Indonesia economy

September 13, 2019

Indonesia’s New Capital Challenge Kicks Off

By Luke Hunt
The announcement on moving the country’s capital is only the beginning of one of the most ambitious infrastructure ventures in its history.

August 28, 2019

Indonesia Aims for Fastest Growth of Jokowi’s Term

By Ian Morse
Can Indonesia’s president balance the resource-rich investment boom with more equitable development?
August 23, 2019

How Indonesia Avoided Brazil’s Economic Fate

By James Guild
Two large, developing countries, opposite economic trajectories.

July 30, 2019

Time to Take the US-Indonesia Strategic Partnership Seriously

By Patrick M. Cronin and Isabelle M. Burke
The U.S. and Indonesia must turn phrases like “strategic partnership” into a tangible reality.

April 25, 2019

Economic Focus Ahead for Indonesia in Jokowi’s Coming Second Term

By Luke Hunt
Based on Jokowi’s first term and how the country’s election played out, the economy is likely to continue to be a key priority.

April 19, 2019

What Does Jokowi’s Win Mean for Indonesia’s Economy?

By Edward Parker
The Indonesian president has made progress, but has unfinished business to complete in his probable second term.
April 12, 2019

Asia’s Elections: Market Moving or More of the Same?

By Anthony Fensom
Predicting the economic impact of polls in Thailand, Indonesia, India, Australia, and more.

March 01, 2019

Indonesia’s Democratic Discontent

By Alexander R. Arifianto
As elections loom, the future of Indonesia’s young democracy is at a crossroads.

February 20, 2019

How the Economy Factors Into Indonesia’s Elections

By Anthony Fensom
Looking at the candidates in the race to Indonesia's presidency.

January 18, 2019

Jokowinomics and the Future Path for Indonesia’s Economy

By Rindo Sai’o
Jokowi's development plan is well-intentioned, but led astray by lack of planning and sensitivity to public complaints.

December 01, 2018

The X Factors in Indonesia’s Presidential Race

By Ed Ratcliffe
Economy and religion could define Indonesia’s 2019 presidential elections.
October 04, 2018

Who Wants to Be an Indonesian Civil Servant? Almost Everyone.

By Muhammad Beni Saputra
Being a PNS remains one of the most popular ambitions in the country. Here's why.

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