We use The National Socioeconomic Survey (SUSENAS) data from 1992 to 2012, to describe the condition of education development in Indonesia before and after the Reform Era. Historical data on education of Indonesia shows that this country has made a remarkable achievement in education development, which is indicated by a significant improvement on several education indicators. However, 1997-1998 Asian crisis is believed had slowed down the development of education sector in Indonesia.
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This paper look at the long-run evolution of various labor market indicators in Indonesia over the period of 1992 to 2012 using the National Socioeconomic Survey (SUSENAS) data to describe the development before and after the reform era. Four indicators are used in this study to measure the labor market performance, which are formality rate,working poor rate, not in employment and education rate and child labor rate.
Using a long series of household level survey data and more information on regional variation in the poor’s living cost and inflation, we estimated the proportion of people living below 2005 PPP $2 a day. We found that for the period of 1990 to 2012, the $2 poverty incidence has been declining at an average rate of 2.2% per year leaving only 36.5% in 2012.
Key Monitoring Indicators (KMI) contains many macro economy variables that can only monitored daily, monthly or quarterly.
Infrastructure holds a very important and vital role in the economy. Where, infrastructure such as transportation, communication and energy determine how fast the economy can grow.
BMT existences can not be separated from the activities of micro, small and medium enterprises. Noer Soetrisno, Deputy Ministry Of Cooperations and SMEs, explaining though proved to be economic support Indonesia in times of crisis, the role of BMT in contributing to the economic wheels moving, very real.
Steel industry is one among the top 10 industries to support Indonesian economic growth. From the supply side, the production of the steel industry is still left behind by Malaysian and Thailand. And from the demand side, both countries has a significant improvement during 1998 to 2006.
Trade sector is an important sector that contribute to the Indonesian economy. In the global context, Indonesia is one of the market that has big potential. It contribution to the GDP is second the largest after transportation and communication sector.
The creation of Regional Trade Agreements (RTAs) and Free Trade Areas (FTAs) shows a significant increasing trend since 1990. This trend of RTAs/FTAs creation also occurs in East Asia region.
The Economic implication of deforestation moratorium in Indonesia: A general equilibrium investigation
To analyze the implication of deforestation moratorium, this study used IRSA-Indonesia 5 model. As an Interregional CGE model, IRSA-Indonesia 5 contains of 5 regions which are Sumatra, Jawa-Bali, Kalimantan, Sulawesi and Eastern Indonesia.