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Canberra, 21 January 2011.

04 August 2008

Abstracts of Doctoral Theses on the Indonesian Economy


03 Aug 2008

Indonesia Project, Research School of Pacific & Asian Studies, The Australian National University, Canberra, Australia

"As a service to readers BIES [Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies, http://rspas.anu.edu.au/economics/bies/index.php - ed.] has decided regularly to publish abstracts of recently completed doctoral theses on the Indonesian economy. The intention is to bring significant new research in this field, and the authors of such work, to the notice of readers soon after theses have been examined and accepted.

New PhDs are strongly encouraged to submit thesis abstracts of about 500 words for publication in this series. Abstracts must be in English, although the thesis itself may be written in any language.

The subject must be economics in Indonesia, widely interpreted to include fields such as economic history and economic geography; comparative country studies that focus particularly on Indonesia are also acceptable. Theses must have been accepted to be eligible.

Submissions should include the name and contact details of the student's supervisor (not for publication) to allow confirmation of eligibility. They should indicate the year of acceptance of the thesis, the name of the conferring institution and the author's e-mail address, and should be sent to editor.bies--at--anu.edu.au.
Readers, especially former advisers of doctoral candidates, are kindly requested to bring this series to the attention of new PhDs, or to advise the editor if they are aware of recently completed theses that may be suitable for inclusion. Thesis abstracts have been published in the December issue of BIES each year since 2003."

Site contents:
* Volume 43 No. 3, 2007; * Volume 42 No. 3, 2006; * Volume 41 No. 3, 2005; * Volume 40 No. 3, 2004; * Volume 39 No. 3, 2003.

URL http://rspas.anu.edu.au/economics/bies/phdabstracts.php

Internet Archive http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://rspas.anu.edu.au/economics/bies/phdabstracts.php

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