Research funded by the Australia-Indonesia Centre… found that employee digital proficiency as well as digital human capital investments (in the form of digital training) are key indicators of their sustained performance.
Indonesia: improve skills, strengthen institutions and lower barriers to competition to strengthen recovery from COVID-19
The COVID-19 crisis has disrupted two decades of steady growth and rising living standards in Indonesia, triggering the first recession in a Read more
President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) stressed that digital trade in Indonesia must be focused on always empowering and encouraging the performance of Micro, Small, & Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) and proffer benefits to the wider community.
Industry Minister Agus Gumiwang Kartasasmita has confirmed at least three Japanese companies will relocate their facilities from China to Indonesia: Panasonic Manufacturing, Denso, and Sagami.
Indonesia’s Ministry of Agriculture has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Microsoft to empower smallholder farmers with technology-oriented solutions that will help them increase income using ground-breaking, cloud-based technologies, machine learning and advanced analytics.
The proportion of agricultural workers has increased during the pandemic, but the sector’s contribution to GDP has remained the same at 13 percent, which risked the sector’s overall productivity.
Indonesia is Southeast Asia’s largest and fastest growing digital economy. Despite its young and growing workforce, the country has been confronted with Read more
After a year of bushfires, floods, and drought, the Australian agricultural industry is on the road to recovery. One of the countries that will play a major role in helping heal this industry is Australia’s biggest neighbour, Indonesia.
Deservingly recognised as one of YAIA’s Young Women to Watch in International Affairs in 2020, Ms Campbell is a resilient leader and inspiring role model in Australia-Indonesia relations.
A new higher education policy is expected to bring about reform that will strengthen its role in connecting knowledge and science to society’s needs.
Our children, born into this age of seemingly endless crises, also know that the future will need their labor and wherewithal if solutions are to be found. Yet, we seem to be stuck doing education to our students rather than with them.
Australian universities are closing the door of opportunity to the wide range of vocations open to students who have skills in Indonesian language.
It’s surprising how many people in positions of power and influence, who often denounce the value of humanities and social science (HASS) subjects, have themselves an arts background – anecdotally, history seems a particularly productive major.
This Paper on ‘Opportunities for Australian business in Indonesian healthcare’ outlines several areas where Australia’s competitive advantage can contribute to Indonesia’s growing healthcare demands.
PAIR researchers are analysing South Sulawesi’s seaweed industry to better understand its drivers, value chain, impact on over 35,000 coastal households, and effects of COVID-19.