The Center for Indonesian Policy Studies (CIPS) is an independent, non-profit and non-partisan think tank that advocates for practical policy reforms informed by evidence-based policy research and analysis. Our policy perspectives are based on the belief that only civil, political and economic freedom allows Indonesians to achieve greater prosperity.
CIPS advocates policy recommendations to decision-makers within Indonesia’s legislative and executive branches of government. We are being financially supported by donors and philanthropists who appreciate the independence of our analysis.
Our ... see moreVision: A free and prosperous Indonesia.
Our Mission: Research, recommend and advocate for public policies that empower Indonesians to lead prosperous and peaceful lives.
Fields of study:
Trade & Economy,
Labour, Migration & Employment
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its most important food commodity: rice. The Indonesian government, through numerous
instruments, has been...