Transformation of the Financial Sector in Indonesia (IDE.
But there was strong momentum toward building a democratic state in Indonesia at the time of independence, and as indicated by provisions of Article 18 of the 1945 Constitution, there was the tendency in Indonesia from the beginning to debate decentralization in association with democratization. That said debate about democratization was fairly abstract and the main points are to ease the.
With over 3,000 universities of varying quality and a shortage of PhD qualified academics to staff them, Indonesia’s research output of an international standard has been thin on the ground as governmental regulations making research publication obligatory appear to be doing more harm than good. Hope is however on the horizon; the new Jokowi administration has merged two formerly separate.
Global Research Network on Terrorism and Technology: Paper No. 5 4 following the death of its leader.6 This led to a period of low-intensity activity in both Indonesia and the Philippines, as networks regrouped online and offline, attempting to adapt to the new environment. Daesh’s declaration of a caliphate on 29 June 2014 injected renewed.
The Indonesia Research Network (IRN) is a forum for researchers to connect and share information related to research. It targets researchers and future researchers who study Indonesia, with an.
Arifianto, A., R. Marianti, S. Budiyati and E. Tan (2005) “Making Services Work for the Poor in Indonesia: A Report on Health Financing Mechanisms Scheme (JPKGakin) in Kabupaten Purbalingga, East Sumba and Tabanan,” Working Paper, SMERU Research Institute, Jakarta (September).
The impact of research on policy and practice in Indonesia’s pulp and paper sector. Key fact: CIFOR-led research investigating the pulp and paper sector in Indonesia has contributed to policy reform, the acceleration of plantation development, and the saving of more than 100,000 hectares of the world’s most environmentally important tropical rainforest, with hundreds of millions of.
Indonesia is a semi-annual journal devoted to the timely study of Indonesia's culture, history, government, economy, and society.It features original scholarly articles, interviews, translations, and book reviews. Published since April 1966, the journal provides area scholars and interested readers with contemporary analyses of Indonesia and an extensive archive of research pertaining to the.