The Center for Indonesian Policy Studies (CIPS) is dedicated to providing policy analysis and practical policy recommendations to decision-makers within Indonesia’s legislative and executive branches of government.
As a strictly non-partisan and non-profit think tank, CIPS promotes social and economic reforms that are based on the belief that only civil, political, and economic freedom allow Indonesia to prosper. We are being financially supported by donors and philanthropists who appreciate the independence of our analysis.
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Perdagangan & Ekonomi,
Ketenagakerjaan, Migrasi & Pekerjaan
Konsumi minuman beralkohol (minol) di Indonesia tergolong relatif rendah, yaitu di angka 0,8 liter per kapita per tahunnya, baik yang legal maupun yang ilegal. Angka tersebut hanya seperenam dari kons...
The consumption of alcoholic beverages in Indonesia is relatively low at 0.8 litres per capita a year, including both recorded and unrecorded alcohol. This is merely one-sixth of the average consumpti...
Nilai total transaksi (Gross Merchandise Value - GMV) ekonomi digital Indonesia telah tumbuhl ebih dari 40% setiap tahunnya sejak 2015 dan diprediksi akan mencapai US$ 130 miliar pada tahun 2025. Hal ...
The Gross Merchandise Value of the Indonesian digital economy has been growing at an annual rate of over 40% since 2015 and is predicted to reach USD 130 billion by 2025. This makes...