Since its establishment in 2001, SMERU has been a leader in poverty and inequality research in Indonesia. SMERU conducts qualitative, quantitative, and mixed-method studies on various socioeconomic issues affecting Indonesia’s poorest and most vulnerable people. SMERU is also at the forefront of the research effort to highlight the impact of development programs and policies, and they actively publish and report their research findings. SMERU’s work focuses on areas of socioeconomic research that are of fundamental importance to contemporary development issues.
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This paper is based on a qualitative survey of three expert respondents in every kecamatan (sub-district) in Indonesia, designed to obtain a quick indication of overall impacts of the Indonesian crisi...