Krisna Gupta

Krisna Gupta
Australian National University | ANU · Arndt-Corden Department of Economics

Master of Science


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A PhD student at Crawford School of Public Policy and helps out at Arndt-Corden Department of Economics, Australian National University. Research mainly on international trade and investment policies in Indonesia and how it impact manufacturing firms, mostly using CGE framework. My recent work is about parameterization using econometrics, in particular gravity equation and PPLM.


Publications (8)
Indonesia has been struggling to return to its pre-Asian Financial Crisis growth level. The government, realising the needs for external finance, is trying to formulate more liberalised investment policies, both on the portfolio investment and direct investment, while also controlling the risk premia that may be associated with financial liberalisa...
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Indonesian government aims for a manufacturing-based growth, according to its development plans. In this work, I provide an analysis of the importance to have an open trade and investment regulatory environment for the success of manufacturing-based growth, especially in the Global Value Chain era. I present a CGE analysis on how a better capital m...
Abstrak Sektor perbankan di Indonesia merupakan salah satu sektor finansial yang paling aman saat ini berkat salah satunya Program Penjaminan Simpanan yang dikelola oleh Lembaga Penjamin Simpanan (LPS). Meski demikian, ada pendapat yang mengatakan bahwa prudensial ini berimbas pada kurangnya inklusivitas perbankan. Rendahnya akses perbankan membuat...
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The report (in Indonesian) is an analysis we made with Bappenas, The Indonesian planning agency, on Indonesian investment and trade climate at the moment. We include critical thoughts on RPJMN related to trade and investment.
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Policy Brief ini dibuat sebagai bagian dari program komisi ekonomi PPID sebagai sebuah sumbangsih pemikiran bagi masyarakat maupun sarana belajar bagi kami sendiri. Kami mencermati program PEN 2020 dan 2021 dan mencoba membedah permasalahan sekaligus kemungkinan solusi untuk meningkatkan efektivitas dana PEN dalam mengangkat Indonesia dari resesi,...


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A compilation of short essays by members of Overseas Indonesian Students’ Association Alliance (OISAA)⁣-Perhimpunan Pelajar Indonesia Dunia (PPI Dunia)⁣⁣. The book focuses on economic issues namely sustainable economic growth, inequality and poverty alleviation.