Dr. Raden Muhamad Purnagunawan is a Senior lecturer and researcher at the Department of Economics, Padjadjaran University. He has been a researcher at CEDS since 1999. Dr. Purnagunawan earned his bachelor degree in Economics from Padjadjaran University, Indonesia (2007), a Masters degree in Industrial Management from Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia (2001), and a Ph.D in Industrial Management from Australian National University, Australia (2011). Dr. Purnagunawan’s research interest is in the area of Labor Economics, Industry, Poverty and his recent research topic is on Minimum wages and Labour Market Outcomes in decentralized Indonesia: Case study of Java.
- Manning, C., & Muhamad, R. (2016). 17 Has Indonesia Passed the Lewis Turning Point and Does It Matter?. Managing Globalization in the Asian Century: Essays in Honour of Prema-Chandra Athukorala, 457.
- Moubayed, L., Purnagunawan, R. M. (2014). Youth Employment In Indonesia: International And National Good Practices For Policy And Programme Improvement. TNP2K Working Paper.
- Manning, C., & Purnagunawan, R. M. (2014). Regional labour markets in 2002-12: Limited convergence but integration nonetheless. Regional dynamics in a decentralized Indonesia, 342-367.
- Fahmi, M., Yusuf, A. A., Purnagunawan, R. M., Resosudarmo, B., & Priyarsono, D. S. (2014). Government and Communities: Sharing Indonesia’s Common Goals-IRSA Book Series on Regional Development No. 12.
- Purnagunawan, R., & Pirmana, V. (2013). Labor market development in Indonesia Has it been for all? (No. 201317). Department of Economics, Padjadjaran University.
Purnagunawan, R. M. (2011). Minimum Wages and Labour Market Outcomes in Decentralised Indonesia: A Case Study from Java (Doctoral dissertation, Australian National University).