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Indonesia

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

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The BLDS print collection
The BLDS print collection

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Women’s Rights Online: Translating Access into Empowerment
2015
This research, based on a survey of poor urban men and women across nine developing countries, found that while the majority of men and women own a mobile phone, women are still nearly 50% less likely to access the Internet than ...
Brokering development: enabling factors for public-private-producer partnerships in agricultural value chains - summary of Indonesia case study
Institute of Development Studies UK, 2015
Developing country governments and donors are increasingly looking to public–private partnerships (PPPs) to deliver growth and positive development outcomes in agriculture. In Indonesia, PPPs in agriculture are a relatively new ...
Indonesia: country partnership strategy. Assessment of the energy sector
Asian Development Bank, 2015
This working paper on energy is a sub-section of the report on the findings of the Indonesia country partnership strategy (CPS) final review. It assesses the quality of the self-evaluation and identifies lessons and recommen...
Zero-deforestation commitments in Indonesia
R. Pirad; S. Gnych; P. Pacheo; S. Lawry / Center for International Forestry Research, 2015
Zero-deforestation commitments are emerging rapidly in Indonesia. They already encompass a large portion of crude palm oil production and almost all the pulp and paper (P&P) sector; typically, they reflect the values of the &ldquo...
Implementing energy subsidy reforms: evidence from developing countries
M. Vagliasindi / World Bank, 2013
This report aims to provide the emerging lessons from a representative sample of 20 country case studies that could help policy makers to address implementation challenges, including overcoming political economy and affordability cons...
Low emission development strategies (LEDS) – how can REDD+ contribute?
C. Martius / Center for International Forestry Research, 2015
Green growth ideas, including low emission development strategies (LEDS), have become dominant in global narratives and have been translated into national discourses to varying degrees, for example in Vietnam or Indonesia; however, tr...
Doing Business Economy Profile 2016 : Indonesia - Measuring Regulatory Quality and Efficiency
World Bank, 2015
This economy profile presents the Doing Business indicators for Indonesia. In a series of annual reports, Doing Business presents quantitative indicators on business regulations and the protection of property rights that can be compar...
Indonesian peatland fires: Perceptions of solutions
R. Carmenta; A. Zabala; J. Phelps / Center for International Forestry Research, 2015
Indonesia’s recurrent peatland fires generate toxic haze and release globally significant amounts of greenhouse gases, with severe impacts on public health and economy within Indonesia and neighboring  c...
Moving consensus and managing expectations: media and REDD+ in Indonesia
T. Cronin; L. Santoso; M. Di Gregorio 2015
This paper investigates policy actors’ positions on reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD+) expressed in Indonesian media, and shows how these policy debates have evolved between 2007 and 2012. ...
People in motion, forests in transition - trends in migration, urbanization, and remittances and their effects on tropical forests
S. Hecht / Center for International Forestry Research, 2015
Migration is not new. In recent decades however, human mobility has increased in numbers and scope and has helped fuel a global shift in the human population from predominantly rural to urban. Myers 2005; Stern Review Team...
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Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR)
IESR (Institute for Essential Services Reform) is a think tank which was established in 2007 and advocates for the fulfillment of society's energy needs, fairness in the use of natural resources and ecological sustainability.
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
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