2019 Editor's Choice Collection
Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies
Each year, Routledge and the editors of the Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies (BIES)—the leading academic journal on Indonesia’s economy and society—offer readers free online access to six outstanding articles from recent issues.
The 2019 Editors’ Choice Collection gives a glimpse into why BIES has a longstanding reputation for publishing high-quality research. Notably, it features a topical and detailed political analysis by Tom Power on Jokowi’s authoritarian turn and Indonesia’s democratic decline, as well as an in-depth article identifying strategies to improve tax compliance, by Arifin Rosid, Chris Evans, and Binh Tran-Nam. Other articles in the collection examine the determinants of premarital sex and its effect on the age of first marriage; investigate asking-price formation across the Indonesian archipelago, including previously unstudied regional property markets; explore the nexus between sustainability and economic growth, using an inclusive wealth framework covering resources and biodiversity; and assess value chain connectivity using the conceptual framework of ‘unbundling’.
BIES is the academic journal of the Indonesia Project at The Australian National University, in Canberra. Published continuously since 1965, it aims to address not only economic analysis and policy but also the intersection between economics, development and area studies. In doing so, it plays an important role in helping the world—including Indonesians themselves—to better understand Indonesia.
|Tax Non-Compliance and Perceptions of Corruption: Policy Implications for Developing Countries||Arifin Rosid, Chris Evans & Binh Tran-Nam||54||1||2018|
|Property-Price Determinants in Indonesia||Matthew Gnagey & Ryan Tans||54||1||2018|
|Value Chain Connectivity in Indonesia: The Evolution of Unbundlings||Fukunari Kimura & Lurong Chen||54||2||2018|
|Premarital Sex Initiation and the Time Interval to First Marriage Among Indonesians||Sarni Maniar Berliana, Efri Diah Utami, Ferry Efendi & Anna Kurniati||54||2||2018|
|Jokowi’s Authoritarian Turn and Indonesia’s Democratic Decline||Thomas P. Power||54||3||2018|
|Economic Growth and Sustainable Development in Indonesia: An Assessment||Robi Kurniawan & Shunsuke Managi||54||3||2018|