The overall aim of the research group is to study the development of digital economy in Indonesia as well as studying the behavior of economic agents using experimental methods. Throughout the years, our studies have been used to inform, support and evaluate policymaking in the areas of digital ecosystems, most notably e-commerce, financial inclusion, and payment system, among others.
Head of Digital Economy and Behavioral Economics
Chaikal Nuryakin, Ph.D.
Digital Economy, Behavioral Economics
Chaikal Nuryakin is the Head of Digital and Behavioral Economics Research Group at LPEM FEB UI. He obtained his bachelor degree in economics and master in economics science (MSE) from Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Indonesia (FEB UI) in 2002 and 2006. Later on, he studied at National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS) in Tokyo, Japan and obtained his master of arts (MA) degree in 2011 and PhD in Economics in 2015. His research interests include experimental and behavioral economics, banking and finance, monetary economics, econometrics and modelling.
Past Research Projects
Deputy Head of Digital Economy and Behavioral Economics
Prani Sastiono is a researcher at the Institute of Economics and Social Research and an Assistant Professor at the Department of Economics at Universitas Indonesia. Her main focus of research includes economics in health, financial inclusion and digital finance, economic development and behavioral economics. She graduated from the National Institute of Political Studies in Tokyo with her PhD in public economics.
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