Sam Ratulangi University

About Sam Ratulangi University

Sam Ratulangi University (Universitas Sam Ratulangi, abbreviated as UNSRAT) is a state university in Manado, North Sulawesi, Indonesia. It was established on September 14, 1965.

Website: http://www.unsrat.ac.id

The Faculty of Economics and Business – Sam Ratulangi University (FEB-UnSrat) and IRSA

Faculty of Economics and Business, Sam Ratulangi University will hosted the 6th IRSA International Institute (2017).
Website: http://feb.unsrat.ac.id

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Call for Papers – IRSA 2017

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Call for Papers
Maritime Infrastructure and Regional Development

The Indonesian Regional Science Association (IRSA) in collaboration with Sam Ratulangi University invites scholars, practitioners and graduate students to submit papers to be presented in the 6th IRSA International Institute. The theme of the conference is Maritime Infrastructure and Regional Development, and it will be held in Manado, North Sulawesi on 17-18 July 2017.

 Potential topics to be discussed in this conference include, but are not limited to:
  • Eastern Indonesia Regional Development
  • Infrastructure Development and Financing Infrastructure Development
  • Logistic and Transportation
  • National and Regional Competitiveness
  • Public Private Partnership
  • Village Fund for Infrastructure

 

  • Political Economy and Governance of Regional Development
  • Financial Inclusion
  • Regional/International Trade, Public Finance, Investment and Inflation
  • Rural Development, Agriculture, Urban Issues, Rural-Urban Migration
  • Other Topics Related to Regional Science or Regional Developmen

 

 

 

Extended paper abstract of about 250-500 words should be submitted online via http://manado2017.irsa-indonesia.org/abstract-submission by 14 April 2017. Abstract should consist of background, data and methodology, potential contribution to knowledge, and keywords. Abstracts must be submitted in English, as also the full paper.

Paper sessions are seminar-style for each paper and ample time for discussion and for participants to provide constructive feedback to authors. Paper presentations will be in English.

Important dates for conference:
□ Abstract submission open
□ Abstract submission due
□ Early bird registration open
□ Abstract acceptance notification:
□ Early bird registration due
□ Full Paper submission due
□ Paper presenter registration due
□ Non presenter registration due
□ Conference date
: Dec 30, 2016
: April 14, 2017
: May 1, 2017
: May 19, 2017
: June 2, 2017
: June 23, 2017
: June 25, 2017
: July 5, 2017
: July 17-18, 2017
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Tourism and Sustainable Regional Development

Release Date: July 2016
Editor(s): I Komang Gde Bendesa, Luh Gede Meydianawathi, Hefrizal Handra, Djoni Hartono, D.S. Priyarsono, Budy P. Resosudarmo and Arief A. Yusuf
ISBN:
Publisher: Padjadjaran University Press (UNPAD-Press)
Series: IRSA Book Series on Regional Development No. 14
Price: IDR 100,000 (USD 10)

This book is a collection of papers on the issues surrounding tourism. The first part contains papers discussing the issues of sustainable development in Indonesia. The second part focuses on the development of the tourism sector and its implications on regional development. The last part of the book discusses various aspects of the tourism sector, such as the issue of branding, image and environmental management.

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Call for Papers – IRSA 2016

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Call for Papers
Demographic Change and Regional Development

The Indonesian Regional Science Association (IRSA) in collaboration with Brawijaya University invites scholars, practitioners and graduate students to submit papers to be presented in the 13th IRSA International Conference. The theme of the conference is Demographic Change and Regional Development, and it will be held in Malang, East Java, on 25-26 July, 2016.

 Potential topics to be discussed in this conference include, but are not limited to:
  • Demographic Issues: Demographic Dividend, Ageing, Youth, Migration
  • Health, Education and Human Capital
  • Poverty, Inequality and Inter-regional disparities
  • Rural development, Agriculture, Urban Issues, Rural-Urban Migration
  • Regional labour market, human resources development, job creation, social security
  • Public policy, regional and urban planning and regional development
  • Housing, transportation, communication and other regional infrastructures issues
  • Regional/international trade, public finance, investment and inflation
  • Political economy and governance of regional development
  • Bureaucratic Reforms and Corruption

 

Extended paper abstract of about 250-500 words should be submitted online via https://www.conftool.com/irsa2016. Abstract should consist of background, data and methodology, potential contribution to knowledge, and keywords. Abstract should be in English, as also the full paper.

Paper sessions are seminar-style with a discussant for each paper and ample time for discussion and for participants to provide constructive feedback to authors. Paper presentations will be in English.

Important dates for conference:
□ Abstract submission open
□ Abstract submission due
□ Early bird registration open
□ Abstract acceptance notification:
□ Early bird registration due
□ Full Paper submission due
□ Paper presenter registration due
□ Non presenter registration due
□ Conference date
: Dec. 30, 2015
: April 15, 2016
: May 2, 2016
: May 20, 2016
: June 3, 2016
: Jule 24, 2016
: July 13, 2016
: July 13, 2016
: July 25-26, 2016
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Regional Development in Indonesia : Some Notes for the Jokowi Government

Release Date: July 2015
Editor(s): Hamid Paddu, D.S. Priyarsono, Arief A. Yusuf, Djoni Hartono, Budy P. Resosudarmo
ISBN: 978-602-0810-41-6
Publisher: Padjadjaran University Press (UNPAD-Press)
Series: IRSA Book Series on Regional Development No. 13
Price: IDR 100,000 (USD 10)

This book is an attempt to identify several issues, not all, on regional development in Indonesia that have not commonly covered in previous recent books and public debates in the early 2015. The expectation is that topics selected in this book could attract the attention of the current government, the Jokowi Administration. In the first part of the book we discuss issues related to regional development and decentralization. Part two of the book is on human development and the last part of the book is on the environment.

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