Publications

PUBLICATIONS

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.

Disability and Labor Market Exclusion: Evidence from Indonesia

In accordance with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) No. 8 on Decent Work and Economic Growth, people with and without disabilities have equal rights to access decent and productive jobs.

How Inequality Affects Trust in Institutions: Evidence from Indonesia

Trust is an important ingredient to improve economic performance and people's welfare by alleviating market failures caused by imperfect information, costly enforcement, or coordination failures.
February, 2019 | Dinar Dwi Prasetyo, Rizki Fillaili, Herry Widjanarko, Fatin Nuha Astini
This study is motivated by the fact that amid the Government of Indonesia’s efforts to eliminate child labour, there is very limited information regarding the condition of child labour in the country, especially in the tobacco sector.
February, 2019 | Emmy Hermanus, Stella Aleida Hutagalung, Rezanti Putri Pramana, Fatin Nuha Astini, Elza Elmira, Veto Tyas Indrio, Widjajanti Isdijoso
This study is motivated by the fact that amid the Government of Indonesia’s efforts to eliminate child labour, there is very limited information regarding the condition of child labour in the country, especially in the tobacco sector.
January, 2019 | Abhijit Banerjee, Rema Hanna, Jordan Kyle, Benjamin A Olken, Sudarno Sumarto
This study explore the impact of allowing for outsourcing service delivery to the private sector within Indonesia’s largest targeted transfer program.
January, 2019 | Asep Suryahadi, Widjajanti Isdijoso, Syaikhu Usman, Nuning Akhmadi, Nina Toyamah, M. Sulton Mawardi, Palmira Permata Bachtiar, Ruhmaniyati , Joseph Natanael Marshan, Hastuti , Liza Hadiz, Gunardi Handoko
In light of this, SMERU collaborated with Local Solution for Poverty–World Bank (LSP-WB) to carry out a case study titled “Tracing the Benefits of village Fund Spending” from March 2017 to July 2017.
January, 2019 | Asep Suryahadi, Widjajanti Isdijoso, Syaikhu Usman, Nuning Akhmadi, Nina Toyamah, Luhur Bima, Meuthia Rosfadhila, Ruhmaniyati , Hastuti , Liza Hadiz, Gunardi Handoko
This edition highlight various studies observing child poverty and poor families’ access to public services.

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