A new AIC project will map the role of digital innovation in alleviating the economic imprint of COVID-19 in Indonesia.
New research will help governments grappling with the impossible decision of choosing health or the economy whilst both are in crisis.
The global adjustment to the coronavirus pandemic has seen a faster shift to a digital economy as technology has been harnessed to deal with abrupt changes in every aspect of life.
AIC Industry Fellow Caroline Chan speaks about a new program helping build the tech skills and business knowledge of Indonesia’s small and micro-entrepreneurs.
Twelve new rapid research projects will explore the impact of COVID-19 on Indonesia’s economy and society.
Supply chains are being tested around the globe, as coronavirus creates new challenges around people and logistics.
COVID-19 has added challenges to international research but highlighted its critical role in responding to such complex problems.
Senator Penny Wong and experts from The University of Melbourne and CSIS Indonesia have called for more effective multilateralism and less deference to the interests of China and the US.
Researchers including PAIR’s Dr Hasnawati Saleh share how they have adapted fieldwork and collaborations in the face of travel bans and closed borders.
In a time of crisis the potential gains from the smart use of data are amplified.
The coronavirus pandemic has created another framework for the battle being fought between the USA and China as they try to assert their authority in the region of South East Asia.
Our 18 Associate Fellows represent the next generation of Australia-Indonesia research leaders. Read about their work with #AICPAIR.
This PAIR Overview takes a deep dive into South Sulawesi and its people and infrastructure, illustrating the importance of the province to Indonesia’s future.
Influential figures make up the Research Advisory Panel (RAP) that will guide the development of the AIC’s inaugural PAIR program in South Sulawesi.
The AIC congratulates the Dean of Economics and Management at IPB University Professor Nunung Nuryartono on his appointment to the BI board of supervisors.