Denny obtained his bachelor degree in economics from Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Indonesia in 2013, and his master of science degree in Economics from Graduate Economics Program, Faculty of Economics and Business in 2017. Denny has worked as researcher in LPEM FEB UI since 2012. He was also a teaching assistant under Department of Economics and Business, University of Indonesia from 2012 to 2014. Since 2017, Denny serves as a teaching assistant at Graduate study in Economic Planning and Public Policy (MPKP FEB UI). His research interests are Banking and Financial Economics, Natural Resource Economics, and Political Economy.
His research project experiences include study of Forecasting Model for Regional Saving and Credit: FAVAR Approach for PT. Bank Rakyat Indonesia (BRI) Tbk in 2017, Quantitative Assessment of Indonesia’s Economic Policy Reform Package for the World Bank (WB) in 2017, Financing Scheme to Support Regional-Owned Enterprise to Participate in Local Oil and Gas Industry for Indonesian Special Task Force for Upstream Oil and Gas Business (SKK-Migas) in 2016, and Economic and Fiscal Impact of Martabe Gold Mines at South Tapanuli for PT. Agincourt Resources (G-Resources) in 2016.
Banking and Financial Economics, Natural Resource Economics, Political Economy
– Irawan, D., & Kacaribu, F. (2017). Tri-Cycles Analysis on Bank Performance: Panel VAR Approach. Bulletin of Monetary Economics and Banking, 19(4), 403-442.