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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.

Heterogeneous Impact of Internet Availability on Female Labor Market Outcomes in an Emerging Economy: Evidence from Indonesia

In this paper, we examine the effect of internet availability on five dimensions of women's labor market outcomes in Indonesia, focusing on the heterogeneity in the impact of internet availability on female labor market outcomes.

Estimating the Effect of a Fuel Price Increase on Poverty and Inequality: Evidence from a Fuel Subsidy Reduction in Indonesia

We attempted to estimate the effect of fuel price increase on poverty and inequality using microsimulations by leveraging information on inflation and household demand.
January, 2023 | Palmira Permata Bachtiar, Jimmy Daniel Berlianto Oley, Lia Amelia
This position paper is developed to overview the recent development of digital transformation and existing policy gaps.
January, 2023 | Asep Suryahadi, Affandi Ismail, Masagus M. Ridwan, Jahen F. Rezki, Arief Ramayandi
We investigate the causal impact of COVID-19, through lockdowns, on household income, income expectations, consumption of durable goods, and budget allocation in Indonesia
COVID-19
January, 2023 | Asep Suryahadi, Cecilia Marlina
This book examine the economic context of development policies to address poverty, inequality, and productivity, which are critical for Indonesia to escape the middle-income country trap.
January, 2023 | Niken Kusumawardhani, Nurmala Selly Saputri, Daniel Suryadarma, Rezanti Putri Pramana
In this paper, we examine the effect of internet availability on five dimensions of women's labor market outcomes in Indonesia, focusing on the heterogeneity in the impact of internet availability on female labor market outcomes.
January, 2023 | Asri Yusrina, Asep Suryahadi, Ridho Al Izzati
We attempted to estimate the effect of fuel price increase on poverty and inequality using microsimulations by leveraging information on inflation and household demand.

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