In this webinar, Professor Devanto Shasta Pratomo, Mr Adhi Saputro and Dr Raden Muhamad Purnagunawan shared their observations on Indonesia’s labour market through the pandemic and how it had led to potential long-term scarring effects on both the demand and supply sides of the market.
In this webinar, Dr Siwage Dharma Negara, Dr Astrid Meilasari-Sugiana and Mr Manggi Taruna Habir discussed the result findings of an online survey conducted in Indonesia on Fintech adoption during the pandemic.
In this webinar, Ambassador H.E. Mr Suryo Pratomo shared his perspectives on Indonesia-Singapore relations and elaborated on the future plans that were set in place between the two countries during the Leaders’ Retreat held in Bintan on 25 January 2022.
In this webinar, Dr Diani Sadiawati and Mr Yance Arizona shared their opinions on the various governmental and regulatory challenges in implementing Indonesia’s New Capital Nusantara.
In this webinar, Mr Yahya Cholil Staquf shared his plans for Nahdlatul Ulama (NU) while our two discussants, Dr Azhar Ibrahim and Dr Philips Vermonte, shared their opinions on the potential challenges as well as future considerations for NU under its new leadership.
In this webinar, Dr Leo Suryadinata discussed Indonesia’s foreign policy trajectories and leadership, particularly under President Joko Widodo’s administration.
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, the invited speakers shared their opinions on current youth’s participation in politics and discussed how new generation political parties could capture the attention of young new voters in the upcoming 2024 General Elections.