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CEDS partner institutions from 14 developing countries shared research findings in Jakarta

The CEDS-hosted Global Development Network (GDN) Global Workshop, held in Jakarta on 7-9 April marked the completion of the 5 years GDN global research project on "Strengthening Institutions to Improve Public Sector Accoutability".

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More research needed to understand micro finances that work

Micro finance has been widely recognized to be able to play a greater role in tackling the great challenges in Indonesia's aspiration toward poverty alleviation and reducing inequality. However, Although Indonesia has been a global leader in microfinance outreach and innovation for the past 25 years, access to microfinance services is now declining and nearly 50% of Indonesian households continue to lack effective access to micro credit.

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Recommendations from GDN-funded CEDS research communicated in a high-level policy dialogue

Economic status of one individual in a society is not only a product of the effort or talent of that particular individual alone. Philosopher Professor John Roemer of Yale University in his theory of distributive justice emphasizes that inequality in circumstances can explain to a large extent the poverty and inequality situation in many societies. Such circumstances include access to health and education services.

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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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