Indonesia in a Reforming World Economy
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Indonesia in a Reforming World Economy:
Effects on Agriculture, Trade and the Environment
edited by Kym Anderson, Randy Stringer, Erwidodo and Tubagus Feridhanusetyawan
$33.00 | 2009 | Paperback | 978-0-9806238-1-9 | 266 pp
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Kym Anderson, Randy Stringer, Erwidodo and Tubagus Feridhanusetyawan
Randy Stringer, Erwidodo, Tubagus Feridhanusetyawan and Kym Anderson
2. Effects of growth, its interruption, and the Uruguay Round on Indonesian agriculture
Anna Strutt and Kym Anderson
3. Effects of AFTA and APEC trade policy reforms on Indonesian agriculture
Tubagus Feridhanusetyawan, Mari Pangetsu and Erwidodo
4. Trade liberalisation and soil degradation in Indonesia
5. Will the Uruguay Round and APEC reforms harm air and water quality in Indonesia?
Anna Strutt and Kym Anderson
6. Impacts of agricultural protection growth at home and the WTO's Doha Round on Indonesian agriculture
Kym Anderson, Erwidodo, Tubagus Feridhanusetyawan and Anna Strutt
7. Effects of agricultural policy reform on household and regional income distribution in Indonesia
Peter Warr and Prem Thapa
8. Effects of farm policy reform on Indonesia's secondary food crops
Sjaiful Bahri, Reni Kustiari and Glyn Wittwer
9. Effects of agricultural policy reform in Indonesia on its food security and environment
Erwidodo, Glyn Wittwer and Randy Stringer
10. Impacts of trade policy reform on income distribution and poverty in Indonesia
APPENDIX 1 - The WAYANG Model of the Indonesian economy
APPENDIX 2 - The GTAP Model and database
In the mid-1990s a joint research project was established between CASER (Bogor), CIES (Adelaide), CSIS (Jakarta) and RSPAS (at ANU, Canberra) to examine interactions between agriculture, trade and the environment in Indonesia.
Funded by the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR Project No. 9449), the specific objective of the project was to assess the production, consumption, trade, income distributional, regional, environmental, and welfare effects in Indonesia of structural and policy changes at home and abroad. Particular attention was to be paid to those structural and policy changes that could affect Indonesia’s agricultural sector over the next 5 to 10 years.
The implications of national and global economic growth, of regional and multilateral trade liberalisation initiatives, and of Indonesia’s ongoing unilateral policy reforms were the initial focus of the study. However, with the onslaught of the financial crisis that began in the latter part of 1997, the project leaders added that issue to the research agenda.
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