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Developing policy solutions for four high policy priority areas of the Indonesian government

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Developing Policy Solutions for Four High Policy Priority Areas of the Indonesian Government
Developing Policy Solutions for Four High Policy Priority Areas of the Indonesian Government
Project Title Prepared by Supported by Prepared for In cooperation with Program Director Developing Policy Solutions for Four High Policy Priority Areas of the Indonesian Government Korea Development Institute(KDI) Ministry of Strategy and Finance(MOSF), Republic of Korea The Government of Indonesia Center for International Cooperation (CICP), Ministry of Finance, Republic of Indonesia Wonhyuk Lim, Director, Policy Research Division, Center for International Development (CID), KDI Taihee Lee, Director, Policy Consultation Division, CID, KDI Eun Hae Kim, Research Associate, Policy Consultation Division, CID, KDI Okyu Kwon, Professor, Graduate School of Finance, KAIST (Former Deputy Prime Minister & Minister of Finance and Economy) Chapter 1: Okyu Kwon, Professor, Graduate School of Finance, KAIST & Mudrajad Kuncoro, Professor, Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia Chapter 2: Kwangshik Shin, Senior Advisor, Kim & Chang Law Firm Chapter 3: Joonhyuk Song, Associate Research Fellow, Korea Development Institute Mudrajad Kuncoro, Professor, Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia Chapter 4: Pil-Kyu Kim, Head of Projec


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Title Developing policy solutions for four high policy priority areas of the Indonesian government
Similar Titles
Project Category Consulting Programs
Material Type Reports
Author(English)

Kwon, Okyu; Shin, KwangShik; Song, Joonhyuk; Kim, Pill-Kyu; Park, Nowook et al.

Publisher

Seoul:Korea Development Institute

Date 2010
Project Consulting Programs
Series Title; No Knowledge Sharing Program
ISBN 978-89-8063-436-1
Pages 213
Subject Country Indonesia(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Economy < General
Holding Korea Development Institute
Recipient Country Indonesia(Asia and Pacific)
Donor Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Supervisor Korea Development Institute
Organizer Korea Development Institute
Sponsor Ministry of Strategy and Finance

Abstract

As Morgan Stanly recognized Indonesia as a member of the BRICI, next group of emerging economies substituting the BRICs, Indonesia is taking a more important role in the global economy. Indonesia is a member of G20 like Korea and is showing a robust GDP growth of 4% in 2009 and expecting a 7% growth in 2010 in the midst of global financial turmoil stemming from subprime mortgage crisis. As the incumbent President Susilo Bamban Yudoyono was reelected in July 2009, political stability is being strengthened and as a result, reform policies are expected to be geared further. Development pace of Indonesia is now accelerating, thanks to its wide development potential with total population of 245 million, which is ranked the 4th largest population in the world, as well as abundant natural resources, and strengthened competitive export position based on labor cost, which is even lower than that of China or Vietnam. (The rest omitted)