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A new global research network on poverty and inequality dynamics launched

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of ending global poverty by 2030 will require that high growth rates are sustained and that growth is inclusive and shared across society so that poverty reduction is maximised. The former, high and sustained growth,…
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We Need Sustainable Infrastructure: Prof. Armida Alisjahbana

Indonesia economic growth has been constrained by serious infrastructure deficiency. Thus, the government-led infrastructure investment has been the focus of the Indonesian government in recent years. However, new concern arises on how this infrastructure development can be consistent with social…
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Tantangan SDG Sektor Perikanan: Wawancara dengan M. Zulficar Mochtar

Kepala Badan Riset dan SDM Kementerian Kelautan dan Perikanan (KKP), M. Zulficar Mochtar, berbincang-bincang dengan Wandira Larasati dari SDGs Center UNPAD tentang berbagai tantangan Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) di sektor perikanan termasuk perikanan berkelanjutan, Illegal, unregulated, and unreported (IUU) fishing…
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Information and Statistics in Public Policy Making

By Boediono** While I am not a statistician by profession, statistics have never been far from my works throughout most of my career. I took up my first job in government more than thirty years ago at our national planning…
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Ketimpangan dan pertumbuhan yang menyengsarakan

Oleh: Arief Anshory Yusuf* Pertumbuhan ekonomi sering digadang-gadang sebagai senjata ampuh untuk meningkatkan kesejahteraan, termasuk menghapuskan kemiskinan. Tak mengherankan, bila pemimpin daerah dari propinsi hingga kabupaten kota di seluruh negeri ini umumnya fasih dengan istilah laju pertumbuhan ekonomi (LPE). Inilah…
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Literasi digital kaum perempuan: Interview dengan Neneng Goenadi

Ir Neneng Goenadi, MBA (Country Managing Director, Accenture Indonesia) berbincang-bincang dengan Wandira Larasati dari SDGs Center UNPAD terkait literasi digital kalangan perempuan di Indonesia.

Fishing without License: An Obstacle to 2030 Agenda

Illegal, unregulated, and unreported fishing – IUU fishing for short – costs Indonesia at least 9 trillion rupiahs every year. Such was said by Mr. Zulficar Mochtar, the Head of Research and Human Resource Division, Ministry of Marine Affairs and…
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Digital Empowerment can Promote Gender Equality

Advances in digital technology can improve women’s active contribution to the global development. Women are usually responsible for unpaid works, such as child care, creating a “hidden pay gap” between them and their male counterparts. This gap is startling in…
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Provinsi NTB Sangat Siap Menghadapi Tantangan SDGs

Seperti yang kita ketahui bersama, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) bukan lah hal yang baru, karena SDGs merupakan sebuah kontinuitas dari Milenium Development Goals (MDGs). Perihal SDGs, Provinsi NTB sudah sangat siap menghadapi tantangan untuk mencapai target-target SDGs pada tahun 2030….
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Resolving Nutrition Emergency as Precondition to Inclusive Growth

Arief Anshory Yusuf Indonesia: Middle income country with poor nutrient status Comparison of some welfare indicators between Indonesia and Cambodia indicates a number of highly disturbing anomalies (Table 1). Indonesia is a country that falls under the middle income countries…
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