Forum of Development Studies


Forum of Development Studies – or Forum Kajian Pembangunan (FKP) is a consortium consisting of various institutions in Indonesia, in collaboration with the Indonesia Project, under the Crawford School of Public Policy – ANU College of Asia & the Pacific – academic institution which holds a series of research based policy forums discussing research outcomes related to topical policy issues in Indonesia.

The institutions involved in the consortium take turns every month to host the forum. The forum is free and open to the public. If you are interested to follow/accept forum invitations, please send an email to:

Schedule and information about the forum activity can be seen in :

Video about the forum activity can be found at:

Seminar Contact

The committee welcomes the proposal recommendation for speaker, topic, and host forums for this study series. Therefore, we invite you to contact one of our members:

Arianto Patunru (ANU Indonesia Project)

Arief A. Yusuf (Faculty of Economics and Business – Padjadjaran University)

Asep Suryahadi (SMERU Research Institute)

Bernadette Robiani (Faculty of Economics – Sriwijaya University)

Budy P. Resosudarmo (ANU Indonesia Project)

Dinna Wisnu (Diplomatic Relation – Postgraduate Program Paramadina University)

Doni Septadijaya (Bank Indonesia)

Edimon Ginting (Asian Development Bank – Jakarta)

Haryo Aswicahyono (Centre for Strategic and International Studies)

Hefrizal Handra (Faculty of Economics – Andalas University)

Ibnu Syabri (SAPPK – Bandung Technology Institute)

Lydia Napitupulu (Faculty of Economics and Business – University of Indonesia)

Pepey Riawati Kurnia (School of Management PPM)

Priyarsono (Faculty of Economics and Management – Bogor Agriculture Institute)

Rahman Abdurahman (Fiscal Policy Office – Ministry of Finance)

Rimawan Pradiptyo (Faculty of Economics and Business – Gadjah Mada University)

Siwage Negara (Indonesian Sciences Institute)

Sumedi Andono Mulyo (BAPPENAS)

Tony Prasetiantono (Faculty of Economics and Business – Gadjah Mada University)

Vid Adrison (LPEM – University of Indonesia)

Vivi Alatas (World Bank – Jakarta)

Vivi Yulaswati (BAPPENAS)

Yose Rizal (Centre for Strategic and International Studies)

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