2020 Editors' 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 2020 Editors’ Choice Collection gives a glimpse into why BIES has a longstanding reputation for publishing high-quality research.
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.
|Risks, Resilience, and Reforms: Indonesia’s Financial System in 2019||Adam Triggs, Febrio Kacaribu & Jiao Wang||55||1||2019|
|Early Experience and Later Outcomes of Education: Schooling Transition Evidence from Indonesia||Teguh Yudo Wicaksono & Firman Witoelar||55||1||2019|
|Female Labour Force Participation in Indonesia: Why Has it Stalled?||Lisa Cameron, Diana Contreras Suarez & William Rowell||55||2||2019|
|An Overview of the Proximate Determinants of Economic Growth in Indonesia Since 1960||Aldino Musyawwiri & Murat Üngör||55||2||2019|
|Indonesia’s Democratic Paradox: Competitive Elections amidst Rising Illiberalism||Edward Aspinall & Marcus Mietzner||55||3||2019|
|Designing Anti-Poverty Programs in Emerging Economies in the 21st Century: Lessons from Indonesia for the World||Benjamin A. Olken||55||3||2019|