OECD's first (2008) survey of Indonesia's economy reviews growth performance and key policy challenges including improving the business and investment climate and improving labour market outcomes. This publication includes StatLinks, URLs linking tables and graphs to Excel ® spreadsheets containing the underlying data.
Table of contents:
Executive Summary Chapter 1. Growth Performance and Policy Challenges -Recovery from the 1997-1998 Crisis -What Drives Indonesian Growth? -The Macroeconomic Policy Setting -Policy Challenges for Enhancing Growth Performance -Annex 1.A1. Estimating Indonesia's Potential GDP -Annex 1.A2. Gauging Indonesia's Regional Diversity -Annex 1.A3. Assessing the Restrictiveness of Product Market Regulations Chapter 2. Improving the Business and Investment Climate -Trends in Investment and an Assessment of the Business Climate -Indonesia's FDI Regime: International Comparisons -Dealing with Infrastructure Bottlenecks -Enterprise Access to Credit -Policy Considerations -Annex 2.A1. Infrastructure Investment and Economic Growth -Annex 2.A2. Enterprise Expenditure on Royalties, R&D, and Labour Training: Firm-Level Evidence Chapter 3. Improving Labour Market Outcomes -Labour Market Trends -Employment Protection Legislation -The Impact of Minimum Wage Legislation on Earning and Employment -Trends in Poverty and Income Distribution -Policy Considerations -Annex 3.A1. the Determinants of Employment and Earnings -Annex 3.A2. The Impact of Minimum Wage Legislation on Unemployment List of Acronyms