This paper queries the general view that CSR perceptions and practices were entirely new to Indonesia when the country’s 2007 Corporate Law made CSR compulsory.
Dr Long Chu discusses the economic principles of water pricing in the context of climate risk, economic and population growth, and presents related empirical findings.
Farmers’ responses to unexpected weather variabilities in developing countries: the case of Indonesia
Umi Yaumidin presents her PhD findings on farmers’ responses to extreme weather events.
The value of flood mitigation infrastructure in developing countries megacities: The case of the East Flood Canal in Jakarta, Indonesia
Budy Resosudarmo examines the impact on housing prices of flood mitigation through the improvement of Jakarta’s East Flood Canal, using a hedonic price analysis of Jakarta’s housing market.
What motivates giving? Three things learned from field experiments with charity and foundation partners
Join Professor Petrie as she present evidence on motives and barriers to giving.
Abdul Nasir presents his PhD research showing that resource rent taxes can improve the economic performance of oil and gas extraction.
This study examines the tendency of resource firms to overinvest induced by business cycles and uncertainties. The analysis is conducted using unbalanced panel data of 596 resource companies in 32 countries between 1986 and 2017 in four resource sectors: (1) alternative energy; (2) forestry and paper; (3) mining; and (4) oil and gas producers. The overall results suggest a positive uncertainty-overinvestment relationship.
In this seminar, David Aled Williams from SOAS University of London will talk about the political ecology of REDD+ in Indonesia.
Waste is dramatically affecting the land, waterways, soils, sea, air and health of Indonesian citizens. This talk investigates how people can be taught to separate waste and the different approaches adopted in Indonesia.
A public lecture on ‘US-China relations & America’s Asian partners’ by Professor David M. Lampton, Director of SAIS-China, Johns Hopkins University.