Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Economics need insights from psychology to understand human responses to climate change

In its 2015 World Development Report, World Bank emphasized the importance of incorporating psychological, social, and cultural insights in understanding how human can respond to climate change problems. Economics has already developed a new sub-discipline that integrate psychology and...

UNDP: Universities should enhance national capacity for SDGs monitoring and evaluation

From 21 to 27 October, UNDP held a week-long Regional SDG Forum in Bangkok. The Forum features a aknowledge exchange on implementing 2030 agenda, a conference on youth engagement in SDG implementation, monitoring and evaluation system on SDGs, and...

Prof. Armida Alisjahbana: SDGs need an Integrated Approach and Strategy

Economic, social and environmental pillars are all important three pillars for sustainable development goals (SDGs). The achievement of SDGs will depend on the successful implementation of all three pillars. We need to integrate global, national and local level efforts....

Regulations must keep up with development dynamics

Development is a complex and dynamic process. Globalization, for example, is no longer about free trade and investment but also a continuously-free flow of information under inter-connected social network. On the other hand, at the local scale, public participation...

Poverty and inequality in Indonesia and Southeast Asia: Measurement, impact and policies

UNPAD's SDGs Center and SMERU Research Institute are co-organizing a special session at the 15th Convention of the East Asian Economic Association to be held in Bandung (EAEA2016), Indonesia, on 5-6 November 2016. The session titled "Poverty and inequality in...

Inequality harms entrepreneurship development

Development of entrepreneurship in Indonesia has been relatively stagnant. World Bank data suggests that Indonesia ranks only 126 out of 141 countries in terms of entrepreneurship index. This worrying fact was shared by Dr. Arief Anshory Yusuf, Executive Director...

Sekolah valuasi uncovers nature’s invisible economic value

In our world, where market system is the norm, market prices have been guiding economic, business and policy decisions. More often than not, the signals sent through market prices are distorted and misguide economic agents into thinking that resources...

Macroeconomic stability is necessary for SDGs

Sustainable development goals (SDGs) are a set of development targets aimed to be achieved in 2030. It is a long-run target. However, history has proven that short-run macroeconomic volatility can have detrimental effect to these long-run aspirations. Consider te...

Persistent informality prevents inclusive growth

Inclusive growth is poverty and inequality-reducing and characterized by inclusion or participation in the growth processes. This inclusion is in terms of employment and access to expanding capabilities via access to basic public goods such as education, health, and...

Sekolah Valuasi Gelombang III : 29 September – 2 Oktober 2016

Download brosur Sekolah Valuasi: http://goo.gl/ZvfVj5 Sekolah Valuasi Tahukah anda? Nilai tidak selalu identik dengan harga. Sesuatu yang bernilai sering tidak selalu ada harga pasarnya. Sayangnya, dalam ekonomi pasar yang kita anut, keputusan ekonomi, keputusan bisnis, bahkan kebijakan sering hanya didasari oleh...