The new series of informal sharing sessions on different topics around Indonesia’s knowledge sector will discuss on Inclusive Economic Development Index: Measuring Challenges of National Development Planning
TEDxJakarta team is back with the second TEDxJakartaSalon!
The State Administration Institute (LAN) in cooperation with the Knowledge Sector Initiative (KSI) initiated the development of the Indeks Kualitas Kebijakan (IKK) as an alternative instrument that is easy to use by Ministries / Agencies and Local Governments in measuring the quality of public policy planning and implementation.
Discussing the vision of national coal and considering the impact (environmental carrying capacity and capacity) and; Formulate recommendations for improvement of national coal and energy policies
Seminar Knowledge Sharing on Evidence-Based Public Policy
Indonesia Development Forum (IDF) 2081 accept submission of Call for Papers. This year’s theme is ‘Pathways to Tackle Regional Disparities Across the Archipelago’. The information on all seven (7) sub-themes and submission for abstract or paper can be accessed via IDF website at https://indonesiadevelopmentforum.com/2018/call-for-papers
Indonesia Development Forum (IDF) 2017 accept submission of Call for Papers. This year's theme is Fighting Inequality for Better Growth. The information on all 11 sub-themes and submission for abstract or paper can be accessed via Indonesia Development Forum website at http://indonesiadevelopmentforum.com
Compared to other developing countries such as India, the Philippines, Mexico, or Brazil, Indonesia is lacking behind in multi-stakeholders policy journals and other media. Making it worse, current policy journals play minimum role in translating research documents to policy briefs for policy makers to consume effectively. The quality of domestic policy research in Indonesia is low as shown in number of published articles in international peer-reviewed journals indexed by Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI). It also showed that only about 12% of social science research publications on Indonesia is undertaken by authors based in the country.
On 15-16 March 2017 in Jakarta, the Knowledge Sector Initiative (KSI), the KOMPAK program and The World Bank in Indonesia will jointly host this fourth international DDD workshop with practitioners, researchers, government and other partners to tease out common threads, discuss the practical challenges of mainstreaming TWP and PDIA, and build momentum between communities of practice to do development differently.