Mr. Barli Suryanta graduated from Bachelor Degree in Finance (SE) at the Faculty of Business and Economics, the University of Padjadjaran with a Cum Laude distinction. He worked for the H.M. Sampoerna Company for around 3 years. Then, he continued his study in Master of Science in Management (MSM) at the Schol of Business and Management (SBM) ITB with a Cum Laude distinction. His master study was fully funded by Tanoto Scholarship program. He is a faculty member of the SBM ITB until present. His teaching interest includes Business Economics, Financial Analysis, Corporate Finance, and Capital Market. He published a number of papers covering the ASEAN Free Trade and Investment.
He is working now on his doctorate at Crawford School of Public Policy at the Australian National University. His topic research is about Indonesia’s Integration into the Regional and Global Economy. He investigates the impact of trade and investment impediments on Indonesia’s trade and FDI flows, and what kind of an appropriate policy should be drawn to eliminate these Indonesia’s trade and investment barriers. His thesis also examines how the ASEAN Economic Community can help Indonesia to integrate with the regional and global economy. His supervisor is Dr. Shiro Armstrong as Chair Supervisor, and Dr. Arianto Patunru and Prof. Ligang Song as his Supervisory panel.
His PhD study is fully sponsored by the Indonesia Endowment Funds for Education ( or LPDP) of the Indonesia’s Ministry of Finance.
He had significant experience upon some project grants from the Indonesia’s Ministry of Finance, the Korean International Cooperation Agency, The Defence of Timor Leste, the West Java Province Regional Strategic Planning Agency, the South Korean POSCO-Krakatau Steel, the Indonesia’s Railway Services, and the Timah Eksplomin company, and the Toba Sejahtra Business Group.
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The Australian National University
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