In this webinar, Professor Gustav Papanek presented several major challenges facing the Indonesian economy, especially to promote its manufacturing sector and exports competitiveness. He proposed several critical reforms, including rupiah devaluation, minimum wage stabilisation, infrastructure development, increased government revenue, and human resource improvement.
In this webinar, Dr Muhamad Chatib Basri provided insights into Indonesia’s efforts to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic and how it could be further overcome through administrative tax reforms and expenditures restructuring. Mr Richard Borsuk, our discussant, also provided his viewpoints in regard to Indonesia’s economic recovery through taxation and other fiscal policies implemented.
In this webinar, Dr Broto Wardoyo discussed the development of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, public perception of this issue, and overall, Indonesia’s foreign policy under President Joko Widodo. Dr Evan Laksmana raised questions on the strategic interests of Indonesia in the Palestinian conflict and the country’s position in fight against oppression and colonialism.
In this webinar, Dr Masyita Cristallin discussed Indonesia’s climate governance reform in the financial sector and the prospect of achieving a net-zero emission target by 2060. Meanwhile, Dr Abidah Setyowati highlighted the need to broaden stakeholder participation in the regulatory and institutional reform for the energy transition in Indonesia.
In this webinar, Dr Laksana Tri Handoko, Chairman of the National Research and Innovation Agency (BRIN) provided insights on BRIN’s establishment and elaborated on the possible directions in which the agency would focus on as it builds up a conducive environment for research and technological development in Indonesia.
In this webinar, Ms Nashin Mahtani spoke about her work leading a multidisciplinary team in developing open-source software for democratic climate adaptation and humanitarian aid. Discussing the award-winning platform, PetaBencana.id (Disaster Map Indonesia), she highlighted the factors that enable the success of this platform and how it had helped affected regions in their responses toward natural disasters.