The CRPG is an interdisciplinary research centre, with expertise in various fields.
Nutrition and Health. The nutrition and health group focused its research on nutrition policy and science, children and maternal health, as well as the regulatory aspects of healthcare. The group coordinator is Mulia Nurhasan, MSc.
Spatial Governance and Mapping. The spatial governance and mapping group conducted various mapping exercise and trainings throughout Indonesia. The group interest is on spatial regulation and planning as well as mapping exercise. This group is led by Aftaf Muhajir, SSi.
Water group. The group focused its research on water services and resources, from river basin/catchment management to public utilities regulation. In the past, the group have conducted research and published papers and reports on the transparency aspect of water utilities regulation, regulatory review of Jakarta water services, corporatisation of Indonesian water utilities and the human right to water. Currently, the group is preoccupied with Australia Indonesia Infrastructure Research program, sponsored by INDII-AUSAID on the regulatory aspect and sustainability of Community-Based Water Systems. The group coordinator is Mohamad Mova Al’Afghani, PhD.
Local politics and electoral systems. The group focused its research on various connection of local politics, party and electoral system as well as potential conflict-resolution related to local politics. Other research interest is democratization and regional autonomy impact civic regulation, in addition to the dynamics connection of state and civil society/social movement. Currently, the group set up excellent cohesive network with ten major political party in both regional and national parliament. The group coordinator is Mohammad Jibriel Avessina.M.I.P.
Chemicals and Toxic Regulation. The research group undertake regulatory assessment and compliance framework for chemicals and toxic management, focusing on life-cycle management of chemicals (from craddle to grave) and the phasing-out of persistent organic pollutants (POPs). The group is coordinated by Ms. Dyah Paramita.
Procurement, Corruption and Money Laundering. The research group is focused on the regulation of procurement, corruption and money laundering. The group is interested in the transparency, accountability and public participation in procurement. Other research interest is corporate transparency and disclosure, especially with respect to ultimate beneficial ownership. The group coordinator is Mr. Richo Wibowo.
Regulation of sharing economy. This research group assesses the regulatory implications of rapidly emerging peer-to-peer/on-demand/collaborative consumption economy. It looks at the intersection between internet regulation and sectoral regulation. Currently, the group’s primary interest is on the regulation of online transportation platforms and financial technology (fintech). The group attempts to develop self/shared and risk-based regulatory solutions to sharing economy problems. The group coordinator is Mohamad Mova Al’Afghani, PhD.
Please visit our Projects page for a list of ongoing and past projects.