Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies

(The TQCC of Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies is 3. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
Indonesia Under the New Normal: Challenges and the Way Ahead66
Improving Competitiveness Through Vocational and Higher Education: Indonesia’s Vision For Human Capital Development In 2019–202429
Jokowi in the Covid-19 Era: Repressive Pluralism, Dynasticism and the Overbearing State28
Direct and Indirect Effects of Covid-19 On Life Expectancy and Poverty in Indonesia20
The Impact of Covid-19 and Social Protection Programs on Poverty in Indonesia15
Digitalisation and the Performance of Micro and Small Enterprises in Yogyakarta, Indonesia12
The Pandemic as Political Opportunity: Jokowi’s Indonesia in the Time of Covid-1911
Managing Recovery and Seizing Reform Opportunities8
The Status of Palm Oil Under the European Union’s Renewable Energy Directive: Sustainability or Protectionism?8
Wagner’s Law and the Dynamics of Government Spending on Indonesia7
Prospects of Energy Transition in Indonesia7
Women’s Roles in the Indonesian Economy during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Understanding the Challenges and Opportunities7
Agriculture, Development and Sustainability in the Covid-19 Era6
Real Exchange Rate Misalignment and Currency Crises6
The Indonesian Economy in Turbulent Times5
Structural Change and Regional Economic Growth in Indonesia5
Vulnerable but Resilient: Indonesia in an Age of Democratic Decline4
Export Promotion Policies and the Performance of Firms: Evidence from Bonded Zones In Indonesia4
Effects of Peer Pressure in Agro-clusters of West Java4
Impact of the Covid-19 Shock on Banking and Corporate Sector Vulnerabilities in Indonesia4
Reliable Electricity Access, Micro and Small Enterprises, and Poverty Reduction in Indonesia3
Indonesia’s New Fiscal Decentralisation Law: A Critical Assessment3
Factors of Budget Delay: Local Government Capacity, Bargaining and Political Interaction in Indonesia3
Reducing Fuel Subsidies and Financing Road Infrastructure in Indonesia: A Financial Computable General Equilibrium Model3
The Impact of COVID-19 Lockdowns on Household Income, Consumption and Expectations: Evidence from High-frequency Data in Indonesia3