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We publish a variety of reports, working papers, policy briefs, and other publications for policymakers and the public. Explore our publications dating back to 1998.

Direct Elections and Trust in State and Political Institutions: Evidence from Indonesia’s Election Reform

We estimate the impact of direct elections on people’s trust in state and political institutions, using a major political reform in Indonesia as the source of exogenous variation.

Baseline Assessment: The Socioeconomic Condition of the Communities around the Mining Area in Kabupaten Sumbawa Barat

This study aims at providing an overview of the baseline data by mapping the socioeconomic conditions of the communities living around the mining area in Kabupaten Sumbawa Barat (KSB)
February, 2024 | Veto Tyas Indrio, Ana Rosidha Tamyis, Wandira Larasati, Sylvia Andriyani Kusumandari
This study aims at providing an overview of the baseline data by mapping the socioeconomic conditions of the communities living around the mining area in Kabupaten Sumbawa Barat (KSB)
February, 2024 | Ridho Al Izzati , Teguh Dartanto, Daniel Suryadarma, Asep Suryahadi
We estimate the impact of direct elections on people’s trust in state and political institutions, using a major political reform in Indonesia as the source of exogenous variation.
January, 2024 | Muhammad Syukri, M. Sulton Mawardi, Lia Amelia, Annabel Noor Asyah, Made Anthony Iswara
This paper explores the dynamic of the MPAs management in Indonesia, focusing on how they have addressed not only issues related to the biodiversity conservation but also the welfare of the community who live near MPAs.
January, 2024 | Niken Kusumawardhani
The chapters in this volume bring gender to the centre stage and provide reflections on the political, economic, social, and cultural progress and barriers in achieving gender equality and diversity in Indonesia.
December, 2023 | Risa Wardatun Nihayah, Wahyu Farrah Dina, Dyana Wjayanti, Annabel Noor Asyah
This research seeks to understand how a curriculum reform that emphasizes student-centered learning influences classroom instruction. The new curriculum is designed by the government of Indonesia to grant autonomy to teachers in re-emphasizing learning according to the student’s needs and local context.

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