Center of Economics and Development Studies (CEDS ) Universitas Padjadjaran and Forum Kebijakan Pembangunan (FKP) conducted FKP Seminar Series: “Education-Job Mismatch & Its Effect on Indonesia’s Labor Market” Speakers :Prof. Dr. Armida Alisjahbana (CEDS),Pipit Pitriyan, SE, M.Si (CEDS),Raden Muhammad Purnagunawan Ph.D (CEDS)Discussant: Dr. Mohamad Fahmi Seminar was in Friday, 10th November 2017 If you are interesting with this topic and need the seminar material slide, you can ask me by message If you missed these seminar, you can access via streaming at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=htwhZuma2f4&feature=youtu.be
BIES Economic Dialogue: “Non-Tariff Trade Regulations in Indonesia: Nominal and Effective Rates of Protection”
Center of Economics and Development Studies (CEDS ) Universitas Padjadjaran and Australian National University (ANU)-Indonesia Project proudly present BIES Economic Dialogue Seminar:“Non-Tariff Trade Regulations in Indonesia:Nominal and Effective Rates of Protection “Date and Time: Monday, 11th December 2017/08.30 am – 12 pmVenue : Executive Lounge Universitas Padjadjaran, Kampus Unpad Dipati Ukur No. 35, BandungSpeakers : Prof. Stephen Marks (Pomona College, USA)Discussant : 1. Prof. Peter Warr (ANU, Australia) 2. Titik Anas, Ph.D (CEDS, Unpad) 3. KADIN West Java (to be confirmed)Moderator : Mr. Harlan Dimas Isjwara (CEDS) If you can’t attend to seminar..we provide streaming at: streaming.unpad.ac.id Regristration link : https://tinyurl.com/unpad-bies
Science and technology have been growing rapidly and the development mostly comes from the developed country. In order to fill the development gap of science and technology between the developed and developing country, Faculty of Economics and Business is proposing to invite a visiting and/or research professor, Dr. Grigorios Emvalomatis, from the University of Dundee, Scotland to provide the faculty members a recent development related to quantitative methods (mathematics, econometrics and statistics) and specific issues related to productivity and efficiency. Some challenges such as assumption and presents concepts, models and tools needed to analyze and quantify the levels of inefficiency and productivity at a point in time and their movement over time are discussed which are never been considered by most of the Indonesian researchers. This training is also part of 60th Dies Natalis Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Padjadjaran.