Ranking researchers

Did Indonesia’s implementation of a scientific ranking system, lead to a sharp increase in researcher publication output and improved scientific capacity.

Indonesia’s international education potential

Growing there requires three essentials by EUGENE SEBASTIAN and HELEN BROWN  In just a few months the vulnerabilities of the nation’s multi-billion-dollar education sector have been laid bare and forced providers to consider their international strategy. Education is Australia’s largest services export, valued at $35.2 billion, with many programmes centered around bringing students onshore. Student…

Student experience is core to an offshore strategy

New, less risky forms of doing transnational education, such as via dual degrees, need to ensure they don’t lose a focus on the student experience. As competition increases, the student experience is becoming increasingly important to decisions on where to study.

Indonesia’s innovation challenge

By Siwage Dharma Negara The 2014 Global Innovation Index (GII) ranks Indonesia 87th out of 143 countries in terms of innovation capability. In this aspect, Indonesia still lags behind several of its ASEAN neighbors, such as Singapore (7), Malaysia (33), Thailand (48), and Vietnam (71). Indonesia’s ranking is only better than Brunei Darussalam (88), the Philippines…

Editorial: Indonesia Needs to Invest in Research

By Jakarta Globe on 12:48 pm October 25, 2013. As Indonesia’s economy matures and moves higher up the value chain, it will no longer be able to rely on its rich natural resources and robust domestic consumption. If the country wants to realize its ambition of being a top 10 global economy by 2050, it will have…