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seaweed industry

Latest evidence on seaweed industry presented to South Sulawesi

The most recent policy forum between the Australia-Indonesia Centre and government and industry leaders in South Sulawesi has taken a close look at the latest research as they consider ways to sustainably boost the industry.

How did Indonesian companies fare in implementing COVID-19 health protocols?

When COVID-19 cases were first found in Indonesia, regional leaders such as Jakarta’s governor set up social distancing and work-from-home policies, closed Read more

PAIR Annual Report 2020-2021

From the PAIR Program Director: I am delighted to present the second annual report of the Partnership for Australia-Indonesia Research (PAIR). This report reflects PAIR’s impact over this past year. It covers what we do while measuring our progress towards our goal and end-of-program outcomes.

Implementation within selected industries of Indonesia’s COVID-19 prevention and control guidelines for workplaces

The Indonesian government in 2020 established the COVID-19 taskforce as a response to the global pandemic.   The taskforce, in turn, helped Read more

Jakartans trust the government more compared with people in South Sulawesi, and that influenced COVID-19 prevention compliance

Just like many countries, the Indonesian government imposed control measures to reduce the spread of the coronavirus.

Bosses listened to their workers about how e-commerce should work during the pandemic. That should continue.

The pandemic has been different from other financial crises, such as the 2008 global financial crisis and the 2001 tech bubble.

The impacts of personal knowledge and risk perception on the effectiveness of behavioural change interventions for COVID-19 in Jakarta and South Sulawesi

To cope with the impacts of COVID-19, Indonesians have been asked to adopt measures that were disruptive to daily life and, for Read more

Maros landscape

Indonesian local government policymakers to receive regular updates on Australia-Indonesia Centre research

The youth from the Indonesian district of Maros are making a move not unfamiliar in developing economies; away from traditional farming roles to seek work in nearby cities.