"SILABUS PEREKONOMIAN INDONESIA (EKO 430)"
COURSE SYLLABUS INDONESIAN ECONOMY (EKO 430 A) FACULTY OF ECONOMICS - UAJY SEMESTER GASAL 2010/2011 INSTRUCTOR Aloysius Gunadi Brata (E-mail: email@example.com) COURSE DESCRIPTION In this course we will discuss some of (recent) important issues of the Indonesian economy that also influence the business activities in Indonesia. COURSE OUTLINE (14 WEEKS) WEEK TOPIC FILE 1 Introduction 2 Jeroen Touwen, 2003, “The Economic History of Indonesia” touwen.indonesia.pdf 3 Aris Ananta & Yohanes Eko Riyanto, 2006, “Riding A Long 23.1ananta.pdf A Bumpy Road: Indonesia Economy in an Emerging Democratic Era”, ASEAN Economic Bulletin 23(1): 1-10. 4 Ari Kuncoro, 2006, “Corruption and Business Uncertainty in 23.1kuncoro.pdf Indonesia”, ASEAN Economic Bulletin 23(1): 11-30 5 ADB-ILO-IDB, 2010, Indonesia Critical Development indonesia-critical- Constraints, ADB, Mandaluyong City, Chapter 2: development- “Development Performance”, 6-21 constraints.pdf 6 Miranda Gultom, 2007, Essays in Macroeconomic Policy: UAJY Library The Indonesian Experience, PT Gramedia Pustaka Utama, Jakarta, Chapter 2: “Globalisation, Macroeconomic Management and Impact on Business in Indonesia”, (13-32). 7 Miranda Gultom, 2007, Essays in Macroeconomic Policy: UAJY Library The Indonesian Experience, PT Gramedia Pustaka Utama, Jakarta, Chapter 6: “Monetary and Fiscal Policy Sinergy in Indonesia”, (106-123). 8 Fredrik Sjoholm & Sadayuki Taki, 2008, “Foreign Networks j.1746- and Exports: Results from Indonesian Panel Data”, the 1049.2008.00072.x.pdf Developing Economies XLVI-4 (December 2008): 428-46. 9 Hitoshi Yonekura, 2005, “Institutional Reform in the 05_01_06.pdf Indonesia’s Food Security Sector: the Transformation of Bulog into a Public Corporation”, the Developing Economies XLIII-1 (March 2005): 121-48. 10 Gato Kato, 2005, “Forestry Sector Reform and Distributional 05_01_07.pdf Change of Natural Resource Rent in Indonesia”, the Developing Economies XLIII-1 (March 2005): 149-70. 11 Kazuhiza Matsui, 2005, “Post-Decentralization Regional 05_01_08.pdf Economies and Actors: Putting the Capacity of Local Governments to the Test”, the Developing Economies XLIII- 1 (March 2005): 171-89. 12 Miki Hamada, 2010, “Commercialization of Microfinance in j.1746- 1 Indonesia: the Shortage of Funds and the Linkage Program”, 1049.2010.00102.x.pdf the Developing Economies 48, no. 1 (March 2010): 156-76. 13 Aloysius G. Brata, 2010, “Regional Development for a IRSA_2010_RegStud.pdf Disastrous Country”, 10th IRSA Int’l Conference, 28-29 July 2010. 14 Miranda Gultom, 2007, Essays in Macroeconomic Policy: UAJY Library The Indonesian Experience, PT Gramedia Pustaka Utama, Jakarta, Chapter 27: “Demographic Transition and Economic Growth Potential: the Case of Indonesia (pp. 568-594). DATA SOURCES http://data.worldbank.org/ http://www.adb.org/Documents/Books/Key_Indicators/2009/Country.asp (click “Indonesia”) http://www.bps.go.id http://www.bi.go.id LEARNING METHOD This course used student centered learning method. It requires active participation of all class members. Students have to read course material and submit a short summary of each topic (maximum 3 pages, A4, single line spacing) and to be prepared for class discussion. Class will be formed into 13 groups. Each group will responsible to present a selected topic to the class. Prepare your power point for 30-45 minutes presentation that will be followed by an open discussion. I expect other students can actively involve during the discussion (maximum 1 hour). There will be 10-15 minutes quizzes at the end of each discussion as a review of each topic. Attending class regularly and on-time is important for your success in this course. Your activities in class will determine your final grade. GRADING SYSTEM Short summaries, week 2-14 (individual) : 15% Classroom participation (individual) : 20% Presentation, week 2-14 (group) : 15% Quizzes, week 2-14 (individual) : 20% Final exam (individual)* : 30% TOTAL : 100% *Type of final exam will be determined later. *alo180810* 2