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Daniel Suryadarma

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The SMERU Research Institute

Jabatan
  • Peneliti Utama

Daniel Suryadarma melakukan penelitian di bidang ilmu ekonomi terapan, terutama pada topik pendidikan, kemiskinan, dan kebijakan sosial. Penelitiannya sudah terbit di berbagai jurnal akademik, temasuk American Economic Journal: Applied Economics dan Journal of Development Economics. Hasil penelitiannya sudah digunakan oleh Sekretariat Wakil Presiden RI, Kementerian Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan, Kedutaan Besar Australia, dan Bank Dunia.

Saat ini, Daniel adalah wakil ketua tim dari Program RISE di Indonesia, program penelitian pendidikan yang dipimpin oleh The SMERU Research Institute. Daniel juga adalah peneliti utama di SMERU. Daniel merupakan asesor untuk Australian Research Council.


Publikasi Relevan
  • Financing Tertiary Education in Indonesia: Assessing the Feasibility of an Income-contingent Loan System. (with Elza Elmira) Higher Education, 79: 361-375, March 2020
  • Fertility and the Height of Children in Indonesia. (with Timothy J. Hatton, Robert Sparrow, and Pierre van der Eng) Economics and Human Biology, 28:67-78, February 2018.
  • The Impact of Forest Management Plans on Trees and Carbon: Modeling a Decade of Harvesting Data in Cameroon. (with Paolo Omar Cerutti, Robert Nasi, Eric Forni, Vincent Medjibe, Sebastien Delion, and Didier Bastin) Journal of Forest Economics, 27:1-9, April 2017.
  • The Consequences of Child Market Work on the Growth of Human Capital. (with Armand A. Sim and Asep Suryahadi) World Development, 91(3):144-155, March 2017.
  • Education in Indonesia. (co-edited with Gavin W. Jones) Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. May 2013.
Penghargaan / Hibah Relevan
  • Monitoring Learning during COVID-19 (with SMERU, AIGHD, Mathematica) Funded by FCDO, DFAT, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. 2020 - 2021. GBP52,000.
  • Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Indonesia (with SMERU, AIGHD, Mathematica) Funded by DFID, DFAT, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. 2017 - 2022. GBP3,928,649.
  • Heterogeneous Impact of Internet Availability on Female Labor Market Outcomes in an Emerging Economy: Evidence from Indonesia (with Niken Kusumawardhani, Nurmala Selly Saputri, and Rezanti Pramana) Funded by UNU-WIDER. 2019-2020. US$10,000.
  • Progress and Stagnation in the Livelihood of Informal Workers in an Emerging Economy: Long-term Evidence from Indonesia (with Mayang Rizky and Asep Suryahadi) Funded by UNU-WIDER. 2019-2020. US$10,000.

Rumpun Kepakaran

Ilmu Ekonomi

Kepakaran
  • Ekonomi Pembangunan

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