Ragdad Cani Miranti

Ragdad Cani Miranti
Statistics Indonesia | BPS · Department of Statistics

M.A. in International Development Nagoya University

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Introduction
My research interests concern on the integration of econometrics, spatial data science, and statistics to comprehend the regional economic and social development. Specifically, my current research deals with (1) the quantitative geography of development (2) regional growth and convergence analysis (3) spatial econometrics (4) spatial statistics (5) social and economic development
Additional affiliations
May 2015 - present
Statistics Indonesia
Position
  • Analyst
Education
April 2019 - March 2021
Nagoya University
Field of study
  • Economic Development Policy and Management

Publications

Publications (9)
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Using a novel district-level dataset of the human development index, this paper studies the evolution of regional disparities in Indonesia over the 2010-2018 period. In particular, the paper evaluates the role of spatial dependence on the speed of regional convergence. The main findings are three-fold. First, regional disparities have been decreasi...
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Using a novel district-level dataset of three poverty indicators and related determinants, this paper attempts to examine the convergence process in terms of poverty reduction across 514 districts over the 2010–2018 period. The main findings of this study are fourfold. First, results of both distributional convergence and spatial convergence analys...
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This paper evaluates social and economic convergence across 514 districts in Indonesia over the 2010-2018 period. By applying spatial panel-data methods, this paper re-examines the regional convergence hypothesis using a novel dataset on the human development index (HDI) and GDP per capita. These two indicators are used as proxies for social and ec...
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The slides can be accessed from this link: https://haginta.github.io/IRSA-slides/IRSA_slides.html#1
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Using a novel district-level dataset of the human development index, this paper studies the evolution of regional disparities in Indonesia over the 2010-2018 period. In particular, the paper evaluates the role of spatial dependence on the speed of regional convergence. The main findings are three-fold. First, regional disparities have been decreasi...

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Projects (3)
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1. To explore the dynamics of poverty, income distribution and economic growth across districts in Indonesia, 2010-2018 2. To examine the convergence process in term of regional poverty across districts in Indonesia 3. To examine the determinants of poverty convergence in Indonesia 4. To find out the existance of local convergence clubs among districts and its influencing factors 5. To invetsigate the role of spatial-effects on the convergence and convergence club formation
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1. To examine whether human development convergence is taking place on district level in Indonesia 2. To examine the role of spatial dependence and spatial spill-over effects that influence the human capital growth process of Indonesia districts 3. To examine the major key determinants that boost convergence rate among districts in Indonesia
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Study economic growth and inequality across regions within countries