PRESENTERS’ INSTRUCTIONS

PARALLEL SESSIONS

ZOOM LINK ADDRESS

Please check the Conference Agenda to know the link to enter the designated Zoom meeting room where you should present your paper.

PRE-PRESENTATION REQUIREMENT

You are required to test the Zoom connection before the Conference. All presenters should try to connect to the designated Zoom meeting room two days before the Conference, i.e. on 10 July 2021, any time between 10am to 5pm. There will be a parallel room assistant helping you to test your sound and visual connection. You are allowed to try your presentation materials as well.

PRESENTATION TECHNOLOGY

Please use either a PowerPoint (.ppt or .pptx) or a Portable Document Format (.pdf) file for presentations. Presenters are requested to join the designated Zoom meeting room 10 minutes before their sessions. Please let the chair know that you have attended the meeting room. There will also be a parallel room assistant that will help you during your sessions.

DURATION

Each parallel session will consist of 4 presentation papers that totals to a 120-minute session or 3 presentation papers that totals to a 90-minute session. For each paper, a maximum of 30 minutes is allocated (15-20 minutes for presentation and 10 minutes for questions and answer from the floor). All presentations should be in English.

CHAIRS

Chairs are expected to join the designated Zoom meeting 10 minutes prior to the start of the session. Please make sure that all presenters for the session have join the meeting room. Chair’s role is to quickly introduce presenters in the session, to guide the discussion and to make sure the time is divided equally across papers presented and discussed in the session. In the case that the scheduled chair does not attend, the general rule is that the author of the last paper presented in the session is expected to take the role of chair.

POSTER SESSION

Poster presenters are expected to submit approximately four-minute (5 minutes max) videos presenting their posters and research in MP4 or MOV format file by 21 June 2021. These videos will be displayed in the conference Zoom channels during the conference’s lunch breaks.

Mia Amalia is a planner at the Indonesia National Development Planning Agency (BAPPENAS). She works in the field of spatial planning, land management and environmental policy. She actively involves in developing long, medium and short-term national development plans since 2000. Mia has a Bachelor degree in environmental engineering from Bandung Institute of Technology, Master degree in environmental science from Universitas Indonesia and PhD degrees in environmental management and development from the Australia National University.
Dr. Mia Amalia
Mia Amalia is a planner at the Indonesia National Development Planning Agency (BAPPENAS). She works in the field of spatial planning, land management and environmental policy. She actively involves in developing long, medium and short-term national development plans since 2000. Mia has a Bachelor degree in environmental engineering from Bandung Institute of Technology, Master degree in environmental science from Universitas Indonesia and PhD degrees in environmental management and development from the Australia National University.

Dr. Mia Amalia

Martin Daniel Siyaranamual is a lecturer at the Department of Economics, Univeritas Padjadjaran. He is also a researcher at the Centre of Economics and Development Studies (CEDS), Universitas Padjadjaran and the head of the Monitoring and Evaluation Unit at The National Team for the Acceleration of Poverty Reduction (TNP2K). Mr. Martin Siyaranamual’s research interest is in the area of environmental valuation, experimental economics, and social networks. His recent research topic is on the effect of social interactions in the provision of public goods. Martin Siyaranamual earned his Bachelor degree in economics from Universitas Padjadjaran, Master degree in environmental and natural resource economics from University of Toulouse and PhD degreee in environmental and natural resource economics from Ca' Foscari University of Venice.
Dr. Martin Siyaranamual
Martin Daniel Siyaranamual is a lecturer at the Department of Economics, Univeritas Padjadjaran. He is also a researcher at the Centre of Economics and Development Studies (CEDS), Universitas Padjadjaran and the head of the Monitoring and Evaluation Unit at The National Team for the Acceleration of Poverty Reduction (TNP2K). Mr. Martin Siyaranamual’s research interest is in the area of environmental valuation, experimental economics, and social networks. His recent research topic is on the effect of social interactions in the provision of public goods. Martin Siyaranamual earned his Bachelor degree in economics from Universitas Padjadjaran, Master degree in environmental and natural resource economics from University of Toulouse and PhD degreee in environmental and natural resource economics from Ca' Foscari University of Venice.

Dr. Martin Siyaranamual

Alin Halimatussadiah is a lecture at the Department of Economics, Universitas Indonesia. She is also a researcher at the Institute for Economic and Social Research (LPEM), Universitas Indonesia. Alin Halimatussadiah is the secretary general of the Indonesian Regional Science Association. Her research interests are natural resource and environmental economics, agricultural economics and green economy. Alin Halimatussadiah received her Bachelor, Master and PhD degrees in economics from Universitas Indonesia.
Dr. Alin Halimatussadiah
Alin Halimatussadiah is a lecture at the Department of Economics, Universitas Indonesia. She is also a researcher at the Institute for Economic and Social Research (LPEM), Universitas Indonesia. Alin Halimatussadiah is the secretary general of the Indonesian Regional Science Association. Her research interests are natural resource and environmental economics, agricultural economics and green economy. Alin Halimatussadiah received her Bachelor, Master and PhD degrees in economics from Universitas Indonesia.

Dr. Alin Halimatussadiah

Yogi Vidyattama focuses his work in spatial and geographical economic analysis especially in microsimulation modelling, economic growth, income and wealth distribution and inequality. He joined University of Canberra in 2008 and since has been responsible for developing and enhancing NATSEM’s spatial microsimulation model. Yogi also has the responsibility in maintaining NATSEM’s Geographical Information System including conducting spatial analysis, supervising the works using mapping program and publishing the online maps. Yogi Vidyattama is a member of the Executive Council of the Australia New Zealand Regional Science Association International (ANZRSAI). He received his Bachelor degree in Economics from Universitas Indonesia and his Master and PhD degrees from the Australian national University.
Associate Professor Yogi Vidyattama
Yogi Vidyattama focuses his work in spatial and geographical economic analysis especially in microsimulation modelling, economic growth, income and wealth distribution and inequality. He joined University of Canberra in 2008 and since has been responsible for developing and enhancing NATSEM’s spatial microsimulation model. Yogi also has the responsibility in maintaining NATSEM’s Geographical Information System including conducting spatial analysis, supervising the works using mapping program and publishing the online maps. Yogi Vidyattama is a member of the Executive Council of the Australia New Zealand Regional Science Association International (ANZRSAI). He received his Bachelor degree in Economics from Universitas Indonesia and his Master and PhD degrees from the Australian national University.

Associate Professor Yogi Vidyattama

Milda Irhamni is the Associate Director of Research at J-PAL Southeast Asia. She supervises all research projects that are currently being developed and implemented by the J-PAL Southeast Asia. Milda also develops research project and teaches impact evaluation training. Her research interests include economics of the environment in developing countries, early childhood education, and gender dimension in development. Milda earned her PhD from University of Minnesota Twin Cities. Prior to J-PAL, she worked at the ILO as an economist, University of Indonesia as a lecturer, and the World Bank as a research analyst.
Milda Irhamni
Mia Amalia is a planner at the Indonesia National Development Planning Agency (BAPPENAS). She works in the field of spatial planning, land management and environmental policy. She actively involves in developing long, medium and short-term national development plans since 2000. Mia has a Bachelor degree in environmental engineering from Bandung Institute of Technology, Master degree in environmental science from Universitas Indonesia and PhD degrees in environmental management and development from the Australia National University.

Dr. Mia Amalia

Gumilang Sahadewo is a postdoctoral research fellow at J-PAL Southeast Asia and a lecturer at the Department of Economics Universitas Gadjah Mada. As a postdoc at J-PAL Southeast Asia, Gumilang conducts independent research and impact evaluation training. His research interests are economics of education. His current projects investigate the relationship between school resources and labor market earnings, the impact of the Dell Scholarship Program on various college outcomes, the effects of religious messages on choice of Islamic financing, and tobacco employment in Indonesia. Gumilang earned his PhD in economics from the University of Pittsburgh and his SE in economics from Universitas Gadjah Mada.
Gumilang Sahadewo
Mia Amalia is a planner at the Indonesia National Development Planning Agency (BAPPENAS). She works in the field of spatial planning, land management and environmental policy. She actively involves in developing long, medium and short-term national development plans since 2000. Mia has a Bachelor degree in environmental engineering from Bandung Institute of Technology, Master degree in environmental science from Universitas Indonesia and PhD degrees in environmental management and development from the Australia National University.

Dr. Mia Amalia