Inter CAFE

International Centre for Applied Finance and Economics

Nunung 1

Personal Data

Name

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Dr. Ir. Nunung Nuryartono, M.Si
Place of birth

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Semarang, Central Java Province, Indonesia
Date of birth

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September 9th, 1969
Nationality

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Indonesian
Sex

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Male
Status

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Married (4 childrens)
Current office mailing address

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Department of Economics. Faculty of Economics and Management. Bogor Agrocultural University. Tel +62 251-8377896, +62 251-8348903,+62 21-70162023Fax +62-251 8626602 E-mail: nuryartono@yahoo.com or nuryartono@ipb.ac.id
Home Address

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Komplek Alam Sinar Sari Jln. Anggrek I Blok C No.30 Cibeureum, Dramaga-Bogor
Occupation

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Teaching Staff and Researcher at the Economics Department, Faculty of Economics and Management, Bogor Agricultural University (IPB), Indonesia. (1994-now) Director of International Centre for Applied Finance and Economics (InterCAFE). Bogor Agricultural University. (2013-Now) Head of Economics Post Graduate Program. Faculty of Economics and Management. Bogor Agricultural University (2010-Now)

 

Education

Degree

University

Year

Field

Bachelor (Ir) Bogor Agricultural University (IPB) Indonesia

1992

Agricultural Economics
Master (MSi) Bogor Agricultural University (IPB) Indonesia

1997

Agricultural Economics
Ph.D Georg-August University of Goettingen, Germany

2005

Rural Development (Emphasize on Microfinance and Economic Development)

 

Professional Organization

 1. Agricultural Economics Student Association, Bogor Agricultural University (Chairman 1990-1991)
 2. Indonesia Agricultural Economics Student Association (Chairman 1991 – 1992).
 3. Institute for Science and Technology Studies Chapter Europe (Coordinator for Research and Development Division)
 4. Indonesia Student Association in Goettingen-Germany (President 2004-2005)
 5. International Association of Agricultural Economists-IAAE (member)
 6. International Association Studies on Common Property – IASCP (member)
 7. Association of Indonesian Economists – ISEI Bogor (Secretary, since 2006-2009)
 8. Indonesia Agricultural Economics Organization (Perhepi, Vice General Secretary 2007-2010).

 

Awards

 1. Undergraduate student best performance (Mahasiswa Berprestasi) at the Faculty of Agriculture, Bogor Agricultural University. 1990
 2. Undergraduate student  best performance (Mahasiswa Berprestasi) at the Faculty of Agriculture, Bogor Agricultural University. 1991
 3. Master Thesis research grant, supported by SEAMEO Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEAMEO SEARCA), Philippines. 1996.
 4. DAAD scholarship holder for Ph.D student at the Georg August University of Goettingen, since 2002-2005
 5. Competitive research grant from National Education Department 2009 on research title Developing of Microfinance Institution in Indonesia: A New Mechanism to Tackle Poverty and Unemployment. 2009

Awards

 6. Visiting Researcher at IFPRI (International Food Policy Research Institute). Washington.DC. 2009. Funded by IFPRI
 7. Post Doctoral Fellow in Departement of Economics. Georg August University of Goettingen  awarded by DAAD 2010 .
 8. Semi-Finalist Global Development Network: Award for Outstanding Research Development. 2010.
 9. Best Lecture 2011. Faculty of Economics and Management. Bogor Agricultural University.
 10 Indonesia Productivity expert 2011 awarded by Asian Productivity organization
 11 Visiting Associate School of Economics. University of Adelaide. Australia

 

Administrative Experiences

 1. Student affairs commission for undergraduate at the Department of Social-Economics Sciences, Faculty of Agriculture, 1995-1996
 2. Secretary of Education Commission at the Department of Social-Economics Sciences, Faculty of Agriculture, 1997-1998
 3. Chairman Board of Education Administration at the Faculty of Agriculture. 1998-2000.
 4. Researcher at the Institute of Rural Development 2002-2005. Georg August University of Goettingen
 5. Task Force Tsunami organized by Indonesia Student Association in Goettingen-Germany. 2004 (Coordinator).
 6. Task force Tsunami coordinated by Georg August University of Goettingen 2004-2005 (member)
 7. Vice Head of Economics Department. Faculty of Economics and Management. Bogor Agricultural University. 2005-2009
 8. Senate member of Faculty Economics and Management. 2005 – now (member).
 9. Secretary of Development Commision in Senate of Faculty Economics and Management. 2005 – now.
 10. Research Fellow at STORMA funded by German Research Council. 2001-2010
 11. International Center for Applied Finance and Economics, Bogor Agricultural University (Senior Researcher, since 2005): Deputy Director 2009-now
 12. Task force Faculty of Economics and Management- IPB (strategic and development planning). 2007 – now (member)
 13. Task force on Poverty Reduction Program. Bogor Agricultural University. 2009-now
 14. The Wage Board (Dewan Pengupahan) – Vice Head-. Bogor District. 2008-2011
 15. Head of Economics Post Graduate Program. Faculty of Economics and Management. Bogor Agricultural University. 2010-now
 16. Research Fellow Center for Collaborative Research 990. IPB-Unja-Untad- Goettingen University. Funded by German Research Council. 2011-now

 

Research Experiences (last 5 years)

Year

Title

Organization

2013

PFS Natural Resource Management NREL-IPB-MCAI (IPB team leader)

2013

Studi Kelayakan Pembangunan Pusat Perantoran Kabupaten Mahakam Ulu, Propinsi Kalimantan Timur Kabupaten Mahakam Ulu-IPB (team leader)

2012-2013

Financial Inclusion (PNPM) InterCAFE-Bappenas (team leader)

2012-2013

Micro Insurance in Indonesia SEADI USAID (team leader)

2012

Evaluasi Kredit Program Subsidi Bunga IPB-KemenKeu (team leader)

2011

Mortgage Guarantee Sarana MultiGriya Finance-InterCAFE

2011

Analisis Pengembangan Bisnis PT GoodYear PT GoodYear-InterCAFE

2011

Analysis of Government Subsidy in Agricultural Sector (Rice, Fertilizer) Bappenas

2011

Comparative Study on Regulation and Supervision of Non-Bank Financial Industry Mazard-InterCAFESEADI USAID

2010

Poverty, Equity and Growth in Indonesia: Empirical Analysis and Policy Issue. Principal Investigator. International Research Grant. Ministry of National Education

2009-2010

Development of Microfinance Institution in Indonesia. Team Leader. Competitive Research Grant. Ministry of National Education

2009

Effect of Bio-fuel on Agricultural Development, Food Security, Poverty and the Environment in Indonesia. Team Mermber Funded by IFAD and Collaboration InterCAFE and UNILA

2009

Cost Effectiveness Analysis on HPAI Control Measure. A Collaborative Research Project Funded by DFID Implemented by ILRI Collaborated with InterCAFE.

2009

The Pro-Poor HPAI Risk Reduction Strategies for Quantitative Analysis Team Leader Funded DFID Implemented by IFPRI

2009

Cost-Benefit Analysis of HPAI control in Indonesia A Collaborative Research Project Funded by DFID Implemented by ILRI Collaborated with InterCAFE.

2009

Mapping of Microfinance Industry in Indonesia Team Leader. Research Collaboration Between InterCAFE and IFC (International Finance Corporation)

2009

The Pro-Poor HPAI Risk Reduction Strategies for Qualitative Analysis Team Leader Funded DFID Implemented by ILRI

2008-2009

Islamic Organisations and Women Empowerment in Indonesia Adelaide University – InterCAFE (IPB) – Goettingen University. German. Country Researcher Team Leader Funded by AusAID

2008

Mapping and BPR Stratification in Indonesia InterCAFE (IPB)-Central Bank of Indonesia (BI)- Team Leader

2008

The Program Monitoring and Support Group Livelihood in Aceh Province Funded by AusAID – Technical specialist (Economist team leader)

2008

Youth Unemployement in Indonesia Team Member. Vice President Office.

2007-2010

Building Microfinance Institutions in Enhancing Teak Productivity in Indonesia Research Collaboration between CIFOR-InterCAFE, funded by ACIAR. Team Leader

2007-2008

The Role of Religion Organisations In Building Social Capital and Local Economy Performance Research Collaboration Between Adelaide University and InterCAFE (IPB). Team Leader

2007

Analysis of Agricultural Commodity Distribution in Indonesia (Rice, Meat, Sugar, Corn, Soybean) Ministry of Trade

2007

Banking Intermediation in Indonesia: Problems and Solutions InterCAFE (IPB) – Central Bank of Indonesia (BI). SME Analyst

2007

Efficiency of Rural Banks (BPR) in Indonesia InterCAFE (IPB)– Central Bank of Indonesia (BI). Team Leader

2007

Early Warning System for Property Industry in Indonesia InterCAFE (IPB) – Central Bank of Indonesia (BI). Member

2007

Analysis of Shrimp Industry in Indonesia ACIAR – Economics Departement. IPB. Market and Statistical Analyst

2007

Options for Uncollateralized Loan Scheme in Rural Banks (BPR) InterCAFE (IPB)– Central Bank of Indonesia (BI) – GTZ. Team Leader

2006

Study on Regional Economy Lippo Bank – InterCAFE (IPB). Economist

2006

Monitoring and Evaluation of Agriculture Small Scale Enterprises Netherland Embassy-IPB. Team Leader

2006

Pricing on Urea Fertilizer PUSRI-IPB. Market Analyst

 

Training

 1. Instructor:  Introduction of Computable General Equilibrium for staff at the Department of Industry. Indonesia 2006
 2. Instructor: Computable General Equilibrium. Departemen Perindustrian. 2006.
 3. Instructor: Problem of Non Performing Loan in Small Scale Enterprises. Jakarta. 2007
 4. Instructor: Building Microfinance Institutions in Enhancing Teak Productivity in Indonesia. ACIAR. 2007.
 5. Instructor: Monitoring and Evaluation in Good Project Government: Theory and Its Application. Jakarta. 2008
 6. Instructor: Econometric Methodology. Central Bank of Indonesia. 2008.
 7. Instructor: Increasing Indonesia Global Competitiveness. Minister of Trade. Indonesia. 2008
 8. Impact Pathway workshop. Icrisat- Hyderabad. India 15-28 April 2009. Funded By ACIAR. (Selected Participant from 10 countries)
 9. Land Management and Rural Development. Taiwan. August 2009. Funded by World Bank
 10. Poverty and Analysis and Economic Development Policy. Indonesia. March 2010. Funded by World Bank

 

Working Papers And Scientific Publications

 1. Nuryartono, N.  1993.  Agricultural Development and Agribusiness System; Critics from the A.T Mosher Thought. Paper Presented at The Centre for Development Studies. Bogor Agricultural University.
 2. Siregar, H., Hartoyo,S., Nuryartono,N., Firdaus.M. 1995.  The Indonesia Corn Economics Analysis; The Anticipation on Trade Liberalization.  Working Paper at the Department of Socio-Economic Sciences. Faculty of Agriculture. (unpublished).
 3. Nuryartono, N.  1998.  Analysis of Supply-Demand on the Indonesia Staple Food. Working Paper at the Department of Socio-Economic Sciences. Faculty of Agriculture. (unpublished).
 4. Nuryartono, N (1998). Keragaan Sistem irigasi and Analysis Faktor-faktor yang Mempengaruhi Kesediaan Petani Membayar IPAIR (Performance of Irrigation Systems and the Analysis of factors influences Farmers willingness to pay IPAIR).  Mimbar Sosek. Journal of Agriculture Socio-Economics. Vol 11 No 2: 1-13
 5. Nuryartono, N. 1999. Economic Performance of the Indonesia Irrigation System; the case study of the Jatiluhur Basin. Journal of Social-Economics. Department of Socio-Economic Sciences. Faculty of Agriculture
 6. Kartodiharjo, H., Murtilaksono, K., Sudadi, U., Nuryartono, N., Pasaribu, H. 2000.  Analysis of the Indonesia Watershed Management: Institutional Approach.  Sodaliti Cooperation Publishing.  Bogor.
 7. Nuryartono, N. 2000.  The Indonesia Pepper Competitiveness at the International Market. Working Paper at the Department of Socio-Economic Sciences. Faculty of Agriculture. (unpublished)

 

 8. Nuryartono, N. 2000. Analysis of Areas and Productivity Responses of the Indonesia Staple Food; Production Function Approach. Working Paper at the Department of Socio-Economic Sciences. Faculty of Agriculture (unpublished)
 9. Van Rheenen, T., Elbel C., Schwarze, S.,  Nuryartono, N., & M. Zeller. 2002.  Development Objectives and Their Trade-offs at the farm Households Level in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. Selected paper presented at the International Symposium “Sustaining Food Security and managing Natural Resources in Southeast Asia: Challenges for the 21st Century”, January 8-11, 2002, Chiang Mai Thailand. (http://www.unihohenheim.de/symposium2002/frame paper.htm)
 10 Nuryartono, N 2002. Industry, Trade and Technology. Presentation at one day Workshop Organized by IASI  (Indonesia Specialist and Academic Association in Germany), Saturday 31 August 2001 at General Consulate of Republic Indonesia. Hamburg Germany.
 11. Nuryartono,N .2002. Marine and Agriculture as Core Competence of Indonesian Industry: Their Prospect and Utilization Strategies.  Presentation at Indonesia Conference. Organized by IASI (Indonesia Specialist and Academic Association in Germany). Held at University of Hamburg. Hamburg 21 – 22 September 2002.
 12. Nuryartono, N., Van Rheenen, T., Schwarze, S . and M. Zeller (2002). The Role of Informal and Formal Credit Institution in Rural Areas.  Paper submitted at: International Seminar Indonesia Scientific Student Meeting in Berlin 5-8 October 2002. Germany.
 13. Nuryartono, N., Van Rheenen, T., Schwarze, S . and M. Zeller (2002). The Role of Informal and Formal Credit Institution in Rural Areas.  Paper submitted at: International Seminar Indonesia Scientific Student Meeting in Berlin 5-8 October 2002. Germany.
 14. Faust, Heiko. Marten M., Weber R., Nuryartono N.,  Van Rheenen T., Birner R (2002). Migration and Land Use in The Lore Lindu National Park Area Central Sulawesi “ Effect for Stabilisation or Destabilisation”.  Working paper Number 11 STORMA project and planned to be submitted on Journal of Economic and Development Change .
 15. Van Rheenen, T., Elbel C., Schwarze, S.,  Nuryartono, N., & M. Zeller (2002). Improved Technologies in Crop production: Do they reduce or accelerate encroachment in protected natural parks? Paper presented at: International Symposium on Land Use, Nature Conservation, and Stability of Rainforest Margins in Southeast Asia. September 29 – October 3, 2002 in Bogor, Indonesia.
 16. Nuryartono, N., Schwarze S., M Zeller (2003). Farmers Access to Credit and Its Impact on Agricultural Technology Adoption.  Invited paper for Mini Symposia held at the Tri-Annual Conference of the  International Conference of Agriculture Economists 16 – 22 Augustus 2003. Durban South Africa
 17. Rosyadi, S and Nuryartono, N. 2003. Does Tumpangsari Program Benefit the Poor?: A Case Study in Rural Banyumas, Central Java, Indonesia. Selected Paper to be Presented at the International Conference on Rural Livelihoods, Forets and Biodiversity 19-23 May in Bonn Germany.
 18. Rosyadi, S and Nuryartono, N. 2003. Making Devolution Work. Lesson from Banyumas Forest Communities Gain Their Political Interest. Selected Paper presented in IRSA conference. Bandung, Indonesia.

 

 19. Nuryartono, N (2004). Determinants of households access to land in the tropical   forest margin. Paper presented at monthly scientists meeting of Storma. 5 January 2004, Palu Central Sulawesi. Indonesia
 20. Nuryartono, N, Birner, R and M Zeller (2004). Poverty alleviation through participation in protected area management? Evidence from the Lore Lindu National Park, Central Sulawesi. Indonesia. Selected paper presented in tenth biennial of International Association Studies on Common Property, 9-13 August 2004, Oaxaca. Mexico
 21. Nuryartono, N., Schwarze S., M Zeller (2004). Smallholders’ Access to Credit and Its Impact on Agricultural Technology Adoption: Evidence and lesson from agricultural practices in the vicinity of Lore Lindu National Park, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. Paper presented in Deutscher Tropentag 5-7 October  2004. Berlin, Germany.
 22. Anggraenie, T., Nuryartono N., Schwarze S., Zeller M (2004).  Structure-Conduct-Performance Analysis of Cocoa Market in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. Paper presented in Deutscher Tropentag 5-7 October  2004. Berlin, Germany
 23. Rosyadi, S and N Nuryartono (2004). Making Devolution Work: Lesson from How The Banyumas Forests Communities gain Their Political Interest in Regional Development in The Era of Decentralization Growth, Poverty and the Environment. ISBN: 979-96647-7-2
 24. Nuryartono, N.,  M. Zeller., S.Schwarze (2005). Access to Credit, Land Use, and Environmental Degradation: Empirical Evidence from the Rural Areas in the Vicinity of Lore Lindu National Park. Selected paper presented at the International Symposium of Linking Ecological, Economics and Social Constraints of Land Use and Conservations. 19-23 September 2005. Goettingen. Book Abstract ISBN 3-938616-20-2
 25. Schwarze, S., N. Nuryartono., A.Wardhono., M.Zeller., Bunasor., A.Chairil (2005). Deforestation a Household Perspective. Selected paper presented at the International Symposium of Linking Ecological, Economics and Social Constraints of Land Use and Conservations. 19-23 September 2005. Goettingen.
 26. Nuryartono, N., M. Zeller., S.Schwarze (2005). Credit Rationing of Farm Households and Agricultural Production: Empirical Evidence in the Rural Areas of Central Sulawesi Province, Indonesia. Selected paper presented in Tropentag 2005. The Global Food and Product Chain Dynamics, Innovations, Conflicts, Strategies. October 11-13 2005 Stuttgart.
 27. Alene, A.D., Zeller, M., Schwarze, S., and Nuryartono, N. (2005). The extent and determinants of production efficiency of farmers in the rainforest margins in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia: Implications for land use and support services. Article  published in Quarterly Journal of International Agriculture, Vol 44 No 4
 28. Nuryartono, N 2005. Impact of Smallholders’ Access to Land and Credit Markets on Technology Adoption and Land Use Decisions: The Case of Tropical Forest Margins in Central Sulawesi.  Cuvillier Verlag-Goettingen. ISBN 3-86537-644-4
 29. Nuryartono, N and T. Anggraenie. (2005). Potensi Pertanian Indonesia: Prospek dan Pemberdayaannya (The Potencies of Indonesian Agricultural: Prospect and Its Empowerment) dalam Menjinakkan Liberalisme Revitalisasi Sektor Pertanian dan Kehutanan, Yustika (ed). Pustaka Pelajar. ISBN: 979-3721-96-0

 

 30. Nuryartono, N and M. Zeller (2005). Rural Credit Markets and Borrower Behaviours. STORMA Discussion Paper
 31. Nuryartono, N (2005). Akankah Indonesia Berswasembada Jagung? (Does Indonesia Achieve Maize Self Sufficiency?). Agrimedia Magazine. ISSN 0853-8468
 32. Nuryartono, N., B. Saragih., Harianto (2006). Fertilizer Policy Dilemma: Problems and Solutions. Invited Paper on Policy Discussion organized by Food and Agribusiness Centre-Sinar Harapan News Paper. Jakarta
 33. Nuryartono, N., S. Schwárze., M. Zeller (2006). Dynamic of Land Acquisition: Does Migrant Gain from the Land Tenure Changes?. Selected Paper Presented on 11 IASCP Biennial Conference in Bali. Indonesia
 34. Schwarze,S., N. Nuryartono and M. Zeller.  (2006). Poverty and Rural Development. Selected Paper Presented on IAAE (International Association of Agricultural Economics) August, Brisbane. Australia
 35. Nuryartono, N, B. Sanim and, B.S Kusmuljono. (2006). Poverty outreach of BRI’S Clients. Invited Paper presented on Mini Symposia IAAE (International Association of Agricultural Economics) August, Brisbane. Australia.
 36. Nuryartono, N. A.H. Darmawan, A. Rifin and Anto. (2006). Role of New Institutional Economics in Enhancing Productivity of Indonesia’s Horticulture Productivity. Selected Paper presented on South East Asia German-Alumni (SEAG) Chapter Indonesia Workshop November. Bogor.
 37. Nuryartono, N. (2006). Development of Microfinance Institution: An Alternative Solution for Poverty Reduction. Invited Paper at One Day Seminar 26 November 2006. Organized by Department of Economics. Faculty of Economics and Management. IPB.
 38. Nuryartono. N (2006). Marketing and Its Institutional Aspects for Agricultural Products. Invited Paper at One Day Seminar “Agricultural Modernisation for Aceh after Tsunami 28 December 2006. Bogor.
 39. Daryanto, A and N. Nuryartono. N (2007). Rural Community Resilience in the Development Economics Perspective. Invited Paper “ Menuju Desa Mandiri 2030”. PKSPL-PSP3-P4W-MB.IPB
 40. Nuryartono. N (2007). Rural Credit in Indonesia an Overview. Invited Speaker on: Indonesia Agricultural Economist Association  Conference. August. Solo
 41. Nuryartono. N (2007). Democracy and Economic Development in Indonesia. Paper presented in Economic Forum. November. Bogor
 42. Nuryartono, N., P. Sukontamarn, D.S Priyarsono, (2007).Religious Organisations and Social Capital in Indonesia. Paper  presented at Policy Research Forum. Australia Indonesia Governance Research Partnership. Jakarta 3 Desember. 2007.
 43. Nuryartono, N (2007). Indonesia Agriculture Sector in the Cross Road. Institutional Reform. Book Chapter in Awakening of Indonesian Economy after 10 years Crisis. Pp 133-160. ISBN: 978-979-98146-4-7
 44. Nuryartono. N (2007). Rural Community Resilience in the Development Economics Perspective. Agrimedia. Vol 12 No 1 pp 33-42. ISSN: 0853-8468

 

 45. Nuryartono, N (2008). Do Access to credit improve Smallholders Welfare? In Mungkinkah Petani Sejahtera? Brighten Press. ISBN 978-979-1260-053
 46. Nuryartono, N (2008). Credit Rationing of Farm Household and Agricultural Production in Indonesia. Journal of Management and  Agribusiness. ISSN 1693-5853
 47. Nuryartono, N (2008). Microfinance in Indonesia and Its Efficiency. Working Paper. International Center for Applied Finance and Economics (InterCAFE). Bogor Agricultural University.
 48. Zednita., Harianto., Nuryartono, N (2008). The Role of Rural Banks to Increase Performance of Small Scale Industries in West Sumatra. Forum Pascasarjana. ISSN 0125-1886 pp173-188
 49. Nuryartono, N., Z. Effendi., Wawan (2009). Impact of Social Capital on Repayment Rate (Case of BMT Baitul Ummah. Bogor). Book Chapter in Economic, Financial and Management Indonesia Syariah Banking. Pp 153 – 173. ISBN 978-979-8481-04-8
 50. Nuryartono. N. (2009). Financial Access for The Poor and Micro Small Enterprises: Theoretical and Empirical Overview on Non-collateral Loan Scheme. Book Chapter in Sustainable Economic Development in Facing Global Economic Crisis. Pp 227 – 246. ISBN: 978-979-493-187-5
 51. Nuryartono, N. (2009). Toward Indonesia Food Sovereignty. Book Chapter in Constitutional Economic. Pp 133 – 160. ISBN 978-979-98146-4-7.
 52. Nuryartono, N and I. Sugema (2009). Sound Financial System in Indonesia. Book Chapter in Constitutional Economic. Pp 297 – 321. ISBN 978-979-98146-4-7.
 53. Nuryartono, N and H. Saparini (2009). Social-Economic Inequality and Poverty. Book Chapter in Constitutional Economics. Pp 269 – 296. ISBN 978-979-98146-4-7.
 54. Priebe, J., Rudolf,R., Weisbrod, J., Klasen, S., Sugema,I., Nuryartono, N. (2010) Rural Income Dynamics in Post-Crisis Indonesia: Evidence from Central Sulawesi in Tropical Rainforests and Agroforests Under Global Change Ecological and Socio-Economic Valuations (Eds) Tscharntke, T., Leuschner, C., Veldkamp,E., Faust,H., Guhardja.,. Springer Verlag. ISBN 978-3642-00492-6
 55. Nuryartono,N., Asare-Marfo,D., Birol,E., Devesh,R. (2010). The role of Poultry in Livelihood and the Factors thet Affect Livelihoods Impact of HPAI in Indonesia. HPAI Research Brief No 22.
 56. Nuryartono, N. (2010). Microfinance in Indonesia:Theory, Concept and Empirical Study. Book Draft In press (forthcoming)
 57. Nuryartono, N (2010). Sustainability of MFI in Indonesia: Theory and Empirical Study. (In Indonesia) Book Draft In press (forthcoming)
 58. Pranowo, K., Achsani, N.A., Manurung, A., and Nuryartono, N. (2010). Determinant of Corporate Financial Distress in an Emerging Market Economy: Empirical Evidence from the Indonesian Stock Exchange 2004-2008. International Research Journal of Finance and Economics. Vol 52. Pp 81-90.
 59. Pranowo, K., Achsani, N.A., Manurung, A., and Nuryartono, N. (2010). The Dynamics of Corporate Financial Distress in Emerging Market Economy: Empirical Evidence from the Indonesian Stock Exchange 2004-2008. European Journal of Social Sciences  Vol 16, Number 1. Pp 138-149.

 

 60. Nuryartono, N., and Sukontamarn, P (2010). Islamic Women’s Organization in Indonesia: Characteristics, Activities and Government Funding. Paper was presented to the 18th Biennial Conference of the Asian Studies Association of Australia in Adelaide, 5-8 July 2010. Appears in Conference Proceeding.
 61. Nuryartono, N. 2010. Impact of Microfinance Development in Indonesia (In Indonesia). Book. Draft.
 62. Nuryartono,N., Suparno., Mar’atis. A., S. Klasen. (2010). Pro Poor Growth Policy: Experience from Indonesia. Working Paper. InterCAFE
 63.  Nuryartono, N., T.Anggraenie., A.Kholis., T. Irawan and S. Klasen. (2010). Efficienty of Rural People Bank in Indonesia: Enhancement of Labor Productivity. Paper planned to be submitted.
 64. Anggraeni, L., N. Nuryartono., T. Anggraenie., I.Sugema., S.Klasen. 2010. The Dynamic of Regional Poverty and Inequality in Indonesia. Working Paper. InterCAFE
 65. Nuryartono,N., T. Anggraenie.,  and R.S. Firdaus Salsabila. (2012). Sustainability of Bank Perkreditan Rakyat in Indonesia: Stocahastic Frontier Analysis with Time Varying Decay.  Journal of International Research of Finance and Economics. ISSN 1450-2887 Issue 85/
 66. Roshetko,J.M., D.Rohadi., A.Perdana., G. Manurung., N. Nuryartono., 2013. Teak Agroforestry System for Livelihood Enhancement, Industrial Timber Production and Environment Rehabilitation. Forest, Trees and Livelihood, vol 22 no 4 pp 241-256.

 

Language

      1. Indonesia
      2. Java Mother Language
      3. English Fluent
      4. German Good

 

Computer Skill

  1. MS Office
  2. STATA
  3. LIMDEP
  4. E-views
  5. SPSS

 

Supervisor

Since 1997 actively supervise students from different degrees (undergraduate; postgraduate) with focus on: economics development, poverty and inequality, microfinance and industrial economics.

Reference

1. Prof. Stephan Klasen, Ph.D

Chair of Development Economics and Director of Courant Research Center.

Georg August University of Goettingen Germany.

Email: sklasen@gwdg.de or sklasen@uni-goettingen.de

 

Phone: +49-551-39-7303

2. Prof. Dr. Christopher Findlay

Executive Dean

Faculty of Profession. University of Adelaide. Australia

Email: christopher.findlay@adelaide.edu.au

Phone:  + 61 8 8313 3986