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Inhaltsangabe: Indonesia is on the cusp of transformative take-off, poised to become a major economic power not just in Asia, but also on the global-stage. This book is a pioneering attempt in comprehensively assessing all attributes, conditions and policies for 33 Indonesian provinces and Indonesia's trajectory as an emerging middle power. It contains papers and data-sets presented in July 2012, at ACI's signature Annual Conference. The information that was shared at the conference and presented in the book posit a future where tens of millions of Indonesians will be lifted out of poverty to become a self-sustaining middle-class, which will in turn drive the country into a global leadership role in the 21st century. It is a compelling value-added proposition for policy simulations enabling policy-makers to identify relative weaknesses, strengths, threats and opportunities of individual 33 provinces, guiding them to prioritise areas in crafting policies and development strategies.
Readership: Academics, researchers, professionals, policy makers interested in Indonesia's Development.
About the Author: TAN Khee Giap is currently Chair of the Singapore National Committee for Pacific Economic Cooperation (SINCPEC) and also Co-Director of Asia Competitiveness Institute in Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore. Upon graduating with a PhD from University of East Anglia, England, UK in 1987, he joined the banking sector as a treasury manager and served as secretary to the Assets and Liabilities Committee for three years, there after he taught at the Department of Economics and Statistics, National University of Singapore, 1990-1993. Dr Tan joined Nanyang Technological University in 1993 and was Associate Dean, Graduate Studies Office, 2007-2009.
Dr Tan has consulted extensively with the various government ministries, statutory boards and government linked companies of Singapore government. on policies concerning financial, fiscal, trade, tourism, public housing, labour, telecommunication, tourism, liveable cities, creative industry, media, community development, airport and seaport activities. He has also served as a consultant to international agencies such as the Asian Development Bank, Asian Development Bank Institute, and the United Nations Industrial Development Group among others.
Dr Tan has published in international refereed journals including Applied Economics, Asian Economic Papers, Review of Pacific Basin Financial Markets and Policies, Competitiveness Review in the area of capital flows, economic forecasting, financial sector liberalization and macroeconomic competitiveness. His current research interests include econometric forecasting, Global Liveable Cities Index and competitiveness analysis on 34 Greater China economies in China, 35 states in India and ASEAN-10 economies.
He served in the 2002 Economic Review Committee (ERC), served as Chairman of the Task Force on Portable Medical Benefits (PMB), served as the Deputy Chairman of the IPS Forum for Economic Restructuring (IFER) in 2003 and served as a member of the Resource Panel of the Government Parliamentary Committee for Transport and Government Parliamentary Committee for Finance and Trade since 2007. Dr Tan is also currently an Independent Director of the publicly listed Artivision Technologies Limited, TCT Treasury China Trust and Breadtalk Group Limited. He is also a Board Member of Human Capital Singapore.
Mulya AMRI is Research Associate at the Asia Competitiveness Institute (ACI), and Ph.D student at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore (NUS). He has 12 years of working experience in the private, public, and non-profit sectors. Before starting his Ph. D studies, Mulya worked in Singapore with HOK, a global planning and architecture consultancy firm, and with Jurong Consultants, the consultancy arm of Singapore's JTC Corporation. Prior to moving to Singapore, Mulya worked with UNDP, UN-HABITAT, and the World Bank on projects related to governance strengthening, housing development, and community-driven development in various Indonesian regions. He was also a cofounder of COMBINE Resource Institution, an NGO based in Yogyakarta working to strengthen community-based information systems. Mulya has written book chapters on intermunicipal cooperation, human settlements, community media, and Corporate Social Responsibility. He graduated with a bachelor's degree from Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB), Indonesia, and was awarded the Fulbright scholarship to study for a Master's degree in Urban Planning at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).
Linda Low is Senior Research Fellow at Asia Competitiveness Centre in Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore.
TAN Kong Yam is presently Adjunct Professor at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy and Director of the Asia Competitiveness Institute.
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