The strategic importance of South Sulawesi’s economy is bolstered by the size of its population – by far the largest in eastern Indonesia at 8.8 million.
The coronavirus pandemic has uncovered a clear and urgent need in Indonesia for improved ICT capacity, through infrastructure, skills and regulation.
Complementarities between the two nations’ economies continue to develop, challenged by inward looking reactions to the crisis, but at the same time buoyed by new priorities, digitisation and more.
The coronavirus pandemic has tested local governments in their ability to respond to social and economic threats that have come at them at a fast pace.
Our latest webinar explored trade and investment disruption during COVID-19, with leaders from Austrade and PwC’s Asia Practice, and an on-the-ground view from Indonesia.
This AIC Briefing Note outlines the five levels of government administration in Indonesia and their roles and interactions.
While national governments deliver policies at the macro level, regional and local governments often formulate and implement policies which have the most direct impact on citizens’ lives.
Since graduating from Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB), Pak Bernardus has a long history in infrastructure planning that spans all sectors and levels of government, and stretches around the world.
[Video] The AIC Associate Fellows landed in South Sulawesi for the first time in February 2020, embarking on a tour of stakeholder sites before joining the Senior Fellows for the PAIR Policy Dialogue.
As Australia declares some success in flattening the curve, and the impact of recent restrictions on movement and other measures remains to be seen in Indonesia, our expert panel examined and compared the public health response in each country, considering the best way forward.
To better understand how researchers collaborate, the Centre commissioned Dr Martijn van der Kamp of Monash University’s Business School to review the first five years of its research process.
Festival Director Jemma Purdey and the Australia-Indonesia Centre invite you to #stayhome (#dirumahaja) for our virtual short film festival the ReelOzInd! Retrospective | 2016-2019.
Economist Andhyta F. Utami discusses the response she is seeing so far to COVID-19 in her home of Jakarta, from both government and the community, particularly young people.
A Dean of Economics and Management, a young environmental economist, a Australian lifetime student of Indonesian economics and governance, a former ABC Indonesia correspondent, and over 200 viewers came together on Tuesday 7 April for The Australia-Indonesia Centre’s first live webinar.