Part of the 18th IRSA International Conference, that will be conducted in Bogor on 17-18 July 2023, IRSA is accepting abstract of papers to be presented in the conference as well as research proposals to be funding through IRSA Research Supports.
The Faculty of Economics and Business (FEB) Mataram University was founded in 1963 and is currently have shown positive developments, both physically and in the number of study programs that built. The current study program at FEB consists of nine majors/study programs consisting of: from: DIII Taxation Study Program, Accounting DIII Study Program and DIII Study Program Tourism, S1 Department of Economics and Development Studies (IESP), S1 Management Department, S1 Accounting Department, Management S2 Study Program, Accounting S2 Study Program, and Programs Master’s Degree in Economics.
This Strategic Plan (Renstra) is a medium-term plan that outlines the vision, mission, objectives, strategies and policies of the FEB for 2020-2024. This strategic plan is prepared by maintaining the continuity of faculty development, which is made based on previous evaluations and accommodate internal and external issues growing.
Gumilang Aryo Sahadewo, Evi Noor Afifah, Eny Sulistyaningrum, Devanto S. Pratomo, Alin Halimatussadiah, and Budy P. Resosudarmo
IRSA Book Series on Regional Development No. 20
IDR 100,000 (USD 10)
Indonesian government aspires to escape from the middle-income trap before 2045, marking 100 years of the country’s independence. The country cannot achieve this growth by relying on exploitation of natural resources but through improving technical knowhow. This book titled “Institution, Human Capital and Development in Indonesia” contains recent research on the regional aspects of the interlinkage between institutions, human capital in the context of Indonesian economic development. This book also serves as a reminder of the importance of institutions in economic development in Indonesia.
IRSA would like to congratulate the following recipients of the 2022 IRSA-BKF Paper Awards:
Dimas Prasetyo (Nudgeplus), Lury Sofyan (Nudgeplus), Pyan Amin Muchtar (Nudgeplus and ERIA), and Dwiana Piarah (Universitas Hasanuddin) for their paper: “Nudging people to handwash during the pandemic: The use of visual priming and saliency”.
Daniel Halim (World Bank), Sean Hambali (World Bank), and Ririn Salwa Purnamasari (World Bank) for their paper: “Faux progress: Narrowing of gender gaps in employment during the onset of COVID-19 in Indonesia”.
Militcyano Samuel Sapulette (ERIA), Nury Effendi (CEDS-Universitas Padjadjaran), Vera Intanie Dewi (FE-Universitas Parahyangan), Fitri Hastuti (CEDS-Universitas Padjadjaran), Eva Ervani (CEDS-Universitas Padjadjaran), and Anhar Fauzan Priyono (CEDS-Universitas Padjadjaran) for their paper: “Interregional assessments of MSME credit channeling amid the pandemic: Analyzing the role of the digital business environment”.