Sulistiadi Dono Iskandar completed his bachelor’s degree with a major in Economics from Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Indonesia (FEB UI) and finished his master degree in Economics from University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom (UK) with the funding from LPDP scholarship. Additionally, Dono also joined various types of trainings such as STATA training, Green Budgeting training, Syariah Economics training as well as Informal Lecture of Islamic Economics. Dono started his work at LPEM FEBUI as a research assistant in 2012, previously Dono also worked as a surveyor for Center for Strategic and International Studies in 2009 and as a research assistant in Demographic Institute (LD FEBUI) in 2012. Besides that Dono also once worked as a research assistant in Bank Indonesia in 2013, before ended up holding a position as a Junior Research Associate in LPEM FEBUI. His research interests include development economics, monetary economics, econometrics, microfinance, sustainable finance, green economics, and sharia economics.
During his projects at LPEM, Dono has worked with various institutions, both domestic and international institutions. Currently, Dono is one of the coordinators for BCA-FEUI Daily Market Update. Other than that, Dono has also worked with BEKRAF, MCAI, JICA, and several other institutions. Dono is also one of the coordinators for training and education program in LPEM FEBUI. Several trainings that have been managed by Dono are Public Finance training, Industrial Economics training, Functional Planner training, Environmental and Social Risk Analysis (ESRA) in Clean Energy training, Green Budgeting training and Project Appraisal and Evaluation training. Besides research, Dono also wrote a working paper titled Supporting National Commitment in Reducing GHG Emissions: A Painful Journey for Indonesian Local Government?. Dono has also written a scientific article for the journal of Economics and Finance in Indonesia (EFI) with a titleThe Existence of Long-Run PPP: A Comparison between Developed and Developing Countries.
Development Economics, Monetary Economics, Microfinance, Sustainable Finance, Econometrics, Public Economics, Green Economics, dan Sharia Economics
– Iskandar, S.D. dan A.P. Pratama. Supporting National Commitment in Reducing GHG Emissions: A Painful Journey for Indonesian Local Government?,LPEM FEBUI Working Papers 201710, LPEM, Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Indonesia, revised Jul 2017.
– Iskandar, S.D., The Existence of Long-Run PPP: A Comparison between Developed and Developing Countries, Economics and Finance in Indonesia Vol. 62 No. 2, August 2016 : 88-97 88 p-ISSN 0126-155X; e-ISSN 2442-9260
– Iskandar, S.D. Independent and Sustainable Zakah As A Poverty Eradication, Income Redistribution Scheme and Also A New Form of CSR published for 6thAnnual Sharia Economics Seminar, Expo and Campaign National Paper Competition, Held by Bogor Agricultural Institute (IPB) (2010)
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Opinions and Newspaper Articles
– Zakat Mandiri dan Berkelanjutan Perusahaan (ZMPB): Skema Pengentasan Kemiskinan dan Distribusi Pendapatan Sekaligus Bentuk Baru Tanggung Jawab Sosial Perusahaan, 2010
– Utang Mensejahterakan atau Menyengsarakan bagian 1, 2010
– Utang Mensejahterakan atau Menyengsarakan bagian 2, 2010