The Australia-Indonesia Centre (AIC) is a bilateral collaborative research initiative established by both governments, leading universities, and industry. Its mission is to advance people-to-people links in science, technology, education, innovation and culture.
The Centre draws together a consortium of 11 leading universities – seven in Indonesia and four in Australia. Over eight years it has built upon the power of these connections, with an emphasis on the importance of people-to-people relationships in building Australia’s and Indonesia’s influence and profile in the region and around the world.
The National Team for the Acceleration of Poverty Reduction (Tim Nasional Percepatan Penanggulangan Kemiskinan or TNP2K) was created to promote coordination across ministries/agencies to improve the implementation of poverty reduction programmes, improve the living standards of the poor and vulnerable, as well as reduce inequality among income groups.
LPEM is currently undertaking research, consulting, and training to solve development problems for the benefit of Indonesian society. These activities are based on robust research culture that includes applying theories in analyzing, understanding and providing policy recommendations. Supported by research staff holding advanced degrees from the best universities, both domestic and abroad, LPEM is always ready to help provide solutions to Indonesia’s problems. Website: https://www.lpem.org
BI Institute aims to become a prominent world-class learning, study and research institution that strategically contributes to fostering quality, prosperous and impartial human resources with integrity. This goal is achieved by providing an atmosphere conducive to learning, study and research through the creation of competent human resources in the economic and financial sectors using the best faculty management and mutually beneficial strategic partnerships with the support of excellent infrastructure.
ERIA is an international organisation that was established by an agreement of the leaders of 16 East Asia Summit (EAS) member countries. Its main role is to conduct research and policy analyses to facilitate the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) building and to support wider regional community building. ERIA is conducting a policy research agenda based on the three pillars of deepening economic integration, narrowing development gaps, and promoting sustainable economic development. These works include key projects to support AEC building, such as undertaking the AEC Scorecard Project, and support in drafting the ASEAN Connectivity Master Plan and the ASEAN Strategic Transport Plan.
ANU Indonesia Project is a leading international centre of research and graduate training on the society and economy of Indonesia. The Project was established in 1965 by H.W. Arndt in response to profound changes in the Indonesian economic and political landscape. Initially comprising a small group of Indonesia-focused economists, it has since grown into an interdisciplinary research centre. Researching economic change is still at its heart, but the Project now brings together academics, students, policymakers and leaders from a range of disciplines and countries to discuss the multitude of issues in Indonesia’s growth and development. The Project has helped build greater understanding between Indonesia and Australia and fostered important relations between Indonesian and Australian scholars, students and policymakers.
PAL Southeast Asia, based at the University of Indonesia, leads J-PAL’s work in the Southeast Asia region. J-PAL Southeast Asia conducts randomized evaluations, builds partnerships for evidence-informed policymaking, and helps partners scale up effective programs.
Our work spans a wide range of sectors, including social welfare, migration, health, good governance, and financial inclusion. We conduct capacity building activities for policymakers, researchers, and academics seeking to learn and apply rigorous impact evaluation, and work with central and local governments to help build a culture of evidence-informed decision-making in the region.
Fiscal Policy Agency (FPA or Badan Kebijakan Fiskal) is an echelon I unit under Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Indonesia, which has the strategic role as the formulator of ﬁscal and ﬁnancial sector policy recommendations, with the scope of work covers analysis in macro economy, state revenue, expenditure and ﬁnance, ﬁnancial sector and international cooperation. FPA consists of seven units which are Secretariat of the Agency; Center for State Revenue Policy; Center for State Budget Policy; Center for Macroeconomic Policy; Center for Financial Sector Policy; Centre for Climate Finance and Multilateral Policy; and Center for Regional and Bilateral Policy.
Launched on 26 January 2018 in Jakarta, IBER is a consortium of several faculties of economics and business of top Indonesian state universities and research centers. Inspired by a view of a platform of economist research network for Indonesia, IBER wishes to support quality research in economics for publication in national and international journals by providing intellectual input through high-level professional engagement; building capacity for younger economists; and building a platform to contribute to evidence- based public analysis of key issues for Indonesia and objective policy input.
Center for Economics and Development Studies (CEDS) is a research institution under the Department of Economics, Faculty of Economics and Business, Padjadjaran University (UNPAD). We envision CEDS to be a leading research institution in the area of economics and development studies in Indonesia and establish international prominence in Southeast Asia.
AAJI aims to be a forum and channel for the aspirations of insurance and reinsurance companies in Indonesia to create, maintain and foster mutually beneficial cooperation for the development of the life insurance business in Indonesia. AAJI is also a means of communicating, channeling aspirations and increasing professionalism of life insurance and reinsurance actors in Indonesia, as well as being a partner of the government of the Republic of Indonesia in terms of fostering and supervising life insurance and reinsurance business activities that contribute to the national economy.
The Indonesia Regional Science Association, or IRSA, is an association established to actively promote the advancement of research regarding issues of development, particularly regional development, across Indonesia. Formed in 1997, IRSA organizes annual conferences in collaboration with its university partners across Indonesia.
Faculty of Economy and Business (FEB) of the Universitas Mataram was founded on 17 November 1963. Besides running an undergraduate program, the FEB also organises master programs in Economics and Development Studies, in Management, and in Accounting. Since 1999, the FEB opened a Master program in Management; since 2009 a Master program in Accounting and in Economics.