SMERU Research Institute

Think Tank in Jakarta, Indonesia

smeru.or.id

smeru@smeru.or.id

Jl. Cikini Raya No. 10A, Cikini, Menteng, Jakarta Pusat, DKI Jakarta 10330, Indonesia

SMERU Research Institute

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.

Fields of study: Public Policy, Social Policy, Trade & Economy, Economic Development, Urbanisation & Development

Conferences organised by SMERU Research Institute:

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  • Yudi Fajar M. Wahyu • Yudi Fajar M. Wahyu • Yudi Fajar M. Wahyu • Bambang Sulaksono • Bambang Sulaksono 4 more
    SMERU Research Institute • November 2016
    This report describes the result of the qualitative socioeconomic monitoring conducted by the smeru research institute toward the einrip road improvement in kabupaten sumbawa and kabupaten dompu in th...
  • Hastuti • Hastuti • Hastuti • Hastuti • Syaikhu Usman 27 more
    SMERU Research Institute • October 2016
    Research team smeru researchers hastuti, syaikhu usman, bambang sulaksono, r. justin sodo, asri yusrina, rahmitha, gracia hadiwidjaja, prio sambodho field researchers: basyri nasution, muhammad imam z...
  • Widjajanti Isdijoso • Widjajanti Isdijoso • Widjajanti Isdijoso • Widjajanti Isdijoso • Asep Suryahadi 7 more
    SMERU Research Institute • September 2016
    The development of targeting methods for government social programs has to date experienced favorable progress. however, since the issuance of law no. 52/2009, there has been a shift from household-ba...
  • Niken Kusumawardhani • Niken Kusumawardhani • Niken Kusumawardhani • Niken Kusumawardhani • Niken Kusumawardhani 35 more
    SMERU Research Institute • September 2016
    This research is a part of a four-year longitudinal study from 2014–2020 which aims to analyze the impact of the fixed fuel subsidy policy on the livelihood of poor women, particularly on the liveliho...
  • Sirojuddin Arif • Sirojuddin Arif • Herry Widjanarko • Herry Widjanarko
    SMERU Research Institute • September 2016
    No abstract available.
  • Rika Kumala Dewi • Ulfah Alifia • Nurmala Selly Saputri • Vita Febriany • Intani Nur Kusuma
    SMERU Research Institute • August 2016
    A significant number of children in Indonesia still suffer from multiple child malnutrition problems— stunting, underweight, and wasting. To overcome this issue, the Government of Indonesia has stipul...
  • Akhmadi Akhmadi • Akhmadi Akhmadi • Akhmadi Akhmadi • Akhmadi Akhmadi • Asri Yusrina 7 more
    SMERU Research Institute • June 2016
    Research team research coordinator: akhmadi researchers: asri yusrina, athia yumna data collection coaches and supervisors:smeru: athia yumna, asri yusrina, sulton mawardi, hastuti, eduwin pakpahan, p...
  • Akhmadi Akhmadi • Akhmadi Akhmadi • Hastuti • Hastuti • Armand Arief Sim 17 more
    SMERU Research Institute • June 2016
    The system of planning and budgeting in Indonesia is undergoing a change, from an input-based system to one based on output and outcome. information accountability in monitoring and evaluation is a mu...
  • Rahmitha Rahmitha • Rahmitha Rahmitha • Rahmitha Rahmitha • Rahmitha Rahmitha • Hastuti 27 more
    SMERU Research Institute • June 2016
    This study is part of a 2014-2020 longitudinal study series that aims to study the lives of poor women across five themes, namely access to social protection, employment, women migrant workers, matern...
  • Mohammad Zulfan Tadjoeddin • Mohammad Zulfan Tadjoeddin • Athia Yumna • Athia Yumna • Sarah E. Gultom 7 more
    SMERU Research Institute • April 2016
    Economic inequality in Indonesia has been on the rise and recently reached a record high level of 0.41 measured in the gini index of household consumption expenditure. not only economically, the issue...
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