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Monday May 26th, 2014


LPEM Academic Discussion

In order to stimulate a continuous academic environment, LPEM holds a bi-weekly open discussion to discuss a finished research paper or on-going research. The participants come from various backgrounds, consists of LPEM FEBUI researchers, FEBUI graduate students, researchers from other think tanks and policy makers. If you would like to receive the information on the event, present a research paper or attend the discussion, please contact


Past Discussions


December 21th, 2017. Dampak Penetapan Peraturan Pemerintah tentang Pengelolaan Ekosistem Gambut terhadap Industri Pulp dan Kertas serta Perekonomian. Discussion and Review. Panelists: Prof. Mayling Oey-Gardiner, Ph.D. (Universitas Indonesia), Prof. Dr. Supiandi Sabiham (Institut Pertanian Bogor), Dr. Darmawan (Institut Pertanian Bogor), Budi Wardhana (Badan Restorasi Gambut), Dr. Riyanto (LPEM FEB UI)

November 28th, 2017. Preliminary Finding of SMEs Resiliences in Indonesia (Dhaniel Ilyas, LPEM FEB UI)

October 27th, 2017. Causes and Consequences of Corruption in Tax Administration: An Indonesian Case Study (Christine Tjen, LPEM FEB UI)

September 29th, 2017. Key Requirements Embracing the Digital Economy (Ibrahim Kholilul Rahman, United Nations University)

August 25th, 2017. ICT Capital Spending, ICT Sector, and Firm Productivity: Evidence from Indonesia Firm Level Data (Chaikal Nuryakin, LPEM FEB UI)

July 21th, 2017. Measuring Trade from Value Added: How Valid is the Proportionality Assumption (Arianto Patunru, Australian National University)

June 9th, 2017. Tri-Cycles Analysis on Bank Performance: Panel VAR Approach (Febrio Nathan Kacaribu, LPEM FEB UI)

June 9th, 2017. Supporting National Commitment in reducing GHG Emissions: A Painful Journey for Indonesian Local Government? (Sulistiadi Dono Iskandar, LPEM FEB UI)

April 17th, 2017. E-Government and the Shadow Economy: Evidence from across the globe (Ibrahim Kholilul Rahman, United Nations University)


June 16th, 2016. DFS G2P, including electrification/digitalization of G2P and impact to Government’s cost savings (Graham N. Wright, Managing Director MicroSave Group)


December 22nd, 2015. Local Vaccine Production in Middle-Income Countries an Economic Analysis (Syarifah Liza Munira, Scholar in Health Economics, Australian National University)

November 6th, 2015. The Future of ASEAN Ecoomic Interaction (Kiki Verico, LPEM FEB UI)

October 30th, 2015. Estimated Nonlinear New Keynesian Phillips Curve: Nonlinear DSGE Model and US Economy Updates (Febrio Nathan Kacaribu, LPEM FEB UI)

June 19th, 2015. Local Taxes: Revenues and Incidence (Riatu Mariatul Qibthiyyah, LPEM FEB UI)

June 12th, 2015. Transfer Pricing: Recent Developments (Christine Tjen, LPEM FEB UI)

June 5th, 2015. Administration and Compliance of Income Tax (Vid Adrison, LPEM FEB UI)

May 29th, 2015. Macro, Budget, and Taxation (I Kadek Dian Sutrisna Artha, LPEM FEB UI)


May 23rd, 2014. Politically Driven Budget Cycle: Can Voters be Influenced (Vid Adrison, LPEM FEUI)

May 9th, 2014.Towards the ASEAN Economic Community: Macro & Firm Level Data Analysis (Kiki Verico, LPEM FEUI)

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