Past Seminars


2017

Innovative Approaches to SMEs and Entrepreneurial Financing for Enhanced Competitiveness. 8-9 November 2017. Hosted by ADBI (Asian Development Bank Institute), LPEM FEB UI and GraSPP (Graduate School of Public Policy) University of Tokyo, and TIFO (Toshiba Foundation), with the following sessions:

  • Challenges and Opportunities for Enhancing SMEs’ Competitiveness by Muhamad Dian Revindo (LPEM FEB UI) and Lili Yan Ing (ERIA – Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia)
  • SMEs’ Linkage to Large Enterprises and Technological Upgrading by Dainn Wie (GRIPS – National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies – Japan) and Joon-Ho Lee (KOSBI – Korea Small Business Research Institute)
  • Role of Credit Guarantee Scheme in Improving SMEs’ Access to Financing by Winny Purwanti (Bank Indonesia)
  • Country Panels #1 – How to Enhance SMEs’ Competitiveness by Sakun Lambasara (Ministry of Finance, Thailand), Phuong Nguyen Hoang Dinh (the Assisstance Center for Small and Medium Size Enterprises for the Central of Vietnam), Litthideth Khamhoung (Ministry of Industry and Commerce, Lao PDR)
  • Financing Options for Upgrading SMEs’ Technological Capability by Firdaos Rosli (Institute of Strategic and International Studies, Malaysia) and Hiroyuki Kawakami (International Division – Japan Desk, Bank Negara Indonesia)
  • Community-based Financing for SMEs and Local Entrepreneurs by Masami Komatsu (Music Securities Inc. Japan) and Natworarat Khantisit (Navuti, Thailand)
  • Country Panels #2 – How to Enhance SMEs’ Competitiveness by Ronald Dela Cruz Ditablan (Department of Trade and Industry, Philippines), Tajul Ariffin Jamaluddin (SME Corporation Malaysia), Soe Moe Kyaw (Ministry of Industry, Myanmar)
  • Country Panels #3 – How to Enhance SMEs’ Competitiveness by Chhea Layhy (Ministry of Industry and Handicraft, Cambodia) and Iwan Faidi (Coordinating Ministry of Economy, Indonesia)

Hosted by LPEM FEB UI and GraSPP (Graduate School of Public Policy) University of Tokyo, and TIFO (Toshiba Foundation). Panelists: Masahiro Kawai (University of Tokyo), T.M Zakir Machmud (Universitas Indonesia), and Nobuyuki Matsumoto (JETRO Indonesia).

11th SADLI Lecture. A Tale of Two countries: India and Indonesia, a Lesson Learned from the 2013 Taper Tantrum by Muhamad Chatib Basri, Universitas Indonesia. 9 May 2017.
Hosted by LPEM FEB UI in cooperation with Indonesia Project – ANU.

Internationalization of Indonesia’s Small and Medium Enterprises. Mohamad Dian Revindo (LPEM FEB UI)
FKP hosted by LPEM FEB UI

Impact of Oil Price Volatility on Renewable Energy Development. Uswatun Hasanah (LPEM FEB UI)
FKP hosted by LPEM FEB UI

Transformasi Perlindungan Sosial di Indonesia. Flora Aninditya, Dinda Srikandi dan Sri Moertiningsih Adioetomo (LD FEB UI)
FKP hosted by LD FEB UI

Trade, Poverty, and Income Distribution: the Indonesian Experience, FKP hosted by Australian National University, with the following sessions:

  • The Right to Sight. Aris Ananta and Evi Arifin (Universitas Indonesia)
  • Coffee Eco-Certification: New Challenges for Farmer Welfare. Bustanul Arifin (Lampung)
  • Reducing Rural Poverty through Trade? Evidence from Indonesia. Richard Barichello and Faisal Harahap (University of British Columbia)
  • The Impact of Trade Expansion on Poverty and Income Inequality in Indonesia.
    Teguh Dartanto, Yusuf Sofiyandi, N. Sholihah (Universitas Indonesia)
  • Is Greater Openness to Trade Good: What are the Effects on Poverty and Inequality?
    Arianto Patunru (Australian National University) and T.M. Zakir Macmud (Universitas Indonesia)
  • Inequality and Child Well-being in Indonesia. Arianto Patunru (Australian National University) and Shanti Kusumaningrum (Columbia University)
  • Does Globalization Induce Income Inequality? Yessi Vadila (Ministry of Trade) and Budi Resosudarmo (Australian National University)


2016

SME Development and Financial Inclusion. 23 November 2016. Hosted by LPEM FEB UI and GraSPP (Graduate School of Public Policy) University of Tokyo, and TIFO (Toshiba Foundation).
Panelists: Masahiro Kawai (University of Tokyo), T.M Zakir Machmud (Universitas Indonesia), and Nobuyuki Matsumoto (JETRO Indonesia).

10th SADLI Lecture. Services Sectors as Driver of Change: Indonesia experience in the ASEAN context by Christopher Findlay, The University of Adelaide, and Mari Pangestu, Universitas Indonesia.
Hosted by LPEM FEB UI in cooperation with Indonesia Project – ANU, and ISD – Indonesia Services Dialogue.

Macroeconomic and Monetary Policy Outlook in Indonesia and Asia in 2016
Priasto Aji (Asia Development Bank) and Febrio Kacaribu (LPEM FEB UI), FKP hosted by LPEM FEB UI


2015

The Emerging Researchers Forum between Indonesia and Japan: Partnership Opportunity for Enhancing Human Capital, Innovation, and Competitiveness. 1-2 December 2015.
Hosted by LPEM FEB UI and GraSPP (Graduate School of Public Policy) University of Tokyo, and TIFO (Toshiba Foundation), with the following panelists:

  • Measuring the Benefit of Seaborne Trade Document-Handling Service Improvement in Indonesia. M. Haley Yudhistira (Universitas Indonesia)
  • How Did the Urban Rail Market in Tokyo Emerge? A Time-Series Analysis 3 of Urban Rail Supply in Tokyo, Japan, from 1920 to 2010. Ryosuke Abe and Hironori Kato (University of Tokyo)
  • The Jakarta Smart Card Program: An Impact Evaluation. Joyce Z. Lim (University of Tokyo)
  • Why are informal sectors in Indonesia reluctant to join the National Health Insurance? Teguh Dartanto, Jahen Fachrul Rezki, Chairina Hanum Siregar, Usman, Hamdan Bintara, Wahyu Pramono (LPEM FEB UI)

Indonesia – Japan Embassy Workshop on Foreign Direct Investment. 2 December 2015.
Hosted by LPEM FEB UI. Panelist: Toshiro Nishizawa (The University of Tokyo), Daiki Kasugahara (JETRO Indonesia), Iwan Jaya Azis (Cornell University and Universitas Indonesia), Azhar Lubis (Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board), APINDO, and Kiki Verico (LPEM FEB UI).

Can Community Based Forest Conservation Work? Insights from a Randomized Impact Evaluation in Aceh by Cyrus Samii (New York University). 22 September 2015.
Hosted by LPEM FEB UI and the World Bank

Effects of Political Ties of Firms in Indonesia by Yasuyuki Todo (Waseda University). 8 September 2015.
Hosted by LPEM FEB UI and Economics Department, Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Indonesia.

Aligning Rights and Interests in Global Supply Chains: Lessons for Indonesia by Margaret Levy (the University of Washington). 6 July 2015.
Hosted by LPEM FEB UI and the World Bank.

9th SADLI Lecture. Indonesia’s research boom in international perspective: dilemmas and options for sustained, equitable growth by Ross Garnaut AO, The University of Melbourne. 24 April 2015.
Hosted by LPEM FEB UI in cooperation with Indonesia Project – The Australian National University.

Person with Disabilities (PWD) and Labor Force in Indonesia: A Preliminary Study
Alin Halimatusadiah and Chaikal Nuryakin (LPEM FEB UI), FKP hosted by LPEM FEB UI.


2014

FDI for the Future: Human Capital, Innovation, and Competitiveness. 24 November 2014.
Hosted by LPEM FEB UI and GraSPP (Graduate School of Public Policy) University of Tokyo, and TIFO (Toshiba Foundation). Panelists: Prema-Chandra Athukorala (Australian National University), Masahiro Kawai (University of Tokyo), Fukunari Kimura (ERIA, Keio University), Kenichi Tomiyoshi (JETRO), and Erlinda Medalla (PIDS, Phillippine).

8th SADLI Lecture. The Demography of Indonesia in Comparative Perspective by Peter McDonald, The Australian National University. 14 May 2014.
Hosted by LPEM FEB UI in cooperation with Indonesia Project – The Australian National University.

The importance of social capital in environmental collective action in Indonesia
Alin Halimatussaddiah (LPEM FEBUI), hosted by LPEM FEBUI

Financial crises and the dismissal of central bank governors: New evidence
I Kadek Dian Sutrisna (LPEM FEBUI), hosted by LPEM FEBUI

Value added from space ?
Susan Olivia (Monash University, Melbourne), hosted by LPEM FEBUI

The ‘scooter class’ in Indonesia: New ‘middle class’ or something else?
Andy Sumner (King’s College, London), hosted by LPEM FEBUI

Economic Convergence in South Sumatra
Anna Yulianita (Fakultas Ekonomi, Universitas Sriwijaya), hosted by Universitas Sriwijaya

Green economy priority sectors in Indonesia: A SAM approach
Lilia Endriana (BPS), Djoni Hartono (Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis, Universitas Indonesia), hosted by Universitas Sriwijaya

The influence of economic factors, social capital and religiosity on the return of financing
Saadah (Fakultas Ekonomi, Universitas Sriwijaya), hosted by Universitas Sriwijaya

Economies of scale in the Islamic banking industry in Indonesia
Suhel (Fakultas Ekonomi, Universitas Sriwijaya), hosted by Universitas Sriwijaya

FKP Roadshow (Banjarmasin): Performance of regional autonomy in South Kalimantan: Still missed
Syahrituah Siregar (FEB, Universitas Lambung Mangkurat), hosted by Universitas Lambung Mangkurat

FKP Roadshow (Banjarmasin): Business and politics after elections
Syarif Hidayat (LIPI), hosted by Universitas Lambung Mangkurat

FKP Roadshow (Banjarmasin): Province – local tax share distribution in Indonesia
Riatu Qibthiyyah (LPEM, Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis, Universitas Indonesia), hosted by Universitas Lambung Mangkurat

FKP Roadshow (Palembang): Analysis of the balance funds and regional disparities in South Sumatra
Didik Susetyo (Fakultas Ekonomi Universitas Sriwijaya), hosted by Universitas Sriwijaya

FKP Roadshow (Palembang): Decentralisation and forest management in Indonesia
Vid Adrison (LPEM, Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis, Universitas Indonesia), hosted by Universitas Sriwijaya

High cost, low performance: Decentralisation in education sector in Aceh
Nazamuddin (Fakultas Ekonomi, Universitas Syiah Kuala), hosted by ICAOS & Unsyiah

FKP Roadshow (Banda Aceh): Decentralisation and forest management in Indonesia
Vid Adrison (LPEM FEBUI), hosted by ICAOS & Unsyiah

FKP Roadshow (Banda Aceh): Local economic governance and outcomes in decentralised Indonesia
Arianto Patunru (ANU Indonesia Project)

The elections: Spreading democracy oligarchy reap
Syarif Hidayat (LIPI), hosted by ICAOS & Unsyiah

Assessment update of the regional economy
Divisi Assesmen Ekonomi Regional (DKEM, Bank Indonesia), hosted by Bank Indonesia

Indonesia’s balance of payments developments
Triono Widodo & Lutzardo Tobing (PRES, Bank Indonesia), hosted by Bank Indonesia

FKP Roadshow (Palembang): design of economic policy in the era of regional autonomy
Agus Syarip Hidayat (LIPI), hosted by Universitas Sriwijaya

Tax farming reduce: Experimental evidence on incentive pay for tax collectors
Benjamin A Olken (J-PAL Southeast Asia), hosted by Bank Indonesia

Overview of economic, technological and juridical aspects of accountability against the banks and consumer protection related electronic crimes Indonesian banking – Case studies on TM card / Debit crime
Iwan Setiawan (PRES, Bank Indonesia), hosted by Bank Indonesia

Companies’s competitive advantage for “Batik” products in Yogyakarta
Triono Saputro (PPM Manajemen), hosted by PPM Manajemen

Local economic governance and outcomes in decentralised Indonesia
Arianto Patunru (ANU Indonesia Project), hosted by PPM Manajemen

The impact of collaboration among partners in the success of marketing innovation among companies in Indonesia
Aprihatiningrum Hidayati, Ciu Heny Meiria, Erlinda (PPM Manajemen), hosted by PPM Manajemen


2013

The impact of universal healthcare coverage in South Sumatra on healthcare preference: Separating policy effects from trends
Ari Kuncoro (LPEM – FEBUI), hosted by P2E LIPI

Decentralization, Local Democracy, and the Effectiveness of Public Service Delivery: The Case of Roads in Indonesia
Isfandiarni and Vid Adrison (LPEM FEBUI), hosted by LPEM FEBUI

Measuring the Impact of Economics Shocks with an Endogenous Poverty Line
Teguh Dartanto (LPEM FEBUI) and Edimon Ginting (ADB)

Export-led Growth Strategy of South Korea
Lee Kang Yong (Hannam University, Korea), hosted by LPEM FEBUI

7th Sadli Lecture: Manufacturing in India and Indonesia: Performance and Policies
Vikram Nehru (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Washington, DC), discussants Ari Kuncoro (LPEM-FEBUI), Dionisius Narjoko (ERIA)

2012

Reaching Out to the Poor and to the Vulnerable in Indonesia
Vivi Alatas (World Bank, Jakarta), hosted by LPEM FEBUI

FDI Forward Linkage and Local Input Procurement: Evidence from Indonesian Manufacturing
Dionisius Narjoko (ERIA, Jakarta), hosted by LPEM

The Effects of Changes in Compulsory Education on Birth Weight
Shahnaz N. Arina (LPEM-FEBUI, Jakarta), hosted by LPEM FEBUI

2011

Does Better Local Governance Improve District Growth Performance in Indonesia
Neil McCulloch (AusAID), hosted by Indonesia Project & LPEM

Economy-wide Impact of a Carbon Tax in ASEAN
Ditya Nurdianto (Indonesian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Jakarta), hosted by LPEM

The Evolution of Poverty Alleviation Policies: Ideas, Issues and Actors
Ari Perdana (National Team for Accelerating Poverty Reduction (TNP2K), Jakarta), hosted by LPEM

Anti-trust Law in Indonesia
Aufa Doarest (LPEM, Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Indonesia, Jakarta)

Mineral Governance, Conflicts and Rights: Case Studies on Informal Mining of Gold, Tin and Coal in Indonesia
Nina Lestari Subiman (Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Indonesia), hosted by Indonesia Project & LPEM

The Economics of M-PESA
Michael Joseph (Georgetown University, Washington D.C.), hosted by Indonesia Project & LPEM

The Asian Tsunami: Aid and Reconstruction after a Disaster
Peter McCawley, Kuntoro Mangkusubroto, and Wiryono Sastrohandoyo. Hosted by CSIS, ADBI, Indonesia Project, and LPEM


2010

Graduating from the Middle: Malaysia’s Development Challenges
Prof. Hal Hill, Australian National University

Food world prices and poverty in Indonesia
Dr. Arief A. Yusuf, Faculty of Economics Padjadjaran University

Information and Coordination: Towards an integrated financial sector in East Asia
Dr. Maria Wihardja, CSIS/FEBUI

Business Entities and Its Implications on Funding: Using Industry Statistics for 1990-1998
Dr. Sjamsu Rahardja, The World Bank

Banking Survival in Indonesia: Application of Hazard Model
Prof. Ari Kuncoro, Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Indonesia

The Impact of Decentralization on Health and Education in Indonesia
Dr. Riatu Qibthiyyah, FEBUI

The impact of punishment on regulatory compliance
Dr. Vid Adrison, LPEM-FEBUI

Competition in the Mobile Telecommunications Market: Alternatives Analysis on Temasek Case
Rolly Purnomo – Supervisory Commission of Business Competition (KPPU)

Understanding on calculating process of Indonesia Statistics
Dr. Bambang Heru Santosa – Central Bureau of Statistics

The cause of inflation on traded goods: abroad and not for Indonesia
Dr. Arief Machmud, Bank Indonesia

Entrepreneurial Human Capital and the Dynamics of Micro and Small Enterprises in Indonesia
Russell Toth, PhD Candidate Cornell University

Vegetable Commodities: Its contributions in development of Indonesia
Dr. Joko Mariyono, The World Vegetable Centre

In China’s Wake: What has East Asia Lost and Gained from China’s Growth?
Prof. Peter E. Robertson, The University of Western Australia

Fiscal decentralization, taxation and economic growth: An empirical study for the districts and cities in Indonesia in 2001-2008
Neli Agustina, Institute of Statistics BPS

Local Government Capability and Public Spending Efficacy: Evidence from a Decentralized Government Transfer
Dr. Chikako Yamauchi, GRIPS-Japan


Estimate the Benefit from Air Pollution Decrease: A Case Study in Jakarta Metropolitan Area
Dr. Mia Amalia, National Development Planning Agency (Bappenas)

How genes affect economic decision making
Prof. Richard Ebstein, National University of Singapore

Illegal organizational behavior: To bribe (much) or not to bribe (much)? A multi-level theory and cross-country empirical test of firm bribery motives and constraints
Dendi Ramdani, University of Antwerp

Labor Market Returns, Marriage Opportunities, or the Education System? Explaining Gender Differences in Numeracy in Indonesia
Dr. Daniel Suryadarma, Australian National University


Rethinking Regional Disparity in Indonesia by Factor Decomposition
Takayuki Higashikata, IDE-JETRO



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