Economic dimensions of COVID-19 in Indonesia: responding to the crisis

Presented by ANU College of Asia & the Pacific

Since December 2019 the coronavirus has swept through all regions of the world. COVID-19 has wreaked havoc everywhere and shows no signs of entirely abating. This conference focuses on the economic dimensions of COVID-19 in Indonesia. It considers both macro- and micro-economic effects and short- and long-term impacts. It constitutes the first comprehensive analysis of Indonesia’s response to the crisis from an economic perspective.

This conference is held over four days online from 7-10 September 2020.

Monday, 7 September. 1-3.30 pm AEST (10-12.30 WIB)
Not your usual Indonesia Update Conference: an overview.

Tuesday 8 September. 1-3pm AEST (10-12 WIB)
Money and finance: double whammy

Wednesday 9 September. 1-3pm AEST (10-12 WIB)
Trade, labour and poverty: sharing the pain

Thursday, 10 September. 1-3pm AEST (10-12 WIB)
Health, human capital and gender: trouble behind, trouble ahead

CONVENORS

Blane Lewis (The Australian National University)
Firman Witoelar Kartaadipoetra (The Australian National University)