Webinar on “Indonesia’s Political Outlook 2021: Stability and Vaccination to Support Economic Recovery”
In this webinar, Dr Djayadi Hanan elaborated on the political and economic outlook of Indonesia for 2021. Using a series of data obtained from public opinion surveys conducted by several Indonesian research agencies, Dr Djayadi Hanan attempted to explain the trends observed and identified possible predictions of Indonesia’s key pressing economic issues as well as political layout for 2021.
In this webinar, Dr Deasy Simandjuntak, Dr Syafiq Hasyim and Mr Made Supriatma shared their observations of the recent local regional elections held in Indonesia, specifically focusing on three key cities, Medan, South Tangerang and Solo. Looking at the quick count results from these three areas, the speakers also discussed the outcomes of the elections and the effects of dynastic politics in influencing the voting patterns among voters in these areas.
In this webinar, Mr Sibarani Sofian, master builder of the team behind the winning design proposal for Indonesia’s new capital, takes the audience through their plans for the highly anticipated urban development project. It is the second webinar in a two-part series on Indonesia’s new capital project.
In this webinar, Dr A’an Suryana explained why state capture continues to remain rampant in Indonesia. Using three case studies as exemplars of state capture in Indonesia, he highlighted key factors that could have attributed to these practices and explained why judicial corruption remains an uphill task to eradicate in Indonesia.
In this webinar, Fitrian Ardiansyah shares the latest lessons learnt and business models that will lead to sustainable palm oil in Indonesia. He discusses new challenges and the innovation needed to ensure that sustainability really provides the positive economic, environmental and social outcomes at the local level.