Since democratization, Indonesia has experienced remarkable economic growth, making it one of the fastest growing economies in Asia and moving it into the low-middle income range. On-going commitment to policy reform and investments in infrastructure is called for if Indonesia is to sustain current levels of economic growth.
Drawing on strong institutional capacity in statistical analysis and econometric research, SMERU provides comprehensive and incisive analyses of the socioeconomic impacts of policy reforms. These studies include sector-specific and regional evaluations as well as broader assessments of national socioeconomic policy.
Assessing the Political Impacts of a Conditional Cash Transfer: Evidence from a Randomized Policy Experiment in IndonesiaDecember, 2014
Sharing Knowledge on Community-Driven Development in Indonesia: An Assessment of the Neighborhood Upgrading and Shelter Sector ProjectJuly, 2014
It’s All in the Timing: Household Expenditure and Labor Supply Responses to Unconditional Cash TransfersDecember, 2013
Beyond the Overall Economic Downturn: Evidence on Sector-specific Effects of Violent Conflict from IndonesiaDecember, 2012