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Economics and Finance in Indonesia (EFI) publishes quality research papers on the Indonesian economy. The journal welcomes original ideas in the form of either theoretical or empirical papers or in between of the two. The journal covers wide areas, including but not limited to international economics, agricultural economics. industrial organization, capital market, demography, development economics, economy in crisis, economy of rural areas, education and human resource economics, energy economics, environmental and natural resources economics, financial sector, health economics, history of economic thoughts, institutional aspect of economy, investment, labor economics, maritime economics, monetary economics, political economy, poverty economics, public sector economics, regional economics, and urban economics.
EFI is accredited by the Ministry of Research, Technology, and Higher Education (Kementerian Riset, Teknologi, dan Perguruan Tinggi) with SK No. 21/E/KPT/2018 dated July 9, 2018. In the ministry’s Science and Technology Index, EFI is listed as a SINTA-2 Journal. EFI is also indexed/listed by IDEAS/RePEc, Directory of Open Access Journal (DOAJ), Google Scholar, WorldCat, and Australian Business Deans Council (ABDC).
All articles are written in English and selected through double-blind peer review process. EFI publishes biannually (twice a year) in June and December with financial support from the Institute for Economic and Social Research, Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Indonesia (LPEM FEBUI). Neither the Institute nor the University takes responsibility for the views expressed by the authors. EFI authors benefit from extensive editing, and English proofreading service. This journal charges no fee to authors for publication of articles and articles published in EFI will be open access. These policies would increase the journal’s readerships. EFI was originally launched in 1948 as “Maandblad voor Financien“ before being renamed into “Economics and Finance in Indonesia – Ekonomi dan Keuangan Indonesia (EKI)”.This transformation signifies a reorientation of the journal's focus to better communicate the research findings of Indonesia economists to a wider international economic readership. Today, EFI is aspiring to be a forum for a fruitful academic exchange between Indonesian economists and their overseas colleagues.
The Impact of Foreign Investment on Firm Performance: Indonesia After the 2007 FDI Reform
Nauval Hafiluddin, Arianto Arif Patunru, , and
Does It Pay to be Good? The Performance of Indonesian Green Companies from 2009 - 2018
Ega Annisa Rizti, Berli Martawardaya, , and
Why the Rate of Return of Religious School (Madrasah) is Too Low: The Case in Indonesia
Elfindri Elfindri, Edi Ariyanto, Sri Maryati, and Delfia Tanjung Sari
Measuring the Productivity of the Foods and Beverages Industries in Indonesia: What Factors Matter?
Mohamad Zeqi Yasin, I Dewa Gede Karma Wisana, , and
The Impact of Mother's Bargaining Power on the Nutritional Status of Children in Indonesia
Ahmad Yeyen Fidyani, Arief Anshori Yusuf, , and
Mobility Pattern Changes in Indonesia in Response to COVID-19
Setia Pramana, Bintang Dwitya Cahyono, Rio Novandra, and
Women's Financial Literacy: Perceived Financial Knowledge and Its Impact on Money Management
Vincent Gunawan, Vera Intanie Dewi, Triyana Iskandarsyah, and Irsanti Hasyim
Factors to Improve Fishery Household Welfare: Empirical Analysis of Indonesia
Bayu Rhamadani Wicaksono, Yuniarti Yuniarti, Dede Yoga Paramartha, and
Fiscal Sustainability in Indonesia with Asymmetry
Mohamad Ikhsan, I Gede Sthitaprajna Virananda, and
Indonesian Provinces SDGs Composite Index: Lampung Province Analysis
Reny Andriati, Mohamad Fahmi, , and
Credit Limit of Unsecured Consumer Lending: Evidence from Micro Data
Suwinto Johan, Calista Endrina Dewi, , and
Islamic Financial Literacy Index of Students: Bridging SDGs of Islamic Finance
Arief Dwi Saputra, Alfina Rahmatia, and