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Working Paper Collection of LPEM-FEBUI

Authors: Rus’an Nasrudin1, Djoni Hartono, Faizal Rahmanto Moeis, Andhika Putra Pratama, Raka Rizky Fadilla, and Rustam Effendi Executive Summary This article summarises the distributional and economic-wide impact of several policy scenarios of recent tax policy changes in Indonesia. Some of the scenario’s designs are directly drawn from the changes in the new Indonesian tax law...
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Author : Kiki Verico Executive Summary ASEAN is in the process of structural economic and digital transformation. ASEAN needs to adopt related principles to support it. This paper found that structural economic transformation requires the open economy as the necessary principle and economic convergence as the sufficient condition. The open regionalism principle is needed because...
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Author : Chairina Hanum Siregar, Muhammad Rifqi Aufari, Hamdan Bintara, Raka Rizky Fadilla, Wildan Al Kautsar Anky, Nia Kurnia Sholihah, Lovina Aisha Malika Putri, Alin Halimatussadiah, and Jahen Fachrul Rizki Executive Summary Many workers in Indonesia experienced job loss and decreasing income during the pandemic of COVID-19. These phenomena have a tremendous impact on workers...
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Author: Riatu M. Qibthiyyah and Fauziah Zen Executive Summary During the COVID period, a form of remote working, work from home, is adopted in the workplace and/or is opted by the workers.  Based on SAKERNAS August 2020 survey, 10.39% of salaried workers worked from home during this early period of the COVID-19 pandemic. Exploring on...
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Capital structure is one of the most critical decisions for ?rms in business. This study examines the role of macro (economic and non-economic) uncertainties in affecting ?rms� capital structure management.
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Author: Nauli A. Desdiani, Fachry Abdul Razak Afifi, Amalia Cesarina, Syahda Sabrina, Meila Husna, Rosalia Marcha Violeta, Adho Adinegoro, and Alin Halimatussadiah Executive Summary The establishment of national climate policy targets has forced the local government to set ambitious climate goals supporting the national government to achieve its proposed target. Besides low awareness of climate...
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Author: Dhaniel Ilyas Executive Summary Using micro commuting data in 2015, I estimate travel demand of Denpasar greater area. Motorcycle and car are still more preferred greatly compare to public transport. Faster travel time are the most important factor that drive the use of motorcycle and car in Denpasar greater area. Younger people seems to...
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