From the perspective of international comparison, Indonesia's economic development is one of the success stories. Indonesia is known as one of the countries that are able to maintain a fairly high growth, a sharp decline in poverty and a low level of inequality. Nevertheless, within a decade later, this began to change: achieving growth tends to decline, there was a slowing decline in poverty levels and increased inequality. What explains the changes in the economic environment? What to do with a good macro development policies as well as those associated with specific social protection? This seminar aims to discuss those questions.

The Seminar will be held on:

  • Day, date: Friday, September 5, 2014
  • Time: 08:00 am -12:30 pm
  • Venue: Auditorium BRI, Master of Science and Doctoral Program Building, FEB UGM. Jl. Bulaksamumur UGM Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

Keynote Speech by:

  • Prof. Dr Bambang Brodjonegoro (Deputy Minister Of Finance Of Republic Of Indonesia)

Paper presentations and discussion:

  1. Dra. Rahma Iryanti, M.T. (BAPPENAS)
  2. Dr. Vivi Alatas (World Bank, Jakarta)
  3. Dr. Denni P. Purbasari (UGM)

Moderator: Dr. Elan Satriawan

The Seminar was organized within the framework of the commemoration of the 59 anniversary of the Faculty of Economics and Business Universitas Gadjah Mada (FEB UGM). In this seminar will be launched course of Poverty also offered course in the Master of Science and Doctoral Program, FEB UGM.

This Seminar is open to the public participant, registration of seminar participants and confirmation of the presence can contact: Admission Office, Master of Science and Doctoral Program FEB UGM, phone (0274) 580726.

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