Special Region of Yogyakarta

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This research seeks to better understand the welfare of the elderly and the existing social protection programs targeting the group.

Internet Usage Among Women-Led Micro and Small Enterprises and Household membersʼ use of the Internet at Home: Evidence from Indonesia During the COVID-19 Pandemic

This study examines whether internet usage among micro and small enterprises (MSEs) could influence household membersʼ use of the internet in terms of intensity as well as usage for productive activities. Using longitudinal data from MSEs in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, covering the period before and during the COVID-19 pandemic, the study finds that more intensive use of the internet by female entrepreneurs is positively associated with at least an 8 percentage-point higher probability of internet use for school-related purposes by household members.

Study of the Impact of the National Health Insurance Premium Assistance on the Poor and Underprivileged

This publication is only available in Bahasa Indonesia.

The Evolution of Community Forestry through the Growth of Interlinked Community Institutions in Java, Indonesia

Devolving governance from the state to local communities is an increasing trend in forest and natural resource management. Effective local institutions are widely accepted as being key to the success and sustainability of these governance transitions, but there is limited understanding of how different kind of community institutions evolve with community forestry processes.

Developing SiBakul as an Inclusive Digital Ecosystem for MSMEs in the Special Region of Yogyakarta

This article is only available in Indonesian language.

Same Storm, Different Ark: Coping Strategies of the Vulnerable Communities during the COVID-19 Pandemic

The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has caused changes in multiple aspects of life. As a response to these changes, the vulnerable communities have been forced to set out their coping strategies. Looking at their livelihoods, the vulnerable communities working in the nonagricultural sector have experienced an income decline during the pandemic. In contrast, the vulnerable communities working in the agricultural sector, such as land-owning farmers and agricultural business owners, have been able to maintain their income level.

Examining Issues in Indonesia's Public Communication Strategies during the COVID-19 Pandemic

The Indonesian government issued various policies to keep the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic under control as cases fluctuated during the outbreak. However, the public communication strategies used by the government to handle the pandemic have not been effective, while effective communication is vital in fostering understanding and trust, as well as in maintaining people’s risk perception.

Supporting Digital Transformation of Micro Small Entreprises in Special Region of Yogyakarta during COVID-19 Pandemic

  
This publication is only available in Indonesian Language

 

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Study on social protection programs for the elderly in three provinces, namely DKI Jakarta, DI Yogyakarta, and Bali, from April to July 2021

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