The goal of the Australia Indonesia Partnership for Economic Governance (AIPEG) is to support strong, sustainable and inclusive economic growth. To achieve that goal, AIPEG supports Indonesia to strengthen economic institutions, manage public finances and promote effective markets to underpin growth and development.
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.
J-PAL Southeast Asia, which is based at the University of Indonesia, supports researchers undertaking randomized evaluations in the region; trains and builds the capacity of local researchers to conduct randomized evaluations; and disseminates research results and collaborates with policymakers to integrate findings into current and future development policies and programs.
Economy and Environment Institute Indonesia (EEII) was formed in 2015 by the Indonesian members of EEPSEA (Economy and Environment Program for Southesat Asia) network, a widely-known program in environmental economic research with a long tradition of capacity building program in the region. In 2016, EEPSEA evolved into the the Economy and Environment Partnership for Southeast Asia (EEPSEA) with member-institutions from across Southeast Asian countries. EEII is one of them. EEII activities follow EEPSEA tradition of conducting rigorous research, provide trainings, and provide policy recommendation in the area where economic development and the environment are inter-linked.
The Faculty of Economics and Business – Sam Ratulangi University (FEB-UnSrat) was established in 14 September 1965. As one of eleven faculties within Sam Ratulangi University, Manado, FEB-UnSrat offers both undergraduate and postgraduate programs within the fields of Economics, Management, and Accounting.
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.