study will focus on palm oil since it is considered as labor-intensive industry, thus having the potential to influence labor market, particularly rural labor market where poor people mostly concentrated. The term ‘boom’ itself refers to palm oil production [...]

[FKP hosted by ANU Indonesia Project] Trade, poverty and Income Distribution: the Indonesian Experience

February 13th, 2017|0 Comments

Reported by Adinda Rizky Herdianti The ANU Indonesia Project hosted the FKP in January 2017. The first FKP seminar of the year was held on 5 January 2017 at LPEM FEB UI, Jakarta with the topic Trade, poverty and income distribution: the Indonesian experience. The seminar delivered expanded topics of trade, poverty, and income inequality through different perspectives. More than seventy people attended the event. In his introduction to the seminar, Richard Barichello (University of British Columbia) stated that the issue of trade and its relation to poverty and income inequality was important to Indonesia, a country which has been enjoying declining poverty rate and relatively 'good' [...]

ANU Indonesia Project to host FKP in January 2017

January 6th, 2017|2 Comments

FKP will embark in its eight year of convening regular, data and research-based short seminars, and the host institutions are listed below. This website will also be continuously improved to become the central depository of FKP livestream, papers, videos, summaries and other resources. We hope to also bring you video livestream in the near future. If you have suggestions for us, please feel free to write it in the comment box below. Thank you and hope to see you in one of our seminar series. January: ANU Indonesia Project February: DRK Bank Indonesia March: Universitas Syiah Kuala dan Universitas Andalas April: LIPI May: LPEM and LD Fakultas [...]

[FKP at LIPI] Social-Economic Assessment of Energy Conversion for Small-scale Fishermen

October 28th, 2016|0 Comments

On 8 September 2016, the Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI) hosted an FKP Seminar in which two studies related to energy were presented. The second presentation was by Chitra Indah Yuliana (LIPI) on the results of a socio-economic impact assessment of small-scale fishing boats oil fuel to LPG conversion in Indonesia. This is an important issue fuel accounts for 37.5% (inboard) and 50% (outboard) of the total cost of fishing (outside of wages. Furthermore, a study by the Indonesia Fishing Technology Development Center (BBPI) in 2016 indicated that 70% of the total cost in small-scale fishing is for fuel. The study presented aims to analyze oil fuel [...]

[FKP at LIPI] Stranded Assets, Carbon Risks and Coal Mines in Indonesia

October 28th, 2016|0 Comments

On 8 September 2016, the Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI) hosted an FKP Seminar in which two studies related to energy were presented. The first presentation was by Sonny Mumbunan (Research Center for Climate Change Universitas Indonesia, RCCC UI), on “Stranded Assets, Carbon Risks and Coal Mines in Indonesia.” As a background to the study, it is worth to note that the Paris Agreement for parties (including Indonesia) under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) is committed to pursuing efforts to limit the Earth’s temperature increase to 1.5 °C. This results in a condition where coal becomes a carbon constraint, causing the price of [...]

[FKP at BAPPENAS] Family Matters – Demographic Change and Social Spending in Indonesia

October 25th, 2016|0 Comments

On 26 August 2016 Riatu Qibthiyyah (LPEM-UI) and Ariane Utomo (ANU and ARI-NUS) presented The Survey of Recent Developments which was published in the August 2016 edition of the Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies (BIES). In addition to looking back at the state of the economy in Indonesia, the Survey also focused on demographic change and its implications on social spending. The Survey focuses initially on Jokowi’s continued efforts towards a range of targeted family-based social protection programs and universal health insurance. Previously, family and extended kinship networks have been the primary source of these forms of social protections for most Indonesians. Changing patterns in family structures [...]

[FKP at BAPPENAS] The Socio-economic and Environmental Impacts of Trade Tariff Reform in Indonesia

October 21st, 2016|0 Comments

On 19 August 2016, BAPPENAS hosted the FKP Seminar in which Yessi Vadila (The Australian National University) presented her research on the socio-economic and environmental impacts of trade tariff reform in Indonesia. The research is divided into three main sections. The first section studies the impact of tariff reform on Indonesia’s inequality and poverty rate. The study employs nominal tariff, initial regional labor market structure data, and national input output table of 26 provinces from UNCTAD-TRAINS, IPUMS, and Statistics Indonesia. These data were later processed using panel regression technique. The second section studies the impact of tariff reform on child mortality rates. Using data on child mortality [...]

[FKP at BAPPENAS] Towards Pro-poor Village Fund and Spending

October 18th, 2016|0 Comments

Badan Perencanaan Pembangunan Nasional (BAPPENAS) hosted the FKP again in the month of August 2016. The first event on 16 August 2016 was a presentation by Daan Pattinasarany (The World Bank) and Rofikoh Rokhim (Article 33) on village fund allocation and poverty alleviation. The study has several objectives, one of which is to find the correct formulation of village fund allocation by conducting simulations of six different pre-existing and other proposed formulas. Data of 74,430 villages were employed to carry out the simulation. In addition, another simulation was conducted using data of 23,170 villages dispersed in 30 provinces to assess the village fund’s appropriate proportion of Basic [...]

FKP at KEMLU on the Impact of Brexit on Indonesia – UK relationship

October 6th, 2016|0 Comments

The last FKP Seminar in July 2016 was hosted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (KEMLU) in Jakarta. This time, the FKP seminar tries to examine the probably impacts of the British vote of exit from the European Union (“Brexit”) on Indonesia, especially on economic matters. There were three speakers: Kasan Muhri (Indonesia Ministry of Trade), Fithra Faisal Hastiadi (FEB Universitas Indonesia) and Sudrajat Usman (Asosiasi Pertekstilan Indonesia). According to Kasan, there are two main reasons behind the Brexit. First, people want to stop the flow of non-European Union migrants who attempted to reach UK. Second, it is a call for sovereignty against common policies by the [...]

FKP hosted by Badan Kebijakan Fiskal

October 4th, 2016|0 Comments

The Fiscal Policy Agency, Ministry of Finance (BKF) hosted two FKP presentations on 21 July 2016 in Jakarta. The first presentation, by Hidayat Amir and Anda Nugroho (both of BKF), was based on research which tries to examine the effect increase in Indonesia’s import tariff on consumer and non-consumer goods to economic indicators. The data used on the research are from 9,652 commodities imported by Indonesia and aggregated into 95 commodity groups. The model used in this research was based on the 2008 Input-Output (IO) table classification. The result of the research suggests that the impact of import tariff on non-consumer goods to macroeconomic indicators such as [...]

FKP Electoral Competitiveness and Connectivity, Evidence from Indonesia’s Presidential Election

August 9th, 2016|0 Comments

The FKP Seminar on 22 June 2016 was hosted by the Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Jakarta. Arya Gaduh (University of Arkansas) and T. Yudo Wicaksono (SurveyMeter) presented their paper which tries to examine the impact of information and communications technology (ICT) on electoral competitiveness. The data used on the research was based on several criteria: village-level voting data, connectivity measures, and demographic and village characteristics controls. The result of the research suggests that mobile phone adoption and reception of TV broadcasts are positively associated with voter turnout. This result is supported by the fact that television is the dominant form of mass media [...]

FKP Evidence on technology-induced productivity

August 9th, 2016|0 Comments

On the last FKP Seminar on 29 June 2019 hosted by the Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Jakarta, Teguh Yudo Wicaksono (SurveyMeter) presented his research which tries to examine the impact of information and communications technology (ICT) on earnings. The estimation model of this research is based on Modified Mincer Model. The data used on this research is from The Indonesia Family Life Survey (IFLS) wave 4 (2007) & 5 (2014). IFLS is a longitudinal data where the baseline sample is representative of 83 % of the Indonesian population. The sample criteria are an individuals aged 18-55 years old and currently working. However, unpaid [...]

FKP : Asia and Indonesia Macroeconomic Growth Outlook 2016

July 29th, 2016|0 Comments

The second quarter of 2016 has just began, and experts and academicians alike have made forecasts on the potential growth in macroeconomic sector. These forecasts are important recommendation for future decision making and evaluation. On 6 April 2016, Institute for Economic and Social Research, Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Indonesia (LPEM FEB UI), held a forum to discuss about the forecasts of LPEM and Asian Development Bank (ADB). Presenting at the event in Salemba, FEB UI, was Priasto Aji (ADB) and Febrio Kacaribu ( LPEM FEB UI). Priasto Aji began his presentation by showing the slowing down of growth in developing Asia from 5.9% last [...]

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