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The Indonesian Development Experience

20 September, 2011

Buku ini diluncurkan pada tanggal 23 September 2011, hari ulang tahun Pak Widjojo Nitisastro yang ke 84. Peluncuran buku dilakukan di Auditorium Soeria Atmadja FEUI, Depok, sebagai bentuk kerja sama antara Lembaga Demografi, Fakultas Ekonomi UI, dan Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS), Singapura. Beberapa pembicara dari berbagai generasi dihadirkan, yaitu Prof Arsjad Anwar, Dr. Thee Kian Wie, Prof Kartomo Wirusuhardjo, Dr. Nisasapti Triaswati, and Dr. Aris Ananta.

Dekan FEUI, Dr. Firmansyah, dalam sambutannya seperti diberitakan KOMPAS menyampaikan bahwa pak “Widjojo merupakan inspirasi bagi kalangan ekonom Indonesia. Semangatnya untuk terus membangun ekonomi Indonesia tak pernah lekang oleh waktu, dan terus menularkannya kepada generasi muda untuk menuntaskan pekerjaan itu.”

This book is a rich selection of speeches and writings of Professor Widjojo Nitisastro of the University of Indonesia, who has radically changed the command economy under Soekarno into development planning using economic analysis under Soeharto. He is one of the most respected and influential economists of the twentieth century. He is also the first Indonesian demographer. This background has contributed to his wide focus on development issues such as poverty, food security, education, health, and family planning. This book provides invaluable insight for all who are interested in Indonesia’s economic development. It is divided into six parts: Indonesia’s Development Plan; Implementation of Indonesian Development; Facing Economic Crises; Foreign Debt Management; Equity and Development; and Indonesia and the World.

 

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