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Indonesia

Indonesia
  • Capital: Jakarta
  • Population: 242968342
  • Size: 1919440.0 Km2

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The BLDS print collection
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REDD: A Collection of Conflicts, Contradictions and Lies
World Rainforest Movement, 2015
The complexity of REDD initiatives from another perspective. REDD: A Collection of Conflicts, Contradictions and Lies presents summaries of reports from 24 REDD projects or programmes with a common character...
Helpdesk Report: Evidence base for local block grants in Health
Department for International Development, UK, 2012
It was difficult to find examples that met the criteria of sub-national flexible block grants in health. Sections 2 and 3 cover the main two that were identified.  These are the Tanzania Essential Health Interventions Project (TE...
Regional patterns of manufacturing industries: a study of manufacturing industries in Java Region, Indonesia
S.T. Wahyudi; M.D. Jantan / Philippine Journal of Development, 2010
Previous studies on geographical distribution of economic activity in Indonesia demonstrate that firms are localized in major metropolitan areas as well as a set of emerging regions. The paper aims to complement the findings of the st...
Targeting the poor: evidence from a field experiment in Indonesia
International Initiative for Impact Evaluation, 2014
Governments of developing countries often lack verifiable income information for poor people and communities. This makes targeting for social programmes a challenge. This report provides results from a randomised control trial ...
Have Islamic banks been more resistant than conventional banks to the 2007-2008 financial crisis?
K. Bourkhis; M.S. Nabi / Economic Research Forum, Egypt, 2011
The recent global financial crisis has induced a series of failures of many conventional banks; in this context, many economists advocate for the return to narrow banking and/or for favouring the development of Islamic banking, suppos...
Capital flows in the quantitative easing era: building resilience in emerging economies
M Goel / Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi, 2015
Unconventional Monetary Policies (UMPs), initially designed to resuscitate domestic growth in advanced economies, have now permeated into the deepest cracks of the global financial system. The prevalence of near-zero interest rates an...
Cyclicality of fiscal behavior in developing oil-producing countries: an empirical review
N. Erbil / Economic Research Forum, Egypt, 2011
Oil price volatility has increased in recent years, where these large, unpredictable swings have a major impact on fiscal balances in developing oil-producing economies. This paper examines the cyclicality of fiscal behaviour in 28 de...
Political institutions and sovereign credit spreads
N. Boubakri; J.C. Cosset; H. Smaoui / Economic Research Forum, Egypt, 2011
Sovereign spreads are influenced by a large number of factors. The current paper assesses the impact of political factors on sovereign spreads. The paper highlights that its approach is grounded in the political constraints and accoun...
Effect of routine iron supplementation with or without folic acid on anemia during pregnancy
M.Y Yakoob; Z.A Bhutta / BMC Public Health, 2011
Iron deficiency is the most prevalent nutrient deficiency in the world, particularly during pregnancy. According to the literature, anaemia, particularly severe anaemia, is associated with increased risk of maternal mortality. It also...
Evaluating Indonesia’s Unconditional Cash Transfer Programme, 2005‒2006
S. Bazzi; S. Sumarto; A. Suryahadi / International Initiative for Impact Evaluation, 2012
Indonesia implemented an unconditional cash transfer (UCT) programme from October 2005 to September 2006, with the aim of helping poor households overcome the adverse effects of a massive reduction in fuel subsidies in October 2005. A...
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Institute of Resource Governance and Social Change (IRGSC)
IRGSC is a policy research institute and think tank comprising of researchers/scientists/ scholars, public intellectuals, and policy entrepreneurs based in Indonesia. Established in 2012 in Indonesia, IRGSC’s regional focus includes Indonesia, Timor-Leste, and ASEAN countries.
Trisanita
Platform for international peer-reviewed journals focusing on sanitation published in Indonesia.
Pelangi
Indonesian-based environmental research institute with a strong climate change programme
SMERU Research Institute, Indonesia
Conducting research on socio-economic and poverty issues
University of Lampung, Indonesia (UNILA)
Teaching and research university in the Indonesian province of Lampung
Centre for Environmental Studies, University of Surabaya, Indonesia
Research and training institute focussing on the environment and sustainable development
Greenomics Indonesia
Good governance in natural resources
Support for Decentralisation Measures, Indonesia / Proyek Pendukung Pemantapan Penataan Desentralisasi (P4D) (SFDM)
This GTZ supported programme assists the Indonesia Ministry of Home Affairs as well as other responsible government agencies and the respective inter-ministerial teams in refining the legal framework for decentralization and local governance, and in providing decentralization-related information to interested stakeholders, among others through a regular newsletter and the project home page. The...
Center for Industrial Economic Studies, Faculty of Economics, University of Trisakti, Indonesia
Economic department, Trisakti University, Indonesia
Vía Campesina
La Via Campesina is the international movement which brings together millions of peasants, small and medium-size farmers, landless people, women farmers, indigenous people, migrants and agricultural workers from around the world.
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