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REGIONAL ECONOMIC MODELLING FOR INDONESIA: IMPLEMENTATION OF IRSA-INDONESIA5
Ten years after Indonesia implemented a major decentralisation policy, regional income per capita disparity and excessive rate of natural resource extraction continue to be pressing issues. There areExpand
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The Economy-wide Impact of a Uniform Carbon Tax in ASEAN
The main goal of this study is to analyse the benefits and losses associated with cooperation among ASEAN members in mitigating their CO<sub xmlns:m="http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML"Expand
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Inter-Island economic linkages and connections in Indonesia
Economic performances across regions in Indonesia vary a lot. For example, in the early 2000s, gross regional domestic product in East Kalimantan and Riau was respectively 23 and 20 times higher thanExpand
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Prospects and challenges for an ASEAN energy integration policy
Discussion on the establishment of an ASEAN Community has intensified in the last 2 decades. The prospect for its establishment is seemingly inevitable with the signing of the so-called Bali ConcordExpand
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THE INDONESIAN INTER-REGIONAL SOCIAL ACCOUNTING MATRIX FOR FISCAL DECENTRALISATION ANALYSIS
Disparities in development have long been a crucial issue in Indonesia. With regard to the new structure of the Indonesian government, it is of great interest to determine whether Indonesia shouldExpand
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9 Security in Indonesia
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Challenges in Mitigating Indonesia’s CO2 Emission: The Importance of Managing Fossil Fuel Combustion
Indonesia is among the largest 25 carbon dioxide emitting countries when considering only fossil fuels, and among the top three or five when emissions due to deforestation and land use change areExpand
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Setting the scene: Driving forces of change in Southeast Asia
Introduction Southeast Asia is made up of 11 countries with a total population in 2008 of around 584 million people. Geographically, Southeast Asia consists of two geographical regions: the mainlandExpand
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The Inter-Regional System of Analysis for ASEAN: A Manual
The Inter-Regional System of Analysis for ASEAN (IRSA-ASEAN) is a static, multi-country, computable general equilibrium (CGE) model. It is a unique model constructed to understand the impact ofExpand
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