In this seminar, Putu Geniki Lavinia Natih will present her chapter contribution to that Paper. She will discuss her findings that, among others, despite significant consumption-based poverty reduction in Indonesia, other indicators of deprivations, especially assets ownerships and access to housing and sanitation, remain problematic. In addition, broadening the set of government’s targets in reducing deprivations is required to match the desired profile of Indonesia as an aspiring high-income country.
Putu Natih is a lecturer at the Department of Economics, Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Indonesia. She is also a remote researcher at the Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative (OPHI), the University of Oxford. Before FEB UI, Putu was a researcher at OPHI, working on multidimensional poverty across different countries using large scale survey data, research assistant at the Blavatnik School working on digital inequality and was a statistics tutor at St John’s and Keble Colleges, Oxford. Putu was a Jardine-Oxford Scholar at Trinity College Oxford University, where she completed her DPhil and MPhil. Her research interests include multidimensional poverty, inequality, statistics and measurement.
Rizal Shidiq is a lecturer at the Leiden University Institute for Area Studies. He is an economist by training with primary fields in development economics and monetary theory, and secondary field public choice. His current research topics are on political connections in developing countries, religious intolerance, and democratic vulnerabilities. He has extensive knowledge on Indonesian economy and politics.
This seminar is a hybrid event and will be held in the conference room of KITLV (room 1.68) and online via Zoom, on Friday 17 November, from 14.00 – 15.30 PM (CET).
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This seminar is organized by the Leiden University Institute for Area Studies (LIAS) and KITLV.