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    Krisna Gupta
    Policy brief | Center for Indonesian Policy Studies · April 2022 | 🇬🇧 English
    This policy brief is written as a follow-up to CIPS’ policy paper “The Advent of a New Trade Governance After the Omnibus Law Neraca Komoditas” that was published before the issuance of Presidential R...
    Krisna Gupta
    Policy brief | Center for Indonesian Policy Studies · April 2022 | 🇮🇩 Bahasa Indonesia
    Ringkasan kebijakan ini ditulis sebagai kelanjutan dari makalah kebijakan CIPS berjudul “Lahirnya Tata Kelola Perdagangan Baru setelah Omnibus Law: Neraca Komoditas”, yang dipublikasikan sebelum terbi...
    Ajisatria Suleiman, Thomas Dewaranu, Noor Halimah Anjani
    Policy analysis | Center for Indonesian Policy Studies · March 2022 | 🇮🇩 Bahasa Indonesia
    Tidak semua konsumen memiliki pengetahuan yang memadai terkait produk dan layanan jasa keuangan yang mereka gunakan. Terdapat kesenjangan yang tinggi dalam tingkat inklusi keuangan (76,19%) dan litera...
    Ajisatria Suleiman, Thomas Dewaranu, Noor Halimah Anjani
    Policy analysis | Center for Indonesian Policy Studies · March 2022 | 🇬🇧 English
    Not all financial consumers are equipped with the necessary knowledge of the products and services that they are using. A wide gap exists between the level of financial inclusion (76.19%) and financia...
    Siti Alifah Dina, Thomas Dewaranu
    Research paper | Center for Indonesian Policy Studies · February 2022 | 🇬🇧 English
    The Indonesian entrepreneurial landscape is dominated by micro-enterprises (MIEs), most of which operate informally with a high proportion of women as owners and/or workers. The majority of women micr...
    Nisrina Nafisah, Felippa Amanta
    Policy brief | Center for Indonesian Policy Studies · February 2022 | 🇬🇧 English
    The high price of cooking oil in Indonesia has been under the spotlight from the fourth quarter of 2021 up to the beginning of 2022. Between March and December 2021, Index BU RT1 recorded a 56% price ...
    Felippa Amanta, Nisrina Nafisah
    Policy brief | Center for Indonesian Policy Studies · February 2022 | 🇮🇩 Bahasa Indonesia
    Tingginya harga minyak goreng di Indonesia telah menjadi sorotan sejak kuartal keempat 2021 hingga awal kuartal pertama 2022. Indeks BU RT1 mencatat kenaikan harga minyak goreng sebesar 56% antara Mar...
    Krisna Gupta, Deasy Pane, Donny Passaribu
    Research paper | Center for Indonesian Policy Studies · January 2022 | 🇮🇩 Bahasa Indonesia
    Praktik perizinan perdagangan di Indonesia memiliki sejumlah permasalahan, antara lain proses yang panjang, kurangnya transparansi, dan buruknya kualitas data. Untuk menangani masalahmasalah ini, peme...
    Krisna Gupta, Deasy Pane, Donny Pasaribu
    Policy analysis | Center for Indonesian Policy Studies · January 2022 | 🇬🇧 English
    Indonesia’s trade licensing practice has a lot of problems, including, among others, lengthy process, lack of transparency, and poor data quality. To address these issues, the Indonesian government in...