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Dr Risti Permani
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As of 2 January 2013, I took up a position as Research Fellow at Global Food Studies at Faculty of Professions. Prior to that, I completed my postdoctoral fellowship in economics at School of Economics here at University of Adelaide in December 2012.
Since 2009, I have been lecturing East Asian Economies II offered to postgraduate and undergraduate students.
Doctor of Philosophy in Economics (University of Adelaide): 2006-2009 (Conferred in 2010)
Master of Economics (University of Adelaide): 2004-2005
Bachelor of Science in Statistics (Bogor Agricultural University): 2000-2004
Since 2009, I have been lecturing East Asian Economies II.
I am currently a program coordinator for Master of Global Food and Agricultural Business research project.
Between 2006-2009, I was a teaching assistant for various subjects including Business Data Analysis I; International Finance III; East Asian Economies II; International Trade and Investment Policy II; and Money, Banking and Financial Market III.
My recent work mostly covers various issues in Indonesian agricultural sectors including trade policy, food security policy, farmers' welfare and self-sufficiency issues. I am also doing research on agricultural policies in other developing countries such as Thailand and Bangladesh.
I am also involved in the GoLive Indonesia Project.
Refereed journal articles:
Permani, Risti. 2013. "Optimal Export Tax Rates of Cocoa Beans: A VECM Approach". Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics. 57 (4). p.579-600.
Permani, Risti. 2013. "Determinants of Relative Demand for Imported Beef and a Review of Livestock Self-Sufficiency in Indonesia". Journal of Southeast Asian Economies (formerly, ASEAN Economic Bulletin). 30 (3). p.294-308.
Permani, Risti. 2011. "The Impacts of Trade Liberalisation and Technological Change on GDP Growth in Indonesia: A Meta Regression Analysis”. Global Economy Journal. 11(4). Article 7.
Permani, Risti. 2011. "The Presence of Religious Institutions, Religious Attendance and Earnings”. Journal of Socio-Economics. 40 (3). p.247-258.
Permani, Risti. 2009. "The Role of Education in Economic Growth in East Asia: A Survey". Asian-Pacific Economic Literature. 23(1). p.1-20. *lead article
Permani, Risti. 2011.“Education Challenges in Indonesia with Special Reference to Islamic Schooling”, in C. Manning and S. Sumarto (eds.), Employment, Living Standards, and Poverty in Contemporary Indonesia. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.
Permani, Risti. 2011. "Moving Beyond the Blame Game: the Ban on Australian Live Cattle Exports to Indonesia, Lessons to be Learnt". IPGRC Policy Briefs. Issue 5 June 2011. (available online at here)
Some of my working papers can be downloaded from IDEAS
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