Publications

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[EN] The Social City Programme : Wise Urban Development for the Future of Our Cities

A publication of the Division for Economics and Social Policy of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation / The authors: Frank Bielka, Ingke Brodersen, Lutz Freitag, Achim Grossmann, Bernd Hunger, Miuhammed Haşim Inam, Folkert Kiepe, Ulrich Pfeiffer, Franz-Georg Rips, Peter Rungel, Klaus Pegter Strohmeier. - Jakarta : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Indonesia Office, 2016. - 100 Pages = 4 MB, PDF-File. - (WISO-Diskurs). - ( Working Group Urban Development Construction and Housing)

Einheitssacht.: Das Programm Soziale Stadt.

Electronic ed.: Jakarta : FES, 2016.

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[ID]Kontribusi yang memadai untuk pendanaan pensiun berkelanjutan : pelajaran dari perdebatan dan praktik aktual di Jerman

By: Markus Sailer. - Jakarta : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Kantor Perwakilan Indonesia, 2016. - 16 Pages = 490 KB, PDF-File.

Einheitssacht.: Adequate contribution rates for sustainable pension funding .

Electronic ed.: Jakarta : FES, 2016.

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[EN] Adequate contribution rates for sustainable pension funding : lessons from the German debate and actual practice

By: Markus Sailer. - Jakarta : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Indonesia Office, 2016. - 16 Pages = 430 KB, PDF-File.

Electronic ed.: Jakarta : FES, 2016.

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[ID] Mengelak dari Jebakan Penghasilan Menengah di Indonesia: analisa resiko, pemecahan masalah dan karakteristik nasional

By Faisal Basri, Gatot Arya Putra.

 

Since the early 1990s, Indonesia has been a lower-middle income country which gained recognition internationally as an attractive emerging market for investment and trade.

However in recent years Indonesia´s economic performance remained below those of East Asia’s most dynamic neighboring economies. Hence economists are concerned that Indonesia will run the risk of a middle income trap.

It seems that economic inequality; structural deficits in the field of Infrastructure; Education as well as investment in advanced industrialization are some of the main reasons for the risk to be trapped.

 

ISBN 978-602-8866-17-0.

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[EN] Escaping the Middle Income Trap in Indonesia: an analysis of risks, remedies and national characteristics

By Faisal Basri, Gatot Arya Putra.

 

Since the early 1990s, Indonesia has been a lower-middle income country which gained recognition internationally as an attractive emerging market for investment and trade.

However in recent years Indonesia´s economic performance remained below those of East Asia’s most dynamic neighboring economies. Hence economists are concerned that Indonesia will run the risk of a middle income trap.

It seems that economic inequality; structural deficits in the field of Infrastructure; Education as well as investment in advanced industrialization are some of the main reasons for the risk to be trapped.

 

ISBN 978-602-8866-17-0.

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This Journal of Social Democracy is the quarterly International Edition in English language of one of Germany’s longest-running and most respected monthly journals devoted to politics and culture, Neue Gesellschaft/Frankfurter Hefte. The Friedrich Ebert Foundation has chosen a group of internationally renowned social scientists, journalists, and high-profile representatives of social democracy to contribute to this venture.

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