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Perhimpunan Pelajar Indonesia di Belanda
Indonesische Studenten Vereniging in Nederland
www.icid.ppibelanda.org
info@icid....
Perhimpunan Pelajar Indonesia di Belanda
Indonesische Studenten Vereniging in Nederland
www.icid.ppibelanda.org
info@icid....
Perhimpunan Pelajar Indonesia di Belanda
Indonesische Studenten Vereniging in Nederland
www.icid.ppibelanda.org
info@icid....
Perhimpunan Pelajar Indonesia di Belanda
Indonesische Studenten Vereniging in Nederland
www.icid.ppibelanda.org
info@icid....
Perhimpunan Pelajar Indonesia di Belanda
Indonesische Studenten Vereniging in Nederland
www.icid.ppibelanda.org
info@icid....
Perhimpunan Pelajar Indonesia di Belanda
Indonesische Studenten Vereniging in Nederland
www.icid.ppibelanda.org
info@icid....
Perhimpunan Pelajar Indonesia di Belanda
Indonesische Studenten Vereniging in Nederland
www.icid.ppibelanda.org
info@icid....
Perhimpunan Pelajar Indonesia di Belanda
Indonesische Studenten Vereniging in Nederland
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Rundown and presentation theme final version (9 sept) - ICID

  1. 1. Perhimpunan Pelajar Indonesia di Belanda Indonesische Studenten Vereniging in Nederland www.icid.ppibelanda.org info@icid.ppibelanda.org Secretariat: Indonesian Embassy Den Haag, Tobias Asserlaan 8, Den Haag 2517KC, The Netherlands/ (+31)616461684 Dear ICID 2013 Senior Discussant, Please find the ICID 2013 event rundown and paper presentation theme in the following tables. ICID 2013 will be held in two locations: 1. The Opening Session - Thursday, 12 September 2013 The Embassy of Republic Indonesia Tobias Asserlaan 8 2517 KC, The Hague The Netherlands 2. Day 1 and 2 of the Conference, Friday-Saturday, 13-14 September 2013 International Institute of Social Studies in The Hague Part of Erasmus University Rotterdam Kortenaerkade 12, 2518 AX, The Hague, The Netherlands Please note that this is not the final version. ICID committee could change the rundown and theme allocation without any prior notification. Please find the information update on the website. Best regards, The Hague, September 9th, 2013 Chairman of International Conference on Indonesia Development 2013 Muhammad Rihan Handaulah
  2. 2. Perhimpunan Pelajar Indonesia di Belanda Indonesische Studenten Vereniging in Nederland www.icid.ppibelanda.org info@icid.ppibelanda.org Secretariat: Indonesian Embassy Den Haag, Tobias Asserlaan 8, Den Haag 2517KC, The Netherlands/ (+31)616461684 EVENT RUNDOWN Time Session Venue 12-sep-13 Opening 18.00-18.30 Registration Indonesian Embassy 18.30-19.00 Opening Reception Indonesia National Anthem “Indonesia Raya” Opening speech from Mr. Rihan Handaulah, ICID 2013 Chair Opening speech from Ms. Nungky Indraty, General manager of BNI London Opening speech from Ms. Retno L.P. Marsudi, Indonesian Ambassador for the kingdom of Netherlands 19.00-20.30 Gala Dinner and Networking Book Launching with Dr. Dessy Irawati 13-sep-13 Day 1 ISS Campus 08.30-09.00 Registration Lobby 09.00-09.15 Welcoming Speech from Prof. Leo de Haan, Rector of Institute of Social Studies Auditorium 09.15-09.30 Key-Note Speech: Auditorium H.E. Lilianne Ploumen Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation 09.30-09.45 Tribute to Prof. Husein Jayadiningrat (first Indonesian graduate from Leiden University) 09.45-10.15 Key-Note Speech: Auditorium Dr. Lukita D Tuwo, Vice Minister of National Planning and Development (BAPPENAS) 10.15-10.30 Coffee Break Atrium 1st Floor 10.30-12.30 Plenary 1: Economics policy towards innovation-driven country Auditorium 1. Dr. Faisal Basri, Economist from University of Indonesia 2. Dr. Howard Nicholas, Economist from Institute of Social Studies, Erasmus University 3. Prof. Greg Barton, Professor for the Study of Indonesia, Monash University Moderator: Dr. Paul Benneworth 12.30-14.15 Lunch Break and Friday Pray 14.15-15.45 Paper Presentation Parallel Session 1 Room 3.01, 3.14, 3.25, 3.26, 3.39 15.45-16.00 Coffee Break Atrium 1st Floor 16.00-17.30 Paper Presentation Parallel Session 2 Room 3.01, 3.14, 3.25, 3.26, 3.39 17.30-17.45 Small Break 17.45-18.30 Wrap Up Plenary Session: Auditorium Prof. Ben White, Professor in Sociology Institute of Social Studies, Erasmus University 18.30-20.00 Special Event for Indonesian Student Abroad: Dinner and Discussion with BNI Auditorium
  3. 3. Perhimpunan Pelajar Indonesia di Belanda Indonesische Studenten Vereniging in Nederland www.icid.ppibelanda.org info@icid.ppibelanda.org Secretariat: Indonesian Embassy Den Haag, Tobias Asserlaan 8, Den Haag 2517KC, The Netherlands/ (+31)616461684 Time Session Venue 14-sep-13 Day 2 ISS Campus 08.30-09.00 Registration Lobby 09.00-09.45 Key-Note Speech: Auditorium Ms. Felia Salim, Vice President Director of Bank Negara Indonesia 09.45-11.00 Plenary 2: Innovation System in Economic Development (SDIN) Auditorium 1. Dr. Roel Rutten, Researcher of Social and Behavioral Science, Tilburg University 2. Dr. Paul Benneworth, Senior Research Associate, University of Twente Moderator: Dr. Dessy Irawati 11.00-11.15 Coffee Break Atrium 1st Floor 11.15-12.30 Plenary 3: Innovation-driven economy from social science, management, and technological perspective Auditorium 1. Dr. Warsito P. Taruno, Founder of Edward Technology Company 2. Jan Fransen, M.A.,, Deputy Director of The Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies Moderator: Andri D. Setiawan, M.Sc. 12.30-14.00 Lunch Break dan Prayer Break Atrium 1st Floor 14.00-15.30 Paper Presentation Parallel Session 3 Room 3.01, 3.14, 3.25, 3.26, 3.39Essay Finalists' Presentation Special Dialogue on Indonesia-Netherland Young Scholars Auditorium 15.30-16.00 Coffee Break dan break shalat Atrium 1st Floor 16.00-17.30 Paper Presentation Parallel Session 4 Room 3.01, 3.14, 3.25, 3.26, 3.39Essay Finalists' Presentation 17.30-17.45 Small Break 17.45-18.30 Wrap Up Discussion: Publication Plan post ICID 2013 Auditorium Dr. Roel Rutten and Dr. Dessy Irawati 18.30-20.00 ICID Award Ceremony and concluding remark Auditorium Speaker: Mr. Ridwansyah Yusuf Achmad, General Secretary of PPI Belanda
  4. 4. Perhimpunan Pelajar Indonesia di Belanda Indonesische Studenten Vereniging in Nederland www.icid.ppibelanda.org info@icid.ppibelanda.org Secretariat: Indonesian Embassy Den Haag, Tobias Asserlaan 8, Den Haag 2517KC, The Netherlands/ (+31)616461684 PRESENTATION SCHEDULE Friday, 13 September 2013 - parallel Session I (14.15-15.45) Detail Room I Room II Room III Room IV Room V Theme Problems, challenge, and opportunity to improve the quality of economic growth Problems, challenge, and opportunity to improve the quality of economic growth Problems, challenge, and opportunity to improve the quality of economic growth Political and policy making challenge to raise the competitiveness Triple helix model-based policy Moderator Dr. Dessy Irawaty Dr. Roel Rutten Dr. Paul Benneworth Dr. Stephan Onggo Dr. Johny Setiawan Paper I 139 176 171 175 133 Title Explaining the Determinants of FDI in Indonesia: an Extended Dunning and Gravity Approach The role of marine tourism and fisheries for supporting economic growth in Indonesia Developing Indonesia’s Economic by Developing its Young People; a case study of International Award for Young People (IAYP) Indonesia Corruption and Management of Civil Service in Local Government The Contribution of Triple Helix in Advancing Technology for SMEs in Development Countries Paper II 116 141 145 158 150 Title Financial Depth and Economic Growth in Indonesia: A Multivariate Dynamic Causal Linkage Economic Resilience: Building Strategy for Post-Disaster Development in Indonesia Regional Growth and Percapita Income Convergence in East Java: the Role of Spatial Dependence Towards the ICT development in Indonesia: How to ensure that the poorer can enjoy the cakes? NIE Approach To Innovation- Helix: Capturing Indonesian SMEs Dynamics Paper III 212 173 123 204 168 Title The Role of Microcredit to Enhance Personal and Economic Women Empowerment: Case Study of Self-Employed Women in Beringharjo Traditional Market, Yogyakarta The Effect of Region Original Revenue, General Allocation Fund, and Expenditure On Economic Growth, Poverty and Unemployment : Evidence in Indonesia The Emergence and Development of Political Marketing and The Future of Indonesian Democracy : Assessing the Challenges, Paradoxes and Opportunities An Analysis of the Impact of Free Trade Agreement to Indonesia’s Competitiveness Competitive Intelligence and Triple Helix as Strategic to Aid Developing Countries in their Economic Growth
  5. 5. Perhimpunan Pelajar Indonesia di Belanda Indonesische Studenten Vereniging in Nederland www.icid.ppibelanda.org info@icid.ppibelanda.org Secretariat: Indonesian Embassy Den Haag, Tobias Asserlaan 8, Den Haag 2517KC, The Netherlands/ (+31)616461684 Friday, 13 September 2013 - parallel Session I (14.15-15.45) Detail Room I Room II Room III Room IV Room V Paper IV 213 119 215 194 Title The Role of Islamic Banking System As The Milestone Towards Indonesia Micro Economy Development Developments of Regional Financial Structure in Indonesia 1985-2011 (Case Study of Papua Province) Gearing knowledge potential towards implementation Diffusing lessons learned in combatting HIV/AIDS: Setting a precept for social and public innovation Encourage Regional Economic Improvement by Constructing Rural Communities Economy (Case Study in Independent Village in Manifestation of Rural Civilization Program on Nagrog village West Java) Paper V 214 216 Title Effective Way to Handle Jakarta Flood, A Green Solution Sea Farming and Its Contribution to Poverty Alleviation: An Empirical Study from Panggang Island, Indonesia
  6. 6. Perhimpunan Pelajar Indonesia di Belanda Indonesische Studenten Vereniging in Nederland www.icid.ppibelanda.org info@icid.ppibelanda.org Secretariat: Indonesian Embassy Den Haag, Tobias Asserlaan 8, Den Haag 2517KC, The Netherlands/ (+31)616461684 Friday, 13 September 2013 - parallel Session II (16.00-17.30) Detail Room I Room II Room IV Room V Theme Impact of industrial, fiscal, and monetary policy to innovation activities Impact of industrial, fiscal, and monetary policy to innovation activities Technopreneurship & Creative economy Entrepreneurship Moderator Dr. Dessy Irawaty Dr. Roel Rutten Dr. Stephan Onggo Dr. Johny Setiawan Paper I 142 180 160 161 Title Utilizing Innovation to Leapfrog Towards a Green Economy Impact of Knowledge-Intensive Industries on Indonesian Economic Growth Technopreneurship as Means Work, Creativity and Innovation of Youth to Support the Improvement of National Economy (Study to Develop Susu Listrik Technopreneurship) Measuring Technology Readiness level among Entrepreneurs of SMEs in Indonesia Paper II 136 144 159 193 Title Adapting to Zeroes: Investigating the Need for a Transition Period in the Proposed Rupiah Redenomination Plan Build Humanity Sense in every Economic Policy Towards Technopreneurship and Entrepreneurial University: Learning from Malaysia and Singapore Universities Entrepreneurial Empowerment of Agricultural and Industrial Sector in Rural Areas in Semarang Regency Paper III 187 164 129 181 Title Shipping System : Inovation of Agricultural Commodity Marketing for Facing Modern Economy Based on Online System (Website) Reconstruction of the Political State Levies to Promote National Competitiveness Car Free Zone for Creative Industry: A City Branding Process Venture Capital Mechanism Reforms to Empower Entrepreneurships and SME Paper IV 146 153 165 Title Determinants of Firm Innovation in Indonesia: The Role of Institutions and Access to Finance Economic and Non Economics Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment in East Asia, from 2005 to 2011 and Implications for Investment Policy in Indonesia Accountability for Public Entrepreneurship - Why accountability is important and how can Public Entrepreneurs be held accountable?
  7. 7. Perhimpunan Pelajar Indonesia di Belanda Indonesische Studenten Vereniging in Nederland www.icid.ppibelanda.org info@icid.ppibelanda.org Secretariat: Indonesian Embassy Den Haag, Tobias Asserlaan 8, Den Haag 2517KC, The Netherlands/ (+31)616461684 Saturday, 14 September 2013 - parallel Session IIII (14.00-15.30) Detail Room I Room II Room III Room IV Theme Social aspect of innovation-driven economy ASEAN Political and policy making challenge to raise the competitiveness & other topics BNI Essay Competition Presentation Moderator Dr. Dessy Irawaty Dr. Roel Rutten Dr. Johny Setiawan BNI London Branch Representative and Jury Paper I 151 117 209 Title The Human Capital Spillover Effect The Challenges of ASEAN Economic Integration toward the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) Indonesia's E-Government: Policy and Performance Paper II 128 196 166 Title Absorptive capacity, local innovation systems and global value chains in home accessories in Yogyakarta, Indonesia Indonesia Readiness to Face Asean Economic Comunity (AEC) in 2015 The Role of Ethnic Identity as Social Capital Within The Economic Development in Indonesia Paper III 189 174 Title Public Sector Innovation through e-Services: The Case of Tax Administration Toward ASEAN Economic Community 2015: Prospects, Challenges, and Opportunities for Small Medium Enterprises (SME) in Indonesia Paper IV 205 172 Title The Endurance of Local Culture in The Middle of Globalization; The Practices of Nutmeg Crops “Sasi” as the People’s Economic Innovative Strategy in Moluccas Open Sky Policy in ASEAN Countries and The Effect to Economic Growth in Indonesia : (Case Study Economic Growth in Bandung, West Java, Indonesia)
  8. 8. Perhimpunan Pelajar Indonesia di Belanda Indonesische Studenten Vereniging in Nederland www.icid.ppibelanda.org info@icid.ppibelanda.org Secretariat: Indonesian Embassy Den Haag, Tobias Asserlaan 8, Den Haag 2517KC, The Netherlands/ (+31)616461684 Saturday, 14 September 2013 - parallel Session IV (16.00-17.30) Detail Room I Room II Room III Room IV Theme Benchmark of management practices from developed and emerging markets/regions countries that fit for the Indonesian context +ASEAN Cluster, Industrial Policy, and Industrial case studies & Urban studies in Indonesian context & Green Economy, Islamic studies, and sustainable Development Problems, challenge, and opportunity to improve the quality of economic growth BNI Essay Competition Presentation Moderator Dr. Dessy Irawati Dr. Roel Rutten Dr. Johny Setiawan BNI London Branch Representative and Jury Paper I 134 162 208 Title Technology Sector Analysis of Knowledge-Based Regional Economic Development in Indonesia Identification Effectiveness Economic Cluster System as Strategies for Local Economic Strengthening and Regional Competitiveness (Case: The Economic Cluster System in Special Region of Yogyakarta Province) The Performance of Indonesia's Manufacturing Industry Paper II 199 198 203 Title The Benefit of Competition Law Submission to the Economic Competitiveness: A Lesson Learn from the EU and German Competition Law Cultural Capital and Industrial Cluster Competitiveness: A Case Study on the Footwear Industrial Cluster at Cibaduyut Enhancing Industrial Value Chain through Information System: Case Study from Cikarang Industrial Estate-Indonesia Paper III 211 170 210 Title Development and Industrialization Process in Indonesia and Its Comparison with China and India Using Growth Regime Approach Rigid Versus Relaxed Planning Regulation and Their Influences on Urban and Regional Economic Activity Value Capturing to Finance Public Facilities and Infrastructures in Indonesia: An Exploratory Study
  9. 9. Perhimpunan Pelajar Indonesia di Belanda Indonesische Studenten Vereniging in Nederland www.icid.ppibelanda.org info@icid.ppibelanda.org Secretariat: Indonesian Embassy Den Haag, Tobias Asserlaan 8, Den Haag 2517KC, The Netherlands/ (+31)616461684 Saturday, 14 September 2013 - parallel Session IIII (14.00-15.30) Detail Room I Room II Room III Room IV Paper IV 192 201 200 Title Comparative Study of Creative Industries in Indonesia and South Korea As Driven the Fundamental of Indonesia’s Economic Growth Designing a Better Public Procurement System in Indonesia in order to Prevent Corruption and to Reach Sustainable Economic Growth Economic Policy Uncertainty and Stock Market Performance: Evidence From Indonesia Stock Exchange

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