Making Indonesia's Research and Development Better: Stakeholder Ideas and International Best Practices

This report identifies 9 key pathways in which Indonesia can make its national research and development performance better. It draws on international best practices in research and development; the experience of Indonesia’s peer economies in ASEAN; and the insights of more than 40 stakeholders who are research actors and institutional leaders in Indonesia. We ask: ‘What key changes to policy and practice are most likely to make a difference for the quality and utility of the research produced in Indonesia?’

This report is supported by KSI in the collaboration between Australia National University (ANU) and Center for Innovation Policy Governance (CIPG).

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