The Institute actively engages in partnerships and collaborations with various institutions, researchers and policy makers in Indonesia. The Indonesia Program at the Institute, led by Dr Riyana Miranti, specialises in the area of economic development (e.g. poverty, inequality, economic growth and regional development), governance, policy modelling, policy analysis and evaluation. IGPA Indonesia program covers both research and education program.
Collaborations in Research
Dr Yogi Vidyattama collaborates with Dr Anggun Trisnanto Hari Susilo (University Brawijaya, Malang) in a research project entitled "Sustainability Policy Towards Water and Sanitation Program in East Nusa Tenggara" funded by the Indonesia Development Research Network, Indonesia Project Research Grant 2016/2017
Professor Anne Daly and Dr Riyana Miranti collaborate with Dr Tri Mulyaningsih (University of Sebelas Maret, Solo) and Associate Professor Chris Manning (ANU) in a research project entitled "Skilled Differentials and Wage Inequality: A Study of the Indonesian Labour Market" funded by Indonesia Development Research Network, Indonesia Project Research Grant 2015/2016
- Asian Development Bank. "Addressing Knowledge and Statistical Gaps in Relation to Poverty Reduction, Inequality, and Inclusive Growth" Research project led by Dr Riyana Miranti
UNESCO. ‘Effectiveness of targeting in social protection programs aimed to children: lessons for a post-2015 agenda’. Collaborative Research Project between Associate Professor Sandra García-Jaramillo (University of Los Andes, Bogotá-Colombia) and Dr Riyana Miranti
- Support for Economic Analysis Development in Indonesia Project (SEADI) /The National Team of Accelerating Poverty Reduction in Indonesia (TNP2K)/USAID. "Factors explaining variation in provincial poverty rates in Indonesia", Research project led by Dr Riyana Miranti
- OECD. "Trends in poverty and inequality in Indonesia post-decentralisation", Collaborative Research Project led by Dr Riyana Miranti.
- The Demographic Institute, Faculty of Economics, University of Indonesia, Letter of Agreement (LOA) for joint collaborative research (2011-2014) and UC Deputy Vice Chancellor Research - Distinguished Visitor Fellowship 2010 led by Dr Riyana Miranti
- Institute for Economic and Social Research, Faculty of Economics, University of Indonesia (LPEM FE UI) "Essential factors in attracting FDI: Infrastructure, Labour Productivity or Economic Cooperation" Indonesian Development Research Network, Indonesia Project Research Grants Funding Application led by Dr Yogi Vidyattama
- Directorate General of Tax, Ministry of Finance, Republic of Indonesia. Research led by Dr Yogi Vidyattama and Bimo Wijayanto on "Revenue and Distribution Impact Analysis of Indonesian Personal Income Tax Reform in 2008"
- Indonesian Regional Scientist Association (IRSA) "Government and Communities: Sharing Indonesia's Common Goals" research led by Dr Yogi Vidyattama and puiblished as part of the IRSA book series 2014.
Collaborations in Education
Collaboration with international Universities also extends in the education programs in the area of public administration and public service reform.
MoA of joint MPA programme with the Department of Public Policy and Management, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, University of Gadjah Mada, was signed by Acting Vice-Chancellor University of Canberra Professor Frances Shannon on 24 May 2016 in Yogyakarta. The programme will allow students to undertake the first year of their master programme in Indonesia and the second year at the University of Canberra.
The "International Workshop on Innovative Governance in Indonesia and Writing Clinic" was held earlier this year (30-31 March 2016) and was a collaborative workshop between the Departments of Administrative Science, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences University of Indonesia; Public Policy and Management, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, University of Gadjah Mada and IGPA. Professors Mark Evans, Gerry Stoker and Diane Stone of IGPA were among the key-note speakers and Dr Riyana Miranti was the Convener of the workshop. The workshop was a great success. Both academic and policy makers were in attendance. The coaching clinic was attended by early career and mid/top level researchers, where IGPA academics presented tips on how to publish in international journals and provided feedback on 8 submitted papers, with an aim to guide/mentor the authors of the papers for publications.
The Institute organises an Indonesian PhD student forum on the third Friday of every month, in Building 24 (Fishbowl).
The Institute also actively engages as speakers in conferences, seminars and public lectures:
- In August 2015, Professor Mark Evans, Director of IGPA provided lecture "Nudging Citizens - the case of taxation" in front of officers from the Indonesia Ministry of Finance.
- In April 2016, Professor Mark Evans, Director of IGPA provided lecture "Connecting Government: Towards Digital Era Governance" and Professor Gerry Stoker, provided lecture "Turning the spotlight on the future of Nudge techniques" in front of officers from the Indonesia Ministry of Administrative and Bureaucratic Reform (KemenPAN-RB)
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For further information on this Indonesia Program, please contact Convenor of IGPA Indonesia Program: riyana.miranti | at | canberra.edu.au