Dr. Alin Halimatussadiah


Dr. Alin Halimatussadiah is an active lecturer at the Faculty of Economics and Business – Universitas Indonesia (FEB UI) since 2004. She received her doctoral degree from Universitas Indonesia in 2013 with a focus area on natural resources and environmental economics. Since 2017, she has been trusted as the head of Environmental Economic Research Group at the Institute of Economic and Social Research (LPEM), Faculty of Economics and Business – Universitas Indonesia (FEB UI).




Research Interests

Natural Resources and Environmental economics, renewable energy economics and policy, circular economy, sustainable fisheries management, disaster risk reduction, climate finance and green growth. She also held certifications on water financing, renewable energy financing, impact investing, sustainable finance, and sustainability reporting.


Academic Publications

  • Halimatussadiah, A., Nainggolan, D., Yui, S., Moeis, F. R., & Siregar, A. A. (2021). Progressive biodiesel policy in Indonesia: Does the Government’s economic proposition hold?. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 150, 111431.
  • Halimatussadiah, A., Afifi, F.A.R., Adriansyah, M. (2021). Utilization of Valuation Method: Choice Modelling for Environmental Services in Indonesia. In Methods and Studies of Biodiversity and Environment (pp. 579- 596). Yayasan Pustaka Obor Indonesia. (In Bahasa Indonesia).
  • Hartono, D., Hastuti, S. H., Halimatussadiah, A., Saraswati, A., Mita, A. F., & Indriani, V. (2020). Comparing the impacts of fossil and renewable energy investments in Indonesia: A simple general equilibrium analysis. Heliyon, 6(6), e04120.
  • Halimatussadiah, A., Resosudarmo, B. P., and Widyawati, D. 2017. Social capital to induce a contribution to environmental collective action: results from a laboratory experiment in Indonesia. International Journal of Environment and Sustainable Development Vol. 16, No. 4, 397-414.
  • Halimatussadiah, A., F. Muhammad, K.D. Indraswari. 2017. What Drive Students to Behave More Environmentally Friendly Towards Waste? ASEAN Journal of Community Engagement Vol. 1, No. 1, 41-58.
  • Rarasanti, D., A. Halimatussadiah, F.F. Hastiadi, P.P.S.A. Muchtar. 2016. Does Piped Water Improve the Welfare of Poor Households? Economics and Policy of Energy and the Environment Vol. 3, No. 16, 119-134.
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