Indonesia is the world’s largest seaweed producer but why are prices so volatile?

Over a million coastal people in Indonesia rely on income from seaweed farming, contributing to the country’s rapidly expanding seaweed industry. Demand Read more

Pandemic is an opportunity to upskill Indonesia’s informal tourism workers

Skills and particularly digital ones have been highlighted as significant in helping the Indonesian tourism sector return to prosperity following the pandemic.

Digital business transformation: Building COVID-19 resilience in Indonesian SMEs

Indonesia’s daily economic life is underpinned by millions of small and medium enterprises that are found in the laneways, roadsides and retail Read more

Health or economy: Determining Indonesian government policy in a pandemic environment

Getting pandemic policy settings correct is crucial. Zero restrictions means a high cost in lives, while strict lockdowns risk ruin for those Read more

Indonesian tourism and the need for skilled workers

Bali and Yogyakarta need skilled workers to keep their tourism economies operating, however, those same workers have been forced to seek alternative Read more

Indonesian artists confront pandemic

The experience of COVID-19 is markedly different for creative economy artists, depending upon resources and ability to operate in a digital environment. Read more

Health workers in the firing line as pandemic rages

Saving lives from COVID-19 has come at a high cost for medical and health workers in Indonesia, with infections and fatalities commonplace. Read more

Driving a data response to pandemic in Yogyakarta

Studies from the first stages of the pandemic offer insights regarding health data connectivity. Increased health service digitalisation is likely to be Read more