Teguh Dartanto is currently the Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Indonesia. His specialization is in poverty analysis, development economics, applied general equilibrium, and microeconometrics. Some of his research outcomes have been published at reputable journals such as Energy Policy, Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies, the Singapore Economic Review, and Margin-Journal of Applied Economics. He is currently conducting several researches on universal health coverage in the presence of informality, a sustainability of premium payment, and financial analysis of social security in Indonesia. Dr. Dartanto also actively participates in several research collaborations and consultations with many international counterparts such as Australian National University, Nagoya University, Asian Development Bank, ERIA, UNDP and OECD. Before starting his career at University of Indonesia, Dr. Dartanto was a research associate at Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Research Institute in Tokyo and starting from April 2015, he became a visiting scholar at JICA. He received Monbukagakusho Scholarship and earned his master of Economics degree at Hitotsubashi University and PhD in International Development at Nagoya University.
Poverty analysis, Development economics, Applied general equilibrium, Microeconometrics
– Why are Workers in the Informal Sector Reluctant to Join the National Health Insurance in Indonesia, (Journal of Southeast Asian Economies Vol.33 No.3 pp. 320-48), 2016.
– The Determinants of Fertility in Southeast and South Asian Countries: An Analysis of Panel Data 2003-2008, (Journal of Economic Cooperation and Development Vol.37 No.3 pp.1-22), 2013.
– Reducing Fuel Subsidies and the Implication on Fiscal Balance and Poverty in Indonesia: A Simulation Analysis (Energy Policy, Vol.58 pp.117-134), 2013.
– The Determinants of Poverty Dynamics in Indonesia: Evidence from Panel Data (with Nurkholis) (Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies, Vol.49 No.1, pp:61-84), 2013.
– The Application of an Endogenous Poverty Line and Its Relationship with the Poverty Impact of Economic Shocks: An Empirical Investigation (the Singapore Economic Review, Vol.58, No.1, 1350005 (25 pages)), 2013.
– Does a Choice between an Endogenous and Fixed Poverty Line Affect the Poverty Outcome of Policy Reforms?, (Modern Economy, Vol.2, No.4, pp.667-673., 2011.
– A Bad Luck: People with Disabilities (PWD) and Poverty in Indonesia, LPEM FEB UI Working Paper No.005, 2016.
– Intra-generation Poverty Dynamics in Indonesia: Lessons on Household’s Mobility into (out) of Poverty During 1993-2007, JICA-Research Institute Working Paper No.117, 2016.
– Expanding Universal Health Coverage in The Presence of Informality in Indonesia: Challenges And Policy Implications, LPEM FEB UI Working Paper No.004, 2015.
– Multidimensional Approach to Poverty Measurement in Indonesia, LPEM FEB UI Working Paper No.002, 2015.
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