Mohamad Dian Revindo, Ph.D.

 

Revi1Revindo has been appointed as the head of Business Climate and Global Value Chain Research Group at LPEM FEB UI since 2017. He joined LPEM-FEBUI in 2009 and has since been a research associate with the institute, after previously worked as a survey coordinator and a quality auditor at PT. Surveyor Indonesia, a state-owned enterprise specializing in survey, inspection and certification services.

Revindo has an extensive experience in research, survey and consulting projects for various national and international client organizations. His national client organizations include, amongst others, Ministry of Industry, Ministry of Tourism, Ministry of National Development Planning (Bappenas), Ministry of Trade, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, Ministry of Finance, Creative Economy Agency (Bekraf), National Agency of Drug and Food Control (BPOM), PT Telkom, PT Krakatau Steel, PT ASDP, PT Sucofindo and Indonesian Consumers Foundation (YLKI). He has also been involved in multiple projects with international organizations including APEC Secretariat, JICA, Australian DFAT, British Prosperity Funds and European Development Fund.

In addition to research, Revindo is a lecturer at the Graduate School of Strategic and Global Studies (Sekolah Pasca Sarjana Kajian Stratejik dan Global) Universitas Indonesia, and a facilitator at LPEM FEB UI’s training of National Planner (FPP) and Regional Development Planning. He previously held teaching position at Prasetiya Mulya University and teaching assistant at Lincoln University, New Zealand. He teaches a broad range of subjects including Introduction to Economics, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Economic Development, International Trade, European Economy and Economic Indicators.

Revindo earned his Ph.D. in Economics from Lincoln University, New Zealand and a recipient of New Zealand-ASEAN Scholar Awards (2013-2017). His Ph.D. thesis is titled “Internationalisation of Indonesian SMEs”. He also holds a M.A. in European Studies from KU Leuven, Belgium (2008), a M.Sc. in Economics from KU Leuven, Belgium (2007) and a B.A. in Economics and Development Studies from University of Indonesia (2000).

Research Interests

Small and Medium-sized Enterprises, Tourism, Local Economic Development, Microfinance, Industrial Organization, International Trade and International Business

Academic Publications

  • Lin, L., Revindo, M. D., Gan, C., & Cohen, D. A. (2019). Determinants of credit card spending and debt of Chinese consumers. International Journal of Bank Marketing, 37(2), 545-564.
  • Kacaribu, F., Lumbanraja, A. U., Revindo, M. D., Sabrina, S., Pricilia, Z., & Natanael, Y. (2018). Recent Developments in Indonesia’s Macro-economy and Trade, Q1-2018. Economics and Finance in Indonesia, 64(1), 1-24.
  • Revindo, M. D., & Gan, C. (2018). Factors Affecting Variation in SMEs’ Export Intensity (LPEM Working Paper Series No. 201820). Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Indonesia.
  • Revindo, M. D., & Gan, C. (2017). Microfinance Institutions in Malaysia. In C. Gan & G.V. Nartea (Eds.), Microfinance in Asia (pp. 47-91). New Jersey: World Scientific.
  • Revindo, M. D., & Gan, C. (2017). Credit Market and Microcredit Services in Rural China. In C. Gan & G.V. Nartea (Eds.), Microfinance in Asia (pp. 93-146). New Jersey: World Scientific.
  • Revindo, M. D., & Gan, C. (2017). Rural Microfinance Banking Viability and Outreach: A Case of Bank Rakyat Indonesia. In C. Gan & G.V. Nartea (Eds.), Microfinance in Asia (pp. 337-356). New Jersey: World Scientific.
  • Revindo, M. D., & Gan, C. (2017). Accessibility and Impact of Rural Credit Cooperatives Microcredit Programmes to Rural Households: A Case Study from Hubei Province, China. In C. Gan & G.V. Nartea (Eds.), Microfinance in Asia (pp. 319-336). New Jersey: World Scientific.
  • Revindo, M. D. (2017). Types and Severities of Export Barriers: Evidence from Indonesian SMEs. Economics and Finance in Indonesia, 63(2), 150-175.
  • Revindo, M.D., Gan, C. & Nguyen, C. C. (2017). Internationalization Strategy and Process: Evidence from Indonesian SMEs. World Journal of Management, 8(1), 59-74.
  • Revindo, M. D. (2017). Internationalisation of Indonesian SMEs. Doctoral Thesis, Lincoln University, New Zealand.
  • Revindo, M.D., & Gan, C. (2017). Factors Influencing SMEs’ Engagement in Direct Export Activities (LPEM Working Paper Series No. 201711). LPEM Working Paper Series, August 2017. Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Indonesia.
  • Saputra, A., Rahardianto, T., Revindo, M. D., Delikostidis, I., Hadmoko, D. S., Sartohadi, J., & Gomez, C. (2017). Seismic vulnerability assessment of residential buildings using logistic regression and geographic information system (GIS) in Pleret Sub District (Yogyakarta, Indonesia). Geoenvironmental Disasters, 4(1), 11.
  • Revindo, M.D., & Gan, C. (2016). Export Stimuli, Export Stages and Internationalization Pathways: The Case of Indonesian SMEs. Economics and Finance in Indonesia, 62(3), 191-205.
  • Revindo, M.D., Gan, C. & Nguyen, C. C. (2015). Indonesian SMEs’ Export Strategy and Process. Paper presented at the 9th Asia-Pacific Business Research Conference, World Business Institute, Singapore.
  • Revindo (2014). Sebuah Catatan tentang Para Saudara di Eropa [A Story about Brothers in Europe]. Jakata: LPFE press.
  • Wikarya, U., Sulistiyo, M. H., Revindo, M. D. & Yunita, L. (2012). Analisis Biaya Manfaat Pelarangan Ekspor Bahan Mentah Minerba Dan Dampaknya Terhadap Sektor Industri: Studi Kasus Nikel dan Tembaga [The Cost and Benefit of Coal and Mineral Export Restriction: The Case Study of Copper and Nickel]. Jakarta: Biro Perencanaan Sekretariat Jenderal Kementerian Perindustrian.

Past Research, Survey, Consultancy and Assistance Projects

  • The role and challenges of special economic zones in fostering the export, investment and growth of manufacturing industries in Indonesia (ERIA, 2019)
  • The survey of economic impact of 2018 Asian Games Jakarta-Palembang (Bappenas, 2018)
  • Defining export-oriented SMEs and redefining SMEs (LPEI-Indonesian Eximbank, 2018)
  • Macroeconomics and energy indicators outlook (Pertamina Energy Institute, 2018)
  • Acceleration of sustainable economic development in state policy guidelines/GBHN (People’s Consultative Assembly/MPR, 2018)
  • The economic, fiscal and monetary impact of automotive industry: the case of Hyundai Motor Company’s planned investment and operations di Indonesia (EY, 2018)
  • Food consumption and expenditure pattern in Depok and Surakarta (Rikolto VECO and YLKI, 2018)
  • Enterprise micro data survey on supply chain and production network of metal casting, metal processing, transportation and electronic industries in Indonesia (NRI-JICA, 2017-2018)
  • Factors influencing the shift from private to public transport (YLKI and BPTJ, 2017)
  • Self-employment of returning domestic migrants in China (Lincoln University, New Zealand, 2016 – 2017)
  • Determinants of credit card spending and debt of Chinese consumers (Lincoln University, New Zealand, 2016 – 2017)
  • The economic impact of synthetic fibres production and factory operation (PT Asia Pacific Fibers, 2017)
  • Customer retention and citizenshipness (PT Telkom and YLKI, 2017)
  • Corporate strategic plan (PT Sucofindo, 2014)

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