Tag: Indonesia

2. Feb 2009

The decentralisation process in Indonesia and its impact on the agricultural sector / by Tobias Axelsson

agriculture, Indonesia, InFocus

The thesis “Peasants and policymakers : agricultural transformation in Java under Suharto” shows that Indonesia commenced a transformation process but did not see it through, resulting in an economy more investment-driven than agriculturally-led. Inspired by the East Asian model, the thesis focuses on three core areas within the agricultural transformation process. Firstly, yields and labour productivity whereby it is shown that the principal source of productivity growth was through land augmenting policies.

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16. Jan 2009

University class turned peace process. Senior Reseacher Timo Kivimäki, NIAS

Indonesia, InFocus

Indonesia’s West Kalimantan province has suffered from communal conflict and at the turn of the millennium the Indonesian province became infamous for two massive cannibalistic riots. While the massive violence has not continued there have been smaller violent incidents with several people killed every year.

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