CEDS supports the growth diagnostics study of Bank Indonesia

Monetary and fiscal policies are effective instuments to boost aggregate demand and growth in the short-run. However, they are not effective as a remedy for declining growth potentials. Declining growth potentials are currently an imminent threat faced by many economies including Indonesia.


Interview: Prof. Armida Alisjahbana on SDGs

Picture: MCA-IndonesiaOn February 12, 2016, The United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) Bureau announced the establishment of an Independent Team of Advisors to support Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Prof. Armida Alisjahbana, a professor from Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Padjadjaran and also a former director of CEDS UNPAD is appointed as one of its members.


Does increasing fuel price reduce traffic? Brown Bag Seminar

CEDS and Doctoral Program of Applied Economics (DET) are hosting the Brown Bag Seminar entitled "Easing the trafic:  The road-use effects of Indonesia’s fuel subsidy reforms by Dr. Paul Burke from The Australian National University. The seminar will be held on Friday 22 January 2016 at CEDS, Jl. Cimandiri no 6-8, Bandung.


CEDS recent initiatives strenghten its global research partnership

CEDS has been engaged in various collaboration with institutions in Australia, Europe and Southeast Asian countries. Recent initiatives include research partnership with The Australian National University, King's College London, and European-based TNO and ICRE8. Through a network of Economy and the Environment Institutes (EEI), Southeast Asian research network on environmental economics will also be strengthened.


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