Dr. Rivayani Darmawan

Country of current residence

Germany

Current position

Research associate

Current institute employer

University of Göttingen

Since

2014

Awards

1st winner in the Global Development Awards and Medals competition, Budapest, Hungary 2012 for the paper “Elite Capture in Urban Society” (awarded US,500 by the Global Development Network).

Profession

Economist

Specialisation

Poverty and inequality, elite capture, corruption, gender, impact evaluation and behavioral economics

Degrees / expertise

2006: M.Sc. Economics, Vrije University Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

2003: B.A. Economics, University of Indonesia, Indonesia.

2014

Darmawan, R.  2014.  Three Essays on Indonesian Political Economy: Elite Capture, Corruption, and Female Policy Makers.  Doctoral thesis at  Faculty of Economics, University of Göttingen.  Further Information

2012

Darmawan, R. and S. Klasen.  2012.  Elite Capture in Urban Society: Evidence from Indonesia.  EconPapers, 145   . Further Information

2009

Arianto A. Patunru, Nanda Nurridzki, and Rivayani.  2009.  Port Competition in Indonesia: Cases of Semarang and Surbaya.  In: Douglas Brooks and David Hummels (eds.): Infrastructures Role in Lowering Asia Trade Costs: Building for Trade. Edward Elgar..  

2007

Beard, V.A., Pradhan, M., Rao, V., Cartmill, R., Rivayani and Y. Herawati.  2007.  Decentralization and Elite Capture: The Selection of Leaders and Beneficiaries in Community-Driven Projects in Indonesia.  In: V.A. Beard, F. Miraftab and C. Silver (eds.): Planning and Decentralization: Contested Spaces for Public Action in the Global South, eds. London: Taylor and Francis..  

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Research themes
  • Renewable energy
Research countries
  • Indonesia
Additional information
Degrees

2006: M.Sc. Economics, Vrije University Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

2003: B.A. Economics, University of Indonesia, Indonesia.

Research affiliation

Department of Economics, University of Göttingen, Germany.

Doctoral research funded by

BMZ (DAAD, GTZ)

Rivayani Darmawan

Former Junior Researcher

Former Department :
ZEF B: Department of Economic and Technological Change

Office E-Mail:
rrivaya(at)uni-goettingen.de