Inter CAFE

International Centre for Applied Finance and Economics

Foto Pak Syamsul

Lecturer and Researcher
Department of Economics
Faculty of Economics and Management

Executive Secretary InterCAFE
Bogor Agricultural University
Bogor 16680, Indonesia
E-mail: sh_pasaribu@ipb.ac.id syamsulhp@gmail.com
Phone: +62 812 1035 1580

Education  
PhD 2014: in Economics, Faculty of Economic Sciences, University of Göttingen, Germany.
Master 2003: in Economics and Development Studies, Faculty of Economics, Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia.
Undergraduate 2000: in Economics and Development Studies, Faculty of Economics, Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia. Working

Experiences
2006 – current : Senior Researcher at International Center for Applied Finance and Economics (InterCAFE), Bogor Agricultural University – Indonesia.
2004 – current : Lecturer at Department of Economics, Faculty of Economics and Management, Bogor Agricultural University – Indonesia.
2009 – 2014 : Research Assistant (Ph.D student) at Development Economics Group, Faculty of
Economic Sciences, University of Göttingen – Germany.
1998 – 2003 : Research assistant at Department of Economics, Gadjah Mada University – Indonesia

Teaching Courses

Undergraduate : Monetary Economics, Bank and Non-Bank Institution, Central Banking and Monetary Policy, Econometrics I, Econometrics II, General Economics, Microeconomic Theory I, Microeconomic Theory II, Macroeconomic Theory I, Macroeconomic Theory II, Labour Economics

Graduate : Intermediate Microeconomics, Intermediate Macroeconomics,
Development Economics

Research Projects
1. Determining Premium Rate for Indonesian Banking Restructurisation Program. Collaborative Research
Grant of Indonesi Deposit Insurance Corporation – InterCafe LPPM IPB, 2016 (Team Leader).
2. W3B-20 TAPP and Power Plant Project1MW CMBE BIOGASS POWER PLANT. MCAI Indonesia, 2016
(Member of Investigators, Data Analyst for Livelihood, Social Gender Integrated Plan).
3. Pattern of Agricultural Development in Indonesia 2003-2013: Analysis of Agricultural Cencus Data.
Research grant from Ministy of Research, Technology and Directoarte of Higher Education, 2015-2016.
(Member of Investigators, Data Management, Micro-econometric Analyst).
4. Analysis of Establishment Postal Saving In Indonesia, GIZ -BAPPENAS, 2014-2015 (Member of
Investigators, Econometric Analyst).
5. Effects of Fiscal Instruments to Industry Performance, Economy, and Employment, Economics
Department-IPB and Ministry of Finance, 2008-2009. (Member of Investigators, Data Management and
Macroeconomic Analyst).
6. Unemployment Persistence in Indonesia and Solutions Based on Microdata Anal ysis, InterCafe-IPB and
Bank Indonesia, 2007-2008 (Member of Investigators, Data Management, and Econometrician).
7. Study on Export Tarrifs of Crude Palm Oil and Cocoa and Import Tarrifs of Soyabean and Maize. 2008
Faculty of Economics and Management -IPB and Department of Agricultural, Indonesia. (Member of
Investigators and Macro-econometric analyst).
8. Manufacturing Industry in Indonesia: Performance, Economic Behaviour, and Prospect, 2007. Oxalis
Consultancy and Ministry of Industry. (Member of Investigators and Macro-econometric analyst).
9. Disintermediation of Banks: Problems and Solutions, 2007. InterCafe-IPB and Bank Indonesia. (Member
of Investigators and Data Management).
10. Survey on Property Industry, 2007. InterCafe-IPB and Bank Indonesia. (Member of Investigators, Data
Management and Econometric Analyst).
11. Survey on the Composition of Saving for Payment, 2007. InterCafe-IPB and Bank Indonesia. (Member of
Investigators and Data Management).
12. Indonesia Vision 2030: Banking, Capital Market and Non-Bank Financial Institutions, 2007. InterCafe-IPB
and Indonesian Forum. (Member of Investigators and Data Management).
13. Study on Perception, Preference and Behavior of Society and Service Firms on Non Cash Payment System,
2006. Faculty of Economics and Management and Bank Indonesia. (Member of Investigators and Data
Management).
14. Study on Targeted Group of “Rice for the Poor” Policy in 2006. Faculty of Economics and Management –
IPB and BULOG. (Member of Investigators and Data Management).
15. Study on Targeted Group of “Rice for the Poor” Policy in 2005. Faculty of Economics and Management –
IPB and BULOG. (Member of Investigators and Data Management).

Published Articles
1. Nuryartono, N, Tongato, A, Yusdiyanto, S, Pasaribu, S.H., Anggraaenie, T (2017). “Land Conversion and
Economic Development in Jawa Barat Province: Trade off or Synergy? IOP Conference Series Earth and
Environmental Science 54(1):012017, DOI: 10.1088/1755-13 15 /54 /1 /0 120 17
2. Nuryartono, N, Pasaribu, S.H., Panggabean, P.N.K., (2016). “Total Factor Producti vity Analysis of Oil Palm
Production in Indonesia,” International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues, Vol. 6(4), p. 1570 -1577.
3. Pasaribu, S.H. (2016), Persistence of Individual Unemployment in Indonesia: Dynamic Probit Analysis
from Panel SUSENAS 2008-2010. International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues, Vol. 6(3), p.
1239-1246.
4. Klasen, S., Krivobokova, T., Greb, F., Lohati, R., Pasaribu, S.H., Wiesenfarth, M. (2016), International Income
Poverty Measurement: Which way now? Journal of Economi c Inequality, Vol.14 (2), p. 199-225.
5. Achsani, N.A., Sarifuddin, F., Pasaribu, S.H. (2010), Non Cash Transaction and Demand for Currency in
Indonesia (In Bahasa). Jurnal Keuangan dan Perbankan Perbanas, Vol. 12, No.1.
6. Kasim, H., Pasaribu, S.H., Parmono (2008), The Analysis of Relationship Among Rice Markets in Indonesia
Based on Granger’s Causality (In Bahasa). Telaah Bisnis, Vol. 9.
7. Panjaitan, D.V., Pasaribu, S.H. (2008), Determining Intermediate Target on Inflation Targeting Policy in
Indonesia (In Bahasa). Jurnal Ekonomi dan Kebijakan Pembangunan, Vol. 1, No.1.
8. Pasaribu, S.H., Saleh, S. (2007), Long- and Short-Run Analyses of The Indonesia’s Aggregate Income (In
English), Jurnal Bisnis dan Manajemen, Vol. 2, No. 2.
9. Pasaribu, S.H. (2003), Saving-Investment Gap Analysis by Using Model’s Residuals: Case Study of ASEAN –
4 (In Bahasa), Journal of Indonesian Economy & Business, Vol. 18, No.1: 9 -20.
10. Pasaribu, S.H. (2002), The Volatility Processes in Indonesia’s Demand for N arrow Money (In English),
Jurnal Ekonomi dan Pembangunan, Vol. 7: 157-170.
11. Pasaribu, S.H. (2002), An Empirical Study of Volatility Process on The Estimation of Error Correction
Model (In English), Journal of Indonesian Economy & Business, Vol. 17, No.4: 4 20-427, 2002.
12. Pasaribu, S.H., Saleh, S. (2001), An Error Correction Approach on Simultaneous Equations: Case Study on
Income and Money Supply Equations in Indonesia (In Bahasa), Journal of Indonesian Economy & Business,
Vol. 16, No. 1: 18-29.
13. Pasaribu, S.H., Saleh, S. (2001), The Effects of Monetary Deregulation to the Liquidity of Indonesian
Economy (In Bahasa), Jurnal Ekonomi dan Pembangunan, Vol. 6, No. 1: 12 -22.
14. Pasaribu, S.H., Hasiholan, R.M. (2001), The Effect of Banking Regulation 1998 on Prudentia l Banking
Sector in Indonesia: Analysis on Capital Adequacy Ratio (CAR). (In Bahasa), Telaah Bisnis, Vol. 2, No. 2:
83-97.

Working Paper
1. Pasaribu, S.H., Nuryartono, N., Anggraenie, T., Nielson, J., (2015) Effects of Agricultural Land –
occupying Inequality on Rural Income Inequality: Evidence from Indonesia. Paper is accepted for
verbal presentation on International Conference of AARES 2016 in Canberra – Australia.
2. Nuryartono, N., Pasaribu, S.H., Anggraenie, T., Hutagaol, M.P., Nielson, J., (2015) Effects of Agricultural Land
Occupation on Farmers’ Food Security: Evidence from Indonesia. Paper is presented in InterCAFE -PGN
International Conference, November 24, 2015 in Bogor – Indonesia.
3. Nuryartono, N., Ummah, B.B., Pasaribu, S.H., Setianto, A., (2015), Total Factor Productivity (TFP) of Paddy
in 13 Provinces in Indonesia, Paper is presented in InterCAFE-PGN International Conference, November 24,
2015 in Bogor – Indonesia.
4. Pasaribu, S.H. (2014), The Hysteresis versus Persistence Hypotheses on Regional Unemployment Rates in
Indonesia, 1990-2012. Paper is presented on IRSA 2015 International Conference in Denpasar Bali –
Indonesia.
5. Pasaribu, S.H. (2014), Persistence of Individual Unemployment in Indonesia: Dynamic Probit Analysis from
Panel Susenas 2008-2010.
6. Pasaribu, S.H. (2014), Issues on Targeting and Designing the Amount of Grant for the Cash Transfer
Programs in Indonesia.
7. Greb, F., Klasen, S., Pasaribu, S.H., Wiesenfarth M., (2011), Dollar a day Re-revisited, Courant Research
Centre: Poverty, Equity and Growth – Discussion Papers No. 91.

Trainings
1. Workshop on Central Bank Policy Mix: Issues, Challenges, and Policies, November 21 -25, 2016 at Conrad
Hotel & Resort, Bank Indonesia – IMF, Nusa Dua – Bali, as participant.
2. Training of Trainers (TOT) for Central Bank Lecturer, March 30-31, 2016, Bank Indonesia, Nusa Dua –
Bali, as participant.
3. Training of Trainers (TOT) for Central Bank Lecturer, August 20-21, 2015, Bank Indonesia, Mataram –
West Nusa Tenggara, as participant.
4. Workshop on Monitoring and Evaluation of Poverty Alleviation Programs as participant in 2015.
5. Training on Computable General Equilibrium Model for Assessing Economic Policy , Department of
Economics-IPB, BAPPENAS, and Partnership Governance Reform, as trainer in 2008.
6. Training for Econometrics, InterCAFE and Bank Indonesia as a trainer in 2008.
7. Workshop on Equilibrium Displacement Modeling (EDM) as a participant in 2008.
8. Training for Advanced Econometrics and Applications, Department of Economics, Bogor Agricultural
University as a trainer in 2006.
9. Training for Computable General Equilibrium Model and Application, Department of Economics, Bogor
Agricultural University, as a trainee in 2006.
10. Training for Panel Data Modeling and Application, InterCAFE and Bank Indonesia as a trainer in 2006.
11. Training of Time Series Analysis, Faculty of Economics and Business, Gadjah Mada University, as a
trainer in 2004.
Presentations
1. InterCAFE-PGN International Conference, November 24, 2015, IPB International Convention Center,
Bogor – Indonesia. Presenting: Effects of Agricultural Land Occupation on Farmers’ Food Security:
Evidence from Indonesia.
2. Seminar of Sydney Southeast Asia Center, October 22, 2015, The University of Sydney, Sydney -Australia.
Presenting: Effects of Agricultural Land-occupying Inequality on Rural Income Inequality: Evidence from
Indonesia.
3. International Conference, The 5th IRSA Institute, 3-4 August, 2015, Sanur Paradise Plaza Hotel & Suites,
Bali – Indonesia. Presenting: The Hysteresis versus Persistence Hypotheses on Regional Unemployment
Rates in Indonesia, 1990-2012.
4. Poverty Alleviation – Academic Conference 2013, 12–13 June 2013, Grand Indonesia Kempinski, Jakarta-
Indonesia. Presenting: Calculating the Amount of Cash Transfer to the Poor and its Determinants: the Case
of Indonesia.
5. PhD Conference on International Development, Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany, 18-19 September
2012.
6. National Seminar and Symposium in Finance organized by Faculty of Economics and Business, Gadjah
Mada University in 2003.

Computer Statistics and Econometrics
1. E-Views
2. STATA
3. SPSS

Languages
1. Local Languages: Batak, Indonesia, Java.
2. Foreign Language: English.

References
Prof. Stephan Klasen, Ph.D. Professor of Economics University of Göttingen
Platz der Göttinger Sieben 3 37073 Göttingen Germany
Tel. +49551397303
Fax: +49551397302
email: sklasen@uni-goettingen.d e

Prof. Dr. Samsubar Saleh Professor of Economics Gadjah Mada University
Fakultas Ekonomika dan Bisnis Universitas Gadjah Mada
Jln. Sosio Humaniora No.01 Bulaksumur. Yogyakarta 55281, Indonesia
Tel. +62274548510 ext. 194 /

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