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CEDS and Canadian researchers sharing views on SME’s development

CEDS [21/01/2015] received a visit from researchers of the Conference Board of Canada (CboC) to discuss how to improve the trade and investment partnership between Indonesia and Canada.

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RSSE January-March 2015

Research seminar series in economics (RSSE) is regularly held seminars featuring the findings of all research projects of Center for Economics and Development Studies (CEDS). In this open seminar, research findings are scrutinized by external discussants and discussed by seminar's participants. RSSE is a core part of our mission in improving academic atmosphere within the university and increasing the quality of our research outputs.

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ADB economists: Government growth target is feasible

Despite weaker economic growth for 2014, Indonesian economy is forecasted to start recovering in the fourth quarter of this year, and to rebound to 5.7% growth in 2015. At the same time, inflation will increase temporarily as a result of government decision to increase fuel price last week.

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BIES Economic Dialogue: Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Indonesian Society

BIES Economic dialogue adalah forum memasyarakatkan hasil-hasil riset yang dipublikasikan di jurnal Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies. Acara rutin ini terselenggara atas kerjasama Center for Economics and Development Studies (CEDS), UNPAD, Indonesia Project, The Australian National University.

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Center for Economics and Development Studies is a research center under the Department of Economics, Padjadjaran University, Indonesia. A leading research institute in Indonesia in the area of economics and development studies.  MORE..

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Statistics of our working papers series (WoPEDS): Citations = 68, H-Index = 4. More Info in Google Scholar.
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