Unlocking the Economic and Social Value of Indonesia’s State-Owned Enterprises

Acting as a diagnostic to help inform the government's SOE reform agenda, the report emphasizes the need to strengthen governance and refine incentives. Explaining how SOEs have the potential to help solve core challenges around building infrastructure or tackling climate change, it shows how strengthening SOEs through targeted measures can ensure they better support Indonesia’s pandemic recovery and drive stronger economic growth.

  • Executive Summary
  • Introduction
  • Overview of State-Owned Enterprises and their Governance in Indonesia
  • Assessing the Performance of State-Owned Enterprises: Economic and Social Value
  • Current State-Owned Enterprises’ Reform Proposals and Coronavirus Disease Pandemic Context
  • Constraints to State-Owned Enterprise Performance and Additional Proposed Reforms
  • Conclusion
  • Appendixes
 

 
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