Indonesia's economic growth is slowed by poor transport infrastructure. This paper provides some rough estimates, generated using a regional CGE model (IndoTERM), of the possible benefits to Indonesia of reducing transport costs.
Indonesia's growth has long been constrained by sluggish infrastructure development. An often-cited example is Tanjung Priok port, which serves more than two-thirds of the country's international trade.
This study analyzes the effects on poverty incidence and other economic variables resulting from government expenditures associated with natural resource revenues using the Nam Theun II hydroelectric power project.
This paper analyzes the economic impacts of the Second Mekong International Bridge linking Mukdahan Province in Thailand with Savannakhet Province in the Lao People's Democratic Republic using a general equilibrium model.